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Presettlement Wildlife and Habitat of Montana:
An Overview


Annotation Of Expeditions And Individuals Recording Natural History Notes

Doane Expedition, 1876:

The Doane expedition was a small military exploration through Yellowstone National Park during the fall and winter of 1876. Doane recorded general natural history notes including observations of elk, grizzly bears, waterfowl, and trout.


Bibliography:
Doane, G.C.  1877.  Expedition of Lt. G.C. Doane; Ft. Ellis, Montana to 
     Ft. Hall, Idaho, Oct 11, 1876 to January 4, 1877.  Natural History 
     Assoc., Moose, Wyo.  1960. 42 pp.


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