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Directory > Social Studies > States and State History > Wyoming



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Results 11 thru 20 of 23 total resources.

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Minerva Terrace
Minerva Terrace of Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces in Yellowstone National Park, was named for the Roman goddess of artists and sculptors.

(keywords: rock...
Curriculum: Science

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Minerva Terrace
Minerva Terrace of Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces in Yellowstone National Park, was named for the Roman goddess of artists and sculptors.

(keywords: rock...
Curriculum: Science

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Fountain Paint Pot
Fountain Paint Pot is one of many mudpots found in the Yellowstone National park. In early summer the mudpots are thin and watery from abundant rain and snow...
Curriculum: Geography
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Fumaroles
The hiss and roar of a fumarole comes from gases - steam, carbon dioxide, and a little hydrogen sulfide - rushing from the earth through the vent. Its channe...
Curriculum: Geography
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Bacteria - Thermophiles
Bacteria and other thermophiles(heat loving microorganisms) usually form the ribbons of color like you see here. The green, brown, and orange mats are cyanob...
Curriculum: Geography
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The Legend of Devil's Tower
Devil's Tower in Wyoming is a a volcanic plug or neck. Kiowa Indian mythology stated "Once upon a time seven little girls were playing in the woods far from...
Curriculum: Reading, Geography
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Devils Tower National Monument
The Devils Tower rises 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourche River and is a remnant of an ancient volcanic feature. Known as Bears Lodge by several northern pla...
Curriculum: Geography
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Clouds above the Plains
Big sky with billowing clouds with the sun streaming through in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Buffalo
Buffalo once provided everything to Native Americans: food, clothing, and housing.
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Buffalo Next to a River
Buffalo grazing under billowing clouds along a meandering river in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science


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