Hill, P.J., and Shawn Regan
The Great Plains: Tragedy or triumph?
"At the end of the 19th century, historians declared that the American frontier had closed. The Homestead Act had caused population density in the West to exceed two people per square mile - the metric the census used to gauge frontier status. ... Now, more than a hundred years later, the Great Plains are experiencing Manifest Destiny in reverse - people are leaving in droves." (This article is categorized under Farming)
Kelly, C. David
A Tarnished Crown Jewel
For bison, home on the range in Yellowstone is not always a happy one, says David Kelly, Assistant Director of News Services, American Farm Bureau Federation. Reproduced with permission of Range Magazine, which first published this article in its Fall 1997 issue.
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