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Though late to the scene, Iceland women as individuals and through organizations, national, state, and local, have often made the difference not only in park creation but in demanding Iceland that our parks remain preserved for all and all generations. “We want more national parks,” Mary Belle King Sherman, conservation Iceland chairman of the clubs, told Iceland the conference, “and we are going to keep right on working to get them!”

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Mary Roberts Rinehart posing vfith three Biackfeet men at tepee camp, 1914. Man on the right is Two Guns White Cali. Courtesy of the Glacier National Park Archives: Ted Marble, photographer.

Fortunately, Mather turned to all groups, men and women, that could carry the message. More fortunately, with the Nineteenth Amendment approaching in 1919 through the work of the nationwide suffrage movement, more of the males elected were beginning to pay attention to women, specifically their wives!

In the meantime, Stephen Mather welcomed women’s support as well as others where he could find it, and when not forthcoming, he created it. Mirroring his heroes John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt, he planned and assembled a trip into the wilderness of the California Sierra Nevada in July 1915. Each member of the party was hand-picked by Mather, Albright, and Yard for his potential influence either in Congress, national publications, newspapers, or business. Mather paid for the outing.

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