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

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

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Ibex Hills (Death Valley), ill., 17, 70

Ibex Meadows, 7, 110

Ice caves, 2, 318; 4, 159-160

Iceberg Lakes, ill., 23, 30-31; 24, 30-31; 33, 30-31

Icebergs, 26, 96

Iceland, 30, 30

Idaho, 26, 78-81

Idwal Slabs (Britain), 22, 92

IIlilouette Creek, 11, 406

Illilouette Fall, 3, 42-43; 6, 307; 11, 406; 25, 53

Illilouette Glacier, 10, 191-192

Illilouette Ridge Trail, 25, 112

Inimani, Mt. (Andes), 29, 80-81

Inclusae spruces, 2, 157-160

Inconsolable Range, 24, 56

Indefatigable Island (Galapagos), 27, 79-82

Independence, view of Sierra Nevada, 22, 110

Indian arrowheads, 9, 325; ill., 9, 325

Indian baskets, 12, 193

Indian Canyon trail, 25, III

Indian Henry 's (Mt. Rainier N. P.), 9, 284-285; 16, 64; ill., 9, 284, 285

Indian Joe 's Spring, see Providence Spring

Indian legends, 12, 388-389

Indian names, 9, 55; 11, 382, 385, 386, 389, 393, 394, 401, 403, 406; 12, 49-52, 55, 59, 61, 63, 64, 128, 130, 132, 137-140, 145, 146, 253, 388-390

Indian Pass (Glacier N.P.), ill., 12, 116

Indian pictographs: Cataract Canyon (Arizona), 4, 82; ill., 4, 82; Pate Valley, 6, 258-259; 27, 125; ill., 6, 258-259

Indian spearhead, ill., 10, 333

Indian villages and' camp-sites in Yosemite Valley, 10, 202-209

Indian Wells (Death Valley), 24, 95

Indians: Death Valley, 24, 80, 92, 101; Havasupai, 4, 78; Kings River region, 26, 28-29; Navajo, 24, 70; Queniult, 9, 156; ill., 9, 157; Yokut, 12, 385-400; 17, 50; ill., 12, 385; Yosemite, 10, 202-209; 11, 415; 17, 27

Infant Buttes, 11, 406

Insects, 9, 268-270; see also Bark Beetle;

Butterflies; Grasshoppers; Sierra Nevada-Insects

International Geographic Congress, 5, 76, 260-261

Inyo County, 11, 406

Inyo National Forest, 26, 124

Ionian Basin, 27, 104

Ireland Creek and Lake, 11, 407

Iron Mountain, 23, 32; ill., 23, 30-31

Ironwood, Catalina (Lyonothammus ftoribundus), 18, 66

Irrigation, 4, 246-247; 6, 282

Irvine, Mt., 12, 306; 26, 118

Isberg Pass, 11, 407; Trail, 20, 59, 60; 25, 114

Isberg Peak, 11, 407

Island Pass, ill., 7, 6

Isosceles Mountain, see Merriam, Mt.

Italy, Lake, 11, 407

Italy Pass, 27, 63

Ixtaccihuatl (Mexico), 8, 52, 104-107; ill., 8, 96, 104-106

Izaak Walton, Mt., 11, 45-46; 24, 10; ill., 15, 30, 74; 24, 1

Izalco, Mt. (Salvador), 4, 269

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J. O. Pass, 11, 407

Jack Main Canyon, 1, 181; 2, 280-283; map, 1, 179; name, 12, 126

Jackass Meadow, 1, 333-335; 11, 137; ill., 11, 136; see also Perfection Meadow

Jackrabbit, White-tailed (Lepus townsendi sierrae), 12, 343; 17, 14

Jackson Lake (Grand Teton N. P.), 11, 161-162; ill., 11, 164; 12, 356

" Jam Crack Joe" (song), 29, 82-89

Jan, Lake (Utah), 24, 109-120; ill., 24, 62-63

Janet, Lake (Glacier N. Po), ill., 12, 160

Japan, 6, 186-195; 7, 229-233; 22, 93-94; see also Asama-Yama; Fujiyama ; Ho-daka; Karuizawa; Yari, Mt.

Jasper Park (Canada), 14, 28-33

Jay, Blue-fronted (Cyanocitta stelleri frontalis), 6, 245-246; 8, 122; Rocky Mountain, 4, 139

Jay hawker Spring (Death Valley), 24, 88-89

Jay hawker Well, see McLean 's Spring

" Jay hawkers, " 24, 78, 87-99, 105

Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, see Mill Creek Redwoods State Park

Jefferson, Mt. (Oregon), 3, 203-209; 12, 309-310; ill., 3, 189, 204, 208

Jennie Lake, 11, 407

Jenny Lake (Grand Teton N. P.), ill., 11, 165

Jerusalem Oak, see Mountain misery

Jester, Mt. (Canada), 22, 30; ill., 22, 30-31

Jigsaw Pass, 24, 45-46

Joe Devel 's Peak, 23, 108-109; 26, 118

John Muir-Kings Canyon National Park, see Kings Canyon National Park

John Muir Memorial Shelter, 16, 12, 97-98; 19, 7; 22, 99-100; 27, 91-92; ill., 16, 98; 19, 14-15; 25, 102-103

John Muir National Park, 10, 14; see also Kings Canyon National Park

John Muir Trail, 10, 14, 86-92, 213, 221-225, 330, 343; 11, 34-48, 358; 12, 416-417; 14, 83; 15, 37-46; 17, 103-104; 20, 56-57; 26, 39, 143; beginnings, 10, 86-91; 20, 54-67; 25, 28-40; elevation and mileage, 11, 48; 15, 45; knapsack trip, 1927, 13, 81-82; map, 7, 22; 17, 106; route, 10, 86-91; 11, 34-48, 358; 15, 40; ski trip, 1929, 15, 69-73; specifications and drawings, 15, 43-44; ill., 10, 89, 104, 105, 159, 178, 199, 214, 215, 422; see also High mountain route

Johnson, Mt., 27, 97

Jordan, Mt. (Kings-Kern), 17, 47, 119; 22, 105; 26, 134; first ascent, 1925,

12, 307

Jordan, Mt. (North Palisade), 1, 296; 5, 3; 17, 47; see also North Palisade

Joseph, Mt., 11, 376-378; 28, 39-42

Josephine Lake (Glacier N. P.), ill., 14. 37 .

Joshua tree, ill., 17, 71

Julius Caesar, Mt., 19, 97

Jumbo (Canada), 9, 246

Jumbo Glacier, ill., 9, 245, 246

Junco, Sierra (Junco oreganus thurberi), 6, 251-252; 8, 158; ill., 8, 158

Junction Meadow, ill., 8, 274

Junction Pass, 10, 175, 218; 11, 36; ill., 10, 178, 214, 422 -

Junction Peak, 3, 172; 11, 407; 18, 127; 26, 40, 129, 135; first ascent, 1899, 3, 172; 11, 407; 26, 40; ill., 8, 69; 18, 14, 15

June Lake, 11, 407; 12, 128; ill., 33, 102-103

Juniper (Juniperus), 4, 118-125; AIligator (Juniperus pachyphlaea), 4, 120; Basin (Juniperus utahensis), 4, 122; California (Juniperus calijornica), 4, 121; Cosnino (Juniperus utahensis cosnino), 4, 122-123; ill., 4, 103; Creeping (Juniperus communis Siberica), 4, 121; ill., 4, 111; Mountain, see Juniper, Western; One-seeded (Juniperus monosperma), 4, 124; Prickly (Oxycedrus), 4, 120-121; Rock (Juniperus scopulorum), 4, 124-125; Savin, see Sabina; Sierra, see Juniper, Western; Western (Juniperus occidentalis), 4, 123; 10, 298-303; 18, 115-116; ill., 4, 123; 10, 300, 301, 304, 305; 12, 244; 13, 81; 16, 22, 23; 18, 115; 25, 14-15; 28, 78-79; Wyoming (Juniperus Knightii), 4, 125

Junipero Serra, Mt., 6, 52-53

Junipers of Lake Valley, 10, 298-303

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" K2 " (Himalayas), see GodwenAusten, Mt.

Kaiser Pass and Peak, 12, 49

Kanawyer, 12, 49

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

Karakoram Range (Himalayas), 7, 250-251; ill., 31, 14-15

Karstens Ridge (Mt. McKinley N. P.), 18, 83; 28, 10-15; ill., 18, 86, 87; 28, 30-31

Karuizawa (Japan), 6, 186; ill., 6, 186

Kat Pinnacle, 26, 138

Kat Walk, 24, 129; 25, 54

Kaweah, Black see Black Kaweah

Kaweah, Mt., 2, 187; 4, 306; 7, 27-30; 12, 49; first ascent, 1881, 11, 254; 12, 49; 32, 81; ill., 4, 304, 306; 7, 30

Kaweah, Red see Red Kaweah

Kaweah, South, see Kaweah, Mt.

Kaweah Gap, ill., 9, 2; 18, 46; 22, 62-63

Kaweah peaks, 2, 185-191; 11, 254; 12, 49; " Gray Kaweah, " 21, 99; " Second Kaweah, " 12, 49; map, 2, 185; ill., 4, 304, 306; 5, 297; 7, 27; 9, 2-3; 11, 132, 172, 347, 410-411; 13, 17, 25; 18, 39; 22, 14-15, 62-63

Kaweah Peaks " Pass ", 7, 33-38

Kaweah River, 2, 185; 12, 49; Middle Fork, ill., 10, 135; 13, 37

Kearsarge Lakes, 12, 49-50; ill., 4, 95; 8, 12; 10, 207, 407; 12, 220; 26, 94-95; 29, 46-47

Kearsarge Pass, 2, 20; 4, 95; 9, 160; 12, 49; crossing, 1864, 10, 340; origin of name, 10, 342; 12, 49-50; poem, 20, 50-53; Winter ascent, 7, 237-242; ill., 4, 95; 7, 238-241; 8, 67, 68; 10, 407; 12, 237; 15, 70

Kearsarge Peak, 12, 49-50

Kearsarge Pinnacles, 12, 49-50; 18, 126; 25, 123; ill., 1, lOO; 4, 95; 7, 239; 8, 12; 10, 179, 190, 207, 407; 12, 220; 26, 94-95

Keeler Needle, 12, 50; 26, 114; ill., 10, 175; 32, 30-31

Keith, Mt., 2, 84; 10, 237; 12, 50; first ascent, 1898, 2, 274; 12, 50; 26, 40

Kennedy Lake, Meadow and Pass, ill., 2, 280

Kern Basin : Cross-section diagram, 22, 18; ill., 22, 14-15, 30-31

Kern Canyon, see Kern River Canyon

Kern Lake, ill., 4, 302; 5, 58; 7, 27; 8, 275; 9, 17; 10, 423

Kern Point, 26, 131

Kern Ridge, 22, 105

Kern River, 4, 301-307; 9, 16-24; 12, 50; discovery, 13, 56; headwaters, ill., 13, 29; 22, 62-63; 32, 30-31; origin of name, 12, 50; 15, 87; trails, 7, 195; 9, 111-112

Kern River Canyon, 4, 301-307; 5, 57-61; 7, 99; birds, 5, 102; glaciation, 13, 17-19; lightning-struck tree, 9, 25-27; ill., 5, 60; 9, 16, 21; 13, 28; 22, 14-15

Kern-Kaweah Canyon, 8, 166; 9, 21; ill., 7, 38

Kern-Kaweah Falls, ill., 5, 106

Kern-Kaweah Gap, ill., 4, 304

Kern-Kaweah Pass, 11, 130

Kern-Kaweah River, 2, 188; 7, 37; 9, 21; 12, 50; ill., 8, 166, 167

Kern-Kaweah Valley, see Kern-Kaweah Canyon

Kerrick Canyon, 1, 179; map, l, 177, 179

Kettle Dome, 11, 313

Keyser, see Kaiser

Keystone, ill., 4, 304, 306

Kid Peak, 26, 18, 127

Kilauea (Hawaii N. P.) 11, 231-243; ill., 11, 242, 243

Kinabalu (North Borneo) 8, 18-24; ill., 8, 18

King, Mt. Clarence, see Clarence King, Mt.

King, Starr, see Starr King, Mt.

King Spur, 26, 128

Kinglet, Ruby-crowned (Regulus calendula), 8, 161-162; ill., 8, 162

Kings Canyon National Park: boundary extension of Sequoia N. P. proposed by Sierra Club, 8, 207, 220-221; 12, 76-77; cave discovered, 6, 275; created, 1940, 26, 56-57; development plan, 1947, 32, 112-125; maps, 32, 112, 119; highway extension, 32, 112-125; 34, 41-45; legislative history, 11, 6; 26, 42-58; national park status proposed, 6, 115-125; 10, 14; 11, 29-33; trails and trail development, 3, 150-158; 23, 88-89; 26, 123-124; water-power sites opposed by Sierra Club, 11, 441-446; see also John Muir National Park; Kings River; Kings River Canyon; " Roosevelt-Sequoia N. P ."

Kings Canyon Road, 6, 121, 203-205, 276; 7, 130-131, 195; see also Kings Canyon National Park-Highway extension

Kings Kern Divide, see Kings-Kern Divide

Kings River: early history, 10, 340; 12, 51; 26, 28-41; map 1, 302; origin of name, 10, 237-238; 12, 51; 13, 58; 26, 29; water-power site applications, 11, 441-446; see also Kings River, Middle Fork of the; Kings River, South Fork of the; Kings River Canyon

Kings River, Middle Fork of the, 1, 293-313; 5, 1; 6, 119; 10, 352-356; map, 2, 49; 5, 18; ill., 6, 115, 120; 7, 1, 18, 19, 253, 256; 8, 41, 280; 9, 125, 146; 10, 222; 11, 37, 149, 153, 173, 180, 181, 196; 21, 30-31; 26, 14-15; 29, 46-47

Kings River, South Fork: headwaters, 1, 293-313; 4, 177-184, 253-263; 7, 180-187; 8, 163; Upper Basin, 9, 56; 11, 421-426; ill., 11, 423; 25, 14-15; 26, 14-15; see also below

Kings River Canyon, 2, 44-49, 106-109; 4, 88-99, 153; 6, 100-107, 115-125; 10, 352-356; 12, 224-236, 237-249; 20, 54, 66; 26, 1-8, 9-14; cave, 6, 275; compared with Yosemite Valley, 4, 96-99; 6, 115-117; 12, 224-236; 26, 5; cross-section diagram, 10, 71; 12, 232; early explorations, 12, 237-249; 26, 1-14, 28-41; geology, 4, 96; 12, 224-236; glaciers, 10, 69; 12, 229; history, 26, 28-41; in 1868, 12; 237-249; Indians, 26, 28; map, 12, 228; 32, 112; master plan map, 1947, 32, 112; mines, 26, 37; national park status, 6, 123; 26, 57; plant life, 26, 4; road, see Kings Canyon Road; Sierra Club report and recommendations, 6, 115-127; trails and routes, 1, 93-106, 209-213, 221-237; 3, 15G-158; 6, 120-121, 124; 7, 120; 11, 314; 20, 54-67; 23, 88-89; Winter, 4, 156-159; ill., 6, 100, 104; 9, 158; 10, 69, 71; 12, 225, 229, 317; 26, 1, 14-15, 94-95; see also Kings Canyon National Park; Kings Canyon Road; Kings River, South Fork of the

Kings-Kern Divide, 1, 214-220; map, 2, 26; ill., 1, 92, 187; 2, 22; 8, 15; 10, 207; 26, 95

Kinnerly Peak (Glacier N. P.), 23, 103; ill., 12, 162

Kintla Peak (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 162

Kirkwood 's, 1, 321

Kit Carson tree, 1, 321; 2, 59

Klamath Lake Bird Sanctuary, 11, 95-97

Klamath River Road, 11, 451

Klapatchie Park (Mt. Rainier N. P.), 16, 64; ill., 16, 62, 67

Knapsack Pass, 24, 49; 27, 63

Knapsack trips, 1, 314-324; 27, 128-130; 32, 99-103; see also Camping; Packing

Knapsacking see Knapsack trips

Knots, 16, 70-72, 75; see also Bowline knot; Butterfly noose; Diamond hitch

Koip Crest, 12, 51; 25, 122

Koip Pass, 27, 62; ill., 11, 4

Kolana, ill., 7, 262

Korbel Peak, 3, 110

Kuna Crest and Peak, 12, 52; ill., 5, 220; 9, 247, 293

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Lacey Transfer Bill, 4, 174

Ladder Lake, 27, 104

Lady Franklin Rock, 12, 52

Lafayette National Park, 11, 6; ill., 11, 12, 13; see also Acadia National Park ; Acadia Mountain

Laggard Pass, 10, 295

Laguna Mountain Recreation Area, 10, 483

Lake Canyon Creek, see Grunigen Creek

Lake Fork, see Kings River

Lake of the Fallen Moon (Poem), 11, 374

Lake of the Lone Indian, see Lone Indian, Lake of the Lake ramparts, 5, 157; 6, 225-234; bibliography, 6, 233-234; ill., 6, 225

Lakes, Salt and Alkaline, 3, 71-74

Lall, Lake (Utah), 24, 109-119; ill., 24, 62-63

Lamarck, Mt., 27, 92-93

Lamarck Col, 27, 89

Lambert, see Lembert

Lambert Soda Springs, see Soda Springs (Tuolumne Meadows)

Langille Peak, 27, 105, 129; ill., 19, 14-15

Langley, Mt., 1, 6; 12, 52; 26, 119; first ascent, 1871, 11, 253; 14, 41-43, 26, 119; mistaken for Mt. Whitney, 7, 141; 11, 253; 14, 41-43; origin of name, 12, 52; ill., 1, 6; 7, 147; 10, 175; 14, 46; 22, 14-15; 32, 30-31

Langue Peak, ill., 7, 256

Lanivireo see Vireo

Larch (Larix), 2, 76, 78; Western (Larix occidentalis), 2, 76; Wooly ( Larix Lyalli ), 2, 76

Larix see Larch

Lassen, Mt., 2, 207-215; 3, 288-297; eruptions, 9, 300-304; 10, 92-96; Winter ascent, 18, 128-129; ill., 9, 298-302; 10, 96, 97; 17, 50

Lassen Butte, see Lassen, Mt.

Lassen National Forest, 4, 320-322

Lassen Volcanic National Park, 10, 244; 11, 324

Laterales pines, 2, 67, 72-75

Laurel Mountain, 16, 106

Lava, 11, 242-243; ill., 11, 242, 243

Lava Beds National Monument, 2, 312-319; ill., 2, 318-319

Lava Region of California, see California -Lava regions of Northern California

LeConte, Mt., 12, 53; 14, 86; 23, 109-110; 24, 131; first ascent, 1, 325-326; 12, 305; 26, 119; ill., 1, 325; 14, 46; 22, 15; 32, 30-31

LeConte Canyon, 12, 54; ill., 9, 159; 11, 153

LeConte Cascade, see LeConte Falls

LeConte Divide, 12, 52

LeConte Dome, see Half Dome

LeConte Falls, 1, 204; 4, 28; 12, 52; ill., 4, 31; 7, 218

LeConte Gully, 25, 53

LeConte memorial lectures, 11, 414, 435

LeConte Memorial Lodge (Yosemite), 5, 66-69; 10, 142-143; 11, 91; dedication services and address, 5, 176-180, 254; inscription, 5, 296; opening, 5, 135; reports, 5, 241; 6, 129, 268; 7, 59, 191; 8, 129, 210; 9, 50, 181, 294; 10, 83, 215, 328; 11, 92, 201, 308, 435; 12, 83, 187, 414; 13, 71; 14, 77; 15, 103; 16, 95; 17, 100; 18, 106; 19, 79; 20, 100; 21, 80; ill., 5, 1, 66; 10, 143, 395; 11, 208

Leaning Chimney, 26, 137; 27, 136

Leaning Tower, 21, 98; 25, 54

Leevining Creek, 12, 54; 13, 83-85

Lefroy, Mt. (Canada), 2, 1-8, 149-155; ill., 2, 5, 152; 8, 189

Lembert Dome, 7, 150; 12, 54; ill., 6, 235; 8, 1; 9, 225, 293; 11, 411; 16, 39

Leucosticte, see Finch, Rosy

Lewis, Mt., 16, 62

Lewis Creek, 12, 54

Lewisia, see Bitterroot

Liberty Bell, Mt. (Washington), 23, 46

Liberty Cap (Mt. Rainier N. P.), ill., 1, 125; see also Rainier, Mt.-North Peak

Liberty Cap (Yosemite), ill., 3, 28

Libocedrus, 4, 101; see also Cedar, Incense

Lick Observatory, 11, 408-412

Liebre Peaks, 31, 116

Lieu Land Law, 5, 327-328

Life zones, 3, 298-312; 4, 132-145; 27, 80-81

Light-burning, see Forest fires-" Light burning"

Lightning, 9, 25-27; 17, 105-107; 34, 27-30; diagrams, 34, 28-29; fatalities on Bugaboo Spire, 1948, 34, 70-73; fire zones, 11, 447; lightning-struck tree in Kern Canyon, 9, 25-27; ill., 9, 26, 27

Lilium Kelleyanum, 4, 300

Lily, Mariposa, ill., 12, 33

Lincoln, Mt., ill., 27, 30-31

Lining, 27, 57

Lion, Mountain, see Mountain lion

Lion Rock, 2, 186; ill., 11, 410-411

Lippincott, Mt., 12, 54; ill., 11, 410-411

Little America, 26, 98-101

Little chief hare see Cony

Little Claire Lake, 4, 214; 12, 54

Little Five Lakes, ill., 13, 92

" Little Gem Co., " 26, 72-77

Little Jackass Meadows, 1, 335

Little Kern Lake, ill., 10, 170

Little Lakes Valley, ill., 27, 30-31

" Little Lost Valley" of Shepherd Crest,

see Shepherd Crest-" Little Lost Valley"

Little Pete Meadow, ill., 19, 14-15

Little South Fork (Trinity Alps), 21, 15

Little Yosemite Valley, 7, 40-41; 8, 3-9; 12, 39; ill., 3, 28; 5, 216; 8, 6, 7

Live-oak, Foothill ( Quercus Wislizeni ), 3, 303

Lobelia (Downingia montana ), 11, 147-148

Loch Leven trout, see Trout, Loch Leven

Logan, Mt. (Glacier N. P.), 23, 102

Logan Glacier (Glacier N. P .), ill., 12, 162

Logan Pass (Glacier N. P.), ill., 12, 41; .30, 46-47

Lola, Mt., 31, 12

Lone Indian, Lake of the, 4, 197; 12, 55; ill., 4, 197; 11, 44

Lone Pine Canyon, 7, 105-118; ill., 22, 14-15

Lone Pine Creek, 5, 88

Lone Pine Peak, 26, 118; ill., 1, 326; 22, 15

Long Lake, ill., 9, 307; 10, 297

Long Meadow, ill., 11, 25

Longley Pass, 1, 190; 12, 55; 27, 63; ill., 1, 192, 193

Longs Peak (Rocky Mountain N. P.), 3, 196-197; 13, 62-64; ill., 3, 196, 198; 7, 234-235; 13, 64, 65

Lookout Mountain, see Sugarloaf

Lookout Peak, 4, 187; 12, 145, 242, 245

Los Angeles Municipal Mountain Camp, 10, 335

Los Gatos Creek, ill., 2, 301

Lost Arrow, 12, 55; 21, 99; 23, 119; 25, 59; 27, 134; 31, 118; first ascent, 1946, 31, 121-122; 32, 1-10; vertical ascent, 1947, 33, 103-108; ill., 26, 94-95; 32, 1, 12, 13; 33, 102-103

Lost Brother, 27, 133-134

Lost Canyon, ill., 7, 100; 9, 20

Lost Valley (Merced Canyon), 7, 40

Lost Valley (San Joaquin River), see Blaney Meadows

Louise, Lake (Canada), 2, 1; 23, 103; ill., 2, 1

Lowell Peak (Canada), 34, 144

Lucy, Lake, see Rae Lakes

Lucy 's Footpass, 3, 109

Lukachukai Mountain (Arizona), 24, 72

Lukens Lake, 12, 55

Lukens Trail, 2, 109

Lumbering, 10, 375; 32, 37-42

Lundy, 13, 40-53; ill., 13, 40, 41

Luther Pass, ill., 11, 295

Lycoperdon sculptum, 6, 39-42; ill., 6, 39

Lyell, Mt., 11, 185, 247-248; 12, 55-56; first ascent, 11, 247; 12, 56, 304-305; 23, 7; ascents, 1, 136-143; 4, 22-23; 5, 181-186; 7, 218; 9, 251-253; ascent in one day from Yosemite Valley, 23, 110; 26; 143; glacier, see Lyell Glacier; origin of name, 11, 246; 12, 55; south face ascents, 20, 104; 24, 126; Winter ascent, 23, 41; ill., 1, 66; 3, 326; 5, 20, 184; 7, 94, 95; 9, 250, 251; 10, 231; 11, 49, 410; 15, 47; 17, 22, 23; 20, 104; 29, 46-47; routes of ascent, ill., 20, 104

Lyell Fork, see Merced River -Lyell Fork; Tuolumne River-Lyell Fork

Lyell Glacier, 1, 63-64; 5, 23, 183, 276; 11, 185, 247; 23, 6-7; ill., 5, 20; 7, 188, 189; 11, 49; 17, 22

Lyell group, ill., 7, 95

Lyell Meadows, ill., 11, 258

Lyman Glacier (Washington), ill., 8, 181

Lyman Lake (Washington), ill., 8, 184

Lyonothammus, see Ironwood


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