Spring 2009

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Going to the Sun

The road into Montana’s Glacier National Park winds through towering spruce, cedar, and lodgepole pines and follows the shores of Lake McDonald like a child led by curiosity.

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From the Ashes

Mark Smith is a second-generation mountain man. Raised on an alpine resort, tucked high within Washington state’s Cascade mountain range, Smith is the progeny of parents who loved the land.

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A Pebble in the Water

In black-spruce country better suited to goshawks and grizzlies, Dick Proenneke constructed a cabin that symbolizes the majesty, abundance, and solitude of Lake Clark National Park & Preserve, a 4-million-acre outback just 90 miles southwest of Anchorage.

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Sand Traps

There are thousands of abandoned mines in California's desert parks, and balancing visitor safety...

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Beetle Battle

Pine beetles are changing the landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Fighting the Current

Can North America's biggest, oldest salamander survive changing times?

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Building a Mystery

What do we really know about Ocmulgee's mounds?

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National Parks: The Film

Ken Burns focuses his lens on America's best idea.

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American Woman

Elizabeth Cady Stanton's great, great granddaughter looks back at the legacy her ancestor left...

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Setting the Stage

After an 18-month renovation, Ford's Theatre is reincarnated.

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An Industrial Revolution

In Lowell, Massachusetts, one revolution plants the seeds for yet another.

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