Hidden History of Yellowstone National Park - Mattie Culver Buried Alone

Yellowstone National Park has Geysers, hiking, bison, elk, wolves, and the pioneer woman Mattie Culver who is buried in a lone grave in the wilderness. In Yellowstone National Park’s Nez Perce Picnic Area on Fountain Flat Drive near Fountain Paint Pots and Lower Geyser Basin, you can find the lone grave of the pioneer woman Mattie Culver. We visited Mattie on our last visit to Yellowstone. And we are going to take you there and tell you her story. And how she ended up in this beautiful picnic area. Recommended book: Mattie: A Woman's Journey West by Nan Weber: https://amzn.to/2KumnMw As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Many products used to produce or featured in our videos.

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