“A landscape rich with Native American history”

As for MacDonald, he sees it as essential that people today at least recognize the atrocities that led to the establishment of Yellowstone National Park and the United States itself. As he reflected, “When people look at Yellowstone, they should see a landscape rich with Native American history, not a pristine wilderness. They’re driving on roads that were Native American trails. They’re camping where people camped for thousands of years.” Photo credit: Herbert C. Lanks/FPG/Archive Photos/Getty Images

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