United States Wisconsin Wyoming
by J. Stephen Conn
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J. Stephen Conn, on May 7, 2011, said:
Wyoming is a small rural community in the northern part of Iowa County, in the southwestern corner of Wisconsin. The population was 364 at the 2000 census.
This must be a confusing place to live - Wyoming - Iowa - Wisconsin - all in one.
Corey Coyle, on November 25, said:
Wyoming is not a community is a township. Most of the townships in Wisconsin are six by six square miles and are not incorporated some may have thier own fire Dept. or evan a library or school district. The Population of township is all the people in the rule park of the township. The most populated township in Wisconsin is Grand Chute near Appleton with 18,392 people living there in 2000.
J. Stephen Conn, on November 27, said:
Coy, Thanks for the correction and info. I found the place and the names very interesting.
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