18. What happened to the Indians whose home was in Yellowstone? They had to move away to different places in order to be populated again, and some of them were killed. 19. What development activities began taking place in Yellowstone? Some companies got the permission of the government to do business inside of the park. 20. Who began the fight to protect Yellowstone? How’d he go about it? One of the first people who started was George Bill Grinnel, after that the general Phillip Sheridan. 21. What was the debate that followed? The debate about the expansion of the park. 22. What was John Muir now doing for Yosemite? Where’d he go visit next?
He was a writer who tried to promote tourism in Yosemite. His next visit was to Alaska. 23. What did Muir learn in Alaska? He learned how to be more into nature. 24. Where did Muir settle down and what did he do there? California Alhambra Valley. 25. What disturbing signs did Muir find when he returned to Yosemite? He discovered Yosemite full of tourism and being destroyed because of the business. 26. Describe Muir’s campaign to preserve the high Sierras around Yosemite. He promotes the well-being of the park, showing people how vulnerable the park is and how we should take care of it. 27. Why does Muir maintain that wildness is critical? He thought that wildness is something inside of us that we never should lose