Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park Character Descriptions

Lee Whittlesey
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Lee Whittlesey

This character says that he first became interested in the problem of deaths in Yellowstone when he served as a bus tour guide and later a park ranger in Yellowstone where he spent over two decades.

Negligent Visitor

If Death in Yellowstone can be said to have an antagonist or villain, it is this character. In Whittlesey's view, the accidents are usually the fault either of those who die themselves or the fault of their friends, family or parents.

Yellowstone National Park Workers

Many of the minor characters in Death in Yellowstone are these characters, who typically strive to do their best to protect visitors as well as the wilderness and wildlife in the park.

The National Park Service

Formed in 1916, this is a federal agency which takes care of parks and monuments in the United States.

The United States Army

Prior to the existence of...

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