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Our 50 States: Wyoming. Ryan 04/18/12 - 04/19/12. Symbols of Wyoming. The state bird is: Western Meadowlark The state flower is: Indian Paintbrush The state tree is : Plains Cottonwood The state motto is: Equal Rights. Add a picture here. Add a picture here.

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our 50 states wyoming

Our 50 States:Wyoming

Ryan

04/18/12 - 04/19/12

symbols of wyoming
Symbols of Wyoming
  • The state bird is: Western Meadowlark
  • The state flower is: Indian Paintbrush
  • The state tree is: Plains Cottonwood
  • The state motto is: Equal Rights

Add a picture here.

Add a picture here.

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wyoming state flag
Wyoming State Flag
  • Red signals the Indians who inhabited Wyoming.White signals purity and uprightness. Blue signals the sky and mountains. Here is an example.

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state nickname
State Nickname
  • Wyoming’s state nickname is Equality State because it wishes for equal rights for the state and the country.
statehood of wyoming
Statehood of Wyoming

This state became the 44th state in the United States in 1890.

Picture of State

places to visit in wyoming
Places to Visit in Wyoming

I might go to Yellowstone National Park and have some fun

by the water or go to Grand Teton National Park and see

the mountains.

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famous people
Famous People
  • Tom Horn was a famous detective who investigated on many crimes. Isabel Jewell was a great actress. Ted Olson was a famous writer who I’m sure has wrote many good books.

John Horn Isabel Jewell Ted Olson