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by John S. Huyler

eBook And That's the Way It Was in Jackson's Hole download ISBN: 1886402035
Author: John S. Huyler
Publisher: Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum (July 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 239
ePub: 1670 kb
Fb2: 1714 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

Paperback, 239 pages. Published July 28th 2000 by Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum (first published July 2000).

Paperback, 239 pages. And That's the Way It Was in Jackson's Hole. 1886402035 (ISBN13: 9781886402034).

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Great Jackson's Hole Book! By Thriftbooks. com User, September 24, 2005. I spend a lot of time each year in the Jackson area. Great stories from the past that explain a lot about the present. Hope Mr. Huyler writes again. Stumbled upon this book and fell in love all over again. Recently Viewed and Featured. Pocket Book of Walks Through Britain's History: Over 100 Walks Exploring Britain's Heritage (Pocket Walks).

And That’s the Way It Was in Jackson’s Hole - John S. Huyler ’42 (Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum). A collection of stories about Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the 1920s and ’30s. The book received the 2001 Wyoming State Historical Society Historical Award. Huyler was a teacher in California from 1949 until 1982 and now lives in Wyoming. Locked In To Life - Patton Howell ’42 and James Hall (Tea Road).

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Comments: (3)
Kajikus
Fun stories about the old time characters of Jackson Hole. Most of the stories are from the 1930s through 1940s. Many changes in the Hole since then but one thing that doesn't change much is the local loathing of the NPS because of the stupid stuff they do and smart stuff they fail to do.
Pooker
This is a very well written book of historical events in Jackson Hole, WY. The author relates events that happened as he grew up in this area. Some are amusing, some poignant, some tragic, but all are educational. I would highly recommend this to anyone, regardless of whether they were familiar with the area.
Ucantia
I spend a lot of time each year in the Jackson area. Stumbled upon this book and fell in love all over again. Great stories from the past that explain a lot about the present. Hope Mr. Huyler writes again.