A Place Called Jackson Hole

By: Daugherty, John; Stephanie Crockett; William H. Goetzmann,; Reynold G. Jackson

Price: $59.95

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Book Condition: Near Fine


Book shows very light wear to covers only. Binding is solid and square, covers have sharp corners, exterior shows no other blemishes, text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. 402 pages in oversize format with b&w photos throughout. Very detailed study of the area and surounding region, heavily footnoted with chapters on Fur trappers, Explorers and scientist, Prospectors and miners, Homestading, the Frontier community, Cattle ranchers, Reclamation and irrigation, Dude wranglers, Tourists, Park of the Matterhorns, Grand Teton National park


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This richly illustrated volume, A Place Called Jackson Hole, provides a glimpse into the colorful human experience in Jackson Hole. This study was developed by the National Park Service, and focuses on the importance of the park's cultural resources- from American Indian prehistoric life, the early Euro-American explorers, and the more recent settlement period - that left a legacy of over 160 historic structures in Grand Teton National Park.

Title: A Place Called Jackson Hole

Author: Daugherty, John; Stephanie Crockett; William H. Goetzmann,; Reynold G. Jackson

Categories: American History,

Publisher: Grand Teton Association: 1999

ISBN Number: 0931895561

ISBN Number 13: 9780931895562

Binding: Oversize Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: American History

Seller ID: 148977

Keywords: Fur trappers, Explorers and scientist, Prospectors and miners, Homestading, the Frontier community, Cattle ranchers, Reclamation and irrigation, Dude wranglers, Tourists, Park of the Matterhorns, Grand Teton National Park,