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CODY AIRPORT (COD) - 3001 DUGGLEBY DRIVE,
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Rock Springs Airport - RKS
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Natrona County International Airport - CPR 8500
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NATRONA COUNTY AIRPORT
8500 AIRPORT PARKWAY, CASPER [CPR]
225 N CACHE, JACKSON HOLE
JACKSON HOLE [JAC]
270 WEST PEARL STREET, JACKSON
YELLOWSTONE REGIONAL AIRPORT [COD]
3227 DUGGLEBY DRIVE, CODY
INTERESTED IN SOME HISTORY OF ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING?
On September 2, 1885, a mob of white coal miners violently attacked their
Chinese co-workers in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Twenty-eight Chinese
were killed and fifteen wounded, some of whom later died. The homes of
seventy-nine Chinese people were set ablaze and the bodies of many of the
dead and wounded thrown into the flames. Hundreds of Chinese workers fled
into the surrounding desert. Violence exploded after Chinese workers refused
to participate in a strike for higher wages planned by Euro-American miners.
A week later, federal troops escorted Chinese laborers back to the mines.
After restoring order, federal troops remained at Rock Springs until 1898.
Although the federal government refused responsibility for actions in a
President Grover Cleveland requested a compliant Congress to indemnify
the Chinese for $150,000. In the mid-1800s, large numbers of Chinese came to
the U.S. to build the transcontinental railroad and to work in the gold
fields. With completion of the railroad, the ebb of gold prospecting and
widespread economic depression, jobs became scarce and Chinese immigrants
became the brunt of increasing exclusion, racism, and violence. The Rock
Springs Massacre, for example, followed a similar race riot in Tacoma,
Washington where some seven hundred Chinese immigrants were shipped out of
the city by force.