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John Clayton Discusses Yellowstone as Cultural Icon

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Author John Clayton credits his parents for instilling in him an interest in national parks.

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Yellowstone Natural History: The Water Ouzel

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The water ouzel, or American dipper, is a familiar sight in Yellowstone National Park streams.

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Old Yellowstone: President Theodore Roosevelt’s 1903 Trip

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President Theodore Roosevelt’s visit to Yellowstone in 1903 is an integral part to his mystique and legend.

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Yellowstone Books: Scorched Earth

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The 1988 Yellowstone fires are still, without succumbing to overstatement, the most significant event to ever happen to the Park.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Excelsior Geyser

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If Old Faithful Geyser has all the pomp of a performance, Excelsior Geyser in its heyday had the excitement of an event.

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