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Camping Out In The Yellowstone
by William W. Slaughter
University of Utah Press, 1994
Paper: 978-0-87480-449-2
Library of Congress Classification F722.R515 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 796.540978752

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Camping out in Yellowstone, 1882 describes the park at a time when Yellowstone was truly an "out-back and beyond" experience.

Writing just five years after the army chased the Nez Peirce Indians through the area, and only ten years after the park’s establishment, Mary Richards provides a vivid picture of the undeveloped and untouristed Yellowstone Park: Fire Hole Basin, Mammoth Hot Spring, Lower Falls, and the Excelsior Geyser, now defunct but mightier at the time than Old Faithful. Augmented by twenty-eight contemporary photographs, this book offers a fascinating perspective for present-day Park lovers.


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