The History of Wyoming, from the earliest known discoveries, Volume 1
By Charles Griffin Coutant
The History of Wyoming, Volume I, edited by Ichabod Sargent Bartlett, 1918
Ichabod Sargent Bartlett (1838-1925) was born in Amesbury, Massachusetts, and served with the 10th New Hampshire volunteer infantry during the Civil War and continued serving in the U.S. Army until 1868, working as a paymaster in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas. While in Texas, he became friends with Mexican President Benito Juárez. Bartlett moved to Wyoming in 1878 and served as an editor of the Cheyenne "Leader" and in the Wyoming Territorial Legislature. Bartlett was married to Mary Jane Eastman (1847-1918) in 1871.
History of Wyoming, Volume II - edited by Ichabod Sargent Bartlett - [HTML]
Mini biographies of many prominant citizens of Wyoming.
The History of Wyoming, Volume III - edited by Ichabod Sargent Bartlett - [HTML]
1804 - James Bridger - 1881
Woman Suffrage in Wyoming
Frontier Days- A True Narrative of Striking Events on the Western Frontier
by Judge William L. Kuykendall