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Colleges in Wyoming

In terms of area, Wyoming is the ninth largest state, but it's the smallest by population. Its capital, Cheyenne, is the country's second smallest state capital by population. This wide open area is home to Camp Guernsey, a National Guard installation. Eight state parks and 11 National Park Service sites reside in this state, including 96 percent of Yellowstone National Park (which Wyoming shares with Montana and Idaho). The famous geyser old Faithful and the Mammoth Hot Springs sit on Wyoming soil.

South of Yellowstone, Grand Teton national Park rises nearly 14,000 feet on the summit of Grand Teton, and there are 12 other peaks that rise above 12,000 feet. You can camp, hike or boat in the park, and there are countless opportunities for photography.

Wyoming has a long history of native culture. The two native tribes to resist oppression the longest, The Sioux and The Cheyenne, are found in Wyoming. The Wind River Reservation covers nearly two million acres, and is home today to natives of the Shoshone and Arapaho tribes.

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