The tiny town of Manville is located in Niobrara County just over 30 miles west of the Wyoming - Nebraska border.

Surprisingly, the town was not named for its rugged masculinity. It was established in 1887 by a cattle rancher named H.S. Manville.

In 1920, Manville swelled to a population of 584. The population has slowly dwindled over the years. According to the 2010 census, 95 people now call Manville home.

In the United States, only Alaska has a higher ratio of men to women than Wyoming. The same is true in Manville, where men outnumber women by a margin of 52 to 43, making the town's population nearly 55% male.

So what do we know about the women of Manville, Wyoming? Four of the 43 women live alone. 25 of the 43 women are married. 14 of the 43 women are under the age of 18.

While we're not sure how many of those women work, according to the 2000 census, the median annual income for women in Manville was $21,250, compared to $41,250 for their male counterparts.