John Colter, Discoverer Of Yellowstone Park: An Account Of His Exploration In 1807 And Of His Further Adventures As Hunter; Trapper; Indian Fighter; ... And Member Of The Lewis And Clark Expedition

John Colter, Discoverer Of Yellowstone Park: An Account Of His Exploration In 1807 And Of His Further Adventures As Hunter; Trapper; Indian Fighter; ... And Member Of The Lewis And Clark Expedition

  • Binding: Hardcover
Vendor
Martino Pub
Regular price
$118.06
Sale price
$118.06
Quantity must be 1 or more

Attention: For textbook, access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items.

Arrives in 3-7 Business Days

REPRINT of the 1926 edition (New York). Special Description Note- This is not a print on demand edition. Care has been taken to enhance and improve the original text whenever possible. Martino Publishing follows the standards of traditional printing and quality is a primary concern. We distinguish ourselves from Print on Demand by our quality controls, paper quality and binding quality. Hardbound. 8vo. 114. map, Frontispice. Following the return of the Lewis & Clark expedition, no member of the party lived so full a life of discovery and dramatic adventure as John Colter. The high point, of couse, was his discovery of that region of geysers, mud pots, and waterfalls known today as Yellowstone National Park. This explains why three authors, Stallo Vinton, Ethel Hueston, and Burton Harris, have written full-length biographies about Colter. Of the three biographies Vinton's is the earliest and most difficult to find. Originally published in 1926 by Edward Eberstadt, this early biography covers the life of Colter as hunter, trapper, Indian fighter, pathfinder and member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Howes V114.

Customer Reviews