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Cheyenne, the magic city of the plains.

Cheyenne Centennial Committee. Historical Committee.

Cheyenne, the magic city of the plains.

by Cheyenne Centennial Committee. Historical Committee.

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Published by Cheyenne Centennial Committee in [Cheyenne, Wyo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cheyenne (Wyo.)
    • Subjects:
    • Cheyenne (Wyo.) -- History.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF769.C5 C47
      The Physical Object
      Pagination123 p.
      Number of Pages123
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5547561M
      LC Control Number67026243

      Happy Birthday, Cheyenne! As Mayor of the Magic City of the Plains, it is my honor to host Cheyenne’s sesquicentennial year activities and celebration. As you will see in this “memory book,“ we chose to mark the occasion with many official observances and activities. In this memory book, we have collected what we believe you’ll want to. Do you have an old mattress and box springs that you don’t know how to get rid of in The Magic City of the Plains? Whether you are a home or hotel owner in Cheyenne, Wyoming, we can help you get rid of that old mattress the easy way. Mattress disposal Cheyenne WY is reliable and easy with our affordable removal services.

        Haunted Cheyenne book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In, at the spot where the Union Pacific Railroad crossed Crow C /5(3).   CHEYENNE - The "Magic City of the Plains" turned years old on Tuesday. And judging by the hundreds of people gathered at the Cheyenne Depot Plaza to celebrate, Cheyenne isn't going anywhere Author: Katie Kull, Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

      About this Item: Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department October , Cheyenne, sc. Wyoming, Fort David A. Russell, plains Indians, Oregon Trail October, issue of WHS quarterly. Includes articles on Ft. David Russell, plains Indians & the Oregon Trail, and others of interest. very good, slightly cocked, notes. Cheyenne, the capital city of Wyoming, is located in Laramie County on the semiarid High Plains at an elevation of 6, feet. In the city's population The Union Pacific Railroad gave birth to Cheyenne during the summer of when its chief engineer, Maj. Gen. Grenville M. Dodge, selected and surveyed the site as a supply depot.


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Cheyenne, the magic city of the plains by Cheyenne Centennial Committee. Historical Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Growing rapidly, Cheyenne soon gained another name, “The Magic City of the Plains.” The Cheyenne Leader reported businesses in town by November By Julyjust a year after the first settlers arrived, the paper noted a population of “not less than 5,".

Writers back east originally coined Cheyenne as the “Magic City of the Plains” due to the speed at which the city developed. It appeared practically from nowhere – in just five short months, over 4, people called the railroad stop home.

Appropriately, albeit unexpectedly, a century-and-change later conjured a more literal meaning to the moniker: several professional magicians claimed. Books about Cheyenne's history especially for those new to the city’s history. The book is still in circulation through sellers like and “The Magic City of the Plains.

Within five months of its founding as a railroad town on July 4,Cheyenne, Wyoming, boasted a population above 4, The stunning growth attracted some of the West’s biggest names to what Eastern newspapers called the Magic City of. The story of the formative period of Cheyenne is, to a remarkable degree, the story of America's last West.

Founded as a railroad boomtown, Cheyenne was a raucous and violent Hell on Wheels. Rising as if by magic from an empty prairie, Cheyenne was known the "Magic City" of the Plains. The cast of this great Western saga was colorful and imposing.4/5(1).

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Magic City Of The Plains. Old West heritage is celebrated in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Leo W. Banks. Within five months of its founding as a railroad town on July 4,Cheyenne, Wyoming, boasted a population above 4, The stunning growth attracted some of the West’s biggest names to what Eastern newspapers called the Magic City of the : True West.

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Our mission to support people to live successfully guides our daily behavior as we make decisions that are based on our Core Values of Integrity, Health and Safety, Compassion. Magic City of the Plains Thursday, Octo AM by Andi Writers back east originally coined Cheyenne as the “Magic City of the Plains” due to the speed at.

We visited Cheyenne, WY for several days, Julyon our way back to Colorado after trip to Yellowstone National Park. Although it is the capital of Wyoming, it is a small city with ca. 63, Settlement came so fast that the nickname "Magic City of the Plains" was adopted.

A City of the First Class On August 8,the first charter for the government of the City of Cheyenne was established. On AugH. Hook was elected mayor.

At the time, Cheyenne was situated in the Dakota Territory and had a population of. Nine Council members are elected for staggered four-year terms from the City’s three wards.

The Council’s function is primarily legislative, while a full-time Mayor serves as the City’s CEO and is responsible for administrative functions.

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Magic City Enterprises is a non profit agency who assists those with disabilities to achieve individual /5(19). Baker was an unofficial cheerleader for Cheyenne, often writing stories that predicted a wonderful future for the “Magic City of the Plains.” He sold the Leader shortly after a fire in Cheyenne, known from its earliest days as the "Magic City of the Plains," sprang up almost overnight in to meet the Union Pacific Railroad's anticipated westward expansion.

Named after the Cheyenne Indian tribe that lived in the area, the wild frontier settlement quickly evolved from a tent town to one of the most sophisticated cities west of the Mississippi River. In the late s the City of Cheyenne, Wyoming was called “The Magic City of the Plains,” so it was only appropriate when a luxurious hotel opened init called itself the “Plains Hotel.” The concept of the elegant hotel was born at the annual $1 dinner of the Industrial Club (now the Chamber of Commerce) in December 9 Apr - 'Cheyenne was called the “Magic City of the Plains” because it seemed to spring up practically overnight.' - Wyoming Postscripts, Wyoming State Archives.

See more ideas about Magic city, Wyoming state and Wyoming pins. Inat the spot where the Union Pacific Railroad crossed Crow Creek, the city of Cheyenne was born. Since then, the Magic City of the Plains has had a long history of hauntings.

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Cheyenneʼs rapid growth and prosperity in the late 19th Century earned the city its nickname, "Magic City of the Plains.” It seemed that everyone who emigrated here got rich, but the communityʼs success was more hard work than hocus pocus/5(4).The city is abuzz with a plethora of exciting activities ranging from culture of high tea to high energy rodeo.

Book flights to Cheyenne and plan a fun trip to this charming city. Know more about Cheyenne. The city of Cheyenne is located on Crow Creek and Dry Creek lying near the southeast corner of the state of Wyoming.