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Yosemite: Its Wonders and Its Beauties (1868) by John S. Hittell

Photographs by Eadweard J. Muybridge “Helios”

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LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS.


[These views are copied from “Helios’s” series of large photographs.]

I. General View of Yosemite Valley.
II. Pohono, or Bridal Veil Fall.
III. Tutucanula, or El Capitan.
IV. Pompompasus, or Three Brothers.
V. Poosenachucka, or Cathedral Rocks.
VI. Yosemite Falls.
VII. Lower Yosemite Fall, from Cascade Avenue.
VIII. Base of Lower Yosemite Fall.
IX. Base of Upper Yosemite Fall.
X. View on the Merced River, looking up the Valley.
XI. Loya, or Sentinel Rock.
XII. Tocoya, or North Dome.
XIII. Kekootoyem, or Mirror Lake.
XIV. Tissayac, or Half Dome.
XV. Piwyac, or Vernal Fall.
XVI. Kahchoomah, or Wild Cat Fall.
XVII. Yowiye, or Nevada Falls.
XVIII. Mahta, or Mount Broderick.
XIX. Toloolewack Fall.
XX. Scene from Toloolewack Canon.

[Editor’s note: all photographs by Eadward J. Muybridge, “Helios.” Photographs courtesy of The Yale Collection of Western Americana, The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript LibraryDEA.]


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