By Bruce H. Blevins. “Mapping Yellowstone” is the first work devoted entirely to the mapping of Yellowstone National Park. Emphasizes the initial exploration of the park, continuing through to the period of extensive U.S. Government cartography from 1814 to 1883. Discusses early conjectures, the fur trapping era, military expeditions, geologic surveys, government boundaries, personal travel accounts, and promotional and atlas cartography. Includes 306 maps with 210 illustrations. Hardcover. 238 pages.