Yellowstone, 1878: "That journey was one of continuous interest, amusement and delight; and we are fortunate in seeing it just as the hand of nature's architect left it, unmarred by the hand of man, for though it is impossible for him to improve it, he might easily injure its beauty and sublimity. The smoke of the cabin or the palace, the rush of the locomotive, or the rumble of the stagecoach could not fail to mar the lofty grandeur and the silent grace and beauty of one of the most fascinating natural scenes on earth." A fine copy of the 1898 Personal Recollections of General Nelson A. Miles, illustrated by Frederic Remington. Inquire for pricing.