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| The Yosemite (1912)
|Chapter 1: The Approach to the Valley→|
Library of Congress: LC-PSA LC-PN19
Affectionately dedicated to my friend,
Robert Underwood Johnson,
faithful lover and defender of our glorious forests
and originator of the Yosemite National Park.
On the early history of Yosemite the writer is indebted to Prof. J. D. Whitney for quotations from his volume entitled “Yosemite Guide-Book,” and to Dr. Bunnell for extracts from his interesting volume entitled “Discovery of the Yosemite.”
- Chapter 1: The Approach to the Valley
- Chapter 2: Winter Storms and Spring Floods
- Chapter 3: Snow-Storms
- Chapter 4: Snow Banners
- Chapter 5: The Trees of the Valley
- Chapter 6: The Forest Trees in General
- Chapter 7: The Big Trees
- Chapter 8: The Flowers
- Chapter 9: The Birds
- Chapter 10: The South Dome
- Chapter 11: The Ancient Yosemite Glaciers: How the Valley Was Formed
- Chapter 12: How Best to Spend One’s Yosemite Time
- Chapter 13: Early History of the Valley
- Chapter 14: Lamon
- Chapter 15: Galen Clark
- Chapter 16: Hetch Hetchy Valley
- Appendix A: Legislation About the Yosemite
- Appendix B: Table of Distances
- Appendix C: Maximum Rates for Transportation
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