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James E. Cole, 1940
Cole transferred to Joshua Tree National Monument in 1940 to become its first superintendent. He served until 1942 and again served from 1944 to 1947 as Custodian. Cole did research on spotted bats in California and Utah. By 1948 he was a biologist at Wind Cave National Monument, where he studied prairie dog towns and bison. Cole spent parts of three winters on Isle Royle National Park studying wolves. He found the last coyote track on the island in 1957. In 1962 and 1963 Cole was Project Manager at Point Reyes National Seashore. He died June 3, 1981 in San Rafael, California.
James Ellsworth Cole (1902-1981), The Cone-bearing Trees of Yosemite (Yosemite: Yosemite Natural History Association, 1939), 39pp. Illustrated. 24 cm. Saddle-stitched with paper wrappers. Library of Congress call number QK495.C75 C67. Published as Yosemite Nature Notes 18(5):33-72 (May 1939).
A revised edition by William R. Jones appeared in 1963 with a color photograph on the cover. The original 1939 edition appears here.
Digitized by Dan Anderson, November 2006,
from a personal copy.
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