Mr. Goodrich

Mr. Goodrich, his team, and wagon were hired by Earl Douglass upon arrival in Vernal, Utah in early August 1909. Mr. Goodrich toted Douglass around to numerous known dinosaur localities throughout the month, non of which impressed Douglass much. On August 17th Mr. Goodrich drove Douglass up a gulch, from which the ‘discovery bones’ would be found. Mr. Goodrich then helped Douglass with initial excavations of the bones.

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