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The NPS History Electronic Library is a portal to electronic publications covering the history of the National Park Service and the cultural and natural history of the national parks, monuments, and historic sites of the U.S. National Park System. The information contained in this Website is historical in scope and is not meant as an aid for travel planning; please refer to the official National Park Service Website for current information. While we are not affiliated with the National Park Service, we gratefully acknowledge the contributions by park employees and advocates, which has enabled us to create this free digital repository.


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A Memoir of
EDWIN COLE BEARSS

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Walking the High Ground
From Big Sky to Semper Fi

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Walking the High Ground
Making American History
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Walking the High Ground
The Pied Piper of History

Report of the Medical Director of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior (1912)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior (1899)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year Ended June 30, 1906 (1906)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior (1910)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior (1911)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1912 (1912)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1913 (1913)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1914 (1914)

Report of the Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1915 (1915)

"Our Heart's Home": A Historic Resource Study of the Texas White House Intermountain Cultural Resources Center Professional Paper No. 60 (Hal K. Rothman, 1996)

"Creative Conservation:" The Environmental Legacy of Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson, 1963-1969 (Derek L. Tanner, Kyle L. Walker, Brooke Privette, Amanda M. Rock, Rayanna Hoeft and Helen D. Johnson, January 2020)

"Guarding an Impulsive Mover:" A Development History of the U.S. Secret Service Command Post, LBJ National Historical Park, Gillespie County, Texas (Jennifer Cobb, Kendra DeHart, Jaime Espensen-Sturges, Michael McFadden, Madelyn Patlan, Jennifer Paul, Josh Weber and Christi Westbrook, January 2012)

Fishes, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Mammals of Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, Gillespie and Blanco Counties, Texas Draft Final Report (Michael Patrikeev, June 10, 2004, revised November 23, 2004)

Historic Structures Report: Restoration of Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. (George J. Olszewski, 1963)

Furnishing Study: House Where Lincoln Died (George J. Olszewski, April 15, 1967)

Archeology at the Petersen House: Unearthing an Alternate History, Ford's Theatre National Historic Site Occasional Report #5 (Matthew R. Virta, 1991)

Paiutes, Mormons, and Mericats: A History of Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Draft (Frederick L. Brown, 2009)

Wide Reed Ruin: Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. Southwest Cultural Resources Center Professional Papers No. 51 (James E. Mount, Stanley J. Olsen, John W. Olsen, George A. Teague and B. Dean Treadwell, 1993)

The Land, The People, The Place: An Introduction to the Inventory, Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve (Cathy Gilbert w/Gretchen Luxenberg and T. Allan Comp, Winter 1984)

Historic Resources Study: Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve (Gail E.H. Evans-Hatch and Michael Evans-Hatch, 1995)

Archeological Resource Study, Roger Williams National Monument Cultural Resources Management Study No. 1 (Susan G. Gibson, Stephen Cole, Peter Thorbahn, Cynthia Wood and Myron Stachiw, 1979)

Historic Structure Report: Bass Harbor Head Light Station, Acadia National Park (Rebecca Cybularz, February 2020)

Archeological Survey in Northeastern Death Valley National Monument Western Archeological and Conservation Center Publications in Anthropology No. 23 (C. Michael Barton, 1983)

2016 International Workshop on the Conservation and Restoration of Earthen Architecture Workshop Report (Adam Spring and Alex B. Lim, March 14-18, 2016)

Mather Plaques (G. Arthur Janssen, updated 25-Mar-2020)

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Tahoma: News of Mount Rainier (Vol. 7 No. 1, Summer 1981)

Yakima Park 50th Anniversary: 1931-1981 (1981)

Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (A. Randolph Shields, extract from Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXIV No. 3, Summer 1965)

Backcountry Historic Structure Report, Olympic National Park (Frederick L. Walters, 2008)

Archeological Assessment: Navajo National Monument Southwest Cultural Resources Center Professional Papers No. 9 (J. Richard Ambler, June 15, 1985)

Small Vertebrate Inventory Project: Preliminary Results 2000-2004, Lassen Volcanic National Park (John D. Perrine, 2006)

Lady of the Woods (William Gladstone Steel, Steel Points Junior, Vol. 1 No. 1, July 1925)

Crater Lake Legends (William Gladstone Steel, Steel Points Junior, Vol. 1 No. 3, May 1927)

Acoustic Bat Monitoring in Alaska National Parks 2016-2018 NPS Natural Resource Report NPS/AKRO/NRR-2020/2096 (Paul A. Burger, March 2020)

Acrylic-Modified Earthen Mortar: A Program of Investigation and Laboratory Research into Acrylic-Modified Earthen Mortar Used at Three Prehistoric Pueblo Sites Intermountain Cultural Resource Center Professional Paper No. 61 (Robert Hartzler, August 1996)

Scientific Assessment of Yellowstone National Park Winter Use (March 2011)

The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Revisited: Law, Science, and the Pursuit of Ecosystem Management in an Iconic Landscape (Robert B. Keiter, extract from University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 91 Issue 1, 2020)

Prioritization of Riparian Restoration Projects in the Kawunechee Valley at Rocky Mountain National Park Using Wildlife Exclusion Fencing (David J. Cooper, June 2008)

Assessment of Methods for Redistributing Elk to Benefit Vegetation in Rocky Mountain National Park Final Report (W. David Walter, Charles W. Anderson, Michael J. Lavelle, Justin W. Fischer, Scott E. Hygnstrom and Kurt C. Vercauteren, 2010)

The Ecological Role of Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park Final Report (Ryan J. Monello, Therese L. Johnson and R.G. Wright, June 2006)

Declining Beaver Populations in Rocky Mountain National Park Final Report NRPP 99-04 (Bruce W. Baker, David Cooper, Cherie Westbrook, Ken Czarnowski, Therese Johnson, Ryan Monoello, H. Raul Peinetti, Tom Stanley and David Mitchel, January 10, 2005)

Ecological Evaluation of the Abundance and Effects of Elk Herbivory in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 1994-1999 U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 02-208 (Francis J. Singer and Linda C. Zeigenfuss, 2002)

Aspen Ecology in Rocky Mountain National Park: Age Distribution, Genetics, and the Effects of Elk Herbivory U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1337 (Linda C. Zeigenfuss, Dan Binkley, Gerald A. Tuskan, William H. Romme, Tongming Yin, Stephen DiFazio and Francis J. Singer, 2008)

Monitoring Plan for Vegetation Responses to Elk Management in Rocky Mountain National Park U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011-1013 (Linda C. Zeigenfuss, Therese Johnson and Zachary Wiebe, 2011)

Monitoring of Vegetation Response to Elk Population and Habitat Management in Rocky Mountain National Park, 2008-14 U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2015-1216 (Linda C. Zeigenfuss and Therese L. Johnson, 2015)

Public Perceptions of Elk and Vegetation Management in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (Susan C. Stewart, Peter J. Fix and Michael J. Manfredo, June 2004)

Foundation Document, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (May 2013)

Lumber Civilian Conservation Corps Project Training No. 8 (Guy B. Arthur, September 1937)

Vandalism and Outdoor Recreation: symposium proceedings USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-17 (Sam S. Alfano and Arthur W. Magil, eds., 1976)

Minnesota Canoe and Kayak Owners: Their Characteristics and Patters of Use USDA Forest Service Research Paper NC-171 (Earl C. Leatherberry, 1979)

Historic and Administrative Context, Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) National Historic Trail (December 2016)

Interpretive Plan, Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) National Historic Trail Final (September 2016)

Interpretive Site Inventory, Nez Perce National Historic Trail Draft (2011)

Interpretive Strategy, Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) National Historic Trail Draft (1999)

Map: The Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) National Historic Trail (U.S. Forest Service, August 1990 revised 1995)


Michael J. Yochim     (Nov. 8, 1966-Feb. 29, 2020)

Mike Yochim Literally Writes This Love Letter To Yellowstone With His Eyes (Todd Wilkinson, Mountain Journal, August 27, 2019)

Yellowstone Always On His Mind (Todd Wilkinson, Mountain Journal, March 13, 2020)

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Essential Yellowstone
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Protecting Yellowstone
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A Week in Yellowstone's Thorofare
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Yellowstone and the Snowmobile

A Water Wilderness: Battles over Values and Motorboats on Yellowstone Lake (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Historical Geography, Voil. 35, 2007, ©Geoscience Publications)

Beauty and the Beet: The Dam Battles of Yellowstone National Park (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Vol. 53 No. 1, Spring 2003)

Conservationists and the Battles to Keep Dams Out of Yellowstone: Hetch Hetchy Overturned (Michael J. Yochim, extract from George Wright Society 6th Biennial Scientific Conference, 2002)

From Conflict to Resolution in the Two Big-Y Parks: Ending 20 Years of Controversy in Yellowstone and Yosemite (Michael J. Yochim, extract from The George Wright Forum, Vol. 32 No. 2, 2015)

Snowplanes, Snowcoaches and Snowmobiles: The Decision to Allow Snowmobiles into Yellowstone National Park (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Annals of Wyoming, Summer 1998)

The Development of Snowmobile Policy in Yellowstone National Park (Michael J. Yochim, University of Montana Thesis, 1998)

The Development of Snowmobile Policy in Yellowstone National Park (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Yellowstone Science, Vol. 7 No. 2, Spring 1999)

The Recent Winter Use History of Yellowstone National Park: How Should the National Park Service Envision Its Dual Mission? (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Annals of Wyoming, Winter 2001)

Victims or Victors: Yellowstone and the Snowmobile Capital of the World (Michael J. Yochim, extract from Historical Geography, Voil. 34, 2006, ©Geoscience Publications)



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