|Author:||Suzanne Barta Julin|
|Title:||A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles: Black Hills Tourism, 1880-1941|
|Format:||mobi doc lit lrf|
|ePUB size:||1977 kb|
|FB2 size:||1571 kb|
|DJVU size:||1968 kb|
|Publisher:||South Dakota State Hist Society Pr; 1st Edition edition (December 1, 2009)|
by Suzanne Barta Julin (Author). I've spent time in the Black Hills on a few different occasions and I love the history and the landscapes of the area. As such I was looking forward to learning more about the area and how it was started, but I was disappointed in the layout and the writing style of the book.
A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles book. A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles: Black Hills Tourism, 1880-1941. by. Suzanne B. Julin.
Suzanne Barta Julin ’01 PhD South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2010. The faces of four presidents gaze down on the Black Hills of South Dakota, a fitting vigil for a tourist destination carved, like Mount Rushmore itself, by public policy, political machinations, and private investments.
book by Suzanne B. cloth cover with dustjacket, illustrated, maps, bibliography, index.
A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles: Black Hills Tourism, 1880–1941 by Suzanne Barta Julin.
Although the Indian Government has myriad schemes to promote tourism, there is no regulatory framework for the sector. If tourism is to be sustainable, with minimum impact on biodiversity and the environment, a regulatory policy framework is urgently needed.
The growth of tourism in Black Hills, South Dakota and the people from the state to promote the tourist industry that includes many very nice early black & white photos of the area.
Great Plains Quarterly. By Suzanne Barta Julin. Pierre: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2009. xi + 221 pp. Maps, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index.
I came away from reading "A Marvelous Hundred Square Miles: Black Hills Tourism, 1880-1941" with an enlarged appreciation for the late former governor and . senator Peter Norbeck. That the newly released 234-page book by Suzanne Barta Julin added to my respect for Norbeck is saying quite a lot. Earlier this year, I read what is apparently the only book-length biography of Norbeck ever written: "Peter Norbeck: Prairie Statesman," by Gilbert Fite.