November 21

1865 In 1862, Platte Bridge Station was established along the Platte River near present day Casper. On November 21, 1865, pursuant to General Order 49, Department of the Missouri, the post was renamed Fort Caspar in honor of 2nd Lt. Caspar W. Collins, Company G, 11th Ohio Cavalry.

1889 According to the Cheyenne Daily Sun of November 21, 1889, Newcastle was "rapidly building up and increasing its business" as a "Rising City."

1917 An article about the Dwyer Corn Carnival was published in the Wheatland Times of November 21, 1917.