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    Vintage Wyoming Maps
    Wyoming became the 44th state in 1890, and countless beautiful, antique maps illustrate its history.

    You’ll find a number of old Wyoming state maps in our archives, as well as city maps for Cheyenne (the state’s capital), Green River, and Jackson Hole. We also have beautiful vintage maps of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

    If you’re looking for a map for a specific Wyoming locale and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives. While our collections of vintage maps are extensive, there are still many more we’re restoring, and chances are we’ll have what you’re seeking.
    About Wyoming
    With a population of just under 600,000, Wyoming is the least populated state in the United States. Cheyenne, the state’s capital, is its largest city. It’s also where you’ll find the world’s largest steam locomotive, called the Big Boy Steam Engine (or ol’ Number 4004).

    The state’s nickname is the Equality State. That’s because Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote. They were also granted the right to hold public office and serve on juries. The law was passed on December 10, 1869. Fittingly, the first woman governor in the nation was elected in Wyoming. When Nellie Tayloe Ross’s husband passed away, she was elected to finish his term and did so from 1925 to 1927. Former U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt later appointed her director of the U.S. Mint.

    Wyoming is a land of two geographies—its western half features the Rocky Mountains, while its eastern half consists of the High Plains, where it’s drier and windier. The federal government owns about half of the state’s land, including the popular tourist destinations of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. The federal government also owns national monuments, forests, historic sites, fish hatcheries, and wildlife refuges throughout Wyoming.

    Wildlife is prominent in Wyoming—you’ll find buffalo, black bears, grizzlies, bighorn sheep, and pronghorn. Red-tailed hawks, mountain bluebirds, and prairie falcons are some of the birds you might see flying overhead. And along the ground, it’s toads, frogs, and salamanders.

    With so many wide-open spaces in Wyoming, plus Yellowstone and Grand Teton, it’s no surprise that tourism plays a big part in the state’s economy. Other prominent industries in the state involve the extraction of natural minerals (i.e., coal, oil, and natural gas) and agriculture (i.e., hay, livestock, sugar beets, wheat, wool, and barley). Wyoming is the top producer of coal in the United States.

    Famous names who hail from Wyoming include actor Jesse Garcia (of The Avengers), Larry Wilcox (from the hit TV series C.H.I.P.S.), and artist Jackson Pollock, known for his abstract and surrealist paintings.

    And then there are the celebrities who weren’t born there but adore it enough to purchase a home in Wyoming. Sandra Bullock, RuPaul Charles, Uma Thurman, Tiger Woods, Pippa Middleton, Brad Pitt, Matthew McConaughey, and Harrison Ford are just a handful of the stars who have bought property in the state.

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    Vintage Wyoming Maps
    Wyoming became the 44th state in 1890, and countless beautiful, antique maps illustrate its history.

    You’ll find a number of old Wyoming state maps in our archives, as well as city maps for Cheyenne (the state’s capital), Green River, and Jackson Hole. We also have beautiful vintage maps of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

    If you’re looking for a map for a specific Wyoming locale and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives. While our collections of vintage maps are extensive, there are still many more we’re restoring, and chances are we’ll have what you’re seeking.
    About Wyoming
    With a population of just under 600,000, Wyoming is the least populated state in the United States. Cheyenne, the state’s capital, is its largest city. It’s also where you’ll find the world’s largest steam locomotive, called the Big Boy Steam Engine (or ol’ Number 4004).

    The state’s nickname is the Equality State. That’s because Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote. They were also granted the right to hold public office and serve on juries. The law was passed on December 10, 1869. Fittingly, the first woman governor in the nation was elected in Wyoming. When Nellie Tayloe Ross’s husband passed away, she was elected to finish his term and did so from 1925 to 1927. Former U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt later appointed her director of the U.S. Mint.

    Wyoming is a land of two geographies—its western half features the Rocky Mountains, while its eastern half consists of the High Plains, where it’s drier and windier. The federal government owns about half of the state’s land, including the popular tourist destinations of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. The federal government also owns national monuments, forests, historic sites, fish hatcheries, and wildlife refuges throughout Wyoming.

    Wildlife is prominent in Wyoming—you’ll find buffalo, black bears, grizzlies, bighorn sheep, and pronghorn. Red-tailed hawks, mountain bluebirds, and prairie falcons are some of the birds you might see flying overhead. And along the ground, it’s toads, frogs, and salamanders.

    With so many wide-open spaces in Wyoming, plus Yellowstone and Grand Teton, it’s no surprise that tourism plays a big part in the state’s economy. Other prominent industries in the state involve the extraction of natural minerals (i.e., coal, oil, and natural gas) and agriculture (i.e., hay, livestock, sugar beets, wheat, wool, and barley). Wyoming is the top producer of coal in the United States.

    Famous names who hail from Wyoming include actor Jesse Garcia (of The Avengers), Larry Wilcox (from the hit TV series C.H.I.P.S.), and artist Jackson Pollock, known for his abstract and surrealist paintings.

    And then there are the celebrities who weren’t born there but adore it enough to purchase a home in Wyoming. Sandra Bullock, RuPaul Charles, Uma Thurman, Tiger Woods, Pippa Middleton, Brad Pitt, Matthew McConaughey, and Harrison Ford are just a handful of the stars who have bought property in the state.

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