1846 US troops move onto the left bank of the Rio Grande River.
1865 The District of the Plains was established. Attribution: On This Day.
1870 Camp Augur reorganized and renamed Camp Brown.
1906 An ore mill at Encampment burned. Attribution: Wyoming State Historical Society.
1908 Fifty-nine people killed in a mine explosion at Hanna. Attribution: On This Day.
1916 The Punitive Expedition: The Casper Daily Press, March 28, 1916
Note in this one the fruit and vegetable advertisement. Quite a difference in regards to how available these things are today.
1917 The Cheyenne State Leader for March 28, 1917: Calls to arms.
A general call to arms was going on, as Wyoming National Guardsmen were returning to service.
1918 Wyoming State Tribune, March 28, 1918. Muleless Days?
The big news was on the war, of course, but a frightening item about a shortage of mules appeared on the front cover as well.
At that time, that was no minor matter. Mules and horses remained the prime movers of short hauling and agriculture in the United States in 1918. And the US was also a major supplier of both to the Allies.
Unlike automobiles, a demand for equines couldn't simply be supplied overnight. A natural product had to develop naturally. By this point in 1918 horses and mules that were born in the first year of the war were just getting to the point where they were trainable. Horses and mules of older age, and usable for anything, had been pressed into the demand long ago.
1970 The location of Ft. Reno placed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
1975 A 6.2 earthquake occurred about 93 miles from Evanston, WY.
1982 The Sheridan County Historical Society transferred title in the Trail End Historical Center to the State of Wyoming.
2008 Gray wolves removed from the Endangered Species List.