WyoHistory.org is an online historical encyclopedia featuring articles, essays, oral histories and field trips about Wyoming history.

Oil seeps were reported often in the early 19th century in what later became Wyoming; it was sold, for example to Oregon Trail travelers for wagon lubricant. The first producing well in Wyoming Territory was drilled in 1883 at Dallas Dome southeast

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Resources Lesson Plans. There are lesson plans attached to a number of entries, and additional educational resources for teachers are available here, with lesson plans available here.

Wyoauctioneers.org is tracked by us since April, 2011. Over the time it has been ranked as high as 16 974 899 in the world. It was owned by several entities, from Wyoming Auctioneers Asso to Wyoming Auctioneers Association, it was hosted by Biz Net Technologies, Liquid Web L.L.C and others.

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Owen Wister: Owen Wister, American novelist whose novel The Virginian (1902) helped establish the cowboy as a folk hero in the United States and the western as a legitimate genre of literature.

Jim Bridger: Jim Bridger, American fur trader, frontiersman, scout, the “mountain man” par excellence. In 1812, Bridger’s father, a surveyor and an innkeeper, moved his family to an Illinois farm near St. Louis, Mo.

Washakie (c.1798 /1810 – February 20, 1900) was a prominent leader of the Shoshone people during the mid-19th century. He was first mentioned in 1840 in the written record of the American fur trapper, Osborne Russell.

The Jenny Lake area is undergoing rehabilitation. Work began in 2014 and will continue into 2018. Please visit the Jenny Lake Renewal Project page for more information about access and facilities. Jenny Lake has drawn visitors since before the establishment of Grand Teton National Park. Today you ...