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  • ISBN: 9780252023798
  • ISBN10: 025202379X

Take Down Flag & Feed Horses

by William C. Everhart

  • List Price: $42.50
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Univ of Illinois Pr
  • Publish date: 03/01/1998
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Part memoir, part reportage, and all good reading, Take Down Flag & Feed Horses is the first volume devoted to the daily work of staff members at Yellowstone National Park. Written by a retired National Park Service historian, the book is divided into two parts, the first chronicling daily life at Yellowstone and the second detailing the savage fires that hit the park during the summer of 1988 and their aftermath.

Bill Everhart lived at the park during the summer of 1978, accompanying the superintendent and his staff of rangers, naturalists, and scientists on daily rounds. His lively anecdotes and observations will lure readers farther and farther into the book -- and perhaps into the park as well. He gives a gripping account of the unstoppable fires of 1988 and shows how fire, a presence in the Yellowstone ecosystem for thousands of years, ensures biological diversity.

One of an elite cadre of Park Service employees who served in the system for many years, Everhart would smile knowingly at a comrade's recollection of an old-timer who left often unnecessary instructions that regularly concluded with, "Take down flag & feed horses (TDF & FH)". His book, a gentle excursion through places and among people, will be attractive to a wide range of readers.

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8vo, hardcover. No dj. As new condition. xxiv, 238 p.