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Wyoming Association of REALTORS®
951 Werner Ct, Ste 300
Casper, WY 82062
(307) 237-4085 - (800) 676-4085
Wyoming Real Estate Commission
2020 Carey Ave, Ste 100
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002-0180
(307) 777-7141 - Fax (307) 777-3796
Wyoming entered the Union in 1890. It was the 44th state to
do so. It’s nickname is the Equality State. This
was due to the fact that women were given rights that were not granted
in other states for many years. They could hold public office,
sit on juries and were allowed to vote.
Wisconsin is bordered by Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, South
Dakota and Utah. The largest cities are Cheyenne, Casper,
Laramie, Gillette and Rock Springs.
The agriculture of Wyoming includes cattle, sheep, sugar beets
and hay. The state’s industries include mining, chemical
products, lumber and wood products and tourism.
Some of Wyoming’s symbols include:
the Indian paintbrush
the western meadowlark
the cutthroat trout
is the horned toad
- The first JC Penney store was in the town of Kemmerer.
- The town of Cody was named after William Cody better known
as Buffalo Bill.
- The bucking horse (bronco) you see on the Wyoming license plate
has a name. “Old Steamboat” was a bronc that no
one was able to ride. This was in the early days of the 1900’s.
- Wyoming has the lowest population of any of the states.
- The first National Monument was Wyoming’s Devils Tower.
The year was 1906.
- The term “dude” as in dude ranch was first used
by the Eaton family who operated the first Dude Ranch near Wolf.
- Yellowstone was the first official National Park. It was
designated in 1872. Most of the park is in Wyoming.
- Wyoming’s first coal mine was in 1867 today Wyoming is
one of the largest coal producing states.
- Yellowstone National Park is unique. About one-half of the
world’s hydrothermal features are located in this amazing National
park. From the geysers including Old Faithful to the colorful
hot springs to the animals including grizzly bears, wolves, bison,
and elk, Yellowstone is a place not to be missed
- Grand Teton National Park. One of the most photographed settings
in the world and used frequently in films, this is a park for all
seasons. From hiking and fishing to bike riding to swimming
to just relaxing and watching the wildlife, this is a place of
majestic and serene beauty.
- Thermopolis. If you have ever dreamed of walking in the
footprints of the dinosaurs, here’s your chance. Actually
this is a place where you can even help to work in the digs. Dinosaur
tracks lead through town to the museum where exhibits lead to the
preparation lab. You can’t go in but you can observe
what is going on. Then, 15 minutes away you can go to the ranch
where one of the most extensive dinosaur digs in the world is located. Join
the Dig-For-A-Day gang and help locate the next super find.
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