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The Yellowstone National Park

Hiram Martin Chittenden

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The Yellowstone National Park Historical and Descriptive

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Book Excerpt: 
. . ., the ground work of the following description will be obvious enough. Somewhere along the shore an immense boiling spring discharges its overflow directly into the lake. The specific gravity of the water is less than that of the lake, owing probably to the expansive action of heat, and it floats in a stratum three or four feet thick upon the cold water underneath. When Bridger was in need of fish it was to this place that he went. Through the hot upper stratum he let fall his bait to the subjacent habitable zone, and having hooked his victim, cooked him on the way out!

In like manner the visitor to the region of petrifactions on Specimen Ridge in the north-east corner of the Park, and to various points in the hot springs districts, will have no difficulty in discovering the base material out of which Bridger contrived the following picturesque yarn. According to his account there exists in the Park country a mountain which was once cursed by a great medicin. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Very interesting history of the first national park. Enjoyed reading it at night while we were visiting the park during the day. Made visiting the park much more interesting, as you saw history right before you at every step.