August 27

1892 The Carbon County Journal of August 27, 1892 announced the organization of the Herman Mining Camp and District. Both were named for John R. Herman.

1908 Stewart Post Office was established on August 27, 1908. It was named for R. D. Stewart, the general superintendent of the Laramie Plains Railroad Line. Its name was changed to Albany on December 31, 1908. Albany was the name of the Laramie, Hahn's Peak, and Pacific Railway Station at the location.

1910 A bulletin formally announcing William "Buffalo Bill" Cody's farewell tour and entrance to retirement is printed in the Park County Enterprise on this day.