2.When people get into Wyoming they are provided with mugs on a complimentary basis.
4.Most of the Yellowstone National Park is in Wyoming but a few smaller parts are spread across Montana and Idaho. It is the earliest national park of USA and became so in 1872 when it was accorded the said status.
5.Wyoming was sold to USA by France by way of the Louisiana Purchase that was enacted in 1803. The earliest Caucasian to have gone into the area a fur trapper named John Colter. It was he who made the world aware of the hot springs and geysers that were abundant in the Yellowstone area after going around the region in 1807.
6.Nellie Tayloe Ross was the earliest woman to govern a state in USA. She rose to the said position in Wyoming in 1925.
7.There is a word spoken by the Delaware tribe that means a land filled with huge plains. This term is the source of the Wyoming's name.
8.One of the several nicknames of Wyoming is Equality State
. 9.Wyoming organizes the Yellowstone Jazz Festival.
10.Indian paintbrush is Wyoming's officially recognized flower.
11.Cookie cutters that are shaped like states are a huge hit in USA. Buyers prefer Wyoming the most after West Virginia that leads the popularity stakes.
12.One of the names that were originally thought for Wyoming was West Dakota.
13.Oregon Trail stretches across the state. Robert Stuart is credited for having founded the same in 1812-13. The earliest everlasting trading set up of the state was established in 1834 - it was named Fort Laramie. As per the Oregon Treaty that was signed in 1846 between UK and USA the latter got control of the state's western part. The Mexican War also reached its conclusion in 1848 thanks to the said agreement.
14.Yellowstone National Park has the maximum number of geysers among fields that possess such geographic features.
15.Women in Wyoming were the earliest in USA to have received suffrage rights. This happened after it was organized at a territorial level in 1869.
16.Globally this state has the biggest reserves of sodium carbonate.
17.Wyoming has a largely rural form of residential pattern - there are many small towns that farming and ranching opportunities, mining colonies and communities that enable residents to take part in recreational and outdoor activities.
18.The aggregate area of Wyoming is 97,813 square miles.
19.Cheyenne Christmas is staged in Wyoming.
20.Triceratops is the officially approved dinosaur of the state.