Roadside History Of Yellowstone Park (Roadside History Series)
Roadside History of Yellowstone Park (Roadside History Series)
Learn about the Indians who lived or traveled through Yellowstone, as well as the mountain men who were the first white people to discover Yellowstone, the government "explorers" who mapped it and fought to make it a park, the poachers and other exploiters who threatened the park, and those who protected it. Meet the travelers, foreign and domestic, high-born and low-born, who sojourned here off the travails, thrills, dramas, and serene satisfactions of the people over the park's history. Easy and enjoyable to read, this guide allows you to begin at any of the five park entrances and follow the park's story as you follow the road.
The Roadside History Of Yellowstone Park is a handy reference to the Native Americans who lived or traveled through the Yellowstone country. It also includes the mountain men, the government explorers who mapped the Yellowstone country and then fought to make it a national park. Roadside History Of Yellowstone Park also relates the story of the poachers and other exploiters who threatened the park -- and those that fought against them to preserve this unique wilderness for all the generations to...