Classifier Instance:

Anchor text: dude ranches
Target Entity: Guest_ranch
Preceding Context: Though the Teton Range was never permanently inhabited, pioneers began settling the Jackson Hole valley to the east of the range in 1884. These earliest homesteaders were mostly single men who endured long winters, short growing seasons and rocky soils which were hard to cultivate. The region was mostly suited for the cultivation of hay and cattle ranching. By 1890 Jackson Hole had an estimated permanent population of 60. Around 1892 Menor's Ferry was built near present day Moose, Wyoming to provide access for wagons to the west side of the Snake River. Ranching increased significantly from 1900 to 1920 but a series of agricultural related economic downturns in the early 1920s left many ranchers destitude. Beginning in the 1920s, the automobile provided faster and easier access to areas of natural beauty and old military roads into Jackson Hole over Teton and Togwotee Passes were improved to accommodate the increased vehicle traffic. In response to the increased tourism,
Succeeding Context: were established, some new and some from existing cattle ranches, so urbanized travelers could experience the life of a cattleman.
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Source Page: Grand Teton National Park

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