1835 Delegates gathered at San Felipe de Austin in Texas agreed to establish a provisional government for the region.
1882 Frank Aloysius Barrett was born in Omaha Nebraska. He served in the Balloon Corps in World War One, and then moved to Lusk Wyoming in 1919.. He was a U.S. Representative, a U .S. Senator and the 21st Governor of Wyoming.
His son, James E. Barrett, was a senior judge of the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Circuit and former judge of the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review in Washington, D.C. who died on November 7, 2011.
1888 A pipeline for the conveyance of oil from Casper to Omaha Nebraska was proposed.
1907 Fire destroyed the area north of Big Horn Avenue in Worland.
1916 The Casper Weekly Tribune for November 10, 1916: Fine Wilson Sweep
1943 An explosion at the Sinclair Refinery in Sinclair insured five. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1945 Heart Mountain interment center closed.
1969 Judge Ewing T. Kerr heard testimony in the action brought in support of the Black 14. The Court took the matter under advisement.
1978 Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail was established.
1997 The Wyoming Air National Guard commenced operations in Operation Tempest Rapid No. 1, a firefighting mission to Indonesia. Flying until December 5, the unit would fly 250 missions in the U.S. Air Force's first overseas firefighting mission.