Some articles on national natural landmarks, natural, national:
... From List of National Natural Landmarks, these are the National Natural Landmarks in Wyoming ... Crooked Creek Natural Area 1966 Big Horn A rich source of fossils of Early Cretaceous land vertebrates ... Sheridan Sublette Sweetwater Teton Uinta Washakie Weston National Natural Landmarks in the United States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia ...
... From List of National Natural Landmarks, these are the National Natural Landmarks in Indiana Name Image Date Location County Description Big Walnut Creek 01968-01-011968 Putnam Contains one of the few stands in ... Chesterton Porter Part of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, this is the sole remaining remnant of the Central Dunes where Henry Chandler Cowles performed his pioneering field studies of plant succession and ... Hanging Rock and Wabash Reef 01986-01-011986 Wabash Contains an impressive natural exposure of fossilized coral reef dating from the Silurian Period some ...
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—Larry McMurtry (b. 1936)
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—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)
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