Park, in South Dakota and Oklahoma respectively, been considered of sufficient comparative importance to be given attention in this small volume.
I realize that the book has many shortcomings, and I suspect that a few errors will have crept in. I wish to make acknowledgment for valuable data and maps obtained from bulletins issued by the Department of the Interior, and to express my gratitude to Messrs. Louis W. Hill and H. A. Noble, of St. Paul, Minn., and to Messrs. George W. Hibbard and J. F. Bahl, of Seattle, Wash., for personal aid in obtaining information.
E. F. A.
- New York
- April, 1915.