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Elizabeth H. “Babs” Godfrey, a student and writer of Yosemite history. Her husband was William C. Godfrey. He wrote and illustrated “Among the Big Trees in the Mariposa Grove” for Yosemite Nature Notes, in 1929. He transferred to Crater Lake National Park, where he died of exposure Nov. 1929. She moved back to Yosemite after his death and worked as secretary for the Yosemite Museum. Elizabeth Godfrey collected historical material on Yosemite for the Museum and wrote articles for Yosemite Nature Notes. She was transferred to the National Park Service Region Four Headquarters (San Francisco) in 1945. She later married a Mr. Baker.
Yosemite Indians; Yesterday and Today 1st ed.
by Elibabeth H. Godfrey (b. before 1941 - d. after 1951).
(1941; revised circa 1947-1950).
28 pages. Illustrated. 24 cm.
Paper wrappers [cover image].
Library of Congress call number E99.Y8 G6 1941. Originally Published in Yosemite Nature Notes, 20(7) (1941), pp. 49-72. Subsequent revisions in 1951 and 1973 were made by others (not included here). Revisions in printings before 1951 were trivial (removal of foreword, mention of Ta-bu-ce death). The 1951 and later editions were major rewrites.
Digitized by Dan Anderson, December 2004,
from copies at UCSD and SDSU libraries.
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