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Mary Keller Bowman. Wyoming County History. McClain Printing Co.. 1965. 492pp.

Lewis L. Gould. Wyoming: A Political History, 1868-1896. Yale University Press. 1968. 298pp.

Gordon Olaf Hendrickson. Peopling the High Plains: Wyoming's European Heritage. Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department. 1977. 206pp.

Dennis H. Knight. Mountains and Plains: The Ecology of Wyoming Landscapes. Yale University Press. 1994. 338pp.

Taft A. Larson. History of Wyoming. University of Nebraska Press. 1965. 619pp. Revised editions in 1978 and 1990.

A. S. Mercer. Banditti of the Plains: Or the Cattlemen's Invasion of Wyoming in 1892. University of Oklahoma Press. 1975. 198pp.

Victoria Murphy. Wyoming: A 20th Century History of Its Citizens, Businesses & Institutions. Heritage Media Corporation. 1999. 300pp.

John Orlandini. The Ancient Native Americans of the Wyoming Valley: 10,000 Years of Prehistory. Self-Published. 1996. 184pp.

George Peck. Wyoming: Its History, Stirring Incidents, and Romantic Adventures. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1858. 432pp.

Mae Urbanek. Wyoming Place Names. Mountain Press Publishing Co.. 1988. 238pp.

Robert I. Vexler (editor). Chronology and Documentary Handbook of the State of Wyoming: A Chronology and Documentary Handbook. Oceana Publications. 1979. 150pp.

Lawrence Milton Woods. The Wyoming Country Before Statehood: Four Hundred Years Under Six Flags. Worland Press. 1971. 218pp. In cooperation with the Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department.




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