|Birdseye view of Green River, Wyoming|
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A sleepy town on the Union Pacific, Green River was the first municipality to enact an ordinance to prohibit door-to-door solicitation. The ordinance, named after the town, was adopted by other cities, and has been argued in front of the Supreme Court on several occasions.
For more maps and images from this period in the region's history, visit the Wyoming State Historical Society.