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One Hundred Years in Yosemite (1947) by Carl P. Russell


BIBLIOGRAPHY


The following references are to pertinent titles in the bibliography of Yosemite history. A comprehensive bibliography is to be found in the Yosemite section, pages viii to 134, of A Bibliography of National Parks and Monuments West of the Mississippi River, National Park Service, Western Museum Laboratories, Berkeley, California, 1941. No attempt has been made here to list all items descriptive of the park.

[Editor’s note: in the following references “mim.” refers to articles and books printed with a mimeograph machine, a largely obsolete low-cost, low-volume printing process that uses a stencil duplicator—dea.]


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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Adams, Ansel. Sierra Nevada: The John Muir Trail [“Transmission of emotional experience”] (Berkeley, 1938), 50 plates.

Adams, Virginia, and Ansel Adams. Illustrated Guide to Yosemite Valley (San Francisco, 1940), 128 pp., illus., maps.

Albright, Horace M. “How the National Park Service Came into Being: A Reminiscence,” American Civic Annual, 1929, pp. 9-12.

——. “Yosemite on the Way to Protection,” American Civic Annual, 1929, pp. 23-25.

American Motorist. “Yosemite Motor-Conquered,” September, 1916, p. 37.

American Planning and Civic Association. Portfolio on the national park and monument system (Washington, D. C., n.d.), four booklets, 32 pp. each.

Anonymous. Mono County (F. W. McIntosh, Reno, 1908), 96 pp., illus.

Archibald, J. F. “A Cavalry March to the Yosemite,” Illustrated American, November, 1896.

Ayers, Thomas A. Original pencil drawings made in Yosemite Valley, 1855 and 1856 (Yosemite Museum exhibits).

Badè, W. F. “The Hetch Hetchy Situation [editorial],” Sierra Club Bulletin, 9 (1914). 3, 174-176.

——. “John Muir in Yosemite,” Natural History, March-April, 1920.

——. The Life and Letters of John Muir (2 vols., Boston and New York, 1924).

Bailey, C. A. “The Vantage Points of Yosemite,” Sunset, April, 1899.

——. “Unfrequented Paths of Yosemite,” Overland Monthly, July, 1886, pp. 88-92.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe. Tourists’ Guide (1871).

——. History of California, I, 1542-1800 (San Francisco, 1884), 744 pp.; III. 1825-1840 (1885), 792 pp.; IV, 1840-1845 (1886).

Barrus, C. “In the Yosemite with John Muir,” The Craftsman, December, 1913.

Bartlet, L. “By Rail to the Yosemite,” Pacific Monthly, June, 1907, pp. 730-738.

Beadle, J. H. The Undeveloped West (Philadelphia, 1873), 824 pp., illus.

Beatty, M. E. “History of the Firefall,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1934, pp. 41-43.

——. “Glaciers of Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1934, pp. 44-46.

——. “C. E. Watkins, One of the Early Photographers of Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1936, pp. 17-18.

——. “A Brief Story of the Geology of Yosemite Valley,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1943, pp. 33-40.

——. “Bears of Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1943, pp. 1-16.

Beatty, M. E., and C. A. Harwell. “Birds of Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1938, pp. 1-36.

Belden, C. J. “The Tioga Road across the Sierra Nevada,” Geographical Review, June, 1919.

Bell, Major Horace. Reminiscences of a Ranger (Santa Barbara, 1927), 500 pp., illus.

Bidwell, John. John Bidwell’s Trip to California, 1841 (St. Louis, 1842), 32 pp.

——. “First Emigrant Main to California,” Century Magazine, November, 1890.

Blackwelder, Eliot. “Pleistocene Glaciation in the Sierra Nevada and Basin Ranges” Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer., 42 (1931), 865-922.

Blake, Mary E. On the Wing (Boston, 1883), 236 pp.

Boddam-Whetham, J. W. Western Wanderings (London, 1874), 364 pp., illus.

Bodie Daily Free Press, November 3, 1879; January 26, 1884.

Bodie Standard, November 7, 1877; June 6, 1881.

Boling, Captain John. “Letter from Yosemite Valley,” Alta California, June 12, 1851.

——. “Letter from Camp on Fresno River,” Alta California, June 14, 1851.

Bolles, Ida Savage. “Sidelights on Major James Savage,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1929, pp. 15-16.

Borell, Adrey E. “History of Fishing in Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1934. pp. 57-60.

Bowles, Samuel. Our New West (New York, 1868), 524 pp., illus.

Brace, Charles Loring. The New West (New York, 1868), 374 pp.

Branson, I. R. Yosemite against Corporation Greed (Aurora, Neb., 1909), 30 pp.

Breitenstein, A. J. “The Park-to-Park Highway,” New West, May, 1917, pp. 17-20.

Brewer, William H. Up and Down California in 1860-1864 (Yale University Press, New Haven, 1930).

Brewster E. T. Life and Letters of J. D. Whitney (Boston, 1909), 412 pp.

Brockman, C. Frank. “Contributions of the Naturalist to Winter Recreation,” Proceedings, Second Park Naturalist Conference (Washington, D. C.), pp. 74-80 [mim.].

——. “Little Change in Yosemite’s Glaciers,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1942, pp. 89-91.

——. “Development of Transportation to Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1943, pp. 49-63, 69-72, 76-79, 81-86, 91-96, 101-163.

——. “Administrative Officers of Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1944, pp. 53-57.

——. “Principal Waterfalls of the World and Their Relation to Those in Yosemite National Park,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1945, pp. 1-32.

——. “Yosemite and the Mother Lode Country,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 81-85.

——. “The ‘Why’ of Some Surveys,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 57-61.

——. “The Great Sierra Snow Survey,” Natural History, March, 1946, pp. 105-109.

——. “Introduced Trees in Yosemite National Park” [Landmarks of pioneer activities], Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 90-92.

——. “Principal Administrative Officers of Yosemite: Frederick Law Olmsted,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 106-110.

——. “Broadleaved Trees of Yosemite National Park,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1947. pp. 1-40.

Bromley, I. H. “The Big Trees and the Yosemite,” Scribner’s Monthly, January, 1872.

Brower, David R. “Beyond the Skiways,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 23 (1938): 2, 40-45. [First ski ascent of Mount Lyell.]

——. “Winter Sports Dilemma,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 31 (1946): 5, 6-7.

——. “Lost Arrow,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 31 (1946): 6, 121-122.

——. “Skiing the Sky-Land,” American Ski Annual, 1947, pp. 49-59.

Brower, David R., with Richard M. Leonard, “A Climber’s Guide to the High Sierra: Part IV, Yosemite Valley,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 25 (1940): 1, 41-63.

Bryant, Harold C. “A School for Nature Guides,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1925, pp. 9-10, 16.

——. “Recollections,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1932.

——. and Wallace W. Atwood, Jr. Research and Education in the National Parks (Washington, D. C., 1932), pp. 1-66.

——. “A Nature Preserve [Research Reserve] for Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1927, pp. 46-48.

——. “Trails and Trail Use,” Proceedings of Eighth Appalachian Trail Conference, 1938, pp. 26-30.

Bryce, James. National Parks—The Need of the Future. University and historical addresses (1913), 434 pp.

Buckley, J. M. Two Weeks in the Yosemite and Vicinity (New York, 1884), 36 pp.

Bunnell, L. H. Discovery of the Yosemite (Chicago, 1880), 332 pp., portrait, map.

Burns, J. “Yosemite,” in T. Cook’s Letters from the Sea and Foreign Lands (1873), 124 pp.

Burns, N. J. Field Manual for Museums (National Park Service, Washington, D. C., 1941), xii+426 pp.

Burroughs, John. “The Spell of the Yosemite,” Century Magazine (Nov., 1910), pp. 47-53.

California Alpine Club. Trails (San Francisco, 1920 to date).

California Fish and Game Commission. California Fish and Game (Sacramento, 1914 to date).

California Legislature. Investigations of Yosemite Commissioners; Assembly Hearings, 1889, 430 pp.

California State Board of Trade. Yosemite Valley: History, Description and Statement of Conditions Relative to the Proposed Recession to the National Government, Circular 13 (Sacramento, 1904), 34 pp., map.

California State Mineralogist. Report, 1888, pp. 367-371.

California, Statutes of, chap. dxxxvi, 1865-66.

California Supreme Court. Frémont Decision (Burnett). Case of Biddle Boggs vs. Merced Mining Company, 14th California Report, January term, 1858.

Century Magazine. Editorial, “The Care of the Yosemite Valley,” January, 1890.

——. Editorial, “Amateur Management of the Yosemite Scenery,” September, 1890.

Chamberlain, A. “Scenery as a National Asset,” Outlook, May, 1910, pp. 157-169.

Chamberlain, Newell D. The Call of Gold: True Tales of the Gold Road to Yosemite (Mariposa, 1936), 184 pp., illustrations, maps.

Chapman, C. E. History of California: The Spanish Period (New York, 1921), 528 pp., illus.

Chase, J. S. Yosemite Trails (Boston and New York, 1911), 354 pp., illus.

Churchill, C. M. Over the Purple Hills (Denver, 1876), 336 pp., illus.

——. The Big Trees of California (Redondo, Calif., 1907), 104 pp., illus.

Clark, Galen. Indians of the Yosemite Valley and Vicinity (Yosemite, 1904), 110 pp., illus.

——. The Yosemite Valley: Its History, Characteristic Features, and the Theories Regarding Its Origin (Yosemite Valley [Nelson L. Slater], 1910), 108 pp., illus.

——. “Yosemite: Past and Present,” Sunset, April, 1909, pp. 394-396.

Clark, W. A. “Automobiling in Yosemite Valley,” Overland Monthly, August, 1902, pp. 104-110.

Clarke, Clinton C. “Story of Building the Pacific Crest Trailway, 1932-1942,” bulletin of the Pacific Crest Trail System Conference, Pasadena, Calif., 1942, pp. 1-6.

——. The Pacific Crest Trailway (Pasadena, Calif.: Pacific Crest Trail System Conference, 1945), 126 pp., maps.

Cleland, R. G. Pathfinders, of the series, “California” (Los Angeles, 1929), 452 pp., illus.

Clemens, Samuel L. Roughing It (Hartford, 1872), 592 pp., illus.

Cloos, Ernst. “Structure of the Sierra Nevada Batholith,” in Guidebook 16, International Geological Congress (Washington, D. C., 1932), pp. 40-45, map, bibliog.

Coffman, John D. “How Much and What Kind of Forest Land Should Be Devoted Exclusively to Recreation and Aesthetics?” Journal of Forestry (February, 1937), pp. 210-214.

Colby, William E. “The Completed LeConte Memorial Lodge,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 5 (1904): 1, 66-69, illus.

——. “The Sierra Club,” Forestry and Irrigation, August, 1905, pp. 391-393.

——. “The Soda Springs Purchase,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 8 (1912): 4, 272-274.

——. “The John Muir Trail,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 10 (1916): 1, 86-92.

——. “Yosemite and the Sierra Club,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 23 (1938): 2, 11-19.

——. “Yosemite’s Fatal Beauty,” National Parks Magazine (January-March, 1947), pp. 4-11.

Cole, James E. “Origin of the Name, ‘Yosemite,’” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1936, pp. 49-54.

——. “Museum [Yosemite] Scientific Collections,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1936, pp. 27-32. 37-40.

Commonwealth Club of California. “Should We Stop Building New Roads into California’s High Mountains?” The Commonwealth 12 (June 2, 1936): 22, 325-386, illus.

Cone, Mary. Two Years in California (Chicago, 1876), 238 pp., illus.

Conway, John. Time Book, Glacier Point Road Construction (in Yosemite Museum).

Coon, Lawrence F. The Giant Sequoias of California (Washington, D. C., 1942), 28 pp., illus.

——. “Forest Fire Prevention,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1945, pp. 57-61.

Corcoran, May Stanislas. “Wilderness Odds,” Oakland Tribune, July 5, 1925.

——. “Mariposa, the Land of Hidden Gold” (MS in Yosemite Museum).

Cornhill Magazine, “Early Spring in California,” April, 1883.

Cosmopolitan House Grand Register, 1873. [A massive record of visitors during the stagecoach days. Lent to the Yosemite Museum by the Utter family.]

Country Gentleman, October 9, 1856. [Editor’s note: the correct date is October 8, 1856—dea.]

Coy, O. C. California County Boundaries (Sacramento, 1923), 336 pp., maps.

——. Gold Days, of the series “California” (Los Angeles, 1929), 382 pp., illus.

Cramton, Louis C. “The National Parks under Stephen T. Mather,” American Civic Annual, 1929, pp. 13-16.

Crane, Agnes. “Staging to the Yosemite,” Leisure Hour, August, 1883.

Crocker, H. S. and Co. Yosemite Illustrated in Colors (San Francisco, 1890).

Crofutt, G. A., Trans-continental Tourist’s Guide (New York, 1872), 224 pp.

——. New Overland Tourist and Pacific Coast Guide (1878), 322 pp., illus.

Curtis, W. B. “Our National Parks and Reservations,” Annals, American Academy of Political and Social Science, March, 1910, pp. 15-24.

Dale, H. C. The Ashley-Smith Explorations, 1822-1829 (A. H. Clark Co., 1918), 352 pp., 3 pls.

Daniels, M. “The National Parks of California,” California’s Magazine, July, 1915.

Davidson, G. “The Occupation of Mount Conness,” Overland Monthly, February, 1892.

Degnan, Mary Ellen. “Early Day Experiences in Yosemite” (MS [1941] in Yosemite Museum).

DeQuille, Dan. “The Perils of the High Sierras,” Overland Monthly, March, 1887, pp. 311-322.

Dickensen, Luella. Reminiscences of a Trip Across the Plains in 1846, and Early Days in California [Yosemite Valley in 1854] (San Francisco, 1904), 118 pp.

Dixon, Joseph S. “A Study of the Life History and Food Habits of Mule Deer in California,” California Fish and Game, 20 (1934): pp. 181-282, 315-354.

Doerr, John E. “An Appraisal of the Winter Use in Snow Areas of the National Park Service,” MS, pp. 1-10, with tabular summary of character of areas, extent of use, accommodations, and installations of winter sports facilities, pp. 1-8 [Yosemite, pp. 8-10 of “Appraisal,” and p. 8 of Summary], 1946.

Drury, Aubrey. California: An Intimate Guide (New York, 1935) [Yosemite region, pp. 408-418, 445-478].

Drury, Newton B. “Preserving the Native Landscape in California,” National Parks Bulletin, 15 (1940): 68, 11-15.

——. “Half a Century and the National Parks,” Park Service Bulletin (September-October, 1940), pp. 1-6.

——. “The National Parks in Wartime” (Chicago: National Park Service, 1943; included with “Justifications for Appropriations for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1944[”]), pp. 1-14, mimeographed [see also American Forests (August, 1943, pp. 374-378, 411, for another article, same title].

——. “What the War Is Doing to National Parks and Where They Will Be at Its Close,” Living Wilderness, 9 (1944): pp. 11-15.

——. “National Park Service Grazing Policy,” National Parks Magazine (July-September, 1944), pp. 16-17.

——. “The National Park Service: The First Thirty Years,” American Planning and Civic Annual (1945), pp. 29-37.

——. “Policy of the National Park Service Regarding Winter Use,” Memo. of March 21, 1946, mimeographed, pp. 1-3.

Dudley, W. R. “Report on the Big Trees of California,” U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Div. of Forestry, Bulletin 28, 1900, pp. 1-30, illus., maps.

Dumbell, K. E. M. Seeing the West (New York, l920), 206 pp., illus.

Elliot, Wallace W. History of Fresno County, California (San Francisco, 1881), 246 pp., illus.

Ellsworth, Rodney Sydes. The Giant Sequoia (Oakland, 1924), 168 pp., illus.

Ernst, Emil. F. “The Cause of Ghost Forests in Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1936, pp. 25-27.

Evans, Willis A. “Fishes of Yosemite National Park,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1944, pp. 1-20.

Farquhar, Francis P. “Northward over the John Muir Trail,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 11 (1920): 1, 34-48.

——. “Exploration of the Sierra Nevada,” California Historical Society Quarterly, March, 1925.

——. “Colonel Benson,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 12 (1925): 2, 175-179.

——. Place Names of the High Sierra (Sierra Club, San Francisco, 1926), 128 pp.

——. “Spanish Discovery of the Sierra Nevada,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 13 (1928): 1, pp. 54-61.

——. “Frémont in the Sierra Nevada,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 15 (1930): 1, pp. 73-95

——. “Walker’s Discovery of Yosemite,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 27 (1942): 4, pp. 35-49.

——. “Jedediah Smith and the First Crossing of the Sierra Nevada,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 28 (1943): 3, 35-52.

Finck, H. T. The Pacific Coast Scenic Tour (1890), 310 pp., illus.

Foley, D. J. Foley’s Yosemite Souvenir & Guide [Galen Clark’s description of exploration of the Mariposa Grove] (1915), 116 pp., illus.

Font, Pedro. Mapa del Viage que Hizo el P. F. Pedro Font a Monterey, y puerto de San Francisco; y del Viage que Hizo el P. F. Francisco Garces por El Rio Colorado hasta su Desemboque, y para arrira Hasta P. F. Petrus Font fecit Tubutama anno 1770. [Original in Seville; copy in Yosemite Museum.]

Fountain, Paul. The Eleven Eaglets of the West (New York, 1906), 362 pp.

Fry, Walter, and John R. White. Big Trees (Stanford University Press, 1930), 114 pp., illus.

Fryxell, F. M. “The Thomas Moran Art Collection of the National Parks,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1936, pp. 57-60.

——. “A Painter of Yosemite [Chris Jorgensen],[”] The American Scandinavian Review, winter, 1939, pp. 329-333, illus.

Garfield, J. R. Decision of Secretary of Interior Garfield, May 11, 1908, approving the application of San Francisco for the Hetch Hetchy reservoir site, in Proceedings before the Secretary of the Interior in re Use of Hetch Hetchy Reservoir Site in the Yosemite National Park by the City of San Francisco (Washington, D. C., 1910), pp. 1-6.

Glass, Alfred. “Brief History of the Village Chapel,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1945, pp. 114-118.

Glassford, W. A. “Climate of California and Nevada,” 51st U. S. Congress, 2d Session, Ex. Doc. 287, Appendix 67 (Washington, D. C., 1881), pp. 333-356.

Gleadell, W. H. “Yosemite Memories,” Electric Magazine, December, 1896.

Godfrey, Elizabeth H. “Chronicles of Cosie Hutchings Mills” (1941 MS in Yosemite Museum), pp. 1-14.

——. “Yosemite Indians Yesterday and Today.” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1941, pp-49-72.

——. “Thumbnail Sketches of Yosemite Artists” [T. A. Ayres, Thomas Hill, Charles D. Robinson, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, William Keith, Chris Jorgensen, Gunnar M. Widforss, Harry C. Best, Ferdinand Burgdorff], Yosemite Nature Notes, 1944, pp. 21-97, passim; 1945, pp. 37-76, passim.

——.” “Joseph N. LeConte,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 66-69.

Godfrey, William C. “Among the Big Trees in the Mariposa Grove,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1929, pp. 37-50 [illus. with 15 original pen and ink drawings].

Goethe, C. M. “Nature Guides,” Survey, 44 (April, 1920): 145.

——. “Yosemite Nature Guides,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 11 (1921): 2, 167-170.

Gompertz, H. M. “A Closer Acquaintance with Yosemite,” Sunset, 1900.

Gordon-Cumming, Constance F. Granite Crags of California (Edinburgh, 1886), 374 pp., illus.

Graves, J. A. California Memories (Los Angeles, 1930), 330 pp., illus.

Greeley, Horace. Recollections of a Busy Life (New York, 1868), 624 pp.

Greenwood, Grace. New Life in New Lands (New York, 1873), 414 pp.

Grinnell, Joseph, and Tracy Irwin Storer. Animal Life in the Yosemite (University of California Press, 1924), xviii+752 pp., map and illus.

Gunnison, A. Rambles Overland (1884), 246 pp.

Hall, Ansel F. Guide to Yosemite (San Francisco, 1920), 98 pp.

——. (Ed.). Handbook of Yosemite National Park (New York, 1921), 348 pp., illus.

——. “The Early Days in Yosemite,” California Historical Society Quarterly, January, 1923.

——. “The Educational Development of Yosemite National Park,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 11 (1923): 4, 411-416.

——. “Educational Activities in National Parks,” Proc. First Pan Pacific Conf. (Washington, D. C., 1927), pp. 397-413.

——. Yosemite Valley: An Intimate Guide (Berkeley, 1929), 80 pp.

——. Letter, 1930, to C. P. Russell concerning Yosemite Museum History (in Yosemite Museum).

Hall, Harvey N., and Carlotta C. Hall. A Yosemite Flora (San Francisco, 1912), 282 pp.

Hamilton, E. H. “The New Yosemite Railroad,” Cosmopolitan Magazine, September, 1907.

Hamlin, Chauncey J. “Yosemite Museum Formally Presented to Park Service,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1926, p. 95.

——. “Studying Nature in Place,” Proc. First Pan Pacific Conf. (Washington, D. C., 1927), pp. 435-443.

Hanna, Phil Townsend. “Yosemite Re-born,” Touring Topics, July, 1926, pp. 16-19.

Harper’s Magazine. “The Yosemite Valley,” May, 1866, pp. 697-708, illus., map.

Harris Yosemite Camp Grounds, Register of Yosemite Campers, 1878.

Harwell, C. A. “The Stephen Tyng Mather Appreciation Memorial Plaque Dedication,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1932, p. 1.

——. “Beginning of Nature Guiding,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1932, pp. 2-3.

Hildebrand, Joel H. “A Nation of Onlookers?” [Advocates that skiers get away from “the merry-go-round of packed slope and ski tow.”] American Ski Annual, 1945-46, pp. 145-150.

Hill, H. A. “A Trip to Yosemite Valley,” Penny Monthly, July, 1871.

Hittell, J. S. The Resources of California (San Francisco, 1867), 462 pp.

——. Bancroft’s Pacific Coast Guide Book (San Francisco, 1882), 270 pp., illus.

——. Hittell’s Hand-book of Pacific Coast Travel (San Francisco, 1887), 264 pp., illus.

Hittell, T. H. Adventures of James Capen Adams (San Francisco, 1860), 378 pp., illus.

——. History of California (San Francisco, 1897), 982 pp.

Hodgdon, T. J. MS by C. P. Russell on interview with Mr. Hodgdon (in Yosemite Museum).

Hoffmann, C. F. “Notes on Hetch Hetchy Valley,” Proceedings California Academy of Natural Sciences, 3 (1868): 5, 368-870.

Holder, C. F. “Famous Basaltic Columns,” Scientific American, February 2, 1901.

Holmes, A. E. Letter to J. V. Lloyd (in Yosemite Museum).

Homer Mining Index (Lundy), June 12, 1880; July 22, 1882.

Howard of Glossop, Winifred Mary (De Lisle) Howard. Journal of a Tour in the United States, Canada, and Mexico (London, 1897), 356 pp., illus.

Huber, Walter L. “The John Muir Trail,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 15 (1930): 1, 37-46.

Hudson, T. S. A Scamper through America (New York, 1882), 290 pp.

Huntington, E. The Secret of the Big Trees (1913), 24 pp, illus.

Hussey, John A. “Discovery of the Tuolumne Grove of Big Trees,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1937, pp. 60-63.

Hutchings, J. M. Scenes of Wonder and Curiosity in California (San Francisco, 1862), 268 pp., illus.

——. In the Heart of the Sierras (Oakland, Calif., 1886), 496 pp., illus.

——. Souvenir of California (San Francisco, 1894), 102 pp., illus.

Hutchinson, J. S. “A New Link in the John Muir Trail,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 11 (1923): 4, 357-367.

Huth, Hans. “The Evolution of Preservationism in Europe,” Journal of the American Society of Architectural Historians (July-October, 1941), pp. 5-12 [Yosemite on pp. 5, 12].

Ingram, K. C. Letter to C. P. Russell (in Yosemite Museum) regarding Southern Pacific records of railroad building.

Irving, Washington. The Rocky Mountains (Philadelphia, 1837). Two vols., frontis., maps.

Jackson, Helen Hunt. Bits of Travel at Home (Boston, 1878), 414 pp.

James, Harlean. Romance of the National Parks (New York, 1939), xiv + 240 pp., illus.

Jeffers, L. R. “Memories of the Mountains of California,” Scribner’s Magazine, May, 1919.

——. The Call of the Mountains (1922).

Johnson, Clifton. Highways and Byways of the Pacific Coast (1907), 324 pp., illus.

Johnson, Robert U. Remembered Yesterdays (Boston, 1923), 624 pp., illus.

Johnstone, E. McD. West by South, Half South (Buffalo, 1890), 98 pp., illus.

Jones, Fannie Crippen. “The Barnards in Yosemite” (MS in Yosemite Museum).

King, Clarence. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada (Boston, 1872), 292 pp. [Several subsequent eds., the latest edited by F. P. Farquhar (New York, 1935, 2d printing, 1946), 320 pp., illus.]

Kittredge, Frank A. “Trails of the National Parks,” American Civic Annual, 1931, pp. 18-22.

——. “His [Col. C. G. Thomson’s] Contribution to the National Parks,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1937, pp. 37-38.

——. “Yosemite During the War Years,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 73-77.

——. “The National Park Service: The Thirtieth Anniversary,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 86-88.

——. “Death of Maggie Howard, ‘Tabuce,’ Participant in Yosemite Indian Demonstration, Yosemite Interpretive Program,” Memo., Superintendent to Director, January 29, 1947, 2 pp.

Kneeland, Samuel. The Wonders of the Yosemite Valley (1872), 98 pp., illus.

Knowlton, E. “Yosemite on Foot,” Overland Monthly, July, 1870, pp. 84-89.

Kroeber, A. L. “California Place Names of Indian Origin,” University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, 12 (1916): 2, 31-69.

——. “Indians of Yosemite,” in Handbook of Yosemite National Park (Ansel F. Hall, ed.; New York, 1921), pp. 49-73.

——. “Handbook of the Indians of California,” Bulletin 78, Bureau American Ethnology (Washington, D. C., 1925).

Kuykendall, R. S. Early History of Yosemite Valley (Washington, D. C., 1919).

Kyle, C. W. Yosemite: The World’s Wonderland (1915).

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——.[See also Yosemite section, U. S. National Park Service, Bibliography, 1941.]

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——. “Features of Proposed Yosemite National Park,” Century Magazine, September, 1890, pp. 656-667.

——. Picturesque California (1888-1891), 10 vols., illus.

——. “The Yosemite National Park,” Atlantic Monthly, August, 1899, pp. 145-152.

——. The Mountains of California (1894), 382 pp., illus.

——. Our National Parks (1909), 382 pp., illus.

——. “The Endangered Valley: The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park,” Century Magazine, January, 1909, pp. 464-469, illus. [Reprinted in Scribner’s Magazine, November, 1909, and Sierra Club Bulletin, January, 1916.]

——. “Galen Clark,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 7 (1910): 4, 215-220, illus.

——. My First Summer in the Sierra (1911), 354 pp.

——. The Yosemite (1912), 284 pp., illus.

——. Letters to a Friend, 1866-1879 (Boston, 1915), 194 pp.

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——. “The Yosemite Recession,” April 27, 1905.

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——. “The Big Trees,” 1904 [editorial].

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Patterson, J. E. “Life History of Recurvia milleri, the Lodgepole Pine Needle-Miner, in the Yosemite National Park, California,” Journal of Agricultural Research, 21 (1921): 3, 127-143.

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——. “Indian Picture Writing in Yosemite,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1930, p. 94.

——. “Indian Rancherias Found,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1930, pp. 107-108.

——. “Translating the Autobiography of a Big Tree,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1933, pp- 5-7.

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Russell, Carl P. “Hiker’s Camps of Yosemite National Park,” Yosemite Natural History Association, Bulletin 1 (1925), 12 pp., maps.

——. “Yosemite Discoverers Immortalized,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1925, pp. 43-45, illus.

——. “Early Years in Yosemite,” California Historical Society Quarterly, 5 (1926): 4.

——. “Sierra Nevada Winter Journeys [cross-country skiing],” Sunset, January, 1928.

——. “H. C. Bumpus Inspects the Yosemite Educational Project,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1928, pp. 21-23, illus.

——. “Tribute to G. E. Reynolds of the Stockton Record,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1928, pp. 64-65.

——. “Two Interviews With Maria Lebrado, Last of the Original Yosemite Indians” (1929), (MS in Region Four Headquarters, National Park Service, San Francisco).

——. One Hundred Years in Yosemite: The Romantic Story of Early Human Affairs in the Central Sierra Nevada, Stanford University Press, 1931, 242 pp., illus.

——. “Seasonal Migration of Mule Deer,” Ecological Monographs, 2 (1932), 1-46.

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——. “Recent Botanical Collections [in Yosemite National Park],” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1944, p. 100.

Shay, John C. Twenty Years in the Backwoods of California (Boston, 1923), 142 pp.

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Shirley, James C. The Redwoods of Coast and Sierra (University of California Press, 1937; 4th rd., 1947), 84 pp., illus.

Sierra Club Bulletin (San Francisco, 1893 to date).

——. John Muir Memorial Number, 10 (1916): 1, 131 pp., illus.

——. “The Sierra Club and Yosemite,” 10 (1917): 2, 135-145.

Smith, Bertha H. Yosemite Legends (1901), 64 pp.

Smith, Grant H. “Bodie, the Last of the Old-Time Mining Camps,” California Historical Society Quarterly, March, 1925, pp. 64-80, illus.

——. “More Notes on Tioga Mining History: A Visit to Tioga Mine,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1929, pp. 25-27.

Solomons, Theodore S. “After Forty Years,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 18 (1933): 1, 20-23.

——. “The Beginnings of the John Muir Trail,” Sierra Club Bulletin, 25 (1940): 1, 28-40.

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——. “The Story of Campgrounds in Yosemite Valley,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1937, pp. 81-84.

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Stockton Record. 1924 to date, “Out-o’-Doors Section.”

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——. “The Return of the Last Survivor,” University of California Chronicle, January, 1931, pp. 85-88.

——. “The Death of the Last Survivor,” University of California Chronicle, January, 1932, pp. 51-55.

——. “The Cemetery in Yosemite Valley,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1932, pp. 1-4, illus.

——. “Hetch Hetchy Water Flows into San Francisco,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1934, pp. 89-91.

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——. “Conservation in the National Parks,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1935, pp. 1-5.

——. “Ecology of the Wawona Road,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1937, pp. 38-39.

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——. The Trees of Yosemite (Stanford University Press, 1932), 134 pp.

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——. National Parks Portfolio (1917), 260 pp., illus.

United States Geological Survey. Fifth Annual Report (1883-84), pp. 31-32, 302-328.

——. Eighth Annual Report, 1 (1886-87), 261-394.

United States National Park Service. Annual reports, 1916-1932 (Washington, D. C.); 1933 to date, in Annual Report of Secretary of the Interior.

——. “Superintendent Thomson Succumbs,” Park Service Bulletin, 7 (1937): 1-3.

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——. “Interview with John Degnan, December 13, 1941” (MS in Yosemite Museum), 8 pp.

——. “Interpretive Plan, Yosemite,” in Yosemite National Park Master Plan, Development Outline, sheets 1-5, map (1942).

——. Yosemite National Park Master Plan [A “conservative device” for regulating physical developments. It is kept up to date. Copies are filed in the park, in the Region Four Office, San Francisco, and in the office of the Director, National Park Service.]

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——. “Yosemite: Type Locality for Recent Mammals,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1945, p. 52.

——. “Oyster Shell Scale in Yosemite National Park [a scale insect introduced by pioneers],” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1945, pp. 81-85.

——. “Reptiles and Amphibians of Yosemite National Park,” Yosemite Nature Notes, 1946, pp. 1-48.

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——. The Yosemite Guide-Book (1868, 1870; pocket eds., 1872, 1874), 134 pp., maps.

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——. Son of the Wilderness: The Life of John Muir (New York, 1945), xvii+364 pp.

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Yard, Robert Sterling. “Director of the Nation’s Playgrounds,” Sunset, September, 1916, p. 27, illus.

——. “The Unforgotten Story of Hetch Hetchy,” American Forests, December, 1934, pp. 567-569, illus.

——. The John Muir Trail: A Brief Account of the Mather Mountain Party’s Outing of 1916 (Washington, D. C., 1918), 94 pp. (mim.), 46 photographic prints.

Yeager, Door G. Your Western National Parks (New York, 1947), illus., maps.

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——. History of the United States Naval Special Hospital (Yosemite National Park, 1946), 76 pp.

Yosemite Park Commission. Report, Revision of Park Boundaries, 1904.

Yosemite Park Naturalist. Monthly Reports, July, 1921, to date.

Yosemite Tourist [D. J. Foley’s newspaper], “Highway Robbery on Chowchilla Mountain,” July 10, 1906.

Yosemite Valley Commissioners. Biennial Report, 1867-1904.


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