He then became one of the first settlers in Yosemite Valley Hutchings published

He then became one of the first settlers in yosemite

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He then became one of the first settlers in Yosemite Valley. Hutchings published an illustrated magazine, Hutchings' Illustrated California Magazinethat told the world about Yosemite and the Sierra. I believe he played a big role in making Yosemite because he
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made it famous and wanted the world to protect and respect the beauty of nature. 15.The railway helped promote legislation that established Glacier National Park in 1910.. Achain of hotels, chalets, boats, roads, and trails were designed and built to attract tourists. The railroad tapped into the market of wealthy Americans who generally took lengthy trips to Europe and lured them to Glacier.16.Instead of going back toward Yellowstone Lake and a possible rendezvous with his party, he initially set off south and ended on the shores of Heart Lake, where he lay down beside some thermal springs and thus kept from dying of hypothermia. He ate a few things such as a small bird that made the mistake of seeking shelter from a mean storm under the same tree as the starving Everts. At last, he was found in mid-October by two men who were looking for him and who, at first thought he was a wounded bear crawling among the rocks near Crescent Hill at the north end.17.Yellowstone became the first Federally protected national park by the Act of Congress signed into law on March 1, 1872. I believe that Yellowstone is the most important part ofnature and the Earth, that’s why it needs to be protected. People were trying to use it for economic purposes by taking its resources, which is dangerous for us because we learned that taking so much natural resources would destroy the Earth. This is my opinion from watching and learning from the video.18.Indians were the cause that the White people discovered the National Park, it ended up the fighting and killing between the whites and Native Americans, I believe. The Indians basically lost their lands where they used to survive for themselves.
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