Wyoming

By: Maxwell Holdwick

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This is Wyoming, a fun state where you can golf, rock climb, fish, kayak, play tennis, soccer, football, and rodeos. Those are the sports you can do but not in pro leagues except rodeos . The most popular sport in Wyoming is rodeos.

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Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming. Some large city's of Wyoming are Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, and Rock Springs. Some landforms in Wyoming are rugged mountains. Some rives in Wyoming are Pinedale river, and Fremont river. Some major lakes in Wyoming are Yellowstone Lake, Boysen Reservoir, and Grendo Reservoir. two landforms in Wyoming are Devils Touch and Old Faithful. Two national parks in Wyoming is Grand Teton and Yellowstone national park .

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Major industries: Mining including coal, natural gas, crude oil, and diamonds.




Flag: Wyoming's flag is a picture of a buffalo with a backround of red.

Tree: Plains cottonwood

Flower: Indian paintbrush:

Gemstone: Jade

Fish: Cutthroat Trout

Motto: Equal Rights

Song: Wyoming

Approximate population: 576, 412 people

Size Ranking: 10th

Fun Fact: Wyoming got it's name from an Algonquian Indian word which means great prairie or large plains.

State history: Wyoming became a state in July 10th 1890. some famous people that lived in Wyoming were Francis F Warren, Tom Horn, and Alan K Simpson.