territory wool


Definition of territory wool

: wool produced especially in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, and Washington

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First Known Use of territory wool

1876, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for territory wool

so called from the former territorial status of the states in which it was produced

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