Wyoming, a Guide to Its History, Highways, and People

Wyoming, a Guide to Its History, Highways, and People

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First published in the famous American Guide Series of the Work Projects Administration in 1941, Wyoming: A Guide remains a distinguished survey of the state, its centers of interest, and its history. Now issued in paperback for the first time, it can introduce to new readers the geographic spectacle and pioneer history that continue to shape the character of Wyoming. A new introduction by T. A. Larson, author of History of Wyoming, updates the Guide and evaluates changes seen in the state since the book was first published. Valuable to the resident as a reference to the state's many treasures, and useful to the tourist who wants to know more than the road signs tell, Wyoming: A Guide commemorates those who passed through to the West and those who stayed to forge a state in the heart of the frontier.... transcontinental travel has made it a commercial city, with railroad division shops and United Air Linesa#39; repair depot. ... Cheyenne citizens dress up in big hats, high-heeled boots, and bright shirts; and the Sioux come in from their Dakota reservation to dance. ... Headlining Frontier Days is the annual parade at 10 A.m. on Wednesday and Friday. ... Major General Grenville M. Dodge, later 184 WYOMING.


Title:Wyoming, a Guide to Its History, Highways, and People
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Publisher:U of Nebraska Press - 1941
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