Upon the establishment of Grand Teton National Park in 1929, he was named the park’s first naturalist, a position he held for six summers. He was also an accomplished biographer, publishing works on several artists and explorers of the American West.
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I was a little disappointed with the book as I thought it would have beautiful pictures of the Tetons.
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He brought with him years of notes and diaries that he had accumulated during his stays in Wyoming, and putting his degree in English to good work produced The Tetons: Interpretations of a Mountain Landscape (1938), a classic of Western nature literature that has been reprinted many times. Over the rest of his career, Fryxell wrote several other scholarly books about the Tetons, glaciation, and topics of geological interest. In addition, he had a passion for preserving the history of the great Western explorers and artists who had spent time in the Tetons.
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The Tetons - Interpretations of a Mountain Landscape. Fritiof Fryxell served as Grand Teton National Park's first ranger naturalist. As geologist, teacher, and mountaineer, he developed public education programs, trail maps, and safety rules for climbers
The Tetons - Interpretations of a Mountain Landscape. As geologist, teacher, and mountaineer, he developed public education programs, trail maps, and safety rules for climbers. Fryxell's publications stand as classics of explanation and eloquence. in 1929, Congress established Grand Teton national Park to protect the heart of the Teton Range. In 1950, the park was expanded through the addition of most of this valley called Jackson Hole. Viewed from this perspective, Teewinot Mountain, the Grand Teton, and.
The Tetons: Interpretation of a Mountain Landscape. Fritiof Fryxell The Journal of Geology The University of Chicago Press 0022--5269 1. 086/624756.
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