Part 5 in a 16-part stately series pictorially documenting the Sojourn.
Wyoming purports to be the first government in the world to grant women equal rights, as this statue Esther Hobart Morris, an early Wyoming suffragette from the 1860’s, attests. Contrary to some rumor that Emily heard, this is a copy of the one in the national capitol’s Statuary Hall, so she is honored by Wyoming both there and on the state capitol grounds, pictured here:
The symbol of Wyoming, the bucking-bronco-bound cowboy, also on the capitol grounds:
Some irony in the genderization of the sign with the testament to women’s rights in the background:
Home of the Jackalope!