1 edition of North of the Yellowstone, south of the Bulls found in the catalog.
North of the Yellowstone, south of the Bulls
Front leaf of book signed by co-author
|Statement||compiled by Marjorie (Jim) Barnard ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Northside Historical Committee (Mont.)|
|LC Classifications||F737.Y4 N67 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2010673989|
Take Highway north from West Yellowstone for 8 miles. Turn left at Highway and continue for miles. To reach the cabin, park in the Refuge Point parking lot on Highway Continue on Beaver Creek Road via cross-country skis, snowshoes, or snowmobile for miles. Basin Station Cabin (10 miles west of West Yellowstone, $30/night) State and federal officials will spare 25 of the 40 bison originally set aside for the Fort Peck Tribes, according to an Associated Press ://
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It provides family histories and anecdotes from the Montanans that settled the area generally north of the Yellowstone River, and south of the Bull :// Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for North of the Yellowstone, South of the Bulls at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our :// This book was compiled to preserve the biographical history of those who broke the trails north of the Yellowstone River and south of the Bull Mountains.
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viii, pp. Many photographs throughout, a few drawings. x21 cm. (11x8¼"), red gilt-lettered and decorated cloth.
"This book was compiled to preserve the biographical history of those who broke the trails north of the Yellowstone River and south of the Bull Mountains." /97/lot//North-of-the-Yellowstone-South-of-the-Bulls. Title: North of the Yellowstone, South of the BullsAuthor: Barnard, Marjorie (Jim), et.
ption: viii, pp. Many photographs throughout, a few drawings. x21 cm. (11x8¼"), red gilt-lettered and decorated cloth."This book was compiled to preserve the biographical history of those who broke the trails north of the Yellowstone River and south of the Bull Mountains." Grand Loop Road: Northern Loop is our Favorite - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Yellowstone National Park, WY, at :// Stories From Our Adventure Log Filter Results Select a Category Select a Category Attractions (35) Buffalo Bill (19) Buffalo Bill Center of the West (6) Cody (51) Cody Concerts (1) Cody Wild West Shows (1) Events (13) Fall (3) General (6) History (23) Holiday (4) Rodeo (9) Summer Activities (6) Uncategorized (94) Vacation Planning (7) What to North of the Yellowstone, South of the Bulls- Scarce Montana History Book $ + $ Shipping.
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