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Wyoming History!

Carole Marsh

Wyoming History!

Surprising Secrets About Our State"s Founding Mothers, Fathers & Kids! (Carole Marsh Wyoming Books)

by Carole Marsh

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Published by Gallopade Intl .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children: Grades 4-6

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11157395M
    ISBN 100793361796
    ISBN 109780793361793

    The first book printed in Wyoming, in was the Dictionary of the Sioux Language. In , Yellowstone was designated as the first National Park in the nation. Not only is Yellowstone National Park the first in the nation, but also the first in the world. From its earliest history, this valley was a land of repeat visitors. The Wind River Valley was on the seasonal migration route of the Mountain Shoshone natives, also known as the Sheepeaters. For many centuries, these Native Americans stayed in their villages high in the mountains here during the summer, and often lived in the valleys here.

    The University of Wyoming provides access to these public domain materials for educational and research/scholarly purposes. If you wish to publish or reproduce materials from these collections, please attribute each item to Emmett D. Chisum Special Collections, University of Wyoming Libraries. Laramie, WY. In addition to being the frequent blogger here, I'm also the author of On This Day In Wyoming History, a book cataloging the daily history of on that book can be discovered by following the link. I'm also the author of a number of articles that have been published by various journals, including The Wyoming Lawyer and Rural Heritage.

    Our local history collection contains photographs (most of which are now digitized and easy to search), oral history recorded disc with printed transcriptions, video tapes, obituaries, newspaper clippings, family histories, manuscripts, cemetery records, Wyoming State Grave Registration project files, Historic Site Register information and miscellaneous additional sources. Book Publisher Nancy Curtis says that when she founded the company, located on a cattle ranch, there were few other book publishing companies in Wyoming. “I knew people who were writing books that were definitely good enough to be in print, but there were no publishers willing to take a chance on them.


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