It did not matter where they came from or how they got to Wyoming, whether it was on the Oregon Trail in the 19th century or on a jet plane in the 21st, a visit to the Equality State was enough to make many of them decide to settle down.

Author Dennis Davis has explored communities across the Cowboy State while examining the importance of industries in those places while capturing Mother Nature’s beautiful creations and landscapes through the stories and photographs in his book “Wyoming: Perspectives on a ‘Small Town with Long Streets.’”

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