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

U V W X Y Z

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

U

Uinta Mountains (Utah), 24, 109-120; ill., 24, 62-63

Umbrella plant (Peltiphyllum peltatum), 27, 24

Unicorn Peak (Cathedral range), 12, 140; 17, 113; 20, 103; ill., 1, 136; 3, 55; 7, 95, 149; 8, 1, 225; 9, 224, 252, 292; 12, 32

Unicorn Peak (Mt. Rainier N. P.), 6, 15-21; ill., 6, 18, 21

United States Army Mountain troops, 30, 79-85; 31, 32-56

United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Bench marks, 16, 99-100

United States Forest Service, 6, 140-141; 8, 286-287; 11, 222-223; forest fire precautions, 8, 142-143; multiple-use policy in National Forests, 4, 71-72; 6, 125-127; 32, 71-74; National parks policy, 8, 139; San Francisco headquarters, 7, 82-83; see also National Forests; Trout planting. United States Geological Survey, maps, 2, 115-117, 285; meteorological observatories see Meteorological observatories

United States National Forests ; National Parks and Monuments, see National Forests; National Parks and Monuments

University of California, Forestry Department, 9, 209; 10, 376; Wood Technology Laboratory, ill., 10, 368

University of California Peak, see University Peak

University Peak, 12, 140; first ascent, 1896; 2, 83-84; 12, 140; 26, 40; ascents, 2, 20; 4, 242; 8, 14; 26, 129; name given to Mt. Gould, 11, 399; 12, University Peak (cont.) 140; origin of name, 1, 100; 12, 140; panorama from, 3, 173; routes, Bullfrog Lake, 3, 154-155; 13, 32; ill., 2, 81; 7, 240; 8, 285; 10, 191; 11, 410-411; 29, 46-47

U-notch route (North Palisade), 24, 47

Upper Basin, see Kings River, South Fork-Upper Basin

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Valle de la Grulla (Mexico), ill., 18, 55

Valley View (Yosemite N. P.), ill., 3, 32

Van Trump Park (Mt. Rainier N. P.), ill., 16, 66

Vandever, Mt., 12, 140; ill., 4, 302

Vermilion Valley, 1, 227; 12, 140

Vermivora rubricapilla, see Warbler, Calaveras

Vernal Fall, 3, 37; 6, 308; 12, 140; ill., 3, 28, 37; 6, 308

Vernon, Lake, map, l, 185; ill., 2, 282

Victoria, Mt. (Canada), ill., 8, 189

Vidette Lake, ill., 8, 14

Vidette Meadows, map of route to Grouse Meadow, 11, 359

Videttes, 2, 272; 12, 141; ill., 2, 79, 272; 10, 207; 15, 67; East Vidette, ill., 8, 13, 48-49; 10, 179; 26, 14-15; West

Vidette, ill., 8, 274

Vigilant, Mt. (Canada), 22, 33

Vireo, Cassin (Lanivireo solitarius), 8, 119-120; Red-eyed, 5, 106-107; Warb-ling (Vireosylva gilva), 6, 253

Virginia Canyon, 10, 287-291; ill., 10, 288

Vogelsang Lake, 12, 141

Vogelsang Pass, 12, 141; ill., 20, 30-31

Vogelsang Peak, 12, 141

Volcanic Knob, 12, 141

Volcanic Ridge and Volcanic Peaks, 23, 32; 24, 7; ill" 23, 30-31

Volcano Creek, 12, 141; see also Golden Trout Creek

Volcano Falls, 12, 141

Volcanoes, 29, 67-76; see also Asama-Yama; Coast Range of Mexico and Central America ; Devils Postpile, N . M.; Fujiyama; Haleakala; Hawaii N. P.; Ice caves; Kilauea; Lassen, Mt.; Lassen Volcanic N. P.; Lava; Lava Beds, N.M.; Mayon; Mexico-Mountains; Mono Craters; Paricutin Volunteer Peak, 12, 128; ill., 17, 1 Vosges Mountains (France), 11, 175-180

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Waddington, Mt. (Canada), 1935, 21, 1-11; 1936, 22, 29-37; 1947, 33, 1-10; first ascent, 22, 32; ill., 21, 1, 14-15; 33, 1

Wagon trips to the Sierra, 3, 210-217

Walker Pass, 12, 141-142; 27, 47

Walker River, 12, 141-142

Wallace, Mt., 27, 95-96; first ascent and naming, 1895, 12, 142; 26, 40; 27, 87, 95-96; ill., 11, 137; 19, 14-15; see also Mendel, Mt.

Wallace Creek and Lake, 12, 431

Walton, Mt. Izaak, see Izaak Walton, Mt.

Wanda Lake, 5, 236-237; 12, 142; 27, 88

Wapama Fall, 6, 214; 7, 152; ill., 7, 152, 263

Wapta, Mt. (Canada), 23, 103-104

Warbler, Audubon (Dendroica auduboni), 4, 141; 6, 253; ill., 4, 141; Calaveras (Vermivora rubricapilla), 8, 120-121; Pileo1ated (Wilsonia pusilla), 6, 253; Yosemite Valley, 6, 253

Warren, Mt., 12, 142

Wasatch Range (Utah), 11, 61

Washburn Lake, 2, 198; 12, 142; ill., 6, 236, 292; 7, 39

Washburn Plateau, 11, 315; 17, 8-9

Washington, Mt. (New Hampshire), 3, 313-318; 28, 55

Washington, Mt. (Oregon), 20, 109

Washington Column, 19, 100; 23, 117; first ascent, 1934, 21, 97; ascents, 21, 97; 22, 106-107; 25, 119; direct route, 26, 137; fat man chimney, 25, 56; lunch ledge, 25, 52, 56; piton traverse, 25, 56; ill., 3, 43; 8, 132

Waskingtonia filifera, see Palm, Washington

Watch Tower, see Sphinx

Water and Forest Association, 3, 224

Water Ouzel (Cinclus mexicanus unicolor), 1, 57-58; 4, 137-138; 5, 102-107; 6, 247; poem, 6, 244; ill., 5, 105, 106; 6, 44

Water Power, 7, 84; 8, 292; sites, 11, 430, 441-446

Waterfalls, see Hetch-Hetchy Valley; -Tuo1umne, Grand Canyon of the; Y 0-semite Valley

Waterproofing, 22, 42, 46

Waterwheel Falls, 1, 14, 204; ill., 7, 221; 8, 224; 9, 254, 256

Watkins, Mt., 7, 167; 12, 143; ill., 8, 89; 16, 38

Watkins Gully, 26, 139

Watkins Pinnacles, 33, 121-122

Waucoba Mountain, 27, 137

Weasel, Mountain, 17, 17

Weather observations on the John Muir Trail in winter, 15, 69-73; see also Snowfall

Weather observatories, see Meteorological observatories

Weathering, see Erosion

Weisshorn (Switzerland), ill., 6, 78

Wellingtonia gigantea, 18, 116; see also Sequoia gigantea

Wells Peak, 12, 143

West Spur, 26, 135

West Temple (Zion N.P.), 19, 38-41; ill., 19, 46-47

West Vidette, ill., 8, 274; see also Videttes

Western Divide, ill., 4, 306

Weston Meadow, 12, 143

Wetterstein (Germany), 21, 60-61

Whaleback, 11, 120; 22, 105; ill., 1, 189; 8, 163; 11, 120; 13, 33; 26, 14-15

Whatcom, Mt. (Washington), 22, 78

Wheel Mountain, 19, 94; 27, 104, 110

Wheeler Peak, 12, 143

White House Ruin (Canyon de Chelly N.M.), ill., 30, 46-47 -

White Mountain (New Mexico), 2, 222-226

White Mountain (Sierra Nevada), 1, 309; 11, 423; ill., 11, 423

White Mountain Peak (Inyo), 10, 283-286; 27, 137;, ascents, 20, 102-103; 25, 125; 26, 142, 143; ill., 10, 284

White Mountains (Inyo), 10, 282-286

White Mountains (New Hampshire), 3, 313-318

" White Pass, " ill., 21, 30-31

White pine blister-rust, 11, 334

White River Canyon (Washington), ill., 8, 177

White Top, 19, 20-21

Whitehorn, Mt. (Canada), 14, 25-27; ill., 10, 281; 14, 26, 37

Whitehorse, Mt. (Washington), 22, 72

Whitewater River, 11, 350

Whitney, Mt., 12, 143-144; accessibility, 5, 87-90; age, 22, 18; altitude, see Elevation; airplane flight, 1914, 32, 87-88; ascents, 1873, 4, 288-289; 5, 96-97; 7, 142; 8, 137-138; 11, 253; 12, 144; 14, 45-52; 20, 81-85; 26, 103, 112; 32, 75-76; 1875, 20, 85-88; 32, 76; 1878, 20, 88-89; 32, 76; 1881, 5, 97; 7, 142; 20, 89-93; 32, 76, 80-81; 1883, 20, 110; 32, 81-83; 1885, 20, 110; 32, 81; 1890, 32, 83-85; 1895, 1, 290-292; 1902, 32, 85-87; 1903, 5, 44-45, 61-63; 32, 87; barometric readings on summit, 5, 91; Campbell-Abbot expedition, 1909, 7, 142-148; 21, 66-72; 32, 76-77; Climber's Guide, 26, 112-114; confUsed with Mt. Langley, 1, 5; see also Whitney, Mt.-Ascents, 1873; controversy over first ascent, 1873, 14, 46-51; 32, 75-76; controversy over name, 14, 51-52; 32, 76; east buttress, 23, 105, 106; 26, 113-114; east face ascents, 1, 1; 17, 53-58, 120; 20, 84-85, 109; 22, 105, 109; 23, 104-105, 106; 24, 130; 25, 129; 26, 113; 34, 145; electrical storm, 17, 105-107; 21, 66, 68; elevation computation, 4, 288-290; 5, 90-101; 7, 141-142; 11, 254; 14, 53-57; 21, 73-75; 32, 77; exploration, 4, 207-215; False Mt. Whitney, see Langley, Mt.; fatality in thunderstorm, 17, 105-107; 21, 66, 68; first ascent, see Whitney, Mt.-Ascents, 1873; first ascents by women, 1, 290-292; 20, 88-89; Fisherman's Peak, 4, 289; 14, 47, 51-52; geographical location, 21, 75; geology, 11, 189-190; 22, 1-18; history, 7, 141-142; 14, 39-52; 20, 81-93; 21, 64-75; 26, 102-103; 32, 75-88; Langley expedition, 1881, 7, 142; 20, 89-93; 32, 76, 80-81; leveling, 14, 53-57; meteorological observatory site, 5, 87-101; 6, 7-8; 20, 89-93; 21, 64-72; 32, 76; military reservation, 21, 64; mountaineer's route, 16, 108; 20, 85; 26, 112; north face route, 26, 112; observatory-shelter on summit, 7, 141-148; 20, 93; 21, 67-72; origin of name, 11, 253-254; 12, 143; Pinnacle Ridge, 25, 129; routes of ascent, 26, 112-114; routes to Mt. Whitney, 1, 187-198; 5, 87-88; scientific studies, 7, 141-148; shelter, see Whitney, Mt.-observatory-shelter; Sierra Club moonlight ascents, 18, 14-15, 127; 32, 31-35; southeast face ascent, 27, 131-132; summit, 20, 82; temperatures, 7, 248; trail, 1, 1-8, 93-106; 4, 207-215; 5, 139, 258-260; 14, 84-85; 21, 65-66; 32, 31-35; map, 1, 1; triangulation map, 2, 286; Tuolumne Meadows in six days, 26, 143; weathering, 22, 17-18; Winter ascents, 5, 316-317; 7, .105-118, 239; 23, 106-108; 27, 127-128; illustrations: east, 5, 87; 7, 143; 14, 43; 20, 89, 110-111; 22, 14-15; 23, 110-111; north, 1, 61; 2, 249; 5, 48; 13, 88; 18, 38; 22, 14-15; south, 14, 46; 22, 8; summit, 1, 197; 7, 141, 142; 10, 175; 20, 110-111; 21, 94-95; 22, 14-15; 32, 30-31, & 6, 87; trail, 1, 292; 22, 14-15, 62-63; 32, 31; view, 7, 31, 146, 147, 148; 10, 175; 20, 110-111; 22, 14-15; 32, 30-31; west, 1, 7, 105; 5, 50; 9, 22; 20, 91

Whitney Creek, 4, 210-211; see also Golden Trout Creek

Whitney Creek Gorge, 5, 79-80

Whitney Pass, 23, 106-108; 26, 105; ill., 14, 43

Whitney Region : Climber's Guide, 26, 102-121; map, 26, 110; see also Muir Crest

Whitney-Russell Pass, 26, 106

Whitney Surveys of 1863 and 1864, see California State Geological Survey

Whorl Mountain, 19, 99; 20, 106; ill., 20, 62-63

Wilbur, Mt. (Glacier N.P.), 12, 4-6; 23, 103; ill., 12, 4, 5, 36

Wild flower conservation, 8, 200-203; 9, 204; 11, 88, 97-98; 12, 96-97

Wild flowers, 6, 160-174; 11, 147-150; 26, 67-71; Yellowstone N.P., 12, 346-348; Yosemite N.P.-List of species, 6, 269-273; ill., 16, 19; 26, 14-15; see also Plants; see also Arenaria Rossii; Bitterroot; Blazing-star; Bryanthus; Bunchberry; Carpenteria; Cassiope; Columbine; Cyclamen; Downingia; Draba; Eriogonum; Frasera; Gilia; Harebells; Hulsea; Lilium Kelleyanum; Lily, Mariposa; Lobelia; Mimulus; Polemonium; Primrose; Silver-sword; Steer's head flower; Umbrella

Wild life conservation, 9, 45, 57, 176; 33, 11-18; see also Conservation; Wilderness areas and wilderness preservation

Wilderness areas and wilderness preservation, 12, 313-316; 15, 27-36; 23, 93-96; 32, 43-52; biology of wilderness protection, 27, 14-22; meadows, 8, 39-42; 27, 16; 32, 53-62; 33, 19-30; 34, 140-143; ill., 8, 40; 32, 62-63; need, 32, 43-52; packing and the wilderness, 32, 96-98; 33, 19-30; 34, 140-143; roads, 34, 31-54; trails, 23, 85-96; 25, 108--109; see also Conservation

Wilkes map of California, 28, 40, 53; ill., 28, 31

Williams Meadow, ill., 32, 62

Williamson, Mt.: first ascent, 1884, 11, 253; 12, 144; 26, 108; ascents, 1, 90-92; 2, 25-27; 5, 46-48; 11, 440; 12, 192-193, 307; east peak, 25, 130; 26, 109-11" 0, 130; origin of name, 11, 253; 12, 144; routes, 26, 108-110; ill., 1, 61, 91; 5, 44, 47, 48; 7, 146; 10, 214, 422; 18, 30

Willow, Arctic (Salix arctica), 11, 150; Pollard, ill., 28, 78--79

Willow Creek Divide (Trinity Alps), ill., 11, 371, 375

Willow Park (Rocky Mountain N.P.), 3, 194-196; ill., 3, 193, 195; see also Moraine Park

Wilmer Lake, 12, 144

Wilson Creek, 12, 144

Wilsonia, see Warbler, Pileolated

Wimmelcbe River, 28, 41; see also Kings River

Winchell, Mt., 13, 33-34; 16, 105; 24, 50-51; first ascent, 1923, 12, 90-91, 145; 16, 105; origin of name, 5, 3; 12, 145; 24, 42; 26, 39; Winter ascent, 23, 45; ill., 12, 92; 21, 30-31

Winchell, Crag Alexander, see Crag Alexander Winchell

Winchell's Peak, see Lookout Peak

Wind River Range (Wyoming), 33, 120

Window Peak, 26, 127

Winds, see Yosemite Valley-Winds

Windy Point, 21, 36; ill., 21, 30-31

Winter in the Sierra Nevada, 7, 237-242; 8, 249-259; 15, 69-73; see also Avalanches; Camping-winter; Skiing and ski-mountaineering; Snowfall ~ a:.A

Winter sports values, 9, 53-55

Wit-sa-nap, see Convict Lake

Wiwaxy (Canada), ill., 8, 188

Wizard Island (Crater Lake), 1, 31-39; ill., 1, 36

Wolf, 6, 35

Wolverine, 15, 50-58; Mt. Rainier N.P., 6, 34

Wolverton Creek, 12, 145

Women and mountaineering, 7, 249; on Mt. Brewer, 1902, 4, 279; Cathedral Spire, 1934, 20, 107; Mt. Lyell, 1892, 1, 136-143; Mt. Shasta, 1856, 19, 65; Tuolumne Grand Canyon, 1896, 2, 50-52; 1897, 2, 174-184; Mt.Whitney, 1878, 20, 88; 1895, 1, 290; Mt. Williamson, 1893, 1, 90-92; 1896, 2, 24-26; 1903, 5, 48

Wood, Mt., 12, 145

Woodchuck, 12, 341

Woodpecker, 12, 152-154; Arctic three-toed (Picoides arcticus), 4, 141; ill., 4, 134; California (Melanerpes formicivorus), 6, 248; Harris's (Dryobates villosus), 6, 248-249; Log-cock, 4, 140-141

Woods Creek, 12, 145; ill., 8, 48

Woods Creek Basin, 6, 118

Woods Creek Canyon, 6, 104-105; ill., 8, 48-49; 12, 244

Woods Lake, ill., 21, 30-31

Woodworth, Mt., 1, 295-296; 12, 145; 26, 40; 27, 110; ill., 1, 297; 5, 2; 9, 162-163

World Warl, 10, 322, 325, 360-361, 373-374, 438-440, 445, 447, 449, 486; 11, 175-180; 12, 294; Sierra Club honor roll, 10, 447-449; war service letters, 10, 450-475; war service record, 10, 320-321; 11, 106

World War II, 31, 32-56; correspondence from Sierra Club members, 28, 54-70; 29, 1-35; 30, 1-43; GIs in the Alps, 30, 79-85; 31, 32-45; Sierra Club members roster, 31, 102-111; postcards from prisoners of war, ill., 29, 46-47; postwar mountain training, 31, 46-54

Wren, Western winter (Nannus hiemalis), 8, 122

Wynne, Mt., 25, 122

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Xintecatl, see Nevado de Toluca

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

Yellowhead, see Ground-squirrel, Sierra golden-mantled

Yellowhead Pass (Canada), 14, 31

Yellowstone, Grand Canyon of the., 12, 274-275; ill., 12, 277, 336, 349, 364

Yellowstone Lake (Yellowstone N.P.), 12, 273; ill., 12, 352

Yellowstone National Park, 11, 161; 12, 268-276; animal life, 8, 217; 9, 207-208; 12, 333-345; ill., 12, 268, 337, 340, 345; bibliography, 12, 277-282; dam proposed, 11, 195, 199, 207; history, 12, 270; 33, 72-76; poem, 11, 412; reports, 8, 217-218; 9, 68, 207-208, 316; 10, 99, 245, 365-366, 476; Sierra Club outing, 1926, 12, 349-355; trails, 12, 268-276; wild flowers, 12, 346-348; ill., 12, 269, 276, 277, 336, 341, 344, 349, 352, 364, 365, 372; 373, 377, 437; 30, 46-47; see also Absaroka Range; Angel Terrace; Big Game Ridge; Bridger Lake; Castor Peak; Electric Peak; Fox Creek; Hawks Rest; Heart Lake; Mammoth Hot Springs; Old Faithful; Pollux Peak; Sheridan, Mt.; Shoshone Lake; -Tri-dent; Turret; Yellowstone, Grand Canyon; Yellowstone Lake

Yerba santa (Eriodictyon glutinosum), 3, 306

Yew (Taxus), 4, 125-127; Pacific (Taxus brevifolia), 4, 126-127

Yodeling, 25, 17

Yoho Valley (Canada), ill., 8, 188

Yokut Indians of the Kaweah region, 12, 385-400; map of range, 12, 388; ill., 12, 385

Yosemite, Lake (ancient), 9, 7-15; map, 9, II

Yosemite Creek Glacier, 10, 185

Yosemite Falls, 3, 40-42; 6, 308; 7, 92-93, 265; 12, 145; Lower Fall, 25, 52; 31, 119-120; ill., 3, 1, 41; 7, 87, 92, 93; 8, 284; 11, 168; 29, 46

Yosemite Glacier, 3, 62-63; 9, 7, 139-144; 11, 22-23; 12, 229-232

Yosemite Museum, 11, 415; ill., 11, 415

Yosemite National Park, 7, 127-129, 198-199, 264-266; 8, 55-57, 222-224; 9, 62, 63, 206-207, 318; 10, 97-98, 109-113, 368-372, 476-477; 11, 7-10, 215-216, 322; animal life, 17, 12-24; Bighorn sheep, 20, 28-31; birds, 6, 245-254; 17, 21-24; boundary change, 5, 250-253, 267-268, 328; 8, 285-286; 10, 112, 350-351; buildings and concessions, 10, 98, 245-247; canyons in north of Yosemite N.P., 1, 168-186, 330-335; maps, 1, 173, 177, 179, 185; congressional appropriations, 7, 263; 8, 228; 10, 247; creation, 1890, 1, 275-276; 23, 11-12; 29, 49-60, 61-66; educational development, 11, 413-416; 20, 111-112; see also Yosemite N. P .-Nature-guide service; explorations by John Muir, 1872, 23, 4-8; flora, 6, 270-273; 8, 27-28; forest fire protection, 10, 110; forests, 14, 68; geology, 9, 225-239; see also Yosemite Valley-Geology; glaciers, moraines, 10, 184-201; grazing, 9, 104, 114-115; 10, 371-372; see also Grazing and pasturage; Hetch-Hetchy, see Hetch-Hetchy; High Sierra Camps, see High Sierra Camps; history, 1, 275-278; 6, 59-61, 69-70; 12, 145-146; 13, 40-53; 21, 85-86; 23, 11-19; 29, 49-60, 61-66; 33, 47-78; " Idea, " 33, 47-78; Indians, 11, 415; see also Indians-Yosemite; mining activities, 13, 40-53; map, 13, 43; natural history survey, 9, 289, 297-298; 10, 80; 11, 10; nature-guide service, 11, 167-170, 413-414; ill., 11, 168, 169, 414; origin of name, 10, 203; 12, 146, 147; over-development, 33, 79-86; patented lands, 8, 55, 223; 9, 62, 318; 10, 370; 14, 79-82; Patented Lands Act, 1912, 8, 288-289; pine tree pests, 9, 206; private holdings, 8, 223, 288-289; 14, .68-69, 79-83; rangers, 10, 110; recession, 8, 206; see also Yosemite Valley-Recession; roads and trails, 3, 259-260; 6, 262-263; 7, 128, 198-199; 8, 56; 10, 342-343, 369-370; 11, 215; 25, 110-116; 26, 123; 34, 31-54; ill., 34, 34-35; see also yosemite Valley-Roads; see also Arch Rock entrance; Big Oak Flat Road; Tioga Road; School of Field Natural History, 20, 111-112; Sierra Club, 23, 11-19; ski exploration, 16, 44-46; 19, 88-89; 21, 104-106; ski huts and trails, 25, 116; timber exchange, 9, 206, 316; trails, 25, 110-116; see also Yosemite N. P .-Roads and trails; troop withdrawal, 9, 316; visitors, 10, 370; water-power, 11, 213; wild flowers, 6, 270-273; 8, 27-28; see also Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Point Couloir, 24, 63-67; 25, 59-60

Yosemite Valley, 3, 27-47; 7, 87-92; birds, 6, 245-254; 8, 11~124; bibliography, 8, 124; list of species, 8, 123; Climber's Guide, 25, 41-63; climbing, 19, 34-37, 9~100; 21, 96-99; 22, 106-108; 23, 115-119; 24, 63-67, 12~130; 25, 41-63, 11~120; 26, 135-140; 27, 132-136; 32, 134; 34, 147-150; compared with Hetch-Hetchy Valley, 6, 212; compared with Kings River Canyon, 4, 96-97; 6, 115-117; 12, 224-236; 26, 5-6; cross-section diagram, 9, 13; 10, 71, 196; 12, 232; depth, 10, 70-72; discovery, 9, 166; 15, 75; 25, 41; 27, 35-49; 32, 126-127; bibliography, 27, -48-49; earthquake of 1872, 10, 20; earthquake origin of Yosemite, 10, 63-64; erosion origin of Yosemite, 10, 65; explorations by Prof. Joseph LeConte, 1870, 3, 27-51; federal jurisdiction, 5, 242-250, 268; 7, 129-130; 10, 143; field school, 1934, 20, 111; fish hatchery, 11, 9; flora, 6, 270-273; 26, 6-70; geology, 3, 35, 258; 7, 222-224; 8, 3-9; 9, 7-15, 136-147; 10, 62-77; 12, 224-236; 25, 45; see also Geological studies-Yosemite Valley; glacial origin of Yosemite, 3, 48-49, 258; 9, 7-15, 136-147; 10, 3, 62-77, 184-201; 12, 227-230; 21, 28; 23, 9-10; 29, 92-95; glaciers and moraines, 9, 7-15, 136-147; diagram, 10, 69; hanging valleys, 12, 231; history, 23, 11-19; 25, 41-44; 27, 35-49; 33, 64-76; Indians, 10, 202-209; 25, 41; Kings River Canyon from Yosemite, 1, 221-237; 2, 104-106; 20, 54-67; latitude, 12, 93; Yosemite National Park (cont.) LeConte Memorial lectures, 11, 9-10; map, 12, 228; Mono Pass route, 15, 113-115; John Muir in Yosemite in 1872, 23, 4-8; origin of name, 10, 203; 12, 146, 147; overdevelopment and overcrowded conditions, 33, 79-86; 34, 33-36; recession to federal control, 5, 242-250, 268, 311, 328; 6, 58-61; 8, 229-230; 10, 143; 23, 13; roads, 6, 262-263; 7, 127-128; sequoia planting, 9, 201-203; Sierra Club lodge, ill., 10, 142; 29, 46-47; trail projects, 25, 110-112; Tuolumne Pass route to Tuolumne Meadows, 5, 314-316; waterfalls, 6, 307-309; 7, 88; see also Bridalveil Fall, Eagle Peak Falls (extinct), Illilouette Fall, Nevada Fall, Ribbon Fall, Snow Creek Falls, Vernal Fall, Yosemite Falls; wild flowers, 6, 270-273; 26, 68-70; winds, 8, 89-95; ill., 3, 1, 32, 35, 37, 41, 43, 45, 47; 6, 307; -7, 169; 8, 89, 132, 249, 264; 10, 69, 195; 11, 168, 169; 12, 224; 16, 1; 30, 46-47; see also Yosemite National Park

Young, Mt., 12, 147; 20, 108-109; 26, 111, 112; 32, 80; ill., 22, 14-15

Young Lake, 10, 291; 12, 147; 25, 113; ill., 10, 285, 289

Yunque de Luquilio (Puerto Rico), 27, 134

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Zabriskie Point (Death Valley), ill., 17, 67

Zamelodia, see Grosbeak, Black-headed

Zillertal (Austria), 12, 289-292; ill., 12, 289

Zion National Park and National Monument (Utah), 10, 338-339; 11, 6, 317-318; ascent of East Temple, 23, 112-114; ascent of West Temple, 19, 38-41; ill., 10, 336, 337, 340, 341; 19, 46-47

Zumwalt Meadow, 12, 147; 21, 91; ill., 26, 14-15


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