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16. What did the exploration team find after they lost Truman Everts? What happened to Everts, did he make it out? How? Truman Everts got separated from the main road and got lost. The found the steaming Firehole River, and different kinds of geysers. He ate thistle root for food. After 37 days being separated from the expedition he was found.17. When was Yellowstone protected? Explain how? Why was this a big deal? In order not to create another national embarrassment like Niagara Fall. The senate approved the bill. March 1, 1872. Yellowstone Park was found. That was the first national park in the world. 18. What happened to the Indians whose home was in Yellowstone? They were forced to move away from their hometown. Some of them were killed.19. What development activities began taking place in Yellowstone? The Government allowed and granted companies to go into the park for business use. 20. Who began the fight to protect Yellowstone? How’d he go about it? George Bill Grinnell. He started the action to stop the park grab, and soon the general Philip Sheridan supported him.
21. What was the debate that followed? They debated if Yellowstone park should be
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