"The night-noises are mysterious and amazingly various, particularly if the camp is surrounded by woods."
A Tale: Early Travelers Confuse Geyser Basins — Rossiter Raymond, 1871
Since, the largest eruptions we observed did not exceed forty-five feet in height, we set down his [Langford's] account as hugely overdrawn, and were deeply disgusted at the depravity of travelers.
Views: Yellowstone Park Belongs in Montana
Although most of Yellowstone Park’s land mass lies in Wyoming, most of its early history is in Montana.