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1   Link   Yellowstone National Park: Its Exploration and Establishment (1974). Haines, Aubrey L.
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2   Link   The 1988 Forest Fires of Yellowstone National Park - Robert J. Ruhf
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3   Link   General Information Regarding Glacier National Park: Season of 1912 (1912). U. S. Dept. of Interior
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4   Link   How the U. S. Calvary Saved Our National Parks (1971). Hampton, H. Duane
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5   Link   Glacier National Park: Its Trails and Treasures (1917). Holtz, Mathilde E. and Bemis, Katharine I.
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6   Link   Wild Animals of Glacier National Park (1918). Bailey, Vernon and Florence
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7   Link   Early History of Glacier National Park (1919). Grant, Madison
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8   Link   Glacier: Through the Years in Glacier National Park (1960). Robinson, Donald
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9   Link   Colonization of the Crown: Hunting, Class, and the Creation of Glacier National Park, 1885 - 1915 (2009). Bailey, Shawn Patrick
Masters Thesis - The University of Montana
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10   Link   Wonder-Land Illustrated: or Horseback Rides Through the Yellowstone National Park (1873). Norton, Harry J.
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11   Link   Report on the Yellowstone Expedition of 1873 (1874). Stanley, D. S.
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12   Link   Exploring Nature's Sanctuary: Captain William Ludlow's Report of a Reconnaissance from Carroll Montana Territory, on the Upper Missouri to the Yellowstone National Park, and Return Made in the Summer of 1875 (1876). Ludlow, William
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13   Link   The Resources of Montana and the Attractions of Yellowstone National Park (1879). Strahorn, Robert E.
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14   Link   The Yellowstone Park - issued by the General Passenger Department: Northern Pacific Railroad (1883)
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15   Link   The Story of the Yellowstone (1912). Raftery, John H.
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16   Link   Land of Geysers: Yellowstone National Park (1913). Northern Pacific Railway
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17   Link   Little Ta-Wish: Indian Legends from Geyserland (1914). Hardy, Mary Earle
"Obsidian Cliff is a solid mountain of black volcanic glass in the wonderful region we call Yellowstone Park..."
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18   Link   John Colter, Discoverer of Yellowstone Park: An Account of His Exploration in 1807 (1926). Vinton, Stallo
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19   Link   John Colter - The Man Who Turned Back - C. H. Heffelfinger - The Washington Historical Quarterly - July, 1935
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20   Link   A Trip to Yellowstone and the Oregon Country in 1834 - Charles Gauld III - Washington Historical Quarterly - Jan., 1935
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