Geological History of the Yellowstone National Park
PUBLICATIONS ON YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK.
The following publications may be obtained on
application to the Secretary of the Interior:
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
General information regarding the Yellowstone National Park,
This pamphlet contains information regarding
the hotels, camp, and transportation lines operated in the park.
It contains sketch maps, tables of distances between principal
points of interest, lists of books and magazine articles on the
park, and general information of interest to the tourist.
Magazine articles on national parks, reservations, and monuments,
A descriptive list of pictures exhibited by
the Department of the Interior. Contains short descriptions
by well-known writers of scenes in the larger national parks.
SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS.
The following publications may be obtained
from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D. C.:
Geysers, by Walter Harvey Weed, 32 pp.,
illustrated. Price, 10 cents.
The Superintendent of Documents has for
sale also the earlier reports of explorations in the Yellowstone
Park. A price list will be forwarded on application.
The following publications may be obtained from
the Director of the Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.:
Monograph 32, pt. 2, Descriptive geology,
petrography, and paleontology of the Yellowstone National
Park, 893 pp., illustrated. Price, $2.45.
Atlas of the geology of the Yellowstone
National Park, 27 sheets folio. Price, $3.75
Geologic Folio, No. 30 containg topographic
and geologic maps of the park and a description of the geology,
6 pages folio, 3 sheets folio illustrations, 8 sheets folio
maps. Price, 50 cents.
Bulletin 395, Radio-activity of the thermal
waters of the Yellowstone National Park, 35 pages. Free.
Topographic map of the Yellowstone National
Park, on a scale of 2 miles to the inch. Price, 20 cents.
Last Updated: 02-Apr-2007