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- Laramie is a city in and the county seat of Albany County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 30,816 at the 2010 census. Located on the Laramie River in southeastern Wyoming, the city is west of Cheyenne, at the junction of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 287.
- Laramie is a former station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system on the Douglas Branch while it was a branch of the Blue Line. It was closed on February 9, 1992 because of service cuts that resulted from budget problems. It was temporarily put back into service on February 25, 2002 for the Douglas Rehabilitation Project while the terminal at 54th/Cermak was being rebuilt. It was again closed after the new station at 54th/Cermak opened on August 16, 2003. However, the station was never torn down because it was considered historic.
Laramie was a brand of cigarettes extant in the United States from the 1930s into the 1950s.
- Laramie is a fictional character from the 1964 film Gunmen Of The Rio Grande.
- Laramie is a fictional character from Rough Romance.
- Laramie is a fictional character from the 2001 film Picture Claire.
- Laramie is a fictional film character.
Laramie is an American Western television series that aired on NBC from 1959 to 1963. A Revue Studios production, the program originally starred John Smith as Slim Sherman, Robert Fuller as Jess Harper, Hoagy Carmichael as Jonesy and Robert L. Crawford, Jr., as Andy Sherman.
- begun on and completed on (52 years ago)
- 124 episodes of 60 minutes each, in 4 seasons
- country: United States of America
- regular cast:
- genres: Western, Drama
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The Laramie Project (2012)
Ten Years Later
Laramie is a community, not a 'project.'” NARRATOR. An excerpt fromthat editorial: BOOMERANG EDITOR. The recent news story in the Boomerang looking back to the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard ten years ago has drawn a wide range ...
It Happened in Wyoming (2013)
by Paul W. Papa
While Laramie is a town of roughly twenty-seven thousand people, its population nearly doubles when the university is in session. Founded in 1886, the university was ranked among the nation's top colleges and universities by US News ...
compacts, treaties, and adjudications by United States. Dept. of the Interior
The Laramie is an innavigable river which has its source in the mountains of northern Colorado, flows northerly 27 miles in that State, crosses into Wyoming, and there flows northerly and northeasterly 150 miles to the North Platte River, ...
Looking at the Real World by Richard P F Holt, Steven Pressman
Laramie is a Professor of Economics at Merrimack College, USA.
United States Supreme Court (2016)
Original Jurisdiction Cases and Materials by Gordon L. Weil
The Laramie is an unnavigable river which has its source in the mountains of Northern Colorado, flows northerly 27 miles in that State, crosses into Wyoming, and there flows northerly and northeasterly 150 miles to the North Platte River, ...
American Lumberman (1919)
Laramie is a university town, to begin with. The State University is located there, and like every educational institution of-any importance or pep, it has a very noticeable effect on the town. It has some very nice buildings of its own, and near the ...
Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty [3 volumes] (2007)
An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty by Donald L. Fixico
Sherman and Sioux leaders sign the Fort Laramie Treaty at Fort Laramie, Wyoming in 1868.
50 Events That Shaped American Indian History: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic [2 volumes] (2016)
by Donna Martinez, Jennifer L. Williams Bordeaux
Laramie is an attempt to provide continued peace between the two nations, yet it proves futile as neither nation could stop conflict between its citizens along the Oregon Trail. Oglala and U.S. forces battle for the first time ...
by Donald Ricky
as a permanent home for the Brule' and other bands of Sioux Indians, by a treaty entered into by and between said Indians and the United States, at Fort Laramie, D. T., on the twenty-ninth day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight.
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)
Bosler to Laramie. Boulder to Rock Springs. Box Elder to Douglas. Boyd to Newcastle. Bruce to Lander. Buckhorn to Newcastle Bucknum to Casper. Buford to Laramie. Burge to Van Tassell. Burks to Sheridan. Burnt Fork to Green river.
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- Laramie, WY
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- Downtown Laramie
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- Laramie Bike Route
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- Laramie sunset
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- Laramie Wyoming Downtown
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- Laramie Wy
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- Laramie murals
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