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By Frank H. Goodyear

ISBN-10: 0806189266

ISBN-13: 9780806189260

At the morning of July 30, 1883, President Chester A. Arthur launched into a visit of historical proportions. His vacation spot was once Yellowstone nationwide Park, tested via an act of Congress in simple terms 11 years past. No sitting president had ever traveled this a ways west. Arthur’s host and first consultant will be Philip H. Sheridan, the famed Union basic. additionally slated to affix the excursion was once a tender photographer, Frank Jay Haynes. This elegant—and fascinating—book showcases Haynes’s outstanding photographic album from their six-week journey. 

A optimum nineteenth-century panorama photographer, F. Jay Haynes, as he was once recognized professionally, initially compiled the leather-bound album as a commemorative piece. As purely six copies are recognized to exist, it has hardly been obvious. The album’s 104 photos are observed by way of captions written by way of normal Sheridan’s brother, Colonel Michael V. Sheridan, who wrote day-by-day dispatches that have been dispensed by means of the linked Press.

In his informative advent, historian Frank H. Goodyear III offers historical past concerning the expedition and explains the ancient and aesthetic value of Haynes’s photos. He then re-creates Arthur’s trip via reintroducing Haynes’s wonderful images—along with Sheridan’s unique captions—including perspectives of the Tetons and different landmarks; pix of President Arthur, basic Sheridan, and fellow tourists engaged in actions alongside the direction; and photographs of the Shoshone and Arapaho leaders who amassed to greet the traveling party.

Published at the celebration of the reopening of the Haynes images store in Yellowstone, A President in Yellowstone deals a special access into the park’s storied previous.

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It is impossible, of course, in a hasty trip across such a wide area, to appreciate all that is required in the way of provision for the protection of the Park and its interesting features, whether organic or inorganic, but intelligent men cannot fail to acquire much useful knowledge, especially when they go accompanied by one who is so familiar with a considerable portion of the reservation as is Gen. Sheridan. Lending his support to the campaign for the park’s expansion, Grinnell concluded by remarking that “we trust that the need of such enlargement will be so clearly seen, that a recommendation concerning it may form a part of the next message of the President to Congress .

Like Villard, Hatch was footing all expenses and worked to provide a first-class trip. By sending Conkling to Yellowstone early, Hatch could be assured that everything possible was being done to ready the new hotel. He must also have thought that Conkling could persuade Arthur to look favorably on the enterprise and perhaps even to endorse it when he passed through the park. Arthur and Conkling had been longtime friends from their days as part of the “Stalwart” faction of the Republican Party. Although Arthur tried to distance himself from this group in order to demonstrate his political independence during his first year in the White House, he had reached out to Conkling and nominated his friend for the Supreme Court, a post that Conkling ultimately declined.

After eleven years of neglect and uncertainty, the modern park was born. Three weeks before Arthur’s death, Forest and Stream published a traveler’s account of a visit to Yellowstone. Like so many descriptions of the park, it spoke in glowing terms about Yellowstone and the enjoyment experienced there. The account also mentioned that a photograph of the fish that President Arthur and Senator Vest had caught now hung in the lobby of the National Hotel. Although the party inquired about who caught more, no one would tell them.

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