Free eBook Roadside History of Wyoming (Roadside History) download
by Candy Moulton
Author: Candy Moulton
Publisher: Mountain Pr; First Edition edition (September 1, 1995)
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Roadside History of Nebra. has been added to your Cart. This is Nebraska's entry in the Roadside History series of state historical guides mainly designed for travelers in each state, written by Candy Moulton
Roadside History of Nebra. This is Nebraska's entry in the Roadside History series of state historical guides mainly designed for travelers in each state, written by Candy Moulton. The book is divided into five sections: Lewis and Clark Country (NE part of the state), River Country (SE part of the state), Oregon Trail Country, Sandhills Country, and Panhandle Country. Focusing on major highways that traverse each section, the book gives a thorough history of towns, cities, historical sites, and the people who inhabited them all, some famous, some infamous.
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Candy Coulton, Western Author, Wyoming Native, Wyoming History Books, Western History Books, Western Author, Western History Author, Author, Wyoming Historic Locations, Book, Silver Spur Award Winning, Documentary, Best Documentary, short stories, fiction, novel, Biography. From Almond Station to Yellowstone National Park, Candy Moulton gives precise, compact histories of Wyoming frontier sites-many that have crumbled into the landscape and nearly faded from memory plus a few that have thrived. Moulton has a gift for cutting through the clutter and getting to the heart of history.
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In Roadside History of Wyoming readers will learn about Native Americans who struggled to adapt to many sudden changes, mountain men who braved the wilderness,. Through vivid anecdotes, old photographs, and maps, the Roadside History guides provide entertaining insight into the states they describe.
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Roadside History of Nebraska, by Candy Moulton, Mountain Press Publishing C. Missoula, Mont . A great many emigrants and travelers. By 1854, when Congress created Nebraska Territory, which also included most of today’s Dakotas and eastern Wyoming, many of the Indians in the area had relinquished most of their lands. A territorial census that year showed 1,818 settlers living south of the Platte River and 914 settlers living to the north. Things picked up after Congress passed the Homestead Act in 1862.
There is evidence of prehistoric human habitation in the region known today as the . state of Wyoming stretching back roughly 13,000 years. Stone projectile points associated with the Clovis, Folsom and Plano cultures have been discovered throughout Wyoming. Evidence from what is now Yellowstone National Park indicates the presence of vast continental trading networks since around 1000 years ago. The Union Pacific Railroad played a central role in the European settlement of the area.
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Wyoming became the 44th state to join the union in 1890. Wyoming was the first . state to allow women to vote–an achievement that represented oneof the early victoriesof the Americanwomen’s suffrage movement. Today, although it is the 10th largest state by area, Wyoming has the smallest population of all the states, with just over 550,000 residents. The state is home to most of Yellowstone National Park, one of the most popular national parks in the country.