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When you think of Wyoming, we bet you're thinkin' cowboys; you're thinkin' broad sweeping vistas and Rocky Mountains, and rough ridin' cowhands, and lots of...cows. But did you know that Wyoming is also known as "The Equality State"? Yup. In 1869, Wyoming became the first state to grant women the right to vote. You see, things aren't always what they seem.
Wyoming State Flag Wyoming State Bird The Location of Wyoming


You may also be surprised to learn that in addition to the annual ropin' and ridin' (Wyoming is home to one of the nation's largest rodeos), the state also supports a wide variety of cultural institutions, including the State Museum and Art Gallery in Cheyenne, the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, and not one but two symphony orchestras. But Wyoming may be best known as the site of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, surely two of the greatest natural wonders in America. Old Faithful is still as faithful as ever, belching up steam from the bubbling ground of northern Wyoming, situated in a place where clues about our prehistoric origins may be under our very noses. Who knows? Perhaps the keys to your ancestry are here in this surprising place.

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