The Yellowstone National Park
by Hiram Martin Chittenden
Publisher: The Robert Clarke Co. 1895
Number of pages: 405
The book deals first and principally with the history of the Upper Yellowstone from the days of Lewis and Clark to the present time. The descriptive portion of the work contains a succinct, though comprehensive, treatment of the various scientific and popular features of the Park.
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The book is written in a simple sailorly style for all lovers of the sea and boats. All the hints and directions given in these chapters may be followed with profit on the Pacific Coast as well as on Lake Michigan or on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
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