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Arizona State University

1974 32.6 25th Arizona Town Hall, October, 1974; The problems of transportation, people and products. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 71 pp. (25th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon.)

1975 32.7 27th Arizona Town Hall; The problem of crime in Arizona: how do we solve it? Research report, prepared by Arizona State University, Center of Criminal Justice. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 210 pp. (27th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1975.)

1976 32.8 29th Town Hall; Arizona's economy--yesterday, today, and tomorrow: Research report, prepared by Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona; sponsored by the Arizona Academy. Phoenix: Arizona Academy, 117 pp. (29th Arizona Town Hall, Grand Canyon, 1976.)

1995 21.108 Conflict of water and fire; remote sensing imagery of the Uinkaret volcanic field, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Presentation at Fifth Annual JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, Pasadena, California, January 23-26, 1995. (National Technical Information Service, N95-33795/2NEG.)
Arizona Supreme Court

1904 13.2588 (8 Ariz. 341) Buggeln v. Doe, Dist. Atty. (Supreme Court of Arizona. March 26, 1904.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 76, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Court of Appeals of Colorado. Permanent edition. April 25-July 4, 1904. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., p. 458. (National Reporter System.--State Series.) [E. M. Doe.]

1907 13.2587 (11 Ariz. 200) Buggeln et al. v. Cameron et al. (Supreme Court of Arizona. May 25, 1907.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 90, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Courts of Appeal of California. Permanent edition. June 10-August 12, 1907. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 324-328. (National Reporter System.--State Series.)

1908 13.2564 Grand Canyon R. Co. v. Treat, Treasurer, etc., et al. (Supreme Court of Arizona. March 27, 1908.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 95, containing all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Courts of Appeal of California. Permanent edition. May 11-June 29, 1908. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 187-192. (National Reporter System.--State Series.) [Grand Canyon Railroad Co. v. J. R. Treat, treasurer and ex officio tax collector of Coconino County.]

1910 13.2591 (Civil No. 989. Filed March 25, 1907.) (90 Pac. 324.) Martin Buggeln et al., plaintiffs and appellants, v. Miles J. Cameron et al., defendants and appellees. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports and cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona from March, 1907, to March, 1908. Volume eleven. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 200-212.

1911 13.2616 (Civil No. 1080. Filed March 20, 1909.) (100 Pac. 820.) Elmer H. Duffield, petitioner, v. Henry F. Ashurst, as District Attorney of Coconino County, Arizona Territory, respondent. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports and cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona from March, 1908, to March , 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 360-372.

1911 13.2858 (Civil No. 1032. Filed March 27, 1908.) (95 Pac. 187.) Grand Canyon Railway Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. J. R. Treat, as Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, and the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, Defandants and Appellees. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. From March, 1908, to March, 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 69-84.

1911 13.2859 (Civil No. 1032. Filed march 20, 1909.) (100 Pac. 438.) J. R. Treat, as Treasurer and Ex Officio Tax Collector of the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, and the County of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, Defandants and Appellants, v. Grand Canyon Railway Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff and Appellee. In: Dunseath, James R. (reporter), Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. From March, 1908, to March, 1909. Volume twelve. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 117-118.

1918 13.2601 (19 Ariz. 246) Cameron v. Bass. (No. 1534.) (Supreme Court of Arizona. Nov. 8, 1917.) In: The Pacific Reporter, Volume 168, Permanent edition, comprising all the decisions of the Supreme Courts of California, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and of the Courts of Appeal of California and Criminal Court of Appeals of Oklahoma. November 19, 1917-January 7, 1918. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., pp. 645-648. [Tresspassing injunction.]

1919 13.2600 (Civil No. 1534. Filed November 8, 1917.) (168 Pac. 645.) Ralph Cameron, Appellant, v. W. W. Bass, Appellee. In: Birdsall, Alice M. (reporter), Report of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona from May 19, 1917, to July 19, 1918. Volume 19. San Francisco: Bancroft-Whitney Co., pp. 246-254. [Tresspassing injunction.]
Arizona Territorial Board of Equalization

1910 2.19307 Proceedings of the Territorial Board of Equalization of Arizona. June, 1910. [No imprint.] [See "Grand Canyon Railway Company", pp. 17-18.]

1911 2.19308 Proceedings of the Territorial Board of Equalization of Arizona. June, 1911. [No imprint.] [See "Grand Canyon Railway Company", pp. 21-22.]
Arizona Territory, Legislative Assembly

1868 13.3210 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Fourth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the fourth day of September, and ended on the seventh day of October, A. D. 1867, at Prescott. Prescott: Office of the Arizona Miner. [See p. 24: "An Act for the removal of the county seat of Pah Ute County" (removed from Callville to St. Thomas, both now in the State of Nevada); and "An Act permitting agriciultural products grown on the Colorado River bottom within Californ ia to be sold in the Territory of Arizona without license."]

1889 13.2788 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Fifteenth Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the twenty-first day of January, A. D. 1889. Prescott: Office of the Courier, 119 pp. [See pp. 54-55, "No. 28. An Act. To Encourage the Construction of Railroads to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado."]

1903 13.2874 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-second Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the nineteenth day of January, A. D. 1903; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: H. H. McNeil Co. [See pp. 182-183: "No. 1. House Memorial." in opposition to a bill then "pending before the Congress of the United States providing the for annexation to the State of Utah of all that portion of the Territory of Arizona lying north and west of the Colorado river . . . ."

1905 13.2878 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-third Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the sixteenth day of January, A. D. 1905; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: H. H. McNeil Co. [See Memorial II (pp. 156-157), in opposition to a bill then pending for the U.S. Congress "for the annexation to the State of Utah of all that portion of the Territory of Arizona lying north and west of the Colorado river . . . ."]

1909 13.2875 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the Twenty-fifth Leglislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the eighteenth day of January, A. D. 1909; Phoenix, Arizona. Phoenix: McNeil Co., Printers. [See: Memorial V (p. 224), in support of House Resolution 22093, "a Bill 'Granting Right of Way over certain Sections of the Grand Canyon Monument Reserve in Arizona, to the Grand Canyon Scenic Railroad Company.'"; Memorial VI (pp. 224-225), favoring the cancellation of land allotments to the Navajo west of the Little Colorado River; Memorial VIII (pp. 227-228), favoring "the Acquisition of Certain Territory from the Government of Mexico, and Annexing the Same to the Territory of Arizona", in the Colorado River region; Memorial IX (pp. 228-229), in opposition to U.S. Congress bills on the annexation of Arizona territory north and west of the Colorado River to Utah; Memorial X (pp. 229-231), favoring petitions relating to the rights of navigation on the lower Colorado River in Mexico; Memorial XII, in favor of a U.S. congressional appropriation of $200,000 for the contrution of a wagon bridge across the Colorado River at Yuma".]
Arizona Territory. Legislative Assembly.

1883 12.3476 Memorial No. 8. In: Laws of the Territory of Arizona[,] Twelfth Legislative Assembly; also, Memorials and Resolutions. Prescott: Daily and Weekly Arizona Miner, Steam-Printing Office, pp. 301-302. ["Resolved, That our Delegate to Congress be requested to use every honorable effort to secure from the general government an appropriation of one hundred and twenty-five thousand ($125,000) dollars, to be used in improving the navigation of the Colorado River between Fort Yuma and a point thirty miles above Rioville, the junction of the Virgin and Colorado Rivers, under the proper management of competent engineers, for the purpose of making said stream permanently navigable between the points above named."]

1897 12.3225 The prison contract. In: Journals of the nineteenth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Sesison begun on the eighteenth day of January, A. D. 1897. Phoenix: Herald Book and Job Print., p. 64 ff. [Regarding the use of labor from the Territorial Prison at Yuma under a contract system with the Arizona Improvement Company, for work on canals and their appurtenant works.]
Arizona Trail Association

2003 25.193 39; Grand Canyon North Rim. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 39 of the Arizona Trail. Map produceed by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.194 40a; Kaibab Plateau South S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 40a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau South passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.195 40b; Kaibab Plateau South N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 40b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau South passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.196 41a; Kaibab Plateau Central S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 41a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau Central passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.197 41b; Kaibab Plateau Central N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 41b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau Central passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.198 42a; Kaibab Plateau North S. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 42a of the Arizona Trail, southern portion of Kaibab Plateau North passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.199 42b; Kaibab Plateau North N. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 42b of the Arizona Trail, northern portion of Kaibab Plateau North passage. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2003 25.200 43; Buckskin Mountain. [Phoenix]: Arizona Trail Association. [Topographic map of passage 43 of the Arizona Trail. Map produced by U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona State office of Mapping Sciences, and Public Information and Resources Group.]

2010 2.12568 Arizona Trail; America's new National Scenic Trail; special edition newsletter, 2010. Phoenix: Arizona Trail Association, [8] pp.

2011 2.15039 Gateway communities; special edition newsletter, 2011. Phoenix: Arizona Trail Association, [8] pp.
Arizona Water Institute

2006 12.3583 Enhancing water supply reliability; an interdisciplinary research project to enhance predictive capacity on the Colorado River. Final report Phase I. [Tucson]: Arizona Water Institute, for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 112 pp. (Memorandum of transmittal from Katharine Jacobs, Arizona Water Institute, on behalf of Bonnie Colby, Bart Nijssen, Dave Meko, and Peter Troch, University of Arizona.)
Arizona Wilderness Alliance

2005 13.2287 Arizona Wilderness Alliance. In: Mixed Reviews; some other opinions [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 7(2)(Winter):18-19. [Colorado River Management Plan.]
Arizona Wilderness Coalition

2002 13.3108 Grand Canyon-Parashant and Vermilion Cliffs National Monuments; wilderness proposal. [No place]: Arizona Wilderness Coalition, 275 pp.
Arizona, Ecological Services Office; and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southwest Regional Office

2012 11.3494 Endangered and Threatened wildlife and plants; designation of Revised Critical Habitat for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Federal Register, 77(134)(July 12):41147-41161.
Arizona, Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee

2009 15.540 Arizona Interagency Radio System (AIRS) State Plan; Standard operating procedures and national interoperability shared channels. [No imprint], 28 pp.
Arizona-Colorado River Conference Committee

1923 12.478 Statement before the Federal Power Commission by the Arizona-Colorado River Conference Committee concerning the development and utilization of the resources of the Colorado River. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 17 pp. FQ8:68 Guidon 23
Arizona. Governor's Drought Task Force

2004 12.4193 Arizona Drought Preparedness Plan; background and impact assessment section. [Phoenix]: Governor's Drought Task force, separately paginated sections [388 pp. total].
Arizona. Legislature

1918 13.2929 Session laws of Arizona (Grand Canyon National Park). Acts, resolutions and memorials of the First Special Session, Third Legislature, of the State of Arizona. [No imprint], 121 pp.
Arizona. Legislature.

1921 13.3211 Acts, resolutions and memorials of the regular session, Fourth Legislature of the State of Arizona. Tucson: Acme Printing Co. ("Publication Authorized . . . 1919. Re-publication Authorized . . . 1921.") [See p. 243: "Chapter 145. (House Bill No. 178.) An Act providing for the builidng of a road in Mohave County to be known as the Arizona section of the Arrowhead Trail and making an appropriation therefore." Approved March 22, 1919.]
Arizona. Mohave County

no date 13.3084 Diamond Bar Road corridor improvements; providing for the present--ensuring the future. Submitted to US DOT TIGER 2 grant request for Mohave County, Arizona, in partnership with the Hualapai Nation and the US DOT. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, 16 pp. + Appendix A, separately paginated sections [296 pp. total]. [Appendix A title page: "Diamond Bar Road Corridor Improvements, Mohave County and the Hualapai Tribal Nationa, TIGER II Grant Application".]

no date 17.1345 Diamond Bar Road corridor improvements; providing for the present--ensuring the future. Submitted to US DOT TIGER 2 grant request for Mohave County, Arizona, in partnership with the Hualapai Nation and the US DOT. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, 16 pp. + Appendix A, separately paginated sections [296 pp. total]. [Appendix A title page: "Diamond Bar Road Corridor Improvements, Mohave County and the Hualapai Tribal Nationa, TIGER II Grant Application".]

2009 17.1341 TIGER discretionary grant application; Mohave County, Arizona; Diamond Bar Road; providing for the environment, tourism, recreational access, private enterprise, interstate commerce, employment and economic stability. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, TIGER Discretionary Grants Program Manager, 23 pp. + appendices [64 pp. total]. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2009 13.2636 TIGER discretionary grant application; Mohave County, Arizona; Diamond Bar Road; providing for the environment, tourism, recreational access, private enterprise, interstate commerce, employment and economic stability. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, TIGER Discretionary Grants Program Manager, 23 pp. + appendices [64 pp. total]. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2011 13.2863 (with Hualapai Tribal Nation) TIGER discretionary grant application; proposed highway project; Diamond Bar Road reconstruction; providing for safety, mobility, commerce, employment, and environment. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, [ii], 18 pp. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2011 17.1342 (with Hualapai Tribal Nation) TIGER discretionary grant application; proposed highway project; Diamond Bar Road reconstruction; providing for safety, mobility, commerce, employment, and environment. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, [ii], 18 pp. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]

2012 17.1343 (with Hualapai Tribal Nation) TIGER discretionary grant application; proposed highway project; Diamond Bar Road reconstruction; providing for safety, mobility, commerce, employment, and environment. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, [ii], 18 pp. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]
Arizona. Mohave County, Superior Court

1921 11.5100 Tom Reed Gold Mines v. United Eastern Company. Abstract of decision by the Superior Court of Mohave County, Arizona. Mining and Scientific Press, 122(20)(May 14):677-681.
Arizona. Mohave County.

2010 15.690 Mohave County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, 2010. [No imprint], separately paginated sections. [With seals displayed for Mohave County, Arizona; Bullhead City; Colorado City; City of Kingman; and Lake Havasu City.]
Arizona. Mohave County

2012 13.3083 (with Hualapai Tribal Nation) TIGER discretionary grant application; proposed highway project; Diamond Bar Road reconstruction; providing for safety, mobility, commerce, employment, and environment. [No place]: Mohave County, Arizona, submitted to U.S. Department of Transportation, [ii], 18 pp. [Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery.]
Arkins, John

2000 13.1579 ". . . we really appreciate your volunteer efforts . . ." In: Flipped out--Letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):36-37. [Ellipses are part of subsection title.]
Arldt, Th.

1907 11.2892 Ein neugebildeter grosser See. Naturwissenschaftliche Wochenschrift, new series, 6(17)(April 28):266-267. [Salton Sea.]
Arldt, Theodor

1919 21.100 Handbuch der Palaeogeographie. Band I: Palaeaktologie. Leipzig: Gebrüder Borntraeger, pp. 1-679. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1922 21.101 Handbuch der Palaeogeographie. Band II: Palaeogeographie. Leipzig: Gebrüder Borntraeger, pp. 681-1647. [Volume includes index for Bd. I, II.] >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Arline, Kenneth |New York Times|

1947 3.692 (June 1) The Southwest. Uranium deposits revealed in Colorado River basin. By Kenneth Arline. (p. E6) [Hack's Canyon.]
Arlt, A. W.

1954 12.2803 Hoover Dam, Boulder Canyon Project, Arizona-California-Nevada. In: Dams and control works. Denver: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 3rd ed., 33-46.
Armantrout, Brok

2005 13.3163 Boulder City Airport Master Plan/2020; a City of Boulder City aviation facility. Boulder City, Nevada: Boulder City Community Development Department, 58 [77] pp.
Arment, Chad, and Sucik, Nick

2002 19.2910 Dwarf horses of the Grand Canyon. North American BioFortean Review, 4(2)(9)(December):[78-80]. [Havasupai "pygmy" horses.]
Armentrout, David

1996 6.18 The biggest. Vero Beach, Florida: Rourke Press.
Armer, Laura Adams

1935 2.1160 Southwest. London, New York, and Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 224 pp.

1960 2.20733 Lee's Ferry in 1925. In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 23(8)(August):6. [In reply to article by Frank Jensen in June issue (see Item no. 2.3678).]

1960 19.4390 Tony the pony. Desert Magazine, 23(8)(August):12-13. [This "is the fifth in a series of articles by Mrs. Armer telling of her experiences in the land of the Navajos. This episode occurred in 1925." Includes photo (p. 12) with legend that repeats text from p. 13): "He [Mr. Armer] had been in Grand Canyon at the time certain very small ponies were found there. He photographed the finder and the ponies on the north bank of the canyon." Photograph depicts man with pony wrapped around his shoulders, standinig on edge of North Rim. Article does not discuss further.] [Miniature horses, so-called.] [See also Item no. 19.4391.]

1962 2.1161 In Navajo Land (photographs by Laura Adams Armer, Sidney Armer, and Austin Armer). New York: David McKay Co., Inc., 107 pp.
Armitage, A., and Girty, G. H.

1989 22.27 Composition of Colorado River sand: A standard for a complex foreland-uplift provenance. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 21(5):51. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Armitage, Alisa Lynn

1989 11.3267 Composition of Holocene Colorado River sand: An example of mixed-provenance sand derived from multiple tectonic elements of the Cordilleran continental margin. Master's thesis, San Diego State University, 169 pp.
Armitage, Merle

1952 2.8749 Armitage, Merle 1952 ¨2.8749 The railroads of America. [No place]: "Duell, Sloan and Pearce-Little, Brown", 320 pp. (see pp. 108-109).
Armstead, Lloyd D.

1990 9.36 Whitewater rafting in western North America: A guide to rivers and professional outfitters. Chester, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press, 331 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-5<

1997 9.37 Whitewater rafting in North America; more than 100 river adventures in the United States and Canada. Old Saybrook, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press, 2nd ed., 268 pp.
Armstrong Consultants

1997 17.843 Airport master plan for Grand Canyon West Airport; draft report. Grand Junction, Colorado: Armstrong Consultants, Inc., for Hualapai Indian Nation, Peach Springs, Arizona, separately paginated parts.
Armstrong, Albert H.

1906 2.7565 Four of America's famous places of interest. Modern Women, 9(6)(May):169. [Grand Canyon included in one-page pictorial.]
Armstrong, August K., and Holcomb, Lee D.

1989 21.102 Stratigraphy, facies and paleotectonic history of Mississippian rocks in the San Juan Basin of northwestern New Mexico and adjacent areas. In: Anderson, Orin J., Lucas, Spencer G., Love, David W., and Cather, Steven M. (eds.), Southeastern Colorado Plateau. New Mexico Geological Society, 40th Annual Field Conference, Guidebook, pp. 159-166. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Armstrong, Bob

1997 13.2742 Public Land Order No. 7300; Revocation of two Secretarial orders dated November 18, 1904, and April 26, 1916; Arizona. Federal Register, 62(237)(December 10):65091. [Regarding Bureau of Reclamation's Little Colorado Project in Coconino and Navajo Counties, which has not been developed.]
Armstrong, Breckenridge

1922 2.1162 Extracts from journal of trip to Zion National Park, southern Utah, Kaibab forest in northern Arizona, North Rim of Grand Cañon, and across the Cañon to the South Rim. Sierra Club Bulletin, 11:317-319. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Armstrong, Brian Q.

2004 13.2725 Environmental Assessment for the Air Tour Management Plan program at Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Federal Register, 69(74)(April 16):20659-20660.
Armstrong, Edward Ambler

1922 2.16672 The Sinaites; a chronicle of happy days. Princeton, New Jersey: "Printed for private circulation", 188 [190] pp. [See p. 64, comparison of Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River; p. 126, Grand Canyon, in passing; pp. 127-128, Grand Canyon (including "El Trovar" [sic]).]
Armstrong, James Brackston

1971 10.61 Field trip guide to a Colorado River excursion: Lee's Ferry to Phantom Ranch. Master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin. [Author's M.Ed. report.]
Armstrong, Laura

2011 2.15297 [Comments.] In: Memories and photos from the 2011 GTS river trip. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(2)(Summer):16. [Guides Training Seminar.]
Armstrong, LeRoy

1893 7.657 Sergeant Gore. (Illustrations by W. L. Metcalf.) In: Stories of the Army. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, pp. 109-138. (Stories From Scribner.) [Assignment to Fort Yuma, in passing, pp. 114, 129. No pertinent illustration.]
Armstrong, Margaret

1912 2.1163 Canyon and glacier. Overland Monthly, new series, 59(2):95-104. >Mon. 8: 1-10< FQ15:16 [facsimile reprint]

1915 19.182 (in collaboration with J. J. Thornber) Field book of western wild flowers. New York and London: C. P. Putnam’s Sons [sic, G. P. Putnam’s Sons] (The Knickerbocker Press), 596 pp., 48 colored plates. [Grand Canyon throughout.] FQ13:17A [1st], 17B [1931 printing] FQ14:6 FQ15:17A [1st], 17B ["later printing"]
Armstrong, Norma

2012 28.942 [Grand Wash Cliffs with snow.] Meadview Monitor, (January/February):1.
Armstrong, Phillip A.; Perez, Rene; Owen, Lewis A.; and Finkel, Robert C.

2010 11.1634 Timing and controls on late Quaternary landscape development along the eastern Sierra El Mayor range front in northern Baja California, Mexico. Geomorphology, 114(3):415-430.
Armstrong, R. L.

1969 21.103 Geochronology of the eastern Basin and Range province, eastern Nevada and western Utah and the Colorado Plateau, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. Geological Society of America, Abstracts for 1969, Part 5, p. 2. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Armstrong, W. P.

1980 11.3366 Sand food: A strange plant of the Algodones Dunes. Fremontia, 7(4):3-9.

1980 11.3367 More about sand food. Fremontia, 8(2):30-31.
Armstrong, William Patrick

2000 2.7616 Fred Harvey; creator of western hospitality. Bellemont, Arizona: Canyonlands Publications, 30 pp. FQ17:24
Arnal, Robert E.

1958 11.3270 Rhizopoda from the Salton Sea, California. Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, Contributions, 9(2):36-45.

1961 11.72 Limnology, sedimentation, and microorganisms of the Salton Sea, California. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 72:427-478. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Arnberger, Robert

1994 13.413 The Grand Canyon; celebrate its past, invest in its future. In: Grand Canyon Trust, in association with Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon; toward a geography of hope. Proceedings, Grand Canyon National Park 75th Anniversary Symposium, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, October 6-8, 1994, pp. 7-12.

1994 13.414 Closing thoughts on ecosystem managment. In: Grand Canyon Trust, in association with Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon; toward a geography of hope. Proceedings, Grand Canyon National Park 75th Anniversary Symposium, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, October 6-8, 1994, pp. 151-156.

1995 13.415 The Grand Canyon: Celebrate its past; invest in its future. Closing thoughts on ecosystem management. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 11(1):8-11.

1995 13.416 [Comments on Senate field hearings at Grand Canyon National Park.] Grand Canyon Field Notes (Center for Resource Interpretation, Grand Canyon National Park), (5)(October 16):[1-2]. [N.B.: Running head erroneously gives number of issue as 4, with October 1 date.]

1999 13.2693 Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, AZ. Federal Register, 64(109)(June 8):30541. ["Notice is hereby given that a proposal for a cellular communication site at Grand Canyon National Park has been received. The company proposes installing and operating a wireless telecommunications facility on the existing tower of US WEST at Grand Canyon Village of the park."]
Arndorfer, Mary Ellen

1994 2.1164 Graffiti in Grand Canyon. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(1):6.

1995 2.1165 Arizona Raft Adventures; no rest in the "Big Ditch". Paddle Dealer, (September):58-59. (Guide and Outfitter Profile.)

1997 2.1166 Calling all canyonites. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(3):3.

1998 4.45 Karen Hasse Ticknor, 1954-1998. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(3)(Summer):13. [Ticknor, Karen Hasse (1954-1998)]

1999 2.1167 C.Y.A. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(1)(Winter 1998-1999):6-7. ["Cover your ass"; item about retirement planning by river guides.]

1999 2.1168 Dugald Bremner Memorial Scholarship. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(1)(Winter 1998-1999):21.
Arndt, Chelsea

2013 2.19239 Chelsea Arndt, age 27. In: Guide Profiles [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(3)(Fall):6.
Arnett, Ross H., Jr.

1951 19.2081 A revision of the Nearctic Oedemeridae (Coleoptera). American Midland Naturalist, 45(2)(March):257-391.
Arney, B. H.; Goff, F. E.; and Eddy, A. C.

1985 21.104 Chemical, petrographic, and K-Ar age data to accompany reconnaissance geologic strip map from Kingman to south of Bill Williams, Arizona. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Report LA-10409-HDR-UC-66a, 26 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Arnold, Adelaide

1959 2.19770 Butcherknife Ike and the lost ship. In: Weight, Harold O., Lost ship of the desert; a legend of the Southwest. Twentynine Palms, California: Calico Press. [Relates to the legendary Spanish-era pearl ship said to have been stranded in the Salton Sea.]
Arnold, C. W.

1942 11.6056 Water birds influenced by irigation projects in the lower Colorado River valley. The Condor, 44(July):183-184.
Arnold, Frank A.

1909 19.3211 Collecting crooked sticks. Countryside Magazine, (August). [Naturally formed sticks forming the letters of the alphabet and numerals: "'J' was cut from a scrubby tree about fifty feet from the edge of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, in Arizona." (entire note)

1915 19.3212 Collecting crooked sticks. The Guide to Nature, 8(5)(October):156-157. [Reprinted from Countryside Magazine.]
Arnold, Frank R.

1926 2.1169 Utah piety on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Improvement Era, 29(8)(June):765-771.
Arnold, H. H.

1940 2.1170 Aerial color photography becomes a war weapon. National Geographic Magazine, 77(6)(June):757-766 [color plates I-VIII] (see pp. 762 [IV], 763 [V]). >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Arnold, John R.

1936 19.183 The house mouse in Grand Canyon National Park. Journal of Mammalogy, 17:292. >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1941 19.184 Western grasshopper sparrow at Grand Canyon, Arizona. Condor, 43:292-293. >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Arnold, Landis

2000 13.1580 Progress at last!...? In: Flipped out--Letters to the GCPBA. CRMP cancellation fallout. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(2)(Summer):32. [Punctuation thus.]

2000 13.1581 "This lawsuit really is quite necessary . . ." In: Flipped out--Letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):36. [Regarding Colorado River Management Plan. Ellipsis is part of subsection title.]
Arnold, Lowell J.

1927 2.1171 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Progressive Arizona and the Great Southwest, 5(1)(July):cover, 8-10, 31. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Arnold, Oren

1936 6.19 Wonders of the West; a book for young people, and all others who would know western America. Dallas, Texas: Banks Upshaw and Co., 229 pp.

1938 2.19893 Anything can happen--on the desert. (Scientific sketches by Reg Manning.) Desert Magazine, 1(7)(May):6-8. [See p. 7, "Case No. 4", new breed of Grand Canyon mule. Humor.]

1968 6.20 Young people's Arizona. San Antonio, Texas: Naylor Co., 128 pp.

1968 2.1172 Arizona under the sun (foreword by Barry Goldwater). Freeport, Maine: Bond Wheelright Co., 220 pp.
Arnold, Ralph

1907 11.73 The late history of the lower Colorado River [abstract]. Science, new series, 25:390-391. [Abstract of Lee (1906).] >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Arnold, Samuel P.

1995 2.1173 Choo-choo trains and lobster brains: memories of dining by rail. Cañon Journal, 1(2):60-64.
Arnold, Thomas Patrick

2007 21.6296 A theological evaluation of ten major creation theories. Ph.D. dissertation, Universiteit van die Vrystaat, Bloemfontein, 364 pp. [See section, "Preunderstandings of the Young Earth Creation Theory", pp. 93-96, which includes note of Creationist views of Grand Canyon geology.]
Arnott, J. W.

1899 2.13905 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 65.
Arnott, Ruth

1978 19.3259 [Letter.] From: Bullets for Burros? In: Letters [section]. Backpacker, 6(6)(December 1978/January 1979)(30):9. [In response to the article by Lionel A. Atwill, "Up to Our Ears in Asses", 6(4)(28).]
Aron, Cindy S.

1999 2.1174 Working at play; a history of vacations in the United States. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 324 pp. (see pp. 223-224, 238, 239, 309).
Aronson, Jeff

1991 14.23 Jumping Mice. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 4(2)(Summer):12-13. [Jumping Mouse Camp.]
Aronson, Jeffe

no date 13.417 Jeffe Aronson; former guide, entrepreneur, founder of Jumping Mouse (special population river trips). In: Perspectives on the Colorado River Management Plan. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 5. [Comments without other title. Mailed December, 1997.]

1988 13.418 [Letter to editor, on Colorado River Management Plan.] Grand Canyon River Guides [newsletter], 1(2)(November):2.

1993 4.46 Hosteen. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):9. [Interpreter, Ray ( -1993)]

1997 2.1175 The longest wait. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Assocication), 1(1):2.

1998 2.1176 Unsung heroes of a different sort. Mountain Living Magazine, 16(1):54-55. [Joe Biner.]

2000 13.1582 "This lawsuit really is quite necessary . . ." In: Flipped out--Letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):36. [Regarding Colorado River Management Plan. Ellipsis is part of subsection title.]

2001 13.1758 Pro the GCROA legislative attempt. In: Flipped Out--Letters to the GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(2)(Summer):36-37. [Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association. Letter to Sen. John McCain, regarding Amendment to 2002 Interior Appropriations Bill.]

2007 2.11263 Sinyalla fault, Grand Canyon--1984. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(3)(Fall):18-23. [Hike.]

2008 2.11471 High water of 1983. In: 1983; the 25th anniversary [feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):36-41.

2008 2.11744 1983 DVDs available. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(2)(Summer):47. [DVD of 1983 high water flows on the Colorado River.]

2011 16.693 The Ancient Ones of Grand Canyon. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(3)(Fall):24-26. [Personal essay.]
Aronsson, Gunnar

1982 21.109 (with an appendix by Krister Linde) Grand Canyon--a quantitative approach to the erosion and weathering of a stratified bedrock. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 7(6)(November/December):589-599. (Appendix, "Some morphological features of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona", pp. 593-598.) >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Arreguín Cortés, Felipe; López Pérez, Mario; and Gutiérrez Ramírez, José

2010 12.2687 La gestión del agua en la Cuenca del Río Colorado, un gran desafío para México y los Estados Unidos, ante la sequia y el cambia climático. In: XXI Congreso Nacional de Hidráulica, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, Octubre 2010, 5 pp.
Arreguín Cortés, Felipe; López Pérez, Mario; Gutiérrez Ramírez, José; and Rodríguez Rodríguez, Adriana

2011 12.4491 La gestión del agua en la Cuenca del Río Colorado, un gran desafío para México y los Estados Unidos, antes de la sequía y el cambio climático. In: UNESCO Programa Hidrológico Internacional, Hidrología para el Ambiente, la Vida y las Políticas-HELP; Memorias del Segundo Simposio Internacional; Construyendo Caminos de Conocimiento para un Futuro con Sostenibilidad Hídrica; Panamá, República de Panamá, 21-24 noviembre 2011. [No place]: Autoridad del Canal de Panamá, and United Nations Educational and Scientific and Cultural Organization, pp. 58-61.
Arreola, Roberto

2010 11.5725 (compiler) Vaquita marina. (Revised by Carlos Galindo Leal.) México: Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas, y Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, 5 pp.
Arrhenius, Olof W.

no date 2.15832 Stones speak and waters sing; the life and works of Gustaf Nordenskiold (Robert H. Lister and Florence C. Lister, eds., annotators). Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: Mesa Verde Museum Association, 90 pp. [1984-1986.] [Gustaf Nordenskiõld.] [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Arrhenius, Svante August

1903 21.4991 Lehrbuch der kosmischen Physik. Erster teil. Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1,026 pp. (see pp. 310, 421).
Arribas y Soria, Juan, and Velasco, Julian de

1792 2.17427 Encyclopedia metódica. Geografía moderna. (Francés al Castellano, translator.) Tomo Segundo. Madrid: Imprenta de Sancha, 643 pp. [See "España (La Nueva)", pp. 105-106.]

1792 2.17205 Encyclopedia metódica. Geografía moderna. (Francés al Castellano, translator.) Tomo Primero. Madrid: Imprenta de Sancha, 616 pp. [See "California", pp. 401-409.]

1792 2.18403 Encyclopedia metódica. Geografía moderna. (Francés al Castellano, translator.) Tomo Tercero. Madrid: Imprenta de Sancha, 671 pp. [See p. 617: "Rio Colorado, ó Rio del Norte, rio de la América septentrional, que divide al nuevo México de la nueva Navarra y de la California." (entire note)]
Arricivita, Juan Domingo

1792 2.13435 Crónica seráfica y apostólica del Colegio de Propaganda Fide de la Santa Cruz de Querétaro en la Nueva España, dedicada al Santísimo Patriarca el Señor San Joseph. Segunda parte. México: Felipe de Zúñiga y Ontiveros, 605 [613] pp.
Arrighi, Alessandro

2006 2.12009 Natura e città del Far West. Avventure Nel Mondo, 2006(1):66-68.
Arrington, Leonard J.

1956 2.16757 The Mormon cotton mission in southern Utah. Pacific Historical Review, 25(3)(August):221-238. [Includes notes on lower Colorado River.]

1966 2.1177 Inland to Zion; Mormon trade on the Colorado River, 1864-1867. Arizona and the West, 8(3):239-250. >Mon. 8: 1-55<
Arrow Publishing Company

1975 25.13 Flagstaff, Prescott, and northern Arizona. Distributed by Northern Arizona News Co., Flagstaff, scale 1:21,500.

1976 25.14 Metropolitan Phoenix, including state map of Arizona featuring Grand Canyon. Distributed by Strong's News Agency, Glendale, Arizona, scale approx. 1:44,500.
Arrowsmith, Aaron

1832 2.15414 A grammar of modern geography, with an introduction to astronomy and the use of the globes, compiled for the use of King's College School. London: S. Arrowsmith, and B. Fellowes, 461 pp. [Under "Mexico", see p. 404; Colorado River, in passing.]
Arroyave, Pablo

1997 11.74 Endangered bird has a friend in Reclamation. People, Land and Water (U.S. Department of the Interior), 4(5):27. [Southwestern Willow Flycatcher.]
Arroyo, Bryan

2000 19.2326 Endangered and Threatened Species permit applications. Federal Register, 65(91)(May 10):30126-30127. [Kanab ambersnail.]

2005 19.3292 Re-opening of the comment period for the Draft Recovery Plan for the sentry milk-vetch. Federal Register, 70(6)(January 10):1736-1737.
Art Club of Philadelphia

1902 2.16169 Eleventh annual exhibition of water colors and pastels; catalogue of exhibition; from March 3d to March 30th, 1902. Philadelphia: Art Club of Philadelphia. [See p. 10; "On the Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canon of Arizona. Thomas Moran." (listing only); also see Moran's address, p. 45.]
Art Institute of Chicago

1913 2.18663 Painters of the Far West; first annual exhibition, February 27 to March 16, 1913. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, [14] pp. [Introductory note, p. [2], indicates that "the Grand Cañon", with other locales, "are fields comparatively untouched" artistically. See p. [5], Elliott Daingerfield, "From rim to rim" (illustrated); p. [8], Thomas Moran, "Zoroaster Peak, Grand Cañon" (illustrated); p. [9], De Witt Parshall, "Temple of Vishnu, Grand Cañon" (illustrated) and "The great abyss"; p. [14], Frederick Ballard Williams, "Flying clouds, Grand Cañon" and "After the storm, Grand Cañon" (illustrated).]

1913 2.18837 Catalogue of etchings and lithographs by Joseph Pennell. The Art Institute of Chicago from January 28 to February 21, 1913. [No imprint], [6] pp. [including wraps]. [Lists "Sunset; Grand Canyon" and "The Temple; Grand Canyon" (p. [5]). (Not illustrated.)]
Artcraft Pictures

1917 26.492 A modern Musketeer. Starring Douglas Fairbanks. Allan Dwan, director; Douglas Fairbanks, producer. Artcraft Pictures, 5 reels. [Black-and-white silent film with English intertitles. Filmed in part at Grand Canyon.] [Fairbanks gave a 35mm print to the Museum of Modern Art in 1939 but was otherwise presumed to have been preserved only as fragments. Another print from the Danish Film Museum allowed the new restoration and for re-releases on DVD, some with dubbed musical soundtrack.]
Arthington, Angela H.; Bunn, Stuart E.; Poff, N. LeRoy; and Naiman, Robert J.

2006 18.1402 The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 16(4)(August):1311-1318. [Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 1312.]
Arthur Barr Productions

no date 26.511 Geological history of the Grand Canyon country. Pasadena, California: Arthur Barr Productions. 16-mm film, color, sound. 11:00.

1961 26.16 Geological history of Grand Canyon country. Pasadena, California: Arthur Barr Productions. Black-and-white film, with sound. 11:00. >Mon. 8: 12-7<
Arthur, Chester A.

1887 2.12495 [Proclamation.] Additional article to the Convention of July 29, 1882, between the United States of America and the United States of Mexico. Providing for an extension of the time fixed in Article VIII. of said convention for re-surveying and re-locating the existing frontier line between the two countries west of the Rio Grande. [No imprint], 6 pp. [Parallel texts in English and Spanish.] [For Convention there noted see Cleveland, Grover (1883).]

1904 13.2609 [Emendation of Havasupai Reservation boundaries, and revocation of Executive order of Rutherford B. Hayes, of November 23, 1880.] In: Kappler, Charles J. (compiler, ed.), Indian affairs. Laws and treaties. Vol. I. (Laws.) Compiled to December 1, 1902. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 809.

1904 13.2604 [Establishment of Hualpai Reserve, January 4, 1883.] In: Kappler, Charles J. (compiler, ed.), Indian affairs. Laws and treaties. Vol. I. (Laws.) Compiled to December 1, 1902. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 804. [Hualapai.]
Artiola, Janick F., and Uhlman, Kristine

2009 21.6014 Arizona well owner's guide to water supply. Tucson: University of Arizona, [College of Agriculture and Life Sciences], 76 pp. (AZ1485.)

2009 11.4182 Arizona well owner's guide to water supply. Tucson: University of Arizona, [College of Agriculture and Life Sciences], 76 pp. (AZ1485.)
Artiola, Janick F.; Farrell-Poe, Kathryn L.; and Moxley, Jacqueline C.

2007 12.4507 ¿Conoces tu agua Arizona? Una guía para el consumidor sobre las fuentes de agua, la calidad del agua, las reglamentaciones y las opciones de tratamiento del agua en los hogares (Rocío Estrella and Janick F. Artiola, translators). Tucson: University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension, 110 pp.

2012 12.4506 Arizona: Know your water; a consumer's guide to water sources, quality, regulations, and home water treatment options. Tucson: University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension, revised, 102 pp. (AZ1578.)
Artiola, Janick F.; Hix, Gary; Gerba, Charles; and Riley, James J.

2014 11.6785 An Arizona guide to water quality and uses. University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension, AZ1610, 10 pp.
Artrip, Louise, and Artrip, Fullen

1949 2.9217 Memoirs of Daniel Fore (Jim) Chisholm and the Chisholm Trail. Booneville, Arkansas: Artrip Publications, 89 [92] pp. (see pp. 73-80).
Arufe, Jorge A.

2009 11.1768 Monitoring water quality on the Overton Arm of Lake Mead and its tributary inflows during flood flows [abstract]. In: Lake Mead Science Symposium, January 13 and 14, 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada; Program. [Las Vegas: University of Nevada at Las Vegas], p. 19.
Asai, Christina S.

2008 11.2420 Are physiological responses in desert holly (Atriplex hymenelytra) gender specific? From: Proceedings of the 2008 Desert Symposium: abstracts and short papers. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.) Trough to trough; the Colorado River and the Salton Sea. [No place]: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University; and LSA Associates, Inc., p. 110.
Asama, Kazuo

1959 21.110 Systematic study of so-called Gigantopteris. Tohoku University, Science Reports (Sendai, Japan), 2nd series (Geology), 31(1):1-72 [entire number]. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1975 21.111 The rise of paleobotanical provinces in the latest Paleozoic Era. Journal of Geography, 84(2):55-70 [in Japanese; with English abstract]. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Asanger, Thomas

no date 27.205 Grand Canyon. Roosendaal, Netherlands: Tierolff Musiekcentrale, 14 pp. (Tierloff for Band, No. 24.) [Musical score. 2010.]
Aschmann, Homer

1980 11.75 The head of the Colorado delta. In: Norwine, Jim, and Anderson, Thomas D., Geography as human ecology. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. FQ8:13 [offprint]
Asenteuer

1996 26.275 Grand Canyon; ein Schwimmer trotzt dem Colorado. Asenteuer. Video (PAL format). 55:00.
Ash, Russell, and Bonson, Richard

2000 6.454 Great wonders of the world. New York: DK Children. [Includes Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.]

2000 6.455 Velika cuda svijeta (Hrovje Potrebica, translator). Zagreb: Mozaik Knjiga, 6th ed., 64 pp. [Croatian translation of Great Wonders of the World. Includes Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.]

2001 6.453 Las 100 grandes maravillas del mundo (Rosa Roger, translator). Barcelona: Editorial Molino, 64 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.]
Ash, Sidney R.

1977 21.6401 An unusual bennettitalean leaf from the Upper Triassic of the south-western United States. Palaeontology, 20(3):641-659, Plates 77-79. [Localities include Cameron, Arizona.]
Ash, Susan K.

2009 15.493 Mental health in the off-season. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(4)(Winter 2009-2010):Whale Foundation unpaginated insert, [2] pp.
Ash, Susan Kelly, and Ghiglieri, Michael P.

2007 15.403 Responding to psychological emergencies--a quick guide of on-river responses. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(4)(Winter 2007-2008): "Whale Foundation Insert", 3 pp.

2008 15.407 Interventions for substance abusers--Definitely not the last resort. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):[unpaginated insert], [3] pp.
Ash, Theodore E.

1912 2.18357 More replies from old ads. Printers' Ink, (April 4):89. [N.B.: Title page for this issue gives "Vol. LXXVIX. No. 1" [sic].] [Author writes from the Publicity Department of The Frank A. Munsey Company, publisher of Munsey's Magazine. He comments in part: "W. H. Simpson, of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System, writes: ¶'Nine years ago the Santa Fe ran a full-page Grand Cañon advertisement in Munsey's Magazine,in which was reproduced a postcard sent from Cairo, Thanksgiving Day, 1903, by Mr. Wm. E. Curtis, of the Chicago Record-Herald, to Mr. Paul Morton, then vice-president of the Santa Fe. ¶Last week a gentleman living in Huntington, New York, wrote us enclosing this old advertisement, and asking for information about the trip.'" (entire note)]
Ashbaugh, Donna

2003 2.9786 Confronting Hance Rapid and other uncertainties. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(4)(Winter):28-29.

2011 2.16646 My most memorable day on the Colorado River. Grand Canyon River Runner, (12)(Spring):13.
Ashbaugh, Lowell L.; Malm, William C.; and Sadeh, Willy Z.

1985 18.125 A residence time probability analysis of sulfur concentrations at Grand Canyon National Park. Atmospheric Environment, 19(8):1263-1270. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Ashbaugh, Lowell Lincoln

1982 18.122 Large scale transport of fine sulfer particles in the intermontane United States. Ph.D. dissertation, Univesrity of California at Davis, 261 pp. [^18.123^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 43(8):B2595.] >Mon. 8: 4-10<

1982 18.123 Large scale transport of fine sulfer particles in the intermontane United States [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 43(8):B2595. \first cited in GCNHA Monograph 8: page 4-10\

1983 18.124 A statistical trajectory technique for determining air pollution source regions. Air Pollution Control Association, Journal, 33(November):1096-1098. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Ashby, Sharon

1971 2.1178 Havasu's cook book. Phoenix: Phoenician Books, 263 pp. [Cover title: Havasu's melting pot.]
Ashcroft, Gwyn

2004 2.12787 The Grand Canyon. Friends of Durham University Canoe Club (Durham University, Durham, County Durham, United Kingdom), (4)(Autumn):4-5. [Kayak trip on Colorado River.]
Ashe, Daniel M.

2011 11.2338 Endangered and Threatened wildlife and plants; 12-month finding on a petition to list Van Rossem's gull-billed tern as Endangered or Threatened. Federal Register, 76(183)(September 21):58650-58680.
Ashe, W. W.

1926 11.5447 Financial limitation in the employment of forest cover in protecting reservoirs. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Department Bulletin 1430, 35 pp. [See "Colorado River and Great Basin", pp. 25-26.]
Asher-Bolinder, Sigrid; Vine, James David; and Morgan, James D.

1979 11.1465 Lithology and lithium content of sediments drilled in a test hole on Red Lake, Hualapai Valley, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 79-1439, 20 pp.
Asheville Post Card Co.

no date 33.9 [Postcard.] "Grand Canyon of the Tennessee as viewed from Signal Mountain". Ashville, North Carolina: Asheville Post Card Co, no. 922.
Ashley, J. Mills

1883 2.13338 New work in New Mexico and Arizona. Home Missionary, 56(5)(September):205-208.
Ashley, Jeffrey S., and Smith, Zachary A.

2000 21.3600 Groundwater management in the West. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 319 pp.
Ashley, William H.

1964 2.1179 The West of William H. Ashley (D. L. Morgan, ed.). Denver: Fred A. Rosenstock, Old West Publishing Co. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Ashlock, Joe

1906 7.365 The leaning wall. The Coast (Wilhelm's Magazine), 12(3)(September):131-138.
Ashton, Kyle G., and Queiroz, Alan de

2001 19.3683 Molecular systematics of the western rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis (Viperidae), with comments on the utility of the D-loop in phylogenetic studies of snakes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 21(2)(November):176-189. [Crotalus viridis abyssus, the Grand Canyon rattlesnake, systematically repositioned as C. oreganus abyssus.]
Ashton, Marvin J.

1971 2.9185 Love of the right. Ensign, (June):30-.
Ashwill, W. R.

1957 21.112 The Orphan uranium mine, Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Open-File Report RME-2082, 19 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Ashworth, Donna

1991 2.9276 Biography of a small mountain. Flagstaff, Arizona: Small Mountain Books, 347 pp.

1999 2.7397 Arizona tryptych; a story of northern Arizona artists. Flagstaff, Arizona: Small Mountain Books, 547 pp. [In three parts, including fiction; fictional aspects apparently do not encompass Grand Canyon.]
Ashworth, William

1982 11.76 Nor any drop to drink. New York: Summit Books, 272 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-6<
Askew, Ben

2003 2.9591 Red rock mountains of Sedona, AZ; ride report. Gulf Wings Newsletter (Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter TX-G, Tomball, Texas), 15(8)(September). [Article is to be continued, but includes visit to South Rim of Grand Canyon in this installment.]
Aslan, Andres, and the CREST Working Group

2010 21.5416 Origin of the ancestral Colorado and Gunnison Rivers and post-10 Ma river incision rates in western Colorado. [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 7 pp. [With application to evolution of the Colorado River. Colorado Rockies Experiment and Seismic Transects.]
Aslan, Andres; Hood, William C.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Kirby, Eric; Granger, Darryl E.; Kelley, Shari; Crow, Ryan; Donahue, Magdalena S.; Polyak, Victor; and Asmerom, Yemane

2014 21.6430 Abandonment of Unaweep Canyon (1.4-0.8 Ma), western Colorado: Effects of stream capture and anomalously rapid Pleistocene river incision. In: CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II themed issue. Geosphere, 10(3)(June):428-446.
Aslan, Andres; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Kirby, Eric; and Donahue, Magdalena S.

2012 21.5787 Evidence for a Late Miocene Colorado-Gunnison River system in western Colorado. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 44(6):81.
Aslan, Andres; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Kirby, Eric; Rosenberg, Russell; and Darling, Andy

2011 21.5573 Late Cenozoic river incision rates from the Colorado Rockies and implications for Neogene differential uplift. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 43(5):272.
Aslan, Andres; Karlstrom, Karl; Kirby, Eric; Darling, Andrew; and Kelley, Shari

2011 21.5533 Origin of the ancestral Colorado and Gunnison Rivers and post-10 Ma river incision rates in western Colorado. In: Beard, L. Sue, Karlstrom, Karl E., Young, Richard A., and Billingsley, George H. (eds.), CRevolution 2--Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System, workshop abstracts; May 24-26, 2010, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2011-1210, pp. 22-27.
Aslan, Andres; Kirby, Eric; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Heizler, Matthew; and Rosenberg, Russell

2013 21.6186 Late Cenozoic river incision histories of the upper Colorado River system. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):57.
Asmus, Sarah

1997 18.108 Spatial technologies aid Grand Canyon test flood assessment. GIS World, 10(April):44-47.
Asociación de Productores de Cemento

no date 12.3173 La Presa Hoover, (Boulder) cumple 75 años; fue considerada una de las Siete Maravillas de la Ingeniería en el Siglo XX. [No place]: Asociación de Productores de Cemento, 4 pp. [Fact sheet. 2010.]
Asociación Ecológica de Usuarios del Río Hardy-Colorado, A. C.

no date 11.3462 Trabajando para la conservación del delta del Río Colorado. [No place]: Asociación Ecológica de Usuarios del Río Hardy-Colorado, A. C., 16 pp. [including wraps]. [2004-2012.]
Asociación para el Estudio y Mejora de los Salmónidos

2006 18.1454 Demolición de presas y otras obras hidráulicas: Herramienta indispensable para la restauración de nuestros ríos y humedales. [San Martín de Valdeiglesias (Madrid)]: AEMS--Ríos con Vida, 17 pp. [Includes "Glenn Canyon Dam", pp. 3, 4.] [Glen Canyon Dam.]
Aspen Printing

2006 4.265 Thanks, Gerry. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(2)(Summer):46. [Weishapl, Gerald ( -2006)]
Aspinwall, F. T.

1897 13.2879 (Chairman) [Report by Committee of the Whole.] In: Journals of the nineteenth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Session begun on the eighteenth day of January, A. D. 1897. Phoenix: Herald Book and Job Print., pp. 480-481. [Regaridng "the matter of receiving Commissioners Edwin D. Woolley and Robert C. Lund from the state of Utah, who had been commissioned to negotiate with Arizona concerning the segregation of a portion of the northern part of the Territory and attach it to Utah . . .", with unfavorable recommendations pertaining to resolutions on the matter then before the legislature.]
Associated General Contractors of America, and American Engineering Council, Committee

1931 12.480 Report on Hoover Dam Project and present status. By a Committee appointed by the Associated General Contractors of America and the American Engineering Council. [No imprint]: 77 [78] pp. (Printed by Lawton and Williams, Oakland, California.) FQ8A:LA-13
Associated Press

1946 28.388 Surviving a 50-foot fall into Grand Canyon, where a ledge broke her fall, De De Johnson, Hollywood dress designer, is drawn to safety. Chicago Sunday Tribune, (December 29, Picture Section):[15].
Association-Sterling Films

1965 26.17 Glen Canyon. New York: Association-Sterling Films. Color film, with sound. 30:00. >Mon. 8: 12-7<
Asten, Michael W.

2003 21.4515 Comment: On science and pseudo-science in national parks. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 84(38):384-385. [Comment on Wilfred A. Elders, "Different Views of the Grand Canyon", 84(38):384-385 (2003).]
Aston, Ralph E.

1936 12.481 Boulder Dam and the public utilities. Master's thesis, University of Arizona.
Astor, John Jacob

1894 7.471 A journey in other worlds; a romance of the future. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 476 pp. [Science fiction. See pp. 227-228, note of erosion of Grand Canyon; this takes place during discussion of landscapes on Jupiter.]
Astrov, Margot

1946 17.436 (ed.) The winged serpent; an anthology of American Indian prose and poetry. New York: John Day Co., 366 pp.

1970 17.437 (ed.) American Indian prose and poetry; an anthology. Gloucester, Massachusetts: P. Smith, 366 pp.

1972 17.438 (ed.) American Indian prose and poetry; an anthology. New York: John Day Co., 366 pp.

1992 17.439 (ed.) The winged serpent; American Indian prose and poetry (foreword by Paul Zolbrod). Boston: Beacon Press, 366 pp.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company [also see Santa Fe Railway]

1898 2.16038 Third Annual Report of The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1898. [Chicago]: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co. [See p. 13: "The Territory of Arizona has granted a charter to the Santa Fe & Grand Cañon Railway, which proposes to build a line seventy miles north from Williams, Arizona, to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. Your Directors have arranged a favorable traffic contract with the projectors of this line." (entire item)]
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway

1899 28.751 [Grand Canyon illustrations.] Baptist Home Mission Monthly, 21(3)(March). [See "Head of the Old Hance Trail", p. 106; "Head of the Old Hance" (detail), p. 108; "Grand Cañon of the Colorado River", p. 112; "In the Granite, Old Hance Trail", p. 115.]
Atencio, Ernest

1996 1.10 Havasupai traditional and historical use of the Grand Canyon village area; literature review and annotated bibliography. Report prepared for Grand Canyon/Havasupai Oral History Project, Grand Canyon National Park, 38 pp. + unpaginated appendices A-N.

1996 17.32 Havasupai traditional and historical use of the Grand Canyon village area; literature review and annotated bibliography. Report prepared for Grand Canyon/Havasupai Oral History Project, Grand Canyon National Park, 38 pp. + unpaginated appendices A-N.
Atherton, Gertrude

1918 7.580 The white morning; a novel of the power of the German women in wartime. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 195 pp. [See p. 18, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Atkeson, Ray

1989 2.1180 Ray Atkeson; western images. Portland, Oregon: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 150 pp.
Atkins North America, Inc.

2012 16.983 Atkins; marine archeology services. [No place]: Atkins North America, Inc., 2 pp. [Fact sheet. See under "Relevant Projects": "Systems Conveyance and Operations Program (SCOP), Lake Conveyance System Pipeline, Clark County, Nevada", regarding underwater archaeological surveys in Lake Mead.]
Atkins, Darrin

2000 2.10704 Hermits Rest. San Jose (California), New York, Lincoln (Nebraska), and Shanghai: Writers Club Press, 361 pp.
Atkins, Riley J.; Barkworth, Mary E.; and Dewey, Douglas R.

1984 19.2082 A taxonomic study of Leymus ambiguus and L. salinus (Poaceae: Triticeae). Systematic Botany, 9(3)(July-September):279-294.
Atkinson, Brooks

1967 2.7617 Grand Canyon. Natural History, 76(9):38-49.

1972 2.1181 This bright land; a personal view. Garden City, New York: Doubleday/Natural History Press, for American Museum of Natural History, 201 pp. (see "The Grand Canyon", pp. 142-163).
Atkinson, Brooks |New York Times|

1964 3.206 (November 27) Two proposed dams in the Grand Canyon threaten area of dramatic beauty. By Brooks Atkinson. (p. 32) >Mon. 8: 11-9<

1964 3.1095 (November 27) Critic at large. Two proposed dams in the Grand Canyon threaten area of dramatic beauty. By Brooks Atkinson. (p. 32)

1968 3.866 (January 28) The mysteries of Grand Canyon. By Brooks Atkinson. (Book Reviews, pp. 6, 39) [Review of Colin Fletcher's The Man Who Walked Through Time.]
Atkinson, Brooks, and Caulfield, P.

1967 2.1182 Grand Canyon. Natural History, 76(November):38-49. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Atkinson, George Francis

1908 19.3230 A college text-book of botany; being an enlargement of the author's "Elementary Botany". New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2nd ed., revised, 737+ pp. [See under the description of C. Hart Merriam's scheme of life zones, p. 641 ff., passing notice of Grand Canyon, p. 645.]
Atkinson, Tim, and Leeder, Mike

2008 21.4212 Canyon cutting on on a grand time scale. Science, 319(March 7):1343-1344.
Atkinson, Tim, and Rowe, Peter J.

2008 21.5019 Taking the plunge into deep time; speleo-chronology comes of age. 33rd International Geological Congress, Abstracts (33 Congrès Géologique International, Résumés), abstract 1351779. [33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway, August 6-14, 2008.]
Atkinson, W. P.

1866 30.629 "Thirty Years of Army Life on the border . . ." By Col. R. B. Marcy. In: Editor's Department, "Book Notices" [subsection]. The Massachusetts Teacher, 19(7)(July):255. [Notes "Big Cañon of the Colorado".]
Atlan, Samuel, and Garland, Michael

2006 21.5652 Interactive multiresolution editing and display of large terrains. Computer Graphics Forum, 25(2):211-223. [Includes Grand Canyon terrain model.]
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company

1870 2.19268 The route for a railroad to the Pacific Ocean, near the thirty-fifth parallel of latitude; its resources and advantages. Boston: Printed for the Company, 80 pp. + errata slip.

1870 2.19269 The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co.: The route and its advantages; the Congressional Act of Incorporation, and list of officers. Boston: Printed for the Company, 18 pp.
Atlas Powder Company

1935 12.1675 On the aqueducts of the Pacific with Atlas Giant Powder. Wilmington, Delaware: Atlas Powder Company, 64 pp.
Atlas Tours

____ 33.284 [Internet] Samples of activities--Atlas Tours. http://www.destintionplanner.com/middle_east/syria/atlas/samples_of_activities.html. ["the grand canyons of the Syrian desert".]
Atmore, Robert N.

1946 17.1151 "Him heap good boy". In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 9(3)(January):31. [Reminiscence from writer's time as pumping plant operator for the Santa Fe Railway at Peach Springs, Arizona, who served as a reader for a Havasupai couple whose son sent letters from the Indian School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.]
Aton, James M.

1988 2.1184 Inventing John Wesley Powell: The Major, his admirers and cash-register dams in the Colorado River basin. Southern Utah State College, Distinguished Faculty Lecture no. 9, 24 pp. FQ8:344, 344a

1994 2.1185 John Wesley Powell. [Boise State University] Western Writers Series, no. 114, 55 pp. (Boise, Idaho: Department of English, Boise State University.) FQ9:457 FQ13:361

2001 30.586 "Sunk Without a Sound: The Tragic Colorado River Honeymoon of Glen and Bessie Hyde." By Brad Dimock. Utah Historical Quarterly, 69(2)(Spring):178-179.

2001 30.588 "William Henry Holmes and the Rediscovery of the American West." By Kevin J. Ferlund. Utah Historical Quarterly, 69(4)(Fall):370-372.

2008 30.582 "Drifting West: The Calamities of James White and Charles Baker." By Virginia McConnell Simmons. Utah Historical Quarterly, 76(2)(Spring):193-194.

2010 2.16600 John Wesley Powell; his life and legacy. Salt Lake City: Bonneville Books (University of Utah Press, and J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah), 85 pp.
Aton, James M., and McPherson, Robert S.

2000 2.14725 River flowing from the sunrise; an environmental history of the lower San Juan. Logan: Utah State University Press, 216 pp.
Attenborough, David

1979 2.1183 Life on earth; a natural history. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 319 pp. (see pp. 15, 16-17, 20, 35). [Erratum: The illustration, "The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River", pp. 16-17, is actually a view from Deadhorse Point, Canyonlands National Park, Utah.] >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1990 26.407 Life on earth. Burbank, California: Warner Home Video. VHS. 232:00. [Abridged from the 1986 BBC television series, "Life on Earth".]
Atterholt, Jessie; Jefferson, George; Schachner, Emma; and Hughes, Jerry

2008 11.2421 Marine vertebrates from the Yuma member of the Deguynos Formation, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. From: Proceedings of the 2008 Desert Symposium: abstracts and short papers. In: Reynolds, Robert E. (ed.) Trough to trough; the Colorado River and the Salton Sea. [No place]: Desert Studies Consortium, California State University; and LSA Associates, Inc., pp. 110-111.
Atwater, Chelsea

2012 2.17149 [Comment.] In: GTS river trip fun [feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(2)(Summer):16. [Guides Training Seminar.]

2013 2.19240 Chelsea Atwater, age 27. In: Guide Profiles [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(3)(Fall):7.
Atwater, Richard

2008 11.6267 Salinity management issues facing southern California. Southwest Hydrology, 7(2)(March/April):16-17.
Atwater, T.

1970 21.113 Implications of plate tectonics for the Cenozoic tectonic evolution of western North America. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 81:3513-3536. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Atwill, Lionel A.

1978 19.2455 Up to our ears in asses. Backpacker, 6(4)(August)(28):26-31, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 75-76. [See also letters by Charles A. Endicott, Tom Johnson, Kenneth L. Cole, Kerry Beth Herndon, Ruth Arnott, Scott Thybony, Warren Hamilton, 6(6)(December 1978/January 1979):9-10; and James Brennan, Michael T. Chychota, James L. Hanna, Anna S. Ellison, Bill Burns, 7(2)(April/May 1979):12, 15, 17.]

1982 19.185 Deep-ditch fishing. Sports Afield, 187(May):110, 112, 168. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Atwill, Lionel A. |New York Times|

1979 3.299 (January 14) Wintering in the parks: Fit for man and beast. [2 articles. See the one by Lionel A. Atwill. (The other is on Yellowstone.)] (Section 10, pp. 1, 15) >Mon. 8: 11-11<
Atwood, A. W.

1965 4.270 Herbert Hoover, 1874-1964. International Statistical Institute, Review (Institute International de Statistique, Revue), 33(2):335-337. [Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964).]
Atwood, Albert W.

1926 12.482 Colorado River development. Saturday Evening Post, (October 9):80-82.
Atwood, Julius W.

1908 2.19094 Report of the Archdeacon. In: Journal of the Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Missionary District of Arizona held in Trinity Church, Phoenix, Arizona, Wednesday and Thursday, April 29 and 30, 1908. Phoenix: Press of the Southwestern Stockman, pp. 38-39. [See p. 39: "I have cast longing eyes towards the north, but have found little encouragement at the Grand Canyon where I had hoped it might be possible to hold an occasional service and to interest the tourists who visit the Grand Canyon in the missionary work of Arizona." (entire note)]
Atwood, Wallace W.

1901 6.679 General Geology, Eleventh Grade. In: The High School [section]. Course of Study (Chicago Institute), 1(8)(April):768-769.

1910 2.13237 The annual report of the Secretary for the year 1909. In: Annual Report for the Year 1909. Chicago Academy of Sciences, Bulletin, 3(3):6-26. [See p. 22, notice of lecture, "March 5--'Studies in Geology: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.' By Dr. Wallace W. Atwood, Secretary of the Academy." (entire note)]

1915 21.5041 (ed.) Physical geography [section]. In: McMurry, Frank M. (general ed.), The world visualized for the class room; 1000 travel studies through the stereoscope and in lantern slides, classified and cross referenced for 25 different school subjects. Teachers' manual. New York and London: Underwood and Underwood, pp. 535-566 (see pp. 537, 545).

1920 2.1186 New geography. Book two. Boston: Ginn and Co., 304+ pp. (see pp. 66, 67-68). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1940 21.114 The physiographic provinces of North America. Boston: Ginn and Co., 536 pp., map (see pp. 364-377, map).
Auble, Gregor T.; Friedman, Jonathan M.; Shafroth, Patrick B., Merigliano, Michael F.; and Scott, Michael L.

2012 19.3702 Woody riparian vegetation near selected streamgages in the western United States. U.S. Geological Survey, Data Series 708, 8 pp.

2012 11.3577 Woody riparian vegetation near selected streamgages in the western United States. U.S. Geological Survey, Data Series 708, 8 pp.
Aucoin, Dale

2008 2.11805 [Comments.] In: Postcards from the Canyon [section]. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):7-8.
Auden, J. B.

1980 30.412 Map of the heart of the Grand Canyon National Park. Geographical Journal, 146(1)(March):146. [Review of map by Bradford Washburn.]
Audet, D. J.; Shaughnessy, M.; and Radke, W.

1999 11.3273 Organochlorines and selenium in fishes and colonial waterbirds from the Salton Sea. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Audretsch, Bob

1998 19.186 The search. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 14(1)(Summer):6-7. [Aspens on South Rim.]

2001 19.2083 The search. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(3)(Fall):[2]. [Aspens on South Rim. N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 3".]

2004 2.10115 Trail crew for a day. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(3)(Fall):1-3.

2004 2.10175 The prize. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(4)(Winter):10-11. [Ultramarathon.]

2004 15.335 [Safety guidelines for long runs or hikes.] In: The prize. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 10(4)(Winter):11.

2008 2.11443 "We Can Take It": The CCC at Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association members newsletter), 14(1)(Spring):5. [Civilian Conservation Corps.]

2008 2.11492 Grand Canyon celebrates CCC anniversary. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 19(1)(Spring):8-9. [Civilian Conservation Corps; symposium and exhibit announcement.]

2008 2.11474 Grand Canyon celebrates CCC anniversary. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):49. [Civilian Conservation Corps; symposium and exhibit announcement.]

2011 2.15549 Phantom Ranch photos wanted. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 15(4)(July):3.
Audretsch, Bob [Audretsch, Robert W.]

2003 13.3224 What will our legacy be? In: The Grandest of Canyons; Our natural legacy is threatened by pipelines, politics [feature]. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), (January/February):6.

2003 2.19507 When you go. In: The Grandest of Canyons; Our natural legacy is threatened by pipelines, politics [feature]. Canyon Echo (Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter), (January/February):7.
Audretsch, Bob, and Ladd, Gary

1995 2.1187 Bushwhacking to Grand Canyon's hidden Cheyava Falls. Arizona Highways, 71(3):cover, 38-44.
Audretsch, Robert W.

2011 2.15720 Phantom Ranch: Crucible of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Journal of Arizona History, 52(1)(Spring):31-52.

2011 2.15989 Shaping the park and saving the boys: The Civilian Conservation Corps at Grand Cayon, 1933-1942. Indianapolis, Indiana: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, 123 pp. [An on-demand publication.]

2012 2.16853 Grand Canyon's Phantom Ranch. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 128 pp. (Images of America.)

2013 2.19713 Phantom Ranch: A junction and a crucible. In: Quartaroli, Richard D. (compiler, ed.), A rendezvous of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the Third Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Historical Society, pp. 195-202.

2013 2.19977 "Unequaled in the memory of the oldest inhabitant"; Civilian Conservation Corps rescue work during the blizzards of 1936-37. Journal of Arizona History, 54(4)(Winter):375-396.

2013 2.18488 We still walk in their footprint; the Civilian Conservation Corps in northern Arizona, 1933-1942. Indianapolis, Indiana: Dog Ear Publishing, 199 pp. (With tipped-in "Erratum" leaf containing illustration and legend meant for rear cover [legend also as printed on verso of title-page].) [An on-demand publication. Additional erratum: Early printings, p. 19, left column, line 6, definition for 8th Corps area, for “Utah” read “Texas”.]
Audretsch, Robert W. [Audretsch, Bob]

2008 2.12924 Foreword. In: Hinton, Wayne K. (with Elizabeth A. Green), With picks, shovels and hope; the CCC and its legacy on the Colorado Plateau. Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co., pp. vii-x.
Audretsch, Robert W., and Hunt, Sharon E.

2014 2.20530 The Civilian Conservation Corps in Arizona. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 127 [128] pp. (Images of America.)
Audubon, John W.

1906 2.21028 Audubon's western journal: 1849-1850; being the MS. record of a trip from New York to Texas, and an overland journey through Mexico and Arizona to the gold-fields of California. With biographical memoir by his daughter Maria R. Audubon. Introduction, notes, and index by Frank Heywood Hodder. Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H. Clark Co., 249 pp. [See Chapter 5, "Through Arizona to San Diego", pp. 146-173. Lower Colorado River region, p. 162 ff.]
Auerbach, Daniel A.; Merritt, David M.; and Shafroth, Patrick B.

2013 11.3964 Tamarix, hydrology, and fluvial geomorphology. In: Sher, Anna, and Quigley, Martin F. (eds.), Tamarix; a case study of ecological change in the American West. Oxford, New York, Auckland, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Hong Kong, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Nairobi, New Delhi, Shanghai, Taipei, and Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 99-122.
Auerbach, Herbert S.

1943 2.1188 Father Escalante's journal and related documents and maps. Salt Lake City: Utah Historical Society, 142 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-10< Farquhar 8c

1943 2.1189 Father Escalante's journal and related documents and maps. Utah Historical Quarterly, 11:1-142. >Mon. 8: 1-10< Farquhar 8d FQ11:616
Auerbach, Susan

2012 2.17900 [Correspondence.] In: Postcards [section]. Grand Canyon River Runner, (14)(Summer):8.
Augé, Karen Brebner

1991 19.187 Wanted: Trees big as all outdoors (photographs by Jerry Sieve). Arizona Highways, 67(9):cover, 18-27. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Augulis, R. P.

1968 11.2795 A study of winds in the lake Mead Recreation Area. U.S. Environmenal Science Services Administration, Weather Bureau, Technical Memorandum 26. (PB-177830.)
August, Jack L., Jr.

1985 2.9111 Carl Hayden: Born a politician. Journal of Arizona History, 26(2)(Summer):117- (see pp. 131, 132).

1987 2.9112 "A sterling young Democrat"; Carl Hayden's road to Congress, 1900-1912. Journal of Arizona History, 28(3)(Autumn):217-242 (see p. 228).

1987 30.45 "New Courses for the Colorado River: Major Issues for the Next Century", edited by Gary D. Weatherford and F. Lee Brown. Journal of the Southwest, 29(4):439-440.

1995 30.762 "Turning on Water with a Shovel: The Career of Elwood Mead" by James R. Kluger. Pacific Historical Review, 64(2)(May):303-304.

1996 12.1493 Desert bloom or desert boom? Carl Hayden and the origins of the Central Arizona Project, 1922-1964. Cactus and Pine, no. 8, pp. 1-20.

1999 12.483 Vision in the desert; Carl Hayden and hydropolitics in the American Southwest (introduction by Bruce Babbitt). Fort Worth, Texas: Texas Christian University Press, 290 pp.

1999 12.1313 Water, politics, and the Arizona dream: Carl Hayden and the modern origins of the Central Arizona Project, 1922-1963. Journal of Arizona History, 40(4)(Winter):391-414.

2002 12.1969 Arizona's legislative watermaster: Carl Hayden and the Central Arizona Project. Arizona Insight (Arizona Humanities Council), (January):16-17.

2005 12.1806 Hydropolitics in the Far Southwest: Carl Hayden, Arizona, and the fight for the Central Arizona Project, 1952-68. In: Anderson, Michael F. (compiler, ed.), A gathering of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the inaugural Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2002. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 13, pp. 163-170.

2007 12.3358 Dividing western waters; Mark Wilmer and Arizona v. California. Fort Worth, Texas: TCU Press, 172 pp.

2013 12.4216 Arizona v California and the Central Arizona Project: A bi-partisan legacy. Arizona Food Industry Journal, (August):8-9.

2014 12.4217 Water use in Arizona: A primer. Arizona Food Industry Journal, (March):10.
Augustin, Byron, and Kubena, Jake

2010 6.576 The Grand Canyon. New York: Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 96 pp. (Nature's Wonders.)
Augustson, G. F.

1943 19.4333 A new subspecies of Orchopeas sexdentatus (Baker) (Siphonaptera: Dolichopsyllidae). Southern California Academy of Sciences, Bulletin, 42(1):49-51 (Plate 5 comprises p. 51). [Orchopeas sexdentatus neotomae; from "South Entrance, Grand Canyon National Park". Type host Neotoma lepida devia Goldman.]
Ault, Andrew Phillip

2010 18.1600 Investigations into the impact of transported particles on air pollution and cliamte using aerosol time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at San Diego, 279 pp. [Notes (p. 217) that "ATOFMS studies were grouped into three location types", including "remote continental" locales that include Grand Canyon.]
Ault, Michael K.

2012 2.19575 Straight is the gate: An ethnographic study of the Centennial Park polygamist community. Southern Utah University, Master's thesis, 111 pp. [Includes Colorado City, Arizona.]
Ault, Philip H.

1963 12.3066 Water for a thirsty desert. Desert Magazine, 26(3)(March):23-27.
Ault, Toby R.

2011 18.1475 The continuum of drought in western North America. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 191 pp.
Aumack, Ethan M.

2007 19.2672 Trial by fire. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):12-13.
Aumack, Ethan

2000 13.1654 A search for stewards; bringing about willing and enthusiastic stewardship of our natural heritage. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter):19.

2007 13.2362 Winds of change for Kaibab Plateau forest conservation. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter):8-11.
Aumack, Ethan N.

2005 19.2579 Conducting a rapid landscape-scale ecological assessment of the Kane and Two Mile Ranches in northern Arizona. In: Eighth Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau, du Bois Center, Northern Arizona University, 7-10 November 2005; program and abstracts of presented papers and posters (version 2.0). Sponsored by: U.S. Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center; Northern Arizona University, Center for Sustainable Environments and Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research; Colorado Plateau Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit; U.S. Bureau of Land Management; U.S. National Park Service; and Diablo Trust, p. 28.

2006 19.2612 Plateau journey reveals vast array of plants and animals. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter) [February]:16-17.

2008 19.2747 The essense of a mountain: Landscape conservation across the Kaibab Plateau. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):18-19, 29.

2009 19.2836 Reclaiming lost ground in northern Arizona forests and rangelands. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter/Spring 2009):6-7.

2009 19.3000 Building consensus for landscape-scale restoration in northern Arizona's forests. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer/Fall):10-11.

2010 19.3031 The insurmountable opportunity of landscape-scale forest restoration in northern Arizona. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter/Spring):16-17, 23.

2010 19.3213 Arizona forest restoration retrospective, 1996-2010. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer):10-11.

2010 19.3318 What tomorrow holds for Arizona's ponderosa pine forests. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter/Spring 2010/2011):4-5, 23.
Aurora Foods, Inc./Log Cabin Brand

no date 2.1190 Log cabins in history. [No imprint], folded pamphlet. [Includes "The Gatekeeper's Cabin at Grand Canyon" (North Rim). Copy obtained new in 1998.]
Austin, A. H. (Mrs.)

1920 2.14117 At the Grand Canyon. Unusual interior decorations. In: Mrs. Austin's Talks [column]. The Flower Grower, 7(3)(March):33.
Austin, A. L.; Lundberg, A. W.; Owen, L. B.; and Tardiff, G. E.

1977 11.3138 The LLL Geothermal Energy Program status report, January 1976-January 1977. Livermore, California: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of California. (UCRL-50046-76.)
Austin, Arthur L., and Lundberg, Anders W.

1975 11.3953 LLL Geothermal Program--Salton Sea Geothermal Field. As a part of: Palmer, Thomas D., Salton Sea Geothermal Field. From: Industrial and Institutional Geothermal Projects [section]. In: Palmer, Thomas D., Howard, J. H., and Lande, D. P. (eds.) Geothermal development of the Salton Trough, California and Mexico. [Livermore, California]: University of California at Livermore, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, pp. 36-40.
Austin, Brent

2011 2.21168 2010 Grand Canyon adventure: Our Hillbilly heaven. Bowlines (Bluegrass Wildwater Association, Lexington, Kentucky), (January/February):[1], [3]-[15].
Austin, Daniel F.

1998 19.188 Convolvulaceae; morning glory family. In: A new flora for Arizona in preparation. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 30(2):61-83.
Austin, Diane E.; Bulletts, Ila; Drye, Brenda; Wall, Merlene; Kennedy, Debra; Phillips, Arthur, III

1999 17.817 1999 Southern Paiute consortium Colorado River corridor monitoring and education program; summary report. Pipe Spring, Arizona: Southern Paiute Consortium; and Tucson: Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona, 40 pp.
Austin, Diane E.; Fulfrost, Brian K.; Osife, Cynthia; Drye, Tricia; and rogers, Glenn

1999 17.818 1996 Southern Paiute consortium Colorado River corridor monitoring and education program; summary report. Pipe Spring, Arizona: Southern Paiute Consortium; and Tucson: Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona, 17 pp.
Austin, Diane E.;Dean, Erin; and Gaines, Justin

2005 17.852 Yanawant; Paiute places and landscapes in the Arizona Strip; Volume Two of the Arizona Strip landscapes and place name study. [No place]: Bara, for U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Strip Field Office, St. George, Utah, 249, 6 pp. (Contract no. AAA000011TOAAF030023.) [For Volume One see Stoffle, Richard W., et al. (2005).]
Austin, Mary

1903 2.14369 A land of little rain. Atlantic Monthly, 91(January)(543):96-99.

1903 2.15962 The land of little rain. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 280 pp. [Also later printings.]

1903 2.15963 The land of little rain. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., and Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Riverside Press, Sierra ed., 280 pp. [Also later printings.]

1909 7.522 Lost borders. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 209 pp. [See p. 2: "Out there, a week's journey from everywhere, the land was not worth parcelling off, and the boundaries which should logically have been continued until they met the cañon of the Colorado ran out in foolish wastes of sand and inextricable disordered ranges." (entire note)]

1924 2.1191 The Colorado River; a study of the river and the canyon. Century Illustrated Magazine, 108:462-470. >First cited in Mon. 8: 1-10<

1924 2.1192 Land of journey's ending. New York: Century Publishing Co. (see pp. 397-433). >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1927 12.484 The Colorado River controversy. Nation, 125(3253)(November 9):510-512.

1927 12.485 Boulder Dam and Arizona culture: To the Editor of "The Nation". Nation, 125(3260)(December 28):737.

1928 2.1193 The children sing in the far West (drawings by Gerald Cassidy). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 187 pp. (See "The Grand Cañon".) >Mon. 8: 12-8<

1950 2.15967 The land of little rain (photos by Ansel Adams, introduction by Carl Van Doren). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 133 pp., 48 plates.

1962 2.15968 The land of little rain. New York: Doubleday and Co., in cooperation with The American Museum of Natural History, Natural History Library, Anchor Books, 171 pp.

1974 2.15964 The land of little rain. New York: Gordon Press, 171 pp.

1974 2.16587 The land of little rain. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 171 pp.

1978 2.1194 Rio Colorado. In: Babbitt, Bruce (compiler), Grand Canyon: An anthology. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, pp. 83-86. [From Austin, Century Illustrated Magazine.] >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1983 2.1195 Land of journey's ending. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. [Facsimile reprinting of Austin (1924).] >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1988 2.15965 The land of little rain (introduction by Edward Abbey). New York: Penguin Books, 107 pp.

1993 2.1196 [Selection from The Land of Journeys' Ending.] In: McNamee, Gregory (ed.), Named in stone and sky; an Arizona anthology. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 55-57.

1995 2.15653 The land of little rain (illustrations by E. Boyd Smith; introduction by T. M. Pearce). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 171 pp.

1995 2.15653 The land of little rain (illustrations by E. Boyd Smith; introduction by T. M. Pearce). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 171 pp.

1997 2.15966 The land of little rain (introduction by Terry Tempest Williams). New York: Penguin Books, 107 pp.
Austin, Mary, and Muir, John

1994 2.1197 Writing the western landscape (ed., illustrated Ann H. Zwinger). Boston: Beacon Press, 182 pp. (see The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, by John Muir, pp. 89-118; from Muir [1902, Century Illustrated Magazine]).
Austin, Noah

2014 2.19674 Raft the Colorado (private permits). In: Rare Opportunities [feature]. Arizona Highways, 90(1)(January):30-31.

2014 2.19834 Historic places. Arizona Highways, 90(2)(February):cover, 1, 16-27. [See "Yuma Territorial Prison, Yuma", pp. 20-21.]
Austin, Noah, and Prentice, Randy

2014 9.1068 Red Cloud Mine Road. This 16-mile drive begins at Martinez Lake, near Yuma, and continues through the Imperial National Wildlife Refuge. Along the way, the landscape goes from lush to lunar. In: Scenic Drive [section]. Arizona Highways, 90(1)(January):52-53.

2014 9.1092 Kingman to Pearce Ferry; the Cerbat Mountains and the Grand Wash Cliffs are two of the more prominent landmarks on this drive, but it's the Joshua trees that add the scenic beauty. In: Scenic Drive [section]. Arizona Highways, 90(5)(May):52-53.
Austin, Steven A.

1984 21.115 Catastrophes in earth history; a source book of geologic evidence, speculation and theory. El Cajon, California: Institute for Creation Research, ICR Technical Monograph 13, 318 pp.

1988 21.3910 Grand Canyon lava flows: A survey of isotope dating methods. Impact (Institute for Creation Research), no. 178.

1992 21.3660 Excessively old "ages" for Grand Canyon lava flows. Impact (Institute for Creation Research), no. 224, 4 pp.

1992 21.116 Isotope and trace element analysis of hypersthene-normative basalts from the Quaternary of Uinkaret Plateau, western Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 24(7):A261.

1994 21.117 (ed.) Grand Canyon; monument to catastrophe. Santee, California: Institute for Creation Research, 284 pp.

1994 19.189 (ed.) Grand Canyon; monument to catastrophe. Santee, California: Institute for Creation Research, 284 pp.

1994 16.41 (ed.) Grand Canyon; monument to catastrophe. Santee, California: Institute for Creation Research, 284 pp.

1996 21.4498 Excess argon within mineral concentrates from the new dacite lava dome at Mount St Helens volcano. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal, 10(3)(December):335-343. [See in section "Applications to other K-Ar ages", reference to Toroweap Dam basalt, western Grand Canyon.]

2000 21.4233 The pre-Flood/Flood boundary: Correcting significant misunderstandings. CEN Technical Journal (Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal), 14(2):59-63. [Critique of paper by Carl R. Froede, Jr. (1999); also see reply by Froede (2000).]

2000 21.6064 Mineral isochron method applied as a test of the assumptions of radioisotope dating. In: Vardiman, Larry, Snelling, Andrew A., and Chaffin, Eugene F. (eds.), Radioisotopes and the age of the earth; a young-earth creationist research initiative. El Cajon, California: Institute for Creation Research, and St. Joseph, Missouri: Creation Research Society, pp. 95-121.

2000 21.6066 Mineral isochron method applied as a test of the assumptions of radioisotope dating. From: Appendix. Research proposals for RATE. In: Vardiman, Larry, Snelling, Andrew A., and Chaffin, Eugene F. (eds.), Radioisotopes and the age of the earth; a young-earth creationist research initiative. El Cajon, California: Institute for Creation Research, and St. Joseph, Missouri: Creation Research Society, pp. 569-575. [RATE: Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth.]

2003 21.4444 Nautiloid mass kill and burial event, Redwall Limestone (Lower Mississippian), grand Canyon region, Arizona and Nevada. In: Ivey, Robert L. (ed.), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Creationism; held August 4-9, 2003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; technical symposium sessions. Pittsburgh: Creation Science Fellowship.

2005 21.6087 Do radioisotope clocks need repair? Testing the assumptions of isochron dating using K-Ar, Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd, and Pb-Pb isotopes. In: Vardiman, L., et al. (eds.), RATE II: Radioisotopes and the age of the earth: Results of a young-earth creationist research initiative, Volume 2. San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, and Creation Research Society, pp. 325-392.

2007 21.4497 Izbitok argona v mineralnikh kontsentratakh novogo datsitovogo lavovogo kupola vulkana Cent-Khelens. Cokrashenniu varuanm smamu [Abridged version of the article]: Steven A. Austin. Excess argon within mineral concentrates from the new dacite lava dome at Mount St Helens volcano. In: Bufeev, Konstantine (ed.), Pravoslavnoe osmislenie tvoreniya mira; Vipusk 3 [Orthodox comprehension of the measure of creation, Release 3]. Moscow: Russian Orthodox Church, Division of Religion and Catechism, "Shestodnev" Missionary Enlightenment Center, pp. 332-346, color illustration on two covers. (XV Mezhdunarodnie Rozhdestvenskie Obrazovatelnie Chteniya [Orthodox comprehension of the measure of creation; XV International Christmas Educational Readings].) [In Russian. Abridgement of Austin (1996). See pp. 343-344.]

2008 21.4748 Red Rock Pass: Spillway of the Bonneville flood. Acts and Facts (Institute for Creation Research), (July):10-12. [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Austin, Steven A., and Snelling, Andrew A.

1998 21.3928 Discordant potassium-argon model and isochron "ages" for Cardenas Basalt (Middle Proterozoic) and associated diabase of eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Walsh, Robert E. (ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, held August 3-8, 1998, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; technical symposium sessions. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship, Inc., pp. 35-51.
Austin, Steven A., and Wise, Kurt P.

1994 21.118 The pre-Flood/Flood boundary: as defined in Grand Canyon, Arizona, and eastern Mojave Desert, California. In: Walsh, Robert E. (ed.), Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism, held July 18-23 1994, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship, Inc., pp. 37-47.

1995 21.119 Nautiloid mass-kill event at a hydrothermal mound within the Redwall Limestone (Mississippian), Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 27(6):A-369.
Austin, Steven A.; Baumgardner, John R.; Humphreys, D. Russell; Snelling, Andrew A.; Vardiman, Larry; and Wise, Kurt P.

1994 21.6279 Catastrophic plate tectonics: A global Flood model of earth history. In: Walsh, Robert E. (ed.), Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism, held July 18-23 1994, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship, Inc., pp. 609-621.
Austin, William; Farry, Shawn; Heinrich, Bill; Humphrey, Jeff; Leslie, Elaine; MacVEan, Susan; Olson, Chad; Osborn, Sophie; Palmer, Bruce; Parish, Chris; and Small, Michael

2003 19.2437 A review of the first five years of the California Condor reintroduction program in northern Arizona. [No place]: California Condor Review Team, for California Condor Recovery Team and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California/Nevada Operations Office, Sacramento, California, 62 pp.
Automobile Blue Book Publishing Co.

1918 9.797 Official automobile blue book. Vol. 8. California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona; with extension routes into Oregon and New Mexico. New York: Automobile Blue Book Publishing Co. [See particularly, "Arizona state history; Phoenix-Grand Canyon section", p. 612 ff; also various descriptions of driving routes in Grand Canyon-lower Colorado River areas, throughout volume. For Grand Canyon routes, of special note: "Route 438--Ashfork to Grand Canyon, Ariz.--72.4 m[i]., p. 520; "Route 439--Williams to Grand Canyon, Ariz.--63.4 m[i]., p. 521; "Route 441--Flagstaff to Grand Canyon, Ariz.--84.9 m[i]., p. 522. Other eds.]
Automobile Club of America

1921 9.967 A. C. A. trans-continental tour. Motor Travel, 13(3)(June):29-32. [Mileage chart for transcontinental loop tour, with two different cut-offs for shorter loops. Notes at Flagstaff, "Connection to Grand Canyon--71 miles" and at Williams, "Connection to Grand Canyon--66 miles". (entire note)]
Automobile Club of Southern California

no date 25.234 Map showing automobile routes to Hoover Dam and vicinity. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California, Map Service, 1 sheet.

no date 25.128 Map showing automobile routes to Boulder Canyon Dam area. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California, Map Service, 1 sheet. [Folded cover title: Automobile road map of Boulder 25.129Canyon Dam area. Boulder Dam, Hoover Dam.]

no date 25.158 Boulder Dam and vicinity. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California, Map No. 1959, 1 sheet.

1917 25.145 Automobile road map from Browley, El Centro to Yuma via Holtville and Planked Road. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California.

1953 25.15 Hoover Dam and vicinity. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California, 1 sheet.

1997 10.74 Guide to Colorado River, Lake Mead to Yuma; includes Lake Havasu, Lake Mojave, Laughlin, and Hoover Dam, plus attractions, campgrounds and recreation. Automobile Club of Southern California, folded-map format.
Auzias, Dominique, and Labourdette, Jean-Paul

2001 9.847 [California] (Stéphan Szeremeta, translator). [Beijing: Contemporary World Press], 165 pp. (see pp. 149-152). (Petit Futé Traveller Guide.) [In Chinese.]
Avalon Daggett Productions

1952 26.19 Tribe of the Turquoise Waters. Avalon Daggett Productions. 16-mm film. 13:00. Distributed by Ward's Natural Science Establishment, Modern Learning Aids Division, Rochester, New York. >Mon. 8: 12-13<
Avena, Giancarlo

1974 2.1198 Il Grand Canyon del Colorado. Milano: Fratelli Fabbri, 64 pp. (“Natura” series.) ["1974", i.e. 1977, fide Library of Congress.]
Averett, Robert C., and Taylor, Howard E.

1992 19.190 Biological water quality in the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. North American Benthological Society, Bulletin, 9(1):101. >Mon. 8: 4-32<
Averett, Robert, and Taylor, H. E.

no date 20.98 [GCES Phase II. E. U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona District Office and National Research Program. E10. Synoptic Water Quality Report. Phase II documentation, E10.] (Principal Investigators) Synoptic water-quality experiments on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Final. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]

1993 20.97 [GCES Phase II. E. U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona District Office and National Research Program. E10. Synoptic Water Quality Report. Phase II documentation, E10.] (Principal Investigators) Synoptic water-quality experiments on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Draft--31 March 1993. [This citation is reformatted from the table originally presented as Part 20 of this bibliography, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Glen Canyon Environmental Studies technical reports and related documents, compiled 1999 by GCES librarian Richard D. Quartaroli. Category and report number are as assembled for the GCES library, and this citation reflects this unique scheme; "no date" indicates none specified in the original table, although the document itself may bear a date. This title may be cited in another part of this bibliography, but some titles in Part 20 are unpublished reports cited only here. Part 20 is no longer updated, the GCES program having ended.]
Averett, Walter R.

no date 2.7618 Directory of southern Nevada place names. [Privately published]. [Exploratory ed., mimeographed; 200 copies only; sold by Arthur H. Clark Co.]

1962 2.7619 Directory of southern Nevada place names. [Privately published, Las Vegas], revised ed., 114 pp. ["Printed by the author on a Kelsey 5x8 press from hand-set 8-point Roman type"; 200 copies only. Although not indicated in book, sold by Arthur H. Clark Co., Glendale, California. Also a 2nd printing, reprinted by Arthur H. Clark Co., with better page design and margins; 300 copies only.]

1973 2.7620 Directory of southern Nevada place names. [Privately published], revised ed., 114 pp. [2nd printing, reprinted by Arthur H. Clark Co., with better page design and margins; 300 copies only.] FQ17:26 [1963]
Averill, Annalaura

1996 11.77 Brown-headed cowbird parasitism of Neotropical migratory songbirds in riparian areas along the lower Colorado River. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 148 pp. [^11.78^ Abstract in Masters Abstracts International, 35(3):734.]

1996 11.78 Brown-headed cowbird parasitism of Neotropical migratory songbirds in riparian areas along the lower Colorado River [abstract of Master's thesis]. Masters Abstracts International, 35(3):734.
Averill-Murray, Roy C.

2000 11.1693 (ed.) Status of the Sonoran population of the desert tortoise in Arizona: an update. [No place]: Arizona Interagency Desert Tortoise Team, 53 pp.
Averitt, P.

1964 21.120 Table of post-Cretaceous geologic events along the Hurricane fault, near Cedar City, Iron County, Utah. Geological Society of America, Bulletin, 75:901-907. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Averitt, P.; Detterman, J. S.; Harshbarger, J. W.; Repenning, C. A.; and Wilson, R. F.

1955 21.121 Revisions in correlation and nomenclature of Triassic and Jurassic formations in southwestern Utah and northern Arizona. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, 39:2515-2535. >Mon. 8: 3-14<
Avery, B.

1954 19.191 Wild turkey finds new home in Arizona's Kaibab Plateau. Arizona Days and Ways, (September 5):5. >Mon. 8: 4-10<
Avery, Ben

1979 2.1199 Bruce Babbitt: Walking tall in the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 55(5):2-5. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Avery, C. C.; Beus, Stanley S.; and Carothers, Steven W.

1987 22.28 A seasonal analysis of Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon, Arizona, 1914-1984 [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 22 (1987 Proceedings Supplement):52-53. >Mon. 8: 3-14<

1987 22.29 Seasonal analysis of Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon from 1914-1985. Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 17:55-66.
Avery, Luke, and Korman, Josh

2013 19.4372 Flow related responses to the age-0 rainbow trout population in the Colorado River in lower Glen Canyon, AZ [abstract]. In: 46th Joint Annual Meeting, Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of the Wildlife Society and Arizona/New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, pp. 16-17.
Avery, Valeen Tippetts

1981 2.1200 Free running; Charlie Spencer and his most remarkable water project; being an account of speculative investment in the Golden West of the 1900s (illustrated by Sharon Tippetts Rammell). Flagstaff, Arizona: Flagstaff Corral of Westerners International, 29 pp. ["Number two in a series"; 400 copies.] FQ9:23 FQ12A:15 FQ15:18 FQ17:27
Avey, Gary

1980 2.1201 (ed.) Arizona; land of color. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 96 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1980 2.1202 The Colorado--America's Nile. Arizona Highways, 56(10):1.

1981 2.1203 Capturing the Canyon. Arizona Highways, 57(4):1. [Editorial.] >Mon. 8: 1-10<

1983 2.1204 The desert shores of Mead and Mohave. Arizona Highways, 59(5):1. >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Avey, George M.

1942 25.337 Arizona welcomes you. Desert Magazine, 5(5)(March):[8-page insert]. [Cartoon map of Arizona, with verso text, "Arizona Welcomes You. A friendly guide for the traveler in the land of sunshine and scenic grandeur".]

1958 25.16 Map of the Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 34(6):2-3. (Base relief map copyr. 1953 by Jeppeson and Co.) >Mon. 8: 8-7<

1985 25.17 Arizona highways. In: A sampler of sixty years of Arizona Highways [feature]. Arizona Highways, 61(4):5. [Stylized map of the State; from 1938(?) issue.]
Avila Hernandez, Juan A.

2004 17.751 Blood, lies, and Indian rights; TCUs becoming gatekeepers for research. Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 16(2)(Winter):. [Tribal colleges and universities. Includes Havasupai blood-use case.]
Avila, Anel; Pawlowski, Steve; and Marsh, Diana

2009 18.1376 2006/2008 status of surface water quality in Arizona; Arizona's integrated 305(b) assessment and 303(d) listing report. [Phoenix]: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, [separately paginated chapters and appendices].
Avila, G.; Téllez, M.; and Flessa, K. W.

2000 11.3691 Variación espacial en la composición de la biocenosis y tanatocenosis de moluscos en el sur-oeste del Delta del Colorado, Golfo de California [abstract]. XII Congreso Nacional de Oceanografía, Huatulco, Oax., Libro de Resumenes, pp. 137-138.
Avila-Serrano, G. E.; Flessa, K. W.; Téllez-Duarte, M. A.; and Cintra-Buenrostro, C. E.

2006 11.1432 Distribución de la macrofauna intermareal del delta Río Colorado, norte del Golfo de California, México. Distribution of the intertidal macrofauna of the Colorado River delta. Cincias Marinas, 32(4):649-661. [In parallel Spanish and English texts.]
Avila-Serrano, G. E.; Téllez-Duarte, M. A.; Fermán-Almada, J. L.; and Flessa, K. W.

2006 11.2337 Spatial distribution in the coposition of biocoenosis and tanathocoenosis of molluscs in Colorado delta [abstract]. In: VI Simpósio Nacional de Geomorfologia/Regional Conference on Geomorphology; Geomorfologia Tropical e Subtropical: Processos, Métodos e Técnicas/Tropical and Subtropical Geomorphology: Processes, Methods and Techniques, Golânia, 6 a 10 de setembro de 2006/ Brazil, Golânia-GO, September 6-10, 2006.
Avila-Serrano, Guillermo E.; Flessa, Karl W.; and Téllez-Duarte, Miguel A.

2002 11.3678 Macrobenthic biocoenosis and thanatocoenosis in the south of Colorado delta. International Meeting on Geology of the Baja California Peninsula, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, April 4-6-2002.
Avila-Serrano, Guillermo E.; Téllez-Duarte, Miguel A.; and Flessa, Karl W.

2009 11.3417 Ecological changes on the Colorado River delta; the shelly fauna evidence. In: Johnson, Marces E., and Ledesma-Vázquez, Jorge (eds.), Atlas of coastal ecosystems in the western Gulf of California; tracking limestone deposits on the margin of a young sea. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 95-103.
Avillo, Philip J., Jr.

1970 2.1205 Fort Mohave, outpost on the upper Colorado. Journal of Arizona History, 11(2)(Summer):77-100.
Avirett, Lizzie (Mrs.)

1917 2.16200 A memory review of prophetic interpretation by P. S. G. Watson; The Antichrist; etc. El Paso, Texas: El Paso Printing Co., 165 pp. [Table of contents lists "A Memory review of 'Prophetic Interpretion' by P. S. G. Watson" (sic), and other essays, including, "The Antichrist". See in "Transfiguration" (pp. 24-29), presentation to the El Paso Woman's (sic) Club, November 8, 1910: "It is said that visitors to the tomb of Napoleon are permitted to speak only in whispers; while travelers tell us that when for the first time in the presence of the towering Matterhorn, our own Grand Canon, and other scenes of like nature, they are so overcome with admiration and awe that they are simply appalled and speechless . . . " (p. 25). (entire note)]
AvWebFlash

2006 16.969 Sunken B-29 "open" to public. Plane Talk (Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 1136), 11.3 (March):5. [Lake Mead bomber. Reprinted from web source.]
Awang-Damit, Hamidah

2008 17.679 Havasu Canyon flood update. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):13.
Axelrod, Alan

1990 2.1206 Art of the golden West. New York: Abbeyville Press, 418 pp. (see pp. 15, 48, 216, 224, 225). (Copyright Cross River Press.)
Axelrod, Daniel I.

1986 21.122 Cenozoic history of some western American pines. Missouri Botanical Garden, Annals, 73(3):565-641.
Axelsson, C.; Casserstedt, L.; Ekman, E.; Gorne, N.; Gustavsson, M.; Hansson, S.; Inerfeldt, A.; Lidhage, H.; Sjöqvist, A. S. L.; Strand, C.; and Zettervall, E.

2012 21.6251 The US Cordillera Excursion 2011 (Sjöqvist, Axel S. L., ed.). Göteborg, Sweden: Göteborgs Universitet, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Avdelningen för Geologi, Geovetarcentrum, 54 pp. (Göteborgs Universitet, Avdelningen för Geologi, C91, Rapport. Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten.) [Mostly in English.]

2012 21.6253 Travel journal; in Swedish. In: Axelsson, C., Casserstedt, L., Ekman, E., Gorne, N., Gustavsson, M., Hansson, S., Inerfeldt, A., Lidhage, H., Sjöqvist, A. S. L., Strand, C., and Zettervall, E., The US Cordillera Excursion 2011 (Sjöqvist, Axel S. L., ed.). Göteborg, Sweden: Göteborgs Universitet, Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Avdelningen för Geologi, Geovetarcentrum, pp. 3-12. [N.B.: There is no version in English.]
Axen, G. J.; Steeley, A.; Janecke, S.; Kairouz, M.; Black, N.; Shirvell, C., and Housen, B.

2006 11.2274 Low-angle normal faults in the northern Gulf of California extensional province: summary and implications for fault mechanics and strain partitioning. In: Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of California-Salton Trough Region; MARGINS-RCL Workshop, Ensenada, Mexico, 9-13 January, 2006, Abstracts, pp. 8-9. [Rupturing Continental Lithosphere.]
Axen, Gary J.; Luther, Amy; Selverstone, Jane; and Mozley, Peter S.

2013 11.5260 Layered fault rocks along the west Salton detachment fault (WSDF), southern California: A record of dozens of paleoseismic cycles. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 45(7):521.
Axen, Gary J.; Wernicke, Brian P.; Skelly, Michael F.; and Taylor, Wanda J.

1990 11.4984 Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonics of the Sevier thrust belt in the Virgin River Valley area, southern Nevada. In: Wernicke, Brian P. (ed.), Basin and Range extensional tectonics near the latitude of Las Vegas, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Memoir 176, pp. 123-154.

1990 21.123 Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonics of the Sevier thrust belt in the Virgin River Valley area, southern Nevada. In: Wernicke, Brian P., Basin and Range extensional tectonics near the latitude of Las Vegas, Nevada. Geological Society of America, Memoir 176, pp. 123-153. >Mon. 8: 3-99<
Axler, James

____ 27.129 Trader redux. Read by Doug McCallister. 2 cassette tapes, ca. 3 hours. [Outlander series.]

1994 7.138 Trader redux. Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Sydney, Hamburg, Stockholm, Athens, Tokyo, Milan, Madrid, Warsaw, Budapest, and Aukland: Worldwide Library, 349 pp. ("Deathlands" series. A Golden Eagle Book.)
Aycrigg, Jocelyn L.; Davidson, Anne; Svancara, Leona K.; Gergely, Kevin J.; McKerrow, Alexa; and Scott, J. Michael

2013 13.3101 Representation of ecological systems within the protected areas network of the continental United States. PLOS One, 8(1)(January):e54689, 15 pp. + Supporting Information (Table S1, available on PLOS One website as a Microsoft Excel file). [Cites Kaibab National Forest as an example, but data in this paper are analyzed only in summary form.]
Aydelott, Priscilla

2002 30.364 Bonelight sheds light on issues; political, environmental and deeply personal. Flagstaff Live!, (March 21-27):32. [Review of "Bonelight: Ruin and Grace in the New Southwest", by Mary Sojourner.]
Ayer, Eleanor

1992 6.21 Our national monuments. Brookfield, Connecticut: Millbrook Press, 48 pp. (see pp. 40, 41, 42).
Ayer, Eleanor H.

1990 17.33 Indians of Arizona; a guide to Arizona's heritage. Frederick, Colorado: Renaissance House, 48 pp. >Mon. 8: 6-13<
Ayer, I. Winslow

1880 2.16081 Life in the wilds of America, and wonders of the West in and beyond the bounds of civilization. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Central Publishing Co., 528 pp. [See within discussion of the State of Colorado; canyons of the Colorado River, including Grand Canyon, pp. 228-230, largely a quotation from John Wesley Powell.]
Ayers, Andrew D.

1999 19.192 Gammarus lacustris Sars (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the tailwater of a regulated river. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 31(2):83-96. [Date "1998 [Distributed March 1999]" (square brackets thus).]
Ayers, Anthony

2000 15.232 Cluster analysis of weather related general aviation accidents in Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 87 pp.
Ayers, Lon

1994 2.1207 Peasants on the throne; a difficult hike reveals the true meaning of wilderness. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 10(1):5-6.
Ayers, Ryan

2007 2.12480 Former Mako says farewell at Homestead; Maj. Gen. Larry Twitchell retires after 42 years of service. Flight Lines (482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead Air Reserve Base, Florida), 26(1)(January):8.
Ayers, Thomas

1884 21.5185 The Grand Cañon. In: Editorial Gossip [section]. Knowledge, 5(May 23)(134):376. [Inquiry relating to the time taken to excavate Grand Canyon.]
Ayers, Tina J.; Christi, Kyle; and Kearsley, Michael

2010 19.3296 Grand Canyon National Park; National Vegetation Mapping Program; 2007-2008 field crew support, data management, and review meeting for GRCAQ vegetation mapping; final report. Flagstaff, Arizona: Colorado Plateau Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit, 173 pp.
Ayers, Tina J.; Scott, Randall W.; Stevens, Lawrence E.; Warren, Kathy; Phillips, Arthur, III; and Yard, Michael D.

1995 19.193 Additions to the flora of Grand Canyon National Park--I. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 28(1/2):70-75.
Ayers, Tony

1993 18.126 Fundamentals of Information System Management. Scientific Information Management (Glen Canyon Environmental Studies), 1(2):1, 4.

1993 16.42 Protection of information on cultural sites. Scientific Information Management, 1(2):4.
Aylesworth, Thomas G.; Aylesworth, Virginia L.; Sieve, Jerry; and Rose, Mike

1986 2.1208 America's Southwest. New York: Gallery Books, 125 pp. (see pp. 15-19, 31). >Mon. 8: 1-10<
Ayné, P.

1907 12.3161 Le changement de lit du Colorado (Californie). Le Génie Civil (Paris), 51(5)(June 1):73-76.
Ayre, Gillian

no date 2.12304 America beckons. One In Eight (High Peak Community Arts' Exchanges Project, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire, United Kingdom), [first ed.]:6-7. [2005.]
Ayres, Abbie |New York Times|

1955 3.718 (September 18) Over the Grand Canyon. Arizona airline covers the great gorge. By Abbie Ayres. (p. X 29) [Grand Canyon Airline.]
Ayres, B. Drummond |New York Times|

1970 3.887 (December 5) The Japanese tourist is focusing on America. By B. Drummond Ayres. (p. 34)
Ayres, B. Drummond, Jr. |New York Times|

1998 3.1061 (June 4) Goldwater is honored as a man of principle. A day of pageantry for a crusty Republican. By B. Drummond Ayres, Jr. (p. B12) [Barry Goldwater memorial.]
Ayres, Neal, and Geiger, Norm

1992 18.127 Radioactivity in tributary samples. In: Colorado River Investigations XI; July-August, 1992 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, James N. David, Frank B. Lojko, and Lawrence E. Stevens). Report submitted to Robert S. Chandler, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 172-175.
Ayres, Neal; Craft, Laura; Dole, John; Ellis, Tamsey; McCutcheon, Jenny; and Spurgiesz, Tanya

1992 18.128 Human impact study on the beaches of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. In: Colorado River Investigations XI; July-August, 1992 (supervised by Stanley S. Beus, James N. David, Frank B. Lojko, and Lawrence E. Stevens). Report submitted to Robert S. Chandler, Grand Canyon National Park, pp. 38-65.
Ayscough, John (Bickerstaffe-Drew, Francis)

1921 2.13785 First impressions in America. London: John Long, Ltd., 318 pp. (see pp. 117-132).
Azar, John S.

1994 2.1209 A November visit to the paracamp. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 5(4):5.

1995 2.1210 Muav Saddle Cabin. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter), 6(1):3, 8.

1995 2.1211 A report on Teddy's cabin. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 6(10):9.

1996 2.1212 [Letter to the editor.] O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(1):5.

1996 2.1213 Pasture Wash. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 7(2):1-3. [Also see "A correction", The Ol' Pioneer [name change], 7(5):9.]

1997 2.1214 Jump Up Cabin. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 8(1):3-4. [Editorial note also mentions Muav Saddle Cabin, p. 4.]

1997 2.1215 [Letter regarding upcoming "Cabin-to-Cabin" hike.] The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 8(6):4.

1997 2.1216 Azar hike. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 8(8)(Fall):6-13. [From Jump Up Cabin to Teddy's Cabin, in four consecutive parts.]

1998 2.1217 Dock. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(1)(Winter 1997-1998):6-7 [also see photograph, p. 8]. [Dock Marston.]

1998 2.1218 [Letter to the editor.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(4):4. [Thanks for help with George Steck "Cremation party".]

1998 2.1219 Fyi--trip to Jump Up Cabin. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 2(6):4.

1998 2.1220 Uncle Jimmy. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(3)(September-December):8-10. [Uncle Jim Owens.]

1999 2.1221 A note from John Azar. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 3(2):4. [Eddie Hatch Cabin restoration.]

1999 2.1222 Nemo. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 10(3)(July-September):5-8. [Everett Ruess.]

2000 2.7621 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(July/September):6.

2000 2.7398 Eddie's Cabin. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(April-June):3-4. [Eddie Hatch.]

2000 2.7399 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(2)(April-June):12.

2001 2.8519 G.C. backpacking menus. Grand Canyon Footprints, 1(3)(Fall):[3]. [N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 3".]

2001 2.8283 Paracamp. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(3)(July-September):4-6.

2001 2.8284 John Azar's John Hance tale. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(3)(July-September):11.

2001 2.7902 Robert. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(1)(January/March):10-12. [Robert Benson Eschka.]

2001 2.8057 Captain Hance. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(2)(April/June):8. [John Hance.]

2002 2.9221 Proposed 2003 programs/outings. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 6(12):1.

2003 2.9456 John Harvey. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 14(3)(July/September):3-5. [Harvey Butchart.]

2004 2.9826 Minutes of the October 19, 2003 semiannual meeting. Footprints, no. 8 (January/February):2-3.
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