Fire in Paradise: The Yellowstone Fires and the Politics of Environmentalism
A detailed account of the fight to control the fires that raged through Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks in 1988 focuses on the role of environmentalists in the effort to control the blazes.
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Silver Gate September 1988
Yellowstone Nation Chapter I Clover
Mammoth Hot Springs
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