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Laramie, Wyoming is a wild town with no one in charge.

'Cheyenne, Street between Pioneer and Carey Avenues, Rollins House was one of the city's first hotels. The second Wyoming Territorial Legislative Assembly met here in ~ from CHEYENNE (Images of America) by Nancy Weidel.

1880s Locomotive at Laramie, Wyoming Station

Locomotive at Laramie, Wyoming Station. Looks like engine No. Note the antlers above the headlight.

The “Oregon Trail” in Sweetwater County (and much of Wyoming) is actually four National Historic Trails in one corridor— Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California and Pony Express.

Oregon National Historic Trail, Missouri to Oregon - The “Oregon Trail” in Sweetwater County (and much of Wyoming) is actually four National Historic Trails in one corridor— Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California and Pony Express.

Arrival of Union Pacific officials, Laramie City, June, 1868.

Laramie Historic Photos ( Arrival of Union Pacific officials, Laramie City, June, )

Ella Watson aka "Cattle Kate" was lynched along with her husband in Wyoming for cattle rustling. 1889

Ella Watson aka "Cattle Kate" was lynched along with her husband in Wyoming for cattle rustling.

Bunk house at the Ranch Head Willow Creek, Converse County, Wyoming 1870

Converse County, Wyoming ca 1880 They are identified as: Tom Black , Chas Mayo,Tex Biddick, Neal Hart and Adele Black.

Cattle Kate - The Wild West, Old West, American History, Native Americans, American Indians

Cattle Kate July - July 1889 - Wyoming outlaw, not violent and never charged with a crime but lynched by agents of the cattle ranchers. She was a woman of easy virtue who tended to accept rustled cattle in payment for her services.

oregon pioneers | ... still show where the California Trail and Oregon Trail parted ways

Wagon ruts in Wyoming still show where the California Trail and Oregon Trail parted ways Courtesy of the National Park Service

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