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YOSEMITE

HIKING & TRAILS

Hiking Yosemite National Park (FalconGuide) -- Suzanne Swedo.
Falcon Publishing, 2000; Paperback.

The Happy Camper Handbook: A Guide to Camping for Kids and their Parents. -- Ross, Michael
Yosemite Association, 1995; Paperback.

Yosemite : The Valley and Surrounding Uplands High Sierra Hiking Guide
Jeffrey P. Schaffer; Paperback

The Tahoe-Yosemite Trail : A Comprehensive Guide to the 180 Miles of Trail Between Meeks Bay at Lake Tahoe and Yosemite Park's Tuolumne Meadows -- Thomas Winnett; Paperback.

Yosemite : A Visitor's Companion -- George Wuerthner; Paperback.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Yosemite and the High Sierra -- Ansel Adams, et al.
Little Brown & Company, 1994; Hardcover.

Yosemite; Ansel Adams, Andrea G. Stillman; Hardcover

Above Yosemite -- Robert W. Cameron; Hardcover.

Uelsmann Yosemite : Photographs; Jerry Uelsmann, Jerry N. Uelsmann; Hardcover

JOHN MUIR

John Muir : Nature Writings: The Story of My Boyhood and Youth; My First Summer in the Sierra; The Mountains of California; Stickeen; Essays (Library of America) -- John Muir, William Cronon(Editor); Hardcover

My First Summer in the Sierra -- John Muir, Galen A. Rowell(Introduction); Houghton Mifflin Co., 1979.
Paperback

Travels in Alaska -- John Muir; Paperback

The Wild Muir: Twenty-Two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures -- John Muir, Fiona King (Illustrator), Lee Stetson;Yosemite Assn., Paperback.
Note: This wonderful volume distills some of John Muir's more memorable wilderness adventures into an absorbing, thrilling read.

South of Yosemite : Selected Writings of John Muir; John Muir, Frederic R. Gunsky; Paperback.

Our National Parks -- John Muir; Paperback.

NATURAL HISTORY

Glaciers of California: Modern Glaciers, Ice Age Glaciers, the Origin of Yosemite Valley, and a Glacier Tour in the Sierra Nevada
( California Natural History Guides) -- Bill Guyton; Paperback.

Incomparable Valley a Geologic Interpretation of the Yosemite
F. E. Matthes; Paperback.

The Tree of Time : A Story of a Special Sequoia -- Kathy Baron
Paperback.

Walking With Muir Across Yosemite -- Thomas R. Vale, Geraldine R. Vale
Paperback.

HUMAN HISTORY

Dispossessing the Wilderness: Indian Removal and the Making of the National Parks --Mark David Spence; Hardcover

The Yosemite Grant, 1864-1906 : A Pictorial History -- Hank Johnston; Hardcover.

Discovery of the Yosemite and the Indian War of 1851 Which Led to That Event -- Lafayette Houghton, Bunnell; Paperback.

Yosemite and the Mariposa Grove : A Preliminary Report, 1865
Frederick Law Olmsted; Paperback.

Yosemite Place Names : The Historic Background of Geographic Names in Yosemite National Park -- Peter Browning; Paperback.

Yosemite : The Embattled Wilderness -- Alfred Runte; Paperback.

It Will Live Forever : Traditional Yosemite Indian Acorn Preparation
Bev Ortiz; Paperback.

Legends of the Yosemite Miwok -- Frank La Pena, et al; Paperback.

Tradition and Innovation : A Basket History of the Indians of the Yosemite-Mono Lake Area -- Craig D. Bates, Martha J. Lee; Hardcover.

 

Obata's Yosemite : The Art and Letters of Chiura Obata from His Trip to the High Sierra in 1927 -- Chiura Obata, et al; Paperback.

ROCK CLIMBING

Camp 4 : Recollections of a Yosemite Rockclimber -- Steve Roper
Hardcover.

Defying Gravity : High Adventure on Yosemite's Walls -- Gary Arce,
Royal Robbins; Paperback.

Yosemite Big Walls : SuperTopos -- Chris McNamara
Yosemite Assn., 1994; Paperback.

El Capitan : Historic Feats and Radical Routes -- Daniel Duane
Paperback.

Rock Climbing Yosemite's Select (FalconGuide) -- Don Reid
Paperback.

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ACADIA

Acadia National Park: Wildlife Watcher's Guide.
Grierson, Ruth Gortner.
Northword Press, 1995.

A Pocket Guide to Biking on Mt. Desert Island.
Minutolo, Audrey S.
Down East Books, 1996.

A Pocket Guide to the Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park.
Abrell, Diana F.
Down East Books, 1995.

A Pocket Guide to Hiking on Mt. Desert Island.
Brechlin, Earl.
Down East Books, 1996.

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BADLANDS

Badlands: Beauty Carved from Nature (Doors to America's Past Series).
Linda Wade.
The Rourke Book Company, Inc., 1991.

This Curious Country Badlands National Park.
Mary Durant, Michael Harwood.
Badlands Natural History Assn., 1988.

Natural History of the Black Hills and Badlands.
Also available in paperback
Sven G. Froiland.
Center for Western Studies, 1990.

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BISCAYNE

The Florida Keys: The Natural Wonders of an Island Paradise.
Bill Keogh (Photographer), Jeff Ripple.
Voyageur Press, 1995.

Biscayne: The Story Behind the Scenery.
L. Wayne Landrum.
Kc Pubns, 1990.

Snorkeling Guide to Marine Life: Florida Caribbean Bahamas.
Ned Deloach, Paul Humann.
New World Pubns, 1995.

Land from the Sea: The Geologic Story of South Florida.
John Edward Hoffmeister.
Univ of Miami Press, 1974.

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COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG

The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg.
Richard Handler, Eric Gable.
Duke University Press, 1997.

Archaeology for Young Explorers: Uncovering History at Colonial Williamsburg.
Patricia Samford, David L. Ribblett.
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1995.

Civil War Williamsburg.
Carson O. Hudson, Hudson Carson.
Stackpole Books, 1998.

Meet Felicity: An American Girl (The American Girls Collection, Book 1).
Valerie Tripp, Dan Andreasen (Illustrator).
Pleasant Co., 1991.

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EVERGLADES

Everglades.
Minor, Wendell (Illustrator) & George, Jean Craighead
Harper Collins Juvenile Books, 1995.

Everglades National Park: A Tiny Folio.
Caulfield, Patricia (Photos) & Levin, Ted
Abbeville Press, 1995.

Everglades: River of Grass.
Douglas, Marjory Stoneman
Mockingbird Books, 1986.

Synopsis: Descriptive, fluid prose illustrating the notion of the Everglades as a vast, flowing river. The strange beauty of the region, the diversity of the wildlife, the history of the native people, explorers, and conquerors who traveled there are all touched upon by Douglas - known as the "mother of the Everglades." This book also explains the Everglades' importance as the region's watershed, and addresses modern civilization's impact on the fragile ecosystem.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Voice of the River.
Rothchild, John & Douglas, Marjory Stoneman
Pineapple Press, 1990.

Sawgrass Poems: A View of the Everglades.
Levin, Ted (Illustrator) & Asch, Frank
Gulliver Books, 1996.

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GLACIER / WATERTON

Complete Recreation Guide: Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks.
Spring, Vicky and Kirkendall, Tom
Mountaineers Books, 1994.

Geology along Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Raup, Omar B.
Glacier Natural History Association, 1995.

Glacier & Waterton: Land of Hanging Valleys.
Garton, Jeff (photos), and Schullery, Paul.
Collins, 1996.

Glacier Country: Montana's Glacier National Park.
Gildart, Robert C.
American World Geographic, 1990.

Glacier National Park: A Natural History Guide.
Rockwell, David
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1995.

Glacier Park Wildlife: A Watcher's Guide.
Francis, Michael H., and Wilkinson, Todd.
Northword Press, 1993.

Montana's Indians: Yesterday and Today.
Bryan, William L.
American World Geographic, 1996.

Where the Bald Eagles Gather.
Munoz, William (photos)., and Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw.
Clarion Books, 1990.

Synopsis: "A vivid description - in text and photographs - of the annual gathering of bald eagles in Glacier National Park and of a wildlife research project to study the life cycle of our national bird." --ALA, Booklist. 47 black-and-white photographs.

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GLEN CANYON / LAKE POWELL

Lake Powell: A Different Light.
John Telford (Photographer), William Smart.
Gibbs Smith, 1994.

Lake Powell: Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
Gary Ladd (Photographer).
Companion Pr, 1994.

Boaters Guide to Lake Powell: Featuring Hiking Camping, Geology, History and Archaeology.
Kelsey.
Wasatch Book, 1989.

Ghosts of Glen Canyon: History Beneath Lake Powell.
C. Gregory Crampton.
Cricket Productions, 1986.

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GRAND CANYON

Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water.
Reisner, Marc.
Penguin, 1987.

Synopsis: Newly updated, this timely history of the struggle to discover and control water in the American West is a tale of rivers diverted and damned, political corruption and intrigue, billion-dollar battles over water rights, and economic and ecological disaster. Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award. Photos.

Exploration of the Colorado River and its Canyons.
Powell, John Wesley.
Penguin Books, 1989.

Grand Canyon National Park: A Natural History Guide.
Schmidt, Jeremy.
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993.

The Harvey Girls.
Poling-Kempes, Lesley.
Paragon House, 1991.

Living at the Edge: Explorers, Exploiters and Settlers of the Grand Canyon Region.
Michael F. Anderson, Pamela Frazier (Editor).
Grand Canyon Association, 1998.

Mary Colter: Builder upon the Red Earth.
Virginia L. Grattan, Pam Frazier (Designer).
Grand Canyon Association, 1992.

Official Guide to Hiking the Grand Canyon.
Scott Thybony.
Grand Canyon Association, 1997.

Introduction to Grand Canyon Ecology.
Rose Houk, Tony Brown (Illustrator).
Grand Canyon Association, 1997.

Introduction to Grand Canyon Geology.
Michael Collier, John Dawson (Illustrator), Charles W. Barnes (Designer).
Grand Canyon Association, 1980.

Grand Canyon Wildflowers.
Arthur M. Phillips, John Richardson (Illustrator), T. J. Priehs (Editor).
Grand Canyon Association, 1990

I See Something Grand.
Mitzi Chandler
Grand Canyon Association, 1995.

Description: Together a child and her grandfather discover the secrets of the Grand Canyon. Richly illustrated with full-page watercolors by Barbara Epstein-Eagle, this book makes for great bedtime reading. For children ages 3 to 6.

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GRAND TETONS

Rising from the Plains.
John McPhee
Noonday Press, 1991.

Review:
"Classic McPhee - a mix of history and Wyoming geology. John McPhee tells two stories in one: the geology of Wyoming, and the family and personal history of David Love. Love is a native of Wyoming who left for a Ph.D. in geology at Yale, and later returned as the supervisor of the Laramie branch of the U.S. Geological Survey. Love drives, talks, and points; McPhee records." - mapower@ix.netcom.com , 02/03/97
Also available in hardcover.

Campfire Tales of Jackson Hole.
Merlin K. Potts (Editor)
Falcon Publishing Company, 1995.

A Climber's Guide to the Teton Range (3rd Edition).
Leigh N. Ortenburger, Reynold G. Jackson
Mountaineers Books, 1996.

A Guide to Exploring Grand Teton National Park.
Linda L. Olson, Tim Bywater
Falcon Publishing Company, 1991.

Creation of the Teton Landscape.
David D. Love, John C. Reed, J. D. Love
Grand Teton Natural History Association, 1995.

Rocky Mountain Wildlife of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Bill Perry
Homestead Publishing, 1995.

Plants of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Shaw, Richard J.
Wheelwright Press Ltd., 1981.

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GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS

Great Smoky Mountains N.P. - A Wildlife Watcher's Guide.
Carlton, Mike & Netherton, John
Northword Press.

Great Smoky Mountains N.P. (Natural History Guide).
Houk, Rose/Collier, Michael (photos)
Houghton Mifflin Co.

Synopsis: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been visited by more Americans than any other park. It is also perhaps the most biologically rich of the national parks, with 1,500 species of flowering plants, 225 kinds of birds, dozens of types of fishes and animals, and 130 types of native trees. 90 photos, 45 in color. 15 maps.

Guide to Photography and the Smoky Mountains.
Netherton, John & Dubl, David
Cumberland Valley Press.

Hiking Trails of the Smokies.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association Staff
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association.

Historic Buildings of the Smokies.
Trout, Ed.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association.

Mountain Roads and Quiet Places.
DeLaughter, Jerry.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association.

Trees of the Smokies.
Kemp, Steve.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association.

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HAWAII VOLCANOES

Road Guide To Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Barbara Decker, Robert Decker.
Double Decker Press; 1997

Book Description
A guided tour of the major sights and features of fascinating Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. A 48 page guide with 50 color photos as well as 20 maps and drawings.

About the Authors
Robert Decker was Professor of Geophysics at Dartmouth College for 25 years; he was also Scientist-in-Charge of the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory for 5 years. Barbara Decker is a science writer who has written 15 books and many magazine articles. Barbara is the President of Double Decker Press established in 1984 to publish Road Guides to National Parks and Monuments.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (True Books, National Parks).
Sharlene Nelson, Ted Nelson, Sarah De Capua (Editor).
Children's Press.

Hawaii's Plants and Animals : Biological Sketches of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Charles P. Stone, Linda W. Pratt, Joan M. Yoshioka (Illustrator).
Booklines Hawaii, Ltd.; 1995

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MOUNT RUSHMORE

Mount Rushmore: The Story Behind the Scenery.
Lincoln Borglum.
KC Publications, 1993

Mount Rushmore (Building America).
Craig A. Doherty, Katherine M. Doherty.
Blackbirch Marketing, 1995

Mount Rushmore (American Symbols).
Also available in Spanish (El Monte Rushmore (Simbolos Americanos).
Lynda Sorensen.
The Rourke Book Company, Inc., 1994.

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OLYMPIC

For books and maps, stop at a visitor center or contact:

Northwest Interpretive Association
3002 Mt. Angeles Rd.
Port Angeles, WA 98362.

Cascade-Olympic Natural History, A Trailside Reference.
Mathews, Daniel.
Audubon Society of Portland, 1988.

A Field Guide to the Cascades and Olympics.
Whitney, Stephen.
Mountaineers, Seattle, 1983.

The Geology of Olympic National Park.
Tabor, R. W.
Northwest Interpretive Association, 1988.

Olympic Mountains.
Steelquist, Robert.
Sasquatch Books, 1993.

Olympic National Park - A Natural History Guide.
McNulty, Tim.
Houghton Mifflin, 1996.

Olympic National Park - Where the Mountain Meets the Sea.
McNulty, Tim and O'Hara, Pat.
Houghton Mifflin, 1984.

Olympic - The Story Behind the Scenery.
Warren, Henry C.
KC Publications, Inc. 1990.

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RAINIER

50 Hikes in Mount Rainier National Park.
Spring, Ira and Manning, Harvey.
Mountaineers, 1988.

Challenge of Rainier....
Molenaar, Dee.
Mountaineers, 1979.

Discovering Mount Rainier.
Field, Nancy and Machlis, Sally.
Dog Eared Publishers, 1980.

Mount Rainier National Park: The Realm of the Sleeping Giant.
McNulty, Tim and O'Hara, Pat.
Woodlands Press, 1985.

Mount Rainier: The Story Behind the Scenery.
Snow, Ray S.
KC Publications, 1989.

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN

Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park: An Angler's Guide.
Hosman, Todd.
Pruett Publishing, April 1996.

Hiking Rocky Mountain National Park: Including Indian Peaks.
Donna Dannen, Kent Dannen.
Globe Pequot Press, April 1994.

A Roadside Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Susan Quimby Foster, Beatrice E. Willard.
Johnson Books, 1990.

Rocky Mountain National Park (A New True Book.
David Petersen.
Childrens Press, 1993.

Synopsis: Describes the landscape and wildlife of Rocky Mountain National Park, created in 1915 and featuring mountains, rivers, lakes, and tundra.

Rocky Mountain National Park: A Family Guide.
Lisa Gollin Evans.
Mountaineers Books, 1991.

Rocky Mountain National Park: A Wildlife Watcher's Guide.
Michael Francis (Photographer), Todd Wilkinson.
Northword Press, 1994.

Rocky Mountain National Park: Classic Hikes and Climbs.
Gerry Roach.
Fulcrum Publishing, 1988.

Rocky Mountain National Park Dayhiker's Guide: A Scenic Guide to 33 Favorite Hikes Including Longs Peak.
Jerome Malitz.
Cordillera Press, 1993.

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SEQUOIA-KINGS CANYON

In Pictures Sequoia-Kings Canyon: The Continuing Story.
John J. Palmer
KC Publications, 1993.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon: The Story Behind the Scenery.
William C. Tweed.
KC Publications, 1977.

Geology of the Sierra Nevada.
Mary Hill.
University of California Press, 1989.

Discovering Sierra Mammals.
Russel Grater.
Yosemite Association and SNHA, 1987

Discovering Sierra Reptiles and Amphibians.
Harold E. Basey.
Yosemite Association and SNHA, 1991

Discovering Sierra Trees.
Stephen F.Arno.
Yosemite Association and SNHA, 1986.

Giant Sequoias.
H. J. Harvey
Natl Parks & Conservation Assn., 1989

Day Hiking Kings Canyon.
Steve Sorenson.
Fuyu Press, 1992

Day Hiking Sequoia.
Steve Sorenson.
Fuyu Press, 1996

Great Walks of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Robert Gillmore (Editor)
Great Walks, 1994

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SHENANDOAH

Appalachian Trail Guide to Shenandoah National Park with Side Trails (Book and 3 maps).
Golightly, Jean.
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.

Guide to Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
Heatwole, Henry.
Shenandoah Press.

Shenandoah Heritage: The Story of the People Before the Park.
Reeder, Carolyn and Jack Reeder.
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.

Shenandoah : The Story Behind the Scenery.
Crandall, Hugh.
KC Publications.

Skyland: The Heart of the Shenandoah National Park.
Pollock, George F.
Virginia Book Co.

The Undying Past of Shenandoah National Park.
Lambert, Darwin.
Roberts Rinehart Publishing Co.

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STATUE OF LIBERTY
E
LLIS ISLAND

GENERAL READING:

Ellis Island: Echoes from a Nation's Past.
Lewis Hine (Photographer)
Aperture, Reprint edition 1991.

Ellis Island Interviews: In Their Own Words.
Peter Morton Coan
Facts on File, Inc.; 1997.

Our Lady of the Freedoms and Some of Her Friends. (Audio Cassette)
Charles Kuralt (Narrator)
Simon & Schuster (Audio); 1998.

The Statue of Liberty Revisited: Making a Universal Symbol.
Wilton S. Dillon, Neil G. Kotler (Editors)
Smithsonian Institution Press; 1994.

The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook.
Tom Bernardin
Tom Bernardin Inc; 1995.

JUVENILE READING:

Immigrant Kids.
Russell Freedman
Puffin; 1995.

Coming to America: The Story of Immigration.
Susannah Ryan (Illustrator), Betsy C. Maestro
Scholastic Trade; 1996.

Ellis Island (Cornerstones of Freedom).
Richard Conrad Stein
Children's Press; 2nd edition (August 1994).

The Story of the Statue of Liberty.
Giulio Maestro (Illustrator), Betsy C. Maestro
Mulberry Books; 1989.

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UTAH

ARCHES

Many books about Arches and that area in general are published by small Natural History Associations which retain exclusive rights to sell particular books out of their respective bookstores and so are not available through Amazon.com. They must be purchased directly. A good source for these titles is the Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) whose address is:

CNHA
3031 S. Hwy. 191
Moab, UT 84532
Phone# (801) 259-6003


Desert Solitaire.
Edward Abbey
Ballantine Books, 1991.

Review: "...not a travel guide but an elegy. A memorial." A direct quote from Edward Abbey's introduction to Desert Solitaire, written in 1967. Utah's Canyon country, Moab, and Arches National Park must have been a remote, wonderful, wild, and inspirational place when Abbey was a seasonal park ranger there. The industrial tourism in US national parks, to which he so strongly objected, has indeed come to pass. This book is an eloquent and passionate plea for the preservation of wild places. It is a must read for anyone who has ever visited southern Utah or plans to do so. Highly recommended. -- pnewfort@ccrtc.com.

Arches: The Story Behind the Scenery.
Dana Kenneth Johnson
Kc Pubns, 1985.

The Arches of Arches National Park: A comprehensive study.
Dale J. Stevens
Mainstay Pub, 1990.

Arches and Canyonlands: The continuing story.
Diane Allen
Kc Pubns, 1993.

Exploring Canyonlands and Arches National Parks: A Hiking and Backcountry Driving Guide.
Bill Schneider
Falcon Press Pub Co., 1997.

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BRYCE CANYON


Many books about Bryce Canyon and that area in general are published by small Natural History Associations which retain exclusive rights to sell particular books out of their respective bookstores and so are not available through Amazon.com. They must be purchased directly. A good source for these titles is the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association (BCNHA) whose address is:

BCNHA
Bryce Canyon N.P.
Bryce Canyon, UT 84717
Phone# (801) 834-4602
To order a catalog or book title,
call toll-free (888) 362-2642

Hiking Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks.
Eric Molvar, Tamara Martin
Falcon Press Pub. Co., 1997.

Bryce Canyon National Park (True Book).
David Petersen
Children's Press, 1996.

In Pictures Bryce Canyon the Continuing Story.
Susan Colclazer
Kc Pubns, 1989.

Wildflowers of Southwestern Utah: A Field Guide to Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks and Surrounding Plant Communities.
Hayle, Dr. Buchanan
Falcon Press Pub. Co., 1992.

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CANYONLANDS

Many books about Canyonlands are published by Canyonlands Natural History Association (CNHA) and are available only through them. Their address is:

CNHA
3031 S. Hwy. 191
Moab, UT 84532
Phone# (801) 259-6003

The books below are available at Amazon.com.

Stone Desert: A Naturalist's Exploration of Canyonlands National Park.
Craig Leland Childs
Westcliffe Pub, 1995.

Canyonlands: The Story Behind the Scenery.
Davis W. Johnson
Kc Pubns, 1989.

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CAPITOL REEF

Not many titles available through Amazon.com. In the meantime, please browse through the other books in this "Utah" section.

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ZION

Birds of Zion National Park and Vicinity.
Roland H. Wauer, Mimi Hoppe Wolf (Illustrator)
Utah State Univ Pr., 1997.

Zion National Park (A New True Book).
David L. Petersen
Childrens Pr., 1994.

Hiking in Zion National Park: The Trails.
Bob Lineback
Zion Natural History Assn., 1988.

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YELLOWSTONE

Day Hiking, Yellowstone.
Carter, Tom.
Dayhiking Press, 1991.

The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Keiter, Robert B., editor.
Yale University Press, 1991.

Roadside Geology of the Yellowstone Country.
Fritz, William J.
Mountain Press Publishing Company, Inc., 1985.

Yellowstone Fires: Flames and Rebirth.
Patent, Dorothy H.
Holiday House, Inc., 1990.

Yellowstone Place Names: Mirrors of History.
Patent, Dorothy H.
Holiday House, Inc., 1990.

Midwest Book Review: The many names of Yellowstone are put into proper historical perspective by grouping place names according to the time of their appearance and the circumstances of their naming. A rich and engaging context which will further promote the enjoyment of park visitors and anyone interested in western history.

Yellowstone Wildlife: A Watcher's Guide.
Wilkinson, Todd.
NorthWord Press, Inc., 1992.

The Yellowstone Winter Guide.
Henry, Jeff.
Rinehart, Roberts Publishers, 1992.

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