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  • Girl Guards The Girl Guards were comprised of Company K, organized in 1889, and Company H, organized in May 1890, after the bill for admission as a State passed the U.S ...
    Posted Oct 23, 2014, 7:33 AM by Thomas Ivie
  • Esther Morris Esther Morris was influential in Wyoming and considered the mother of woman suffrage in the state. She reportedly held a tea party at her house in September of 1869 and ...
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Discover the stories that formed Wyoming, through Wyoming Newspapers. Making Wyoming’s historic newspapers available to the world for education and historical research, including genealogy, is the cornerstone of Wyoming Newspapers. Historians, genealogists, students and other scholars rely on them to provide a first-hand and sometimes the only account of local news. Many newspapers only lasted a short time and many have disappeared just like the boom-and-bust ghost towns of the past. Wyoming Newspapers currently includes over 330 historic Wyoming newspapers and close to 800,000 pages, the earliest is the Chugg Water Journal from 1849.