1870 1st Lt. Charles Stambaugh, 2nd U.S. Cavalry, for whom Camp Stambaugh was named, killed in action near Miner's Delight.
1883 Remains of soldiers buried at Ft. Fetterman relocated to the Ft McPherson National Cemetary.
1890 Bill Carlisle, the Gentleman Bandit, born
1918 Daniel F. Hudson reappointed as U. S. Marshall.
1923 It was reported, and is reported by the Wyoming State Historical Society, for this day, that a hog in Kemmerer ate 40 lbs of mash, thereby destroying the evidence in a bootlegging case. To add to that, Kemmerer was a center of bootlegging during prohibition, and was even known for the quality of its illegal whiskey.
1925 A contract was awarded for the construction of Guernsey Dam. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1934 The Civilian Conservation Corps established Camp Miller near Gillette. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1942 The U.S. began food rationing.
1973 Special Agent George W. Henderson, Office of the Attorney General, killed by accidental discharge of his own weapon during the pursuit of a narcotics suspect.
1979 Dwain L. Hardigan, Albany County Sheriff's Deputy, killed in an airplane accident. He and the pilot were searching for, and had just located, a lost skier.
1987 The Wyoming State Capitol designated a National Historic Landmark.
1987 The Bear Creek Ranch Medicine Wheel added to the National Register of Historic Places.
1987 The Split Rock Prehistoric Site added to the National Register of Historic Places.