The State of Wyoming

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I chose this state because I knew nothing about it. It’s great to learn new things about some where you’ve never gone or plan on going. As I complete this research on Wyoming .I Plan to learn exciting things about this state. I also would also like to visit Yellowstone national Park A lot of First were named an established in the state of Wyoming. For Example Wyoming is the first state to have a county library in the city of Laramie. This was organized in 1886 of August. In the western regions of Wyoming, in 1872. Congress named Yellowstone National park as the first national park in the world. The First national Forest was signed by President Benjamin Harrison. Shoshone Forest, that doesn’t exclude the fact that there are nine other National Forests. Like any other forest there is a ranger station. The station of Shoshone Forest was established in 1891 as well. This was named Wapiti Ranger Station. Our first national monument was designated in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt. This was named Devils Tower. This monument can be located in the northeastern regions of Wyoming. In addition to the state of Wyoming they have state facts among any other states. The capital city of WY is Cheyenne. The population stands to be 9th among the states. 576,412 as of 2012. Matt mead is the governor of Wyoming. The state flower is the Indian paintbrush. The state tree is the Plains cottonwood. The state song which ironically is called Wyoming. The State motto is “Equal rights”. WY can be located in the mountain region of the western United States. The Flag of WY Is Red, white and Blue. With a white Bull in the middle of the flag. I enjoyed the artifacts I found about this state. I would love to visit any day. It’s a great place to go sightseeing and learn about the history of or country
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