Yellowstone History Journal

 
 

Yellowstone History Journal

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The Yellowstone History Journal is the first-ever journal devoted exclusively to the history of the world’s first national park. This beautiful, premium, high-quality, full color, keepsake publication captures the essence of Yellowstone National Park’s unparalleled magnificence and storied past. This publication is produced by the non-profit Yellowstone Historic Center, managers of the Museum of the Yellowstone, and is a certified Made in Montana product.

 
 
 
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The 2019 edition of the YHJ is now available! Contributing writers include: Jeremy M. Johnston, Kim Allen Scott, Kathryn McKee, Larry Lancaster, Tina Schlaile and Bruce T. Gourley.

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Contributing writers for the 2018 Yellowstone History Journal are Lee H. Whittlesey, Elizabeth A. Watry, Tamsen Emerson Hert, Kathryn McKee and Bruce T. Gourley.

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2019 Yellowstone History Journal
2018 Yellowstone History Journal
 
 
 

Where To Buy

If you prefer to buy the Yellowstone History Journal in-store, please consider stopping by the Museum of the Yellowstone Gift Shop to purchase a copy . The Yellowstone History Journal is also available at the following locations:

 
 

Yellowstone National Park(Seasonally)
Old Faithful Inn Gift Store
Mammoth Hotel Gift Store
Lake Yellowstone Hotel Gift Store
Lake Yellowstone Lodge Gift Store
Canyon Lodge Gift Store
Grant Village Gift Store
Roosevelt Lodge Gift Store

Bozeman, Montana
Country Bookshelf
Gallatin History Museum Gift Store

Livingston, Montana
Yellowstone Gateway Museum

Helena, Montana
Montana Historical Society Museum Store

West Yellowstone, Montana
The Book Peddler
Cenex Station/Convenience Store
Conoco Station/Convenience Store
Eagle’s Store
Exxon Riverside Station
Food Roundup Supermarket
IMAX Theater Gift Shop
Madison Hotel Gift Shop
Museum of the Yellowstone Gift Shop

Cody, Wyoming
Buffalo Bill Center of the West

To purchase 10 or more copies of the Yellowstone History Journal or for information about Journal submissions, please contact Bruce Gourley at (406) 599-1754 or brucegourley@gmail.com.