This entry more likely belongs at our Today In Wyoming's History blog, as it isn't so much of a church item (well maybe it is) as a history item. Note how particularly early this Oregon Trail event was, 1836. Well before the big flood of travelers starting going over the trail in the late 1840s.
1863 John Bozeman leaves Ft. Laramie to scout a trail to the Yellowstone Valley. The trail would become the Bozeman Trail.
1876 The Army commences to inform the widows of the Little Big Horn Battle of the loss of their husbands at Ft. Abraham Lincoln.
1890 The streetcar line in Cheyenne running from Capitol Ave. to Lake Minnehaha completed. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1899 The Wyoming Battalion received its orders in the Philippines to return to the U.S. Attribution: On This Day.
1922 Seven gamblers were arrested in Yoder, in the garage of a deputy sheriff. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1976 Frederic Hutchinson Porter, an architect responsible for the design of several important buildings in Cheyenne and a Cheyenne resident, died.