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Wyoming. The Quality State. By Hailey. State bird: Meadowlark State capital: Cheyenne Biggest city: Cheyenne State Mammal: Bison Yellowstone National Park: oldest in the nation. Fast facts. State Flag. Yellowstone National Park Jackson Hole Devils Tower National Monument

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Wyoming

The Quality State

By Hailey


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State bird: Meadowlark

State capital: Cheyenne

Biggest city: Cheyenne

State Mammal: Bison

Yellowstone National Park: oldest in the nation

Fast facts

State Flag


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Yellowstone National Park

Jackson Hole

Devils Tower National Monument

Grand Teton Mountains

Tourist Attractions

Devils Tower


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Black Footed Ferret

Grizzly Bear

Wild Cat

Black Bear

Animals


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Buffalo Bill Historical Center is a four-museum complex.

Which Includes:

Whitney Gallery of Western Art

Buffalo Bill Museum

Plains Indian Museum

Cody Firearms Museum

Come and Visit


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Yellowstone became the first National park in 1872.

Wyoming became a state in 1890.

Fires damaged areas of Yellowstone National park in 1988.

Historical Events


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Travel and Tourism in Wyoming Information:

http://www.wyomingtourism.org/tourism/index.cfm

Visit Wyoming!


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