prise or stock-raising; still, I think sheep would
do well in that country, if some shelter were erected for them in winter.
When, however, by means of the Northern Pacific Railroad, the falls of
the Yellowstone and the geyser basin are rendered easy of access, probably
no portion of America will be more popular as a watering-place or summer
resort than that which we had the pleasure of viewing, in all the glory
and grandeur of its primeval solitude.
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