The first people to live in Wyoming, was more than 12,000 years ago. The Native American tribes in Wyoming were the Shoshone, the crow, the Sioux, the Cheyenne, and the arapahoe. Native Americans hunted a lot of buffalo. There was a medicine wheel built in the Big Horn mountains. Stone projectile points have been discovered throughout Wyoming. From 1803 to 1848, pioneers came to Wyoming. In the late 1800s Cowboys came to Wyoming. In the 1860s the Union Pacific railroad came to Wyoming. In 1868, Wyoming was founded. In 1969, the US government created a treaty with the Native Americans. Wyoming had bigger counties than it did today.
Wyoming State bird
state bird is the meadowlark
Wyoming state flower
The Wyoming state flower is the Indian paintbrush
Wyoming state tree
The Wyoming state tree is the cottonwood