Discover the stories that formed Wyoming. Browse or search the more than 900,000 newspaper pages converted from microfilm to a digital format. All text is searchable, including news articles, news briefs, obituaries and other items of interest.
Wyoming Places allows users to discover information about the origin of the name of a place, a brief history of that place and stories about it. This project uses original sources as well as published sources in the public domain. Places with a latitude and longitude will appear on the Wyoming map.
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|UW Libraries Digital Repository
Digital UW serves as the University of Wyoming Libraries' gateway to digitized library collections and other scholarly and creative works authored by University of Wyoming students, faculty, and staff. Highlights include the Emmett D. Chisum Special Collections, the Digital Herbarium, and the Grace Raymond Hebard Collection.
|Wyoming Authors Wiki
Includes fiction and nonfiction, by Wyoming authors. Searchable by author, county, and genre.
This database covers United States patents issued to Wyoming inventors from 1867 - Present.
This library of legislative materials contains journals, or digests of the journals, from the first territorial legislature that convened in 1869 to the present. It also contains digitized bills from 1873 to 2000, and a record of actions on introduced bills (bill actions) from 1957-2000.
|Wyoming State Publications
Publications produced by Wyoming governmental agencies, focusing on annual reports, budget requests, & executive orders. The bulk of the publications currently available online range from 1998 to present.
|Wyoming Statutes Annotated (LexisNexis)
The Wyoming Legislative Service Office provides access to the codified laws of Wyoming for non-commercial use under contractual arrangement with LexisNexis. The database is updated quarterly.
|Wyoming State Trademarks
An index of Wyoming state trademarks covering state trademarks issued from 1906 to present. Each record includes a scanned copy of the application file at the Wyoming Secretary of State's Office or the Wyoming State Archives.