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Home On The Range

Grand Teton National Park One of the historic establishments along Mormon Row is a vision into the past of early settlers in Jackson Hole. Set among open fields, which are home to herds of grazing bison and antelope in spring and summer, the land here was homesteaded by predominantly Mormon settlers in the early 1900s, but later purchased by Rockefellers Snake River Land Company and transferred to the Park Service.