in the early 1600s after being discovered by Henry Hudson. Looking for a faster trade route in 1609, he explored the River, later named for him, northward from Manhattan. By 1664, nearly 10,000 Dutch were settled in Fort Orange when the English captured the fort and renamed it in honor of the Duke of Albany. Though technically part of Britain's crown until the Revolution, Dutch merchants continued to influence the City, and under Dutch guidance, Albany played an important role in maintaining communication between the French, the British and the Iroquois. Albany's Annual Tulip Festival in historic Washington Park honors this Dutch heritage each spring. Thousands view nature's spectacular color show while enjoying the music, art and food of this popular event. Albany became the official capital of New York State in January 1797.
There are no cities in Wyoming that begin with the letter A. However, Albany is a county in Wyoming.
Laramie is a city in Albany County, Wyoming.
Sweetwater is a county in Wyoming
Albany is in Albany County New York.
Albany, Georgia is in Dougherty County.
Albany NY is in Albany County, State of New York, USA.
Cody, Wyoming is located in Park County, Wyoming and is the county seat.
Albany is in Albany County.
Cheyenne, Wyoming is located in Laramie County and is the county seat.
Guernsey, Wyoming is located in Platte County in the US state of Wyoming.
According to the NCAo, the county seat for Wyoming County, West Virginia, is Pineville.
Wyoming County is in Pennsylvania. Wyoming the State is not.
The web address of the Albany County Historical Association is: http://www.tenbroeck.org
The address of the Albany County Historical Association is: 9 Ten Broeck Pl, Albany, NY 12210-2524
The smallest county in Wyoming by area is Hot Springs County with 2,003.89 square miles.
By population, the largest county in Wyoming is Laramie County 91,378 (2010 US Census). The smallest county by population is Niobrara County with 2,484 (2010 US Census). By area, the largest county in Wyoming is Sweetwater County with 10,425.30 square miles. The smallest county in Wyoming by area is Hot Springs County with 2,003.89 square miles.
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The smallest county by population in Wyoming is Niobrara County with 2,484 people (2010 US Census).
The largest county in the US state of Wyoming by area is Sweetwater County with 10,425.30 square miles.
Cheyenne is the capital and most populous city in Wyoming.
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The address of the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library is: 180 W Spring St, New Albany, 47150 3692