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pulitzer.png“Fair, Faithful and Fearless”

On the newspaper's 21st anniversary in 1907, Bill Barlow's Budget of Douglas, Wyo., declared itself “Fair, Faithful and Fearless.” Click the links below for access to a new series of WyoHistory.org articles on Wyoming newspapers and the people — always reaching for the Budget's ideals — who made them what they were. For their generous support, we thank the Wyoming Humanities Council and the Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Initiative, a joint venture of the Pulitzer Prizes Board and the Federation of State Humanities Councils in celebration of the 2016 centennial of the prizes.

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Explore WyoHistory.org’s education packages, designed for classroom use. Our Digital Toolkits of Wyoming History, aimed at secondary levels and above, connect topics in Wyoming history with one of 12 overarching areas of U.S. history.

Packages on the Oregon Trail and the Indian Wars are aimed at elementary classrooms. They offer articles, maps, field-trip lesson plans, videos and interactive quizzes.

All packages contain information on how the exercises meet Wyoming state social studies standards.

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