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Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden

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Yellowstone History: March 1, 1872
They also brought back Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden himself, who became one of the region's most ardent defenders—and an effective proponent of the Park idea, according to Hiram Martin Chittenden. In his nearly contemporaneous history The ...
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Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden led the first federal expedition to Yellowstone in 1871, culminating in the establishment of the world's first national park the following year.Hayden Valley stretches halfway across the park's northern tier.
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“I think what we're learning is something that Ferdinand Hayden predicted back in the 1870s,” Global Foundation President Dave Lovalvo said in a phone interview from Connecticut.
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The first reference to the range was made by geologist Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden, who led survey expeditions to the Rocky Mountains in the late 19th century. Hayden referred to the Tobacco Roots as the South Bowlder Range in 1873. Atlases in the ...

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