Wives into the Wilderness: The Unpaid Force That Shaped National Parks

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In this episode, we delve into the untold stories of the women who lived in the shadows of America’s majestic landscapes, their lives intertwined with the national parks we cherish today. The wives of National Park Rangers played a pivotal role in the early days of the National Park Service, yet their contributions have largely gone unrecognized. As we explore the isolation, challenges, and the remarkable resilience of these women, we uncover how they not only supported their families in the most remote wildernesses but also served as de facto rangers, contributing significantly to the operations and development of the parks. From leading tours to pioneering educational programs, their legacy is an integral part of the national park experience. Hosted by Jason Epperson With Narration by Abigail Trabue Visit LLBean.com to find great gear for exploring the national parks. Use promo code PARKS20OFF to get $20 off your next purchase of $200 or more at solostove.com.

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