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Taken by Bear in Yellowstone by Kathleen Snow Book Summary:
Humans and grizzly bears have been coming into contact in Yellowstone National Park ever since it was founded in 1872. Most of these encounters have ended peacefully, but many have not. In order to most accurately tell the stories of those involved in the more deadly incidents, Kathleen Snow went directly to the source: the National Park Service archives. With help from personnel at park headquarters, Snow has collected more than 100 years’ worth of hair-raising stories that read like crime scene investigations and provide hard-learned lessons in outdoor safety. A must-read for fans of Death in Yellowstone and anyone fascinated by human-animal interactions.
Free Fire by C. J. Box Book Summary:
Having recently lost his job as a Wyoming game warden, Joe Pickett is recruited by the devious governor Rulon to oversee a murder investigation involving a confessed killer who obtained release because he committed the murders in an uninhabited zone in Yellowstone National Park.
Storytelling in Yellowstone by Lee H. Whittlesey Book Summary:
Long before snowmobiles, paved roads, and SUVs were introduced into Yellowstone National Park, a myriad of companies offered buggy and stage rides through the Park, with their drivers telling stories to their passengers. Some of these stories had no basis in fact, especially those attributed to "Indian legends," but others came from the early trappers and fur traders and were as informational as they were entertaining. Lee Whittlesey, Yellowstone National Park historian, has devoted years of research to these pre-1920 stories told by the Park's "tour guides," or interpreters. He includes the campfire stories of the traders and trappers, Yellowstone as it was portrayed in early photos and movies, the first group of Yellowstone guidebooks written, and the "fool tenderfoot questions" posed by the late nineteenth-century tourists. Whittlesey devotes chapters to the first two National Park interpreters, Philetus "Windy" Norris and G. L. Henderson. Each had his own style of delivery and each awed his respective tour groups. And, finally, there are the stagecoach drivers who chauffeured the public over Yellowstone's dirt roads and engaged their passengers with tales of the great Geyserland. Today's National Park Service has taken over the duties of the "horse and buggy tour guides" but private and concessioner tour guides also share Yellowstone National Park's many stories. All author proceeds from this book are being donated to the National Park Service.
Empire of Shadows by George Black Book Summary:
"George Black rediscovers the history and lore of one of the planet's most magnificent landscapes. Read Empire of Shadows, and you'll never think of our first--in many ways our greatest--national park in the same way again." --Hampton Sides, author of Blood and Thunder Empire of Shadows is the epic story of the conquest of Yellowstone, Wyoming, a landscape uninhabited, inaccessible and shrouded in myth in the aftermath of the Civil War. In a radical reinterpretation of the nineteenth century West, George Black casts Yellowstone's creation as the culmination of three interwoven strands of history - the passion for exploration, the violence of the Indian Wars and the "civilizing" of the frontier - and charts its course through the lives of those who sought to lay bare its mysteries: Lt. Gustavus Cheyney Doane, a gifted but tormented cavalryman known as "the man who invented Wonderland"; the ambitious former vigilante leader Nathaniel Langford; scientist Ferdinand Hayden, who brought photographer William Henry Jackson and painter Thomas Moran to Yellowstone; and Gen. Phil Sheridan, Civil War hero and architect of the Indian Wars, who finally succeeded in having the new National Park placed under the protection of the US Cavalry. George Black1s Empire of Shadows is a groundbreaking historical account of the origins of America1s majestic national landmark.
Yellowstone National Park by Andy Robbins Book Summary:
Color me cautious... or color me dead! For many, a visit to Yellowstone National Park is the vacation of a lifetime. Where else can you stare into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, watch in wonder as Old Faithful erupts on cue, come face-to-face with a lumbering bison, or, hey, be boiled alive in a thermal pool? Perhaps you'd prefer to be torn apart by a grizzly bear during a peaceful morning hike? Yellowstone National Park offers its visitors more spectacular natural wonders—and as many ways to die while enjoying those wonders—than anywhere on the planet. If there's a way to die in Yellowstone, you'll find it pictured here, ready for your coloring enjoyment. This coloring book also offers facts about the park, advice on its many animals (peaceful and otherwise), and even a few tips to help you stay alive during what hopefully isn't your last trip to the Nation's first National Park. Scenic Views! Majestic animals! Disturbing facts! This coloring book isn't for everyone! It depicts scenes of graphic violence, including disembowelment, dismemberment, electrocution, and immolation. Recommended for mature colorists only! You've been warned!
Gateway to Yellowstone by Lee Whittlesey Book Summary:
"The town of Cinnabar, Montana, no longer exists, but when it did, it served as the immediate railroad gateway for a generation of visitors to Yellowstone National Park. This book tells the story of its place in the West"--Provided by publisher.
Off the Wall by Michael Patrick Ghiglieri,Charles R. Farabee Book Summary:
Authors Michael P. Ghiglieri and Charles R. Butch Farabee draw on their extensive experience in professional wilderness guiding (34 years) and in wilderness Search & Rescue in the National Park Service (34 other years), respectively, to research and create detailed and compelling stories for every known fatal mishap in Yosemites complicated recreational wonderland. These sagas span the era from Yosemites discovery in 1849 today when big wall climbing, BASE jumping, and tumbles off Yosemites huge waterfalls take such tolls. All 869 mishaps are included; more than 100 are highlighted in dramatic detail and historical context. This book could save your life.
One of Us by Barrie K Gilbert Book Summary:
Barrie Gilbert’s fascination with grizzly bears almost got him killed in Yellowstone National Park. He recovered, returned to fieldwork and devoted the next several decades to understanding and protecting these often-maligned giants. He has spent thousands of hours among wild grizzles in Yosemite and Yellowstone national parks, Alberta, coastal British Columbia, and along Brooks River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park, where hundreds of people gather to watch dozens of grizzlies feast on salmon. His research has centered on how bears respond to people and each other, with a focus on how to keep humans and bears safe. Drawn from his decades of experience, One of Us: A Biologist’s Walk Among Bears explodes myths that depict grizzlies as bloodthirsty beasts that “kill for pleasure” and reveals the intelligent, adaptable side of these astonishingly social animals. He also explains their pivotal role in maintaining and protecting their fragile ecosystems. Accordingly, Gilbert pulls no punches when outlining threats to bear conservation. Most importantly, this book extolls a new way of appreciating grizzly bears, the same way we regard wolves, whales, chimpanzees, and gorillas.
Lost in My Own Backyard by Tim Cahill Book Summary:
Traces the author's lifetime of exploring the natural wonders of Yellowstone National Park, journeys during which he visited its geysers, thermal pools, and glacier; encountered a vast range of wildlife; and witnessed such phenomena as waterfall moonbows. 40,000 first printing.
Double Revenge in Yellowstone by Raymond N. Kieft Book Summary:
Double Revenge in Yellowstone is the third novel in the Yellowstone Mystery Series. All are set against the backdrop of the wonder and splendor of Yellowstone National Park, our nation's premiere national park. As with the previous two novels, all royalties and proceeds from the sale of Double Revenge in Yellowstone are shared equally between two national charitable organizations: Habitat for Humanity and Compassion International. No royalties are retained by the author. Readers wishing to learn more about these charities are referred to their respective websites.