Annals Index - W

W. F. Davis Livestock 66:1&2:18

W. H. Peck Store (see Peck, W. H.)

W. T. K. Club 5:4:164

Wa-wau-nachua (see also Farlow, Ed J.) 11:1:26

WAC (see MILITARY: Seven hundred sixty-eighth Women’s Air Corp Headquarters Company; MILITARY: Seven hundred sixty-eighth Women’s Air Corp Company)

Wachor 26:1:78 (see also Utah Indians)

Wack, L. O. photo 30:2:196

Wack, Luther 31:2:226

Waco, Texas 23:2:31

Waddell, Russell 16:1:39; 32:1:5, 14-15, 22-23, 27-28, 31-32, 34, 37-39, 46; 32:2:267; 33:2:223; 34:2:245; 35:1:17-18 (see also Russell Waddell and Company)

Waddell, William Bradford 32:1:6, 8, 10-11, photo 12, 14-15, 23-26, 28, 33-34, 36, 42-43, 46

Wade, Alvin N. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:1:113

Wade, Ralph M. (see Government and Administration of Wyoming)

Wadsworth 24:2:25

Wadsworth, Harry 28:2:136

Wadsworth, Nevada 66:4:6

Wadworth, Wyoming 25:1:87; 28:2:136

Waendelin, S. V. (see Greetings from Denmark)

Wager, Con 21:2/3:201

Waggoner, Tom 45:2:143, 150

Wagner, Anna B. 25:2:207

Wagner, Bert 16:1:56; 33:2:156 (see also Reminiscences of the Early Days of Douglas)

Wagner, Charles 32:1:40; 34:1:93

Wagner, Charles 66:1&2:8

Wagner, Con 64:2:50

Wagner, H. 17:1:79

Wagner, Harry 26:1:21

Wagner, Henry (Mrs.) 17:1:79

Wagner, Henry, Jr. 2:1:20

Wagner, Henry, Sr. 2:3:60; 15:4:386-389; 16:1:56; 17:1:79; 21:2/3:208-209

Wagner, Howard 26:2:220 (see also Howard Wagner Collection)

Wagner, Howard A. 23:1:104

Wagner, Joe 26:1:64

Wagner, M. (Miss) 17:1:82

Wagner Pass 22:2:49-50

Wagner, Randall A., review of A Complete Official Road Guide of the Lincoln Highway 66:3:68-69

Wagner, Randy 65:2/3:2, 4

Wagner, Robert (Senator) 64:3/4:59

Wagner, Rube 17:1:75

Wagner, William W. 17:1:79

Wagon Box Fight 7:3:394-401, 441-442; 17:1:11; 19:1:37; 27:1:16; 44:2:144; 55:1:41(see also Eyewitness Reports of the Wagon Box Fight )

Wagon Box Fight by Vie Willits Garber 36:1:61-63; 39:2:261; 39:1:104-107

Wagon Creek 22:2:24

Wagon Hound Creek 20:2:90; 23:2:23; 28:1:56-58; 32:2:223; 33:1:95; 42:2:267, 269

Wagon Hound Divide 28:1:56-58

Wagon Road to Montana 23:1:22-23

wagon roads 17:2:141, 154 (see also Niobrara River to Virginia City wagon road)

Wagon Trails and Folk Tales: Sulphur Springs Station, 1862-1979 by Ann B. Brown, Gilberta B. Hughes and Louise B. Erb, review 52:2:59-60

wagon train attack 19:2:88

Wagon Train Animals by Robert L. Munkres 65:2/3:15-27

Wagon Train Burned Near Warm Springs During Trail Days 11:2:117-118

Wagon Train Flight of Sergeant Custard 29:1:66-72

wagon trains 19:2:87-88

wagon travel 26:1:8, 68

Wagons, Mules and Men by Nick Eggenhofer, review 34:1:121

Wagons Rolled West by Elsie Moore Lott, review 28:2:225-227

Wahasah River (see Redstone River)

Wa-ha-she-go 26:1:30-31 (see also Bannock)

Wah-sho-kig 26:1:78 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Waid, O. C. 20:1:74

Waiilatpu, Washington 17:2:103

Wait, J. Enos 65:1:33

Waite, Edrie (Mrs.) 10:1:47

Waite, J. Enos 33:2:155

Waity 42:2:204-205, 209, 214

Wake of the Prairie Schooner by Irene Paden 22:2:57, 62; 65:2/3:2

Wakefield, Nebraska 66:3:10, 12

Wakefield 28:2:169-172

Wakefield, Gardner 43:2:272-274

Wakeley, E. (Judge) 20:2:102

Wakeman, E. E. 24:1:5; 27:2:232

Waker, William (see Walker, William)

Walbach, John de B. (Brigadier General) 35:1:6

Walcott 44:2:205

Walcott, Charles 42:2:154

Waldie, John 33:2:133

Waldo, F. H. (Mrs.) 8:4:643; 9:1:683

Waldo, W. A. (Mrs.) 27:2:233; photo 27:1:24

Waldorf Hotel 22:1:75

Waler, Mary 22:2:55

Wales (see Welch miners)

Wales, Nellie L. (Mrs.) 27:2:33

Walker 25:2:165, 180; 26:1:78-79; 26:2:153-155; 31:2:222; 32:1:69 (see also Ute)

Walker (Doctor) 20:2:109; 31:1:40

Walker (Lieutenant) 16:2:162; 23:2:11, 19; 29:1:70; 32:2:232

Walker (Major; stockman) 17:1:56

Walker, Ben 14:4:293

Walker, Beulah (see Split Rock Telegraph and Pony Express Station)

Walker, Bob 45:2:169-170

Walker, D. E. 34:2:214-215

Walker, Danny N. (Ph.D.) (see review of Indian Rock Art)

Walker, David A. (see Bonanza Rich)

Walker, E. (Mrs.) 37:1:69

Walker, Elkanah 22:2:52

Walker, George DeForest 43:1:23, 26, 31-32, 34, 39

Walker, George S. 43:1:23-24

Walker, Graham (see Walker, Meda)

Walker, Henry P. (see review of Spanish War Vessels on the Mississippi, 1792-1796; review of Pumpkin Seed Point)

Walker, James (Private) 39:1:125

Walker, James R. (see review of Lakota Society)

Walker, Joel P. 17:2:103

Walker, Joseph Reddiford 17:2:103

Walker, M. B. (Doctor) 24:1:4

Walker, Mary 22:2:52

Walker, Mary Richardson 40:1:25; 40:2:219; 42:2:193, 202, 210; 43:2:229

Walker, Meda (Mrs. Graham) 27:2:233; 30:2:225; 31:2:226; 32:2:238; 38:1:85, 102; 39:1:109 (see also Pioneer Portraits)

Walker, Samuel (Colonel) 27:2:144, 149, 152, 158

Walker, Tacetta B. (Mrs.) 25:2:208 (see also Wyoming’s Fourth Governor-William A. Richards)

Walker, Thomas 18:2:116

Walker, W. D. 24:1:16

Walker, Will 45:2:170

Walker, William 21:2/3:139; photos by 65:4:19, 30

Walker’s War (1853) 31:2:222

Walks-under-the-ground 15:4:376

Wall 23:1:101

Wall Creek 22:1:87

Wall Creek Canyon 64:2:36

Wall, J. Tom 31:1:75 (see also Lake DeSmet)

Wall, James 38:1:91

Wall, Janette Houston 23:1:100, 102

Wall, Jim 20:2:172

Wall, Max M. 27:2:233

Wall, Pressly 17:1:83

Wall Street (New York City) 66:3:39-40, 42-43, 46

Wall Street 65:4:46

wall writing 4:2:277

Walla Walla, Washington 17:2:103

Wallace (Governor of Idaho) 28:2:200

Wallace (Private) 36:1:54

Wallace, Frank 32:1:123

Wallace, Hershill G. (Mrs.) 21:2/3:241

Wallace, Irving 66:4:35

Wallace, Nancy (Mrs.) 33:2:219

Wallace, Nancy G. (Mrs. Dwight) 27:2:233; 30:1:106; 31:2:232

Wallace, Otis 33:1:80

Wallace, Taylor 27:2:233

Wallace, W. M. (Captain) 38:1:74

Wallasen, Rose 9:2:703

Wallenberg, Galen 40:1:87

Waller, Charles T. 27:2:233

Waller, John LeeRoy 3:2:150; 6:3:273-283; 6:4:291-319; 7:1:329-337 (see also Economic History and Settlement of Converse County, Wyoming Bibliography)

Wallis, Alma A. (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Wallis, Bert 25:2:207; 27:2:233

Wallis, Burt 33:1:90; 37:1:113

Wallis, Jessa Eula (Mrs.) 9:2:701; 27:1:128 (see also Pioneer)

Wallis, Martha 26:2:112; 27:2:233

Wallis, Noah 42:1:66

Wallis, Oliver "Ollie" (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:233; 33:1:90

Wallop, Henry 32:1:76

Wallop, Malcolm (Senator) 64:1:24; 66:3:19, 64

Wallop, Oliver 40:2:252; 66:1&2:25; 66:4:28-29

Walls, W. L. 26:1:21

Waln boys 26:1:49

Walsh, David I. (U. S. Senator) 65:1:49

Walsh, J. T. 66:4:78

Walsh, Jno. 44:1:44

Walsh, Margaret (Mrs. Johnathan) 44:1:48

Walsh, Paddy 32:2:155

Walsh, Thomas J. 31:2:240

Walter, A. P. (U. S. Attorney) 64:2:57

Walter, Charles 41:1:19; 43:2:251

Walter, Henry 41:1:8-9

Walter, Madge Hardin (see Early Days and Indian Ways)

Walters, Ed 36:2:209

Walters, Ella 1:3:19

Walters, Everett (see Gold Rush Diary of Henry Tappan )

Walters, Joseph P. 24:2:88-89, 92

Walthall, Wilson 66:4:36

Waltman 39:1:113

Waltman, E. E. (Mrs.) 7:1:364 (see also Wyoming Birds)

Waltman, Wyoming 29:2:158

Walton 43:1:34

Walton, Alfred 32:1:68

Walton, Clyde C. (see An Illinois Gold Hunter in the Black Hills. The Diary of Jerry Bryan, March 13 to August 20, 1866)

Walton, Isaac 32:2:209

Walton, James 26:1:35

Walton, James H. 33:2:144; 37:1:113

Waltz, Henry C. 23:1:8, 17

Wanapitz 28:2:204, 207, 210; 30:1:72 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Wands, A. H. (Lieutenant) 36:1:53

Wanger, D. D. photo 15:1:28

Wanless (Colonel) 34:2:224

Wanless, Charles 64:2:51-52

Wanless, Frank 64:2:51

Wanless, John 17:1:80

Wanless, Marie 64:2:51

Wanless, Mary Keane 64:2:45, 51-52

Wapiti 4:4:381 (see also FIRSTS: Ranger Station)

Wapiti Lodge 45:1:19

war records 15:1:92

War Bonnet race 26:2:135

War Chief Joseph by Helen Addison Howard and Dan L. McGrath, review 33:1:110-111

War Department 17:2:104

War Drums and Wagon Wheels by Raymond W. Settle and Mary Lund Settle, review 38:2:241-242

War Eagle by James T. King, review 36:2:249-250

War Leader Woman 59:1:54 (see also Pawnee)

War of 1812 17:2:94-95

War on Powder River by Helena Huntingon Smith 65:4:25, 32-33

War on Powder River, the History of an Insurrection by Helena Huntington Smith, review 38:2:230-231

War-a-gi-ka 28:1:83 (see also Bannock)

Ward (Captain) 21:2/3:138

Ward (Corporal) 30:2:158

Ward and Bullock (sutlers) 17:1:17; 18:2:102-13, 112, 119

Ward, Barney 26:1:68; 26:2:151, 183

Ward, Don (see Bit of Silver)

Ward, Elija 26:1:78

Ward, Fay E. (see Cowboy at Work)

Ward, Frances 31:2:242

Ward, H. J. 31:2:176

Ward, Harriett Sherrill 31:2:242

Ward, Hazel 30:1:107-108; 30:2:225

Ward, J. O. (see Fort Fetterman)

Ward, John (Sheriff) 37:2:192; 44:1:102

Ward, John 15:3:248

Ward, Juanita 64:3/4:42

Ward, Orland W. (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Ward, Orlando (Major) 18:1:34

Ward, Sally 46:2:226 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Ward, Samuel (Colonel) 18:2:106

Ward, Seth E. 5:1:13-14; 13:4:237, 252-321; 15:4:403; 18:2:102-103, 106, 108-109, 111-113, 133; 27:2:131, 184, 188; 42:1:98 (see also Old Letter Book; Seth E. Ward)

Ward, Sherrill (see Journal of Sherrill Ward, Prairie Schooner Lady )

Ward, W. H. 38:1:97, 99

Ward, William Trowbridge 3:2:242

Wardell, John 22:2:28

Wardell, Thomas 19:1:25

Wardell’s (see RANCHES)

Warden, John A. (Brigadier General) 18:1:58

Warder, John (Reverend) 32:1:8, 15

Wardwell Field 64:3/4:7, 23

Ware (Captain) 18:2:106

Ware, C. Bennett (Reverend) 24:2:107

Ware, Eugene F. (Captain) 39:2:202, 207, 209-212, 214, 216, 220; 42:1:17, 23-25, 37 (see also Indian War of 1864)

Ware, Joseph E. 27:2:191; 32:2:167-168, 197; 42:1:101 (see also Emigrant’s Guide to California)

Warefield, J. A. 16:2:116

Waring, Charles 32:2:236-237

Warlow, Eugene A. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:233

Warm Springs 25:2:125; 27:2:190-19 (see also First Fifty Miles of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Wyoming’s Eastern Border to Warm Springs. Trek No. 20 of the Historical Trails Treks; Wagon Train Burned Near Warm Springs

Warm Springs by Paul Henderson, read by Grant Willson 42:1:100-102

Warm Springs Creek 30:1:6-7

Warm Springs Draw 28:1:41

Warm Springs Valley 25:2:132-133

Warm Valley 22:2:4, 8-9

Warn, Jack 8:3:602

Warne, William 64:1:25

Warner, J. Laird 30:1:60

Warner, Robert 64:1:24

Waro 16:2:135 (see also Ute)

Warraksash (see Redstone)

Warren 9:3:738

Warren, A. 36:2:218

Warren and Wetmore 66:1&2:28

Warren, Edward J. 9:3:738; 13:4:347

Warren Expedition 7:1:34

Warren, Francis E. (Mrs.) 5:4:161

Warren, Francis Emory (Governor; U. S. Senator) 1:4:20; 2:4:78; 11:4:248-250; 12:1:11-12; 15:2:1431-149; 16:1:51, 54; 16:2:152-154, 158, 160-161; 17:1:13; 18:1:4, 34; 18:2:139, 160-161; 19:1:18, 22, 30; 19:2:110, 133; 20:1:3-49, 123, 152, 154; 24:2:26-28, 33, 35; 26:1:35-36; 28:1:7, 9; 30:2:145; 33:2:144; 35:1:37, 51, 79; 35:2:163; 37:1:6-7, 12, 35, 38, 50, 54, 56-57; 37:2:159, 204; 39:2:177, 179; 40:1:50, 63-64, 66; 41:1:107, 109; 42:1:64; 43:1:7, 60; 44:1:102; 64:1:11, 22, 24, 27; 65:4:25, 32-33; photo 66:3:32, 44-45, 56; 66:4:27 (see also A Taft Republican: Senator Francis E. Warren and National Politics; FIRSTS: Governor of Wyoming; Governor Francis E. Warren, a Champion of Woman Suffrage; RANCHES)

Warren, Frankie 37:1:52

Warren, Fred 17:1:84

Warren, Frederick E. 11:4:300

Warren, Gouverneur K. (Lieutenant) 7:1:340-343; 28:1:4-5; 38:1:94; 42:1:39 (see also Bonneville’s Expedition to Rocky Mountains, 1832-36)

Warren, J. E. 36:1:80, 85

Warren, J. L. 22:1:86, 89-90

Warren, Joe 19:1:60

Warren Livestock Company 21:1:99; 40:1:67; 64:2:37; 65:4:58

Warrington, Clare (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Warthen, Slim 34:2:145

Wasatch Passes 22:2:69

Wasatch Stock and Grazing Company 23:2:50

Wasburg, Goodwin 42:1:96

Waschman, Virginia (Mrs.) 1:3:8; 33:2:172-173

Wasechun-Tashunka (see American Horse)

Washakie by Grace Raymond Hebard 26:2:174

Washakie (Chief) 4:2:296-298; 8:1:518-519; 11:1:30-31; 19:2:66; 22:1:33-36; 22:2:9, 17, 88; 23:1:20; photo 25:1:140, 146, 189; 27:1:66-67, 62-74, 79-80, 82, 84, 86; 27:2:200, 202-203, 209; 28:1:83, 88; 28:2:193, 204, 207; 29:1:88-89, 96, 100; 29:2:139, 152, 201, 211-213, 218-219, 221, 225; 30:1:54, 56-57, 59-61, 66, 72, 76, 81, 83; photo 30:2:143; 31:1:33; 31:2:224; 33:1:23-24, 26, 31-32, 30-39; 34:1:50; 34:2:238; photo 36:1:34, 35-42; 39:1:115, 120, 122, 124, 215; 39:2:245; 40:1:123-124; 42:1:46; 46:2:223, 225-226; 47:1:65, 67; 50:1:152; 51:1:105; 53:2:45, 48-50, photo 51, 52-59, 54, 61; 56:1:2, photo 3, 6, 9; 59:2:30-32, 34; 63:3:83, photo 91, 92 (see also Indian Chief Washakie’s Obituary; Notes on the Early Life of Chief Washakie, Taken Down by Captain Ray; Shoshone (Eastern)); Washakie; Washakie National Forest)

Washakie, Charles photo 22:2:2, 3, 7, 9-11; 24:2:117 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Washakie County 31:1:47; 35:2:130, 175; 42:1:44-56

Washakie County Historical Society 30:2:222

Washakie County Library 27:2:233

Washakie, Ellen Hereford photo 22:2:2-11; 24:2:117 (see also Ellen Lewis Hereford Washakie of the Shoshones; Shoshone (Eastern))

Washakie National Forest 4:2:277-295 (see also Brief History of the Washakie National Forest and Some Experiences of a Ranger)

Washaws 26:2:152

Washbaugh, Charles S. 31:2:234

Washbough, George 35:2:129

Washburn, Bernard 27:1:113

Washburn, Henry D. (General) 15:2:108-116; 29:2:125, 138, 141

Washburn-Langford-Doane party 34:2:170

Washburn, N. D. 17:2:125

Washikick 25:2:146 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Washington (D. C.) Post newspaper 66:4:37

Washington (of the Araphao) photo 53:2:59 (see also Arapaho)

Washington (of the Ute ) 16:2:89 (see also Ute)

Washington (state) 66:4:15

Washington, B. F. 32:2:178, 180-181

Washington County, Utah Territory 26:2:157, 165

Washington, D. C. 26:1:20; 26:2:114, 192; 65:1:8, 53; 65:4:29, 51, 61; 66:3:39, 44, 60; 66:4:24

Washington Farmer 43:2:166, 203

Washington, George 66:3:31

Washington lode 40:2:228, 231

Washington State Historical Society 5:4:163

Washington State University 65:4:47

Washington State University Libraries 65:1:53

Washington Territory 28:1:80; 65:4:27

Washington Union Coal Company 25:2:192

Washington Utes 16:2:89 (see also Ute)

Washita battle 46:1:23

Washoe 27:1:85-86

Washoe Silver Mines 32:1:32

Waskie Station 33:2:205, photo 206, 207-208

Waskie Station by Jerry Felton 33:2:208

WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) 64:3/4:19-20; 66:3:11

Wass, Samuel 3:3:191-192

Wassahu 26:2:183, 185 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Wassels (General) 30:2:142

Wasserman 37:1:67

Wassung, C. P. 19:2:106; 43:1:99

Watche namp 26:1:78 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Water Committee 26:1:53

Water in the West: The Bureau of Reclamation, 1902-1927 by Michael C. Robinson, review 52:1:65-66

water rights 29:2:156; 59:1:15 (see also Same Decision, Different Results?: Indian Water Rights and the Wind River Case; Cultural Roots of Indian Water Rights)

water shed 2:1:14

water supply 18:1:35-47; 21:2/3:203-205; 26:2:111

water wheel photo 41:2:page following 202

Water Works System 15:2:147

Waterberry, W. M. (First Lieutenant) 44:2:160

Waterloo, Iowa 65:1:44

Waterman, J. C. (Colonel) 18:1:57

Waters, A. W. (Comrade) 44:1:19

Waters, E. C. 66:4:49-50, 52, 54

Waters, Frank 22:1:84 (see also Pumpkin Seed Point)

Waters, Lydia Milner 40:1:36; 40:2:195, 215, 218; 42:2:192, 205, 210

Waters of the Weeping Buffalo 20:2:159

Waters, William Elkanah 29:1:89

Wating [sic] for the Roundup to Start cover photo by W. J. Carpenter 65:4:3, 8

Watkins, Arthur V. 66:3:54

Watkins, E. C. 28:1:30

Watkins, George 64:1:2-4

Watkins, George T. (III) 65:4:21, 24, 32

Watkins, Harriet 35:2:141-142

Watkins, Jack 4:3:346

Watkins, John A. (Doctor) 35:2:141, 149

Watkins, John C. (Doctor) 37:2:155-156

Watkins, Mary 35:2:141-144

Watson 34:1:104

Watson, Beau 29:1:43; 43:2:206

Watson, D. R. (Reverend) 65:1:24, 30

Watson, Ella 15:1:49; 44:1:10; 64:3/4:50, 53-56; 65:4:27, 41 (see also Cattle Kate; Wyoming Lynching of Cattle Kate, 1889)

Watson, Elmo Scott 2:3:60

Watson, Henry (Mrs.) 27:2:240

Watson, John M. 7:3:443-444; 7:4:484 (see also Military Service in Mexico)

Watson, Judson P. 27:2:233

Watson, Phil 64:3/4:54-55

Watson, William J. 31:2:158-159, 188; 32:2:184

Watt, Arlene (Mrs. Joe) 66:4:36

Watt Cabin (Big Horn National Forest) 66:1&2:72

Watt, Howard S. 27:2:233

Watt, Joe 64:1:22; 66:4:36

Watt, Joe H. (Mrs.) 21:2/3:228; 23:2:62

Watt Stage Stop 31:2:199

Wattles 6:4:303; 24:1:76

Watts, A. E. 1:4:20; 2:1:20; 2:2:39; 2:3:60; 3:1:109; 5:2:77; 5:2&3:119

Watts, Clyde 20:1:93

Watts, Frank 37:1:104

Watts, Joseph 9:2:695

Watts, S. F. 13:1:76

Watts, Stubbins (farm) 33:2:174

Watts, Wilber J. 24:12:5

Waugh, H. H. 28:2:131, 133

Waver, William H. 20:1:65

Way, George R. 16:1:78-79

Way West by Peter Hassrick 65:4:19

Wayne County 43:2:218

Wayne, John 65:4:75

Wayo, Alexander (Mrs.) 7:4:483

Wayside Inn 65:1:7

Way’s Gulch 16:1:79-80

Waxham, Ethel (see Lady’s Choice: Ethel Waxham’s Journal & Letters,1905-1910)

weapons 5:2&3:108-110

Wear, David W. (Colonel) 15:2:124

Weasel Bear 28:1:39; 39:2:261 (see also Cheyenne)

weather office 2:4:72 (see also weather station)

weather station (see Cheyenne Weather Station; FIRSTS: weather observed for Wyoming; First Weather Bureau Established in Wyoming Territory)

Weather, May 31:1:18

Weaver, David 36:2:214, 218, photo 219

Weaver, James B. (General) 37:2:195; 40:1:63; 66:3:31, 34

Weaver, W. S. 20:1:65

Webb (Lieutenant) 16:1:39

Webb (Mrs. Lou) 33:1:55

Webb (see RANCHES)

Webb 20:2:133

Webb, Anita 33:1:69

Webb, Dorothy 65:4:29

Webb, Frances Seely 24:1:96-98; 27:2:233; 28:2:187; 29:2:177; 30:1:51-52; 32:2:207-209, 234; 37:1:121; 39:1:109 (see also Early Cheyenne Homes)

Webb, George 35:2:207

Webb, J. Early 27:2:233; 31:2:194

Webb, Joe 31:2:191-194, 199

Webb, Lou 31:1:63; 31:2:194; 33:2:183

Webb, Samuel, Jr. 23:1:79, 81, 83-85, 87-91, 93

Webb, Stella (Kirtley, Mrs. O. U.)

Webb, Stewart (Doctor) 23:2:51

Webb, Vanderbilt 42:2:154, 156; 44:2:243

Webb, Walter Prescott 20:2:131; 64:3/4:49, 60

Webber (Sergeant) 30:2:158

Webber, N. T. 17:1:79; 21:2/3:211; 33:1:79-80

Webber, Rachel Boyd (Mrs. C. W.) 33:1:80

Weber, Canyon 22:2:59

Weber River 26:2:164

Weber Station 26:2:145-161

Weber Utes 26:2:172; 28:2:203-204; 29:1:87; 29:2:213, 225; 30:1:78 (see also Ute)

Webster and Platte 35:2:137

Webster, B. M., Jr. 43:1:42

Webster, Billy 20:2:172

Webster, D. L. (Sergeant) 39:1:109

Webster, John 15:1:44

Webster, Kimball 31:2:180; 32:2:198, 224

Webster, Oliver V. 15:2:181

Webster, Rufus D. (Reverend) 24:2:107-108

Webster, Samuel 32:1:47

Webster, T. G. 9:3:740

Webster, T. J. 18:1:88; 21:2/3:202; 33:2:140, 143, 146-147

Wedemeyer (Wedemyer), Bertha 16:2:162, photo 163; 37:1:30, photo 31

Wedemeyer, Maria 16:2:163; 37:1:30, photo 31

Weeahyukee 28:2:207 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Weedin, Netta Ann 26:2:135

Weekly Boomerang 35:1:98 (see also Laramie Weekly Boomerang)

Weekly Rocky Mountain Star 35:1:96

Weekly Sentinel 34:1:65; 34:2:208; 35:1:98

Weekly Sun 33:2:142

Weeks Brothers 26:2:164

Weeks, Edward 32:2:269

Weerango 28:2:207 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Wegerman, Carroll photo 38:2:142, 143, 146-147, 149, 151, 153, 155, 157-158, 161-162, 166-168

Weich, Hannah 36:2:240

Weidener, Charles 66:1&2:28 (see also Classicism in A Boomtown: The Architecture of Garbutt, Weidener, and Sweeney in 1920s Casper; Garbutt, Weidener and Sweeney)

Weir (Mrs.) 65:1:19

Weir, Charles G. 14:4:316

Weir, Thomas B. (Captain) 36:2:180

Weir, William B. (First Lieutenant) 16:2:118, 123, 126, 129-130, 145

Weiser 36:2:140

Weiser, Phil 26:1:64

Welch, Bonnie (Mrs.) 25:1:80

Welch, Ethel 3:1:111

Welch, J. M. 26:1:64

Welch miners 19:1:26

Welch, Tom 29:1:46

Welch, Warren W. 33:2:220

Welcome and History of Arlington by L. E. Dixon 33:1:92-95

Welcome to the Wind River Reservation by Clyde W. Hobbs 40:1:122-124

Weld County 65:4:29, 32

Welke, James 64:1:25; 66:4:33

Wellesley (Boston, Massachusetts) 66:1&2:45

Welling, Wyoming 27:1:21

Wellman, George 34:1:97

Wellman, George A. 35:2:150; 38:1:70

Wellman, George R. 65:4:29, 32

Wells (Major) 18:2:108

Wells, Billy 22:2:36, 39

Wells, Charles E. (see Charles E. Wells Music Company)

Wells, Charlie 28:2:176

Wells, Charlotte 30:1:92

Wells, Daniel H. 16:1:30, 32; 26:2:159; 32:1:19

Wells, Ed 24:2:25-26; 28:2:176

Wells, Edmund 44:1:53

Wells Fargo and Company 32:1:30; 34:2:236; 36:1:85; 43:2:191; 44:1:34, 37; 44:2:285

Wells, Kenneth (Doctor) 28:1:25

Wells, L. M. (Mrs.) 5:4:163

Wells, N. E. 26:2:219

Wells, N. W. 43:2:208

Wells, Oliver (Captain) 27:2:145, 149

Wells, William S. "Billy" 45:1:10

Weln, George 66:1&2:9

Wels, Susan (see America Then and Now)

Welsch, Roger (see Sod Walls: The Story of the Nebraska Sod House)

Welsh, C. H. (Doctor) 26:2:129

Welter, Henry 44:1:92-93

Welty, F. H. (Doctor) 20:1:59

Welty, Frank A. (Mrs.) 26:1:92

Welty, Frederick W. 38:2:200

Wendover, Wyoming 23:1:44

Wendt, Harold J. 9:3:764

Wentworth (Superintendent) 28:2:198

Wentworth, Edward N. (Colonel) 13:2:157; 14:4:328; 24:1:24, 36; 27:2:233 (see also American Sheep Trails; Cattle and Men)

Weppner, Joseph S. (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Weppner, Joseph S. 21:2/3:223; 23:2:58; 24:2:114; 25:1:64, 70-71; 27:1:19-21, 24; 27:2:185, 233; 28:1:48-49

Weppner, Linda 66:1&2:4

We-rat-ze-mon-a-gen 30:1:72 (see also Bannock)

We-ra-yoo 27:1:82 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Wergeland, Agnes M. 66:3:6-7

Werlen, John 26:1:64

Werner, George, Sr. 27:2:233

Werner, M. R. (see Teapot Dome)

Werntz, Ed. S. (Doctor) 24:1:4

Wesche, E. 2:4:79

Weslager, C. A. (see Log Cabin in America: From Pioneer Days to the Present)

Wessels, Henry (Lieutenant Colonel) 42:1:91

Wessels, W. H. (H. W.) 17:1:11; 18:1:55

Wessels, William L. (see also Born to be a Soldier: The Military Career of William Wing Loring)

West (Captain) 36:2:181

West (poem) by Loujincy Polk 26:2:139

West as America (exhibit) 66:4:6

West by E. A. Brininstool 12:3:219

West, C. F. 27:2:233

West Coast 66:3:17

West First Street (Lusk, Wyoming) 66:4:15

West First Street (Casper, Wyoming) 64:3/4:11

West Fork of Wind River in Fremont County photo 4:2:128

West Galattin 14:4:289

West, George B. 26:1:60, 64

West Indies 66:1&2:48

West, J. E. (see J. E. West and Company)

West, Judy 64:3/4:4

West of William H. Ashley edited by Dale L. Morgan, review 36:2:242-243

West, Raymond B. 24:2:99

West Side Mining Company by Clarence T. Johnston (see also West Fork of Wind River in Fremont County photo) 7:4:449-459

West Side School 26:2:111

West, T. H. 45:2:258

West Tensleep Creek 30:1:9

West Tensleep Lake 30:1:9

West Thumb (Yellowstone National Park) 66:4:50, 53

West Virginia 66:3:40

West, William (Private) 32:2:229, 231

West Yellowstone, Montana 66:3:14; 66:4:55-56

Westerfield, James 31:2:149

westering 65:2/3:15

Westermeier, Clifford P. 22:2:91-103, 110 (see also Cowboy Capers; Man, Beast, Dust: The Story of Rodeo; review of Island in the Rockies: The History of Grand County, Colorado to 1930; Trailing the Cowboy; Who Rush to Glory)

Western America by Dr. LeRoy R. Hafen 65:2/3:11

Western Americana 66:4:29-30, 33

Western battle 18:1:11

Western Civil War of Incorporation 65:4:23

Western Exploration Company 22:1:81

Western Extension mine 44:1:49

Western Frontier Library 65:4:28

Western Ghost Town Shadows by Lambert Florin, review 37:1:131-132

Western History Association (WHA) 65:2/3:14; 65:4:61; 66:3:10; 66:4:24

Western History class (University of Wyoming) 66:3:2

Western Holding Company 41:2:189, 192

Western Incidents Connected with the Union Pacific Railroad by Silas Seymour, review 42:2:280-281

Western Literature Association 65:4:47

Western National Life Insurance Company 41:2:189, 191-192

Western Radio Corporation 43:1:23-24

Western Railroad Songs by Kieth and Rusty McNeil 66:4:68

Western Reserve Eclectic Institute (Ohio) 66:3:31 (a.k.a. Hiram College)

Western State College (Gunnison, Colorado) 66:3:29; 66:4:40

Western Trails 22:1:82

Western Transit Company 64:3/4:20

Western Union Beef Company 14:4:316-318

Western Washington University 65:4:47

Western women’s history 66:3:4

Western World 17:1:57

Western Wyoming College 66:4:78

Westerner’s Hall of Fame 17:2:91

Westerward the Briton by Robert G. Athearn, review 26:1:103-104

Westfall, Elizabeth 30:2:211 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Westfall, James "Jim" 30:2:211 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Westfall, Sammy 30:2:211 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Westfall, Willie 30:2:211 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Westinghouse Broadcasting Company 30:1:106; 30:2:22

Weston County 4:4:386, 396-401; 5:5:397; 21:2:148; 34:1:13, 21, 30; 35:2:130; 66:3:34

Weston, Daphne (Mrs. Perry D.) 27:1:115; 27:2:233; 30:1:106

Weston, Harry 26:1:21

Westport, Missouri 23:1:100

Westward America (painting) by W. H. Jackson

Westward to Promontory by Barry B. Combs, review 42:1:125-126

Wetmore, A. 15:3:307

Wettlin, H. G. (Mr. and Mrs.) 28:2:142

Weybright, V. (see Buffalo Bill and Wild West)

Weyler, Butcher 20:2:153

Whalen Canyon (Whalon) 14:4:316; 28:2:125

Whalen, R. 17:1:56

Whalen, Richard 12:2:148

Whaples, F. A. (Doctor) 26:1:21

Wharton, Edith 66:1&2:32

Whatcom County, Washington Territory 19:2:70

What’s New About the New Western History by Dr. Sherry L. Smith 66:4:4-5, 77

wheat (see Redcross and Turkey Red)

Wheat, Carl Irving 37:2:211, 217

Wheatland Colony 8:1:520-523; 8:2:546-554; 20:1:37-38 (see also Studies in the Settlement and Economic Development of Wyoming)

Wheatland Congregational Church 65:1:27

Wheatland High School 27:2:233

Wheatland Industrial Company 35:1:25

Wheatland project 1:4:11

Wheatland Times (Wyoming) newspaper 66:1&2:9

Wheatland World 18:1:86, 88; 65:1:27, 30

Wheatland, Wyoming 16:1:64; 26:1:35; 33:2:214; 34:2:169; photo 35:1:24; 43:1:71; 43:2:264; 66:1&2:8; 66:3:11

Wheatland’s First Church by Virginia Cole Trenholm photo 29:1:2, 3-31

Wheatley, James 36:1:64-65

Wheaton, Frank (Brigadier General) 16:1:13

Wheeler, Eva Floy 5:2&3:121; 13:3:170 (see also Mary G. Bellamy, Wyoming’s First Woman Legislator; Wyoming Writers)

Wheeler, George Montague (Lieutenant) 43:1:113-124

Wheeler, H. J. (Mrs.) 20:1:92

Wheeler, Hall and Jeffers Stamp Mill 40:2:237

Wheeler, Homer W. (Lieutenant; Colonel) 1:4:20; 28:1:37; 45:1:102 (see also Reminiscences of Old Fort Washakie)

Wheeler-Howard Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) 66:3:50-53, 56, 64

Wheeler, Jimmy (see Wheeler’s dance hall and saloon)

Wheeler, Mate N. 28:2:167

Wheeler, Nate 32:2:223

Wheeler, Olin D. 17:2:144; 65:1:44

Wheeler, William E. 9:3:741

Wheeler’s dance hall and saloon 34:1:25

Wheeling, Robert 27:2:146

Wheels West by Homer Croy, review 28:1:104-105

Wheelwright, John "Shorty" photo 28:2:152, 154-155; 30:2:177

Whelan (Lieutenant) photo 30:2:130

Whellock, C. H. 29:2:181

When Grass was King by W. Turrenntine Jackson, Maurice Frink, and Agnes Wright Spring 29:1:116-117; 65:4:32

Where the Laramie Flows by Thomas J. Bryant 6:1&2:214-215

Where the Old West Stayed Young by John Rolfe Burroughs, review 36:1:117-118

Where the Paintbrush Grows (poem) by Laura Allyn Ekstrom 22:1:96

Whetstone 43:2:246, 248; 44:21:163

Whetstone, Daniel W. (see also Frontier Editor)

Whigam, Gymaina (Mrs.) 38:2:174

Whilford, William (Private) 27:2:172

Whipple, E. 32:1:52

Whipple, I. C. 18:2:152; 64:2:37; 65:1:32

Whipple, J. C. 23:2:36

Whirlwind 26:2:122; 37:1:89; 39:2:205; 43:2:249 (see also Sioux)

whiskey 29:2:198, 200; 41:1:119 (see also Back in the Moonshine Days; Green River whiskey; liquor)

Whiskey Gap 16:1:76; 23:2:6; 44:2:147, 273

Whisler, Virgil 2:1:20

Whistler, Whetstone "Traveler" 43:2:246, 249

Whitaker, Dugald (Mrs.) 21:2/3:229, 231-233

Whitaker, John (Mrs.) 24:2:116

Whitaker, Raymond B. 45:2:198-199, 210, 217

Whitaker, Rogers E. M. 64:1:24

Whitcomb (cattleman) 17:1:56

Whitcomb, E. W. 13:1:64; 19:2:131; 23:1:8; 28:1:47; 42:2:261; 45:2:149, 147, 157, 159

Whitcomb, Lot (Captain) 21:2/3:138, 161

White (Captain) 21:2/3:138, 162

White (Doctor) 40:1:31

White (Lieutenant) 16:2:95

White 25:1:5

White, A. S. H. 30:1:72

White, Addie 34:1:21

White, Al (see Reminiscences of Al White)

White, Ashton S. H. 43:1:75

White Bear 41:2:194 (see also Sioux)

White Bell (mare) (see HORSES AND MARES)

White Buffalo Maiden 59:1:54 (see also Sioux)

White Bull (of the Arapaho) 46:1:21 (see also Arapaho)

White Bull (of the Sioux) 38:2:224 (see also Sioux)

White, C. F. 30:2:209

White, C. M. 15:1:42

White Cap(s) 17:1:75; 65:4:5

White, Charles A. 34:2:181-182, 189

White, Clara 30:1:92

White Creek, Wyoming 16:1:72

White Eagle 39:1:135; 47:2:143 (see also Pawnee)

White, E. E. 33:2:209

White, Edward (Reverend) 24:2:109

White, Edward D. 37:2:193

White, Elizah 1:1:5

White Elk 28:1:31

White Elk, Peter 49:1:13-14, 17 (see also Sioux)

White Eye 26:2:174; 27:1:72, 74, 77, 80; 30:1:86 (see also Ute)

White Fawn 18:2:128 (see also Sioux)

White Flower (see Mini-aku)

White, Frank G. (see Valuable Relics Presented to State Museum)

White, Hattie photo 17:2:148

White, Hayden M. 32:2:216

White, Helen McCann (see Ho! For the Gold Fields! Northern Overland Wagon Trains of the 1860s)

White, Herson 34:1:17-18, 21

White Horse (of the Arapaho) 28:1:59; (squaw) 29:1:53 (see also Arapaho)

White Horse (of the Crow) 43:1:75 (see also Crow)

White Horse Rapids 22:1:76

White House 66:1&2:28, 30; 66:3:36, 44, 60

White House Talks 8:2:563

White Indian Boy by Howard R. Driggs 23:2:58

White, Irma (see review of Songs of the Sage; review of Second Man)

White, J. F. "Sam" 26:2:137-138

White, J. S. 33:1:100

White, Jim 18:2:129

White, John G. 4:3:367; 4:4:408 (see also Souvenir of Wyoming)

White Knife 29:1:97 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

White, Laura A. 66:3:24 (see also Tribute to Doctor Hebard)

White, Lonnie J. (see Hostiles and Horse Soldiers: Indian Battles and Campaigns of the West)

White Man Runs Them 14:1:51 (see also Crow)

White Man’s Book of Heaven 21:2/3:173

White Man’s Friend or Son 26:2:172-173, 175, 177, 179-180 (see also Snake Indians)

White, Philo (see Philo White’s Narrative of a Cruize in the Pacific to South America and California on the U.S. Sloop-of-War "Dale" 1841-1843)

White, Richard 66:4:4-5

White River (Nebraska) 17:1:11; 17:2:149

White River (see RANCHES)

White River 16:2:91, 95-96, 100, 102, 107, 116, 123, 136-137, 142

White River Agency 3:1:89-93; 16:1:75, 77, 78; 16:2:87-102, 113-117, 126; 18:1:19 (see also Meeker massacre; Some Recollections of an Old Freighter)

White River Post 16:2:143; 27:1:3, 9-11, 14, 73, 75

White River saddle tree 26:1:29

White River Utes 16:2:117 (see also Ute)

White Rock Agency 16:2:130

White, Simon 18:1:77-78

White, Stewart Edward 23:1:52 (see also Long Rifle)

White, Thomas E. (see Portugee Phillips’ Ride; Fort Laramie’s Historic Hog Ranch; review of John Hunton’s Dairy: Wyoming Territory, Volume 6, 1885-1889)

White Valley 23:1:6

White, William 15:2:172; 33:2:132 (see also William White and Sons; William White Company of Glasgow)

White Wolf 41:2:213, 217-219 (see also Arapaho)

Whitebread, Margaret 1:3:20

Whitehead Block 12:4:324; 39:1:9

Whitehead, James R. 1:2:7; 12:4:323-324; 13:1:77; 22:1:32; photo 39:1:6, 9, 15, 30 (see also Whitehead Block)

Whitehouse (Doctor) 36:2:196-197

Whitehouse (Mrs.) 36:2:197

Whitehouse 19:2:107

Whitehouse, A. W. 42:1:63

Whitehouse and Palmer 36:2:195

Whitehouse and Stokes 36:2:195

Whiteley, A. R. 37:1:35

Whiteley, Philip W. (Doctor) 27:1:113; 27:2:239

Whitely, Simeon 46:1:12

Whiteman, Geneva 28:1:24

White-Man-Runs-Him 54:2:6 (see also Crow)

Whiteside, Hugh 6:3:262

Whiteside, J. R. 23:1:8

Whiteside, James (see Regulating Danger: The Struggle for Mine Safety in the Rocky Mountain Coal Industry)

Whitesides, Hugh 26:2:122; 37:1:89-90

Whitewash 41:2:194 (see also Sioux)

Whitfield, J. W. (Major) 33:2:225; 46:1:20

Whiting, Belle (Mrs.) 26:2:111

Whitlock, James 25:2:118

Whitman, Marcus (Doctor) 1:1:5; 1:3:4; 17:2:101; 21:2/3:173; 22:2:52; 27:1:4; 27:2:178; 30:1:46; 33:2:164; 35:2:203; 43:2:271; 44:1:84

Whitman, Narcissa Prentiss (Mrs. Marcus) 1:1:5; 17:2:101-102; 19:1:33; 21:2/3:173; 25:1:62-63; 27:1:4; 27:2:178; 29:1:68; 30:1:47; 43:2:216, 220; 44:2:283 (see also Great Command. The Story of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman and the Oregon Country Pioneers; Narcissa Whitman; Spalding, Mrs. H. H.)

Whitman, Perrin 43:2:271

Whitman-Spalding 22:2:52

Whitman’s Mission 17:2:103

Whitmell, Charles T. 15:2:114

Whitmire, Olive 33:1:67

Whitney (Doctor) 8:4:636

Whitney (Private) 27:1:51

Whitney, Asa 18:1:5

Whitney, Fred, Jr. 26:2:215

Whitney, G. W. (Mrs.) 14:1:22

Whitney, Horace K. 21:2/3:121

Whitney, Utah (see History of Whitney, Utah)

Whitson, C. 19:2:101

Whittaker, H. L. (Brigadier General) 18:12:58

Whittenburg, Clarice 26:2:109-118, 232; 27:1:117; 27:2:333; 28:2:209; 29:1:121; 30:2:222-223 (see First Ninety Years; Portrait of an "Ordinary" Woman, Eliza Steward Boyd; Wyoming’s People)

Whittington, C. O. (Mrs.) 10:3:144

Whittington, Minnie 35:2:142

Whittlesey, Elisha, Esq . 26:1:80

Whittlesey, Lee H., Cows All Over the Place 66:4:42-57, photo 57

Whittlesey, Tamela (Mrs. Lee H.) 66:4:57

Whittlesey, Tess (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.) 66:4:57

Who are the Westerners? by Wallace Stegner 65:4:19

Who Rush to Glory by C. P. Westermeier, review 31:1:113-114

Whoop-Up Country by P. F. Sharp, review 28:1:110-112

Who’s Who in America 66:3:2

Why a Pioneer? By Frank Tschirgi 40:2:241-266

Why the Meadowlark was Chosen the State Bird of Wyoming by Hazel Harper Sample Picket 8:1:515-518

Wichita 47:2:143, 148

Wickersham, Orpha (Miss) 27:2:233

Wickwire, B. F. 24:2:98

Widdowfield (Sheriff) 20:1:73

Wiederanders, Ted 25:1:74, 77

Wiessner, Fritz 28:1:15

Wiggins, O. P. 6:1&2:239-240

Wight, J. L. 31:1:57

Wight, Jermy Benton Frederick W. Lander and the Lander Trail, review 66:3:78-79

Wiker, W. K. 24:2:3, 7

Wilber (Colonel) 19:1:52

Wilcox (Captain) 12:1:46

Wilcox, Arizona 66:4:78

Wilcox, Charles photo 15:1:28

Wilcox, E. M. 4:3:366

Wilcox, John 15:1:8, 11-12, 14, photo 28

Wilcox, Josephine 23:2:49

Wilcox, L. A. 19:1:43

Wilcox, L. T. 21:2/3:207

Wilcox, T. Paul photo 13:2:104

Wilcox train robbery 15:1:66 (see also Wild Bunch; Wilcox, Wyoming)

wild game 25:1:90

wild life 2:1:18

Wild Bill and Deadwood by Mildred Fielder, review 38:1:128-129

Wild Bill Hickock (see Hickock, James Butler)

Wild Bunch 29:2:160; 30:1:1:17, 22, 27; 31:2:52-57 (see also Cassidy, Butch; Hole-in-the-Wall Gang; Longabaugh, Harry)

Wild Bunch by F. Bruce Lamb, review 66:1&2:58

Wild Cat Sam 32:1:75, 99 (see also Abernathy, Sam)

Wild Rose Station (see Dug Springs Station)

Wild West by Don Russell, review 43:1:148-149

Wildcat River 16:1:74

Wilde, A. E. 21:2/3:241

Wilde, Joe (Mrs.) 17:1:10

Wilde, Joseph "Joe" 1:4:20; 34:2:163, 165-167; 18:2:130; 43:2:262

Wilder, F. J. 1:3:19

Wilder, Wilber 66:4:52, 54

Wilderness Kingdom. Journals and Paintings of Father Nicholas Point translated and introduced by Joseph P. Donnely, S. J., review 40:2:291

Wilderness Society 30:1:7

Wildhorse River 16:1:74

Wiley Ditch 24:2:88

Wiley, Lucille B. (Mrs.) 27:2:233; 30:1:106, 108, 111; 45:2:188

Wiley Project 38:1:77 (see also gravel chute and storage bins photo; heading of No. 2 Tunnel photo)

Wiley, Solon L. 24:2:88; 38:1:77

Wilford Woodruff, His Life and Labors 21:2/3:120

Wilgus, Robert (Lieutenant) 64:3/4:43

Wilhelm, D. C. 20:1:92; 24:2:114; 25:1:96-97

Wilhelm, Fulton 26:2:215

Wilhelm, Leo 37:2:223

Wilhelm, Nedalyn 37:2:223

Wilkerson, Annie 39:2:181

Wilkerson, Ernest 45:2:213

Wilkerson, Perce 35:2:153

Wilkerson, W. F. 24:1:4

Wilkes, Frane (Mrs.) 29:1:39

Wilke’s map (1841) 37:2:220

Wilkie 17:1:74

Wilkins, Edness Kimball 27:2:233; 28:2:186-190, 192, 209, 212; 29:1:73-78; 30:1:51-52, 111; 30:2:222-224; 31:2:232-233; 33:2:217, 219; 38:1:102, 117; 39:1:128, 134, 147 (see also President’s Message to the Wyoming State Historical Society)

Wilkins, Thurman (see Clarence King )

Wilkinson, J. A. 42:1:27, 31, 37-38

Wilkinson, Maholn 44:1:66

Willamette Valley (Oregon) 17:2:103

Willan Company 36:2:194-195

Willan, Jack Douglas 33:1:47; 36:2:193; 42:1:63-64

Willard, Cap 45:2:168

Willard, Fred 45:2:167-168

Willard, James F. 6:4:324

Willey, Irven 27:2:233

Willey, Salon 7:2:374

Willford, Carl (Mrs.) 31:2:235

Willford, Carl 27:2:233

Willford, Maude Jones (Mrs.) 27:2:233

William, Douglas 1:2:6

William, Jack 10:4:187

William Robertson Coe Distinguished Prof. of American Studies 66:3:10

William W. Wylie Collection 65:1:52

William White and Sons: 33:2:132

William White Company of Glasgow 33:2:128-129

Williams (band director) 26:1:56

Williams (soldier) 30:2:158

Williams 19:2:85

Williams, A. T. 21:2/3:207-208

Williams, Al (Mrs.) 14:2:163

Williams, Alfred R. 8:3:602; 27:2:233

Williams, Allen (see Allen Williams and Winona)

Williams, Arthur (Colonel) 18:1:56; 41:1:64

Williams, B. F. 19:2:102

Williams, Beatrice (Corporal) 63:3/4:41

Williams, Bill (Mrs.) 33:1:93

Williams, Bill 23:1:56, 63; 33:1:93

Williams, Birdie (Mrs.) 32:2:256

Williams, Boots 22:2:29

Williams, Charley 16:2:138

Williams, Chester 41:1:63-65

Williams, Constant (Captain) 38:1:39, 49

Williams, Corrine 6:1&2:241

Williams, Cy 37:1:90

Williams, Earl 41:1:64

Williams, Edith 33:1:74; 41:1:63, 65

Williams, Edward W. 7:3:444

Williams, Ezekiel 21:2/3:181-183

Williams, G. (Lieutenant Colonel) 18:1:57

Williams, Harry 28:2:164; 41:1:64

Williams, Hattie 41:1:64

Williams, Henry "Hank" 40:2:257

Williams, J. T. (Mrs.) 10:1:40

Williams, James L. (Reverend) 24:2:105

Williams, James P. (see review of Cedar Mountain to Antietam)

Williams, Jennie Winona (see Allen Williams and Winona)

Williams, Jesse 20:2:174

Williams, John (Private) 27:2:172

Williams, John 15:3:248

Williams, Johnnie Belle (see Gathering of Zion)

Williams, Johnny 24:2:26

Williams, Joseph 27:2:176; 40:2:207; 42:2:222

Williams, L. O. 18:2:163; 26:2:215

Williams, Loren 23:2:63

Williams, Margaret Keyer (Mrs. Dick) 41:1:64

Williams, Mollie E. 10:1:43

Williams, O. T. B. 9:3:731; 33:2:140

Williams, R. Roy 27:2:233

Williams, Rachel 41:1:64

Williams, Roger 33:1:42

Williams, Roger T. 19:1:27

Williams, Stella 41:1:64

Williams, T. S. 26:2:176

Williams, Thomas (Brevette Major) 35:1:5-6, 8, 12-13, 15, 18-19

Williams, Thomas 21:2/3:136

Williams, Valina A. (Mrs.) 22:2:55; (diary) 30:2:200; 40:2:206, 210; 42:2:199, 217; 65:2/3:18-20, 22, 24 (see also Williams, Vilina A.)

Williams, W. A. 45:2:258

Williams, Wilber 32:2:251

Williams, Wilbur F. 27:2:233

Williams, William B. 27:2:233

Williams, William Richard 33:1:80; 41:1:63-65 (see also RANCHES: XX Ranch)

Williams, Winona (see Allen Williams and Winona)

Williamson, A. P. 27:2:233

Williamson, C. D. 12:4:310; 27:2:233

Williamson, Hugh Pritchard 31:2:244

Williamson, William (Reverend) 19:1:30

William’s Fork 16:2:100, 102, 119, 122

Willie Handcart Company 29:2:180-183; 30:1:43; 30:2:211

Willie, James G. 29:2:180

Williford, George W. 27:2:154-155; 31:1:59

Willis (councilman) 15:3:253

Willis and Prichet 31:2:188

Willis, Edward J. 31:2:147; 32:2:183

Willis, Gail 31:2:235

Willis, J. C. 12:4:323

Willis Van DeVanter: Wyoming Leader, 1884-1897 by M. Paul Holsinger 37:2:170-206

Willits, J. O. 66:1&2:18 (J. O. Willits Horse Grower)

Willow Creek 32:2:227; 33:1:81; 34:1:102; 36:1:88; 36:2:240; 39:1:114; 44:1:31, 33, 44 (see also RANCHES)

Willow Creek Crossing 31:1:82

Willow Creek, Idaho 23:1:87-90

Willow Creek Land and Cattle Company 15:1:19, 27

Willow Creek, Oregon 23:1:83

Willow Creek, Wyoming 23:12:93; 23:2:17; 30:1:43, 48; 30:2:210; 31:2:201

Willow Gulch 44:1:47

Willow Springs 23:1:62; 23:2:7, 14; 29:1:72-73; 65:2/3:25

Willow Springs by Helen and Paul Henderson, read by Bill Dubois 43:2:283-286

Willow Springs Station 33:1:81

Willow Street (Big Horn, Wyoming) 66:1&2:16

Wills, E. J. 18:2:158

Wills, Olive sketch 8:4:643-644; 9:1:684 (see also Artists of Wyoming)

Willson, A. 26:2:142

Willson, Annie (Mrs.) 27:2:240

Willson, E. B. (Mr. and Mrs.) 31:1:44

Willson, Eugene B. (Mrs.) 9:3:762

Willson, G. M. 8:4:644; 19:2:136

Willson, Grant H. 33:2:214; 34:2:249; 38:1:102-103; 39:1:109, 128; 40:1:107

Willson, Helen (Mrs.) (see Niobrara County Pioneer Association; Running Water Stage Station; Spanish Diggings)

Willson, Isabel M. (see Hat Creek Station)

Wilseck, Edna 37:1:31

Wilson (Deacon) 14:4:320

Wilson (Deacon’s wife) 1:4:320

Wilson (Doctor) 24:1:85; 24:2:42

Wilson (Secretary of Agriculture) 20:1:45

Wilson, A. D. 34:2:181

Wilson, Ace 26:1:64

Wilson Bill 66:3:41-42

Wilson, Black 16:2:100

Wilson, Charles E. (Reverend) 15:3:283-284; 25:2:211

Wilson, Charles F. 33:2:149

Wilson Clough Collection 66:1&2:11

Wilson-Cranmer Company 22:1:90

Wilson, Dick 32:2:215

Wilson, Effie 44:1:94

Wilson, Elijah N. "Uncle Nick" 44:1:94

Wilson, Elizabeth 1:3:20

Wilson, Erv. 16:1:31

Wilson, Ethel M. 32:2:238

Wilson, F. W. (Brigadier General) 18:1:33

Wilson, Frank 37:1:53

Wilson, George 5:4:157; 16:1:31

Wilson, Gilbert (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Wilson-Gorman Tariff 66:3:41, 45

Wilson, Harriett (Mrs.) 25:1:80

Wilson, Henry (Honorable) 16:1:40

Wilson, Henry H. 64:3/4:56

Wilson, Howard Lee 34:2:261 (see also Bishop Who Bid for Fort Laramie; Top of the World Broadcasts: Wyoming’s Early Radio)

Wilson, Irv 44:1:l00 (see also RANCHES: Irv Wilson)

Wilson, J. B. 4:4:406

Wilson, J. M. 18:2:158

Wilson, J. R. 9:2:696; 28:2:121

Wilson, Jack 41:1:56 (see also Ghost Dance originator)

Wilson, James 27:2:240

Wilson, Jeannie 16:1:64

Wilson, John 16:1:31; 25:2:143-160

Wilson, Kelly 25:1:76, 79

Wilson, L. T. 15:4:396

Wilson, Margaret 16:1:64

Wilson, Mary Elizabeth (Mollie, May) 65:1:15, 20

Wilson, Newt 22:1:85, 90-91

Wilson, Posey S. 21:2/3:209; 43:2:253

Wilson, Rex 34:2:145

Wilson, Richard Hulbert (Lieutenant; Colonel) 8:2:564; 8:3:602; 16:1:11; 20:2:165; 38:1:64 (see also Stage Ride from Rawlins to the Wind River Boarding School, 1897; Treaty of April, 1896)

Wilson, Robert 39:1:90

Wilson, Steven M. video reviews of Great American Outlaw 66:1&2:62;

Wilson, Susan 33:2:121

Wilson, Sylvester 44:1:94

Wilson, Uncle Nick 23:2:58

Wilson, William C. 38:2:182, 185, 190-192, 199; 39:1:71, 97-98

Wilson, William L. 66:3:40-41(see Wilson, Bill)

Wilson, Woodrow (President) 22:1:78; 26:1:37; 26:2:114; 64:1:8; 66:3:47

Wilson, Wyoming 23:2:58

Winchell, Karl 38:1:114

Winchester (firearms) 16:2:94; 26:1:41-42

Winchester, Oliver Fisher 65:4:12

Winchester Repeating Arms Company 26:1:20 (see also Winchester firearms)

Wind River 2:4:64; 3:4:224-225 (see also West Fork of Wind River in Fremont County photo)

Wind River 33:1:19-24, 37; 33:2:160-161; 65:4:43-44

Wind River area 66:3:53

Wind River Basin 33:1:37

Wind River Boarding School 20:1:50, 58-59

Wind River Canyon 3:4:219; 44:1:33; 44:2:164

Wind River Clark (see Clark, O. M.)

Wind River country 29:2:223-224

Wind River Division (see Yellowstone National Forest Reserve)

Wind River expedition 23:2:4

Wind River Hotel 28:2:131, 142

Wind River Mountaineer 2:1:12; 9:3:18, 741; 26:1:51; 33:2:155; 35:1:97

Wind River Mountains 1:1:3; 2:1:13; photo 4:2:294; 22:2:50, 53; 26:2:213; 30:2:204; 32:2:179; 65:4:48, 52, photo 60

Wind River Range 36:2:137, 148, 152, 165; 40:1:125

Wind River Rendezvous 33:2:161

Wind River Reservation 16:1:5, 8-13, 20-21, 28-29, 75; 16:2:143; 26:2:93; 29:2:198-200, 204-205, 207, 223-224, 226; 33:1:28, 37-38, 94; 34:1:51; 34:2:173; 35:1:36-37; 35:2:180; 36:2:132, 135; 40:1:122-124; 41:1:52, 57; 43:1:23; 44:1:14, 97; 45:2:196; 46:1:5, 39; 47:1:59, 65, 67; 53:2:45; 56:1:2, 6, 8-9; 59:1:15, 23, 25; 59:2:30; 60:2:18-19; 62:3:127-129 (see also Same Decision, Different Results?: Indian Water Rights and the Wind River Case; Welcome to the Wind River Reservation)

Wind River Valley 16:1:75; 22:1:56; 22:2:60; 30:1:57-58; 33:2:160; 35:1:50; 35:1:36; 44:1:32, 40; 65:4:14, 41, 43, 45, 52, 54

Wind River Valley settlers 3:2:135

Wind River, Wyoming 16:1:71; 16:2:143, 145; 17:2:91, 105; 23:1:4-6, 17; 26:1:78; 29:2:157

Wind Rivers (mountain range) 66:4:28

Windlass Hill 23:1:57 (see also Ash Hollow)

Windsor (see Hover to Windsor)

Windsor 36:2:194; 43:2:210

Windsor, Henry J. 38:1:68

Windsor Hotel 22:2:20

Windsor, Wyoming 16:2:93, 98

Windy Arm, Alaska 22:1:76

Wing, William (see Born to be a Soldier: The Military Career of William Wing Loring by William L. Wessels)

Wingate, Steve, review of This Ol’ Drought Ain’t Broke Us Yet (But We’re All Bent Pretty Bad): Stories of the American West 66:4:60-61

Winger, Richard 42:2:155-157, 170; 44:1:94; 44:2:242, 244, 246

Wingett, Charles W. 27:2:233

Wingfield, Oregon 23:1:83

Winingar, Bob 32:1:72

Winingar, Fannie 32:1:99

Winingar, Fred 32:1:99; 33:2:179

Winingar, Harry 32:1:99

Winingar, Jesse 32:1:72-74, photo 78

Winingar, John 32:1:31, photo 72, 73, 75; 32:2:179

Winingar, Mattie 32:1:photo 72-73, 75, 98-100

Winingar, Melvin 32:1:99

Winingar Ranch (see RANCHES)

Winnebago 17:2:149; 23:2:23; 27:2:146

Winnetka, Illinois 66:1&2:75

Winslow (sheepman) 17:1:63

Winslow 26:1:93

Winsor (Captain) 35:2:224

Winsor, S. H. 13:1:75

winter (1889) 15:1:18, 26; (1886-1887) 24:1:85-87; 24:2:77

Winter, Charles E. (Mrs.) 5:1:39; 12:1:81

Winter, Charles E. 3:1:108; 3:2:149; 27:1:91

Winter of 1886-87 in Wyoming by Alfred Larson 14:1:5-17

Winter, Zita 14:2:163; 27:2:233; 30:2:230 (see also Dug Springs)

Winterling 38:1:71

Winters (Captain) 32:1:55

Winters, Rebecca 23:2 60

Winters, Wayne 21:2/3:239

Winton, Wyoming 25:2:192

Winzenried, Fritz 27:2:233

Winzenried, J. D. 27:2:233

Wirasuap (Bear Spirit) 33:1:32-33 (see also Pengwidika)

Wirth, Conrad L. 64:1:25

Wisconsin (see Jared Fox’s Memorandum: Kept from Dellton Sauk County, Wisconsin Toward California and Oregon, 1852-1854)

Wisconsin 66:1&2:75; 66:3:60

Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 22:1:16, 58-59

Wise (Major) (see Diary of Major Wise, An Englishman, Recites Details of Hunting Trip in Powder River Country in 1880)

Wise, G. W. 24:1:4; 44:1:16

Wise, Glenn (Mrs.) 25:1:73-74, 79

Wise, Margaret 25:1:77, 79

Wise, William 13:1:75

Wishart, Alex (Captain) 32:1:55

Wishart, David J. (see Fur Trade of the American West)

wiskey 29:2:198, 200 (see also liquor)

Wiskin 25:2:146 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Wislizenus (Doctor) 43:2:221

Wislizenus, Adolph 28:1:68

Wisner, Sara (Mrs.) 42:1:37

Wison, Big Ned 64:2:50

Wistar, Isaac J. 31:2:163-164; 32:2:182

Wister, Fanny Kemble (see Owen Wister Out West, His Journals and Letters)

Wister, Owen 4:3:363; 9:1:675; 22:2:32; 25:1:32; 27:1:28; 28:1:63-64; 29:1:56-57, 84-85; 31:2:136; 36:1:48; 44:2:207; 45:1:12, 14; 65:4:2, 14, 16, 18-19, 36-37, photos 38-39, 41, photo 42, 43-44, 46-47, 74 (see also Contrasting Views of Lynching in Two Wister Stories; Owen Wister and His Critics: Realism and Morality in the Virginian; Owen Wister Out West, His Journals and Letters; Penatost of Calamity; Virginian)

Wister, Thomas 36:2:225

Wiswell, Emily 34:2:176

Wiswell, George F. (Reverend and Mrs.) 37:2:176

witches (see Amazons, Witches and Country Wives: Plains Indian Women in Historical Perspective)

With Crook at the Rosebud by J. W. Vaughn, review 29:1:111

Withington Catalog 66:4:29

Wittenburg, Clarice 33:1:101; 33:2:217; 39:1:131, 135 (see also review of Gun Law at Laramie; review of Fort Hall, Gateway to the Oregon Country; review of Shoshonis: Sentinels of the Rockies; review of Old Jules Country; review of Indian Legends of the Northern Rockies; review of Sod Walls: The Story of the Nebraska Sod House)

Wittenmyer, Edmund (Briadier General) 18:1:57

Witters, Dan 30:2:214

Wittich, W. F. 26:1:20

Witzel, Earl R. 41:1:18-20

Wives, Mothers, Daughters: Women’s Life on the Road West by Robert L. Munkres 42:2:191-224

Woebegone Miners of Wyoming: A History of Coal Mine Disasters in the Equality State by Philip A. Kalishch 42:2:237-242

Wolbol, Katrina 4:3:363-364

Wolcott, Frank (Major) 13:1:77; 20:1:14; 28:2:176; 35:2:147; 38:1:63, 65, 70; 44:2:209-214, 220; 45:1:12; 45:2:159; 65:4:30-31, photo 43, 44-47, 74

Wolcott Street (Casper, Wyoming) 66:1&2:32

Wolcott, Wyoming 17:2:127

Wolf 35:2:143

Wolf (Lieutenant) 18:1:20

Wolf Bull 43:1:75 (see also Crow)

Wolf Calf 56:2:22 (see also Gros Ventre)

Wolf Creek 17:1:49; 17:2:125

Wolf Creek (Dakota Territory) 66:4:10

Wolf Creek Canyon 32:2:162

Wolf, Frank (Mrs.) 21:1:101

Wolf, Fred 15:1:14

Wolf, J. T. 35:2:131

Wolf Moccasin (see White Wolf)

Wolfe, Erma 32:1:76

Wolfe, Frank 32:1:75

Wolfe, Marshall L. 32:1:75

Wolfers 28:2:151-165

Wolff, David A. (see review of Regulating Danger: The Struggle for Mine Safety in the Rocky Mountain Coal Industry)

Wolff, Emile 5:4:131-134; 44:1:92-93

wolfing 28:2:158

Wolle, Muriel Sibell (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Wolsey, Thomas 21:2/3:136

Wolton, Wyoming 29:2:158

Wolverine Rangers 30:2:204

wolves 28:2:151-154, 161-165 (see also Big Foot; wolfing; Report to Congress, Wolves for Yellowstone)

Woman Chief 59:1:50 (see also Crow)

Woman Dress 29:2:188 (see also Lamoreaux, Mrs. Jules; Sioux)

woman juries (see FIRSTS: woman jury)

Woman-runs-out 41:1:53 (see also Arapaho

woman suffrage 11:3:227-229; 12:1:21-31, photo 32; 12:3:244-245; 15:2:143-149; 15:4:399; 16:1:3, 65-70; 18:1:69-70; 26:2:114 (see also Governor Francis E. Warren, a Champion of Woman Suffrage; Historical Review of Woman Suffrage; Neighboring State Asks Questions on Suffrage; suffrage; Wyoming Women Congratulated by British Women in 1891)

Woman Suffrage Act (see FIRSTS: place in Wyoming where the Woman Suffrage Act was enforced)

woman suffrage amendment 66:3:7

Woman Suffrage Movement 66:3:10, 12-13, 32 (see also Morris, Esther)

Woman Suffrage and Politics by Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Suler, introduction by T. A. Larson, review 42:1:118-119

Woman’s Club of Basin 7:3:444

Woman’s Club of Wyoming 66:1&2:42

Woman’s Corner by Therese A. Jenkins 12:4:300-301

Woman’s Relief Corps 16:1:82

women 21:1:36-46; 21:2/3:230-233; 26:2:113, 162 (see also Cowgirls of the Rodeo: Pioneer Professional Athletes; Entitled to Power: Farm Women and Technology, 1913-1963; Indian women; Long Vistas: Women and Families on Colorado Homesteads; Magnificent Mountain Women; newspaper women)

women criminals 26:2:114

Womens Rights Convention (Seneca Falls, New York, 1849) 66:3:13

Womens Rights Movement (see also Morris, Esther; Woman Suffrage Movement) 66:3:12-13

women’s history (see A West of One’s Own)

women’s rights 26:2:113-114

Women’s Air Corps (see MILITARY: WAC; Seven hundred sixty-eighth Women’s Air Corp Headquarters Company)

Women’s Army Corps (see MILITARY)

Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps (see MILITARY)

Women’s Club 26:2:115

Women’s Overseas Service League 6:3:284

Women’s Society of Christian Service 24:2:110

Wonderful Wyoming by Colonel Stephen W. Downey 12:2:130-143

Wonderful Wyoming by E. A. Brininstool 12:4:249

Wonderland brochure series (see Northern Pacific Railway)

Wood (rodman) 17:1:24

Wood 42:2:216; 65:1:9

Wood, Annye D. 27:2:233

Wood, Blair 65:1:44

Wood, Frank S. 24:2:81

Wood, John 40:1:29, 36-37

Wood, John S. 38:1:16, 43

Wood, Joseph Warren 31:2:165, 188

Wood, Molly (see Virginian)

Wood, Newton 31:2:151

Wood River, Idaho 23:1:88

Wood River, Nebraska 22:2:94, 98

Wood, S. S. 4:1:270

Wood, Thomas McKinley 9:2:699

Wood, W. Raymond 33:2:128

Wood, William C. 33:1:113

Woodard, Bruce A. (see Diamonds in the Salt)

Woodard, George (Reverend) 24:2:114

Woodard, Lois 34:2:145

Woodard, Morton 35:2:143

Woodberry (see Woodbury)

Woodburn party 25:2:139

Woodbury (Lieutenant) 34:2:148-152, 159-160; 36:1:8

Woodbury, Daniel P. (Lieutentant) 17:1:5; 21:2/3:179; 31:1:11

Woodbury, Emily 14:2:163

Woodford, Day 9:2:695

Woodhouse, Mina T. 27:2:233

Woodring (Superintendant) 44:2:249

Woodring, John W. (Mrs.) 30:2:193

Woodring, John W. 27:2:240; 30:2:193

Woodring, Sam, photos by 66:4:45

Woodrow, Wilbur A. 27:1:21

Woodruff, Wilford 26:2:168; 29:1:80; 30:1:47; 31:2:215

Woodruff 21:2/3:125

Woodruff, A. O. 14:1:40-41

Woodruff, Edward Day (Doctor) 19:2:110; 25:1:91 (see also Dr. Edward Day Woodruff)

Woodruff, J. D. 1:3:19; 19:2:73; 20:1:58; 26:1:53, 60, 64; 39:1:114

Woodruff, John Wright (see Biographical Sketch of John Wright Woodruff)

Woodruff, Russell Dorr 25:1:91

Woodruff, Sam 20:2:175; 39:2:167

Woods, C. C. (Mrs.) 43:1:6

Woods, Espie S. 17:2:158

Woods, Essie 37:2:153-154

Woods, Frank 16:1:31; 44:1:91

Woods, Jas. M. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:233

Woods, L. Milton (see Wyoming Country Before Statehood. Four Hundred Years Under Six Flags)

Woods, L. R. 38:2:185

Woods, Larry 66:4:36

Woods, Robert J. 27:2:233

Woods, Sam 37:2:224

Woodside, Bert 32:1:99-100

Woodson, A. O. (First Lieutenant) 43:2:248

Woodson, Albert Emmett (Captain) 38:1:33-34, 43

Woodward (contractor) 26:1:70

Woodward, Arthur 33:2:121, 125, 130 (see also Feud on the Colorado)

Woodward, George 21:2/3:139, 162

Woodward, Johnny 17:1:69

Woodward, Joselyn Charde (Mrs.) 27:2:233

Woody, Jerome 27:2:233

wool imports 20:1:62

wool production 17:1:58; 20:1:26; 24:1:24

Wool Growers (of Wyoming) 66:4:35

Woolcott, Mary 11:2:139

Woolf, Virginia, A Room of One’s Own 66:3:4-5

Woolley 28:2:145-146

Woolvet, Jaimz 66:4:76

Word, Samuel (Colonel) 36:2:208, 212

Work, John 17:2:95, 102 (see also Journal of John Work)

Work Projects Administration, Wyoming: A Guide to Its History, Highways, and People 66:1&2:25

Working, D. W. 5:2&3:124; 64:1:18

Working the Homestake by Joseph H. Cash, review 45:2:267-278

workmen’s compensation (see Rise of Workmen’s Compensation in Wyoming)

Works Progress Administration and Programs 45:1:53-67, 69-91

Works Project Administration 12:3:248; 14:2:164

Worland, C. H. "Dad" 24:2:77; 27:1:19-20, 22; 39:1:121

Worland Grit 65:1:33

Worland original townsite (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Worland Post Office mural 45:1:58-60

Worland Woman’s Club 27:1:19-21

Worland, Wyoming 24:2:97; 26:1:16; 27:1:19-24; 30:2:147, 150

World Herald (see Omaha World Herald)

World Sunday School Association 65:1:22

World War I 15:1:92; 24:1:2, 22-24; 31:2:139 (see also Interesting Statistics on Defense Activities in Wyoming, World War I; Wyoming in the World War; Story of the First Shot) 4:2:309; 7:3:425-430; 14:1:60-64; 31:2:138; 65:4:7

World War I 66:1&2:48; 66:3:16, 28; 66:4:12, 28

World War II (see Casper Army Air Field in World War II; Wyoming in World War II)

World War II 66:1&2:6, 49; 66:3:11, 16, 24, 49, 53; 66:4:19 (see Wyoming’s War Years, 1941-1945)

World-beater lode 40:2:236; 44:1:46

World’s Fair (Chicago, Illinois) 31:2:204; 65:4:57; (1904) 66:3:7 (see also fairs; FIRSTS: Wyoming exhibit at a World’s Fair)

Worrell (Worrill), William 20:1:88-89; 32:2:237; 42:2:258, 262

Wort, Charles 44:1:92, 94

Wort, Ham 16:1:31; 44:1:92

Worth, Jane E. (Mrs. N. C.) 17:1:83

Worth, N. C. 17:1:83; 21:2/3:208

Worthington, James 27:2:219

Worthy, E. D. 44:2:179, 202

Worzets 16:2:129 (see also Ute)

Wounded Knee Battle 17:1:4, 12; 34:1:109; 35:2:145; 39:2:260; 41:1:105 (see also Eyewitness at Wounded Knee)

Wounded Knee Creek 31:2:131

Wovoka 31:2:131; 41:1:104 (see also Paiute)

WPA (see Works Progress Administration and Programs)

Wright 19:2:81, 100-101, 103

Wright, Agnes R. 25:1:23 (see also South Pass, A Place in Wyoming Worthy of a Monument; Spring, Agnes Wright)

Wright, Alpha (Chaplain) 39:2:192, 202, 209

Wright, Bill 43:1:63

Wright, Carl C. 18:2:160

Wright, Charles 16:2:121; 37:2:148, 156; 42:1:101; 43:2:262

Wright, Charles W. 20:1:65

Wright, David (Chaplain) 36:1:52, 54

Wright, E. S. (Colonel) 18:1:57

Wright, Ed. H. (Mrs.) 30:2:223

Wright, Ed. H. photo 30:1:12, 120-121; 30:2:223 (see also Cowboy Representative)

Wright, Frank 20:2:175

Wright, Frank Lloyd 38:1:50; 66:1&2:28, 36

Wright, Gordon 25:1:23

Wright, J. J. 28:2:211

Wright, Jennie (Miss) 34:2:231

Wright, Jim 35:2:152

Wright, John 17:1:79; 20:2:174; 21:2/3:208

Wright, Katherine 25:1:23

Wright, Louis B. (see Culture on the Moving Frontier)

Wright, Marple (see Marple and Wright Stevenson Company)

Wright, Mary 25:1:23, 29

Wright, N. 19:2:94-95, 104

Wright, Nettie 37:2:147-156

Wright, Otis (Mrs.) 28:2:211; 33:2:220, 222

Wright, Stevenson (see Marple and Wright Stevenson Company)

Wright, Vester (Miss) 12:1:81

Wright’s Hog Ranch (see RANCHES)

Writers in Judgment by John D. McDermott 65:4:3, l29

Writing Western History: Essays on Major Western Historians by Richard W. Etulain, review 64:3/4:60-61

Writings of Grace Raymond Hebard by Alfred Larson 10:4:151-154

Wrobel, David M., End of American Exceptionalism: Frontier Anxiety from the Old West to the New Deal, review 66:3:71-72

Wroe, George 26:1:58, 64

Wunderlich, August C. (Reverend) 24:2:88

Wurgler, Nelson A. (Reverend) 24:2:106

Wurl, Ludwig 22:2:80

Wurtemburg (Prince Paul) 45:1:8-9

Wurtz, Levi 66:4:55

Wyandotte, Kansas 65:1:9

Wyatt, Bowden 66:3:2

Wyatt Earp 66:3:86

Wyatt Earp video review 66:3:86

Wyatt, H. 42:1:97

Wyatt, Louis L. 20:1:80

Wyatts Run 25:1:119

Wyeth, Arthur J. 33:2:163

Wyeth, N. J. 17:2:101; 22:2:51; 27:1:4; 30:1:50

Wyeth, Nathaniel C. 65:4:18

Wyeth, Nathaniel J. 1:1:4-5; 32:2:198; 42:1:5; 43:2:227; 44:1:82-83

Wyland, Roy C. 28:2:176

Wyley, Elizabeth O’Brien 11:4:299

Wylie Camping and Cattle Companies 66:4:54

Wylie, W. W. 66:4:50

Wylie Way 65:1:52

Wylie, William W. (see William W. Wylie Collection)

Wyman, Gay 45:1:18

Wyman, W. A. (Doctor) 1:3:19

Wyman, W. A. (Mrs.) 1:3:19

Wyman, Walker D. 32:2:202

Wyman, Watson 45:1:18

Wyncote 43:1:70

Wynn, Ed (see Sheepherders Monument)

Wyoming (1869) map 11:4:288

Wyoming (magazine) 66:3:59

Wyoming (motion picture) 22:2:8

Wyoming (poem) by Dick J. Nelson 30:1:16

Wyoming (schooner) 66:1&2:38-49, sketch 40, photos 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 (see America’s Largest Wooden Vessel: The Six Masted Schooner Wyoming)

Wyoming a Cattle Kingdom by Dr. Henry J. Peterson 22:1:68

Wyoming Academy of Science, Arts and Letters 34:2:231

Wyoming Adjutant General’s Office 6:1&2:243; 25:1:98

Wyoming Afoot and Horseback by Jack R. Gage, review 39:1:141

Wyoming Agricultural Council 21:2/3:219-220

Wyoming Air National Guard 31:2:248

Wyoming and the Shaping of a Presidential Adviser by William W. Savage, Jr. 45:2:241-248

Wyoming Annals (see Annals of Wyoming)

Wyoming Annals editor 66:3:29

Wyoming Archaeological Notes 26:2:194-200; 27:1:97-104; 27:2:234-237; 28:1:96-99; 28:2:213-215; 29:1:107-110; 29:2:228-230; 30:1:90-101; 30:2:214-218; 31:1:94-108; 31:2:227-229

Wyoming Archaeological Notes; Early Prehistoric Period by L. C. Steege 32:1:124-126

Wyoming Archaeological Society 26:1:99; 26:2:119, 197-200; 29:2:137; 30:1:94-100; 30:2:214-215; 31:1:94-100; 31:2:234; 65:1:4 (see also Medicine Wheel; Report on the Medicine Wheel Investigation)

Wyoming Archaeological Society by Glenn D. Sweem 32:2:239-246

Wyoming Archaeological Society, Sheridan Chapter 65:1:4

Wyoming Association stockmen 19:1:8

Wyoming Association of Professional Historians (WAPH) 66:1&2:6

Wyoming Basin 40:1:111-113

Wyoming Bicentennial (see Bicentennial History of Wyoming)

Wyoming Bicentennial Committee 66:3:10

Wyoming Birds by Mrs. E. E. Waltman 8:1:513-514

Wyoming Bubble by A. V. Elston, review 28:1:107-108

Wyoming bucking horse emblem 30:2:167 (see also True, Allen)

Wyoming by Doctor June E. Downey 1:1:1; 1:1&2:1

Wyoming by Louise Young Stevens 12:4:301

Wyoming by W. Milton York 12:1:5

Wyoming Cattle Quarantine, 1885 by W. Turrtentine Jackson 16:2:147-161

Wyoming Central Irrigation Company 25:1:87-88; 28:2:127-128, 136, 140

Wyoming Central Railroad 1:1&2:16; 23:1:28; 24:1:70, 78, 85, 87; 32:2:223; 33:2:156-157; 34:1:81

Wyoming child labor bill and law 66:3:7

Wyoming Churchman 43:1:15-16, 20-22, 25-28, 30-31, 33-34, 36, 49

Wyoming Civilian Defense in World War II by T. A. Larson 24:1:2-22

Wyoming Coal Mining Company 44:2:160

Wyoming Collegiate Institute (Big Horn, Wyoming) 36:1:66; 66:1&2:15, 21, 23-24

Wyoming congressional delegation 66:3:53

Wyoming Constitutional Convention (1889) 42:2:225-235 (see also Reminiscences; Voting Patterns in the Wyoming Constitutional Convention of 1889)

Wyoming Consulting Committee on Nominations to the National Register 66:3:10

Wyoming Council for the Humanities 65:4:61; 66:1&2:6, 25, 73; 66:3:10

Wyoming Council on the Arts 65:4:19

Wyoming counties (Idaho Territory) 21:2/3:192; 26:12:33; 28:1:80

Wyoming counties map 35:2:175-176

Wyoming Country Before Statehood. Four Hundred Years Under Six Flags by L. Milton Woods, review 43:2:300-302

Wyoming Cow-Belles Association (see Wyoming’s Cow-Belles)

Wyoming Cowboy Days by Charles A. Guernsey 16:1:62; 65:4:31

Wyoming Cowboy’s Evolving Image by Peter Hassrick 65:4:8

Wyoming Daily Morning News 33:2:141-142; 35:1:96

Wyoming Days 22:1:63

Wyoming Days by Roy C. Smith 1:2:8

Wyoming Democrat 65:4:28

Wyoming Democratic Party Chairman 66:3:34 (see New, A. L.)

Wyoming Department of Agriculture 65:4:28

Wyoming Department of Commerce 65:2/3:2; 65:4:19; 66:4:23(see also Historical Research and Publications Division)

Wyoming Department of Transporation 65:2/3:5

Wyoming Deputy Attorney General (see Guthrie, Mary)

Wyoming Deputy State Engineer 66:3:6

Wyoming Derrick 33:2:156

Wyoming Development Company 20:1:37; 35:1:25; 37:2:224; 43:2:209-210, 214 (see also irrigation)

Wyoming Ditch and Water Company 18:1:37

Wyoming Eagle 12:2:162; 22:1:71; 42:2:175; 65:4:2; 66:4:9

Wyoming Editorial Association 34:1:71

Wyoming emergency relief 26:2:222

Wyoming Emergency Relief Board 26:2:222

Wyoming Employment Security Commission 26:2:221

Wyoming Farm Bulletin 64:1:11, 15, 18, 20

Wyoming Farm Bureau 66:4:19

Wyoming Farmer 33:2:157; 35:1:98

Wyoming Farmer’s Alliance 40:1:58

Wyoming Federation of Labor 35:2:186-187

Wyoming Federation of Women’s Clubs 28:2:126

Wyoming Fish Commission 44:1:97

Wyoming Game and Fish Commission 25:1:97; 26:2:222; 44:1:97, 105-106; 44:2:246, 251, 254-255

Wyoming Gas Company 24:2:99

Wyoming Governors’ Mansion 65:4:2

Wyoming Governor’s Office 66:1&2:4

Wyoming Hereford Association 33:1:89; 42:1:61

Wyoming Highway Department 26:2:130, 221; 65:1:2; 65:4:75; 66:1&2:73

Wyoming Historic Preservation Citation 66:1&2:73 (see Massie, Mike)

Wyoming Historical Collections by Robert C. Morris 19:1:54-59

Wyoming Historical Department 22:2:102

Wyoming Historical Landmarks Commission 17:1:18; 21:1:99; 21:2/3:223; 22:1:71; 25:1:63; 26:2:209; 27:1:20-21; 27:2:184, 224; 28:1:48-49; 31:2:225, 231, 233; 65:2/3:13; 64:4:7

Wyoming Historical Quarterly Bulletin Exchanges with Historical Societies and Institutions of Learning 2:4:74-75

Wyoming Historical Society 19:1:57 (see also Wyoming State Historical Society)

Wyoming History Department 17:1:2

Wyoming History News 66:1&2:73

Wyoming House (see also hotels of Carbon)

Wyoming House of Representatives 66:3:10

Wyoming in the World War by V. E. Stephenson 4:2:309

Wyoming in World War II 15:2:175-176; 15:3:298-306

Wyoming Industrial Convention (1901) 41:1:15

Wyoming Industrial Journal 20:2:141

Wyoming Inn 28:1:131

Wyoming Labor Journal 2:4:78; 3:4:232; 4:4:407; 7:4:484; 8:4:644

Wyoming Leader 16:1:74

Wyoming Library and Literary Association 29:1:35

Wyoming Life Insurance Company 41:2:187, photo page following 202

Wyoming Liquor Commission 26:2:222

Wyoming Livestock and Sanitary Board 26:1:99

Wyoming Livestock Association 22:1:45 (see Wyoming Stock Growers Association)

Wyoming Lottery 34:2:193-211

Wyoming Lynching of Cattle Kate, 1889 by George W. Hufsmith, review 66:3:82-83

Wyoming Manhunt by Allan V. Elston, review 30:2:236

Wyoming March Song by George Edwin Knapp 23:2:48

Wyoming Meat Company 35:1:88

Wyoming Memories (poem) by Dick J. Nelson 34:1:112-114

Wyoming Miscellanies, 1919 by Wyoming State Historical Society 19:1:59

Wyoming Mission 65:1:25, 29 (see also Methodist Episcopal Church)

Wyoming Monthly Lottery 34:2:198-199

Wyoming National Bank (Casper) 66:1&2:37

Wyoming National Guard 18:1:29; 41:1:106 (see also History of the Wyoming National Guard)

Wyoming News 33:2:141-142

Wyoming Oil Company 22:1:89

Wyoming Oil Fields Company 22:1:89

Wyoming Outdoor Council 66:3:29

Wyoming Pioneer Association 20:1:86; 23:1:104; 28:2:210; 33:2:196

Wyoming Pioneer Association Minutes (Twenty-first Annual Meeting) 19:1:45-53

Wyoming Pioneer Couple by Alice Mathews Shields 14:3:180-188

Wyoming Pioneer Experiences by A. L. Brock 2:1:16-20

Wyoming Pioneer Memorial Museum photo 65:1:22

Wyoming place names 14:2:158-161; 14:3:227-239; 15:1:85-95 (see also Some Wyoming Place Names, Their Origin and Meaning; Wyoming Stream Names)

Wyoming Place Names by Mae Urbanek, review 39:2:269-270

Wyoming Politicians and the Shaping of United States Indian Policy, 1945 to 1980 by Steven Schulte 66:3:48-65

Wyoming Populists (see Populists)

Wyoming Press Association 34:1:66, 71; 42:2:174 (see also FIRSTS: first Wyoming Press Association)

Wyoming Recreation Commission 64:3/4:5; 66:1&2:73

Wyoming Republican 65:1:33

Wyoming Scrapbook 16:1:65-70; 16:2:162-167; 17:1:64-83; 17:2:153-170

Wyoming Secretary of State (see Karpan, Kathy; Thompson, Thyra)

Wyoming Secretary of State 20:2:151

Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office 7:2:402; 10:1:45; 13:4:288

Wyoming Senate 66:3:35

Wyoming Senate Election (1952) 45:2:200-209

Wyoming Society of the Colonial Dames (see Brides of the Open Range, 1875-1887)

Wyoming Soldiers and Sailors Home 36:1:56

Wyoming State Archives 64:2:36, 45-46, 57; 64:3/4:5; 65:1:35

Wyoming State Archives and Historical Board (see State Library)

Wyoming State Archivist 66:4:2

Wyoming State Attorney General (see O’Marr, Louis)

Wyoming State Attorney General 26:1:16

Wyoming State Bank Examiner 3:1:110

Wyoming State Bar 66:3:7

Wyoming State bird 8:1:515-518 (see also Why the Meadowlark was Chosen the State Bird of Wyoming)

Wyoming State Board of Equalization Director 66:1&2:4

Wyoming State Board of Health 26:2:21

Wyoming State Board of Immigration 51:1:134

Wyoming State Board of Land Commissioners 7:3:444

Wyoming State Board of Supplies 14:1:83

Wyoming State Capitol 26:2:131; photo 30:1:cover

Wyoming State Capitol 66:3:32; photo 66:3:33; 66:4:25

Wyoming State Capitol cornerstone laying ceremonies photo 37:2:cover (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Wyoming State Coat of Arms 2:3:54

Wyoming State College of Washington Library 27:2:232

Wyoming State Commerce and Industry Department 10:4:186

Wyoming State Constitution 26:2:208; 65:4:53

Wyoming State Constitutional Convention 12:1:30-31; 12:3:165-188, 190-198; 12:4:273-294; 35:1:37, 92; 35:2:136; 37:1:4, photo 8, 15, 17, 25; 66:3:7, photo 33, 39 (see also Journals and Debates of the Constitutional Convention, 1889; Memorial to the Members of the Constitutional Convention of Wyoming; Reminiscences of a Member of the Wyoming Constitutional Convention; Voting Patterns in the Wyoming Constitutional Convention, 1889)

Wyoming State Constitutional Convention delegates 12:3:165-188, photos 168, 174, 180; 12:4:274, 278, 281 (see also Memorial to the Members of the Constitutional Convention, biographical sketches)

Wyoming State Defense Council 24:1:3-4, 6-7, 9-10, 12, 16-20

Wyoming State Department Archives 16:1:47 (see also Appointment Papers)

Wyoming State Department of Administration and Information 66:3:8; 66:4:22 (see also Computer Technology Division)

Wyoming State Department of Agriculture 10:2:95

Wyoming State Department of Commerce 66:4:21

Wyoming State Engineer 13:3:231; 26:2:130, 221

Wyoming State Fair Association 22:2:102

Wyoming State Federation of Woman’s Clubs 18:1:70; 22:2:8; 26:2:113; 28:2:126

Wyoming State Flag photo 39:1:67 (see also Origin of the Wyoming State Flag)

Wyoming State Geologist 7:4:484; 19:2:122-123

Wyoming State golf championship (see Firsts)

Wyoming State government 18:2:157-160; 26:2:228

Wyoming State Governors photos 12:1:10; 12:2:120; 12:3:212; 12:4:264 (see also FIRST: first State Governors; Governors of the State of Wyoming)

Wyoming State Grasshopper Control Commission 21:2/3:220

Wyoming State Guard 24:1:3-6

Wyoming State Highway Department 9:1:683; 42:2:154

Wyoming State Historian 5:1:3; 7:2:367; 19:1:57-58

Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) 64:3/4:4-5; 66:1&2:7, 26, 72-73; 66:3:29, 32, 42, 53, 65, 69; 66:4:6, 40

Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office Review and Compliance Program 66:1&2:73

Wyoming State Historic Preservation Officer 66:1&2:73

Wyoming State Historical Advisory Board 13:1:3; 14:1:18-19; 14:4:167; 23:1:103 (see also Activities and Plans, Fifth Judicial District)

Wyoming State Historical Board 19:1:57-58; 26:12:85

Wyoming State Historical Department 2:4:75; 19:1:55-59; 24:2:113; 31:2:232; 66:4:2 (see also State Archives and Historical Department)

Wyoming State Historical Department Accessions (see Volumes 15 through 27; Wyoming State Museum accessions)

Wyoming State Historical Landmark Commission 11:4:301-308

Wyoming State Historical Library 26:1:97-98

Wyoming State Historical Society 2:4:75-78, 80; 13:2:91; 13:3:18-19; 13:4:315-330; 25:2:20; 26:1:82-94; 26:2:191-193, 201-208; 27:1:89-96; 27:2:221-233; 28:1:94-95; 28:2:208-212; 29:1:102-106; 29:2:230-231; 30:1:102-111; 30:2:124, 219, 226; 31:1:107; 31:2:230-236; 32:1:108; 32:2:223, 250, 252; 32:2:252; 33:2:222; 37:1:99; 64:3/4:5; 65:1:35; 65:2/3:14; 65:4:61; 66:1&2:6, 73; 66:4:2, 25 (see also FIRSTS: meeting of the old Wyoming Historical Society; Minutes, Wyoming State Historical Society 25th Annual Meeting; Present World of History: A Conference on Certain Problems of Historical Society Work; Sixteenth Annual Meeting, Wyoming State Historical Society; Wyoming Miscellanies, 1919; Wyoming Historical Society)

Wyoming State Historical Society Constitution 26:1:86

Wyoming State Historical Society officers photo 42:1:88

Wyoming State Historical Society past presidents photo 40:1:72

Wyoming State Historical Society seal 37:1:123, photo 124

Wyoming State Historical Society trek 66:1&2:6

Wyoming State Hospital Board of Trustees (see FIRSTS: State Governors)

Wyoming State House of Representatives 4:1:264

Wyoming State Indian name (see Maugh-wau-wa-ma)

Wyoming State Industrial Convention 46:1:120

Wyoming State Journal (Lander, Wyoming) newspaper) 66:3:51-52

Wyoming State Journal 33:2:155; 65:4:58

Wyoming State Legislative Assembly (Tenth) 21:2/3:197

Wyoming State Legislature 19:1:57-58; (First) 20:1:13; (Second) 21:2/3:193 (Twenty-second; Twenty-fourth) 19:1:58; 21:2/3:205; 66:4:2 (see also FIRSTS: State Legislature convened; Mary G. Bellamy, Wyoming’s First Woman Legislator; State Legislative Assembly) 17:1:18; (Sixteenth, Twenty-second, and Twenty-fourth)

Wyoming State Librarian 19:1:57; 66:4:2 (see also Hebard, Grace Raymond)

Wyoming State Library Association President 66:3:7 (see Hebard, Grace Raymond)

Wyoming State Library photo 11:2:front cover, 139; 26:1:84; 26:2:221; 31:2:232; 45:1:85-86

Wyoming State map 66:3:50

Wyoming State Museum accessions 11:3:231-233

Wyoming State Museum Collection photos 66:1&2:4-5, 16-17, 42; 66:3:5, 32-33, 35, 46, 51-52, 55-56, 60, 63-64; 66:4:2, 6-7, 9-13, 15-17, 25; political campaign buttons and ribbons 66:3:35, 39 (see also Meyers Collection)

Wyoming State Museum photo 14:3:168; 15:1:70; 15:2:100; 15:3:190; 15:4:314; 19:1:54; 20:2:178; 23:1:2; 23:2:2-3; 25:1:112; 30:2:214, 217, 223; 64:2:67; photos 65:1:2, 13, 36-37, 39-45, 48-50, 52-54; 65:2/3:16-17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 28; 65:4:3, 5, 11, 13, 19, 23, 27, 32-33, 44, 46, 48, 53, 59, back cover; 66:4:2,7 (see also Valuable Relics Presented to State Museum; Wyoming State Museum)

Wyoming State map 22:2:48

Wyoming State Offices 12:1:81; photo 25:1:112

Wyoming State Parks Commission 65:2/3:2

Wyoming State Penitentiary 18:2:155 (see also penitentiary)

Wyoming State Planning Board 11:1:66; 45:1:73

Wyoming State Railway Company 25:1:84

Wyoming State Reserve (see Boundaries of the State Reserve)

Wyoming State Seal 18:1:72-73

Wyoming State Secretary of Agriculture (see Wilson)

Wyoming State Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home 20:2:144

Wyoming State Song 18:1:67; 23:2:47-48

Wyoming State Statehood celebration 16:1:162-163

Wyoming State Superintendent of Public Instruction (see Linford, Velma)

Wyoming State Supreme Court 15:1:39-45; 16:1:22; 16:2:148-149 (see also Supreme Court Appointment of Willis Van Devanter)

Wyoming State Training School 10:1:42; 10:2:98

Wyoming State Treasurer 3:1:110; 9:1:683

Wyoming State Tribune 22:1:69; 24:1:67-78; 26:1:35; 42:2:150, 175; 43:1:6, 33-34, 50-52; 65:4:6-7

Wyoming Statehood 16:2:162; 18:1:39, 70; 18:2:160-161; 37:1:5-29, 33; 37:2:157, 169

Wyoming Statehood by T. A. Larson 37:1:5-29

Wyoming Statehood car float 16:2:162

Wyoming Statehood celebration 16:2:162, photo 163; 24:2:30-31; 37:1:66

Wyoming Statehood Stamp by George C. Hahn 18:1:67-76

Wyoming Statewide Celebration of Golden Anniversary is Colorful Event in Cheyenne 12:4:310-316

Wyoming Statewide Historical Project 11:2:139; 49:2:177-178, 180-182, 185, 189-190; 52:2:40

Wyoming State’s Golden Anniversary 23:2:48

Wyoming Station 38:2:183

Wyoming Statue 26:2:192

Wyoming Stock Growers Association 14:2:156-157; 15:1:7, 27, 31; 16:2:148-153; 18:1:89; 18:2:154; 19:1:3; 19:2:66, 68, 75; 20:1:61-65, 67, 69, 71, 77, 80, 93, 97, 99; 21:2/3:216-217, 220-221, 228, 230, 234-236; 27:1:113; 31:2:133; 32:2:164; 34:1:76; 35:2:132, 160-161, 163; 40:1:57, 71; 42:2:152-153; 43:2:206, 208-210; 44:2:245, 251; 45:2:244; 64:2:34; 64:3/4:52; 65:1:2; 65:4:4, 11-20, 25, 30, 33; 66:1&2:42; 66:3:33-34; 66:4:24, 30, 35, 40 (see also Guardian of the Grasslands. The First Hundred Years of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association; Stock Growers Association)

Wyoming Stock Growers Association Political Power in Wyoming Territory, 1873-1890 by W. Turrentine Jackson 20:1:61-83

Wyoming Stock Growers Collection 66:4:25

Wyoming Stockman-Farmer 65:4:7

Wyoming stockmen 19:1:8

Wyoming Stream Names by Dee Linford 15:2:163-174; 15:3:254-270; 15:4:413-416; 16:1:71-74

Wyoming Summits, Softly Glinting (poem) by Hans Kleiber 47:2:244

Wyoming Supreme Court 66:3:7

Wyoming Telephone and Telegraph Company 30:2:145-146

Wyoming Telephone Company 23:2:56; 30:2:150

Wyoming Territorial Governors by Harry B. Henderson, Sr. photos 1:4:236, 237-253

Wyoming Territorial Librarian

Wyoming Territorial Park 66:1&2:49

Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary 65:1:34 (see also Territorial Penitentiary)

Wyoming Territorial Sunday School Association 65:1:23, 29-32, 34

Wyoming Territorial Sunday School Convention 65:1:29

Wyoming Territory 10:2:90; 13:1:77; 15:1:39, 69; 16:1:45-47, 49; 18:2:157-160; 19:1:3, 44; 19:2:65-66, 74; 21:2/3:171, 196; 26:1:27, 33, 51; 26:2:110-112; 29:2:212; 30:1:88; 31:2:129, 220; 64:3/4:53, 55-56; 65:1:13, 16-17, 19; 65:4:27, 50; 66:1&2:12, 16, 20, 42; 66:3:31-32; 66:4:21 (see also Early Days in Wyoming Territory; History of Wyoming; John Hunton’s Diary. Wyoming Territory. Volume 6, 1885-1889; Wyoming Country Before Statehood, Four Hundred Years under Six Flags; Wyoming Territorial Governors)

Wyoming Tie and Lumber Company 28:2:141

Wyoming Time and Again: Rephotographing the Scenes of J. E. Stimson by Michael A. Amundson, review 64:2:60-63

Wyoming Trail Blazer by Mrs. S. L. Mills 6:1&2:216-221

Wyoming Tribune 12:2:162; 18:1:88; 33:2:141-142, 144-145, 154, 156; 34:1:64; 35:1:97; 43:2:264-265; 66:4:8 (see also Tribune Publishing Company)

Wyoming Troops Raised First American Flag in Manila, August 13, 1898 by E. G. Guyer 11:4:295-297

Wyoming Tru-Poll Committee 45:2:200

Wyoming Tuberculosis Sanatorium 27:2:233

Wyoming Typewriter and Equipment Company 10:1:40; 26:1:96; 27:2:233

Wyoming Typographical Union (#184) 22:1:73

Wyoming Unemployment Compensation Commission 26:2:221

Wyoming v. Colorado Revisited. The United States Supreme Court and the Laramie River Controversy, 1911-1922 by M. Paul Holsinger 42:1:47-56

Wyoming Valley Chamber of Commerce 12:4:334

Wyoming Weekly Leader 26:1:94; 35:1:97

Wyoming Women Congratulated by British Women in 1891 by Agnes K. Snow 11:3:227-229

Wyoming Women’s Christian Temperance Union 65:1:34

Wyoming Women’s Golf Championship (1916) 66:4:2

Wyoming Wonderland by Mae Urbanek, review 38:1:130

Wyoming Wool Growers Association 66:4:24

Wyoming Writers by Eva Floy Wheeler 12:3:245

Wyoming Zephyrs edited by Lola M. Homsher 24:2:113-119; 25:1:90-95; 25:2:205-209; 26:1:85-99; 26:2:201-222; 27:1:105-117

Wyoming. A Political History, 1868-1869 by Lewis L. Gould, review 40:2:286-287; 65:4:32

Wyoming: A Bicentennial History by T. A. Larson 66:3:18

Wyoming: A Guide to Its History, Highways, and People by the Work Projects Administration 66:1&2:25

Wyomingana 66:4:331

Wyomingana by Rose Mary Malone, review 24:1:89-91

Wyoming’s Bentonite by Roger G. Joyce 63:1:28-31

Wyoming’s 44th Star 37:1:74

Wyoming’s Children by Woods Hocker Manley 22:2:64-75

Wyoming’s Cow-Belles 21:2/3:228-235; 26:2:218

Wyoming’s Earliest Place Names? By Wilson O. Clough 37:2:211-220

Wyoming’s Fiftieth Anniversary as a State by William A. Riner 12:4:302-308

Wyoming’s Fiftieth Anniversary Year Marks Hundredth Anniversary of C. G. Coutant 12:1:33-34

Wyoming’s Fourth Governor-William A. Richards by Mrs. Alice McCreery and Tacetta B. Walker 20:2:99-130

Wyoming’s Frontier Newspapers by Elizabeth Keen 33:2:135-158

Wyoming’s Golden Anniversary, Governor Nels H. Smith 12:4:250-251

Wyoming’s Indian name (see Maugh-wau-wa-ma)

Wyoming’s Insignia-The Bucking Horse by Jean C. Gaddy 26:2:129-136

Wyoming’s Marvel by Professor Samuel Aughey 9:1:680-681

Wyoming’s Oregon Trail West of South Pass by Mrs. Mary Hurlburt Scott 22:2:47-63

Wyoming’s People by Clarice Whittenburg, review 30:2:229-230

Wyoming’s Pioneer Life Insurance Company by Edmond L. Escolas 41:2:187-192

Wyoming’s Pioneer Ranches by R. H. Burns, A. W. Gillespie and W. G. Richardson, review 28:1:109-110

Wyoming’s Statehood (10 July 1890) 10:2:94

Wyoming’s War Years, 1941-1945 by T. A. Larson, review 27:1:90, 94, 121-122; 64:3/4:8; review 66:3:10, 83-84

Wyoming’s Wealth of History by Howard R. Driggs 23:2:57-61

Wyoming’s Wonderful Women 31:2:234

Wyotah, Wyoming 29:2:158