3 edition of A trip to the Yellowstone National Park in July, August, and September, 1875 found in the catalog.
A trip to the Yellowstone National Park in July, August, and September, 1875
William Emerson Strong
|Statement||from the journal of General W.E. Strong.|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 517, no. 5199.|
|LC Classifications||F722 .S87|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||87739685|
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A Trip to the Yellowstone National Park in July, August and September Gen. Randolph Marcy, and Gen. James Forsyth, in the summer of The narrative of the trip to Yellowstone includes descriptions of Salt Lake City and the Mormons, Virginia City, and Fort Ellis, and the balance of the narrative is devoted to Yellowstone, with rapt.
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Yellowstone National Park features a mixture of thermal features, native wildlife and picturesque peaks. The park, contained mostly in northwest Wyoming, draws more than a million visitors 1875 book.
Yellowstone hosts around four million visits each year. More than half of these visits happen during June, July, and August. If you plan to come during summer, make reservations for reservable campsites or hotel rooms as far in advance as possible: don't expect to find a spot at the last minute.
The seven first-come, first-served campgrounds usually fill by early morning. Yellowstone is an iconic National Park full of kaleidoscoping colors, grand canyons, beautiful vistas, hiking trails and gushing geysers that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.
You could visit Yellowstone every year and still see something new each time due to the ever changing environment. Weather is unpredictable no matter the season in Yellowstone, and you’ll need to “pack your patience” while enjoying the park during the peak summer crowd months of July and August.
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by Richard A. Bartlett Strong, William Emerson, View online. A Trip to the Yellowstone National Park in July, August and September, From the Journal of General W. Strong. Washington: First edition. 2 folding maps, 7 line drawings, and 7 tipped-in albumen photograph portraits with fine manuscript captions.
1 vols. 4to. In the Yellowstone: "Such fishing I have never had before" Original three quarter red morocco, titled in gilt on. A TRIP TO THE YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK IN JULY, AUGUST, AND SEPTEMBER, Strong, William E., Gen.: Washington.
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Strong. Washington: Privately Printed, Quarto. plus two folding maps (one partially handcolored to show the route), seven plates, and seven mounted photographic portraits. Fishing in Yellowstone Country is an experience that compares with few other places on Earth.
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A trip to the Yellowstone National Park, in July, August, and September,from the journal of General W.E. Strong Author Strong, William Emerson ().
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