Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park, 1933

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Title

Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park, 1933

Description

Yellowstone National Park is located primarily in Wyoming, but extends into parts of Montana and Idaho. Established as a National Park on March 1, 1872, it was the first national park in the world. It is known for its large variety of wildlife and its collection of geysers and hot springs. Features include Lakeshore Geyser, Fishing Cone Lake, Twin Geysers, Mud Volcano, Liberty Cap at Mammoth Hot Springs, Jupiter Terrace, and Riverside, Giant, Grotto, Castle, Beehive, and Giantess Geysers. 16mm film shot by D.J. Angus while on a trip in 1933. [26:18]

Coverage

1933

Rights

Publisher

Grand Valley State University Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives, 1 Campus Drive, Allendale, MI, 49401

Identifier

RHC-04_DJAM-WY01-Yellowstone

Format

video/mp4

Type

Moving Image

Date

2017-04-24

Citation

Angus, Donald James (D.J.), “Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park, 1933,” Digital Collections, accessed July 17, 2018, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/23929.
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