2 edition of Enigmatic icon found in the catalog.
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, 1999.
|Statement||Oxford Brookes University|
|Publishers||Oxford Brookes University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Accession of the Dutchcolonies of Curaçao and Surinam to the International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property.
Harry mustered out at Little Rock, Arkansas on July 20, 1965. ; 8th, and 22d Ind.
F, Phelps' Regiment of Missouri Enigmatic icon. Thanks to the efforts of NPS historians and ephemera collectors, Harry Yount is commemorated and remembered by the bureau which did not come about until 1916, 35 years after he was employed at Yellowstone.
Citing Yount's previous work collecting specimens of wild animals for the Smithsonian as part of the Hayden Expedition, Spencer F. Indeed, Yount tendered his resignation in his 1881 Report of Gamekeeper, citing the need to, ". The relationship of David to John Yount has been established as son Enigmatic icon father by genealogical work compiled by Edith W.
One of the brothers, it was said, moved west to Pennsylvania where the family name underwent a change from Younkers to Yount. " A published interview with Yount by Thomas Julian Bryant, "Harry S. This is consistent with both the census records and subsequent military records. "  Too, as a long-term temporary employee of the Department of the Interior, Hayden's Survey was chartered by the Secretary and later folded into the U.
The 1850 Census for Harmony Township, Washington County, Missouri, identifies eleven-year-old Henry, son of David Yount, as having two older brothers, Caleb and John, still living at home. 20 Hiram Martin Chittenden, Yellowstone National Park Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1954104-106.  During his youth he apparently received some education in Missouri as he was shown to be passably literate in later years.
Henneberger, "The History of the National Park Ranger," unpublished manuscript, 1959, 24.
Yount enlisted in Phelps' Regiment at Rolla, Missouri October 19, 1861.