rgan LewisDem.-Rep 1804 Aaton Burr.
Daniel D. Tompkins
1807 Morgan Lewis.
1810 Jonas Platt.
1813 Stephen Van Rensselaer.
1816 Rufus King.
De Witt Clinton
1817Peter B. Porter.
1820Daniel D. Tompkins.
Joseph C. Yates1822Solomon Southwick.
De Witt Clinton
1826William B. Rochester.
Martin Van BurenDemocrat.1828Smith Thompson.
Solomon Southwick Anti-masonic.
Enos T. ThroopDemocrat. 1829
1830 Francis Granger Anti-masonic.
William L. MarcyDemocrat.1832 Francis GrangerAnti-masonic.
1834 William H. SewardWhig.
1836 Jesse Buel.
Isaac S. Smith.
William H. SewardWhig1838 William L. MarcyDemocrat.
1840 William C. BouckDemocrat.
William C. BouckDemocrat 1842 Luther Bradish.
JrDemocrat 1844 Millard FillmoreWhig.
John YoungWhig 1846 Silas Wright, JrDemocrat.
Hamilton FishWhig1848 John A. Dix Democrat.
braska, south by Colorado and Utah, and west by Utah, Idaho, and Montana.
Area, 97,890 square miles, in twelve counties.
Population, 1890, 60,705; 1900, 92,531.
Sieur de la Verendrye and his sons, from Canada, travel as far south as Wind River......1843-44
John Colter winters on the headwaters of Pryor's Fork, 1806; visits Shoshone Lake, crosses the Rocky Mountains to the head of Green River, and returns to the head of Wind River and Pryor's Fork......1807
Ezekiel Williams, trapper, wanders from the Yellowstone to the South Platte through Wyoming......1807
First recorded expedition from the east, the Pacific Fur Company, on the way to Oregon under Wilson Price Hunt, passes through Wyoming, crossing Powder River Valley and Big Horn Mountains to the Wind River, thence to the Snake River......1811
William H. Ashley, of the North American Fur Company, with 300 men, explores the Sweetwater and Green rivers......1824
Capt. E. L. Bonneville leads the fi