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Historic Yosemite National Park

Author : Tracy Salcedo
ISBN : 9781493018123
Genre : Nature
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The history of Yosemite National Park is as compelling as the waterfalls, monoliths, and peaks that have mesmerized visitors for more than a century. But what hikers see today in the iconic Yosemite Valley, as well as on the peaks in the high country and within the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees, is a world away from the place Native Americans once called Ahwahnee, and from what gold-seekers and mountain men looked upon in the park’s earliest days. Historic Yosemite National Park is a vibrant collection of stories about different aspects of Yosemite National Park’s fascinating history, from the conservation works of pivotal characters such as writer John Muir and photographer Ansel Adams to the daring exploits of rock climbers and the natural forces that have shaped Yosemite’s stunning vistas. These stories reveal why Yosemite National Park has inspired humankind for centuries.

Historic Denali National Park

Author : Tracy Salcedo
ISBN : 149302891X
Genre : Nature
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The national park that boasts the highest mountain in North America has known human habitation for at least 11,000 years. But it wasn't until 1906 that conservationists proposed a bill, which finally passed in 1917, to preserve the Denali region as a national park. Historic Denali National Park is a vibrant narrative that covers different parts of the park's history, from the Native Americans and the early explorers to park visitors today. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Denali National Park and learn more about one of America's greatest treasures.

Historic Acadia National Park

Author : Catherine Schmitt
ISBN : 9781493018147
Genre : Nature
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If parks could speak, what would they say? Historic Acadia National Park is a vibrant collection of true stories that share different aspects of Acadia National Park’s history. From its glacial origins, to its rising peaks near the tourist-town Bar Harbor, Acadia has a unique and fascinating history for Down Easters and tourists alike. Many of the tales focus on some of Maine's most famous land formations including Pulpit Rock, Sargent Mountain Pond, Mount Desert Rock, Otter Creek, and even the Trenton Bridge. Learn about the people who first walked these woods and how Acadia National Park evolved into the national treasure it is today.

Discovery Of The Yosemite And The Indian War Of 1851 Illustrated

Author : Lafayette Houghton Bunnell
ISBN : 9788822829214
Genre : History
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Written by the medical officer of the Mariposa Battalion, the first group of Euro-Americans ever to enter Yosemite Valley, the book chronicles a number of key historical events beginning in 1851 including discovery, the Yosemite Indian conflicts, the naming of various landmarks and more. And what makes it so valuable is Dr. Bunnell's first-person perspective.

Weekly Compilation Of Presidential Documents

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ISBN : UCR:31210014044687
Genre : Government publications
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The National Park Architecture Sourcebook

Author : Harvey H. Kaiser
ISBN : 1568987420
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 48. 25 MB
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"In one accessible, engaging, and easy-to-use volume readers will find historical context, directions, factual information, and analytical architectural analysis for more than two hundred places of interest across the United States. The traveler (armchair, behind the wheel, or on foot), the researcher (seeking a comprehensive view of some of America's greatest ideas and accomplishments), and the architect and landscape architect (seeking sources of inspiration) will find a rewarding journey inside this book."--BOOK JACKET.

Best Of California S Missions Mansions And Museums

Author : Ken McKowen
ISBN : 9780899973982
Genre : Travel
File Size : 49. 10 MB
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This two-color traveler’s companion features more than 130 of California’s best missions, mansions, and museums. In addition to insider information on many of the destinations, the guide features themed tours that will appeal to tourists and armchair travelers alike, history buffs, as well as teachers and parents. Every entry details the highlights of a particular place and includes operating hours, entrance fees, location, a phone number, and website information. Themed tours range from famous Californians, to lighthouses, ghost towns, and much more. This guidebook is a must-have for anyone interested in California's eclectic history.

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