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Maney, Richard

1919 28.738 Theodore Roosevelt--sportsman. American Angler, 3(10)(February):556. [Photo caption, "Theodore Roosevelt in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado"; but photo depicts him at Yosemite.]
Manfredini, Becky

2014 6.919 Hike down the Grand Canyon. In: Harvey, Stephanie, and Goudvis, Anne (program consultants), Grand Canyon National Park. [No place]: National Geographic Learning, Cengage Learning, pp. 8-15.
Manfredini, Becky, and Kostenko, Max

2014 6.982 The story of Brighty the burro. In: Harvey, Stephanie, and Goudvis, Anne (program consultants), Grand Canyon National Park. [No place]: National Geographic Learning, Cengage Learning, pp. 16-23. [Historical fiction.]
Mangelsdorf, Karen Underhill

1985 30.178 "Solitude and Sunshine: Images of a Grand Canyon Childhood", by Stephen G. Maurer. Journal of Arizona History, 26(4)(Winter):459-460.
Mangiapane, Victoria

2008 8.317 Ode to our boatmen. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 7 (Fall):15.
Mangold, Hal

1999 7.149 Canyon o' doom. Blacksburg, Virginia: Pinnacle Entertainment Group, Inc., 128 pp. [Guide for "Deadlands" role-playing game. "The Weird West". No. 1028.]
Mangum, Fred A.

1990 19.950 Aquatic ecosystem inventory, macroinvertebrate analysis, North Canyon Creek, Kaibab National Forest, 1990. Provo, Utah: U.S. Forest Service, Intermountain Region, Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis Laboratory, Brigham Young University, 8 pp.
Mangum, Richard K. [Dick]

1994 2.4294 Historial Mormon hero touches Arizona. (Part one of a series). Mountain Living Magazine, (July):19. [Lot Smith.]

1994 2.4295 Historical Mormon hero moves to the Little Colorado River. (Part two of a series.) Mountain Living Magazine, (August):30. [Lot Smith.]

1994 2.4296 Mormon settlement fails; Lot Smith perishes. Mountain Living Magazine, (September):22.

1995 2.4297 An idea. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 6(3)(March):8-9. [Letter regarding naming a Grand Canyon feature after Pete Berry.]

1997 2.4298 The Pete Berry story, part one. Mountain Living Magazine, 15(11)(November):63.

1997 2.4299 The Pete Berry story, part two. Mountain Living Magazine, 15(12)(December):39.

1998 2.4300 History in the making. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 9(1)(Winter 1997-1998):13-14 [also see photographs, p. 9].

1998 2.4301 The first car to Grand Canyon, part one. Mountain Living Magazine, 16(7)(July):60.

2001 2.8677 The amazing trackless train and the lost town of Bobsburg. Plateau Journal, 5(2) [Fall/Winter]:36-41.
Mangum, Richard K., and Mangum, Sherry G.

1992 9.248 Flagstaff hikes; 105 day hikes around Flagstaff, Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 218 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-7<

1992 9.249 Flagstaff hikes. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 2nd revised ed.

1993 2.4302 Flagstaff album; Flagstaff's first 50 years in photographs, 1876-1926. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 64 pp. (see pp. 46, 47).

1995 9.250 Flagstaff hikes. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 3rd revised ed., 264 pp.

1997 2.4303 (in cooperation with Museum of Northern Arizona) One woman's West; the life of Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, 151 pp.

1998 9.251 Flagstaff hikes. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 4th revised ed., 288 pp.

1998 9.252 Williams guidebook. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 128 pp.

1999 2.4304 Grand Canyon-Flagstaff Stage Coach Line; a history and exploration guide. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, Inc., 100 pp. [Includes separate chapters, with their own endnotes, on "Bicycles" (pp. 74-79) and "Automobiles" (pp. 80-87); also an "Exploration Guide" (pp. 88-96).] FQ13A:129 FQ14:385 FQ15:345 FQ16:133 FQ17:274

1999 2.4305 Tracking the stage; on the trail of the Garden of Eden. Flagstaff Live!, (June 3-9):24.

1999 9.1074 Grand Canyon-Flagstaff Stage Coach Line; a history and exploration guide. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, Inc., 100 pp. [Includes "Exploration Guide; Exploring the Grand Canyon-Flagstaff Stagecoach Route & Sites Today; Driving, Biking, Hiking" (pp. 88-96).] [Grand Canyon-Flagstaff stagecoach line.]

2001 9.537 Route 66 across Arizona; a comprehensive two-way guide for touring Route 66. Flagstaff, Arizona: Hexagon Press, 112 pp.

2003 2.15828 Flagstaff; past and present. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, 96 pp. [Clothbound and paperbound states.]
Manje, Juan Mateo

1954 2.4306 Luz de tierra incognita; unknown Arizona and Sonora, 1693-1721 (Harry J. Karns, translator). Tucson: Arizona Silhouettes, 303 pp. [1500 copies.] FQ9:379
Mankiewicz, Carol

1979 21.2027 Mesozoic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region. In: Nelson, C. A. (ed.), Grand Canyon. University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, ESSSO Guidebook 9, pp. 34-40. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mankin, J. B.; Gardner, R. H.; O'Neill, R. V.; and Carney, J. H.

1981 19.3171 A comparison of sensitivity analysis and error analysis based on a stream ecosystem model. Ecological Modelling, 12(3):173-190. [Effects of Glen Canyon Dam.]
Manley, Harriot

2003 30.1085 [Reviews of The Journals of Lewis and Clark" by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman, and The Exploration of the Colorado River and its Canyons by John Wesley Powell.] Sunset, 210(1)(January):12-.
Manley, Ray

1956 28.1105 The June cover. Life and Health (Washington, D.C.), 71(6)(June):cover, 4. [Havasu Falls. Description on p. 4 intimates the view is of Mooney Falls.]

1956 2.8380 Arizona is my studio. Arizona Highways, 32(8):15-31, 40, all covers.

1957 28.167 "Grand Canyon at Toroweap Point". Arizona Highways, 33(5):inside front cover.

1957 28.168 "At Lookout Point--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 33(5):15.

1957 28.169 "The enchanted gorge--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 33(5):15.

1957 28.170 "On the Trail--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 33(5):20.

1957 28.171 "Mooney Falls". Arizona Highways, 33(5):back cover.

1960 28.405 [Cover wrap illustration.] Growing Pains (Northern Arizona University), 1:covers. [Cover title: Growing Pains-60. A.I.P.A.-A.S.C. Publications Workshop. Northern Arizona University catalogue provides summary, "First `yearbook' for the summer workshops for high school students on producing student newspapers and yearbooks held at the Northern Arizona University campus." (Arizona State College.)]

1965 2.4307 Ray Manley's Arizona. Tucson: Shandling Lithographing Co., 66 pp. FQ1:177 FQ7:140 FQ8:263

1968 28.172 "Bright Canyon day after snow storm--Grand Canyon". Arizona Highways, 44(6):19.

1979 2.4308 Ray Manley's Indian lands. Tucson: Ray Manley Photography, 72 pp. (text by Tanner, C. L.). >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Mann, Dean

1963 12.833 The politics of water in Arizona. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 317 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-26< Guidon 432
Mann, Dean E.

1969 2.18574 The political implications of migration to the arid lands of the United States. Natural Resources Journal, 9(April):212-227.

1976 13.867 Water policy and decision-making in the Colorado River basin. Lake Powell Research Project, Bulletin 24, 56 pp. (Los Angeles: Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics.)
Mann, Dean E.; Weatherford, Gary D.; Nichols, Phillip

1974 2.4309 Legal-political history of water resource development in the upper Colorado River basin. Part I, Summary of the legislative history of the Colorado River Storage Project by Gard De. Weatherford and Phillip Nichols; Part II, The politics of water resource development in the upper Colorado River basin, by Dean E. Mann. Lake Powell Research Project, Bulletin 4, 53 pp. [Upper Colorado River, but includes Glen Canyon Dam.]
Mann, E. B.

1982 19.3690 The Everglades hunt. Field and Stream, 87(7)(November):39. [Includes note of removal of burros from Grand Canyon.]
Mann, Elizabeth

2001 6.445 Hoover Dam (illustrations by Alan Witschonke). New York: Mikaya Press, 48 pp. (Wonders of the World Books.) [Cover title adds: "The story of hard times, tough people and the taming of a wild river".]
Mann, Henry

1903 2.18086 (ed.) The crown encyclopedia and gazetteer; a reference library of useful knowledge. [Volume I. A-Cov.] New York: The Christian Herald, 608 pp. [See p. 560, "Colorado River, or Colorado of the West".]
Mann, Kay J.

2015 17.1737 Grand Canyon elites. Smithsonian, (April):. [Letter. Comment on article by David Roberts in March issue (see Item no. 17.1707).]
Mann, L. J.

1972 21.2028 Ground-water resources in southern Navajo County. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 800-A, p. A72. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1975 21.2029 Ground-water resources of southern Navajo County. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 975, 110 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1979 21.2030 Water budget and mathematical model of the Coconino aquifer, southern Navajo County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report, 76 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-60<
Mann, Walter G.

1931 19.2315 A brief history and present plan of management. Kaibab Forest, Arizona: U.S. Forest Service.
Manner, Barbara M., and Corbett, Robert G.

1993 21.2031 Grand Canyon experience inspires teachers of various disciplines. Journal of Geological Education, 41(5):445-446.

1993 14.130 Grand Canyon experience inspires teachers of various disciplines. Journal of Geological Education, 41(5):445-446.

1996 14.131 Addressing the interests and learning styles of participants in field trips to national parks. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 28(7):A-82 to A-83.

1996 21.2032 Addressing the interests and learning styles of participants in field trips to national parks. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 28(7):A-82 to A-83.
Mannering, Guy

1961 26.469 Grand Canyon uprun; jet boats conquer the Colorado. Christchurch, New Zealand: C. W. F. Hamilton and Co., Ltd., 16 mm film. 32:00.

2003 26.470 Grand Canyon uprun; jet boats conquer the Colorado. [Sydney, New South Wales, Australia]: Black Magic Media, DVD. [Re-issue of 1961 motion picture film.]

2010 2.16802 [Comments.] From: Uprun Accounts from other Expedition Members. In: Hamilton, Joyce, White water; the Colorado River Jet Boat Expedition (Tony Kean, ed.; foreword by Phil Smith and Buzz Belknap). Christchurch, New Zealand: Joyce Hamilton and Tony Kean, 50th anniversary ed., pp. 234-245.
Mannering, Margie

2010 2.16803 [Comments.] From: Uprun Accounts from other Expedition Members. In: Hamilton, Joyce, White water; the Colorado River Jet Boat Expedition (Tony Kean, ed.; foreword by Phil Smith and Buzz Belknap). Christchurch, New Zealand: Joyce Hamilton and Tony Kean, 50th anniversary ed., p. 246.
Manners, Robert A.

1957 17.599 Tribe and tribal boundaries: The Walapai. Ethnohistory, 4(1)(Winter):1-26.

1974 17.719 An ethnological report on the Hualapai (Walapai) Indians of Arizona. New York and London: Garland Publishing Co., Inc., 227 pp. (U.S. Indian Claims Commission, Defendant's exhibit no. 2, Indian Claims Commission docket no. 91.) (Hualapai Indians, Vol. 2.)

1974 17.268 Introduction to the ethnohistorical reports on the land claims cases. In: Horr, David Agee (compiler, ed.), Havasupai Indians. New York and London: Garland Publishing Co., Inc., pp. 17-22.

1974 17.269 Havasupai Indians--an ethnohistorical report. Docket No. 91, Def. Ex. No. 1. In: Horr, David Agee (compiler, ed.), Havasupai Indians. New York and London: Garland Publishing Co., Inc., pp. 23-175 (original pagination, 151 pp.). >Mon. 8: 6-8<
Manning, Cyril

2002 2.9523 Call of the chasm; not much compares to a 25-mile, rim-to-rim trek across the Grand Canyon in one day. Attaché, (August).
Manning, Elizabeth

1996 19.951 Some big birds come back. High Country News, (November 25):4. [Condors.]
Manning, Jason

1992 7.195 Showdown at Seven Springs. New York: Zebra Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 223 pp. [Yuma region.]
Manning, Judi

2009 19.3050 Kaibab squirrel; subspecies: Sciurus aberti kaibabensis. Far Flowing Water (Owashtanong Islands Audubon Society, Michigan), 21(3)(November):6.
Manning, Leah; Guy, Gary; and Butler, Susan

2008 12.2131 How to export water and grow supplies in your own basin: Balancing agricultural, urban, and environmental water needs in the lower Colorado River [abstract]. American Society of Civil Engineers, Conference Proceedings, 316:48.
Manning, Reg

1938 2.4311 Cartoon guide of Arizona. New York: J. J. Augustin, printer, 121 pp. (see pp. 26-31). >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ6:159 [1948] FQ9:383 [1943] FQ10:224 [1943] FQ11:265 [1944]

1938 2.4312 Reg Manning's cartoon guide of the Boulder Dam country. New York: J. J. Augustin, printer, 50 [51] pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ8:267 FQ12:137A, 137B FQ15:139A, 139B

1939 2.4313 Cartoon guide to the Boulder Dam country. New York: J. J. Augustin, printer, 50 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ12:137C FQ15:139C

1968 2.4314 What is Arizona really like? Phoenix: Reganson Cartoon Books, 119 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Manning, Robert E.

1986 14.132 Studies in outdoor recreation; search and research for satisfaction. Corvellis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press.

1995 2.4310 Future perfect; our family visit to Grand Canyon (as it will have been). Parks and Recreation, 30(9)(September):66-70, 72-74.

1999 14.664 Crowding and carrying capacity in outdoor recreation: From normative standards to standards of quality. In: Jackson, Edgar Lionel, and Burton, Thomas L. (eds.), Leisure studies; prospects for the twenty-first century. State College, Pennsylvania: Venture Publishing, pp. 323-334.

2001 14.661 Visitor experience and resource protection: A framework for managing the carrying capacity of national parks. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19(1)(Spring):93-108.
Manning, Robert E.; Lawson, Steve; and Valliere, William

2009 14.665 Multiple manifestations of crowding in outdoor recreation: A study of the relative importance of crowding-related indicators using indifference curves. Leisure/Loisir, 33(2):637-658.
Manning, Robert E.; Valliere, William A.; Lawson, Steven R.; Wang, Benjamin; and Newman, Peter

2000 14.785 Theoretical and methodological issues in measuring crowding norms in outdoor recreation [abstract]. In: Burdge, Rabel, Miles, John, Alper, Donald, and Kruger, Linda (Steering Committee), Transcending Boundaries; Natural Resource Management from Summit to Sea. Book of abstracts. 8th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, June 17-21, 2000, Bellingham, Washington, USA. Portland, Oregon: U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-497, pp. 197-198. [Notes that study data included visitor surveys conducted at Grand Canyon National Park (no further park-specific information here).]
Manning, Steven J.

1989 16.908 A reappraisal of the Cave Valley style: The perception of a Virgin River style and a Kanab Creek style. Utah Archaeological Research Institute, Occasional Papers, 1.
Manning, Thomas G.

1941 2.10101 Science in a democracy; the origins and early history of the United States Geological Survey, 1867-1894. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.

1955 30.451 "Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West", by Wallace Stegner. American Historical Review, 60(2)(January):389-390.

1967 2.4315 Government in science; the U.S. Geological Survey, 1867-1894. University of Kentucky Press, 257 pp. FQ1:67 FQ2:61 FQ3:87 FQ4:98 FQ5:247 FQ6:160 FQ7:143 FQ8:266 FQ9:382 FQ10:223 FQ11:264 Guidon 433
Manning, Warren

2002 2.12305 Making wheels a family tradition. Ma'asei Yaldeinu (Department of Youth Activities, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, New York), 3(2)(Fall/Winter):[1]. ["I fondly recall leading Schacharit services looking over one of the great majesties of God's creation, the Grand Canyon." (entire note)]
Mannion, John B.

1994 12.834 The cost of water conservation is the cost of change. In: Durdu, Susan, and Patrick, Ruth (eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference [on Environmental Issues]; Water: our next crisis? Academy of Natural Sciences. Philadelphia: Academy of Natural Sciences [of Philadelphia], pp. 277-289.
Mannion, L. E.

1974 11.894 Virgin River salt deposits, Clark County, Nevada. In: Coogan, A. H. (ed.), Fourth symposium on salt. Cleveland, Ohio: Northern Ohio Geological Society, 1:166-175.
Manns, T.

1978 9.917 A guide to Grand Canyon Village historic district. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, [unpaginated]. >Mon. 8: 7-9<
Manns, Timothy R.

1992 19.952 (compiler) Pipe Spring, N.M., AZ. In: [92nd Christmas bird count]. American Birds, 46(4):937.
Maño, Luis

2013 2.20307 La Presa Hoover; la primera gran obra de hormigón de la humanidad. El Correo del Oeste (Centro Filatélico Numismático Ituzaingó, Buenos Aires, Argentina), 29(118)(October):28. [Hoover Dam commemorative coin.]
Mañon M., A.; Sánchez A., A.; Fausto L., J. J.; Jiménez S., M. E.; Jacobo R., A.; and Esquer P., I.

1978 11.3089 Modelo geoquimico preliminar del Campo Geotermico de Cerro Prieto. Preliminary geochemical model of the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field. In: Proceedings/Actas; First Symposium on the Cerro Prieto Geothermal Field, Baja California, Mexico, September 20-22, 1978, San Diego, California. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 83-94.
Manoncourt, Chantal

2013 2.20720 A la conquête de l'Ouest américain; sur la piste des cow-boys et des Indiens, de canyons en déserts, l'Ouest américaine offre, de la Californie à l'Arizona, d'éblouissants et gigantesques paysages à l'image du rêve américaine. Climats (Caisse Nationale de Retraites des Agents des Collectivités Locales, Bordeaux, France), (73)(July):12-13.
Manone, Mark F.; Hazel, Joseph E., Jr.; Parnell, Rod; and Dexter, Leland

1996 22.286 Monitoring the effects of flow regulation from Glen Canyon Dam on Colorado River sand bars [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 77(46, Supplement):F273.
Manone, Mark Francis

2009 22.758 A comparative assessment of change on sandbars in Grand Canyon using stereo versus planimetric photogrammetry. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 56 pp.
Manone, Mark, and Mietz, Steve

2001 22.499 Preliminary evaluation of LIDAR data acquired prior to and following the September 2001 Colorado River experimental flow. In: Colorado River Ecosystem Science Symposium 2001; Little America Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona, April 26 and 27, 2001; organized by the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, U.S. Geological Survey. Program and abstracts. [Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center], p. 23. (Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program.)
Mañosa, Cecilia

2004 17.1444 The Hopi; a companion guide for elementary and middle school teachers (grades 4-8). [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. National Museum of the American Indian, Indigenous Geography, [34] pp. [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Mansfield, Edith

1899 2.13964 [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. 90.
Mansfield, S. M.

1869 2.13257 [Correspondence, December 10, 1867.] In: Schofield, J. M., Report of the [U.S. Army] Chief of Engineers to the Secretary of War, for the year 1868. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Appendix X, pp. 1188-1190. (Volume U.S. 40th Congress, 3rd Session, House Executive Document 1, Part 2, Volume 5, Serial 1368.) [Lower Colorado River survey.]
Manson, Craig

2002 13.2749 Special regulations; Areas of the National Park System. Federal Register, 67(172)(September 5):56785-56794. [Personal watercraft use in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.]

2003 13.2755 Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, PWC use. Federal Register, 68(187)(September 26):55448-55466. [Personal watercraft use. See p. 55465, includes "On the Colorado River between Glen Canon Dam and the downstream river boundary of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area where it adjoins Grand Canyon National Park."]
Manus, Mihio

2014 17.1619 Navajo Nation yet to consult with Hopi Tribe over Escalade project. The Hopi Tutuveni, 22(11)(June 3):1, 6.
Manville, Ira A.

1939 11.1408 The selenium problem and its relationship to public health. American Journal of Public Health, 29(July):709- (see pp. 716-717).
Manydeeds, Stephen A., and Smith, Bruce D.

1991 11.5070 (eds.) Mineral frontiers on Indian lands. [No place]: U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Division of Energy and Mineral Resources. [See "Colorado River Indian Reservation, Parker, Arizona", pp. 32-42.]
Manzanita [pseudonym]

1906 17.1129 When three suns went south. Western Field, 8(1)(February):37-41. [Blackfeet story; includes reference to "the Deep-river-of-the-south" that the author indicates is "Probably the Grand Cañon", although it is uncertain if he refers to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River (perhaps not, but the item is included here for its bibliographical pertinence).]
Manzi, Aline D.

1998 18.450 Grand Canyon air quality. National Parks, 72(11-12):11. [Letter.]
Mao, Shuxue; Xu, Rui; Li, Zhe; and Li, Yunfei

2011 11.5683 Global stability of an eco-epidemiological model with time delay and saturation incidence. Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, doi:10.1155/2011/730783, 22 pp. [Includes Salton Sea.]
Mao, Y. H.; Li, Q. B.; Zhang, L.; Chen, Y.; Randerson, J. T.; Chen, D.; and Liou, K. N.

2011 18.1393 Biomass burning contribution to black carbon in the western United States mountain ranges. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11:11253-11266.
Map, Inc.

1985 25.65 Arizona travel adventures and trivia map [New Mexico map on reverse]. Norman, Oklahoma: Map, Inc., 1 sheet.
Mapatis, Elenora

1981 17.717 (major story teller) Kathad ganavj (transcribed and transliterated by Lucille J. Watahomigie, et al.; illustrations by Leanne Hinton; petroglyph designs by LaVan Martineau). Peach Springs, Arizona: Hualapai Bilingual Program, Peach Springs School District No. 8, 453 pp. [Hualapai and English.]

1984 17.1203 (narrator) Madwida. From: Lucille J. Watahomigie, Powskey, Malinda, Bender, Jorigine, Uqualla, Josie, and Yamamoto, Akira (eds.), Hualapai literature. In: Hinton, Leanne, and Watahomigie, Lucille (eds.), Spirit Mountain: An anthology of Yuman story and song. Tucson: Sun Tracks and University of Arizona Press, pp. 43-52. (Sun Tracks, Volume 10.) [In Hualapai and English. For a sung version in Havasupai see Hanna.] [Diacritical marks in item title do not display online.]
Mapatis, Elenora; Watahomigie, Lucille J.; Hinton, Leanne; and Martineau, LaVan

1981 17.1722 Kathad Ganavj. Peach Springs, Arizona: Hualapai Bilingual Program, Peach Springs School District No. 8, 453 pp. [Folklore. Mapatis was the principal story-teller.]
Maple, Leslie

2009 2.12326 Low County Paddlers meeting minutes, November 17, 2008. The Yakker (Low Country Paddlers Club Newsletter, Charleston, South Carolina), (January):3-4. [Includes notice of presentation by Wendy Wicke on Grand Canyon rafting and paddling trip.]
Maples, Christopher G., and Buchanan, Rex

1989 21.2033 Raymond Cecil Moore (1892-1974): Memorial and bibliography (in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Kansas Geological Survey). Journal of Paleontology, 63(6, Supplement):1-29 (dual imprint also as Paleontological Society, Memoir 25). >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1989 4.104 Raymond Cecil Moore (1892-1974): Memorial and bibliography (in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Kansas Geological Survey). Journal of Paleontology, 63(6, Supplement):1-29 (jointly as Paleontological Society, Memoir 25). [Moore, Raymond Cecil (1892-1974)]
Maptech

1998 29.8 Grand Canyon National Park; national park digital guide. Greenland, New Hampshire: Maptech, CD-ROM.
Maratta, Hardesty G.

1901 2.16998 Scenic structure. Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 678,012, dated July 9, 1901. Application filed August 10, 1900. Serial No. 28,460. (No model.) U.S. Patent Office, 3 pp. [Patent for "a new and useful Improvement in Scenic Structures". "This invention relates to an improved scenic structure for more completely giving pictorial representations of objects-as, for example, landscapes . . . ." "The scene (usually a landscape) is painted upon the background . . . and upon the wings, according to the nature of the view. If this part of the work be done artistically, the effect is very pleasing to the eye, and an accurate impression of the natural scene can be conveyed even in cases when an ordinary drawing or flat picture does not succeed. This is notably true of such views as the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, where it is extremely difficult by ordinary means to give a correct impression of the vastness of the scene coupled with the descent of the ground before the eye, and which can be very successfully done by this means." (entire note of pertinence)]
Marble, Fred E.

1929 2.4316 Marble's round the world travel-guide. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, new and revised ed., 429+ pp. (see p. 22). >Mon. 8: 1-67<
Marble, James Russell

1985 11.5415 Techniques of revegetation and reclamation of land damaged by off-road vehicles in the Lake Mead Recreation Area. Las Vegas: University of nevada at Las Vegas, Department of Biological Sciences, Cooperative national Park Resources Unit, 142 pp.
Marble, John Putnam

1943 21.4916 Exhibit E. Report of the vice-chairman. In: Lane, Alfred C. (chairman), Report of the Committee on the Measurement of Geologic Time, 1942-1943; presented at the annual meeting of the Division of Geology and Geography, National Research Council, May 1, 1943. Washington, D.C.: U.S. National Research Council, pp. 38-40 (see p. 39).
Marcak, Shannan

2008 15.434 Good decisions lead to fortunate outcome for Grand Canyon backpackers. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Assocation members newsletter, 14(3)(Fall):3.
Marcell, Ervin [Schmutz, Ervin M.]

1986 2.11427 (narrator) Charley Chick Chicken; a history of mustangs on the Arizona Strip (illustrated by Thomas P. Harlan). Tucson: E. M. Schmutz, 107 pp.
Marcella, Karen Erickson Fitch

1961 2.17984 History of the economic development of the Salton Sea area. Master's thesis, University of Southern California, 296 pp.
Marcelle, J. R. Kurt

2013 8.564 Spiritual poetic insights. [No place]: CreateSpace, 50 pp. [An on-demand publication.] [See "The Grand View", pp. 23-25.]
March, Ryan

2007 6.895 (ed.) Southwest splendors; Disney Vacation Club exclusive adventure 2007. Disney Files Magazine, 16(4)(Winter):17-19. [Photographs. Includes Grand Canyon visit.]
Marchaza, Lauren M.

2007 17.1446 Selling authenticity: The role of Zuni knifewings and rainbow gods in tourism of the American Southwest. Master's thesis, Ohio University, 68 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Marché, Jordan D., II

1992 21.2034 Edward Hitchcock, Fucoides, and the ichnogenus Scoyenia. Earth Sciences History, 11(1):13-20. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Marchetti, David W.

2010 21.5403 Quaternary geology and geomorphology of the Fremont River drainage basin, south-central Utah [abstract]. In: CR_Evolution_2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II Workshop: May 24-26, 2010, Flagstaff, Arizona, 5 pp. [With application to geological history of Colorado River.]
Marchetti, David W., and Cerling, Thure E.

2001 21.3990 Bedrock incision rates for the Fremont River, tributary of the Colorado River. In: Young, Richard A., and Spamer, Earle E. (eds.), Colorado River: Origin and evolution; proceedings of a symposium held at Grand Canyon National Park in June, 2000. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 125-127. (Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 12.) [2004.]
Marchetti, David W.; Bailey, Christopher M.; Hynek, Scott A.; and Cerling, Thure E.

2011 21.5554 Quaternary geology and geomorphology of the Fremont River drainage basin, south-central Utah. 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. 206-211.
Marchetti, David W.; Fenton, Cassandra; and Cerling, Thure

2003 21.3919 Cosmogenic exposure ages of desert pavements: What are they really telling us? 16th INQUA Congress; programs with abstracts, July 23-30, 2003, Reno Hilton Hotel and Conference Center, Reno, Nevada, USA (Reno: Desert Research Institute), p. 228.
Marcias, Angelica

2011 2.20928 Dear valued patients . . . Pinyon Press (Xanterra South Rim, L.L.C., Grand Canyon), 2011(19)(September 21):3. [Farewell message from North Country-Grand Canyon Clinic physician. Notes replacement Kristen Burkholder and nurse practitioner, Mary Gdula.] [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Marco Polo

1997 9.590 USA Südwest; Marco Polo Reiseführer; Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Las Vegas. Ostfildern: Mairs Geographischer Verlag.
Marconi, Maria Cristina

2001 2.17556 Marconi my beloved. 2001 U. K. Centenary Edition; edited, enlarged and updated by Elettra Marconi. Boston: Dante University of America Press, 425 pp. [Title-page verso gives place of publication as Wellesley, Massachusetts. Distributed by Branden Publishing Co. 2nd ed. of the 1st English ed., 1999; a translation of Mio marito Guglielmo; about the author's life with Guglielmo Marconi.] [See photo, p. 183, "Marconi with Maria Cristina atop the Grand Canyon in Colorado [sic], 1933." See also in text, pp. 212-213.]
Marcos, Jose, and Cornelius, Steve

2004 11.1423 Mapping the organizational landscape in the Colorado River delta: the big picture on binational collaboration. Southwest Hydrology, 3(1)(January/February):22-23, 26.

2004 12.2095 Mapping the organizational landscape in the Colorado River delta: the big picture on binational collaboration. Southwest Hydrology, 3(1)(January/February):22-23, 26.
Marcou, Jules

no date 21.2035 Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, microfilm. (American Culture Series, Reel 318.5.)

1854 11.3915 [Extract from letter from Jules Marcou to Monsieur Delesse.] In: Séance du 21 novembre 1853. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Series 2, 11:87-88.

1854 11.3916 Extrait d'une lettre de M. J. Marcou à M. Delesse. Résumé d'une section géologique des montagnes Rocheuses à San-Pedro, sur la côte de l'océan Pacifique. In: Séance du 5 juin 1854. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Series 2, 11:474-478.

1855 11.3513 Résumé explicatif d'une carte géologique des états-Unis et des provinces anglaises de l'Amérique du Nord, avec un profil géologique allant de la vallée du Mississipi aux côtes du Pacifique, et une planche de fossiles. In: Séance de 21 mai 1855. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Series 2, 12:813-936.

1855 11.2874 Notes géologiques sur le pays compris entre Preston, sur la rivière Rouge, et le Paso, sur le rio Grande del Norte. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, series 2, 12(2):808-936, Plate 20. [Includes the region of the lower Colorado River of the West.]

1855 11.7729 Über die Geologie der Vereinigten Staaten und der englischen Provinzen von Nord-Amerika. Mittheilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographischer Ansalt über Wichtige Neue Erforschungen auf dem Gesammtgebiete der Geographie von Dr. A. Petermann [Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen], 1855(July):149-159, Plate 15.

1855 21.2036 Über die Geologie der Vereinigten Staaten und der englischen Provinzen von Nord-Amerika. Mittheilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographischer Ansalt über Wichtige Neue Erforschungen auf dem Gesammtgebiete der Geographie von Dr. A. Petermann [Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen], 1855(July):149-159, Plate 15.

1856 11.501 Resumé and field notes, by Jules Marcou, geologist and mining engineer to the expedition; with a translation by William P. Blake. Itinéraire géologique du Fort Smith et Napoléon (Arkansas) au Rio Colorado de Californie. (Original.) Geological itinerary from Fort Smith and Napoleon (Arkansas) to the River Colorado of California. (Translation.) In: Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Made under the direction of the Secretary of War, in 1853-4, according to Acts of Congress of March 3, 1853, May 31, 1854, and August 5, 1854. U.S. 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 91, pp. 121-164. ("This paper is a copy of Mr. Marcou's field-book, and is an exact transcript of the original rough notes as they were taken while on the road or in camp.") [In parallel French and English texts.]

1856 11.4006 Terreno carbonifero de la América septentrional. Revista de los Progresos de las Ciencias (Madrid), 6(1)(January):46-62. [Credited to "Bibliot. univ. de Ginebra, junio 1855."]

1856 11.4007 Sobre la geologia de los Estados-Unidos y de las provincias Inglesas de Norte-América. Revista de los Progresos de las Ciencias (Madrid), 6(5)(May):288-313. [Credited to "Mittheilungen aus Justus Pertas [sic] Geographischer Austhral, Eutrega VI, Gotha, 1855." Translation of Marcou (1855) in Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen (see Item no. 21.2036).]

1856 11.4005 Resumé of a reconnaissance, extending from Napoleon, at the junction of the Arkansas with the Mississippi, to the Pueblo de Los Angeles, in California. In: Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. Made under the direction of the Secretary of War, in 1853-4, according to Acts of Congress of March 3, 1853, May 31, 1854, and August 5, 1854. U.S. 33rd Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 91, pp. 165-171. [In English.]

1858 11.502 Geology of North America with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico and the Sierra Nevada of California. Zurich, Switzerland: Zürcher and Furrer; and New York: Wiley and Halsted, 144 pp. >Mon. 8: 2-16<

1858 21.2037 Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government. Zurich: Zürcher und Furrer, for the author, 144 pp. [Howes (1962) also notes ^21.2038^ a French edition published in Geneva, 1858.] >Mon. 8: 3-60< Howes 274 Wagner-Camp 302

1858 21.2039 Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government. Zurich: Zürcher und Furrer, and New York: Wiley and Halsted, 144 pp.

1866 21.5002 La faune primordiale dans le pays de Galles et la géologie californienne. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Series 2, 23:552-559 (see p. 556).

1867 11.503 Notes géologiques sur les frontières entre le Mexique et les États-Unis. Commission Scientifique du Mexique, Archives (Paris), 2:74-80.

1867 11.5369 Distribution géographique de l'or et de l'argent aux États-Unis et dans les Canadas. Société de Géographie, Bulletin (Paris), Series 5, 14(November):523-534.

1868 11.5370 Sur la distribution géographique de l'or et de l'argent aux États-Unis et dans les Canadas. Société d'Encouragement pour l'Industrie Nationale, Bulletin (Paris), Series 2, 15(March):177-183.

1868 11.5371 Distribution géographique de l'or et de l'argent aux États-Unis et dans les Canadas. Cosmos (Paris), Series 3, 2(February 8):14-17.

1868 11.5372 Geographische Vertheilung des Goldes und Silbers in den vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika und Canada. Aus der Natur (Leipzig), new series, 1868(15):225-229. [Without by-line.]

1869 11.7138 Note sur le Cereus giganteus Engelmann, et sur sa distribution géographique. Société Impériale et Centrale d'Horticulture de France, Journal, Series 2, 3(November):676-682. [Includes note of lower Colorado River region.]

1870 11.7139 Ueber den Cereus giganteus Englm. und dessen geographische Verbreitung. Hamberger Garten- und Blumenzeitung (Zeitschrift für Garten- und Blumenfreunde, Kunst- und Handelsgärtner) (Hamburg), 26:76-80. [Credit: "Am Auszuge aus dem Journ. de la Soc. impér. d'hortic. de France". See Item no. 11.7138.]

1875 21.5004 Explication d'une seconde édition de la Carte Géologique de la Terre. Zurich: J. Wurster et Cie; London: Edward Stanford; Paris: F. Savy; and Milan, Naples, Pise: Ulrico Hoepli, 222 [223] pp. [See pp. 147-152, and "Errata" (p. [223]).]

1878 2.14814 La Californie. L'Exploration (Paris), 6(4):251-253. ("Communication faite à Société de Géographie commerciale de Bordeaux.")

1883 21.5209 Note sur la géologie de la Californie. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Series 3, 11:407-435. [See "Érosions a Pic en Californie et au Fleuve Colorado", p. 426.]

1884 21.4660 The "Taconic System," and its position in stratigraphic geology. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 20:174-256. (See "The Taconic of Eureka (Nevada) and of the of the [sic] Colorado River (Arizona)", pp. 229-235, particularly 229-230; also see pp. 235-236.)

1888 21.5005 American geological classification and nomenclature. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Salem Press, for the author, 75 pp.

1890 21.5189 The lower and middle Taconic of Europe and North America. III. American Geologist, 6(4)(October):221-233.

1970 21.2040 Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government. Chicago: Library Resources, microfiche. (Library of American Civilization, 13757.)

1975 21.2041 Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government. New Haven, Connecticut: Research Publications, microfilm. (Western Americana, Reel 355, no. 3469.)
Marcovecchio, Faith

1998 16.260 Bringing the past to life; Grand Canyon National Park's Museum Collection. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 4(4)(Winter):2-3.

1998 2.4317 Bringing the past to life; Grand Canyon National Park's Museum Collection. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 4(4)(Winter):2-3.

1999 2.4318 Grand Canyon geology; an author's perspective. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(1)(Spring):6. [Regarding forthcoming An introduction to Grand Canyon geology, by L. Greer Price.]

1999 2.4319 Escape into the trees; hiking the Arizona Trail. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(2)(Summer):6-7.

1999 2.7267 grandcanyon.org hits the highway. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(4)(Winter):7.

2000 2.7478 Grants program 2000. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(1)(Spring):4.

2000 18.942 Fire on the North Rim. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(3)(Fall):4.

2000 2.7954 GCA hosts Yahoo! intern. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(4):5.

2000 2.7955 Days to remember. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(4):6-7. [GCA Members' Days.]

2000 2.7745 Selections from a century: exhibit of Grand Canyon art to open at Kolb Studio. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(2)(Summer):6-7.

2001 2.8139 An interview with Mike Anderson, author of Polishing the Jewel, an administrative history of Grand Canyon National Park. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 7(1)(Spring):2-3, 6.

2001 13.1768 Pondering the plateau in Canyon visitation. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 7(3)(Fall):5.

2001 2.8381 Mining beauty; earth painter Ulrike Arnold exhibits at Kolb Studio. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Newsletter), 7(2)(Summer):2-3.

2012 2.17532 GCA's founder: Eddie McKee. Canyon Views (Grand Canyn Association), 19(2)(Summer):5 [also see cover photo and legend (pp. 1, 2)]. [Edwin D. McKee.]

2014 2.20920 The Belknaps: A Grand Canyon family from river to rim. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 21(2)(Spring):8-9.
Marcus, Felicia

1997 13.2682 Second meeting to create a successor organization to the Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission. Federal Register, 62(79)(April 24):20007-20008.
Marcus, Mitchell

1974 2.14317 Wait-and-see strategies for parsing natural language. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Working Paper 75, 23 pp. [See p. 18 ff., parsing "I saw the grand canyon flying to New York."]
Marcy, R. B.

1866 2.12861 Thirty years of Army life on the border. Comprising descriptions of the Indian nomads of the plains; explorations of new territory; a trip across the Rocky Mountains in the winter; descriptions of the habits of different animals found in the West, and the methods of hunting them; with incidents in the life of different frontier men, &c., &c. New York: Harper and Brothers, 442 pp. [See Chapter 10, "Unexplored Territory"; lower Colorado River and Big Cañon of the Colorado, including note, "Antoine Lereux . . . told me in 1858 that he had once been at a point of this cañon where he estimated the walls to be three miles high." (p. 279) Pages 278-282 were reprinted in Catholic World, 3(17)(August 1866):716-717 under the heading, "The Colorado Cañon" in the journal's "New Publications" section.]

1866 2.12862 Thirty Years of Army Life on the Border. In: New Publications [section]. Catholic World, 3(17)(August):716-717. [This is mostly an excerpt from the book under the heading, "The Colorado Cañon", which quotes most of Marcy's Chapter 10, "Unexplored Territory"; preceded by a one-paragraph introduction by an undetermined writer.]
Marcy, Randolph B.

1859 2.18010 The prairie traveler. A hand-book for overland expeditions. With maps, illustrations, and itineraries of the priincipal routes between the Mississippi and the Pacific. New York: Harper and Brothers, 340 pp., map. [See under Itineraries (includes some illustrations): "Wagon-road from San Antonio, Texas, to El Paso, N. M., and Fort Yuma, Cal.", pp. 289-291; "From Fort Yuma to San Diego, California", pp. 292-293; "From El Paso, New Mexico, to Fort Yuma, California, via Santa Cruz", pp. 294-295; "Lieutenant E. F. Beale's route from Albuquerque to the Colorado River", pp. 307-308; "Captain Whipple's Route from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to San Pedro, California", pp. 308-315; "From Fort Yuma to Benicia, California. From Lieutenant R. S. Williamson's Report", pp. 315-317; "From Fort Thorne, New Mexico, to Fort Yuma, California", pp. 318-320; and map.]

1863 2.18011 The prairie traveler, a hand-book for overland expeditions. With illustrations, and itineraries of the principal routes between the Mississippi and the Pacific, and a map. * * * Edited (with notes) by Richard F. Burton . . . . London: Trübner and Co., 251 pp., map, 24 pp. advertisements. [See under Itineraries (no illustrations in this ed.): "Wagon-road from San Antonio, Texas, to El Paso, N.M., and Fort Yuma, Cal.", pp. 217-219; "From Fort Yuma to San Diego, California", pp. 219-220; "From El Paso, New Mexico, to Fort Yuma, California, viâ Santa Cruz", pp. 220-221; "Lieutenant E. F. eale's route from Albuquerque to the Colorado River", pp. 230-231; "Captain Whipple Route from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to San Pedro, California", pp. 231-234; "From Fort Yuma to Benicia, California", pp. 234-236; "From Fort thorne, New Mexico, to Fort Yuma, California", pp. 237-239; and map.]
Marden, Mark

1990 30.179 In: Books: Briefly noted. Sierra, 75(May):78-79. >Mon. 8: Reviews-2<
Marden, Orison Swett, and Devitt, George Raywood

1902 2.21725 (ed.-in-chief, and managing ed.) The success library. Volume Ten-Parts XXVIII, XXIX, XXX. New York: The Success Company, pp. 5387-6386. [See "Grand Cañon of the Colorado", p. 5732.]

1903 2.14233 (ed.-in-chief, and managing ed.) The consolidated encyclopedic library. Volume XIX. New York: the Emerson Press, pp. 5387-5850. [See "Grand Cañon of the Colorado", p. 5732.]
Marean, R. P.

2005 13.2257 Adaptive management. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(2)(Summer):48. [Facsimile of letter, June 6, 1969, from R. P. Marean, Chief, Operations Division, CRSP Power Operations Office--Region 4, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, to C. Martin Litton, regarding controlled water releases from Glen Canyon Dam "to facilitate your running the problem rapids."]

2011 2.15295 The way things worked in 1969. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(2)(Summer):10-11. [Facsimile reproduction of 6 June 1969 letter from Marean to C. Martin Litton, regarding purposely controlled flows from Glen Canyon Dam to aid Litton's runs in Grand Canyon rapids; ". . . I hope the flows were to your satisfaction." Most of the letter relates to plans for similarly adjusted flows to accommodate Litton's forthcoming trip on the Upper Colorado River. Marean was Chief, Operations Division, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, CRSP Power Operations Office--Region 4, Montrose, Colorado.]
Marek, Richard

1906 2.15885 Durch die Prärien Nordamerikas zum Grand Cañon des Colorado. Zeitschrift für Schul-Geographie (Wien), 27(2):33-48.
Margerie, Emm. de

1883 21.4305 Sur la monographie du Grand Cañon du Colorado, par le Capitaine Dutton. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, 3rd Series, 11:529-539.

1884 21.4396 Les plateaux du Colorado; paysage et structure géologique, d'après les travaux des géologues américains. Club Alpin Français, Annuaire, 10:417-449, fold-out plate facing p. 448. [Plate reproduces Grand Canyon scene from Dutton.]

1885 21.2042 Amérique du Nord (États-Unis et Canada); aperçu de la structure géologique. In: Dagincourt (Dr.), Annuaire géologique universel et guide du géologue autour de la terre; dans les musées, les principales collections et les gisements de fossiles et de minéraux. Paris: Comptoir Geologique de Paris, pp. 20-31. [See "Povell. [sic, Powell, J. W.] Annual Reports (2 et 3) of the U. S. Geological Survey. Washington, 2 vol. in-4°, 1882-83.", pp. 28-31, including, briefly, C. E. Dutton's "Histoire du grand Cañon de Colorado", pp. 28-29.]

1887 21.2043 Compte-rendu de publications relatives a la geologie l'Asie & l'Amérique. Paris: Comptoir Géologique du D^r Dagincourt. Extraite de l'Annuaire Géologique, Tome III, 1887, pp. 597-777 (see pp. 666-667, 740-742). >Mon. 8: 3-60<

1887 21.5847 Amérique du Nord. From: Carez, L. (director), 1re Partie. Géologie. In: Carez, L., and Douvillé, H. (directors), Annuaire géologique universel; revue de géologie et paléontologie. Tome III. Paris: Comptoir Géologique de Paris, pp. 624-769. [Grand Canyon, see pp. 666-667.]

1888 21.5293 Notes et renvois. In: Margerie, Emm. de, and Heim, Albert, Les dislocations de l'écorce terrestre. Die dislocationen der Erdrinde. Essai de définition et de nomenclature. Versuch einer Definition und Bezeichnung. Texte en français et en allemand, synonymie en français, allemand et anglais. Text deutsch und französisch, Synonymie deutsch, französisch u. englisch. Zürich: J. Wurster und Comp., pp. 95-124. [See pp. 95, 96, 100, 104-105, which are nomenclatural notes that refer to text pages, but references to Grand Canyon region appear only in Margerie's Notes et Renvois.]

1888 21.5294 Appendice. In: Margerie, Emm. de, and Heim, Albert, Les dislocations de l'écorce terrestre. Die dislocationen der Erdrinde. Essai de définition et de nomenclature. Versuch einer Definition und Bezeichnung. Texte en français et en allemand, synonymie en français, allemand et anglais. Text deutsch und französisch, Synonymie deutsch, französisch u. englisch. Zürich: J. Wurster und Comp., pp. 125-132. [See p. 126.]

1888 21.3877 Progrès de la géologie. [2e] Congrès Bibliographique International tenu à Paris du 3 au 7 Avril 1888 sous les auspices de la Société Bibliographique. Compte rendu des travaux. [Article seen as an offprint, Paris: Au Siège de la Société Bibliographique, 42 pp.]

1891 21.6480 Rapport sur le Congrès Géologique de Washington. Société de Géographie, Bulletin, Series 7, 12(4):506-537. [5th International Geological Congress. See "L'excursion aux Montagnes Rocheuses", pp. 528-532; specifically, p. 531, visit to Grand Canyon.]

1904 21.5591 Davis (W. M.). A) The Stream Contest along the Blue Ridge. (B. G. S. Philadelphia, vol. III, no 5, April, 1903, p. 213-244, 4 pl. phot.). B) An Excursion to the Plateau Province of Utah and Arizona. (B. Museum Comparative Zoöl. Harvard College, XLII (Geol. Ser., VI), no 1, June, 1903, p. 1-49, 14 fig., 7 pl. phot.). C) The Mountain Ranges of the Great Basin. (Ibid., XLII (Geol. Ser., VI), no 3, September, 1903, p. 129-177, 18 fig., 7 pl. phot.). In: XIIIe Bibliographie Géographique Annuelle, 1903. Annales de Géographie, 13(September 15):270-271.

1915 21.5108 The debt of geographical science to American explorers. In: Memorial volume of the Transcontinental Excursion of 1912 of the American Geographical Society of New York. New York: American Geographical Society, pp. 105-113.

1917 21.4397 Commentaire de quelques cartes récentes publiées par le Service Géologique des États-Unis. [France.] Comité des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques, Section de Géographie, Bulletin, 32:265-300. [Apparently also as offprints, Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1917, 1919. Margerie's own citation of this item adds: "voir aussi Ibid. [Comité des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques, Section de Géographie, Bulletin], Année 1915, p. LII-LIII; séance du 6 Novembre" (Margerie, 1943, Critique et géologie, tome I, p. 28).] [Includes substantial discussion of "Geologic Map and Sections of the Shinumo Quadrangle, Arizona", plate 1 of Levi F. Noble's "The Shinumo Quadrangle, Grand Canyon District, Arizona" (U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 549, 1914) [citation 21.2489].] [Also reprinted by Margerie (1946) [21.4398].]

1919 21.4399 [Presentation on] Commentaire de quelques cartes récentes publiées par le Service Géologique des États-Unis, 1915. In: Compte rendu sommaire des séances de la Société Géologique de France, No 6; Séance du 17 mars 1919. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, Ser. 4, 19:49-50.

1938 21.4858 Notice sur les travaux scientifiques de M. Emm. de Margerie. Macon: Protat Frères, 216 pp. [See pp. 11, 127 ff.]

1946 21.4398 Critique et géologie; contribution a l'histoire des sciences de la terre (1882-1942). Tome II. Paris: Librarie Armand Colin, pp. xxiii-xxxix, 661-1156b. (See "VII. Geologic Map and Sections of the Shinumo Quadrangle, Arizona, by Levi F. Noble." in "Commentaire de Quelques Cartes Récentes Publiées par le Service Géologique des États-Unis (1917)" [reprinting of Margerie (1917) [21.4397]], pp. 1098-1109.)

1952 21.2044 Études Américaines. Tome I, Géologie et géographie. Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, pp. 1-294 (see "Terraine Cambrien", pp. 193-198, and see pp. 238-239). >Mon. 8: 3-61<

1954 21.2045 Études Américaines. Tome II, Paysages, régions, explorateurs et cartes. Paris: Librairie Armond Colin, pp. 295-812 (see pp. 508, 626-685).
Margison, Linda

2006 2.10867 Dream fulfilled: Cancer patient sees Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(1)(Spring):1-2. [Loran White.]
Margolin, Peter

2000 2.9652 The making of lunar explorers. Geotimes, (August).
Margolis, Jon

1997 13.869 With solitude for all. Audubon, 99(4)(July/August):46-55.
Margulis, Lynn

1982 21.2046 Early life. Boston: Science Books International, Inc., 160 pp. (see p. 30). >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Maria Bustamante, Carlos

1842 2.17717 Historia de la Compañía de Jesus en Nueva-España, que estaba escribiendo el P. Francisco Javier Alegre al tiempo de su espulsion. Publicala para probar la utilidad que prestara a la America Mexicana la solicitada reposicion de dicha compañía, Carlos Maria Bustamente. Tomo III. Mexico: Impresa por J. M. Lara, 309 pp. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 102-105, 134-136, 286-288.]
Mariano, John, and Grauch, V. J. S.

1988 11.1335 Aeromagnetic maps of the Colorado River region including the Kingman, Needles, Salton Sea, and El Centro 1o x 2o quadrangles, California, Arizona, and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-2023, 6 maps on 3 sheets.
Mariano, John; Helferty, M. G.; and Gage, T. B.

1986 11.5312 Bouguer and isostatic residual gravity maps of the Colorado River region, including the Kingman, Needles, Salton Sea, and El Centro quadrangles. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 86-347, 8maps on 7 sheets.
Mariger, Lawrence C.

1889 2.13179 The D. C. C. & P. R'y. The Deseret Weekly, 39(4)(July 20):117. [Denver, Colorado Canyon and Pacific Railway.]
Marin, Maribel

1989 11.5220 Export vegetable production in the Mexicali Valley: A case of unequal development along the Mexican-U.S. border. Master's thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 81 pp.
Marin, Norman E.

1986 2.21418 For the love of rivers. Wildwater, 7(3)(June/July):26-27.

1987 2.21419 James White: First down the Colorado. Wildwater, (Winter 1987/1988):10-17. [Historical fiction; a contrived interview by Wildwater with Thomas F. Dawson, William Culp Darrah, Richard E. Lingenfelter, J. Cecil Alter, Charles C. Parry, William Wallace Bass, George Wharton James, Barry Goldwater, Georie Clark, and Otis "Dock" Marston.]

1987 2.21416 First (?) down the Colorado: An "interview" with James White. Wildwater, (Spring):31-32. [Historical fiction; a contrived interview by Wildwater with James White, regarding White's purported passage through Grand Canyon in 1867.]

1987 2.21417 Liar! They said. Wildwater, (Summer):30-33. [Historical fiction; a contrived interview by Wildwater with Robert Brewster Stanton, Lewis R. Freeman, Julius F. Stone, and Frederick S. Dellenbaugh regarding James White's purported passage through Grand Canyon in 1867.]
Marine, Gene

1960 12.1504 Upset in the rapids; the significance of the Colorado River Decision. Frontier, 11(June):11-12.

1971 13.1602 One dammed thing after another. National Parks and Conservation Magazine, 45(5):14-19.
Marine, Howard

1899 2.13966 [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. 90.
Marinelli, G.; Agostini, G. G.; Durazzo, P.; Mercalli, G.; Millosevich, E.; Roberto, G.; and Stoppani, A.

no date 21.6611 La terra; trattato popolare di geografia universale, per G. Marinelli, ed altri scienziati Italiani; opera dedicata alla Società Geografica Italiana. Volume I. Geografia matematica e fisica. Milano, Napoli, Bologna, Firenze, Roma, and Torino: Dottor Francesco Vallardi, xvi, 922, liii pp., 30 plates. [See in section, "Antagonismo tra le forze esterne ed interne"; specifically, p. 588: "Questi sono solcati da valli profonde (Fig. 399), divese da altipiani o da creste, le quali non sono che i residui d'una massa continentale una volta tutta unita e compatta." The figure, "Erosione sulle sponde del Rio Colorado (America)." reproduces (without credit) a colonnaded illustration of a tributary in the Grand Canyon region, from the J. C. Ives report of 1861. No specific reference to the Grand Canyon.]
Mariner, R. H.; Presser, T. S.; and Evans, W. C.

1977 18.1522 Chemical, isotopic, and gas compositions of selected thermal springs in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 77-654, 42 pp. [In Grand Canyon region, includes Pakoon Springs, Mohave County, Arizona.]
Mariole, Elaine

2014 30.1034 Must have: "Your Complete Guide to the Arizona National Scenic Trail". TailWinds, (March/April):.
Marion, J. H.

1870 2.16555 Notes of travel through the Territory of Arizona; being an account of the trip made by General George Stoneman and others in the autumn of 1870. Prescott, Arizona: Office of the Arizona Miner, 16 pp. ("First appeared in weekly installments in the Miner." [Weekly Journal-Miner, Prescott]) [Exceedingly scarce in this printing. Also on microfilm, "Western Americana, Frontier History of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900", reel 357, no. 3479.] [Includes passage through the San Francisco Peaks area.]

1965 2.16556 Notes of travel through the Territory of Arizona; being an account of the trip made by General George Stoneman and others in the autumn of 1870 (Donald M. Powell, ed.). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 62 pp.
Marion, Kathy, and Wallick, David M.

1991 18.451 Glen Canyon Dam operating authority: producing electricity and protecting the Grand Canyon environment. Land and Water Law Review, 26(1):183. >Mon. 8: 4-39<
Mariotte, Jeff

2007 7.263 Supernatural; Witch's Canyon. New York: HarperEntertainment, 357 pp.
Mark, Larry R.

2012 2.17035 "Take it all in!" Grace Notes (Grace United Methodist Church of Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania), (April):[unpaginated].
Mark, William

1965 7.460 Im Grand Canyon. Die Wyatt-Earp-Story (Hamburg), no. 166, 60 pp.
Markert, Jenny

1992 6.482 El Gran Cañón. [Mankato, Minnesota]: Child's World, [32] pp. (Distributed to U.S. schools and libraries by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation.) (Un Libro Visión.)

1992 6.160 The Grand Canyon. [Mankato, Minnesota]: Child's World, [32] pp. (Distributed to U.S. schools and libraries by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation.)
Markey, John

2011 2.15134 From an email to GCRG. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(1)(Spring):4. [Regarding professionalism in BQR's articles.] [Grand Canyon River Guides.] [See also comments by Vince Welch, (2)(Summer):3-4.]

2013 2.19238 In reference to the 25th anniversary issue, BQR, volume 26, number 2. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(3)(Fall):4-5.
Markham, Edwin

1912 2.13498 (ed.) The golden quest; the age of conquest, 1506-1547. Volume II. Art edition. New York and Chicago: William H. Wise and Co., 495 pp. (see pp. 429-433).
Markham, Kristin

2014 28.1070 Navajo Bridge. Grand Canyon River Runner, (17)(Summer):9. [Painting. View of Colorado River upstream from bridge.]
Markie, Sue

2003 28.495 Two guys, somewhere down that crazy river. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 6(3)(Fall):8.
Markle, Sandra

1983 2.4320 The Grand Canyon and other holes in the ground. Instructor, 92(May):48-51. >Mon. 8: 1-67<

1983 14.133 The Grand Canyon and other holes in the ground. In: Natural Wonder Notebook [feature]. Instructor, 92(9)(May):48-51. [Teacher's guide; 5th of 5 monthly installments of feature.]
Markley, Chester R.

1931 19.953 The badger and its environment. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(3):30-31. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1931 19.954 The raccoon of Havasupai. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(5):49-50. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1931 19.955 Early stages in the development of rainbow trout. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(6):59-60. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1931 19.956 Sonora beaver. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 5(8):78-80. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1994 19.957 . . . Environment. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, p. 52. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, January, 1931; ellipsis is part of title.]

1994 19.958 The Sonora beaver. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 118-119. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, June, 1931.]

1994 19.959 The raccoon of Havasupai. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, p. 120. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, March, 1931.]

1994 19.960 The badger and its environment. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, p. 124. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, January, 1931.]
Markow, T. A., and Martin, J. F.

1993 17.270 Inbreeding and developmental stability in a small human population. Annals of Human Biology, 20(4)(July-August):389-394. [Havasupai.]
Markow, Therese A.; Hedrick, Philip W.; Zuerlein, Kevin; Danilovs, John; Martin, John; Vyvial, Theona; and Armstrong, Chris

1993 17.271 HLA polymorphism in the Havasupai: evidence for balancing selection. American Journal of Human Genetics, 53(4)(October):943-952.
Markow, Therese Ann |New York Times|

2010 3.1614 (May 3) Dispute over use of DNA. By Therese Ann Markow. (p. A24) [Letter to the Editor. Havasupai blood-use case.]
Marks and Fuller, Inc.

no date 33.187 [Postcard book] Letchworth State Park; "Grand Canyon of the East". Rochester, New York: Marks and Fuller, Inc., 10 leaves. (Manufactured by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York.)
Marks, John

2009 2.18740 Packard's of Arizona 35th anniversary tour at Lake Havasu, AZ November 13 to 16th, 2008. Packardgram (Packards International, Packards of Arizona Region), 36(2)(2nd Quarter):4-7. [Packard automobile enthusiasts.]
Marks, John Brady

1950 11.2720 Vegetation and soil relations in the lower Colorado Desert. Ecology, 31(2)(April):176-193.
Marks, Jonathan

2008 17.1321 Human genome diversity studies: Impact on indigenous communities. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. [Advanced article, doi:10.1002/9780470015902.a0005172.pub2, 4 pp.] [Includes note of Havasupai blood-use case.]

2010 17.1067 Science, samples and people. Anthropology Today, 26(3):3-4. [Includes Havasupai blood case.]
Marks, Jonathan, and Harry, Debra

2006 17.755 Counterpoint: Blood-money. Evolutionary Anthropology, 15:93-94. [Includes Havasupai blood-use case. Counterpoint to opinion by Karl Britt Schroder et al., pp. 88-92.]
Marks, R. L.

1961 21.2047 Mining uranium on the rim of the Grand Canyon. Explosives Engineer, 39(6)(November-December):165-170. >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Markus, Kurt

2005 2.10450 Visibility unlimited; pioneering climber, explorer, and mapmaker Bradford Washburn has shot some of the most epic mountain photography of all time--much of which has never seen the light of day. Outside, 30(9)(September):contents page, 92-101. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Marlès, de (Monsieur) [Marlès, J. de]

1830 2.17459 Merveilles de la nature et de l'art dans les cinq parties du monde . . . . Amérique. Tome Second. Paris: A la Librairie d'éducation, D'Emery, Fruger et Compagnie, 356 pp. [See "La Tunique Tissue de Cheveux", pp. 324-326; including Colorado River, in passing.]
Marley, Bob

no date 13.870 Bob Marley; private boater. In: Perspectives on the Colorado River Management Plan. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon River Guides, p. 21. [Comments without other title. Mailed December, 1997.]

1997 13.871 GCPBA needs meaningful cause. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), (July):11. [Letter.]

2000 13.1518 New cancellation system is working well. In: Flipped out! Letters to the GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(1)(Spring):32.

2000 13.1603 Motors, yes? No? In: Flipped out--Letters to the GCPBA. CRMP cancellation fallout. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(2)(Summer):34.

2000 13.1604 Motors, yes? No? In: Flipped out--Letters to the GCPBA. CRMP cancellation fallout. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), Special Issue: 18. [N.B.: "A Special Edition of the Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly Courtesy of Power Bar"; issue not mailed but distributed at Lee's Ferry.]

2001 11.895 Another viewpoint. In: Flipped Out--Letters to the GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(2)(Summer):38-40. [Comments on siltation in Lake Mead; with response by Richard Martin.]

2001 2.8382 [Comments.] In: Questions and answers--What happens when you go left at bedrock? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(2)(Summer):30.

2004 13.2176 Waiting list movement; what is down must come up but when? Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Assocition Quarterly), 6(4)(Winter-Spring):44-45.

2006 14.461 [Comment.] In: "Hey! Where are you camping tonight?" Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 7(4)(Winter):56.
Marley, Margie

1987 22.287 The influence of hydraulics on boat trajectories and boating accidents on the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 87-576, 19 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Marley, Scott

1999 15.93 "What I say is not the truth, and most of it is made up as I go along". In: How hard is it? and related topics; running the "Grand" [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 3(1)(February):19.
Marley, Scott C.

1999 2.4321 [Comment.] In: What kind of boat should I buy? A sprightly discussion compiled from the e-pages of gcboaters@songbird.com. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 3(2)(May):24.
Marlowe, S. W.

2005 7.265 Grand Canyon. Baltimore, Maryland: PublishAmerica, 108 pp.
Marmaduke, William S., and Dosh, Steven G.

1994 11.4865 The cultural evolutionary context of "sleeping circle" sites in the lower Colorado River basin. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Research, Inc. [U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona.]
Marmon, Walter G.

1894 11.5215 Colorado River Agency. In: U.S. Department of the Interior, Census Office, Report on Indians taxed and Indians not taxed in the United States (except Alaska) at the eleventh census: 1890. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing office, pp. 135-136, plates.
Maroon, Fred J., and Sidey, Hugh

1975 2.4322 These United States. McLean, Virginia: EPM Publications, Inc., 256 pp. (see pp. 200-201, 210, 212). [Maroon, photographer.] >Mon. 8: 1-32<
Marovich, Lisa A.

1998 12.4890 "Let her have brains too": Commercial networks, public relations, and the business of invention. Business and Economic History, 27(1)(Fall):140-161. [See "World War I" (pp. 148-153), regarding Harriet Strong, which includes her proposals to dam the Colorado River through Grand Canyon.]
Marple, Albert

1916 2.18449 Ocean to ocean via the Southwest. American Motorist, 8(2)(February 1):78-79. [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Márquez M., R.

1981 11.4108 Perfiles de presion teoricos contra valores observados en pozos geotermicos. comparison of theoretical and observed pressure profiles in geothermal wells. In: Proceedings/Actas; Third Symposium on the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Baja California, Mexico, March 24-26, 1981, San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Sponsored by United States Department of Energy, Office of Renewable Technology, Geothermal and Hydropower Technologies Division, in cooperation with Comisión Federal de Electricidad de México. Berkeley, California: Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California; and Mexicali, Baja California, México: Coordinadora Ejecutiva de Cerro Prieto, pp. 484-495.
Márquez Zavalía, María Florencia, and Pedregosa, José Carmelo

1994 21.4865 Cianotriquita y carbonatocianotriquita de mina Capillitas, Catamarca. Asociación Geológica Argentina, 49(3-4):353-358. [Includes detailed comparison with original sample from Last Chance Mine, Grand Canyon.]
Marquez, Frank

2007 2.18762 Youth Council takes on Mother Nature. Battle Born (Nevada National Guard), (Summer):21. [National Guard Youth Council of Nevada canoe trip through Black Canyon, Colorado River.]
Marquis, Amy Leinbach, and Kircher, Michael

2009 2.18096 Healing waters; injured soldiers turn to Great Falls Park in Maryland to renew their bodies, minds, and spirits, one paddle stroke at a time. National Parks, 83(1)(Winter):42-45. [See p. 45, note of Team River Runner experience in Grand Canyon.]
Marquiss, Kenneth

1964 11.6694 Jim Dollar's jimdandy; Kenneth Marquiss challenges Desert readers to find this lost gold ledge. Desert Magazine, 17(6)(June):10-11. [Turtle Mountans, south of Needles, California.]

1965 2.20783 The Cibola ghost. Desert Magazine, 28(12)(December):24-25, 37. [Anecdote from treasure-hunting trip near Cibola, Arizona.]
Marquiss, Robert W.

1967 19.3818 Influence of seedbed microclimates on soil moisture retention in sagebrush rangelands. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, 169 pp. [Fredonia, Arizona, vicinity.]
Marr, C. L. H.

2009 11.4308 Endocrine disruption in razorback sucker and common carp on national wildlife refuges along the lower Colorado River [abstract]. 42nd Annual Meeting, Arizona/New Mexico Chapters of the Wildlife Society and Arizona/New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society [Gallup, New Mexico], p. 39.
Marr, Carrie H., and Velasco, Anthony L.

2005 11.4282 AZ-backwater manipulations for endangered fishes: management implications of selenium on national wildlife refuges of the lower Colorado River. Final report. [No place]: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2, for Arizona Ecological Services Field Office, Phoenix, 64 pp. (Environmental Contaminants Program On-Refuge Investigations Sub-Activity.) (Project ID: 22410-1261-2N37; DEQ ID: 200020003.)
Marr, Carrie L. H.

2007 11.4327 Endocrine disruption in razorback sucker and common carp on national wildlife refuges along the lower Colorado River. Environmental Contaminants Program, on-refuge investigations, final report. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 2, for Arizona Ecological Services, Phoenix, 69 pp.
Marr, John E.

1900 21.5196 The scientific study of scenery. London: Methuen andCo., 368 pp. + advertisements (see pp. 133, 244, 247).
Marrin, Albert

1997 6.286 Empires lost and won; the Spanish heritage in the Southwest. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 216 pp.
Marryat (Captain)

1843 2.15454 Narrative of the travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet, in California, Sonora, and western Texas. Leipzig: Bernh. Tauchnitz Jun., 384 pp. (Collection of British Authors, Vol. LIII.) [See pp. 72-73, lower Colorado River region.]
Marsaglia, Kathleen M., and Klein, George DeVries

1983 21.2048 The paleogeography of Paleozoic and Mesozoic storm depositional systems. Journal of Geology, 91:117-142. >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Marsh, Aliton

1944 30.955 Book's theme is influence of Indians on white boy. In: Desert Books [section]. Desert Magazine, 7(8)(June):14. [Review of Crazy Weather by Charles B. Nichols (see Item no. 7.66).]
Marsh, Bea

1955 2.4323 The mule I'll never forget. Desert Magazine, 18(1)(January):9. [Grand Canyon.] >Mon. 8: 1-67<
Marsh, Carole

1990 6.39 Arizona and other state greats! Historic Bath, North Carolina: Gallopade Publishing Group, 25 + [35] pp.

1990 6.40 Arizona "jography"; "geography fun!" Historic Bath, North Carolina: Gallopade Publishing Group, 36 pp. (A Gallopade "Statement" Book.)

1990 6.41 Arizona silly trivia. Historic Bath, North Carolina: Gallopade Publishing Group, 36 pp.

1998 6.161 The Grand Canyon: A top-to-bottom look at the mother-of-all-holes-in-the-ground!; an interactive multimedia "book". Peachtree City, Georgia: Gallopade!, 36 pp. [Cover title begins, The Grand Canyon!: A top-. . . . Printout on enumerated pages, on one side of leaf only; apparently the text layout for an interactive [CD] version. "The copyright date on this book is today's date. How can that be? Because each `book' is updated according to world news headlines just before we print and ship your order!" (p. 2). Cover also indicates "For All Ages!"]

2004 6.393 The ghost of the Grand Canyon. Peachtree City, Georgia: Gallopade International/Carole Marsh Books, 145 pp. (Carole Marsh Mysteries, No. 16.)

2004 6.653 Teachers guide; Carole Marsh Mysteries; #16 The Ghost of the Grand Canyon. Peachtree City, Georgia: Gallopode International/Carole Marsh Books, 32 pp.
Marsh, Diana

2000 21.3905 The status of water quality in Arizona; Clean Water Act Section 305(b) Report 2000. Phoenix: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, EQR-00-03.
Marsh, Freeman

1937 9.805 Trailers. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc. [See in unpaginated appendices: "Facilities Available in Parks and Monuments to Visitors Using House Trailers", Grand Canyon (facilities list for Grand Canyon Village, Desert View, Bright Angel Point, Neal Springs, Cape Royal, and Point Sublime).]
Marsh, George P.

1864 11.5462 Man and nature; or, Physical geography as modified by human action. New York: Charles Scribner, 560 pp. [See in the section, "Sands of Egypt", reference to William P. Blake's report of Colorado Desert sands (p. 459, note), and the section, "Geological Importance of Dunes", reference again to Blake's studies in the Colorado Desert (p. 481, note).]
Marsh, James Reid

1922 2.17107 The charm of the Middle Kingdom. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 245 pp. [See pp. vii-viii.]
Marsh, M. C.

1908 11.2768 The Biological Society of Washington. In: Societies and Academies [section]. Science, new series, 27(February 14):266-267. [Principally about "a lantern slide lecture [by D. T. MacDougal] devoted in large part to 'Changes in the Delta of the Colorado River'".]
Marsh, Michael

no date 29.57 The Grand Canyon; a top-to-bottom look at the mother of all holes in the ground. Atlanta, Georgia: Gallopade Publishing Group. 3.5-inch computer diskette [for Macintosh]. (Carole Marsh Books-On-Disc, Carole Marsh family interactive multimedia, No. 2.)
Marsh, Paul C.

1985 19.961 Effect of incubation temperature on survival of embryos of native Colorado River fishes. Southwestern Naturalist, 30(1):129-140.

2001 29.29 (Principal Investigator) Bibliography for the big river fishes, Colorado River. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, under contract to U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Cooperative Agreement No. 00CRAG0004, Cooperative Project Award 0004CS0001. CD-ROM.

2001 1.199 (Principal Investigator) Bibliography for the big river fishes, Colorado River. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, under contract to U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Cooperative Agreement No. 00CRAG0004, Cooperative Project Award 0004CS0001. CD-ROM.

2004 11.1177 Threatened fishes of the world: Gila elegans Baird & Girard 1853 (Cyprinidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 70(2):144.

2005 11.1823 Immiscibility of native and nonnative species. In: Proceedings of two symposia: Restoring native fish to the lower Colorado River: interaction of native and non-native fishes, July 14-14, 1999, Las Vegas, Nevada. Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Southwest Region, pp. 59-63.
Marsh, Paul C., and Douglas, Michael E.

1994 19.962 Humpback chub as food of non-native fishes in the Little Colorado River. Desert Fishes Council, Program with Abstracts, 26th Annual Symposium, 17-20 November, 1994, Death Valley National Park, pp. 20-21.

1997 19.3159 Predation by introduced fishes on endangered humpback chub and other native species in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. American Fisheries Society, Transactions, 126(2):343-346.
Marsh, Paul C., and Mueller, Gordon

1999 11.916 Spring-summer movements of bonytail in a Colorado River reservoir, Lake Mohave, Arizona and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 99-103, 26, [6] pp. (Prepared jointly with Arizona State University.)
Marsh, Paul C., and Sada, Donald W.

1993 11.2357 Desert Pupfish (Cyprinodon macularius) recovery plan. Phoenix: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico; with Arizona Game and Fish Department and Tonto National Forest, [129 pp. including cover].
Marsh, Paul C., and Stinemetz, Carolyn R.

1983 11.3328 Benthic invertebrates of the earthen Coachella Canal, California. California Fish and Game, 69(2):77-83.
Marsh, Paul C.; Dowling, Thomas E.; Kesner, Brian R.; Turner, Thomas F.; and Minckley, W. L.

2015 11.8102 Conservation to stem imminent extinction: The fight to save razorback sucker Xyrauchen texanus in Lake Mohave and its implications for species recovery. Copeia, 2015(1):141-156.
Marsh, Paul C.; Mueller, Gordon A.; and Schwemm, Michael R.

2013 11.5096 Diel cover use and local site fidelity of a large southwestern cyprinid, bonytail Gila elegans, in a lower Colorado River backwater. Western North American Naturalist, 73(2):211-218. [Cibola High Levee Pond.]
Marsh, Paul C.; Pacey, C. A.; and Minckley, W. L.

1999 19.3160 Resource use attributes of Colorado River fishes and implication for management of native and non-native species [abstract]. Desert Fishes Council, Proceedings, 30:24.
Marsh, Paul C.; Pacey, Carol A.; and Kesner, Brian R.

2003 11.6352 Decline of the razorback sucker in Lake Mohave, Colorado River, Arizona and Nevada. American Fisheries Society, Transactions, 132(6):1251-1256.

2005 11.2065 W. L. Minckley and the razorback sucker of the lower Colorado River. W. L. Minckley y el matalote jorobado de la parte baja del Río Colorado [abstract]. In: Hendrickson, Dean A., and Findley, Lloyd T. (eds.), Proceedings of the Desert Fishes Council, Volume 35, 2003 Annual Symposium, 16-19 November, Death Valley, California, U.S.A., pp. 48-49.
Marsh, Paul C.; Pacey, Carol A.; and Minckley, W. L.

1999 11.6960 Resource use attributes of Colorado River fishes and implications for management of native and non-native species [abstract]. Características del uso de recursos de peces del Río Colorado e implicaciones para el manejo de peces nativos y no-nativos [resumen]. In: Hendrickson, Dean A. (ed.), Proceedings of the Desert Fishes Council, Volume 30, 1998 Annual Symposium, 12-15 November, Wahweap Lodge, Page, Arizona, p. 24.
Marsh, Paul, and Douglas, Michael

1993 20.40 [GCES Phase II. A. Arizona State University. Endangered Fish Study in the Little Colorado River. Phase II documentation, A1(1).] (Principal Investigators) Ecology and conservation biology of humpback chub, Gila cypha, in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. Annual--31 January 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.]

1994 20.41 [GCES Phase II. A. Arizona State University. Endangered Fish Study in the Little Colorado River. Phase II documentation, A1(2).] (Principal Investigators) Ecology and conservation biology of humpback chub, Gila cypha, in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. Annual--31 January 1994. [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.]

1995 20.42 [GCES Phase II. A. Arizona State University. Endangered Fish Study in the Little Colorado River. Phase II documentation, A1(3).] (Principal Investigators) Ecology and conservation biology of humpback chub, Gila cypha, in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. Annual--31 January 1995. [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.]

1995 20.43 [GCES Phase II. A. Arizona State University. Endangered Fish Study in the Little Colorado River. Phase II documentation, A2(1).] (Principal Investigators) Ecology and conservation biology of humpback chub, Gila cypha, in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. Draft--1 November 1995. [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.]

1996 20.44 [GCES Phase II. A. Arizona State University. Endangered Fish Study in the Little Colorado River. Phase II documentation, A2(2).] (Principal Investigators) Ecology and conservation biology of humpback chub, Gila cypha, in the Little Colorado River, Arizona. Final--1 February 1996. [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.]
Marsh, Susan |New York Times|

1955 3.146 (January 23) At Grand Canyon. Extensive improvements undertaken on both the North and South Rims. By Susan Marsh. (Section 1, p. 27) >Mon. 8: 11-8<

1970 3.885 (September 27) The long trail into tribal lands of the Havasupai. By Susan Marsh. (p. XX 16)
Marshall, Bob

2004 19.3756 Rainbows in the desert; superb fishing for trout that shouldn't be there. In: Where to Go [section]. Field and Stream, 108(11)(April):98-100. [Lees Ferry trout fishing.]
Marshall, C. H.

1956 24.313 Photogeologic map of the Jacob Lake NE quadrangle, Coconino County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations Map I-194, scale 1:24,000.

1956 24.127 Photogeologic map of the Short Creek SW quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-140, scale 1:24,000.

1956 24.128 Photogeologic map of the Heaton Knolls NW quadrangle, Coconino County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-143, scale 1:24,000.

1956 24.129 Photogeologic map of the Lost Spring Mountain SE quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-144, scale 1:24,000.

1956 24.130 Photogeologic map of the Lost Spring Mountain NE quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-145, scale 1:24,000.

1957 24.131 Photogeologic map of the Hurricane Cliffs 2 NE quadrangle, Coconino County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-252, scale 1:24,000.
Marshall, C. H., and Pillmore, C. L.

1956 24.132 Photogeologic map of the Short Creek NW quadrangle, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-141, scale 24,000.
Marshall, E. W.; Barnes, J.; and Lassiter, J. C.

2013 21.6523 Stable isotopic (O, H) evidence for hydration of the central Colorado Plateau lithospheric mantle by slab-derived fluids [abstract]. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 9-13 December, Abstract V13C-2625. [Includes Grand Canyon Volcanic Field.]
Marshall, George

1899 2.13881 [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. 49.
Marshall, Ian

1994 2.4324 Cliff notes, foot notes, and the literary canyon: Colin Fletcher's The Man Who Walked Through Time. Journal of the Southwest, 36(2):176-184.
Marshall, James

1945 2.4325 Santa Fe, the railroad that built an empire. New York: Random House, Inc., 465 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-67<
Marshall, Jules

1994 32.34 Zippies! Wired Magazine, (May). ["Zen-inspired professional pagans", "hippies with zip", to gather at Grand Canyon.]
Marshall, Julie Hoffman

2006 2.12765 Making burros fly; Cleveland Amory, animal rescue pioneer. Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Books, 174 [175] pp.
Marshall, Lee

1971 17.1568 A statement from the Tribal Chairman. In: Dobyns, Henry F., and Euler, Robert C., The Havasupai People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, pp. v-vi.
Marshall, Logan

1914 2.16230 Seeing America; including the Panama Expositions; a descriptive and picturesque journey through romantic and historic cities and places, natural wonders, scenic marvels of national pride and interest. [No imprint], 272 [368] pp. ("There are 96 pages of illustrations in this book, which, added to the 272 pages of text, make a total of 368 pages." [p. [272] *368].) (Copyright L. T. Myers.) [See Chapter 18, "Nature's Supreme Miracle", pp. 153-160 + 2 pp. illustrations (only one of which pertains to Grand Canyon).]
Marshall, Michael P.

1979 16.261 Descriptions of new ceramic wares and types. In: Schwartz, Douglas W., Marshall, Michael P., and Kepp, Jane, Archaeology of the Grand Canyon: The Bright Angel site. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press, Appendix D, pp. 96-104. (Grand Canyon Archaeological Series, Volume 1.) >Mon. 8: 5-11<

1980 16.262 Description of the pottery from Unkar Delta. In: Schwartz, Douglas W., Chapman, Richard C., and Kepp, Jane, Archaeology of the Grand Canyon: Unkar Delta. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press, Appendix D, pp. 309-343. (Grand Canyon Archaeological Series, Volume 2.) >Mon. 8: 5-11<
Marshall, R. B.

1911 21.2049 (Chief Geographer) Results of spirit leveling in Arizona, 1899 to 1909, inclusive. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 463, 94 pp. (see pp. 76-84). >Mon. 8: 3-61< FQ13:523 FQ17:487

1915 21.2050 (Chief Geographer) Results of spirit leveling in Arizona, 1899 to 1915, inclusive. U.S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 573, 123 pp. (see pp. 85-86, 89-95). >Mon. 8: 3-61<

1916 13.2585 Annual report of the Superintendent of National Parks to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1916. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 89 pp. [See particularly, "Scenery of the First Order", p. 5 ff.; "Proposed new Parks. Grand Canyon National Park.", pp. 9-10; "Appendix B. (Public--No. 235--64th Congress.) (H. R. 15522.) An act to establish a National Park Service, and for other purposes.", pp. 81-82.]

1917 13.872 Proposed new parks. Grand Canyon National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, Annual Report 1916, 1:757-758. >Mon. 8: 7-9<
Marshall, Richard

no date 2.8634 Explore America; tours of discovery through our magnificent country. [No place]: AAA [American Automobile Association] (see pp. 246-247). (Copyright, distributed Avenues, Inc., New York.)
Marshall, Scott T., and Kattenhorn, Simon A.

2003 11.7208 Secondary normal faulting near the terminus of a strike-slip fault segment in the Lake Mead fault system, SE Nevada [abstract]. Eos (American Geophysical Union, Transactions), 84(46, Fall Meeting Supplement), Abstract T22A-0501.
Marshall, Scott T.; Kattenhorn, Simon A.; and Cooke, Michele L.

2010 11.1889 Secondary normal faulting in the Lake Mead fault system and implications for regional fault mechanics. In: Umhoefer, Paul J., Beard, L. Sue, and Lamb, Melissa A. (eds.) Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central Basin and Range. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 463, pp. 289-310.
Marshall, Thomas Maitland

1917 2.17750 St. Vrain's expedition to the Gila in 1826. In: Stephens, H. Morse, and Bolton, Herbert E. (eds.), The Pacific Ocean in history; papers and addresses presented at the Panama-Pacific Historical Congress held at San Francisco, Berkeley and Palo Alto, California, July 19-23, 1915. New York: Macmillan Co., pp. 429-438.
Marshall, U. S.

1914 12.2366 [Discussion.] In: Cory, Harry T., Irrigation and river control in the Colorado River delta. American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 76: 1555-1559.

1915 12.2367 [Discussion.] From: Cory, Harry T., Irrigation and river control in the Colorado River delta. In: Cory, H. T., The Imperial Valley and the Salton Sink. San Francisco: John J. Newbegin, pp. 1555-1559 [pagination retained from 1914 printing]. [Reprinted from American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 76 (1914).]
Marshall, W. L.

1912 12.836 Land side and river side borrow pits and the principles of earthwork drainage. Engineering News, 67(March 7):450-453.

1916 12.837 Plan for protection of Imperial Valley. U.S. 64th Congress, 1st Session, House Document 586. >Mon. 8: 2-16<
Marshall, W. P.

1894 21.5037 The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, Arizona. Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society, Journal (Birmingham, England), 1:73-77.
Marshall, William B.

1929 19.963 Three new land shells of the genus Oreohelix from Arizona. U.S. National Museum, Proceedings, 76(2802), 3 pp. >Mon. 8: 4-19<

1929 21.2051 Three new land shells of the genus Oreohelix from Arizona. U.S. National Museum, Proceedings, 76 (article 5)(no. 2802), 3 pp., 1 plate (see pp. 1-2, plate 1, figures 1-3, 11). >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Marshall, William I.

1899 2.4326 The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Birds and All Nature, 6:120-122. >Mon. 8: 1-32< Goodman 971
Marshall, William I. |New York Times|

1895 3.1450 (August 11) Killed in the Colorado Grand Canon. Death of a Yale student by a lightning's flash. [Blachley H. Porter. Item by William I. Marshall, from the Chicago Inter-Ocean. A detailed account ostensibly the correct version of events.]
Marshall, William L.

1912 12.2916 [Letters to the Secretary of the Interior.] Accompanying: Lovett, R. S., Letter from the President of the Southern Pacific Company and accompanying papers. As part of: Fisher, Walter L., Papers to accompany letter from the Secretary of the Interior to the President in relation to Colorado River lands. From: Imperial Valley, Cal. In: Taft, William H., Message of the President of the United States transmitting data of the work of the Interior Department and other matters; with accompanying papers. U.S. 62nd Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Document 504, pp. 183-186.

1912 12.835 Borrow pits in levee building; should they be made on the river side or the land side? Engineering News, 67(2)(January 11):74-75.

1914 12.4649 Recent levee work to protect the Imperial Valley; extracts from report of Brig. Gen. W. L. Marshall to the Secretary of the Interior on work done to control this spring's floods. Engineering Record, 70(6)(August 8):155-156.
Marshall, Winn; Lewis, Clarence; and Perkins, Joe

1967 11.7726 Muddy Valley Irrigation Company. From: Water-Irrigation [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 327-328.
Marshman, Kevin

1983 2.7746 Zoroaster highlife; opting for ascension where going down is chic. Summit, 29(5)(September-October).
Marsillon, Ch.

1896 17.1505 Les Indiens Moki et leur "danse du serpent". La Nature (Paris), 24(1225)(November 21):387-391. [See p. 389, note of the legend of Tiyo's trip through Grand Canyon.]
Marsters Tours

1919 9.538 Pre-arranged inclusive rate tours to California including Grand Canon of Arizona; Riverside, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Del Monte, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, (with optional trip through Yellowstone Park,) Colorado Springs and Denver. Travel (George E. Marsters, Inc., New York), 17(June)(36):28-29. [Also other issues, various titles and paginations. This issue selected for citation as first after creation of Grand Canyon National Park.]
Marston, Betsy

1995 13.873 There's still time. High Country News, (April 3):2. [Glen Canyon Dam EIS.]

1998 30.180 A brief brilliant life on the river. High Country News, 30(24)(December 21):9. [Review of "The Doing of the Thing; the Brief Brilliant Whitewater Career of Buzz Holmstrom", by Vince Welch, Brad Dimock and Curt Conley.]

1999 30.311 The rules a hidden canyon. High Country News, (August 16):7. [Review of reprinting of "The Hidden Canyon: A River Journey" by John Blaustein.]

2000 33.154 [Grand Canyon casino creation in Las Vegas.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, (March 27):15.

2000 2.7747 [Item on commercial raft stranding in Crystal Rapid.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 32(13)(July 3):19.

2001 19.2025 [Grand Canyon condor lays first egg produced by endangered birds since captive breeding program began in 1986; but egg damaged.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 33(9)(May 7):15.

2002 2.8733 [Item on David Quamman article on Grand Canyon in National Geographic Adventure.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 34(2)(February 4):15.

2002 2.8935 [Mnemonic for rock layers upstream from Lees Ferry.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 34(9)(May 13):15. [Misidentified as Grand Canyon.]

2013 15.723 [Phantom Ranch composting toilets.] In: Heard Around the West [column]. High Country News, 45(21)(December 9):28. [During the government shutdown in October, river runners asked for their toilet wastes to restore enzymes in the Phantom Ranch toilets.]

2013 15.707 [Tour bus returning from Grand Canyon West caught in flash flood.] In: Heard Around the West [column]. High Country News, 45(15)(September 2):28.

2013 2.18875 [Grand Canyon River Guides magazine.] In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 45(13)(August 5):28. [Boatman's Quarterly Review.]

2014 19.4572 Don't mess with a thirsty elk. In: Heard Around the West [section]. High Country News, 46(19)(November 10):28. [Elk competing for water at water-bottle refilling station at head of South Kaibab Trail.]
Marston, Dianna

2002 4.218 Nathan Marston. In: In Memorium [sic; feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(4)(Winter 2002-2003):8. [Marston, Nathan ( -2002)]
Marston, Ed

1983 12.3820 A river once more? High Country News, 15(18)(October 3):12. [Commentary following the Colorado River floods. (No, according to Philip Fradkin [q.v.].)]

1984 18.1623 Anything could happen on the Colorado River this spring. High Country News, 16(3)(February 20):11.

1984 18.1624 This year, the Colorado River will bury us in electricity. High Country News, 16(3)(February 20):12.

1986 12.4092 Western water made simple. High Country News, 18(18)(September 29):1, 9-13.

1986 12.4093 When water kingdoms clash. High Country News, 18(18)(September 29):19-20.

1991 18.452 Electricity's death grip on canyon loosens. High Country News, 23(15)(August 26):14. >Mon. 8: 4-40<

1997 13.874 Sierra Club moves to fortify its "drain Lake Powell" campaign. High Country News, 29(19)(October 13):5.

1997 13.875 Drain Lake Powell? Democracy and science finally come West. High Country News, 29(21)(November 10):1.

1998 30.181 How the Canyon became grand. High Country News, (August 31):16. [Review of "How the Canyon Became Grand", by Stephen J. Pyne.]

2000 12.4822 Floyd Dominy; an encounter with the West's undaunted dam-builder. High Country News, 32(16)(August 28):8-9. [Interview. Principally Glen Canyon Dam.]

2001 12.1482 Quenching the big thirst; will a plan to curb California's use of the Colorado River holde water? High Country News, 33(10)(May 21):1, 8-10, 12-13.

2001 30.344 Salt Dreams; a tricky tale of the past and the future. Inside/Outside Southwest Magazine, 4(7):35. [Review of "Salt Dreams" by William deBuys and Joan Myers.]

2009 12.4823 Floyd Dominy: An encounter with the West's undaunted dam builder. In: Miller, Char (ed.), Water in the 21st-century West; a High Country News reader. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, pp. 42-49.

2009 12.4820 Quenching the big thirst. In: Miller, Char (ed.), River basins of the American West; a High Country News reader. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, pp. 31-48.
Marston, Garth

1994 2.4327 Garth Marston on Willie Taylor. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 7(4):9.
Marston, Glyn

2011 2.16933 Thud, sweat and tears. [No place]: CreateSpace, 509 pp. [An on-demand publication. Includes portions about a Grand Canyon run.]
Marston, Jeffrey

2005 4.245 Garth Marston. In: Farewell [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(2)(Summer):6-7. [Marston, Garth ( -2005)]
Marston, Nate

1997 2.4328 [Letter mentioning Bill Beer and Garth Marston.] Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(1):10. [Issue "Winter 1996-1997" mailed February 1997.]
Marston, Otis Dock

1970 30.452 "The Man Who Rediscovered America: A Biography of John Wesley Powell", by John Upton Terrell. Western Historical Quarterly, 1(2)(April):189-190.
Marston, Otis R.

1948 2.19874 Buzz found the blue water. Desert Magazine, 11(5)(March):30. [Letter, with brief extract from Buzz Holmstrom diary at Little Colorado River.]

1951 2.20140 Those names in the cave. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 14(8)(June):23. [Regarding the 1873 F. S. Dellenbaugh inscription in Cave Lakes Canyon, north of Kanab, Utah, discussed in the William H. Behle article in the February issue (see Item no. 2.1395).]

1952 2.20193 Pity the mild Colorado. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 15(6)(June):27. [Comments on the letter from P. A. Birdick in the April issue (see Item no. 2.20192), who described a section of the Colorado River near Yuma as having "treacherous whirlpools". He inquires, "is it necessary to pick on the poor Colorado River and call it 'treacherous' at Yuma or anywhere else? ¶Really . . . treacherous?" (ellipsis is part of the quotation)]
Marston, Otis R. [Marston, Dock]

1959 2.20710 A "historeer" speaks up. In: Reader Response [section]. Desert Magazine, 22(12)(December):28-29. [In reply to Randall Henderson's column in October issue (see Item no. 2.20707) in which he is against Marston's disuse of "River Rat" in favor of "Canyoneer".] [Item signed "Otis 'Doc' Marston".]

2012 2.16905 (ed.) The lost journal of John Colton Sumner. In: Fowler, Don D. (ed.), Cleaving an unknown world; the Powell expeditions and the scientific exploration of the Colorado Plateau (foreword by Roy Webb). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press and Utah State Historical Society, pp. 223-242.
Marston, Otis R. "Dock"

no date 2.4329 River rats of the roaring Colorado. San Francisco, 4 pp. ["Prospectus for Marston's films" (Guidon, 1969, p. 50).] Guidon 436

no date 2.4330 Introduction. In: Baker, Pearl, Trail on the water. Boulder, Colorado: Pruett Publishing Co., 134 pp. [1969-1970.]

1949 2.4331 Conquering the Grand Canyon; braving the turbulent Colorado was a party of five in a 19-foot boat--first power boat to traverse the Grand Canyon. Pacific Motor Boat, 41(10)(September):cover, 9, 13-14, 58.

1953 2.4332 James White's voyage. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 16(10)(October):26. [Letter in response to the letter from Roy Lappin in the August issue (see Item no. 2.4012).]

1955 2.4333 Fast water. In: Stegner, Wallace (ed.), This is Dinosaur; Echo Park country and its magic rivers. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, pp. 58-70. >Mon. 8: 1-67<

1958 2.4334 Foreword. In: Lingenfelter, Richard E., First through the Grand Canyon. Los Angeles: Glen Dawson, pp. 7-10.

1960 2.4335 Grand Canyon white water. American Whitewater, 6(1)(May):19-21.

1960 2.4336 River runners: Fast water navigation. Utah Historical Quarterly, 28(3)(July):291-308. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1965 2.4337 The points of embarkation of James White in 1857 [sic]. The Branding Iron (The Westerners, Los Angeles Corral), (75)(December):1, 3-6. [Date correctly given in article as 1867.] Guidon 435

1968 2.4338 Who named the Grand Canyon? Pacific Historian, 12(3)(Summer):4-8. >Mon. 8: 1-67<

1969 2.4339 The lost journal of John Colton Sumner. Utah Historical Quarterly, 37(2)(Spring):173-189.

1969 2.4340 For water-level rails along the Colorado River. Colorado Magazine, 46(4)(Fall):287-303.

1969 2.4341 Early travel on the Green and Colorado Rivers. In: Chidester, Otis H. (ed.), Brand Book II; a collection of smoke signals. Tucson: Tucson Corral of the Westerners, no. 20, pp. 231-236. [Limited to 500 copies.] >Mon. 8: 1-67< FQ7:144 [volume], 144a [separate] FQ9:97 [volume] FQ11:66 [volume] FQ11:266 [volume] FQ11A:25 [volume] FQ11B:27 [volume] FQ12:49 [volume] FQ15:59 [volume]

1970 2.4342 The first hundred. In: Goldwater, Barry M., Delightful journey. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Historical Foundation, pp. 190-191.

1971 2.4343 The Grand Canyon boat parade. Wrangler (The Westerners, San Diego Corral), pp. 1, 7-9.

1971 2.4344 With Powell on the Colorado. Brand Book II (The Westerners, San Diego Corral), pp. 65-76.

1973 2.4345 The reluctant candidate--James White, first through the Grand Canyon? In: Ellis, George M. (ed.), Brand Book Three; a collection of smoke signals. San Diego, California: San Diego Corral of the Westerners (Arts and Craft Press, San Diego), pp. 166-176. [Limited to 500 copies.] FQ11:267 [volume] FQ11A:26 [volume] FQ11B:28 [volume] FQ12:50 [volume] FQ15:60 [volume]

1976 2.4346 Separation marks; notes on "the worst rapid" in the Grand Canyon. Journal of Arizona History, 17(1)(Spring):1-20. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1982 2.4347 Commentary on Part One, James White's raft journey of 1867. In: Stanton, Robert Brewster, Colorado River controversies. Boulder City, Nevada: Westwater Books, in facsimile reprinting of 1932 ed. of Stanton, pp. 233-250. >Mon. 8: 1-32<

1998 2.4348 Dock Marston explains how he got his name. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(2)(Spring):36. [From a May 28, 1976, interview with Marston by Jay Haymond and John Hoffman, Utah Historical Society. Item submitted by Richard Quartaroli, with photograph from Cline Library.]

2002 2.9224 The Sportyak II expedition, Grand Canyon, August 5-31, 1963; the journal of Otis "Dock" Marston (transcribed by Rosalyn Jirge; John Weisheit, ed.). The Confluence, no. 26 (December), pp. 26-32, inside back cover [33].
Marston, Otis Reed "Dock"

2014 2.22069 From Powell to power; a recounting of the first one hundred river runners through the Grand Canyon (Tom Martin, ed.). Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, 532 pp. [Hardbound, with dustjacket; 100 copies, signed and numbered by the editor.]

2014 2.22070 From Powell to power; a recounting of the first one hundred river runners through the Grand Canyon (Tom Martin, ed.). Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, 532 pp. [Trade papberback.]
Martel, Daniel

2008 2.12740 Blériot mit Düsen--Fusionman in England. SkyNews.ch (Das actuelle Magazin der Schwizer Luftfahrt, Teufen ZH, Switzerland), 5(11)(November):14. [Fusion Man; jet-powered human flight. Plan to fly in Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Martel, E.-A.

1884 2.15881 Le cañon du Tarn. Club Alpin Français, Annuaire, 10[for 1883]:242-261. [See p. 247, Marble Canyon, in passing.]

1885 2.15985 Bramabiau (Gard). La Nature (Paris), 13(August 29):200-202. [See p. 202, comparison of alcoves to "le Red-Wall du Grand-Cañon du Colorado".]

1886 2.13644 Le Causse Noir et Montpellier-le-Vieux (Aveyron). Le Tour du Monde, 52(1349):305-320. [Grand Canyon and Marble Canyon noted, p. 306.]

1888 2.17601 Les Causses, les gorges du Tarn et Montpellier-le-Vieux. In: Variétés [section]. Société Languedocienne de Géographie, Bulletin (Montpellier), 11:328-332. [Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 330. Item credited only to "M. Martel".]

1890 2.17515 Les Causses du Languedoc. In: Association Française pour L'Avancement des Sciences, Conférences de Paris, Compete Rendu de la 19me Session, Première Partie, documents officiels, procès-verbaux. Paris: Au Secrétariat de l'Association, and chez M. G. Mason, pp. 9-29. [Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 11.]

1894 2.13660 Les cévennes et la région des Causses (Lozère, Aveyron, Hérault, Gard, Ardèche). Paris: Ch. Delagrave, 5th ed., revised and corrected, 407 [408] pp. [Grand Canyon and Colorado River, see pp. 5-9, 12.]

1906 21.6691 L'eau; étude hydrologique. In: Launay, L. de, Martel, E.-A., Bonjean, Ed., and Ogier, J., Le sol et l'eau. Paris: Librairie J.-B. Baillière et Fils, pp. 87-200. (Volume: Traité d'Hygiène, II; P. Brouardel and E. Mosny, eds.) [See p. 155, reference to Grand Canyon and to flood on Kanab Creek in 1871.]

1907 12.4873 L'évanouissement du Colorado. In: Faits et Nouvelles Géographiques [section]. Société de Géographie de Lille, Bulletin, 47(5)(May):327-328. [Synopsis of recent reports from Scientific American and Petermann's Mittheilungen.]

1907 12.3170 L'évanouissement du Colorado. La Nature (Paris), 35(1771)(May 4):364-366.

1907 12.3171 L'évanouissement du Colorado. In: Analyses et Comptes Rendus [section]. Société Languedocienne de Géographie, Bulletin (Montpellier), 30:126-128. [Synopsis of recent reports from Scientific American and Petermann's Mittheilungen.]

1928 33.347 L'aménagement du Grand Cañon du Verdon; une oeuvre nouvelle du Touring Club de France. L'Illustration (Paris), 171(4429)(January 21):65-68.
Martens, Mary Ellen

2014 2.20719 My NCOD pastoral week experience. Hand in Hand (Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Ministry), (Spring):6. [National Catholic Office for the Deaf.] [Includes note of tour to Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon West.]
Martens, Tom

1994 19.4610 Pity the poor, endangered humpback chub. Headwaters, (Spring):7.
Marti-Cardona, Belen; Steissberg, T. E.; Schladow, S. Geoffrey; and Hook, Simon J.

2008 11.2591 Relating fish kills to upwellings and wind patterns in the Salton Sea. In: Hurlbert, Stuart H. (ed.), Salton Sea Centennial Symposium, Part 2. Proceedings of a symposium celebrating a century of symbiosis among agriculture, wildlife and people, 1905-2005, held in San Diego, California, USA, March 2005. Hydrobiologia, 604(1)(June):85-95.
Martin Atienza, B.; García Abdeslem, J.; and Osete Lopez, M. L.

2001 11.3603 Inversion en 2D de datos gravimetricos de la cuenca sedimentaria Laguna Salada, Baja California [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 21(3)(November):172.
Martín Barajas, Arturo, and Hurtado Brito, Juan Carlos

2013 11.7114 Volcanismo reciente en el Norte del Golfo de California: Diferenciación magmática y sedimentación en las cuencas activas del rift [abstract]. In: 2013 Reunión Anual, Unión Geofísica Mexicana, A.C. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 33(1)(October):162.
Martín Baró, Alberto

2007 14.607 (ed.) Informe PISA 2006; Competencias científicas para el mundo del mañana. [No place]: Organización Para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico, Programa para la Evaluación Internacional de Alumnos, [Spanish ed.], 397 [399] pp. [Grand Canyon, pp. 97-99.] [N.B.: Translation from English original [not seen], "PISA 2006, Science Competencies for Tomorrow's World", 2 volumes; also a French translation [not seen], "PISA 2006, Les Compétences Scientifiques, un Atout Pour Demain", 2 volumes.]
Martin Moyer Productions

1968 26.158 Helicopters in the Grand Canyon. Seattle, Washington: Martin Moyer Productions. 16-mm film. 29:00. >Mon. 8: 12-18<

1970 26.159 Wings in the Grand Canyon. Richard L. Hawk, narrator. Seattle, Washington: Martin Moyer Productions. 16-mm film, color. 14:00. With teacher's guide. >Mon. 8: 12-18<
Martin, Ann M.

1997 6.342 The Baby-Sitters Club; BSC in the USA. New York, Toronto, London, Auckland, and Sydney: Scholastic, Inc., 242 [245] pp. (see pp. 34, 166-168, 240-242). (The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special No. 14.)
Martín, Arturo; Helenes, Javier; González Escobar, Mario; Aragón, Manuel; García Abdeslem, Juan; Carreño, Ana Luisa; and Pacheco, Martín

2006 11.3634 Neogene evolution of rifting in the northern Gulf of California: Tectonostratigraphic analysis of seismic reflection and borehole data [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 26(1)(October):66.
Martín, Arturo; Helenes, Javier; González Escobar, Mario; García, Juan; Aragón, Manuel; Carreño, Anna Luisa; and Pacheco, Martín

2008 11.6249 Neogene evolution of rifting in the northern Gulf of California: Tectonostratigraphic analysis of seismic reflection and borehole data [abstract]. Geos (Unión Geofísica Mexicana), 28(1)(September):20.
Martín, Arturo; Weber, Bodo; and Schmitt, Axel

2009 11.6597 Petrología geoquímica isotópica (Sr-Sm-Nd) del volcanismo Cuaternario en el Norte del Golfe de California [abstract]. In: Daesslé, Luis Walter, Lugo Ibarra, Karina C., and Orozco Durán, Alexandro (eds.), INAGEQ, Instituto Nacional de Geoquímica, Número especial dedicado al XIX Congresso Nacional de Geoquímica y a nuestro querido socio y amigo Dr. Rodolfo Rodríguez Ríos (Q.D.E.P.). Actas INAGEQ (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas, Instituto Nacional de Geoquímica), 15(1)(September):48.
Martin, Bell

1899 2.14044 [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. 119.
Martin, Bob, and Martin, Dotty

1987 9.519 Arizona's mountains; a hiking and climbing guide. Evergreen, Colorado: Cordillera Press, Inc., 178 pp.

1991 9.253 Arizona's mountains; a hiking guide to the Grand Canyon State. Evergreen, Colorado: Cordillera Press, Inc. >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-7<
Martin, Carol A.

1980 14.880 YACC covers Arizona. Courier (U.S. National Park Service), 3(11)(October):15. [Young Adult Conservation Corps. Includes: "Grand Canyon enrollees, who live in trailers in a residential camp, are cmpleting substantial renovations to buildings in the Inner Canyon as well as performing as interpreters and on back country patrol and trail crews." (entire note)]
Martin, Charles

no date 2.9480 Arizona, a choice destination for meetings. In: Events planning resource; Arizona. Bothell, Washington: Sound Publishing, 2nd ed., pp. 4-11. [2003?]
Martin, Cheryl

2005 16.697 Results of chemical analysis on obsidian samples from two Virgin Anasazi sites near Mt. Trumbull, Arizona Strip, northwestern Arizona. Society for American Archaeology, 70th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, March-April 3 [sic], 2005, Abstracts, pp. 191-192.
Martin, Cheryl Marie

2009 16.919 Analysis of flaked stone lithics from Virgin Anasazi sites near Mt. Trumbull, Arizona Strip. Master's thesis, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, 170 pp.
Martin, Chris

no date 6.900 A visit to Grand Canyon National Park. New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 24 pp. (Leveled Reader Library. Team Up to Survive. GR O. Benchmark 34. Lexile 350.) (5.4 Week 5.)
Martin, Daryl L., and Elliott, David K.

1984 21.2053 A regressive sequence and associated ichnofaunal assemblage, Bright Angel Shale (Cambrian), Grand Canyon, Arizona [abstract]. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 19 (1984 Proceedings Supplement):55-56. >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Martin, Daryl L.; Middleton, Larry T.; and Elliott, David K.

1986 21.2054 Depositional systems of the Middle Cambrian Bright Angel Shale, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 18(5):394. >Mon. 8: 3-61<
Martin, Daryl Lynn

1985 21.2052 Depositional systems and ichnology of the Bright Angel Shale (Cambrian), eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 365 pp. >Mon. 8: 3-109<
Martin, Don

2005 11.4481 Over 400 participate in Kid's Fishing Day 2005. In: ADA Chapter News, Mohave Sportsman Club [section]. Deer Times (Arizona Deer Association), (Fall):25-26. [D'Ambro's pond, 26 miles north of Kingman, Arizona.]

2005 6.845 Father and son share Mohave County outdoor experiences. Deer Times (Arizona Deer Association), (Spring):11.
Martin, Don W., and Martin, Betty Woo

1990 9.254 The best of Arizona; a complete, witty and rather opinionated guide to the Grand Canyon State. Walnut Creek, California: Pine Cone Press, 336 pp. (see Chapt. 2, The Grand Canyon, pp. 21-48, and other pages). >Mon. 8: 1-SS1-7<

1993 9.255 Coming to Arizona; the complete guide for future Arizonans: job-seekers, retirees and snowbirds. Columbia, California: Pine Cone Press, 231 pp.

1996 9.256 Arizona discovery guide; a remarkably useful travel companion for motorists, RVers and other explorers. Columbia, California: Pine Cone Press, 406 pp. (Originally published as The Best of Arizona; completely revised, updated and expanded.)

1998 9.257 Arizona in your future; the complete guide for job-seekers, retirees and snowbirds. Henderson, Nevada: Pinecone Press, Inc., 270 pp.
Martin, Donna L.; Krummenacher, Daniel; and Frost, Eric G.

1981 11.504 Regional resetting of the K-Ar isotopic system by mid-Tertiary detachment faulting in the Colorado River region, California, Arizona, and Nevada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 13(7):504. >Mon. 8: 2-16<
Martin, Douglas |New York Times|

2000 3.1085 (December 10) Rupert C. Barneby, 89, botanical garden curator and expert on beans, is dead. By Douglas Martin. (p. 267) [Includes note of Grand Canyon discovery.]

2000 3.1354 (July 30) Milton Garland dies at 104; one of oldest workers in U.S. A refrigeration expert whose ideas helped build a dam and make ice cream. By Douglas Martin. (p. 235) [Includes Hoover Dam.]
Martin, Douglas D.

1954 2.4349 Yuma Crossing (illustrations by Horace T. Pierce). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 243 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-32< FQ4:100 FQ8:268 FQ9:385 FQ9A:54 FQ10:225 FQ11:268 FQ11B:127 FQ12:340 FQ12B:130 FQ13:321 FQ13A:131 FQ15:347 FQ17:276 Guidon 437
Martin, Ed |New York Times|

1993 3.987 (October 10) Canyon rafting. By Ed Martin. (p. 153) [Letter to the Editor.]
Martin, Edna Fay

1899 2.14046 [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. 119.
Martin, Eva Estella

1899 2.14042 [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. 118.
Martin, Frank G.

1905 12.2600 The new Salton Sea; the story of how the Colorado came to pour its waters into the California desert. Pacific Monthly, 14(5)(November):429-431.

1906 12.4614 The new inland sea in California. Appleton's Booklovers Magazine, 7(5)(May):679-684. [Salton Sea.]
Martin, George W.

1906 2.14757 Thomas Allen Cullinan, of Junction City. Kansas State Historical Society, Transactions, 9:532-540. [Memorial. Includes note of 1860 trip with companions "explored the [upper] Colorado River eight years before Major Powell" and confronted by Utes (pp. 534-535). The author adds in note (p. 535), "But for the Ute Indians, Thomas Allen Cullinan would have been the first exploror [sic] of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado." James White is also mentioned in the note.]
Martin, Glen A., and Masica, Sue E.

2014 13.3387 Grand Canyon National Park quiet aircraft technology incentive: Seasonal relief from allocations in the Dragon and Zuni Point corridors. Federal Register, 79(217):66763-66765.

2015 13.3436 Grand Canyon National Park quiet aircraft technology incenstive: Seasonal relief from allocations in the Dragon and Zuni Point corridors. Federal Register, 80(77)(April 22):22606-22611. ("Final notice to announce implementation and disposition of public comments.")
Martin, H. M., and Rice, S. E.

1941 12.2176 Experimental determination of design data for design of jet pumps for Boulder Dam power plant. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Hydraulic Laboratory Report 97, 13+ pp. [41 pp. total]. [Hoover Dam.]
Martin, Harriet

1992 21.2055 Conodont biostratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the Surprise Canyon Formation (Late Mississippian), Grand Canyon, Arizona. Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, 298 pp.
Martin, Harriet, and Barrick, James E.

1999 21.2056 Chapter F. Conodont biostratigraphy of the Surprise Canyon Formation. In: Billingsley, George H., and Beus, Stanley S. (eds.), Geology of the Surprise Canyon Formation of the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 61, pp. 97-115. [References combined for volume, pp. 245-250.]
Martin, Harriet, and Beus, Stanley S.

1989 21.2057 Conodont biostratigraphy of the Surprise Canyon Formation (Late Mississippian) in western Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 21(5):111. >Mon. 8: 3-61<

1992 21.2058 Conodont biostratigraphy and paleoenvironment of Late Mississippian strata in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 24(6):50.
Martin, Howard H.

____ 2.11414 Conquers Grand Canyon: Bro. Birdseye charts the gorge. Cadeceus of Kappa Sigma, __________: 322-327. [Claude H. Birdseye. "A staple-bound copy of this article is held at NARA (National Archives and Records Administration), Record Group 57, Records of the Topographic Division" (Diane E. Boyer and Robert H. Webb, Damming Grand Canyon: The 1923 USGS Colorado River Expedition, p. 58, n. 38).]
Martin, J. C.

1982 2.19756 A Grand Canyon trip. How one may reach the greatest wonder of the world--Notes and incident by the way. In: Maurer, Stephen G. (ed.), Grand Canyon by stage. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Heritage Associates, pp. 5-6. [Originally published in 1894 in the Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona, "By the Editor".]

1982 2.19757 It is indescribable! Grand beyond description is what all visitors say of the Grand Canyon, so say I. Thoughts and impressions suggested by a look at its marvelous magnificence. In: Maurer, Stephen G. (ed.), Grand Canyon by stage. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Heritage Associates, pp. 7-9. [Originally published in 1894 in the Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona, "By the Editor".]

1982 2.19758 In the canyon's depths. A visit to the Grand Scenic Divide, from where a view of the river and the lower depths is obtained. In: Maurer, Stephen G. (ed.), Grand Canyon by stage. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Heritage Associates, pp. 9-11. [Originally published in 1894 in the Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona, "By the Editor".]

1982 2.19759 Grand Canyon closing sketch. A thunderstorm.--The ruins of paradise.--St. Peter's Cathedral.--A night in the canyon. In: Maurer, Stephen G. (ed.), Grand Canyon by stage. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Heritage Associates, pp. 12-14. [Originally published in 1894 in the Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona, "By the Editor".]

1982 2.19760 Down to Cataract Canyon. From the Grand Canyon to the Supai village.--A tortuous, tedious and steep trail. In: Maurer, Stephen G. (ed.), Grand Canyon by stage. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Heritage Associates, pp. 14-18. [Originally published in 1894 in the Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona, "By the Editor".]
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