Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park - Chapters 15-20, Clash of Cultures: Deaths From Indian Battles, A Knockout at Bacon Rind: Deaths From Fights, A Death From Diving, Wild Horses: Deaths From Horse, Wagon, and Stagecoach Incidents, Deaths From Accidental and Self Defense Shootings, Malice in Summary & Analysis

Lee Whittlesey
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Chapters 15-20, Clash of Cultures: Deaths From Indian Battles, A Knockout at Bacon Rind: Deaths From Fights, A Death From Diving, Wild Horses: Deaths From Horse, Wagon, and Stagecoach Incidents, Deaths From Accidental and Self Defense Shootings, Malice in Wonderland: Yellowstone Murders Summary and Analysis

Many of the earliest deaths in Yellowstone come from battles with Native Americans. Five fur trappers were killed in 1839 and two park visitors in 1877. We know little about these incidents and Yellowstone was not prime country for Native Americans historically. The Shoshones and Bannocks lived to the west and south, the Blackfeet to the north and the Crows to the northeast. We...

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