Vote Now for Your Favorite 2017 Wyoming Artifact

Apr 27, 2017

The 1873 annual report of the Wyoming State Geological Survey is one of the artifacts in the running.

The Wyoming State Historical Society, in partnership with the University of Wyoming Libraries, invites everyone, young and old, to participate in selecting “Wyoming’s Top Ten Most Significant Artifacts” for 2017.  Submissions received from libraries, museums, historical societies, and other institutions, were reviewed by a panel of independent judges to determine the top 15. The public is now invited to vote on the final top 10.

The program was created in 2015 to celebrate the state’s 125th anniversary, and it draws attention to the many fine institutions around the state that work diligently to preserve Wyoming’s heritage.

Voting ends on July 31. All ages are encouraged to vote as many times as you wish. Winners will be announced in September at the Society’s annual meeting. Peruse all the artifacts and submit your votes through the electronic ballot.

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