Silent Saddle Empty Boots

Silent Saddle Empty Boots

The "Silent Saddle Empty Boots" bronze statue honors all veterans with a photo engraving under the statue presenting the initial twenty Jackson Hole men who volunteered for World War I. The Monument is a fitting entrance to Jackson from the North and serves to remind visitors and locals alike of the many contributions post members have made to the community and county. Local stone masonry supports the bronze horse statute and American Flag. Dedicated in 2005. The monument is in excellent condition in view of all passersby and is illuminated for night time viewing.

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Date of Installation:

June 14, 2005

Organization Responsible for Installation:

Jackson Hole Post 43 American Legion Chartered 1920 is responsible for all aspects of the monument.

Memorial War Era(s):

Persian Gulf


The monument is located at 190 North Cache Avenue at the corner of Cache Avenue and Gill Street. It is in front of the Post log building that is on the National Historic Register. 190 North Cache Avenue PO Box 4121 Teton County Jackson, Wyoming 83001


Published on June 14, 2017