Historian and Author
Jefferson Glass relocated to Wyoming from Central Oregon in 1981. He was the founder and former chair of the Evansville Historical Commission, a Certified Local Government (CLG) for the town of Evansville, Wyoming. He later served on the board of directors for the Cadoma Foundation, a non-profit historic preservation organization based in Casper, Wyoming. He is a relentless researcher with specific interests in the Rocky Mountains and Norther Plains regions of the United States. He has written several articles for Annals of Wyoming, True West Magazine and WyoHistory.org. His book Reshaw: The Life and Times of John Baptiste Richard was awarded best nonfiction book by the Wyoming Historical Society in 2014 and received the prestigious Spur award for best first nonfiction book from Western Writers of America in 2015.