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Yellowstone National Park

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
July
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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In view of the wide spread attention now centered in the Yellowstone Ñaional Park, the followlng expressions rom two of the most eminent American citizeas, one a scientist and the other a clergyraan, are of great interest. Prof. John Muir, Califurnin's dis.inguished geologist, speaking of the naional resortsays: ''Situated n the heart of the Rocky Mountains, on the brond rugged summit of the continent amid snow and ice and d;irk shnggy forest-s where the great rivers take their rise, it surpasse8 in wakeful, exciting tnterest any otlier región yet discovered on tlie race of the globe." Uev. T. DeWitt Talmage, the eminent divine says, "After all poetry has exïausted itself, and all the Morans and iierstadts and otlier enchantlnj; artista iave completed their canvas, there will )e other revelatlons to make and other stories of lts beauty and wrath, splendor and ajrony, to be recited. The Yellowstone Park is the geologUt's paradise." The Northern Pacific Kailroad, the celebrated dining car route is the only all ail line to this rexion. For copy of Wonderland, Yellowstone Park Folder and other illustrated publications, address any traveling passenger agent of the corapany or Chas. S. Fee, G. P. & T. A., N. P. R. R., St. Paul. Minn.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Courier