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SIERRA CLUB BULLETIN, VOL. X.

Author

Title

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BADÈ, WILLIAM FREDERIC To Higher Sierras

38
BARRELL, JOSEPH
Grove Karl Gilbert: An Appreciation

397

BRADLEY, CORNELIUS BEACH ..A Reference List to John Muir's Newspaper

Articles

55

The Junipers of Lake Valley

298

BRYCE, JAMES

. A Message and Appreciation

COLBY, WM. E.

.John Muir, President of the Sierra Club

DORAN, JENNIE ELLIOTT

A Bibliography of John Muir

41

GRINXELL, JOSEPH

The Yosemite Cony-A Chapter in the Natural

History of the Yosemite National Park 159

HACKETT, C. NELSON

Via Deer Creek

179

JEPSON, WILLIS LINN

The White Mountains of California

282

JOHNSON, ROBERT UNDERWOOD ..John Muir as I Knew Him

9

JORDAN, A. L.

.Knapsacking in the Kings-San Joaquin Region 292

JORDAN, DAVID STARR

.John Muir

8

KEELER, CHARLES

Recollections of John Muir

16

KELLOGG, CHARLOTTE HOFFMAN .. The Burial of John Muir

15

KELLOGG, MARY FRANCES Muir Lodge: An Appreciation

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LE CONTE, JOSEPH N.

The Sierra Club

135

Record of an Early Exploration of Tenaya

Cañon

276

MARSHALL, ROBERT B.

.John Muir

23

MCALLISTER, ELLIOTT
Ten Volumes of Publications (1892 to 1917)

152

MERRIAM, C. HART

To the Memory of John Muir

146

Indian Village and Camp Sites in Yosemite

Valley

Grove Karl Gilbert, the Man

391

MILLS, ENOS

John Muir

25

MONROE, HARRIET

An Appreciation

MUIR, JOHN

Studies in the Sierra:

II. Mountain Sculpture, Origin of Yosemite

Valleys

62

III. Ancient Glaciers and Their Pathways 184

IV. Glacial Denudation

304

V. Post-Glacial Denudation

414

MULFORD, WALTER

The War-Zone Forest of the Kern

155

OSBORN, HENRY FAIRFIELD John Muir

29

PARSONS, MARION RANDALL .....John Muir and the Alaska Book

33

A Week Around Mount Robson

269

PHOUTRIDES, ARISTIDES E. . Mountain Climbers

286

RICHARDSON, D, R.

.Professor Joe

400

SARGENT, CHARLES SPRAGUE John Muir

37

STORER, TRACY I.

The Yosemite Cony-A Chapter in the Natural

History of the Yosemite National Park 159

SWARTH, HARRY S.

. Some Sierran Chipmunks

401

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CXXX. John Muir

CXXXI. A Lesson on the Trail from John Muir

CXXXII. John Muir in the Big Arroyo Camp, Kern Cañon, 1908

5

CXXXIII. John Muir

8

CXXXIV. John Muir

CXXXV. Charles Keeler, John Muir, William Keith, Francis Fisher Browne

and John Burroughs

16

CXXXVI. Pencil Sketch of the Pacific Glacier, in Glacier Bay, from John

Muir's Alaska Notebooks

17

CXXXVII. Forest of Magnificent Silver Firs

24

CXXXVIII. Young Mountain Hemlock

25

CXXXIX. Pencil Sketch of the Alaska Fiords, from John Muir's Alaska

Notebooks

32

CXL. John Muir at Home, September, 1913

33

CXLI. John Muir Among the Pines

40

CXLII. Pencil Sketches of Totems from the Old Stickeen Village, from

John Muir's Alaska Notebooks

41

CXLIII. Pencil Sketch of Dease Lake, from John Muir's Alaska Notebooks

CXLIV. Pencil Sketch from John Muir's Alaska Notebooks

49

CXLV. Muir Lodge

60

CXLVI. Pencil Sketches of Totems from the New Stickeen Village, from

John Muir's Alaska Notebooks

61

CXLVII. The Parsons Memorial Lodge, Tuolumne Meadows

80

CXLVIII. Interior of Parsons Memorial Lodge during Construction

81

Parsons Memorial Lodge, Closed for the Winter

81

CXLIX. Parsons Memorial Lodge during Construction

88

CL. Building Suspension Bridge over Piute Creek near Pavilion Dome.. 89

Construction Work on John Muir Trail-Trail near Seldon Pass,

North of Blaney Meadows

89

CLI. Changes in Crater of Mount Lassen:

June 28, 1914. View across ancient crater from southern rim,

showing new crater with escaping steam

May 27, 1915. From approximately same position, showing cha-

otic mass of old lava uplifted and filling the former craters 96

CLII. Destruction of Timber by Mud-Flow from Mt. Lassen

97

CLIII. Along the Route of John Muir Trail:

Seven Gables from Bear Creek

104

Evolution Lake

104

CLIV. Along the Route of John Muir Trail:

Mount Abbott from Mono Pass

105

Colby Meadow

105

CLV. Head of Deer Creek Cañon, Looking toward Middle Fork

135

CLVI. John Muir's First Letter about the Sierra Club

CLVII. First Headquarters of the Sierra Club in Yosemite Valley (1898).. 142

CLVIII. Le Conte Memorial Lodge

143

Parsons Memorial Lodge

143

CLIX. Timber Line and Adjacent Forest (Foxtail Pine) between East

Fork of Kern River and Tyndall Creek

158

CLX. White-Bark Pine, near John Muir Trail, Shepard Creek Cañon 159

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