Gertrude of Wyoming

America’s Most Lopsided Defeat: The Battle of Wyoming
When the United States Congress officially established the Wyoming Territory in 1868, most locals had no idea what it was named for.
Based on the native American term "mecheweamiing", meaning "at the big plains", Wyoming was originally named for a valley in northea…
Did You Know There is a Wyoming in Australia?
Happy Australia Day, mate. Observed every year on Jan. 26, the celebration commemorates the landing of the first British ships on the continent in 1778.
Not far from Port Jackson, New South Wales, where the fleet first raised the British flag 238 year ago, lies the town of Wyoming...