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Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette is the county seat of Campbell County and a city in the United States. Gillette area was formerly referred to as the Donkey Town and later was referred as a tent town. This community earned its name after Edward Gillett, a local surveyor then. This was the time the area in 1891 was platted, and the lots were sold. In the same year, the railroad arrived, and after a span of time, the community here started to prosper and also develop, but after the railroad extension was done beyond Gillette, the community declined.

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Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole

Jackson is located in the Teton County, Wyoming. It is a town in the Jackson Hole valley, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 9,577, showing an increase from 8,647 population in 2000. It is a large town in this county seat.

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Devils Tower

Devils Tower – Unsolved Mystery

Devils Tower is in the northwest end of the Black Hills, on the border of the Wyoming side. Devils Tower has a huge geological deposit of igneous rock. It projects in a consistent fashion from the earth, a feature that gives rise to many public appeal and legends. The Devils Tower, located near Belle Fourche River is a part of the Black Hills Mountain.

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Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park

The First National Park
Yellowstone was the first of America’s national park, and the first reserve in the Western world established to preserve an area of natural beauty in its pristine state. Every park and wildlife refuge and natural preservation area that has come later is the result of Yellowstone. To almost the same extent as the Statue of Liberty, the Old Faithful geyser in the park is a symbol of America and its natural wonders.

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