These 12 Photos Of Wyoming From The Early 1900s Are Beyond Fascinating

Wyoming is famous for still holding on to an old fashioned way of life. After all, we live off the grid, ride out on cattle drives, work ranches, and generally live a slow paced life much like our ancestors did. However, when you look at photos from early Wyoming history, you’ll see that a lot has actually changed. Take a look at this pictures from the 1930s and 1940s to see what life was like in Wyoming way back when.

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You can find more fascinating photos of early Wyoming history on the Yale Photogrammar website.

For more about Wyoming’s storied past, read the story of the famous outlaw who earned his nickname in a quiet Wyoming town.