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Yellowstone History: Old Faithful Museum of Thermal Activity

Old Faithful Museum of Thermal Activity

Since 2010, the Old Faithful Visitor Center has been a draw for people looking to take a break from the boardwalks.

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Yellowstone History: Moran Point

Moran_Grand_Canyon

Pity poor Moran Point along the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, for it is unjustly forgotten.

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Yellowstone History: President Harding Visits The Park

President_Harding_in_Yellowstone_National_Park

July 1, 1923: President Warren G. Harding stood at Shoshone Point in Yellowstone National Park, and proposed to make history.

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Yellowstone History: Mammoth Bison Showpen

bison in mammoth circa 1914 nprr brochure

For most of the first half of the 20th century, the surest way to see Yellowstone bison was in Mammoth Hot Springs, from the comfort of your car.

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Happier News from Yellowstone: Albright Visitor Center Renovations

Albright Visitor Center

Yeah, we know it’s been a lot of doom and gloom here with the Yellowstone shutdown, but here’s some news that should brighten your day: The Albright Visitor Center in Mammoth Hot Springs is scheduled for renovations next summer.

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