The Wyoming State Historical Society began in 1953, and is made up of members across Wyoming, as well as from outside the borders of Wyoming and the United States, the Society is open to any individual interested in history of Wyoming and the West.

Chartered: January 26, 1961 Reactivated: September 8, 1990. Meets last Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m. , Platte County Library. Officers: President: Patsy Parkin.

In October 1969, University of Wyoming Head Coach Lloyd Eaton dismissed 14 black football players from his team when they showed up at his office wearing black armbands over their street clothes, to protest what they saw as racist policies of Brigham

The establishment of Grand Teton National Park in its current form in 1950 ended a 30-year controversy over attempts to extend federal government control in northwestern Wyoming.

The Wyoming Geospatial Hub . The Wyoming Geospatial Hub is the primary site for the discovery and delivery of publicly accessible geospatial data produced, maintained and shared by various partners in the State.

State Archives, State Libraries and Historical Society Websites *Links checked 2017* Updated December 8, 2017 by KT

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Early life. J.C. Penney was born on September 16, 1875, on a farm outside of Hamilton, Caldwell County, Missouri.He was the seventh of twelve children, only six of whom lived to adulthood, born to James Cash Penney, Sr. and Mary Frances (née Paxton) Penney.

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