National Geographic : 1935 Aug
©Wendell Chapman OUTBOARD MOTOR IS TIPPED UP AND OARS ARE USED WHEN STALKING BIG GAME IN THE YELLOWSTONE The authors' portable folding boat is loaded with provisions for two months. Here, in the southeastern cornerofthe park, the Yellowstone River flows close to the peaks of the Absaroka Range. The rocky pyramid of Colter Peak, named for John Colter, a pioneer white man who entered this region about 125years ago, raises its bald head in the left foreground. Turret Mountain marks the skyline on the right.