1882 Frederic Remington's drawings published for the first time.
1890 Territorial Delegate Joseph M. Carey introduced a bill calling for Statehood for Wyoming.
1891 Joel Ware Foster took office as the State's first Bank Examiner.
1895 The University of Wyoming Alumni Association founded.
1898 Miners in Diamondville formed a union. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1917 The Wyoming Tribune for March 26, 1917: Guardsmen Return To Service
Guardsmen nationwide was the headline in the Wyoming Tribune, as opposed to the State's troops as discussed in the Laramie Boomerang.
Cheyenne's paper was noting that Colorado cavalry, just arrived at Ft. D. A. Russell fresh from border service, was now set not to muster out at all. Late in the process of mustering out, it didn't look like they were going to.
They'd barely made it home, and now they were being called back into service. The Wyoming National Guard was mobilized once again.
This time the plan was for one of the battalions to be mounted, in what would prove to be an irony. while cavalry was not obsolete in 1917, a battalion sized cavalry unit would have been of more utility on the border than it would have been in Europe. Of course, in March 1917 it wasn't clear that the Guard would be serving in Europe, or even that the Army would be.
1918 Elmer Lovejoy of Laramie patented a powered garage door opener. Lovejoy had previously built his own automobile.
1926 Game and Fish planted 27 pairs of Hungarian Partridges. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1932 A magnitude 6 earthquake happened near Jackson.
1943 Wyoming beat Oklahoma, 53 to 50, in basketball.
1992 Big Horn Academy Building in Cowley added to the National Registry of Historic Places.
1993 The T A Ranch, scene of the siege of the Invaders during the Johnson County War, added to the National Registry of Historic Places.