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by Richard A. Bartlett

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ISBN:
0816510989
Author:
Richard A. Bartlett
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press (October 1, 1988)
Pages:
437 pages
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1541 kb
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YELLOWSTONE: A Wilderness Besieged by Richard A. Bartlett (The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1989) The title of this book might be a little misleading.

Historian Richard A. Bartlett, in Yellowstone: A Wilderness Besieged, does mention Bechler as being one of Hayden’s better topographers, but does not elaborate further.

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"A detailed, well documented history of the extablishment (in 1872), growth, and maturation of Yellowstone National Park . . . America's (and the world's) first national park." —Wildlife Book Review "Without question the best and most thought-provoking volume on America's first national park that has been written in the last half-century." —Journal of the West "Broad ranging, informative, thoughtful, and simply fun to read." —Western Historical Quarterly "...written in warm and human terms. It documents that good can triumph over greed, that man himself can overcome his tendency toward exploitation and follow his better self toward conservation and concern." --USA Today