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Yellowstone Bibliographies

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[1g]  Adare, Sierra, "Celebrating Cody's Centennial". Wild West Magazine, June '96.


[2]  Augspurger, Marie M. "Yellowstone National Park - Historical and Descriptive". The Naegele-Auer Printing Co. 1948


[2m]  Austin, Bruce, 1999 conversations and data provided by him. Independent researcher, bus historian and restorer. Loma Linda University, Calif.


[3]  Anderson, H. Allen, "Ernest Thompson Seton in Yellowstone Country". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. 34, No.2, Spring '84.


[4]  Baldwin, Kenneth H., "Enchanted Enclosure: The Army Engineers and Yellowstone National Park - A Documentary History". Office of the Chief Engineers, US Army, 1976.


[4m]  Barnes, Christine, “Great Lodges of the West”. Published by W.W. West, Bend Oregon, Copy. 1997.


[5]  Barnett, LeRoy, "Ghastly Harvest - Montana's Trade in Buffalo Bones". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol.XXV, No. 3, Summer '75.


[6]  Barringer, Mark Daniel, "Private Empire, Public Land: The Rise and Fall of the Yellowstone Park Company". Texas Christian Univ. Thesis, Dec. 1997


[8]  Bartlett, Richard A. "Those Infernal Machines in Yellowstone...". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XX, No. 3, Summer 1970.


[10]   _______________. "Yellowstone - A Wilderness Besieged". University of Arizona Press, 1985.


[12]  Beal, Merrill D., "The Story of Man in Yellowstone". Caxton Printers, Ltd, 1949.


[14]  Brown, Mark H., "The Plainsmen of the Yellowstone - A History of the Yellowstone Basin". University of Nebraska Press, 1969.


[14a]   _______________, "Yellowstone Tourists and the Nez Perce". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XVI, No.3, Summer 1966.


[14m]  Brust, James S., & Whittlesey, Lee H., "Thomas J. Hine - One of Yellowstone's Earliest Photographers". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol.49, No.2, Summer 1999.


[14u]  Burlingame, Merrill G., "The Montana Frontier". Big Sky Books, Montana State University, 1942.


[15m]  Child, Harry W. Jr., “History of Dates and the Child Family in Yellowstone”. An unpublished chronology, 1999.


[16]  Chittenden, Hiram Martin, "The Yellowstone National Park". (written 1895] University of Oklahoma Press, Norman Publishing, 1964.


[16m]  Clemensen, A. Berle, “Historic Structure Report – Historic Data Section – O.F. Inn”. Denver Historic Preservation Branch, National Park Service, Dept. Interior, Denver, Co.


[16t]  Cody Country Magazine, 1996


[17]  Culpin, Mary Shivers, "The History of the Construction of the Road System in Yellowstone National Park - 1872-1966". Historic Resource Study Vol.1, Rocky Mtn. Region, National Park Service, 1994.


[17t]  Diem, Kenneth L. & Lenore L., "A Community of Scalawags, Renegades, Discharged Soldiers & Predestined Stinkers? A History of Jackson Hole and Yellowstone's Influence, 1872-1920. Grand Teton Natural History Asso, 1998.


[18]  Dittl, Barbara H. & Mallman, Joanne, "Plain to Fancy...The Lake Hotel, 1889-1929". Montana – The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXXIV, No. 2, Spring 1984.


[18a]   _______________, "The Story of the Lake Hotel". Published by Roberts Rinehart, Inc., 1987.


[18m]  Dolph, James A. & C. Ivar, “The American Bison: It’s Annihilation and Preservation”. Montana – The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXV, No. 3, Summer 1975.


[18t]  Eagle, Sam & Ed, “West Yellowstone’s 70th Anniversary – 1908-1978”. Published by Eagle Co., West Yellowstone, Mt. Copy. 1978.


[19]  Encarta Encyclopedia 99, Microsoft.


[21]  Flagg Ranch Resort, “Flagg Ranch History”, Company website 9/25/00


[22]  Fontenot, Britt, "Striking Similarities: Labor Versus Capital in Yellowstone National Park". Yellowstone Science magazine, Vol. 5, No.4.


[23]  Frost & Richard, “Over the Cody Trail to Yellowstone Park”. Advertising brochure for Frost & Richard Camping Company, ca 1906-16.


[24]  Galusha, Hugh D. Jr., "Yellowstone Years". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. IX, No. 3, July 1959.


[24m]  Geyser Gazette, “Train or Stagecoach – The Only Ticket to Yellowstone in the Early 1900’s.” Vol. 5, Issue 1, Summer 2000.


[25]  Glacier Park Foundation, “The Inside Trail” Newsletter.

Fall99G “Glacier on Wheels: A History of the Park Buses (Part 1: 1913-1927), by Ray Djuff.

Fall99H “Gearjamming in Glacier – An Anthology”


[25g]  Goss, Robert V., “Yellowstone – The Chronology of Wonderland”, 2nd Edition, Copy 2002, Self-



[25h] _______________, “A Tale of Two Sisters – Pryor & Trischman in Yellowstone”. Annals of Wyoming,

Spring 2002, Vol. 74, No.2.


[25i] _______________, “Yellowstone’s George Whittaker – Soldier, Scout and Storekeeper”. Copy 2002, selfpublished.


[25j] _______________, “Yellowstone’s First General Store – A Legacy of Jennie Henderson and Her Family”.

Publication pending, copyright 2003.


[25k] _______________, “Serving the Faithful in Yellowstone – Henry Klamer and the General Store in the

Upper Geyser Basin”. Self-published, copyright 2003.


[26]  Goulans, Fred R., "A Fur Trade History of Yellowstone Park". Mountain Grizzly Publications, 1989.


[26b]  Gowans, Fred R., "Rocky Mountain Rendezvous: A History of the Fur Trade Rendezvous 1825-40".  Gibbs-Smith Publisher, 1985.


[28]  Gray, John S., "Trials of a Trailblazer...P.W. Norris and Yellowstone". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Summer 1972.


[30]  Haines, Aubrey L., "The Yellowstone Story". Vol. I, Yellowstone Library and Museum Association, 1996.


[31] _______________, "The Yellowstone Story". Vol. II, Yellowstone Library and Museum Association, 1977.


[32]   _______________. "Yellowstone Place Names - Mirrors of History". University Press of Colorado, 1996.


[32a]  _______________, "The Bannock Indian Trail". Yellowstone Library and Museum Asso., 1964.


[32d]  _______________, “Tales from the Yellowstone: Steamboats in the Rockies”. Part 1 of a 3-part series. The Yellowstone Postcard Exchange, Vol. 5, No.1, Winter 2000.


[33]  _______________. "Norris Soldier Station - Yellowstone National Park - Historic Structures Report". With Charles Pope & Erwin Thompson. Dept. of Interior. Sept. 1969.


[36]  Hampton, Duane H., "The Army and the National Parks". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Summer, 1972.


[37]  _______________, "How the U.S. Cavalry Saved our National Parks". Indiana University Press, 1971.


[39-12]  Haynes, Frank J. “Haynes Official Guide”, 1912, 26th Edition.


[39-15]  Haynes, Frank J. “Haynes Official Guide, 1915, 29th Edition


[39-20]  Haynes, Jack E. “Haynes Guide – The Complete Handbook”. 1920, 32nd Edition.


[39-23]  Haynes, Jack E. “Haynes New Guide” 1923, 35th Edition.


[40]  Haynes, J.E., "Haynes New Guide and Motorists Complete Log of Yellowstone National Park". J.E. Haynes, Publisher, 36th edition, 1924.


[42] _______________, "Haynes Guide - The Complete Handbook". Haynes Picture Shops, Inc. 44th revised edition, 1936.


[43] _______________, "Haynes Guide - The Yellowstone National Park". Haynes, Inc., 48th Edition, 1946.


[43a]  _______________, “Haynes Guide – A Handbook of Yellowstone National Park”, 49th Edition, 1947.


[44]  Hert, Tamsen Emerson, "Resort on the Rim: Yellowstone's Grand Canyon Hotel". The Yellowstone Post Card Exchange, Vol.3, No.3, Fall 1998.


[44b]  Hilburn, Dorothy K., "The Old Faithful Inn - A National Historic Landmark". Camelback/Canyonlands Venture, 1997.

[45a]  Historical Research Associates, "Historic Structures Report - Lake Lodge". Prepared by James R. McDonald Architects, July 1997.


[45b] _______________, "Historic Structures Report - Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel". Prepared by James R. McDonald Architects, Nov. 1995.


[45c]  _______________, "Historic Structures Report - Old Faithful Lodge". Prepared by James R. McDonald Architects, Nov. 1995.


[45d]  _______________, "Historic Structures Report - Old Faithful Inn". Prepared by James R. McDonald Architects, May 1994.


[45e]  _______________, "Historic Structures Report - Roosevelt Lodge". Prepared by James R. McDonald Architects, Dec. 1993.


[45m]  Hughes, J. Donald, “The Story of Man at Grand Canyon”. Grand Canyon Natural History Asso., 1967


[45t]  Ise, John, “Our National Parks Policy – A Critical History”. Published for Resources for the Future, Johns Hopkins Press, 1961.


[46]  Karle, Marsha, Managing Editor, "A Yellowstone Album - A Photographic Celebration of the First National Park". Commentary by the Yellowstone Staff. The Yellowstone Foundation,1997.


[47m]  Jackson, Steven B., "Joshua Crissman, Yellowstone's Forgotten Photographer". Montana – The Magazine of Western History, Vol.49, No.2, Summer 1999.


[48]  Jackson, W. Turrentine, "The Creation of Yellowstone National Park". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. Seven, No. 3, Summer 1957.


[50] _______________, "The Washburn-Doane Expedition of 1870". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. Seven, No. 3, Summer 1957


[51]  Johnston, Fred T., "An Analysis of the Business of Hamilton Stores, Inc. in Yellowstone National Park". NPS Vertical Files, Y.N.P.


[52]  Joyner, Newell F., "History of Improvements in Yellowstone National Park". US Dept. of Interior, NPS, 1929, File No.11011-02, YNP Vertical Files - "Structures".


[54]  Jurale, James A., "History of Winter Use in Yellowstone National Park". University of Wyoming, Dec. 1986.


[55]  Karmizki, Kenneth W., "Suspected Site of the Hobart Hotel - Report of Research & Testing". Montana State University, 1997. YNP Files - "Structures".


[56]  Langford, Nathaniel Pitt, "The Discovery of Yellowstone Park". University of Nebraska Press 1972. (Text from author's 1905 Edition).


[57]  Livingston Enterprise newspaper


[58]  Malone, Michael P., "The Gallatin Canyon...and the Tides of History". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, Summer 1973.


[60]  Malone, Michael P., & Roeder, Richard B. , Editors, "The Montana Past - An Anthology". University of Washington Press, 1969.


[60e]  Markoff, Dena S., “The Dudes are Always Right – The Utah Parks Company in Zion National Park 1923-72”. Zion Natural History Association, 1980.


[60g]  Mattison, Ray H. “Report on Historical Structures in Yellowstone National Park.” 10/3/60. Yellowstone Archives, Vertical Files.


[61]  McCarter, Steve, “Guide to the Milwaukee Road in Montana”. Montana Historical Society Press, Helena, 1992.


[62]  Merrill, Andrea & Jacobson, Judy, "Montana Almanac". Falcon Publishing Company, 1997.


[62m]  Monteith, Joanita, “Pahaska Tepee – The Gem of the Rockies”. Points West magazine, 1998 Winter Issue.


[62n]  _______________, “The Irma – Just the Swellest Hotel That Ever Happened”. Points West magazine, 1998 Fall Issue.


[63]  Motor Coach Today, “Buses in Yellowstone National Park”. By Bruce Austin, Robert Goss, Gerald Pesman, edited by Eli Bail. April-June 2000, Vol.7, No.2.


[64] National Park Service, "Yellowstone Roads and Bridges - A Glimpse of the Past". Brochure produced by the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), 1989.


[64p]   _______________, “Press Releases”


[66]   _______________, "The Army Years, 1886-1918". Brochure produced by the Yellowstone Park Foundation and the Yellowstone Association.


[68]  Nolan, Edward W., "Northern Pacific Views - The Railroad Photography of F.J. Haynes, 1876-1905". Montana Historical Society Press, Helena, 1983.


[70]  O'Brien, Bob Randolph, "The Yellowstone National Park Road System: Past, Present and Future". University of Washington, Thesis, 1965.


[72]  Pesman, Gerald and Helen, "Yellowstone National Park - Mile-by-Mile Guide". Yellowstone Park Co., 1975.


[72a]   _______________, "Drivers and Tour Guides' Commentary Handbook for Yellowstone National Park". 2nd Edition. Copy. 1979, Yellowstone Park Co.


[72b]   _______________, “Yellowstone”. Draft copy of article to appear in Motor Age magazine in year 2000.


[73]  Petersen, Gwen, "Yellowstone Pioneers - The Story of the Hamilton's Stores and Yellowstone National Park". Hamilton Stores, Inc. 1985.


[74]  Quinn, Leslie J., "The Wranglers' Handbook". Roosevelt Edition. TW Recreational Services, 1997.


[74a]   _______________, "The Wranglers Handbook". Canyon Edition. TW Recreational Services, 1997.


[78] Randall, L.W. (Gay), "Footprints Along the Yellowstone". The Naylor Company, Copy. 1961.


 [78t]  Reese, Craig, “N.P.Ry - First of the North Transcontinentals – An Overview and Chronology”; “N.P.Ry – Park Branch Construction”; “N.P.Ry – Park Branch Operations”. A 3-part article originally published in the ‘Mainstreeter’, the publication of the Northern Pacific Railway Historical Asso.


[79]  Reeves, Thomas C., "President Arthur in Yellowstone National Park". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Summer 1969.


[79g]  Rzeczkowski, Frank, “The Crow Indians and the Bozeman Trail”. Montana – The Magazine of Western History, Vol.49, No.4, Winter 1999.


[79d]  Ridge, Alice A. & John Wm., “Introducing the Yellowstone trail – A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound”. Yellowstone Trail Publishers, Altoona, Wisc. Copy. 2000.


[80]  Runte, Alfred, "Trains of Discovery - Western Railroads and the National Parks". Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1990.


[80a]   _______________, National Parks – The American Experience”. University of Nebraska Press, 1979.


[82]  Russell, Carl Parcher, “One Hundred Years in Yosemite”. Yosemite Natural History Asso., Yosemite National Park, 1959.


[84]  Schullery, Paul, "Yellowstone's Ecological Holocaust". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Montana Historical Society. Aug. 1997.


[85]   _______________, "Searching for Yellowstone - Ecology and Wonder in the Last Wilderness". Houghton Mifflin Co., 1997.


[86]   _______________, "Buffalo Jones and the Bison Herd in Yellowstone: Another Look". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, Summer 1976.


[87]  Saunders, Richard L., "Glimpses of Wonderland - The Haynes and Their Postcards of Yellowstone National Park". Saunders 1997.


[88]  Saylor, David J., "Jackson Hole, Wy. - In the Shadow of the Tetons". University of Oklahoma Press, 1970.


[90]  Scofield, Susan C., "The Inn at Old Faithful". Crowsrest Associates, 1979.


[91]  Scott, Kim Allen, "A Missing Piece of a Yellowstone Puzzle: The Tangled Provenance of the Cook-Folsom-Peterson Yellowstone Expedition Diary". Yellowstone Science magazine, Vol.7, No.1, Winter 1999.


[92]  Selmeir, Lewis W., "First Camera on the Yellowstone - A Century Ago". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol.XXII, No.3, Summer 1972.


[93]  Shankland, Robert, “Steve Mather of the National Parks”. Alfred A Knopf, New York, 1951.


[94]  Shaw, S. Rose, & Paladin, Vivian A., "Yellowstone Park by Camp: The Shaw & Powell Camping Co. - A Photo Essay". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Summer 1972.


[96]  Schullery, Paul, "Old Yellowstone Days". University of Colorado, 1979.


[96e]  Silliman, Lee, “A Ride to the Infernal Regions: An Account of the First Tourist Party to Yellowstone”, Yellowstone Science Magazine, Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History & Education. Winter 2000, Vol. 8, No.1


[97]  The Yellowstone Postcard Exchange (TYPE), Quarterly Newsletter by J. Michael Bodell.


[97e]  Tilden, Freeman, "Following the Frontier with F.J. Haynes". Alfred A. Knopf, 1964.


[97p]  Topping, E.S., "The Chronicles of the Yellowstone - An Accurate, Comprehensive History". Ross & Haines, Inc. 1968.


[97u]  University of Montana Bozeman, Mt. Renee Library, “The Eagle Family Collection”.

[98]  US Dept. of Interior, NPS, "Yellowstone National Park Wyoming". Government Printing Office, 1937.


[99]  US Dept. of Interior, National Park Service, “Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)” and “Historic American Engineering Record (HAER)”. Located through American Memory, Library of Congress website.


[99g] ________________, “Golden Gate Viaduct”, HAER WY-3,


[99n]   ________________, “Norris Soldier Station”, HABS No. WYO-21, John DeHass, Jr.

[100]   Van West, Carroll, "A Travelers' Companion to Montana History". Montana Society Press, 1986.


[106]  Whithorn, Bill and Doris, "Photo History of Gardiner, Jardine, Crevasse". The Park County News, 1972.


[106m]   _______________, “Images of America – Paradise Valley on the Yellowstone”. Published by Arcadia Publishing, Chicago, Ill, 2001


 [107]   _______________, "Yankee Jim's National Park Toll Road and the Yellowstone Trail". April 1989.


[108]    _______________, "Twice Told on the Upper Yellowstone". Vol. I, Published by Doris Whithorn 1994.


[108a]  _______________, "Twice Told on the Yellowstone". Vol. II, Published by Doris Whithorn 1994.


[110]  Waite, Thornton, "Yellowstone Branch of the Union Pacific - Route of the Yellowstone Special, 1994.


[110h]   West Yellowstone Historical Society, “West Yellowstone Historic District”. Walking Guide ‘Oregon Short Line Terminus Historic District’.


[110m]   Wheaton, Rodd L., “Architecture of Yellowstone – A Microcosm of American Design”. Yellowstone Science magazine, Vol. 8, No. 4, Fall 2000.


[113]     _______________, "Yellowstone Place Names". Montana Historical Society Press, 1988.


[114]     _______________, "Wonderland Nomenclature - A History of the Place Names of Yellowstone National Park". Montana Historical Society Press.


[116]     _______________, "Marshall's Hotel in the National Park". Montana - The Magazine of Western History, Vol. XXX, No. 4, Oct. 1980.


[118]     _______________, "Yellowstone's Horse-and-Buggy Tour Guides: Interpreting the Grand Old Park". National Park Service, 1996.


[119]     _______________, "In Yellowstone Park, 1886-1889, George Tutherly's Reminiscences". Montana -The Magazine of Western History, Winter 1997-98.


[119m]  Wonderland newspaper, Gardiner, Montana.


[119w]  Wylie Permanent Camping Company, “Yellowstone Park”. Advertising brochures for the 1914-15 seasons. Printed by Poole Bros. Chicago.


[119y]   Wyoming Wildlife, “Ned Frost – Inventing the Wilderness Hunt”. Sep/Oct. 2001


[120]    Yochim, Mike, "Why the National Park Service Originally Allowed Snowmobiles into Yellowstone". Yellowstone Commentary, Winter 1997-98. TW Recreational Services Print Shop.


[120a] _______________, "The Development of Snowmobile Policy in Yellowstone National Park". Yellowstone Science, Vol.7, No.2, Spring 1999.


[121]  Yellowstone Science Magazine, Yellowstone Association for Natural Science, History & Education.


[123]  Yellowstone National Park Library/Archives Files. “Vertical Files’.


[123a] Ibid., "List of Buildings Owned by Interior Dept. Located at Mammoth Hot Springs, 1/21/18. Vertical Files:  History: YNP


[123b]  Ibid., “History Files, “Bassett Bros. Files”.


[130]  Yellowstone National Park Service Press Releases.

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