Widely believed to be the first national park in the world, Yellowstone is an American national park situated in the western United States spanning parts of Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. World famous for its wildlife and geothermal features, it contains a large range of biomes and is part of the South Central Rockies forests ecoregion. This volume contains a fantastic collection of classic accounts of the area together with a number of poems dedicated to the park by various authors, including John Burroughs, John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt. Highly recommended for those with an interest in the world’s most famous national park and a perfect gift for nature lovers and explorers. Contents include: “Thirty-Seven Days of Peril by Truman Everts”, “The Yellowstone by Rudyard Kipling”, “Yellowstone Park by Charles J. Gillis”, “Yellowstone National Park by John Lawson Stoddard”, “The Yellowstone National Park by John Muir”, “In the Yellowstone Park by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden”, “Wilderness Reserves; The Yellowstone Park by Theodore Roosevelt”, “Camping with President Roosevelt by John Burroughs”, “Maw’s Vacation by Emerson Hough”, “Trees in Yellowstone Forest, A Poem by Florence Riley Radcliffe”, etc. A Thousand Fields is publishing this brand new collection of classic accounts and poetry complete with an introductory article from “Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 28” (1911).