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Pulling a wagon up a steep slope, Yellowstone, 1883

Pulling a wagon up a steep slope, Yellowstone, 1883


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Pulling a wagon up a steep slope, Yellowstone, 1883

Engraving showing a wagon making its way around a steep hill above the river in Yellowstone National Park, 1883. The river bank is so steep that three men are needed to pull ropes to keep the wagon upright

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1883 Bank Needed Pull Pulling Ropes Slope Steep Wagon Yellow Stone Up Right


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This engraving, titled 'Pulling a Wagon up a Steep Slope in Yellowstone National Park, 1883,' offers a glimpse into the early history of America's first national park. The image depicts a wagon making its way around a steep hill above the river, with the bank so precipitous that three men are required to pull ropes to keep the wagon upright. The challenging terrain of Yellowstone, marked by its hot springs, geysers, and rugged topography, presented a formidable obstacle for travelers in the late 19th century. The importance of this historical image lies in its documentation of the early exploration and settlement of Yellowstone National Park. The park, established in 1872, attracted visitors and settlers alike, who were drawn to its natural wonders. However, the harsh conditions and difficult terrain made travel within the park a daunting task. This engraving, produced in 1883, serves as a visual reminder of the perseverance and determination needed to navigate the park's rugged landscape. The image also highlights the communal spirit of early park visitors and settlers, as evidenced by the three men working together to pull the wagon up the slope. The use of ropes to keep the wagon from tipping over demonstrates the ingenuity and resourcefulness of these early explorers. Overall, 'Pulling a Wagon up a Steep Slope in Yellowstone National Park, 1883' is a valuable historical artifact that provides insight into the challenges and triumphs of early park exploration and settlement. Its intricate details and evocative imagery transport us back in time, allowing us to experience a moment in history that continues to shape our understanding of America's natural wonders.

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