W. Hudson Kensel

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Historian of the American West

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According to Wikipedia, W. Hudson Kensel was an historian and author of the American West. He is professor emeritus from California State University at Fresno. At Fresno, he was the chairman of the Department of History. His early childhood was spent at Pahaska Tepee and Cody, Wyoming. He thereafter moved to the state of Washington where he completed his education. He is the author of Pahaska Tepee, Buffalo Bill's Old Hunting Lodge and Hotel, A History, 1901-1946 and Dude Ranching in Yellowstone Country: Larry Larom and Valley Ranch, 1915-1969, published in 2010 by the University of Oklahoma Press at Norman, Oklahoma. Valley Ranch, one of the first of the western dude ranches, was established by the New York City native Larry Larom. Now privately owned, it is located on the South Fork of the Shoshone River in northwestern Wyoming.

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