Geysers of the Yellowstone National Park
PUBLICATIONS ON YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK.
The following publications may be obtained free on
written application to the Director of the National Park Service:
Rules and Regulations, Yellowstone National Park (issued yearly).
This pamphlet contains general information of interest to the tourist.
SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS.1
1May be purchased by personal application
at the Information Office in the park, at Mammoth Hot Springs, but that
office can not fill mail orders.
The following publications may be obtained
from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D. C., at the prices given. Remittances
should be made by money order or in cash:
National Parks Portfolio, by Robert Sterling Yard. 260 pages,
including 270 illustrations. Bound securely in cloth, one dollar.
Contains nine chapters, each descriptive of
a national park and one larger chapter devoted to other national
parks and monuments.
Geological History of Yellowstone National Park, by Arnold
Hague, 22 pages, including 10 illustrations, 10 cents.
This pamphlet contains a general résumé
of the geologic forces that have been active in the Yellowstone National
Geysers of the Yellowstone National Park, by Walter Harvey Weed, 32 pages,
including 23 illustrations, 10 cents. (This publication.)
In this pamphlet is a description of the
forces which have produced the geysers, and the geysers of
the Yellowstone are compared with those in Iceland and New
Fossil Forests of the Yellowstone National Park, by F. H. Knowlton,
32 pages, including 15 illustrations, 10 cents.
This pamphlet contains descriptions of the fossil
forests of the Yellowstone National Park and an account of their origin.
Fishes of the Yellowstone National Park, by W. C. Kendall (Bureau of
Fisheries Document 818). 28 pages, including 17 illustrations, 5 cents.
Contains descriptions of the species and lists
of streams where found.
A topographic map of the park may be purchased from
the Director of the Geological Survey, Washington, D. C., at the price
given. Remittances should be made by cash or money order.
Map of the Yellowstone National Park, size 28-1/2 by 32 inches; scale,
2 miles to the inch. Price, 25 cents.
The roads, trails, and names are put in black, the
streams and lakes in blue, and the relief is indicdated by brown
Last Updated: 02-Apr-2007