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William E. Colby Memorial Library
Sierra Club Bulletin--Subject Index, E-H

E F G H

The italicized number is the volume number, following number(s) are the page number(s).

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Eagle Peak (Mt. Rainier N. P.), ill., 9, 95

Eagle Peak (Yosemite N. P .), 3, 50; 11, 393

Eagle Peak Falls (extinct, Yosemite Valley), 7, 222-224; map, 7, 224

Eagle Point, see Eagle Peak (Yosemite N.P.)

Eagle Scout Peak, 12, 420; ill., 13, 80; 18, 47

Eaglehead, Mt. (Canada), 33, 126

Earthquake, 10, 20-21

East Creek, ill., 7, 187; 26, 95

East Creek amphitheatre, 2, 270-277; map, 2, 271

East Lake, 3, 155, 156; 11, 393; 26, 133, 134; 30, 57; ill., 2, 20; 8, 48; 26, 95

East Temple (Zion N. P.), 23, 112-114

East Vidette, ill., 8, 13, 48-49; 10, 179; 26, 14-15; see also Videttes

Echo Lake avalanches, 34, 74-81; ill., 34, 94

Echo Peaks, 20, 104; 34, 110-111; ill., 9, 292; 11, 21, 25

Echo Ridge, 17, 113; 20, 103" -104; ill., 15, 59; 20, 110-111; see also Matthes Crest

Ecuador, 22, 85-91

Edith Cavell, Mt. (Canada), 14, 20-21; ill., 14, 22

Edith Lake, 11, 393

Ediza, Lake, ill., 33, 30-31; 34, 15

Ehrnbeck Peak, 11, 393

El Capitan type of ice sculpture, 10, 75-76

El Capitan (Yosemite Valley), 7, 264; 9, 7-15; 10, 75-76, 206; 11, 393; 23, 115-116; ill., 1, 134; 3, 32, 47; 7, 85; 11, 410; El Capitan Chimney, 25, 54;

El Capitan Gully, 25, 49

El Commandante, 2, 47; ill., 2, 47

El Nevado de Toluca, see Nevado de Toluca

El Picacho del Diablo, see Picacho del Diablo

El Portal, 11, 394

El Yunque, see Yunque de Luquillo

Elbert, Mt. (Colorado), 29, 22

Elbrus, Mt. (Caucasus), 22, 92-93

Eldorado, Mt. (Washington), 22, 72

Eleanor Creek, 11, 393

Eleanor Lake, 1, 330; 5, 142; 11, 393

Electra Peak, 20, 104; ill., 17, 27; 20, 31

Electric Peak (Yellowstone N. P.), 12, 368

Electrical storms, 5, 259; 20, 62; see also Lightning

Elevations of mountain peaks, 4, 285-291; 5, 90; 7, 249-250; Mt. Rainier, 6, 10; Mt. Shasta, 6, 11; Mt. Whitney, 5, 90-101; table of elevations, 4, 290

Eliot Glacier (Mt. Hood, Oregon), 12, 309, 423

Elizabeth Lake (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 161

Elizabeth Pass, 11, 120, 393; 18, 8-9; ill., 6, 156; 18, 6

Elk, Mt. Rainier, 6, 32-33; Yellowstone, 8, 217; 9, 207-208; 12, 335-336

Ellery Lake, 11, 394

Ellesmere Island arctic expedition, 101 324

Ellis Meadow, 11, 394

Elongatae (Long-cone pines), 2, 65-66

Elston bill, 26, 47, 48, 49

Elwha basin (Washington), 9, 150-151; ill., 9, 150

Emerald Bay, 1, 319; 2, 56-57; ill., 8, 140

Emerald Lake (Trinity Alps), 21, 15

Emerald Peak, 11, 394; 12, 307; 27, 102

Emeric Creek and Lake, 11, 394; ill., 5, 218

Emigrant Spring (Death Valley), 24, 88

Emperor Falls (Canada), ill., 10, 272

Enchanted Gorge, 11, 394; 22, 106; 27, 88, 103; ill., 12, 12, 16, 17; see also Disappearing Creek

Eocene Peak, 22, 57

Erebia, 9, 86; ill., 9, 94

Erectes firs, 2, 162-167

Ericsson, Crag, see Ericsson, Mt.

Ericsson, Mt., first ascent, 1896, 2, 92; 11, 394; ascents, 22, 105; 25, 123, 124; 26, 135; ill., 2, 92; 9, 25

Eriodictyon glutinosum, see Verba santa Eriogonum, Alpine (Eriogonum incanum), 11, 149

Erosion, 3, 63-64, 74; 9, 136-147, 225-239; 10, 414--428; 11, 290-291; 22, 1-18; 30, 51-55; Matterhorn, 25, 78, 82; see also Geological studies

Eshom Creek and Valley, 11, 394

Estes Park (Colorado), ill., 7, 234

Estes Park, see Rocky Mountain National Park

Etching, 28, 76-78; ill., 28, 7& -79

Eucalyptus growing, 6, 282-283; 8, 76, 241-242

Eurymus, 18, 53

Eutamias, see Chipmunk

Evelyn Lake, 11, 394

Everest, Mt. (Himalayas), 11, 430, 453; 12, 78, 104, 182-'183

Evolution Basin and Evolution Region, 1, 221-237, 287-288; 2, 259-260; 3, 255; 5, 229-237; 9, 52-53; 11, 144-146, 251, 275-289, 395, 417-420; 12, 87-90, 220-222, 250-251, 306-307, 379-380; 13, 81; 16, 104; 19, 93; 21, 102; 24, 127-128; 25, 33-34; 26, 39; 27, 128; 31, 118; bibliography, 27, 111; climber's guide, 27, 86-111; map, 5, 229; 11, 387; ill., 5, 232, 234; 7, 15, 16; 10, 104, 105; 11, 36, 137, 144; 12, 180; 19, 14-15

Evolution Creek, 5, 156, 229-233; 11, 395; 25, 33; 27, 87; ill., 12, 324; 19, 14-15

Evolution Lake, 5, 233-234; 11, 395; 27, 87-90; ill., 5, 234; 10, 104; 11, 36, 144; 19, 14-15

Exhaustos, 16, 14; ill., 17, 122

Exsertae spruces, 2, 160

Expansion bolts, 34, 123-130; ill., 33, 102-103

Ex-Wallace, Mt., see Mendel, Mt.

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Fairview Dome, 5, 219; ill., 5, 214; 7, 95, 149; 8, 151, 225; 9, 36, 252

Fales Hot Springs, 21, 54

Fall River Falls, 9, 110; ill., 9, 110

Fall River Mills, 3, 297; 2, 194-196

Fallen Leaf Lake, ill., 8, 141

Farewell Gap, 4, 302; 5, 54; ill., 4, 302; 5, 54

Fasciculariae conifers, 2, 64-78

Fatalities, see Climbing and mountaineering-Accidents and fatalities

Fauna, see Animals; Birds; Butterflies; Conservation; Insects; Rattlesnake; Trout

Fawn, ill., 12, 236; 27, 78-79

Feather River, Middle Fork, 9, 110; ill., 9, 110

Federal Water Power Act, 1920, 11, 213

Fern Lake (Rocky Mountain N. P.), ill., 7, 234-235

Femandez Pass, 11, 395

Fin Dome, 3, 136; 11, 395; 21, 93; 26, 128; ill., 3, 138, 142, 146; 6, 102; 8, 10, 49, 64, 71; 26, 14-15

Finch, Gray-crowned, see Finch, Rosy

Finch, Rosy (Leucosticte tephrocotis), 4, 144-145; 5, 157; nest and eggs, 8, 34-38; 17, 21-22; ill., 8, 34, 35

Finger Peaks, 17, 113-114; 19, 98

Finger Rock, ill., 3, 245

Fir (Abies), 2, 162-167, 173; Arizona (Abies Arizonica), 2, 167; Black, see Fir, Colorado white; Bristle-cone (Abies venusta), 2, 166; California white (Abies Lowiana), 2, 164-165; Colorado white (Abies concolor), 2, 167; Lovely red (Abies amabilis), 2, 163; ill., 2, 170; Noble (Abies nobilis), 2, 164; Oregon white (Abies grandis), 2, 164; Red (Abies magnifica), 2, 165; 4, 298; ill., 10, 24; Santa Lucia (Abies boacteata), 18, 66; Shasta (Abies magnifica shastensis), 2, 165-166; ill., 2, 156; 4, 51; Silver, see Fir, Red; Subalpine (Abies lasiocarpa), 2, 163

Fire Prevention Conference, 1924, 12, 191

" First Error" (Lost Arrow), 25, 59

First Recess, ill., 15, 11

First-aid, 12, 168-174; frostbite, 33, 31-33; rattlesnake bite, 18, 44-46

Fish, see Trout

Fish Creek, 4, 196; 11, 395; map, 4, 205; ill., 15, 30; 24, 1, 30-31

Fish planting, see Trout planting

Fish Valley, 11, 395

Fishermen's Peak, 4, 289; 14, 47; 32, 76; see also Whitney, Mt.

Fiske, Mt., 11, 200, 395, 417-420; 27, 87, 99; ill., 5, 234; 11, 418, 419; 19, 14-15

Fissures, 17, 30

Five Lakes Basin and Kaweah Peaks, ill., 11, 347; 18, 39

Flat-top (Canada), ill., 24, 62-63

Fletcher Creek and Lake, 11, 395

Flicker, Red-shafted (Colaptes cafer collaris), 4, 140; 6, 249

Flint bill, 12, 132; 26, 46

Flood Glacier (Alaska), 12, 122

Flora, see Puffball; Trees and shrubs;

Wild flowers

Florence Creek, 11, 396

Florence Lake, 11, 395; 20, 62

Florence Mountain, 10, 229-230; 11, 396; 17, 115; ill., 10, 231; 11, 410; 16, 47; 29, 46-47

Flowers, see Wild flowers

Flying Cloud Pass, 3, 143; ill., 3, 140-141

Flying squirrel, see Squirrel, Flying

Foerster Creek, 11, 396

Foerster Peak, 11, 396; 20, 105; 22, 102

Food for camping, see Camping-Food and commissary

Foothill trees and shrubs, 3, 303-312

Footwear, see Camping-boots

Foraker, Mt. (Alaska), ill., 28, 30-31

Forest conservation history, 16, 16-26

Forest denudation, see Denudation

Forest experiment station, 11, 330

Forest fires, 5, 148-149; 7, 77; 9, 70, 322-325; 10, 377-378, 484-485; 11, 330-331, 447-448; 12, 97-98, 195; airplane fire patrol, 11, 221-222, 331; control, 12, 317; Du Bois system of fire prevention, 9, 209-210; effects, 6, 22-24; 31, 18-23; hunters, 11, 447-448; " Light burning, " 5, 33-39; 8, 43-47; 11, 89, 106-107, 173; 12, 197-198; ill., 5, 35, 39; 8, 42, 43; lightning, 9, 26; 11, 447; lookout stations, 7, 207; Marin County fire, 31, 18-23; motion pictures, 9, 70; prevention, protection, 6, 208-209; 7, 207, 269; 8, 142-143; 9, 75, 185-188, 209--211; 10, 115-117; 11, 221-222, 331; 12, 168-174; 18, 44-46; Fire Prevention Conference, 12, 191; Santa Cruz Mountains, 5, 265; storms, 11, 447; suppression of, 6, 22-24; Tamalpais, Mt., 9, 185-188; 10, 115-117; ill., 9, 185; see also National Forests

Forest Industries Committee, 10, 377, 484

Forest Reservations and Forest Reserves, 1, 254-286; 2, 290, 320-324; 3, 262; 4, 173-174, 248, 320-322; 6, 70-72; 139--140; area, 5, 145; Congressional Act of 1891, 1, 259; court decision on grazing, 4, 73; grazing and pasturage, 5, 146-148; list, 1, 258; 2, 303; management, 5, 145-149; need, 1, 285-286; policy, 2, 304-311, 322; public lands, 4, 246; Sierra Forest Reservation, 1, 254-267; 6, 121-123; transfer, 5, 84, 326-327; see also Forestry; National Forests

Forest Service, see United States Forest Service

Foresters Pass, 8, 163-164; 16, 97; 17, 103; 18, 10-12; 25, 23; 26, 21; 27, 62; 30, 61; ill., 8, 69, 166; 18, 15, 22, 23; 22, 14-15

Forestry, 2, 201-204, 244-245, 290-293, 320-325; 3, 112-118, 182-188; 262-270, 336-339; 4, 71-75, 173-176, 246-252, 319--323; 5, 82-85, 145-152, 265-270, 325-328; 6, 22-24, 69-73, 139-142, 208-210, 282-283, 334-336; 7, 77-84, 135-137, 204-208, 269--271; 8, 76-80, 142-143, 240-242, 290-292; 9, 70-75, 116-117, 209-211, 322-325; 10, 115-120, 253-257, 373-378, 483-486; 11, 219--223, 327-334, 447-452; 12, 94-101, 195-199, 317-318; airplane patrol, 11, 331; American Forestry Association, 3, 115-116; American Forestry Congress, 5, 269--270; appropriations, 4, 73, 323; Boy Scout Forest Aid badges, 9, 325; California Forestry Law, 1905, 5, 303-309, 325; California Forest Policy, 7, 205; California State Forestry Board created, 1919, 11, 219; Canada, 9, 71; chaparral control, 7, 208; distillation experiments, 8, 292; Division of Forestry, 3, 200-202; eucalyptus planting, 6, 282-283; fire lookout stations, 7, 207; fire-warning publicity, 8, 290; forest ranger system, 3, 112-113; Germany, 8, 240-241; highway tree planting, 11, 449; homesteading, 8, 291; instruction, 4, 175-176; lumbering, 3, 200; memorial trees, 10, 486; municipal forests and forestry, 7, 204-205; San Diego, 8, 241-242; Europe, 9, 74; nursery, 10, 485; penal institutions and conservation, 8, 242; private forestry, 11, 171-174; ranger school, 7, 208; redwood conservation, 3, 200-202; 11, 328-329; revenues, 8, 242; President Theodore Roosevelt, 4, 71-73; schools (Cornell University, 2, 291; 5, 83-84; University of California, 9, 70, 209; 10, 376, 486; 11, 452; 12, 197; University of Southern California, 3, 116; Yale University, 3, 186-187, 270); Sequoia gigantea seedlings, 8, 291; Southern California Conservation Association, 12, 94; states rights movement, 9, 116-117; taxation, 7, 270-271; timber sales, 8, 240; 10, 483; 11, 448-449; tree census, 8, 292; turpentine experiments, 8, 290; Western Forestry Association, 8, 241; wood-using industries, 8, 79; see also Forest fires; Forest Reservations and Forest Reserves; National Forests

Formidable, Mt. (Washington), 22, 78; ill., 22, 94-95

Forsyth Pass, 25, 113

Forsyth Peak, 11, 396

Fountain-Dome Falls, 12, 10; ill., 12, 13

Fourteen-thousand-foot peaks, 18, 127; 21, 103-104

Fourth Recess, ill., 10, 293; 15, 14; 32, 30-31

Fox, 17, 16

Fox Creek (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 344

Fox Meadow, 11, 396

Fox's Bridge, 3, 152

Fracticonae pines, 2, 67, 70-72

" Frances, Lake, " 5, 157-158; ill., 5, 158

Francis, Lake (Glacier N. P .), ill., 12, 158

Franklin Glacier (Canada), 21, 1

Frasera speciosa, 6, 160

Fraxinus dipetala, see Ash, Flowering

Freel Peak, ill., 33, 102-103

" Fremont National Park " proposed, 8, 141

Fremontia californica, 3, 307; ill., 3, 306

French Alpine Club, 10, 43& -440

French Creek Canyon, 17, 123; ill., 10, 215; 19, 94-95

Frost, 10, 425-426

Frostbite, 7, 124; 33, 31-33

Frozen Lake Pass, 11, 425

Frying pan uses, 3, 181

Fry's Point, 11, 396

Fujiyama (Japan), 7, 229-233; 22, 94; ill., 7, 229

Funeral Range, ill., 17, 67

Fungi, see Calbovista; Calvatia; Lycope'.don

Funston Meadow, ill., 4, 304; 11, 172

Furnace Creek, 1, 51-52; ill., 17, 67

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Gabb, Mt., 2, 252; 10, 292; 11, 396; ill., 4, 200; 12, 181

Galapagos archipelago, 27, 79-82

Gale Peak, 11, 397

Gallatin map of the West, 28, 40, 51; ill., 28, 30-31

Garda, Lake, 31, 32-45

Garden Wall (Glacier N.P.), 23, 103; ill., 12, 41, 111

Gardiner, Mt., 2, 19, 80-82; 11, 397; 26, 32, 40; ill., 1, 293; 2, 81; 4, 182; 5, 280; 29, 46-47

Gardiner Pass, 27, 63

Gardner, see Gardiner

Garnet Lake, ill., 11, 17, 231, 259; 15, 1, 39; 24, 30-31

Gasherbrum (Himalayas), ill., 31, 14-15

Gaylor Lakes, 11, 397

Geikie, Mt. (Canada), 13, 4, 7; 14, 22-24; ill., 13, 8; 14, 6, 23

Gem Lake, 11, 397

General Grant Big Tree Grove, 4, 90-91

General Grant National Park, 8, 225; 9, 319-320; 10, 249-250, 340; 11, 11; 26, 43; see also Sequoia National Park

Genevra, Mt., 11, 397; 12, 307

Gentian Meadow, 4, 212

Gentry's, 1, 133-134

Geological studies: cockscomb type of crest, 11, 21-28; domes and dome structure, 5, 211-220; 9, 228-229; ill., 5, 216, 218, 220; Eagle Peak Falls (extinct), 7, 222-224; map, 7, 224; glacial action, 3, 57-64, 74; glacial cirques, 5, 279-286; ill., 5, 271, 273, 280, 282, 284; glacial denudation, 10, 304-318; glacial polish, ill., 18, 127; glacier measurement and motion (Eliot Glacier, 12, 423; Mt. Hood and Mt. Rainier, 17, 108; Nisqually Glacier, 6, 10S-114; value of measuring, 20, 20-27); glacier variation, 5, 20-25; grade profile in glacial erosion, 5, 271-278; ill., 5, 271, 273, 275, 276; Kern Canyon glaciation, 13, 17-19; lake ramparts, 5, 157; 6, 225-234; ill., 6, 225; moraines with ice cores, 33, 87-96; mountain building, 11, 181-193; mountain sculpture, 9, 225-239; mountain summit collapse, 11, 290-291; post-glacial denudation, 10, 414-428; rock-sliding and striped rock floor of Little Yosemite Valley, 8, 3-9; ill., 8, 6, 7; Shepherd Crest and Little Lost Valley, 18, 68-80; 34, 82-86; ill., 18, 70; 34, 86-87; snow sheet formation, ill., 23, 15; soil formation, 11, 69-85; Studies in the Sierra by John Muir (l-Mountain sculpture, 9, 225-239; 2-Mountain sculpture, origin of Yosemite valleys, 10, 62-77; 3-Ancient glaciers and their pathways, 10, 184-201; 4-Glacial denudation, 10, 304-318; 5-Post-glacial denudation, 10, 414-428; 6-Formation of soils, 11, 69-85; 7-Mountain-building, 11, 181-193); Whitney region's geologic history, 22, 1-18; winds of Yosemite Valley, 8, 89-95; Yosemite Valley, glacial history, 9, 136-147; 10, 62-77, 184-201; studies by F. E. Matthes (l-The extinct Eagle Peak Falls, 7, 222-224; 2-The striped rock floor of the Little Yosemite Valley, 8, 3-9; 3-The winds of the Yosemite Valley, 8, 89-95; 4-El Capitan moraine and ancient Lake Yosemite, 9, 7-15); Yosemite Valley and Kings Canyon compared, 12, 224-236; see also Cleavage; Erosion; Glaciers and glaciation; Nivation; Sierra Nevada-Geology; Whitney, Mt.; Yosemite Valley-Geology, Glacial origin Geyser, see Casa Diablo Hot Springs " Geyser" ; Old Faithful Geyser

Giant Forest, 3, 170; 7, 103; ill., 12, 213, 236, 308; 13, 16

Giant Sequoia, see Sequoia gigantea

Gibbs Mountain, 11, 397; ill., 4, 19

Gibraltar Rock (Mt. Rainier), 2, 230; 3, 278; ill., 1, 116; 6, 4

Gilbert Lake, ill., 7, 240

Gilbert, Mt., 11, 398; 27, 97

Gilbert, Mt. (Alaska), ill., 10, 394

Gilia, Scarlet (Cilia aggregata), 11, 148

Giraud Peak, 11, 398; 12, 307; 24, 58

Giroud, see Giraud

Glacier Col, 22, 53

Glacier Divide, 25, 120; 27, 92, 97, 98; ill., 12, 221

Glacier Gorge (Rocky Mountain N. P .), ill., 7, 234-235

Glacier Lodge, 24, 44

Glacier National Park, 7, 225-228; 8, 218-219; 9, 63-64, 321; 10, 100-101, 245, 366-367; 12, 34-36; 111-120; animal life, 7, 226; 12, 117; compared with Sierra Nevada, 12, 111-114; glacier recession, 20, 22-23; Mountaineers' outing, 1914, 9, 311; Sierra Club ascents, 1937, 23, 102-103; Sierra Club outing, 1924, 12, 115-120, 158-162; ill., 7, 225-229; 30, 46-47; see also Avalanche Lake; Belly River; Black-foot Glacier; Boulder Peak; Bowman Lake; Browns Pass; Cleveland, Mt.; Crossley Lake; Elizabeth Lake; Francis, Lake; Garden Wall; Glenns Lake; Going-to-the-Sun Chalet; Gould, Mt.; Grinnell Glacier; Grinnell Lake; GrinneIl Mountain; Gunsight Pass; Indian Pass; Janet Lake; Josephine, Lake; Kinnerly Peak; Kintla Peak; Logan, Mt.; Logan Glacier; Logan Pass; McDermott, Lake; McDonald, Lake; Merritt, Mt.; Peary Lake; St. Mary Lake; Wilbur, Mt.

Glacier Notch, 24, 49

Glacier Peak (Washington), 8, 174-184; 22, 72; ill., 8, 176, 180, 181

Glacier Point, 3, 29; 7, 265; 23, 118-119; 25, 57-58, 119; " Terrace " 25, 53-54; Trail circle, 25, 112; ill., 3, 28; 7, 153

Glaciers and glaciation, 10, 66-{!8, 184-201; 18, 71; bergschrund, 5, 276-277; ill., 5, 276; 6, 296; 7, 188, 189; glacial action, 3, 57-64, 74; 9, 225-239; 10, 184-201, 305-308; 19, 89; 29, 92-95; glacial cirque, 5, 279-286; ill., 5, 280, 282, 284; glacial denudation, 10, 304-318; glacial epoch in California, 3, 61-64; 9, 87; 10, 184-201; 11, 21-28; glacial erosion, 3, 60, 63; 10, 66-68; 11, 184-185; glacial flow diagram, 5, 282; glacial lakes, 9, 7-15; glacial moraines, 3, 59, 61, 77, 194; 9, 7-15, 140-144; 10, 308; 11, 70-74; glacial moraines with ice cores, 33, 87-96; glacial motion, recession, and measurement, 3, 59-60; 5, 282; 6, 108-114; 12, 309, 423; 17, 108; 20, 20-27; glacial polish, 3, 53; 10, 306-307; ill., 18, 127; glacial striation, 10, 307; glacial valleys, 10, 195-197; Himalayas, 7, 250; lect!lre by Prof. Joseph LeConte, 3, 57-64; photography, 5, 23-25; vanations, 5, 20-25; Yosemite, 9, 136-147; 10, 184-201; see also names of mountains for specific glaciers; see also Crevasse; Geological studies; Serac

Glass Mountain, 2, 316-318; ill., 2, 316, 318

Glen Alpine Gorge, ill., 8, 141

Glen Alpine Springs, 1, 319-320

Glen Aulin, 12, 41-42; ill., 17, 10

Glen Canyon (Colorado River), ill., 30, 62-63

Glen Pass, 3, 139-148; 6, 106; 7, 184; 11, 398; 26, 20; 27, 63; ill., 6, 106; 7, 186; 26, 94-95

Glenn Meadow, ill., 9, 164

Glenn Pass, see Glen Pass

Glenns Lake (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 117

Glenora Mountain (Alaska), 11, 154-160

Glissading, 6, 172

Goat, Mountain, see Mountain goat

Goat Crest, 11, 398; ill., 5, 284

Goat Mountain, 2, 79; 3, 153, 158; 4, 190; 6, 104; 11, 398

Goat-grazing experiments, 7, 208

Goddard, Mt., 27, 100-101; first ascent, 1879, and naming, 11, 251, 398; 20, 64; 26, 39; 27, 87; ascents, 2, 259; 3, 255; 5, 237; 9, 52-53; 16, 104; 25, 11; ill., 12, 21, 181; 19, 14-15

Goddard Creek, 12, 7-20; map, 12, 8; ill., 12, 13

Goddard Divide, 27, 91; ill., 7, 16

Godwen Austen, Mt. or " K2 " (Himalayas), 7, 251; ill., 31, 14-15

Going-to-the-Sun Chalet (GlacierN.P.), ill., 12, 44

Gold Hill., 24, 84, 104

Golden Trout, see Trout, Golden

Golden Trout Creek, 4, 307; 5, 79; 11, 398; 12, 141; ill., 7, 252; see also Volcano Creek

Goodale Creek and Goodale Mountain, 11, 399; ill., 11, 422

Goodale Pass, see Silver Pass

Goode, Mt., 11, 399; 27, 97

Goode, Mt. (Washington), 22, 78; 23, 47

Gopher (Thomomys moliticola), 17, 19

Gould, Mt., 7, 186; 11, 399; 12, 140; 26, 40; ill., 10, 207; 26, 94-95

Gould, Mt. (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 111

Government control of water power, 7, 84

Grace Meadow, 11, 400

Grade profile in glacial erosion, 5, 271-278; ill., 5, 271, 273, 275, 276

Grand Canyon National Park and National Monument, and Grand Canyon of the Colorado (Arizona), 3, 333-335; 4, 160-172; 11, 6, 31& -319; 15, 107; bridge over the Colorado, 15, 107-108; boat trips, 22, 80-84; 27, 50-58; butterflies, 18, 55; cliff dwellings, 4, 162; Lake Mead, 24, 124-125; map, 4, 80; trails, 3, 333-335; 4, 160-164; ill., 11, 319; 27, 7& -79; 30, 46-47; see also Bright Angel trail; Cataract Canyon; Hance trail; Havasupai Canyon; Mystic Springs trail

Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, see Tuolumne, Grand Canyon of the

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, see Yellowstone, Grand Canyon of the

Grand Mountain, 12, 66

Grand Sentinel, 3, 152; ill., 26, 94-95

Grand Teton, 12, 360-362; first ascent, 12, 361; ascents, 12, 356-364; 32, 128-129; ill., 11, 164; 12, 356, 368; 16, 54

Grand Teton National Park, see Devils Tower; Grand Teton; Jackson Lake; Jenny Lake; Middle Teton; Moran, Mt.; Owen, Mt.; Symmetry Spire; Tetons Granite Basin, 1, 294; 4, 254; 11, 400; ill., 9, 162

Granite Creek, 11, 400; see also Rock Creek

Granite detail photographs, 17, 6; 28, 78-79

Granite Falls (Colorado River), ill., 27, 78-79

Granite Meadows, see Little Jackass Meadows

Granite Pass, 10, 355; 11, 37, 400

Granite Peak (Montana), 12, 368-372; ill., 12, 368-372, 369

Granite Valleys, 10, 62-77

Grant Grove (Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park), ill., 16, 35

Grasshoppers, 17, 114-115

Graves Grove, see Henry Solon Graves Grove

Graveyard Meadows, 11, 400

Graviconae pines, 2, 73-74

Gray Peak, 11, 400

Grayback, see San Gorgonio, Mt.

Grazing and pasturage, 1, 169-171, 264-265; 3, 51-52, 56-57; 5, 146-148; 10, 322-323, 336-338, 433, 441-442; 11, 37-38, 100-101; 12, 176; 32, 36-42, 53-62, 71-74; chaparral control by goat grazing, 7, 208; drought conditions, 9, 104, 114-115, 116; effect on vegetation, 2, 292; Mount Rainier N. P., 10, 358; mountain meadows, 8, 40; 27, 16; 32, 53-62; 34, 140-143; recreational areas, 27, 115-116; Yosemite, 9, 104, 114-115; see also National forests -Grazing; National parks -Grazing

Great Western Divide, 1, 254; 11, 400; ill., 11, 120; 13, 17

Greece, 14, 34; 30, 71-78; see also Olympus, Mt.; Parnassus, Mt.

Green, Mt. (Canada), 2, 2; ill., 2, 152

Gregory 's Monument, 3, 157; ill., 2, 21, 22, 26; see also Stanford, Mt.

Grepon (Alps), 30, 82-85

Grinnell Glacier (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 37, 111

Grinnell Lake (Glacier N. P .), ill., 23, 110-111

Grinnell Mountain (Glacier N. P.), 23, 103; ill., 12, 4

" Grizzly Giant" tree, 3, 25; ill., 10, 430; 29, 46-47

Grizzly Lake and Meadow (Trinity Alps), 21, 15

Grizzly Peak (Yosemite N. P.), 2, 217; 9, 133, 311; 11, 400; 21, 96; 25, 43, 49, 51, 57, 119

Grizzly Point, see Grizzly Peak

Grosbeak: Black-headed (Zamelodia melanocephala), 6, 246-247; 8, 119; California pine (Pinicola californica), 4, 141-142; 9, 33-35; ill., 9, 34, 35; Western evening (Coccothraustes vespertinus montanus), 4, 141-142; ill., 4, 141

Ground-squirrel, Sierra golden-mantled, 10, 408-409; ill., 10, 403

Grouse, Sierra blue (Dendragapus obscurus sierrae), 4, 136-137; 17, 21

Grouse Meadow, 7, 18; 11, 400; map, 11, 359; trail, 9, 191, 306, 307; ill., 7, 1, 17; 9, 133, 159, 303; 11, 153; 19, 14-15; 29, 46-47

Grouse Valley, see Grouse Meadow

Grunigen Creek, 11, 400

" Guardian of the Grove" tree, ill., 3, 222

Guatemala, 4, 266-269

Guitar Lake, 11, 400

Gul1, Ca1ifomia, 17, 21

Gull Lake, 11, 400

Gunsight, 25, 52, 118

Gunsight Lead, 24, 74, 93, 100

Gunsight Pa55 (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 40

Guyot, Mt., 11, 401; 26, 120; 32, 80

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Haeckel, Mt., 11, 138, 144-146, 401; 19, 94; 20, 79; 21, 102; 27, 87, 95; ill., 11, 137, 144, 145, 279, 286, 418; 12, 181

Halberdier, Mt. (Canada), 22, 33

Hale, Mt., 26, 111

Haleakala (Hawaii), 11, 232-234; ill., 11, 234, 235

Halemaumau, see Kilauea

Half Dome, 7, 264; 11, 401-402; 25, 48, 51, 53; 31, 118; first ascent, 1875, 11, 401-402; 25, 43, 48; ascent, 1884, 31, 1-9; ascents, 9, 133-135, 311-312; 19, 100; 21, 96-97; 31, 120-121; cable stairway, 11, 92, 101-103, 201; ill., 11, 100; geology, 5, 212, 219; 10, 71-77; ill., 3, 28; 5, 212, 216; 7, 153; 8, 132; 9, 126-128; 10, 72-75; 11, 57, 101, 410; 16, 1, 38j30, 46

Hallett Glacier (Rocky Mountain N. P .), ill., 7, 235

Hal1iday's Corral (Bi." hop Creek), ill., 25, 102

Halstead Meadow, 11, 402

Hamilton, Mt., 11, 408-412; 12, 143; ill., 11, 41Q-411; 12, 181

Hamilton Lakes, lower (main) lake, ill., 10, 135; 18, 54; upper lake, ill., 18, 47

Hammond, Mt. (Canada), 8, 51

Hance Trail (Grand Canyon N. P.), 4, 163-164

" Hand, " The, (Pinnacles National Monument), 33, 123-124

Hanging valleys, 5, 10; 12, 231

Haplodon, see Beaver, Mountain

Happy Gap, 11, 402

Happy Isles, 11, 402; 25, 110

Hardscrabble Pass, 10, 293

Harebells (Campanula rotundifolia), ill., 12, 118, 348

Harper Glacier (Alaska), ill., 28, 30-31

Harrington, Mt., 2, 45

Harrison Pass, 1, 290; 2, 270; 3, 156-157; 5, 115-121, 297-302; 11, 402; 22, 101; 30, 58; ill., 5, 120, 297, 300; 9, 25; 30, 62; see also Madary's Pass

Hartmanweilerskopf (France), 11, 176

Harwood Lodge, see AureIia Harwood Memorial Lodge

Havasu Indians, 4, 78

Havasupai Canyon, see Cataract Canyon

Havasupai cliff dwellings (Grand Canyon National Park), ill., 4, 85

Hawaii National Park, 10, 244, 478; 11, 231-243; 12, 401; ill., 11, 239, 242, 243; see also Haleakala; Kilauea

Hawk, Cooper, 27, 15

Hawk's Head Notch, 22, 53

Hawks Rest (Yellowstone N. P.), ill., 12, 377

Hayden Peak (Alaska), ill., 32, 62-63

Hayes, Mt., see Gray Peak

Hazel Green, 11, 402

Heart Lake, 11, 402

Heart Lake (Yellowstone N. P.), 12, 272; ill., 12, 269

Heartstone, Mt. (Canada), 33, 125

Height of mountains, see Elevations

Helen Lake, 11, 402; 27, 88; ill., 11, 181; 11, 419

Helen 's Dome, 3, 110

Hell-for-Sure Pass, 11, 403; 19, 98; 27, 88, 91; map, 17, 106

Helms Meadow, 11, 403

Hemlock, Alpine ( Tsuga Pattoniana , Tsuga Hookeriana ), 2, 160; ill., 2, 160; Mountain [Western] (Tsuga mertensiana), 2, 159-160; ill., 9, 273; 10, 25; 17, 1

Hemlock spruce (Tsuga), 2, 159-161

Hemlock spruce, False (Pseudotsuga), 2, 161-162

Hennessy Lakes (Trinity Alps), ill., 11, 367, 370, 374

Henry, Mt., 11, 403; 25, 120; see also Kaweah Peaks

Henry Solon Graves grove (Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park), 12, 198-199; ill., 16, 31, 34

Hermit, 5, 232-233; 11, 403; 12, 222; 16, 104; 19, 93; 25, 120; 27, 87, 102-103; ill., 5, 232; 11, 137, 140; 12, 325; 16, 7; 19, 14-15

Hermit group (Canada), ill., 23, 110-111

Hetch-Hetchy Fall, see Wapama FaIl

Hetch-Hetchy Reservoir: controversy, 6, 211-222; 7, 200; 8, 63, 206, 271; editorial in opposition, 7, 69-71; hearings, 7, 260-263; 9, 44-45; Hechy-Hetchy bill passed, 1913, 9, 174-176; Frederic Law Olmsted's report, 9, 192-199; Secretary of Interior's decision on application for sites, 6, 321-329; Sierra Club plea, 6, 264-268

Hetch-Hetchy Valley, 1, 332; 6, 211-222; 7, 96, 129, 152; 8, 156; 9, 145; 10, 71; 11, 403; bibliography, 7, 133; waterfalls, 6, 212-214; 7, 152; ill., 6, 211, 216, 218, 242; 7, 64-69, 152, 200, 201, 260-263; 8, 151, 156; 9, 260; 29, 46-47

Hidden Lake, 11, 355

High Horse Trip, 25, 21-25

High mountain route, 1, 61-84, 221-237, 287; 2, 249-262; 4, 177-184, 253-263; 7, 1-22; 20, 54-67; 25, 129-130; map of LeConte route, 7, 22; see also John Muir Trail

High Sierra Camps, 12, 37-42; 25, 115-116; map, 12, 38

High Sierra Trail, 16, 97; 17, 104; 18, 7; ill., 16, 99; 18, 54

High Sierra trails, 25, 108-116

High Trips, see Sierra Club-Annual outings

Highest mountain ascents, see Climbing and mountaineering-Highest ascents

Hikers' Camps, see High Sierra Camps

Hiking, 1, 314-324; automobiles, 17, 110; see also Camping; Knapsack trips

Hilgard, Mt., 11, 404; ill., 4, 200; 12, 181

Himalaya, 5, 78; 7, 250-252; 12, 403; ill., 31, 14-15; see also Baltoro Glacier; Bride Peak; Broad Peak; Everest, Mt.; Gasherbrum; Godwen Austen, Mt. (K2); Kangchenjunga; Karakorum range; Mustagh Tower; Paiju Mountain; Siniolchun

Hitchcock, Mt., 11, 404; 26, 117; 32, 80; ill., 7, 148; 22, 14-15

Hitchcock Lakes, ill., 7, 148; 22, 14-15

Hockett Lakes and Meadows, 11, 404

Hockett Trail, 1, 1-8, 101; 3, 169; 4, 207-208; 11, 404

Hodaka, Mt. (Japan), .22, 93-94

Hoffman, Mt., 11, 404, 405; 17, 31; 26, 32; ill., 5, 282; 8, 151; 9, 292; 11, 386; 20, 110-111; " The Thumb, " 9, 230; 20, 105; ill., 9, 230; 11, 386; 20, 110-111

Hoffman Glacier, 10, 185

Hog Ranch, 11, 405

Hoh Glacier (Olympic National Park), ill., 9, 153, 156

Holly, Wild, see Toyon

Homers Nose, 11, 405

Homestead Laws, 5, 82-83, 150-151; 6, 70-72, 336

Hood, Mt. (Oregon), 12, 309, 423; 19, 58

Hopkins, Mt., 20, 75; 32, 131

Horn Creek Rapid, ill., 27, 78-79

Horse Corral Meadow, 11, 405

Horsethief Creek (Canada), ill., 9, 241

Horton Lake, 11, 405

Hospital Rock, 11, 405

Howser Spire (Canada), 26, 6G-63; 27, 122-125; ill., 24, 62-63; 26, 94-95; South Tower, 27, 122; ill., 26, 94-95

Huascaran, Mt. (Andes), 7, 124, 249-250

Hulsea algida, 10, 284

Humboldt Redwoods State Redwood Park, 11, 327, 449-451; 12, 100; ill., 11, 303, 311

Hummingbird, 4, 135; 11, 148; ill., 12, 119; 25, 102-103

Humphreys, Mt., 2, 253-258; 11, 249-251, 277, 405-406; 19, 15-18; first ascent, 1904, 5, 153-175; 11, 250, 405-406; 19, 116; first ascent from the east, 21, 49-53; first ascent wrongly attributed to John Muir, 11, 182, 250-251; ascents, 11, 56-59, 203-204, 313; 15, 110; 16, 104; 17, 119; 19, 16-18, 92; 24, 126-127; 26, 131-132; bibliography, 19, 18; Married Men's Point, 5, 170; 19, 16; origin of name, 11, 405; 19, 15; view, 11, 182; 24, 14; ill., 4, 200; 5, 153, 158, 168; 9, 306; 11, 56, 204; 15, 10; 19, 16, 46; 20, 62-63; 25, 102-103; routes of ascent on, ill., 19, 16

Humphreys Basin, 13, 35; ill., 19, 46

" Hundred Peaks" goal, 31, 115-117

Huntington, Mt., 20, 75

Hunt's Cove (Oregon), ill., 3, 204

Hurd Peak, 10, 440; 27, III; ill., 23, 14-15

Hutchings, Mt., II, 406

Huxley, Mt., 5, 234; 11, 406; 25, 121; 27, 87, 99; ill., 5, 234; 7, 15; 11, 36, 117; 19, 14-15

Hylochichla, see Thrush


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