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Old Yellowstone: Before National Park Service, U.S. Army Managed Yellowstone

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Before there was the National Park Service, there was the U.S. Army.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Larry’s Lunch Station

Larry's Lunch Station

Larry Matthews is one of the most colorful and charming personalities in Yellowstone National Park history.

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“No Remains Left To Recover” In Yellowstone Hot Spring Accident

Porcelain Springs in Norris Geyser Basin;Jim Peaco;August 2013

Rangers have suspended recovery attempts after a man fell into a hot spring in Norris Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Punch Bowl Spring

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Located just west of Daisy Geyser, on the way to Black Sand Basin, Punch Bowl Spring has a long history with Yellowstone visitors.

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Old Yellowstone: History of The Devil’s Kitchen

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The Devil’s Kitchen is all but unknown in today’s Yellowstone National Park.

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Old Yellowstone: History of 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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Pullout Pals, Red Dogs, Spring in Yellowstone

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OLD FAITHFUL, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING — It was good to get out into the park Sunday.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Great Fountain Geyser

great fountain geyser july 2015

As the only predictable geyser in the Lower Geyser Basin, Great Fountain Geyser has a history of prominence in Yellowstone National Park.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Grotto Geyser

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Grotto Geyser is, hands-down, one of the most unusual thermal features in Yellowstone National Park.

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Old Yellowstone: History of Echinus Geyser

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Looking at Echinus Geyser today, you may question why it warrants the name of “geyser.”

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