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Northern Pacific Railroad was still in its organizational stages during Yosemite's establishment asa national preserve in the mid-1860's. Northern Pacific Railroad stimulate interest in Yellowstonefor the benefit of the railroad. The beauty of the nature intrigued the passengers from the East Coast. The things such as sulfric pits and boiling streams attracted them.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. After 37 days being separated from the expedition he was found later, crawling the rocks near the trees. The found the steaming Firehole River, and different kinds of geysers. He ate thistle root for food.
17. When was Yellowstone protected? Explain how? Why was this a big deal? The senate approved the bill on March 1, 1872 in order not to create another national embarrassment like Niagara Fall. After California Senator’s bill, the Yellowstone Park was affirmed to be the World’s first national park in the world, the core of tourism that attracted a lot of visitors then.18. What happened to the Indians whose home was in Yellowstone?They were forced to move away from their hometown systematically. Some of them got disposedto death. 19. What development activities began taking place in Yellowstone?The Government protected them by the law, 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 began to fight to protect Yellowstone. He started to sell his inheritance and put money towards protection. He was supported by general Philip Sheridan.