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  A Place Called Jackson Hole



 
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by by John Daugherty, with contributions by Stephanie Crockett, William H. Goetzmann, and Reynold G. Jackson. This richly illustrated volume provides a glimpse into the colorful human experience in Jackson Hole. Developed by the National Park Service, it focuses on the importance of the park's cultural resources - from American Indian prehistoric life, the early Euro-American explorers, and the more recent settlement period - that left a legacy of over 160 historic structures in Grand Teton National Park. Published by Grand Teton Natural History Association.

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