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CLXI. A Cony at the Margin of Its Rock-Slide Home

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A Typical Observation-Post of the Cony

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CLXII. Tai Shan, the Sacred Mountain of China

166

CLXIII. A Giant Foxtail Pine on Slope of Red Spur

167

CLXIV. Little Kern Lake

170

CLXV. A Rest on the Descent of Sawtooth

171

CLXVI. Moraine Lake

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CLXVII. The Crest of the Sierra, Looking South from Mt. Whitney

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CLXVIII. On the John Muir Trail

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CLXIX. East Vidette, from the Face of Kearsarge Pinnacles

179

CLXX. Nine-Lake Basin, at the Head of Big Arroyo

182

CLXXI. Head of Roaring River Canon

CLXXII. At the Foot of Kearsarge Pinnacles

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CLXXIII. Pothole Lake and University Peak

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CLXXIV. Up Big Arroyo, from Rim above Moraine Lake

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CLXXV. On the John Muir Trail

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CLXXVI. Mount Brewer

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CLXXVII. The Kings-Kern Divide and Kearsarge Pinnacles from Mount

Gould

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CLXXVIII. On the John Muir Trail

... 214

CLXXIX. On the John Muir Trail

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CLXXX. Suspension Bridge across Middle Fork of Kings River at Simpson

Meadows ...

CLXXXI. The Palisade Group from the South

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CLXXXII. Mount Clark

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CLXXXIII. Mount McClure and Mount Lyell, from Summit of Florence

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CLXXXIV. Lake Chelan

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CLXXXV. Hotel Field, Head of Lake Chelan

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CLXXXVI. Robson and Tumbling Glacier

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CLXXXVII. Emperor Falls and Siope of Robson

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CLXXXVIII. North Side of Mount Robson

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CLXXXIX. Southwest from Crest of Mount Pam

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CXC. Robson and Resplendent from Mount Pam

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CXCI. Caribou, Valley of Calumet Creek

280

CXCII. Looking across Berg Lake

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CXCIII. Legends for Figures: Fig. I

284

CXCIV.
Fig. 2

284

CXCV. Camp at Young Lake

285

CXCVI. Camp in Virginia Cañon, below Shepherd Crest

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CXCVII. Ragged Peak and Young Lake

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CXCVIII. Conness Glacier from the Mountain Summit

CXCIX. Fourth Recess, from the Mono Trail

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CC. Young Juniper, Glen Alpine

300

CCI. Old Juniper, over ten feet at base

304

CCII. Big Twin Juniper

301

CCIII. Porcupine, Piute Creek

296

CCIV. Giant Juniper in Cathedral Cañon, Yosemite National Park ..... 305

CCV. Peak near Long Lake

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CCVI. Unique Tamarack Pine Growth

328

CCVII. One of the Exquisite Lakes in Ten Lake Basin

329

CCVIII. Summit of Mount San Jacinto

332

CCIX. Grove of Palms at Mouth of Andreas Cañon, an Old Indian

Camp-Ground

332

CCX. Spearhead

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CCXI. Zion Cañon

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337 CCXIII. Zion Cañon-The Three Patriarchs

340 CCXIV. Zion Cañon-Court of the Patriarchs

341 CCXV. Looking up South Fork of San Joaquin River

344 CCXVI. Record of U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey

345 CCXVII. A Corner of the Wood Technology Laboratory, Division of Forestry, University of California

368 CCXVIII. Remains of the Coast and Geodetic Survey's Observatory

369 CCXIX. Record of Ascent of Mount Conness

369 CCXX. Grove Karl Gilbert

391 CCXXI. Mount Gilbert

394 CCXXII. Le Conte Memorial Lodge, December, 1918

395 CCXXIII. Alpine Chipmunk-natural size

402 CCXXIV. Sierra Golden-mantled Ground-squirrel Gathering Prune-Pits 403 Tahoe Chipmunk on Trunk of Yellow Pine

403 CCXXV. Long-Eared Chipmunk CCXXVI. Mount Brewer, Kearsarge Pinnacles and Lakes

407 CCXXVII. Ten Lake Basin, Yosemite National Park

414 CCXXVIII. Ten Lake Basin, Yosemite National Park

415 CCXXIX. Junction Pass, John Muir Trail (elevation 13,300 ft.)

422 CCXXX. Upper Kern Lake and Tower Rock, Kern River Canon

423 CCXXXI. President Roosevelt at the Base of the Grizzly Giant, Mariposa Grove

430 CCXXXII. Rae Lake, Headwaters of South Fork of Kings River

431 CCXXXIII. First Lieutenant Robert S. Gillett

434 CCXXXIV. Lambert's Old Cabin

435 CCXXXV. Mountain Lion Cub ten days old

442 Mrs. Sovulewski with one of the mountain lion cubs she raised on a bottle in Yosemite Valley

442 CCXXXVI. A Pause above the Wapite

443 A Two-Foot Cottonwood Cut by Beavers

443 CCXXXVII. Head of Lyell Fork, Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite National Park. 446 CCXXXVIII. Mount Ritter and Banner Peak from Shadow Lake

447 CCXXXIX. Cathedral Peak and Unnamed Lake

470 CCXL. German Army Order

471 CCXLI. Male Mountain Lion two-thirds grown-eight months old CCXLII. Tenaya Peak and Lake Tenaya

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