Adventures in Yellowstone: Early Travelers Tell Their Tales
By M. Mark Miller. Softcover, 272 pages.
After its establishment in 1872, Yellowstone National Park was sufficiently famous that numerous people risked bear maulings, Indian attacks, and geyser burns just to glimpse its wonders. A surprising number of those who survived wrote about their adventures. The best of these stories are collected in Adventures in Yellowstone.
Presenting a dozen narratives―journal entries, letters, and diaries―with an introduction to each, and with historic photographs, postcards, and woodcuts, this book is the essential compilation of the most gripping first-person accounts of the early years of America's most cherished national park.
Softcover, 272 pages.