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AN ELUSIVE VICTORY: the battle of the Big Hole. by Aubrey L. Haines. Compilation and synthesization of many written accounts of this landmark 1877 battle between Nez Perce Indians and the Seventh U.S Infantry under Colonel John G. Gibbon, with heavy casualties on both sides but victory for neither. 190 pages, maps, rosters of participants, index. Battle site is in Montana, west of Yellowstone National Park.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916792-08-0. Order #: GLAC0557 paper$9.95.
ANIMAL TRACKS OF GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. by David S. Shea.
Full-size tracks of the animal species (grizzly bear requires a fold-out page) with notes on their makers. Includes a key to tracks that describes toes and claws, with dimensions and differences of front and back feet, and what usually shows in a print. Tells where the tracks and the animals that made them are more likely to be seen. Drawings, suggested readings, 52 pages, index.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: None. 1975.Order#: GLAC0558 paper$4.95.
#EASY FIELD GUIDE TO MAMMALS OF GLACIER NATIONAL PARK.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: .Order #: GLAC3716 paper$2.95.
MANY-STORIED MOUNTAINS: the life of Glacier National Park. by Greg Beaumont.
Description of this national park in Montana: the cycles of the seasons and the annual changes in the park's character, its life, and its visitors. Contents tell of the unusual thrust-faulting that has produced the steep and tall mountains, their sculpture by glaciers and the ice bodies that remain. Includes plant/animal communities and presentation of individual species in the park's varied habitats. Includes a section on traveling Going-to-th-Sun Road plus the role of predators and fire in the local ecology. Appendix lists animals of the park--mammals, reptiles and amphibians, birds with their localities of occurrence and abundance. Color photos, maps, 144 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 024-005-00709-1. 1978.Order #: GLAC0554 paper$6.50.
MEET THE MAMMALS OF WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK. by Robert C. Gildart III.
All the park species and how they live in this area of Montana and Alberta, Canada. Tells of the predator/prey conflict as being with a purpose, presents mammals and their ecological role. Organizes species as small primary consumers (hares pika marmots, etc.) and large primary consumers (elk deer, moose, sheep, goat, bison), as small secondary consumers (shrews, raccoon bats, skunk, and more) an large secondary consumers (lion, lynx, fox, wolf). Finally the "opportunists are presented--grizzly bear and black bear. Diagram shows plant community variations with altitude wind, temperature and moisture. Discusses the future for wildlife. Map, color photos, 48 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. 1979.Order #: GLAC0550 paper$5.95.
GUIDE TO GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. Seibel.
Features seen along roads. Map, color photos, 48 pages.
Inventory = 18. ISBN: None. 1979. Order #: GLAC0547 paper$4.50.
ROADS AND TRAILS OF WATERTON-GLACIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK. by George C. Ruhle; edited by Becky Williams..
The "Ruhle Handbook". Scenery, geology, wildlife as seen along the byways of these American and Canadian parks. Mileage logs along park roads locate features on the waysides and the text explains what is to be seen at these points--types and habitats of trees, scenic points, geologic thrust faults, settlers' graves, waterfalls, and more. Trails are likewise described with mileages, routes, wildflowers, streams, etc. Maps, photos, 143 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916792-03-X. 1986.Order #: GLAC0548 paper$7.95.
THREE FORKS OF THE FLATHEAD RIVER (Map). by Glacier Natural History Association.
Floater's guide to North, Middle, and South Forks. Text gives regional information, characteristics of wild rivers, safety considerations, transportation, river flow rates, seasonal recreation variety, river grading system and ratings of river sections on this map, hazards such as log jams and grizzly habitat. Regional map included. Map is 24" x 35"; Folds to 4" x 9".
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None.Order #: GLAC0560 map$6.95.
WATERTON AND NORTHERN GLACIER TRAILS FOR HIKERS AND RIDERS. by Andy Russell.
Covers 62 hikes primarily in the Canada part of this international park that straddles the U.S./Canada border at Montana/British Columbia-Alberta. Introduction gives history of region, brief geology, bears and other safety concerns, fishing, camping, hiking, and riding. Trail descriptions include trailhead access, location, length, difficult level, interesting features, horse use, notes. Photos, maps, 110 pages, index.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-920457-00-2. 1984.Order #: GLAC0553 paper$6.95.
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