Meet Kylie Louise McCormick, aka:
Kylie, the Historian
Kylie Louise McCormick is a historian based out of Casper, Wyoming. Born and raised in Casper, Kylie returned home after studying in Roanoke, Virginia; Berlin, Germany; London, England; and Lincoln, Nebraska. She holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees, Summa Cum Laude from Hollins University and a Master of Arts degree in history from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Upon returning home to Wyoming, Kylie has since dedicated herself to education and Wyoming history. She is a recipient of the 2021 Homsher Research Grant from the Wyoming State Historical Society for her work on Wyoming women’s suffrage.
Kylie uses her research to teach classes with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Casper College, as well as, give public presentations on Wyoming history including the State Flag and woman suffrage. She also speaks on the Holocaust and her personal experiences of antisemitism growing up in Wyoming. Kylie has spoken at the Casper College Humanities Festival, the Annual Meeting of the Wyoming Pioneers Association at the Wyoming State Fair, County Libraries & Historical Societies, and local churches.
Learn about Wyoming, Woman's Suffrage, Preserving the Historic Trails, and more!
Long shrouded in controversy, Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard has largely been forgotten in Wyoming today. Those who know of her, largely know of the villainized version presented by the generations of historians who came after her. Kylie’s current research investigates the controversies and contributions of Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard, in hopes of restoring her humanity and shining a light on the work she did for the state of Wyoming.
Photos courtesy of the American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
What I Do
Kylie Louise McCormick is a historian for hire! She is a public speaker and researcher who crafts meaningful and entertaining presentations on Wyoming history, suitable for all audiences.
Kylie started her business KLM Wyoming Historian in September 2019 to pursue her passion as a historian and public speaker. She has spoken at the Casper College Humanities Festival; the Pomeroy Marker Dedication Ceremony at Esther Morris’ Cheyenne Home; the Wyoming Pioneers Association’s Annual Meeting during the Wyoming State Fair; the Red Peak Gallery at First State Bank; and many more!