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Yellowstone History: Norris Blockhouse

norris blockhouse 1879 photographer unknown

Before Fort Yellowstone came to be in the Mammoth area, the seat of power in Yellowstone National Park lay in another structure: the Norris blockhouse.

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Book Review: Through Early Yellowstone by Janet Chapple

through early yellowstone title

Traveling through early Yellowstone was a far different affair than it is today.

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Yellowstone History: Lower Hamilton Store

klamer's store upper geyser basin from reau campbell 1914 guide

Visitors to the Upper Geyser Basin, be they veterans or neophytes, would do well to check out the General Store located on the way to Castle Geyser.

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Yellowstone History: Bear Feeding

grizzly bears at feeding ground at canyon park in yellowstone george a grant 1939

Once upon a time, bear feeding was as popular (if not more so) than geyser watching in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone History: Building The Old Faithful Inn

old faithful inn

June 1, 1904: the Old Faithful Inn opened for its inaugural season, after months of construction. And years of planning, hand-wrangling, and disputing.

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Yellowstone History: Fort Yellowstone

fort yellowstone 1910 JP Clum Lantern

Can you visit Fort Yellowstone today? Yes and no.

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Yellowstone History: Laying the Roosevelt Arch Cornerstone

Roosevelt Speaking At Cornerstone Laying Ceremony 1903

April 24, 1903: Gardiner, Montana had its “big day” with the laying of the Roosevelt Arch cornerstone.

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