Wyoming, a Guide to Its History, Highways, and People

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1940
Census Figures

(The following are final figures of all incorporated cities, towns, and villages)

CITY OR TOWN
Population Population
1940 1930 1940 1930
(of 10,000 or more) Cowley 491 526
Dayton 240 348
Casper 17,964 16,619 Deaver 111 85
Cheyenne 22,474 17,361 Diamondville 586 812
Laramie 10,627 8,609 Dixon 94 145
Sheridan 10,529 8,536 Douglas 2,205 1,917
(of 2,500 to 10,000) Dubois 412 177
Edgerton 232 269
Cody 2,536 1,800 Elk Mountain 107 54
Evanston 3,605 3,075 Elmo 134 68
Green River 2,640 2,589 Encampment 331 209
Lander 2,594 1,826 Evansville 206 174
Rawlins 5,531 4,868 Fort Laramie 311 245
Riverton 2,540 1,608 Gillette 2,177 1,340
Rock Springs 9,827 8,440 Glendo 162 201
Worland 2,710 1,461 Glenrock 1,014 819
(under 2,500) Granger 163 135
Greybull 1,828 1,806
Afton 1,211 807 Guernsey 603 656
Albin 160 ... Gunn 36 2
Baggs 221 192 Hanna 1,127 ...
Basin 1,099 903 Hartville 179 189
Big Piney 241 184 Hudson 330 328
Buffalo 2,302 1,,749 Jackson 1,046 533
Burns 253 216 Kaycee 210 161
Byron 388 250 Kemmerer 2,026 1,884
Chugwater 245 286 Kirby 107 173
Clearmont 215 214 La Grange 211 ...
Cokeville 452 431 Lingle 428 415

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction ix
  • Preface xix
  • Illustrations xxi
  • Maps xxv
  • General Information xxxi
  • Calendar of Annual Events xxxvii
  • PART I - Wyoming: Past and Present 1
  • Contemporary Scene 3
  • Natural Setting 11
  • Archeology and Indians 49
  • History 58
  • Transportation 79
  • Industry, Commerce and Labor 90
  • Agriculture 98
  • Education 109
  • Sports and Recreation 117
  • Folklore and Folkways 122
  • Literature 127
  • The Theater 137
  • Music 147
  • Art 155
  • Architecture 161
  • Part II - Cities 171
  • Casper 173
  • Cheyenne 183
  • Laramie 195
  • Sheridan 206
  • PART III - Tours 215
  • Tour 1 217
  • Tour 2a 251
  • Tour 2c 253
  • Tour 3 267
  • Tour 4a 292
  • Tour 4b 300
  • Tour 6 318
  • Tour 6a 339
  • Tour 7a 341
  • Tour 8 350
  • Tour 9 356
  • Tour 10 367
  • Tour 11 380
  • Yellowstone National Park 392
  • PART IV - Appendices 439
  • Chronology 441
  • Bibliography 449
  • Glossary 459
  • 1940 - Census Figures 467
  • Index 469
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