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Rangers' videos share Yellowstone's wonders during crisis


BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — In the middle of the 17th minute of the Facebook Live video, Mark Miller reached for his guitar.

The park ranger, fully clad in green and gray, had been laying out the history of Yellowstone National Park, which he was standing in. He had talked about the Native American tribes that called the park home, the Lewis and Clark expedition and John Colter, the first European to explore what would become the world's first national park.

Miller had talked about how some didn't believe Colter's stories of the future Yellowstone and how the mountain man was ridiculed. And Mil...

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