Evanston

Wyoming
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Chinese contract laborers were among the first residents of Evanston, Wyo., whic…
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Originally established as the Wyoming Insane Asylum by the Wyoming Territorial L…
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Evanston lawyer Clarence Clark became Wyoming’s first congressional representati…
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Uinta County, one of the five counties of Wyoming Territory, was reduced to its …
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Jim Bridger’s skills as guide, mapmaker and businessman were unmatched. After 20…
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Established by mountain men Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843, Fort Bridger …
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In Wyoming, dry farming—growing crops without irrigation--began to become popula…
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The Piedmont Charcoal Kilns southwest of Evanston, Wyo. were built in 1869 to su…
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If wells are the hearts, pipelines are the arteries of the oil business. Since t…
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The JC Penney Company, long among the world’s largest department store chains, t…
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The abundant vertebrate fossils of the Green River formation in western Wyoming …
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In the 1820s and 1830s, what’s now western Wyoming was at the center of the fur …
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In 1909, Elinore Pruitt answered Burntfork, Wyo. rancher Clyde Stewart’s Denver …
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As soon as Europeans came to the coasts of North America, they began trading for…
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On May 16, 1986, David and Doris Young took 154 people hostage at the Cokeville …
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