Wyoming is a western U.S. state known for its diverse landscape of open plains, the Rocky Mountains and arid desert lands. It's home to iconic wildlife such as wolves, bison and antelope, plus Yellowstone National Park which spans the northwest corner of Wyoming and into Montana and Idaho. Popular tourist attractions in Wyoming include the Grand Teton National Park with its grand mountain peaks; as well as Devil's Tower National Monument where you can find natural rock towers reaching 1,267 feet high above sea level. An interesting historical fact about Wyoming is that it was the first state to grant women full voting rights in 1869, more than 50 years before the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920 granting all American women across the country this right!
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Rawlins, Jackson, South Park, Cody, Hartrandt, Hulett, Cheyenne, Wright, Powell, Glenrock, Grover, Ralston, Laramie, Whiting, Opal, Smoot, Kelly, Story, Casper, Evanston, Oakley, Douglas, Alpine, Dixon, Lingle, Hanna, Wilson, Lucerne, Albin, Afton, Orin, Lovell, Cora, Eden, Carter, Arrowhead Springs, Edgerton, Sinclair, Dayton, Bairoil, Etna, Boulder, Shell, Homa Hills, Mammoth, Cowley, Superior, Basin, Huntley, Daniel, Manville, Byron, Slater, Yoder, Clearmont, Kemmerer, Washam, Urie, Moorcroft, Albany ...