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In the Heart of the Sierras by James M. Hutchings (1888)


Illustrations.

Bear with its Prey.

  Page.
 In the Heart of the Sierras [painting by Charles D. Robinson].Opposite Title.
1.Portrait of Author. [by Thos. Houseworth]Opposite 3
 [Pom-pom-pa-sa!8]
2.Bear with its Prey.9
3.Map of Routes to Yo Semite Valley.Opposite 12
4.Map of Yo Semite Valley.  “      12
5.General View of Yo Semite Valley from Wawona Road. [by George Fiske]  “      13
6.Glimpse of Yo Semite Valley, from Big Oak Flat Road. [by George Fiske]  “      26
7.Ribbon Fall—Lung-oo-too-koo-yah. [by Isiah West Taber]  “      42
8.Tu-tock-ah-nu-lah, or El Capitan. [by George Fiske]  “      58
9.Indians on the March.73
10.Initial Letter O—A Mining Scene.75
11.The Indian Attack.75
12.Enchantment Point—Too-un-yah. [by George Fiske]Opposite 82
13.See! I’ve Struck It—A Mining Scene.82
14.A Miner’s Cabin.83
15.Ho! for the Mountains.84
16.We Seek a “Cut Off".85
17.And Find a “Cut Off".86
18.General View of Yo Semite Valley (First sketch ever taken of it). [by Thomas Ayres]88
19.To-coy-ae and Tis-sa-ack, North, and Half Dome.90
20.Steady, There! Steady!93
21.Cascade Falls. [by George Fiske]Opposite 98
22.The Old Hutchings House.102
23.Now, for Another Start.106
24.Cathedral Spires—Poo-see-na Chuck-ka. [by George Fiske]Opposite 106
25.Fastening on the Packs.119
26.In Trouble.119
27.Mexican Persuasion.119
28.Pack Train on the Trail.120
29.The Pack Train in Camp at Night.123
30.Carrying Deliverance.125
31.Caught in a Snow-storm.126
32.The Three Brothers—Pom-pom-pa-sa. [by George Fiske]Opposite 130
33.Portrait of James C. Lamon.135
34.Lamon’s Log Cabin.136
35.Hutchings’ Old Log Cabin. [by George Fiske]Opposite 138
36.The Yo Semite Fall—Cho-lock—in Early Spring. [by S. C. Walker]Opposite 154
37.Outline Plan of an Open Tent for Camping.170
38.Eagle Peak, from Upper Iron Bridge. [by George Fiske]Opposite 170
39.Alcatraces (Alcatraz), or Pelican Island.173
40.The Yo Semite Fall—Reflected, During High Water. [by S. C. Walker]Opp. 178
41.Country Near Martinez.183
42.Native Californians Racing.184
43.Californians Snatching the Rooster When in Full Gallop.186
44.Passing the Golden Gate.194
45.The Fort (near view).195
46.Red, or Treasure Rock.196
47.The Two Sisters.197
48.Entering the Straights of Carquinez.198
49.Looking Toward the Sacramento River.199
50.Salmon Fishing—Paying out the Seine.200
51.    “            “        Hauling in the Seine.201
52.    “            “        Group of Salmon.202
53.The San Joaquin River at Night—Tules on Fire.205
54.Entering the Stockton Slough.206
55.North Dome—To-coy-ae—From Tis-sa-ack Bridge. [by George Fiske]Opposite 210
56.The “Prairie Schooner".209
57.Calaveras Big Tree Grove Hotel. [by J. C. Scripture]218
58.Cotillion Party of Thirty-Two Dancing on the Big Tree Stump.220
59.Boring Down the Original Big Tree with Pump Augers.221
60.Trunk of Big Tree, and Pavilion. [by J. C. Scripture]222
61.Big Tree, “Mother of the Forest". [by J. C. Scripture]225
62.Horseman Emerging from the “Father of the Forest".226
63.Big Tree, “Smith’s Cabin". [by J. C. Scripture]230
64.Cave View, “Bridal Veil Chamber".235
65.Upper Side of Upper Natural Bridge.237
66.Upper Side of Lower Natural Bridge.238
67.Cone and Foliage of the Big Trees, Ordinary Size.242
68.Representative Cones and Flowers of the two Sequoias.243
69.The Horned Toad.250
70.Eggs of the Horned Toad.251
71.The Wawona Hotel. [by Thomas Hill]255
72.Big Tree, “Grizzly Giant". [by George Tirrell]257
73.Driving Through the Living Big Tree “Wawona". [by George Fiske]260
74.Bear Hunt in the Fresno Grove.264
75.Chil-noo-al-na Falls. [by Thomas Hill]266
76.The Sierras from Signal Peak. [by Thomas Hill]269
77.Rancheros Lassoing Cattle.276
78.Fossilized Mastodon’s Tooth and Portions of jaw.281
79.The California Road Runner.282
80.A Tarantula’s Nest.284
81.Bower Cave.287
82.The Vernal Fall—Pi-wy-ack. [by George Fiske]Opposite 290
83.Indian Woman Panning Out Gold.294
84.The Prospector.294
85.Batea, or Mexican Mining Bowl.296
86.Chinamen Washing Out Gold with a Cradle.296
87.Sluice Mining and Ground Sluicing.298
88.Water Flume for Mining Purposes.299
89.Miner’s Pan and Horn Spoon.301
90.Miners Sinking a Shaft.302
91.Miners Following Down the Ledge.303
92.Hydraulic Mining. [by Carleton E. Watkins]Opposite 306
93.Pair of California Valley Quail.306
94.The Boy that Didn’t Know Nuffink".307
95.California Red-Headed Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus.).308
96.Wall of Table Mountain. [by George Fiske]Opposite 314
97.Table Mountain, Tuolumne County, Cal.313
98.A Chinese Couple.315
99.Chinese Feast to the Dead.316
100.The Domes of Yo Semite. [by George Fiske]Opposite 322
101.The “Dead Giant” Big Tree Stump, Tuolumne Grove. [by George Fiske]328
102.Horse on Snow-shoes.330
103.Nevada Fall—Yo-wi-ye. [by George Fiske]Opposite 338
104.Scene on the Merced River.341
105.The Fissure. [by S. C. Walker]345
106.The Big Tree Room (Barnard’s Hotel). [by George Fiske]Opposite 349
107.Nathan B. Phillips, “Pike".354
108.The Yo Semite Chapel. [by George Fiske]356
109.California Silver Fir. (Picea Bracteata)359
110.Cone of                 “                “    [by Albert Kellogg, M.D.]360
111.Nature versus Art—”What do you use for Bait?".364
112.The Sentinel—Loya—El Capitan, and Valley. [by George Fiske]Opposite 368
113.Indian Cañon.375
114.Ford of Yo Semite Creek. [by Charles L. Weed]378
115.Near View of Yo Semite Fall. [by Charles L. Weed]381
116.North Dome, Royal Arches, and Washington Tower. [by C. Roach]384
117.Mirror Lake—Ke-ko-too-yem—(Sleeping Water).386
118.The Three Brothers—Pom-pom-pa-sa. [by Charles L. Weed]395
119.Half Dome, and Cloud’s Rest, from Glacier Point. [by S. C. Walker]Opposite 400
120.Distant view of Bridal Veil Fall—Po-ho-no. [by Charles L. Weed]403
121.Near view of Bridal Veil Fall—Po-ho-no. [by George Fiske]404
122.Tenieya Cañon and Surrounding Mountains. [by George Fiske]Opposite 408
123.Merced River, View from El Capitan Bridge. [by George Fiske]410
124.The Sentinel—Loya. [by Thomas Moran]413
125.          “                    “    (Casting Reflections). [by George Fiske]415
126.Indian Tom. [by Gustav Fagersteen]420
127.Indian Woman Gathering Acorns.423
128.Indian Woman Carrying Acorns.425
129.            “                Grinding Acorns and Seeds.426
130.Indians Preparing and Cooking Food.427
131.        “      Catching Grasshoppers.429
132.        “      at a Fandango.431
133.Indian Marriage Ceremony.432
134.Indian Preparing Body for Cremation.435
135.Indians Burning their Dead.436
136.Cap of Liberty and Nevada Fall. [by George Fiske]444
137.Silver Apron and Diamond Cascade.449
138.The Ladders, in Winter. [by George Fiske]452
139.Indian Escape Trail to Half Dome.456
140.Ascending the Lower Dome.457
141.Anderson Standing on the Edge of Half Dome, Looking West. [by S. C. Walker]458
142.Pen Sketch of Anderson on Half Dome, Looking East. [by S. C. Walker]459
 [The Umbrella Tree.464]
143.The Zigzags to Top of Nevada Fall. [by George Fiske]Opposite 463
144.The California Snow Plant (Sarcodes sanguinea).  “      466
145.Agassiz Column. [by George Fiske]  “      468
146.Sierras, from Glacier Point—Key to. [by George Fiske]470
 [Sierras, from Glacier Point Hotel Porch. [by George Fiske]opposite 470]
147.Half Dome, as seen from Too-lool-a-we-ack Cañon.473
148.The Too-lool-a-we-ack, or Glacier Cañon Fall. [by Charles L. Weed]474
149.Cave at Base of Upper Fall. [by Carleton E. Watkins]477
150.Map of the High Sierra.483
151.Mount Lyell and its Glacier, from Tuolumne Meadows. [by S. C. Walker]Opp. 487
152.Advent of Winter at Yo Semite Valley. [by George Fiske]Opposite 491
153.The Norwegian Snow-shoe, used at Yo Semite in Winter.494
154.Ice Cone of 550 feet Beneath the Upper Yo Semite Fall. [by George Fiske]495
 [The End.496]

[Editor’s note: credits and text in brackets above were added for the online edition.—DEA]

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