The One Small Town In Wyoming That Is Overflowing With History
Wyoming is one state that is practically synonymous with American history. Sure, everything from settlers to the railroad got their start out east, but everything reached legendary status once it hit the Cowboy State. All in all, there are over 550 sites across Wyoming that are on the National Register of Historic Places, but there’s one small town that is crammed full to overflowing with history.
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What’s your favorite part about visiting Cody?
Of course, many Wyoming towns are jam-packed with history. Which one do you find most fascinating?