7 edition of Wyoming facts and symbols found in the catalog.
Presents information about the state of Wyoming, its nickname, motto, and emblems.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 23) and index.
|Statement||by Muriel L. Dubois.|
|Series||The states and their symbols|
|LC Classifications||CR203.W8 D83 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||99053462|
Official State Nickname of Wyoming. The nickname for Wyoming is The Equality State (Wyoming's state motto also focuses on equality; Equal Rights). All State Nicknames. Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote in (more precisely, women were granted the right to vote so there would be enough voting citizens to meet the population requirement . Wyoming State Information Guide Capital: Cheyenne J (44th state) Wyoming gets its name from the Algonquin words for "land of vast plains." After the Union Pacific Railroad reached the town of Cheyenne, the capital, in , the population began to grow steadily in the Wyoming Territory, established in Wyoming was admitted as the 44th state on J .
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Capital Cheyenne Nickname Big Wyoming, Cowboy State, Equality State Motto Equal Rights Admitted to Union J - 44th State S square miles, 9th largest state Highest Point Gannett Peak, 13, feet Lowest Point 3, feet Belle Fourche River Average Annual Precipitation inches Population ( Census).
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 4/5(1). Wyoming was the 44 th state in the USA; it became a state on J State Abbreviation - WY State Capital - Cheyenne Largest City - Cheyenne Area - 97, square miles [Wyoming is the 10th biggest state in the USA] Population -(as of ) [Wyoming is the least populous state in the USA] Name for Residents - Wyomingites Major Industries - farming.
Wyoming facts and symbols. [Muriel L Dubois] -- Presents information about the state of Wyoming, its nickname, motto, and emblems. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Muriel L Dubois. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number. Presents information about the state of Wyoming, its nickname, motto, and emblems.
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Fun Facts. The fewest people of any US state live in Wyoming. Wyoming is home to Yellowstone National Park. The first of the US national parks. The first National Monument, Devil's Tower, and the first National Forest, Shoshone National Forest are in Wyoming. Wyoming is home to some of the largest traveling sand dunes in the world.
The University of Wyoming was founded inwhen Wyoming was still a territory. In SeptemberUW opened its doors to 42 students and five faculty members -- as befitted the university of “The Equality State,” both the students and faculty included women from the first day.
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License # and Dancing Crayon Design. Facts about Wyoming, home to the first female governor in American history - Nellie Ross. Interestingly, almost half of the state (48%) is owned by the US government. Wyoming Law. The law designating the cutthroat trout as the official Wyoming state fish is SECTION (State fish) of the Wyoming Statutes, Title 8 (General Provisions) Chapter 3 (State Seal, Flag, Flower, Bird and Other Symbols) Section TITLE 8 GENERAL PROVISIONS CHAPTER 3 STATE SEAL, FLAG, FLOWER, BIRD AND OTHER SYMBOLS 8.
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The eagle and shield show support for the United States. The dates and tell when Wyoming organized as a territory of the United States and when it became a state. Get this Flag. Wyoming is a state in the western United of the state is in the Rocky Mountains, a large mountain range in the United States.
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ORIGIN OF STATE NAME: Derived from the Delaware Indian words maugh-wau-wa-ma, meaning "large plains." NICKNAMES: The Equality State and The Cowboy State. CAPITAL: Cheyenne. ENTERED UNION: 10 July (44th). SONG: "Wyoming." MOTTO: Equal Rights.
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