Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

First established in 1929, today’s Grand Teton National Park emerged only after a complicated and controversial series of events. Through a visionary plan by Yellowstone Superintendent Horace Albright, and the generosity of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., legislation passed in 1950 that merged the original 1929 park with lands from the Jackson Hole National Monument, creating a present-day size of 310,000 acres. Read More ...

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