Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park Quiz

Lee Whittlesey
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


At least ___________ people have died from lightning strikes throughout the history of Yellowstone. (from Chapters 4-10,)


Both gases are found in high concentrations where? (from Chapters 4-10,)


Whittlesey reminds the reader that the wilderness is what? (from Chapters 21-25, Powerless in Eden: Deaths From Suicide, Missing and Presumed Dead, Deaths From Gas Stove Explosions and Structural Fires, Deaths From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Travel in Wonderland: Death on the Road and in the Air, Conclusion: Pay Attent)


Horse and stage coach accidents were fairly common, about _________ times more common than auto accidents today. (from 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)


More people in Yellowstone have died from _________________ than any other single cause of death save those not included in the book. (from Chapters 11-14, Fatal Attraction: Deaths From Falls, Deaths From Forest Fires: Smoke Chasing Can Kill, The Gloom of Earthquakes: Shaky Breaky Park, Danger in the Water: Deaths From Drowning)

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