Politics & Government
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|Ross, Nellie Tayloe and 1928 presidential campaign||Rebecca Hein|
|Ross, Nellie Tayloe, biographical essay||Tom Rea|
|Ross, William||Wyoming State Archives|
|Rural electrification, Wyoming history of||Kerry Drake|
|Sagebrush Philosophy magazine||Rebecca Hein|
|Shoshone Cavern National Monument||Phil Roberts|
|Shoshone Reservation, 1905 Land Cession Agreement||WyoHistory.org|
|Simpson, Milward||Wyoming State Archives|
|Simpson, Milward - interview||Wyoming State Archives|
|Simpson, Milward and the death penalty||Robin Everett|
Politics & Government
Encyclopedia | Jack Gage was serving as Secretary of State when Governor Hickey resigned to enter the U.S. Senate. Gage became acting Governor January 2, 1961 and served for the duration of Hickey's term.
Encyclopedia | President Harrison appointed William Richards surveyor general of the Territory in 1889. He was elected governor and served from January 7, 1895 to January 2, 1899.
Encyclopedia | President Cleveland appointed George W. Baxter Territorial Governor in 1886. The new Governor took the oath of office November 11, 1886 and served until December 20, 1886.
Encyclopedia | President Hayes appointed John Hoyt Governor of Wyoming Territory on April 10, 1878. The new Governor took the oath of office May 29, 1878 and served until August 22, 1882.
Encyclopedia | Elected Secretary of State in 1946, Arthur Crane became acting Governor in 1949 at the age of 72. After his term as Governor he wrote many articles on education and was active in many education organizations.
Encyclopedia | John Osborne was elected Governor and served from January 1893 to January 1895. He was also a member of Congress from March 1897 to March 1899,
Encyclopedia | After joining the Republican Party, Amos W. Barber was elected Secretary of State in September 1890 and served until January of 1895. Secretary Barber's term was interrupted while he served as Acting Governor from November 24, 1890 until January 2, 1893.
Encyclopedia | Joseph Hickey was elected Governor and served two years before resigning in January 1961 to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the death of Senator Elect Keith Thomson.