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Albany County was organized in 1868. The county seat is Laramie and it is bordered to the north by Converse County, to the east by Platte and Laramie, to the south by Larimer County (CO), Jackson County to the southeast and Carbon County to the west.

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Big Horn County was organized in 1896. The county seat is Basin. As of 2005, the United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Big Horn County is 11,333, down from 11,461 in 2000. The county is bordered by Park County to the west, Washakie County to the south, Johnson and Sheridan Counties to the east, and Big Horn and Carbon County to the north.

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Campbell County was organized in 1911. Its county seat is Gillette. As of 2005, the United States Census Bureau estimates that the population is 37,405, up from 33,698 in 2000. It is bordered by Sheridan and Johnson Counties to the west, Converse County to the south, Weston and Crook Counties to the east, and Powder River County, Montana to the north.
Carbon County, Wyoming has a rich history representative of the WEST. Main industries are ranching, timber/logging, mining. There are rich, hard coal deposits and many other minerals. Coal is the heritage of Hanna and Medicine Bow, Oil has boosted Baggs, Shirley Basin, Sinclair and other towns. Encampment was founded because of a major copper mine. The Wyoming State Penitentiary is located in Rawlins; an older prison has been turned into a tourist attraction. Every community in Carbon County has an extensive museum which worth visiting. Carbon County is heavily influenced by the presence of the Medicine Bow National Forest. There are countless recreation opportunities for every season.
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