Cheyenne is located in the state of Wyoming and is considered to be its largest city, its capital, and the seat of Laramie County, it sits along the southeastern corner of the state. The city sprawls over the high slopes of the prairie and is on the westward going to the Laramie Mountains. 1n 1867, the squatters in the area arrived just before the Union Pacific Railroad and was named after the Cheyenne Indians, however, they were removed from the land grant of the railroad by the federal troops. The community became the outfitting point for the Black Hills fields to the northeastern part and as a relevant trasport point for cattle from Texas in the 1870s. Cheyenne’s grazing lands and had become famed for Hereford herds and of the wealthy cattle barons.

Population 62,448  (16.90%)

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