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eBook Yellowstone Story History: First National Park ePub

by Aubrey Haines

  • ISBN: 0870811150
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Travels
  • Author: Aubrey Haines
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ Pr of Colorado (June 1, 1977)
  • ePub book: 1214 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1898 kb
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This book is part one of a two-volume history of Yellowstone National Park, written by a long-time park historian

This book is part one of a two-volume history of Yellowstone National Park, written by a long-time park historian. Haines is an old-style historian, the kind who could write a book entitled "Yellowstone Place Names," or begin this book with a chapter on the name of the park.

The Yellowstone Nature Book. Yellowstone National Park, WY: Yellowstone Library and Museum Association. Haines, Aubrey L. (1996). The Yellowstone Story-A History of Our First National Park. Chicago: A. C. McClurg. I (Second Revised e. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado. II (Second Revised e.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. : Yellowstone Library and Museum Association. Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Donor.

The Yellowstone Story book. The Yellowstone Story traces the history of the Yellowstone region from the time when hunters and gatherers migrated into the Rocky Mountains thousands of years ago to the post-World War II era when tourists began inundating Yellowstone National Park.

Mobile version (beta). The Yellowstone Story : A History of Our First National Park : Volume 1. Aubrey L. Haines. Download (epub, . 6 Mb). FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF.

History of Yellowstone National Park. The US Army managed the park from 1886 through 1918. The Yellowstone story: A history of our first national park. People have been in Yellowstone more than 11,000 years, as shown by archeological sites, trails, and oral histories. Although Tukudika (. Sheep Eaters) are the most well-known group of Native Americans to use the park, many other tribes and bands lived in and traveled through what is now Yellowstone National Park prior to and after European American arrival. European Americans Arrive. Automobiles allowed into the park in 1915, making visits easier and more economical.

First published in 1977, former park historian Aubrey Haines's two-volume set on Yellowstone National Park has long been acknowledged as the authoritative history of the United State's first national park. Now updated with new photographs and revised text, The Yellowstone Story covers the park from prehistoric times through the Native Americans and early explorers to the establishment of the park and increasing use. It concludes with a discussion of the alternative policy choices that park administrators and the public will confront in the near future.

The Yellowstone Story, Volume I : A History of Our First National Park. By (author) Aubrey L.

The Yellowstone Story traces the history of the Yellowstone region from the time when hunters and gatherers migrated into . Aubrey Hains's two-volume set on Yellowstone National Park is the authoritative history of the first American national park.

The Yellowstone Story traces the history of the Yellowstone region from the time when hunters and gatherers migrated into the Rocky Mountains thousands of years ago to the post-World War II era when tourists began inundating Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Montana (MT). In the early days of National Park Service management in Yellowstone, bears would be fed at at garbage dumps. One 1885 pamphlet even included a fictional endorsement from Alice herself, who offered breathless descriptions of Yellowstone’s geography. For much of its history, Yellowstone had open-air garbage dumps on park grounds.