By: Graham A MacDonald
210 pages, Col and b/w photos
From a discussion of the British naturalist, Charles Waterton, for whom the park was named, to explorations of such topics as conservation and ecology, native traditions and treaties, townsite development and the current challenges facing national parks, Graham MacDonald's study provides a broad interpretive history of this unique area.
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