David Rains Wallace. Award-winning author David Rains Wallace depicts Yellowstone as a symbol of the global tradition of nature protection that it helped to spawn in this richly illustrated handbook. Side features explore the buffalo as Native American economy and national symbol, grizzly bears, wolves, cutthroat trout, Yellowstone's volcanic caldera, its geyser-fueling hot spot, the U.S. Army years, and the elegant, rustic architecture of Old Faithful Inn. More than 80 color photographs and a traveler's full-color map enhance this moving narrative of Yellowstone's natural and human histories. 2001. 127 pages. 5.75" x 8.25". Soft cover.