First Hundred Years
Daniel Photo Gallery

Daniel Town Photos

Daniel School House

DeSmet Monument
Site of the Green River Valley Rendezvous
Annual Events
February-Daniel Community Center Old fashioned Pie and Ice Cream Social
April - Aniel Daniel Chili Cook-Off at Historic Daniel School House
April- Daniel Library Tea, Green River Bar 
July- Annual Old Timer's Picnic
December -Daniel Community Center Annual Christmas Party

Daniel Celebrates 100 Years Photos

The town of Daniel located in the Green River Valley was settled in 1899 by Thomas Pixley Daniel, although it was not incorporated until Feb. 1, 1900. Just west of Daniel at the confluence of the Green River and Horse Creek is one of the original sites of the fur traders and Indians rendezvous. Beginning in the 1930's the reenactments of the Green River Rendezvous were held at this site. Now the pageants are held annually in Pinedale the second week in July. The old Daniel School house which is registered as a national historic landmark is now the Daniel Community Center. This is an area rich with history and the community club has recently published a book "Daniel, Wyoming - The first Hundred Years" to commemorate their centennial. The Community Center also sponsors such events as the Aniel Daniel Chili Cook-Off in April as well as the Old Timer's Picnic in July. The Green River Library registered as an official library in the Library of Congress is located in the Green River Bar.  If you would like to learn more about the Daniel Schoolhouse, visit the Sublette County Historic Buildings page.

Daniel Photo Gallery
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Sight of the original Green River Rendezvous

Plaque honoring Narcissa Whitman & Eliza Spalding as the first white women in Wyoming and over the Oregon Trail.

The old mercantile store in Daniel.

The Green River Bar.

Some of the remaining old buildings in Daniel.

Green River thawing in the Spring.



Daniel First 100 Years Celebration
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