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Sanfoin's Future in Wyoming - Sanfoin's Future in Wyoming Sainfoin, Onobrychis viciifolia is a perennial forage legume that is native to Mediterranean regions around the Black and Caspain Seas and north into Russia. Sainfoin leaves are oddly pinnate with 13-21 leaflets per leaf and produce an erect flower pink to rose in color. Sainfoin has been introduced into many other countries including Iran, Turkey, Greece, Yugoslavia, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Soviet Union, Poland, Norway and the United Kingdom. It is known that sainfoin has been grown in Europe for the past 450 years....   [tags: Sanfoin Wyoming Farming Environment Essays]
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The Effects of Wyoming’s Aging Population - The Effects of Wyoming’s Aging Population With new medical technology and improved knowledge about health and wellness, American’s life expectancy is longer than ever, with a better expected quality of life as well. Wyoming is the fastest aging state in the country according to the Billing’s Gazette. In addition to an already aging state, Wyoming has been named by national publications as a top place of retirement due to its tax structure and climate. In an article from the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, it is predicted that by the year 2020 Wyoming will have the highest percentage of residents over the age of 65....   [tags: Economics Age Economy Wyoming Essays ]
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History and Future of Wyoming’s Droughts - History and Future of Wyoming’s Droughts The Great Basin of North America and Wyoming specifically, is known for its arid and semi-arid environment, as well as prolonged and sometimes severe droughts. Drought is the prolonged and abnormal deficiency of moisture with the concomitant decline in runoff to a level significantly lower than usual (Guldin 1989). The history of droughts in Wyoming has been uncertain in the past, but recent studies of tree rings in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming have given insight to droughts as far back as 1260A.D....   [tags: Wyoming Weather Drought Essays Papers]
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Wyoming Population Boom - Wyoming Population Boom The population of a state is a seemingly simple number but one that has many complex and interesting implications. It can affect the economic, social and environmental success either short term or long term. In July 2006, Wyoming’s total resident population reached a record level of 515,004. This number may seem small when looking at the population of an entire state in comparison to other states, but for Wyoming, it really is the record number in the history of this state....   [tags: Statistics Population State Wyoming Essays]
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Our Trip to Wyoming was Beautiful - ... That night I remember watching Close Encounters right by the mountain. Our cabin was right in front of devils tower and at the last part of the movie it was filmed right was we were staying. Then we wanted to make no stops from here to Yellowstone. Driving along by the mountain near Yellowstone they told us to go around but we did not want to waste 2 hours so we went up the mountain nice and slow. Since the mountain was so steep it burned our tires. When we reached Yellowstone we made my dad pull over and we stopped at Yellowstone Lake....   [tags: geysers, bison, mountains] 1077 words
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Wyoming versus Houghton - ... Officers then searched the purse and found drug paraphernalia, and the defendant was arrested in drug charged. At the trial court the defendant was denied a motion to suppress all evidence as she argued it was obtained from an unlawful search, holding that the officers had no probable cause to search the car or any container with the car that could hold contraband. The respondent was convicted. The Wyoming Supreme Court later reversed, stating that officers with probable cause to search a vehicle may search all the containers that might conceal the objects been searched for....   [tags: warrantless searches under probable cause] 601 words
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Whiteout in Wyoming - Whiteout in Wyoming This article is a comical recollection of a young college student’s trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming entitled “Whiteout in Wyoming”. He uses a journal entry structure and rhetorical appeals to enable his audience to clearly perceive his perception that Wyoming is white. Through his whole vacation there is snow everywhere, and he only encounters one minority, who I kind of got the feeling that the author didn’t consider him a “real” minority, or a minor enough minority. It is written by a student from the University of California at Berkeley named Kevin Deenihan, who recently took a vacation to his home in Jackson Hole with his family....   [tags: Rhetorical Analysis Kevin Deenihan Essays]
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Water Sources and Uses in Wyoming - Water Sources and Uses in Wyoming With today’s drought situations, it is more important than ever to be aware of the water sources in Wyoming as well as the various uses of the water and the amount of usable water that is available compared to the amount that must be used. This paper will not only inform about those uses and numbers, but also the highly debated HB 19 bill and the four major river basins in the western part of the country that supply Wyoming with it’s water. We will be talking about where and how Wyoming gets most of its surface water every year....   [tags: Ecology Environment Essays Papers]
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Wyoming - Wyoming Wyoming is the ninth largest state. It measures 97,914 square miles. It was admitted to the union on July 10, 1890. It is the 44th state. The capital is Cheyenne. The highest point is at Gannett Peak which is at 13,804 feet above sea level. The lowest point is at Belle Fourche River. It measures at 3,100 feet above sea level. The average rainfall is 14.5 inches. The population according to the 1990 cencus is 453,588. Wyoming is also know as Big Wyoming, the Equalty State, and the Cowboy State....   [tags: Free Essays] 400 words
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Wyoming-Colorado Border Wars - Wyoming-Colorado Border Wars Deep in the heart of the American West lie two of the largest, most rugged, beautiful states in the nation, both of which have long been engaged in a heated rivalry. North and South from one another, Wyoming and Colorado have been at a border war since before either even gained statehood. With 97,195 square miles, Wyoming is the 10th largest of all 50 states. While the state is vast in land, it is scarce in population. As of 2005, a mere 509,294 residents inhabit “The Cowboy State” making it the least populated state in the nation (Wyoming facts, demography)....   [tags: USA Geography History Essays Papers]
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Dogs, Ferrets, and Toads in the Wyoming Plains - Dogs, Ferrets, and Toads in the Wyoming Plains This report is about three species that inhabit the Wyoming plains. One of these species is the black tailed prairie dog which inhabits nearly all of the U.S. and was at one time considered to be endangered. The second is the black footed ferret which was thought to be extinct until a small colony of these little predators was discovered on a ranch near Meeteetse Wyoming. The third and final animal mentioned in this report is the Wyoming toad. These toads are becoming increasingly scarce in the wild....   [tags: Species Animals Environment Essays Papers]
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Grand Teton National Park - ... Try to find all the hidden treasures, such as the hidden streams, waterfalls, and meadows of the Grand Teton Mountain range. Then, lie-down in the vivid colors of the meadow wildflowers and watch as the sun disappears behind the alluring mountains that dominate the sky. As the lakes reflect the majestic mountains it is easy to enjoy the serenity of the atmosphere, and distress with your family and friends, or alone. As one of the last, nearly intact, temperate ecosystems on Earth it is easy to imagine what it would have been like to live in the area a couple hundred years ago....   [tags: Wyoming parks]
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The Need for Theatre in Wyoming to Find Outside Funding - The Need for Theatre in Wyoming to Find Outside Funding There you are sitting in a theatre watching a play. You say to yourself, this play could be so much better if they would do that different. Of course the designers could do things differently, they might have even considered the same things that you have, the only thing wrong with that is that type of stuff takes money. What most people don't realize is that the theatres in Wyoming are very under funded. Theatres in Wyoming are not able to support themselves alone they need outside funding....   [tags: Papers] 1102 words
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Collective Action Successes of the Black14 - While the country as a whole was fighting the way though many civil rights issues concerning African Americans, each state had citizens that were going through their own struggles that led to protests. At the University of Wyoming, 14 African American football players, later known as the Black 14, wanted to protest their football game against Brigham Young University, due to the university’s association with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The LDS church had rules against allowing African American citizens from being part of the priesthood....   [tags: african-americans, university of wyoming]
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Yellowstone National Park - ... During the 1850's to 1870, the miners of Yellowstone helped to publicize the region with not much more credibility than their trapper ancestors. In 1863, Walter and his party set out to scout through the Yellowstone to find gold. Even though the party was equipped with prospector tools and no survey equipment, his party made many new discoveries including Shoshone and Lewis Lake he also published the first map of the Yellowstone area. By 1870, gold fever was gone and the great Yellowstone expeditions began....   [tags: tourism, services, wyoming] 948 words
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Johnson County Stock War: Big Business versus Small Ranchers - Johnson County Stock War: Big Business versus Small Ranchers On March 10, 1892 the Billings Gazette reported, “The opening of spring may be more red than green for the horse thieves and cattle thieves of Johnson County” (Brash, 143). The writer of the article could little have known how truthful their premonition would prove to be. The late 1800’s were turbulent times in the West. Large tracts of publicly held range ground would be at the center of Wyoming’s very own civil war. Gil Bollinger, author and western researcher, reports that by the 1870’s and 1880’s fencing of land to enclose both crops and water sources was common (Bollinger, 81)....   [tags: Wyoming Agriculture Farming History Essays]
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The Channel on Lake Winona - The Channel on Lake Winona There is a small town called Boulder that is located in the backcountry of Wyoming. This spot is one of my family’s favorite vacation sites. My grandparents have built a log cabin back there and we visit it every summer. Along with visiting my grandparents, we spend a week backpacking in the mountains of the Wind River Range. Back in this area there are tons of lakes to camp by and fish. However, in order to reach the first lake you have to hike an enormous seven miles, but we take the easy way out, we horseback ride in....   [tags: Lakes Personal Narratives Wyoming Essays] 1164 words
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Jacques La Ramee - Jacques La Ramee Throughout Wyoming many landmarks are named after an early French—Canadian trapper. These landmarks include the Laramie River, the Laramie Peak , the Laramie Plains, Laramie County , Fort Laramie , the town of Fort Laramie , and the city of Laramie . Jacques LaRamee (Laramée, Laramé, Laramie , De la Ramie, de la Rame, or La Ramee it is spelled different by almost all the listed sources) was a mysterious man with obvious influence (Chittenden, 1935; Coutant, 1899; Fetter, 1982; McDermott, 1968; Pitcher, 2000)....   [tags: Biography History Ramee Wyoming Essays Papers]
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Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction by Ralph Tyler - In his book Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction, Ralph Tyler outlines four critical components of curriculum that may serve as a guide to the creation of curriculum as well as a tool for the analysis and interpretation of curriculum. The four basic components consist of educational purposes (or objectives), educational experiences (or learning activities), organization, and evaluation (Tyler, 1949, p. 1). While Tyler does speak to each of these four components, nearly half of the book is devoted to the section on objectives....   [tags: Book Review Tyler, education, Wyoming]
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Outdoor Education Program and Research Proposal Part 1 - Introduction and Overview Description of the program The proposed program is a major in Outdoor Education (OE) to be housed in the College of Education at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY. Outdoor Education is a broad and diverse field but in its most simplistic terms is a form of education that occurs outdoors. The field has strong ties to adventure, experiential, place-based, and environmental education. The OE field supports thousands of seasonal and permanent jobs nationally and statewide, with institutions like the National Outdoor Leadership School, the Teton Science School, and numerous summer camps....   [tags: grant assignments]
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The Reintroduction of the Gray Wolf to Yellowstone - The Reintroduction of the Gray Wolf to Yellowstone Gauss’ Law states that no two organisms can occupy the same ecological niche without excluding the other, but what happens when man gets involved with nature and tries to introduce a species where it doesn’t belong which in turn provides a second organism to fill the same niche as the first. The results of human intervention have often been disastrous for the organism that we’re supposedly helping. Humans often times do not understand the complexity of the implications that are caused directly through our intervention....   [tags: Environment Wolves Species Essays Papers]
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Biography of Nellie Tayloe Ross - Biography of Nellie Tayloe Ross Nellie Tayloe was a woman of remarkable skills, responsibility and endurance. Before she became the first woman governor of the United States, Nellie was a kindergarten teacher and a presenter of informative papers at her local women’s group. She also helped her husband with his law practice as well as his governorship. Nellie was born in Missouri in 1876. “She was the sixth child and the first daughter of James and ‘Lizzie’ Tayloe” (Scheer, 2). Nellie was very private about her childhood and little is known about the family from which she came....   [tags: Bio Biograhies Nellie Ross Essays Papers]
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Roosevelt and Jeffrey: Tales From Americana - It’s a story they tell the Great Plains, where Wyoming joins Montana and Idaho. Certainly, old Franklin Delano Roosevelt is dead. Yet, he is still out there somewhere, and his presence can be felt every single time there is a wind. I can remember, whenever a buffalo approached FDR’s grave, the ground started to shake. It shook so hard that one of the sturdiest buildings fell because of all the shaking. Obviously, Roosevelt was the powerful man in town. His policies manipulated everything like never before....   [tags: Historical Fiction] 1237 words
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Humans and Animal Extinction - ... While the U.S. wildlife service has lifted the endangered species protection, the thought of killing the gray wolf is not as strong as the thought of keeping it away from humanized development. "We are hopeful, by putting some pressure on them, they'll move back into areas where it's less habited and there's less livestock” (Jonsson). This quote supports my thesis because while the wolves roam outside of the protection of national parks the pressure put on them by hunters, trappers and ranchers will hopefully drive them back into less inhabited areas and back into the protected national parks....   [tags: Human History, Dominance, Landscape, Animals]
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An Opponent of Electoral College - ... Consequently, even though the Democratic presidential candidate Martin Van Buren won a majority of electoral votes, no vice presidential candidate won a majority, and the U.S. Senate was left to make the decision ("FairVote.org | Faithless Electors"). The next issue is the possibility of electing a minority president. Many critics claim that the Electoral College, with its "winner take all” principle, allows for the election of a president who has not won a majority in the popular vote. This unfortunate scenario, you might think to be an anomaly, has surprisingly occurred fifteen times including the 1912 and 1916 elections of President Wilson, Truman in 1948, Kennedy in 1960, Nixon in 19...   [tags: vote, candidate, minority, popular, negative] 540 words
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The Warrior Dome Pool in the City of Worland - ... The following have the fastest time in the state for 3A high schools such as Guy Fulfer and Will Vietti. Both of these amazing guys have continued their career at the collegiate level. Fulfer went to the University of Wyoming and Vietti continued his career at the University of Kentucky. Both role models and great giving guys have set standards in the Warrior Dome. They both left their mark in a pool they knew was not going to last long but they made it last as if it were a lifetime. The Warrior dome may be torn down, but in many eyes it is still standing in our eyes....   [tags: Olympic swimmers history] 833 words
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An Overview of JC Penney Corporation Inc. - The owner's method of financing the start of the company J.C. Penney Corporation, Inc., an American Retail Company, was created in 1902 by James Cash Penney. Currently, the company is involved in marketing clothing, home-based fixtures, jewelry, cosmetics, and cookware. Originally, incorporated as the J.C. Penney Stores Company from 1913 to 1924, and its present name, J.C. Penney Co., was reincorporated present in 1968. In the early 21st century, the company operated roughly 1,000 stores in the United States and Puerto Rico....   [tags: james penney, retail company, jc penney]
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Hate Crime: The Case of Matthew Shepard - ... "McKinney asked ‘Can you read my license plate?’ Matthew Shepard said, ‘Yes I can read your license’ and read it. " This further enraged McKinney who struck him three more times over the head as hard as he could, knocking him unconscious. ‘He read it back to me and I hit him again’, McKinney said in his taped confession to the police.” (Robert, 2014) McKinney and Henderson tied Shepard to a fence, robbed him, beat him some more and then left him to die. He was found by a bicyclist on October 7th 1998 and ran to the nearest house to call the police....   [tags: The Laramie Project, equality, differences] 1528 words
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Unfairness in the Electoral College - If you think on the Election Day, you just voted for US president, than you are mistaken, just like millions of Americans who hope their votes would pick next president. When voting for President, we actually vote for state electors who hold Electoral votes. Electoral votes are the votes that decide victory of candidate in election. This Electoral College System has limited democracy to people in major three ways. Electoral college holds an ability to alter result of Election over popular votes, discriminates candidates to campaign in certain states not others, and creates high voter turnouts....   [tags: Electoral College, USA, ] 798 words
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The Depositional Environment, Petrology, Mineralogy, Structure, Exploration and Processing of Oil in the Greater Green River Basin - ... In the case of the Green River Formation high gamma radiation values indicated that clastic mudstone facies were present in depths ranging from 244-250 meters. Lower gamma values show that calcareous mudstone facies at depths between 215-235 meters. This information was used to correlate calcareous versus clastic mudstones throughout the basin. The distinction between calcareous and clastic mudstones in the basin has had two different but similar depositional scenarios proposed. One scenario suggests that the clastic mudstones, which were indicated by higher gamma levels, were deposited as the result of a lowering in water levels in basin allowing for more potassium feldspar sediments to...   [tags: applications, economics, oil shale]
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Who had it Better off; Nannie or Elinore - After reading “A Bride Goes West”, which I really enjoyed, and watching Heartland, I came to realize that the two are very similar. Peaceful yet precarious landscape of the Northwest (particularly Wyoming and Montana) reveals itself in both stories as beautiful and inspiring, yet the fierceness and longevity of the winters, leave the homesteaders vulnerable to its wrath. Homesteading is not for the faint of heart. A team is needed in order to survive the twists and turns of nature and the economy....   [tags: Character Analysis ]
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Worland High School:The New Surface of the Sun - ... The gym might as well be the heart of soul of the entire building due to the warmth radiating out of it. As my day comes to a close, I gather my things at my locker and head back outside to the cold wasteland of a Wyoming winter. In fact I hold an incredible idea, for all of the warmth of Worland High School. Everyone that attends Worland High School should show up in no more than their underwear. Why should we waste so much of our hard earned money on clothing, when we can just have so much warmth at Worland High School....   [tags: warm, cell phone, bullying] 730 words
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The Electoral College Should Be Abolished - The Founders built certain protections for individual rights into this country's founding documents. The United States Constitution was one such document. In particular, such protections guard Americans who hold minority viewpoints from those who side with the majority. For example, the First Amendment protects the right of free speech to ensure that people who hold unpopular views have just as much freedom to express those views as do people who tend to agree with the majority. The United States Constitution, therefore, was intended to protect the individual rights of Americans from a tyrannical government and majority....   [tags: US Politics]
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Annie Proulx's Life and Accomplishments - Annie Proulx, Edna Annie Proulx in full,was born August of 1935 in Norwich, Connecticut. Growing up, she was the oldest of five sisters. Her dad was vice president of a textile company. She moved around often as a child and attended to Colby College in Maine, where she met her first husband. Proulx left school, and began working various jobs. She then went on to the University of Vermont in 1963, and then George Williams University located in Montreal in 1973. In the early seventies, Proulx began writing articles in magazines such as Esquire and Country Journal....   [tags: Biography]
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UND Nursing Program Entry Essay - ... This elaborate work experience has instilled in me a sense of responsibility, care, patience, and helped me realize the value of human life. To further my knowledge and skills for midlevel practice, I took up work at the University of New Mexico Hospital (UNMH), a level 1 trauma center in 2003. During this work time, I came to appreciate the profession of nursing. I witnessed human life in suffering and pain and realized how the nurses were a pillar of strength and support to the healthcare professionals to bring relief to such suffering through their knowledge and profession....   [tags: Healthcare, ICU] 579 words
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The Old West: Range Wars - ... This is partially true. Lawrence Murphy owned a dry goods monopoly, and he was a very greedy man. The one thing the film doesn’t portray correctly is John Chisum’s involvement. While Chisum did help Tunstall, he did not lead the fight against Murphy. In Young Guns, the feud is portrayed as being between Tunstall and Murphy, with very little involvement from Chisum. The story focuses on the young gunslingers Tunstall has hired to protect his ranch from Murphy, namely Billy the Kid. The movie portrays Billy as a young man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time and had to fight his way out of it....   [tags: cattle ranchers and sheep herders] 1145 words
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Get the Vote Right - When the Founding Fathers created the United States, they deliberately established it as a republic to eliminate the chaos of a strict democracy. It would allow for an organized debate of the issues since relatively few would speak for hundreds of thousands and pass laws in their name. As long as representatives remain loyal to their constituents, the republic works well. However, it begins to fall apart when self service takes precedence over public service. This is exactly what has happened to the American political system; politicians accept money to fund their next campaign in exchange for political favors, all at the expense of those they were elected to serve....   [tags: U.S. Politics ]
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Hydraulic Fracturing Research Paper - Around the world, countries are dependent on oil and more often than not, foreign oil. The U.S. is at a time where they believe buying foreign oil supports terrorism and hurts our economy. Shale formations deep underground that spread all over the U.S. have been found to contain natural gas. This includes the Marcellus Shale formation and the Utica Shale formation, which can be found all throughout New York State and down the East Coast (Hydro-Fracking pg.1). To get at this abundance of gas underground, hydraulic fracturing was invented, but this new method of gas extraction safe for the environment and for the people around it....   [tags: Fracking Research Paper]
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Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) - Introduction to CWD; Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a fatal neuro-degenerative, transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) of the family Cervidae (Hamir, et.al., 2006). The family Cervidae includes mule deer, Odocolileus hemionus, white-tailed deer, Odocolileus virginianus, Rocky Mountain elk, Cervus elaphus nelsoni, and moose, Alces alces shirasi, among others (Sigurdon & Aguzzi, 2007). CWD is a prion disease, meaning it is a protein caused infection, that occurs naturally in the deer family (Song & Lawson, 2009)....   [tags: Medical Research, Medicine] 1090 words
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The Women's Rights Movement - ... Both association want to gain the rights to vote for women through a amendment passed in the Congress and the fifty states. Wyoming first answer the call, they pass the women’s suffrage law and women begin to serve as juries in Wyoming. This step maybe small but it meant a lot to the women suffragists. In 1872, Susan B. Anthony registers to vote and votes in the presidential election. Evidently, Susan B. Anthony were placed on a trial and was sentenced a fine of $100 which she refused to pay....   [tags: suffrage, nineteenth ammendment to Constitution] 788 words
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A Comparison of Vacations - A Comparison of Vacations Summer and vacations are synonymous, especially with my family. Does Chevy Chase and summer vacation ring a bell. With a family of six, anything is possible. There are two types of excursions that we take every year. I refer to one as my family vacation and the other as my family trip. My family vacation to the beach is an annual event, but my family trip destination is always different. This past summer my family and I went to Wyoming. Both experiences were the highlights of my summer but for very different reasons....   [tags: Compare Contrast Comparing] 1130 words
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The Yellowstone Wolf Controversy - One of the biggest reasons for the reintroduction of wolves back into Yellowstone was that they had originally roamed from Yellowstone all the way down to Mexico. While a lot of people were in favor of the reintroduction of the wolves, there were many who were against it. The main people who were against the reintroduction of the wolves back into the park were the ranchers who made a living in the areas surrounding the park. During 70 years of absence from the Rockies, the Grey Wolf had been protected under the Endangered Species Act that was passed in 1973....   [tags: Nature Animals Ecology Essays Papers]
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Pristine Contentment - Gretel Ehrlich describes her move to Wyoming as awakening from a nap, satisfied in her new home she becomes absorbed in its tranquility and indifference. She is reborn, starts anew and creates a new life for herself. Ehrlich even cut her hair and buys new clothes to create a "new" and different person. To read and understand this essay means looking deeper into the author's story of rebirth, and how the big Wyoming skies were healing and put things into perspective for her. Thus, improving her quality of life without any fillers or distractions....   [tags: World Literature] 591 words
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A Rawlsian Approach - Three Constitutional questions have come before the Court on writ of certiorari. I will briefly summarize the arguments put forth in the appellate courts. I then present my analysis of these contentions and offer my humble opinion on how the Court ought to proceed. The petitioner in the first case has brought a suit alleging two Constitutional violations. First he claims that his right to freely exercise religion has been abridged, and secondly that his freedom from government establishment of religion is being infringed upon....   [tags: Law]
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Fighting for Justice - ... Susan B. Anthony words denotes the drive that she had in her struggle for women’s rights. Anthony’s words “Failure is impossible,” shows men that women would not accept failure as an option when faced with the struggle of suffrage. During the early 20th century, women were denied the right to vote because of their gender and intelligence stereotypes as well as their set role in society. The 19th Amendment of the Constitution gave women the explicit right to vote. Anthony uses this quote to explain to American society that women should be treated equally and should have the same rights as males....   [tags: women's rights, gender equality] 973 words
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The Environmental Analysis - Introduction The Environmental Analysis is all the external and internal forces that may affect a business. The analysis contains the Macro-Environmental Analysis, Micro-Environmental Analysis, Internal Analysis, and the SWOT. Powder Coating PlusNorthwest must take a proactive approach in evaluating and reviewing all the factors in order to keep the business sustainable with the continuous variations. The information was obtained through various websites, the business librarian at MSU Billings, and numerous interviews with the client....   [tags: business strategy, strengths, factors] 2180 words
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The Pioneers of Womens Suffrage - The Pioneers of Womens Suffrage Are women really inferior to men. Of course not, but this is the mindset that has been a part of the world since the beginning. For a long time, even women did not believe that they measured up to men. In her book Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen wrote, "A women, especially, if she have the misfortune of knowing anything, should conceal it as well as she can (Gurko 1974, 5)." Beginning in the early 1900's, though, women began to want changes in society. They wanted to have a say in the decisions that were made, especially in the area of politics....   [tags: Papers] 1303 words
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Mathew Shepard Case Brief - Matthew Shepard Case Brief Facts: Twenty one year old, University of Wyoming college student, Matthew Shepard, died October 12, 1998 at 12:53 a.m. after spending five days in a comma due to massive injuries and head trauma in a robbery and hate crime assault (Matthew Shepard, 2000 [on-line]). Matthew Shepard met Aaron McKinney (22) and Russell Henderson (21) of Laramie in a local bar called Fireside Lounge. McKinney and Henderson had been drinking. The two led Shepard to believe they were gay and lured Shepard to their truck....   [tags: essays research papers] 875 words
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Volcanic Activity at Yellowstone - Yellowstone is a national park covering 3,468 square miles in Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana and it is elevated 8,000 feet from the ground on a plateau. But is there still present volcanic hazard in Yellowstone. The park is covered with over 10,000 geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and travertine terraces, perhaps caused by a ?hot spot. that it overlies. A violent history suggests equally as devastating future volcanic activity, underground forces are causing the landscape to change and geysers to become more active....   [tags: essays research papers] 460 words
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Montana Battles - The only battle remembered in the Indian Wars was the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Custer’s brilliant last stand. Custer made the biggest mistake of his life and that is what propelled him to fame. U.S. Army performed better without him. There were other battles besides that one. For instance the Battle of Rosebud Creek. Led by General Crook, the U.S. Army got attacked by Sioux and Northern Cheyenne warriors. The Army fought hard but lost in the end. How about the Battle of the Bear Paw Mountains....   [tags: U.S. History]
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The Dark Avengers - Heroes come in all shapes and sizes; tall, dark, handsome, ugly, astute, or mentally handicapped, and Shane is no exception. He rode into their lives with temperance and vigor, and left a legacy behind. How does one deal with a shady business man who is hell bent on wanted and willful destruction of freedom. Brute force has always been the heroes approach. Shane rode into a small town in Wyoming and met a family, who with all their respect needed a hero. Both of the stories that I will tell, including Shane’s and the story of Tombstone had their similarities, and also had their differences....   [tags: Literary Review ] 1468 words
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Flowers for Algernon - “Flowers for Algernon, first published in 1959, is considered a landmark work on both science fiction and disability literature,” (Werlock 2009). The American Library Association reports that this novel was banned as an obscene for its love scenes. When the main character, Charlie Gordon, increases his IQ from 68 to a level that makes him a genius (after received experimental brain surgery), his maturity leads him to fall in love with his teacher, and a sexual encounter ensues. This caused Flowers for Algernon to be banned and challenged in many places (Plant City, Florida- 1976, Emporium, Pennsylvania- 1977, Oberlin High School (Ohio) - 1983, among others)....   [tags: Character Analysis, Charlie Gordon] 1055 words
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Fort Laramie Treaty - After many years of battling with the Native Americans for land, the United States grew tired of the fight and sought "peace". The first Fort Laramie treaty of 1851 acknowledged the Lakota territory, which consisted of North and South Dakota, parts of Montana, Nebraska, and Wyoming as belonging to the Sioux Indians. This was a considerably large section of land equating to about five percent of the United States (Calloway, 2012). The U.S. government realized the abundant natural resources of gold that existed in this territory and attempted to enact the Bozeman Trail....   [tags: Laramie, Sioux, United States]
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