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Horn, Amy

2000 2.7939 Aspen stories. Nature Notes (Grand Canyon National Park), 16(2)(Winter):1-4. [Inscriptions carved in trees.]

2007 2.11163 Stories among the aspen: Running cattle on the North Rim [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):10.

2008 2.11665 Stories among the aspen: Running cattle on the North Rim and North Kaibab. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 147-151. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2009 2.12099 The Bulletin is going digital! The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(2)(March):1.

2009 2.12519 Call of the Canyon by Tom Martin; GCHS August 22, 2009 outing. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(5)(September):3-4.

2009 2.12520 GCHS annual board meeting, Nov 11, 2009, Flagstaff East Library. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(6)(November):1-3.

2009 2.12376 2009 annual picnic. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(2)(March):1-2. [Report.]

2009 2.12377 March 2009 outing report. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 13(2)(March):3-4.

2010 2.14817 Kane Ranch outing; Saturday, October 23, 2010. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 14(6)(November):1. [Report.]

2010 2.14818 GCHS annual Board meeting minutes; Nov 6, 2010, East Flagstaff Library. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 14(6)(November):1-2.
Horn, Jesse

2009 2.17110 The hidden treasures of Arizona. Heber, Arizona: Mogollon Connection Publishing LLC, [unpaginated]. [Cover title: The Mogollon Connection presents The hidden treasures of Arizona.] [Items originally published in the Mogollon Connection newspaper, Heber, Arizona. An on-demand publication.]

2012 2.17111 The hidden treasures of Arizona. Volume two. Heber, Arizona: Mogollon Connection Publishing LLC, [unpaginated]. [Cover title: The Mogollon Connection presents The hidden treasures of Arizona. Volume two.] [Items originally published in the Mogollon Connection newspaper, Heber, Arizona. An on-demand publication.]

2012 2.17112 The hidden treasures of Arizona. Special edition. Heber, Arizona: Mogollon Connection Publishing LLC, [unpaginated]. [Cover title: The Mogollon Connection presents The hidden treasures of Arizona. Special edition.] [Items originally published in the Mogollon Connection newspaper, Heber, Arizona. An on-demand publication. Apparently combines Volumes [1] and 2.]
Horn, Walther

1903 2.14277 Briefe eines reisenden Entomologen. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, 1903(2)(August):177-198. [See p. 180, notes regarding a brief visit to the Grand Canyon; this part not entomological in content.]
Hornaday, William T.

1908 2.3499 Camp-fires on desert and lava. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 366 pp. Guidon 311, 312

1909 2.3500 Camp-fires on desert and lava. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 366 pp. FQ13:245 FQ13A:92

1924 2.8669 Tales from Nature's wonderlands. New York and London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 235 pp. (see Chapter 15, "The River Grand and Terrible", pp. 156-165).

1928 2.8670 Tales from Nature's wonderlands. New York and London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 235 pp. (see Chapter 15, "The River Grand and Terrible", pp. 156-165).

1967 2.3501 Campfires on desert and lava. New York: Arno Press, 366 pp.

1983 2.3502 Camp-fires on desert and lava (introduction by Bernard L. Fontana). Tucson: University of Tucson Press, 362 pp.
Hornby, George

1980 2.3503 (ed.) Your national parks; a state-by-state guide. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 320 pp. (see pp. 26-27). >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hornby, George, and the Editors of Eastman Kodak Company

1976 2.3504 (eds.) Photographing America. Know the land and the people . . . through photography. New York: Crown publishers, 256 pp. (see cover, pp. 210-211). [Ellipsis is part of title.] >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Horne, Cecil

1911 2.13362 The Palo Duro Canon--A natural national park. Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine, 13(1)(May):18-25. [Includes notices of Grand Canyon, pp. 19, 23.]
Horstman, Kevin C.

1997 2.3505 Images over the Southwest. Journal of the Southwest, 39(3/4)(Autumn-Winter):561-566. [Satellite imagery, lower Colorado River region.]
Horton, Arthur G.

1941 2.17037 An economic, political and social survey of Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun. Tempe, Arizona: Southside Progress, 279 pp. (Coronado Edition.) [Cover title: A survey of Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun, Arizona, 1867-1941; an economical, political and social encyclopedia of Phoenix and Maricopa County. Limited edition, numbered.] [Includes notes and illustrations of Grand Canyon. See in particular pp. 123-125.]
Horton, Charles M.

1920 2.16511 Opportunities in engineering. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 90 pp. [See pp. 87-88, an engineer's perspective of Grand Canyon.]
Horton, G. Michael

1967 2.3506 Land of the Havasupai. Desert Magazine, 30(7/8)(July/August):28-30. [See also letter from Katherine P. Baker, (10)(October):42.] >Mon. 8: 1-64<
Horvitz, Eleanor F.

1980 2.21135 Marion L. Misch--An extraordinary woman. Rhode Island Jewish Historical Notes (Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association, Providence), 8(2)(November):7-65. [See p. 16: "She also traveled extensively in the United States. 'Just picture this 150 pound plus woman on a little donkey teetering down the rim of the Grand Canyon--but she did it. She would not think of not doing it!' exclaimed Dorothy [her granddaughter]." (entire note)]
Horwitz, Tony

2008 2.12452 A voyage long and strange; on the trail of Vikings, conquistadors, lost colonists and other adventurers in early America. New York: Picador (Henry Holt and Co.), 445 pp. (See Chapter 6, "The Southwest; To the Seven Cities of Stone", pp. 134-164.)
Horwood, Celia M.

2007 2.11356 Engulfed by the Canyon. In: Dear Editor [section]. Arizona Highways, 83(11):2.
Hoshino, Felicia

2006 2.18674 A conversation with the artist Felicia Hoshino. In: Conversations with the author and illustrator of "A Place Where Sunflowers Grow". The AACP Newsletter (Asian American Curriculum Project), (June):4. [Includes notes of Poston Relocation Camp.]
Hosmer, Helen

1966 2.3507 Imperial Valley. American West, (Winter):34-49+.
Hotchkin, William R.

1919 2.19249 What is the matter with retail advertising? Advertising men and not salesmen should write the copy, says Hotchin. Printers' Ink, 106(9)(February 27):61-62, 64, 67-68. [See p. 68, remarking on the good qualities of the advertising by John Wanamaker: "There ought to be trained writers to take care of the detail of [writing advertising copy], and John Wanamaker sends those trained writers to factories, to warehouses, to Paris, to get the romance of the goods, and out to the Grand Canyon, to get new vitality and health, so that they can come back with new vim and vitality, so that he can get out that kind of advertising."]
Houck, Ed

1967 2.20789 Search for the Golden Godess. Desert Magazine, 30(1)(January):26-28. [Golden Goddess of the West, the treasure of Santa Isabel.] [See also letter from C. R. Appleby, (3)(March):42.]
Houck, Louis

1908 2.17353 A history of Missouri from the earliest explorations and settlements until the admission of the state into the union. Volume III. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co., 380 pp. [See pp. 88-91, exploits of James Ohio Pattie in the West.]
Hough, Emerson

no date 2.14210 The frontier omnibus; containing three complete novels [sic]; The Way to the West; The Story of the Outlaw; The Way of a Man. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 428, 401, 345 pp. [See "The Way to the West", pp. 231, 327-328.]

1890 2.18247 Chicago and the West [section]. Forest and Stream, 35(12)(October 9):229. ["Mr. J. O. Blake, of Spaldings, is back from his grand western tour in company with Mr. Geo. J. Charlton. At Denver they joined the excursion of the American Association of General Passenger and Ticket Agents, and went to all the great scenic localities of the Rockies and the West, from the Grand Cañon to the [Yellowstone] Park. that his is a country alike beautiful and stupendous Mr. Blake is ready now to attest to any extent." (entire note)]

1901 2.16177 Chicago and the West [section]. Forest and Stream, 56(3)(January 19):50-51. [See p. 51, notice of Santa Fe Railway exhibition of "a 75-foot reproduction in model form of the Grand Cañon" by artist H. G. Maratta, to be displayed at the Sportsmen's Exposition in Chicago.]

1901 2.16178 Chicago and the West [section]. Forest and Stream, 56(4)(January 26):68-69. [See p. 69: "Mr. H. G. Maratta, the well-known Chicago artist, started this week for the Grand Cañon of the Colorado to make studies for the purpose of putting up a big model of this cañon on the main floor of the sportsmen's exposition which is to be held in Chicago this coming month. Mr. Maratta has already made a small model of the cañon, and it gives the best idea of that tremendous spectacle which has ever been offered in artistic form." (entire note)]

1901 2.16179 Chicago and the West [section]. Forest and Stream, 56(7)(February 16):127-128. [See p. 128, under "Chicago Sportsmen's Exposition": "Mr. Maratta is well advanced with his work on the panorama of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado." (entire note)]

1901 2.16180 The Chicago Sportsmen's Show. In: Chicago and the West [section]. Forest and Stream, 56(10)(March 9):186-187. See p. 186: "Mr. Maratta personally executed for the Santa Fe Railroad the beautiful panorama of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, which is one of the most brilliant and stirring attractions of the exposition." And: "Beyond . . . rises the approach to Maratta’s Grand Cañon. I cannot describe this panorama, but is is worth going some distance to witness. The illusion is perfect. The opening of the proscenium is about thirty feet, but there is no sense of distance possible. One sees the whole cañon and feels it is really 30 miles across. The light is superb. This is as sterling and artistic an attraction as has ever been seen in any city and under any proposition whatever." (entire notes)]

1903 2.14209 The way to the West, and the lives of three early Americans; Boone--Crockett--Carson (illustrations by Frederic Remington). Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merill Co., 446 pp.

1914 2.18030 Made in America; what Uncle Sam offers to Europe's tourist trade. Saturday Evening Post, 187(24)(December 12):16-18, 40-43.

1915 2.18016 Made in America; the Yosemite. Saturday Evening Post, 187(40)(April 5):14-16, 77-82. [See p. 77: "Silence you find here, just as you did at the Grand Cañon." (entire note)]

1915 2.15021 Out of doors. New York and London: D. Appleton and Co., 301 pp. (see pp. 162-163).

1915 2.12909 What Uncle Sam offers to Europe's tourist trade. Santa Fe Magazine (Santa Fe Railway), 9(3)(February):17-26. [From Saturday Evening Post.]

1922 2.3508 The President's forest. Saturday Evening Post, 194(29)(January 14):6-7, 65, 69, 72, 75; (30)(January 21):23, 57-58, 60, 63. [Kaibab Plateau.] >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hough, Katherine Plake

1990 2.3509 Carl Oscar Borg. Southwest Art, 19(11)(April):cover, 66-73. >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hough, Walter

1934 2.11811 Pilling, James Constantine. In: Malone, Dumas (ed.), Dictionary of American biography; under the auspices of the American Council of Learned Societies. Oglethorpe-Platner. Volume 14. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, p. 603.
Houghton, Frederick

1917 2.18117 Second book in English for foreigners in evening schools. New York, Cincinnati, and Chicago: American Book Co., 180 pp. + advertisements. [Colorado River and Grand Canyon, pp. 126-127.]
Houk, Rose

1997 2.3512 Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Tucson: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 15 pp.

1999 2.9006 The pioneer women. St. Louis, Missouri: Jefferson National Parks Association, 20 pp. [including wraps]. (Westward Expansion Series, No. 2.) [Includes Lees Ferry.]

2001 2.9007 Trains and railroads. St. Louis, Missouri: Jefferson National Parks Association, 20 pp. [including wraps]. (Westward Expansion Series, No. 6.) [Includes Grand Canyon.]

2001 2.8568 [Remarks.] In: John Riffey Memorial Tall Tale Rendezvous; Tuweep, Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, April 21, 2001. [Tuweep, Arizona]: [Liz and Clair Roberts], p. 73. [From the John Riffey gravesite "Riffey Storybook". Author attribution given as Rose Hook.]

2005 2.12351 The guide to national parks of the Southwest. Tucson: Western National Parks Association, 88 pp.

2010 2.14342 Is forever possible? Sojourns (Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association), 5(2)(Summer/Fall):36-41. [See "History Written in Water: Pipe Spring", pp. 36-38.]

2014 2.21672 A new home on the range; hands-on, on-the-ground conservation at Kane Ranch. Northern Arizona's Mountain Living Magazine, (May):10-14.
Houk, Rose, and Collier, Michael

1990 2.3510 Explore the Arizona Trail. Arizona Highways, 66(10):4-11, outside back cover. >Mon. 8: 1-64<

1992 2.3513 Sky trails to the backcountry. Arizona Highways, 68(10):inside front cover, 4-11.

1994 2.3514 The Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 70(6):6-13, inside back cover.

2000 2.7464 AZ top to bottom; hiking the depths of the Grand Canyon and the summit of Humphreys Peak. Arizona Highways, 76(7):38-43.

2001 2.8353 Return to the river; sixty years after Buzz Holstrom [sic] became the first person to successfully complete a solo run of the Colorado and Green rivers, a group retraces his steps. Arizona Highways, 77(7):6-13, back cover [legend for back cover on p. 1]. [Buzz Holmstrom.]

2003 2.9510 You can almost smell the water; the stone-dry Kofa Mountains rise near the Colorado River. Arizona Highways, 79(9):6-13.
Houk, Rose, and Kerrick, James

2003 2.9202 Canyon ranger; backcountry medic, educator, cop and psychologist goes to extremes. Arizona Highways, 79(1):6-13. [Bryan Wisher.]
Houk, Rose, and Lawsen, Chuck

1999 2.7249 Twinkling lights, a parade, and a canyon train ride with Santa make Williams merry. Arizona Highways, 75(12):54-56, inside back cover.
Houk, Rose, and McDonald, Robert G.

2000 2.7940 Winter pageant; Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 76(12):cover, 10-17.
House, Dorothy A.

1991 2.3511 Arizona's Grand Canyon. Plateau, 62(2):1-32 [entire number]. >Mon. 8: 1-64<

1994 2.3515 Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau. Plateau, 65(3):13-44.

1994 2.3516 Human history of Grand Canyon. In: Grand Canyon Trust, in association with Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon; toward a geography of hope. Proceedings, Grand Canyon National Park 75th Anniversary Symposium, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, October 6-8, 1994, pp. 19-21.
Houser, Dave G.; Abbott, Mary Lu; and Armstrong, Elizabeth

1996 2.3517 America's most beautiful vacation spots. Vacations, 10(3)(Summer):28-49 (see pp. 34-35, 37).
Houston, Chrystal

2006 2.14561 YC professor featured on national television. York College Heritage (York, Nebraska), (Summer):13. [Tim McNeese appearance in Risk Takers, History Makers: John Wesley Powell and the Grand Canyon.]
Houston, Pam

1994 2.3518 A week of rapids, a new reality. Headwaters, (Summer):17.

2003 2.9937 Redefining strength. O (The Oprah Magazine), (April).

2004 2.9938 Redefining strength. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 6(4)(Winter-Spring):20-24. [Reprinted from O.]
Houzeau, J.-C.

1859 2.15425 Correspondance d'Amérique. Revue Trimestrielle (Bruxelles), 23(July):260-289. [Lower Colorado River region, p. 288, in passing.]

1859 2.15425 Correspondance d'Amérique. Revue Trimestrielle (Bruxelles), 24(October):276-303. [Pacific railroads, pp. 292-303.]
Hovens, Pieter, and Herlaar, Jiska

2004 2.10255 Early anthropology on the Southwest-Great Basin frontier: The 1883 fieldwork of Herman ten Kate. Journal of the Southwest, 46(3)(Autumn):529-558. [Includes lower Colorado River.]
Hovey, Clarissa

1912 2.13840 Color photography. Photographic Times, 44(9)(September):354-359. ("A paper read before the Women's Federation of Photography, at Philadelphia.") [See p. 354.]

1912 2.21501 Clarissa Hovey's paper. From: Women's Federation [section]. In: Philadelphia convention of the P. A. of A. the greatest in its history. Bulletin of Photography (Philadelphia), 11(August 7):194-198. [Grand Canyon, see p. 194.]
Hovey, Horace Carter

1892 2.16002 The Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Scientific American, 66(June 18):392-393.

1892 2.3519 On the rim and in the depths of the Grand Canyon. Scientific American, 67(August 6):87-89. >Mon. 8: 1-27< Goodman 936

1899 2.13877 [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. 43.
Hovind, Kent

1991 2.12573 Patriot University; dissertation for Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Education; a project submitted to Dr. Wayne Knight; submitted by Kent Hovind, Pensacola, Florida, May 25, 1991. Patriot University, [102] pp. (Grand Canyon, see pp. [33], [77-78], [97-98].) [Title thus.]

2007 2.12770 Are you being brainwashed? Propaganda in science textbooks. Pensacola, Florida: Creation Science Evangelism, 49 pp. [See under "The Lies Used to Teach Evolution", "Lie #1--'Grand Canyon Took Millions of Years to Form'", pp. 7-8.]
Howard of Glossop (Lady), Winefred

no date 2.16323 Howard of Glossop's journal of a tour in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Carlisle, Massachusetts: Applewood Books, 355 pp. (Travels in America, Volume 219.) [Cover title. Facsimile reprinting of Howard of Glossop (1897); also reproduces title-page of original.]

1897 2.16322 Journal of a tour in the United States, Canada and Mexico. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co., Ltd., 355 pp. [See pp. 109-110, Colorado Desert and Yuma.]
Howard, Dave

1977 2.3520 12 days on the Colorado. Desert Magazine, 40(8)(August):cover, 3, 24-29. [ARTA (American River Touring Association) trip through Grand Canyon; rowing to Diamond Creek, motor below to Pearce Ferry.]. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Howard, Denver L.

1973 2.20833 Colorado River mystery. In: Letters to the Editor [section]. Desert Magazine, 36(12)(December):46. [Response to the letter and photo from Jack Pepper in the November issue (see Item no. 2.20832), which pertains to what is the remnant of part of a stamp mill found along the Colorado River.]
Howard, G. W.

1976 2.15154 Bridges in the desert; early days of the Yuma Proving Ground. Journal of Arizona History, 17:431-450.
Howard, Kathleen L., and Pardue, Diana F.

1996 2.3521 Mary Jane Colter; designing the dream of the West. Cañon Journal, 2(1):30-43.

1996 2.3522 Inventing the Southwest; the Fred Harvey Company and Native American art. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, 150 pp. FQ11:202 FQ11A:73 FQ11B:101 FQ12:260 FQ13:246 FQ15:250 FQ17:206
Howard, O. O.

1907 2.16144 My life and experiences among our hostile Indians; a record of personal observations, adventures, and campaigns among the Indians of the great West; with some account of their life, habits, traits, religion, ceremonies, dress, savage instincts, and customs in peace and war. Hartford, Connecticut: A. D. Worthington and Co., 570 pp. [by subscription]. [Notes regarding Yuma and lower Colorado River region, see Chapter 7, pp. 124-130.]
Howard, Robert West

1978 2.15489 John Wesley Powell-Conqueror of the Colorado. Conservationist, 32(November/December):17-19, 48.
Howarth, Graham, and Howarth, Dawn

2008 2.12160 Grand Canyon trek 14th September 2008. Burnley Mountaineering Club, Newsletter (Lancashire, England), [October]: [9-14].
Howarth, O. H.

1895 2.11005 The western Sierra Madre of Mexico. Geographical Journal, 6(5)(November):422-437. [Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 423.]
Howe Brothers [firm]

1982 2.22131 Publisher's preface. In: Brooks, Juanita, Quicksand and cactus; a memoir of the southern Mormon frontier. Salt Lake City: Howe Brothers, pp. xi-xiv.
Howe, E. W.

1909 2.15190 Daily notes of a trip around the world. Vol. I. Hawaii, Japan, China, the Philippines, Ceylon. Topeka, Kansas: Crane and Co., 2nd ed., 375 pp. [See pp. 13-25.]
Howe, Ed

1918 2.15994 Why is Io-Way! Don't grumble because Switzerland is closed; beautiful Iowa is open for travel. The Country Gentleman, 83(46)(November 16):11-12. [Begins: "I once visited the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, and when I noted the hundred miles of gorgeous scenery in sight, this occurred to me: 'What an insignificant thing a two-column description of this will be!'" (no further note of Grand Canyon)]
Howe, Steve

1991 2.12834 Secrets in the stone. Backpacker, 19(3)(106)(May):cover, 3, 36-40. [Slot canyons.]

2000 2.14435 Tents; when Mother Nature shows her rough side make sure you have a secure backcountry shelter. Backpacker, 28(2)(March)(184):50-52, 54-60, 62, 64-68, 70-72, 74. [Product review. See p. 50, regarding "Peregrin" tent used on a 14-day midwinter Grand Canyon trip.]

2001 2.8569 Expore a desert slot canyon. In: Life List [feature]. Backpacker, 29(9)(December):68. [Paria River.]

2002 2.9012 Tanner Canyon Rapid, Grand Canyon, Arizona. In: Lanza, Michael, Best seats (in the house); when nature calls, bring your binoculars. These backcountry privies boast the 10 best views in North America [feature]. Backpacker, 30(7)(September):68.
Howell, Harry E.

1967 2.21949 Grand Gulch Trail. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 132-140.
Howell, John

2007 2.12324 Phantom Ranch is the place to stay, November 13 to 15, 2006. From: Chin, Diana, Clark, Don, and Howell, John, A Truly Grand Canyon; Hiking into the eighth wonder of the world requires careful planning. In: Northwest Explorer [section]. Washington Trails (Washington Trails Association, Seattle), (March):.
Howell, Wilson

1949 2.20078 Houseboating on the desert. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 12(4)(February):29. [Comment on remarks in Randall Henderson's column in the January issue (see Item no. 2.20076). Suggests houseboating uses on Salton Sea.]
Howells, Bob

1990 2.21282 Great American touring roads. MotorHome, (September):47-51, 134-136. [See "U.S. Highway 89, Utah" (pp. 50-51), beginning at Page, Arizona, concluding at Provo, Utah. Includes a photograph of a motor home on Navajo Bridge over Marble Canyon along U.S. Route 89A, noted in legend as "a popular side trip from Page".]
Howells, Robert Earle

2003 2.9263 Four Corners; twenty-one trips; the wild heart of the West. National Geographic Adventure, 5(2)(March):64-73.

2008 2.11510 The great eight; chase your dreams in red-rock country. In: The Best of the Parks [feature]. National Geographic Adventure, 10(5)(June/July):cover, 5, 76-82, 84, 86-88.
Howland, Oramel G.

1947 2.9297 Letters of O. G. Howland to the Rocky Mountain News. In: The exploration of the Colorado River in 1869. Utah Historical Quarterly, 15(1-4):95-105. [Letters of 19 June 1869, 30 June 1869, 1 July 1869.]
Hoyt, Franklyn

1948 2.3524 A history of the desert region of Riverside County from 1540 to the completion of the railroad to Yuma. Master's thesis, University of California at Los Angeles.

1952 2.16794 The Bradshaw Road. Pacific Historical Review, 21(3)(August):243-254.

1956 2.3525 Bradshaw's road to the La Paz diggin's. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 19(2)(February):4-8. [Note: Author’s name misspelled “Franklin” Hoyt.]
Hualapai Ethnobotany Project, Students and Staff

2007 2.11885 Recipes of the Hualapai Tribe. [Peach Springs, Arizona]: Hualapai Ethnobotany Project, 55 pp.

2011 2.17039 Recipes of the Hualapai Tribe. [Peach Springs, Arizona]: Hualapai Ethnobotany Project, 50 pp.
Huard, Lucien

no date 2.19123 Dictionnaire universel illustré de la géographie et des voyages. Tome I. Paris: Boulanger, 824 pp. [1884.] [See Liv. 75 (pp. 593-600): p. 600, “Colorado de L’Ouest”.]
Hubbard, David

2011 2.15171 Arizona celebrates 100 years; take a Centennial trek through the Grand Canyon State. In: Arizona official state visitor's guide; the Grand Canyon State. Phoenix: Arizona Office of Tourism, cover, pp. 6-9.
Hubbard, Elbert

1905 2.16155 Little journeys to homes of great scientists. Tyndall. East Aurora, New York: The Roycrofters. (Little Journeys To Homes of Great Scientists, 17(4)(October):59-84 [entire number].) [See p. 77: "The only man who ever braved the full dangers of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado was killed by a suburban train in Chicago while on his wedding tour." (entire note of pertinence)]

1922 2.14870 Selected writings of Elbert Hubbard; his mintage of wisdom, coined form a life of love, laughter and work, lovingly gathered by Elbert Hubbard II and made into goodly volumes by The Roycrofters at their shops, which are at East Aurora, New York, and issued as a memorial edition. New York: William H. Wise and Co., 412 [413] pp. (Half-title: Hundred-Point Men.) (Selected Writings of Elbert Hubbard, Volume 10 [from printer's and binder's page, p. [413]].) [See "Buffalo Jones", pp. 174-186.]
Hubbard, Elbert; James, George Wharton; and Elbertus, Fra

1903 2.14247 So here then is a little journey to the home of Joaquin Miller, by Elbert Hubbard; also a study of the man and his work, by George Wharton James; to which is appended a slight study of the man who wrote the study, by Fra Elbertus, with sundry selected poems by the poet, giving a goodly taste of his rare quality. Aurora, New York: The Roycrofters, 107 pp. [Grand Canyon noted, p. 31: ". . . the bottomless but colorful abysses of the Grand Canyon . . . ."]
Hubbard, Gardiner G.

1887 2.13706 The transcontinental railroads. Science, 10(September 16)(241):133-137, map between pp. 136/137.
Hubbard, Howard A.

1936 2.8354 Transportation. In: Arizona and its heritage. University of Arizona, Bulletin, 7(3), General Bulletin 3, pp. 285-291.
Hubbard, Sam, Jr.

1899 2.13934 [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. 81.
Hubbard, Terry

1997 2.3526 ... stuff! Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 1(1):5. [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Huber, Walter L.

1930 2.3527 Constructing a new bridge in Grand Cañon. Sierra Club Bulletin, 15:107-108. >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Huck, Rod

2003 2.9443 Les Jones, pioneer riverman. American Whitewater, 44(3)(May/June):24, 26-28.
Hudon, Gary

2009 2.12467 An Out-West vacation. The Informer (Central Texas Gem and Mineral Society, Abilene), 2009(11):4-5.
Hudson River Museum

1983 2.19323 Mountain men with cameras. [Yonkers, New York]: Hudson River Museum, [16] pp. [Exhibition catalog. Includes Grand Canyon region.]
Hudson, Alice

2002 2.9541 Joseph Ives' exploration of the Grand Canyon; von Egloffstein's fanciful Colorado River. In: Cohen, Paul E., Mapping the West; America's westward movement, 1524-1890. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, pp. 176-179.
Hudson, Alice C., and Cohen-Stratyner, Barbara

2001 2.8113 Heading West, touring West; mapmakers, performing artists, and the American frontier. New York: New York Public Library, 80 pp., 8 plates.
Huey, George H. H.

1985 2.3528 The Grand Canyon, water and stone. Northern Arizona Life, (July):19-23. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Huff, Dan

1974 2.8355 The incompleat hiker's guide to the Grand Canyon. Arizona (Arizona Republic), (April 28):36-38.
Huggins, Bob

1977 2.19625 Mounted patrol, a park tradition. National Park Service Newsletter, 12(10)(October):2. [Lake Mead National Recreation Area.]
Huggins, Jack W.

1965 2.15788 Folklore and fiction. In: Wallace, Andrew (ed.), Sources and readings in Arizona history; a checklist of literature concerning Arizona's past. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, pp. 161-162.
Hughes, Herbert

1980 2.18428 The Indian Miguels; chiefs and scholars. [Holtville, California]: [The author], 72 pp. [Yuma Indians.]
Hughes, Holly

2006 2.11582 500 places to take your kids before they grow up. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley, 567 pp. (see pp. 337, 462, 530-531).
Hughes, Howard

2009 2.21873 Chaplain's Witness [column]. The Legionary (Sons of Confederate Veterans, Lt. Gen. Wade Campton Camp No. 273, Columbia, South Carolina), (October):[unpaginated]. [Includes opinion of not accepting "such secular theories as the Grand Canyon's creation from the erosion of the Colorado River".]
Hughes, J. Donald

1964 2.3529 Spanish explorers of the Grand Canyon. Western Explorer, 3(1)(August):34-39. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1966 2.3530 Spanish explorers of the Grand Canyon, 1540-1821. Part II, Those who came after Coronado. Western Explorer, 4(January):7-9. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1967 2.3531 The story of man at Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Bulletin 14, 195 pp. [Hardbound and paperbound states. Superseded by Hughes (1978).] >Mon. 8: 7-9< FQ3:69 FQ9:291 FQ10:175A [1st], 175B [2nd printing, 1972] FQ11:204A [1st], 204B [2nd printing, 1972] FQ11B:102A, 102B FQ12:262A [1st], 262B [2nd printing, 1972] FQ13:247A, 247B [both 1st] FQ15:280A, 280B [both 1st] FQ17:208A, 208B [both 1st] Guidon 315

1978 2.3532 In the house of stone and light; a human history of the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, 137 pp. [Also later reprintings, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1997; the 1997 printing contains ¨2.3533 revised cover and minor unstated text correction.] >Mon. 8: 7-9< FQ4:79 FQ5:85 FQ10:176 FQ11:202 FQ12:261 FQ13:248A [1st], 248B [1991 printing] FQ13A:93 FQ15:279 [1997] FQ17:207 [1991]

1997 2.3533 In the house of stone and light; a human history of the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, 137 pp. [1997 printing contains revised cover and minor unstated text correction.]

2008 2.11664 John Muir and Gifford Pinchot at Grand Canyon. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Reflections of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 141-145. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)

2013 2.19702 The making of In the House of Stone and Light. In: Quartaroli, Richard D. (compiler, ed.), A rendezvous of Grand Canyon historians; ideas, arguments, and first-person accounts; proceedings of the Third Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 2012. Flagstaff, Arizona: Grand Canyon Historical Society, pp. 107-112.
Hughes, Jerry

2005 2.10563 [Email message.] From: Two emails and a photo; sent to an internet chat group upon mention of Fred's passing. In: Burke, Fred, Pitch 'til you win; Fred Burke in his own words. [No imprint], p. 81.

2013 2.18789 Whale and Snake. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(2)(Summer):18-19. [Curtis Hansen ("Whale") and Jerry Hughes ("Snake").]
Hughes, Mary Caroline; Frech, Fritz; Wrifinz (Dr.); Marchand, D.; Holhen, Sibney Wohrmann; Botpletz, A.; Credner, H.; Walther, Johannes; Credner, Rudolf; Ulrich, A.; Cadell, H. M.; Johnson, Willard D.; Harker, Alfred; Hughes, William Kerney; Streng, Aug.; Brannen, D. J.; Haynes, John R.; Berine, Georg V. J.; Plieninger, F.; Kayser [Dr.]; Diermer, Carl; Tolliez, H.; Broek, Ernest Vanden; Lohertsiege, Morz; Zittel, V.; Margerie, Emm. de; and Burgeart (Dr.)

1899 2.13871 [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., pp. 39-40. [5th International Geological Congress.]
Hughes, Robert

1997 2.3534 American visions; the epic history of art in America. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 635 pp. (see pp. 200-201).
Hughes, Samuel

2004 2.9866 Dentist of the purple sage. Pennsylvania Gazette, 102(4)(March-April):cover, 3, 34-39. [Zane Grey.]
Hughes, Tom

1938 2.19902 Mystery sea of the desert. Desert Magazine, 1(12)(October):22-23. [Regarding inundation of Salton Sink in 1891.] [Salton Sea.]

1943 2.22138 The hollow of God's hand; a million acres and 50,000 busy people are protected from the sea by a natural "dike" only 14 feet high in America's "Little Holland". Natural History, 51(1)(January):16-17. [Colorado River delta region and Salton Sea.]
Hughes, William

1908 2.13587 The advanced class-book of modern geography; physical--political--commercial. [London]: George Philip and Son, Ltd., London: The London Geographical Institute, and Liverpool: Philip, Son and Nephew, new and revised ed., 866 pp. + advertisements. [See "The Colorado Plateau", p. 598; and "The Colorado", p. 602.]
Hughes, William, and Williams, J. Francon

1892 2.19064 The advanced class-book of modern geography; physical--political--commercial. London and Liverpool: George Philip and Son, 818 pp. + advertisements. [See "The Colorado Plateau", p. 598; "The Colorado [River]", p. 602; "Arizona", p. 628.]
Hugues, Luigi

1903 2.15558 Cronologia delle scoperte e delle esplorazioni geografiche dall'anno 1492 a tutto il secolo XIX. Milano: Ulrico Hoepli, 487 [488], 64 pp. (Manuali Hoepli.) [See "1540-1542", pp. 55-56; "1721", p. 127; and, under "1869", notice of John Wesley Powell (as “colonnello POWELL”), p. 259.]
Huhn, Heinrich

1894 2.21362 Eine Turnfahrt nach dem Stillen Meer. Amerikanischer Turner-Kalender (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 15:27-45. [Grand Canyon, p. 30.]
Huisinga, Kristin

2009 2.12125 Kristin Huisinga, age 35. In: Guide Profiles [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(1)(Spring):10.
Hulbert, A. B.

1926 2.19823 The crown collection of American maps. Series 4. The American transcontinental trails, (6 volumes). Volume 6, The Santa Fe-California trail. [1926 ff.] >Mon. 8: 2-12<
Hull, Clinton R.

1948 2.21753 Our man-made lakes. Motor Boating, 81(1)(January):60-61, 166, 170. [Features "Lake Meade" [sic].]

1953 2.8220 Boat trip in Mojave Canyon. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 16(2)(February):11-15. [Downstream from Topock, Arizona.]
Hull, D. R.

1922 2.19295 Report of the Landscape Engineering Department. From: Appendix C. Reports of Officers in Charge of the National Parks and Monuments. In: Report of the Director of the National Park Service to the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1922 and the travel season 1922. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 157. [Includes, under the heading, "Work Completed or Underway": "Grand Canyon.-General scheme for community center and industrial area; administration building; superintendent's house, alteration; dwelling for assistant superintendent; clerks' quarters; dormitory; bathhouse and wood shed for dormitory; view finder for rim of canyon; Phantom Ranch (in canyon) consisting of kitchen and dining room and several cottages, all of native stone, the beginning of a splendid layout for travelrs to the river or North Rim country; Kolb Bros. studio alteration." (entire note)]
Hull, Frank, Jr.

1899 2.13896 [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. 62.

1899 2.14090 [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. 57.
Hull, Gregory

2009 2.12551 Gregory Hull; artist's statement. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Grand Canyon celebration of art; 2009 modern masters. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 16-17.
Hull, W. F.

1899 2.13866 [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. 37.
Hulot, Etienne

1888 2.14492 De l'Atlantique au Pacifique à travers le Canada et le nord des États-Unis. Paris: Plon, Nourrit et Cie., 339 pp.
Hulse, James W.

1991 2.8727 The Silver State; Nevada's heritage reinterpreted. Reno and Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press, 371 pp. (Nevada Studies in History and Political Science, No. 31.)

1998 2.19473 Introduction. In: Reid, Harry, Searchlight; the camp that didn't fail. Reno and Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press, pp. xxiii-xxix. [Searchlight, Nevada.]
Hulsey, Dallas

2005 2.12657 The iconography of nationalism: Icons, popular culture, and American nationalism. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University, 206 pp. (see p. 12).
Humbert, L.

1861 2.3535 Nouveau précis de géographie moderne. Vevey: J.-R. Bosshard, and Bruxelles: Auguste Schnée, 432 pp. (see p. 304). [Colorado River generally.]
Humboldt, Friedrich Alexander von [Humboldt, Alexander von]

1807 2.14402 Versuch über den politischen Zustand des Königreichs Neu-Spanien . . . . Zweiter Band. Tübingen: J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 278 pp. [Colorado River, see pp. 203, 205-206, 221-222, 267.] [N.B.: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1808 2.21363 Essai politique sur le royaume de la nouvelle Espagne. etc. etc. Monatliche Correspondenz zur Beförderung der Erd- und Himmels-Kunde (Gotha), 18(October):312-330. [Part of a serialized German translation from the Paris (1808) ed. Colorado River region, see p. 316.] [NOTE: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1808 2.21316 Tableaux de la nature, ou Considérations sur les déserts, sur la physionomie des végétaux, et sur les cataractes de l'Orénoque (J. B. B. Eyriès, translator). Tome premier. Paris: Chez F. Schoell, 240 pp. [Colorado River region, see pp. 34, 158-159.] [NOTE: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1808 2.21317 Ansichten der Natur; mit wissenschaftlichen Erläuterungen. Erster Band. Tübingen: J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 334 pp. [Colorado River region, see pp. 22, 188-119. [NOTE: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1810 2.14403 Ansichten der natur mit wissenschaftlichen Erläuterungen. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 336 pp. (Gesammelte Werker van Alexander von Humboldt. Elster Band.) [Colorado River, see pp. 27, 29, 36, 102.] [N.B.: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1811 2.15422 General considerations on the extent and physical aspect of the Kingdom of New Spain, from Baron de Humboldt's political essay on the Kingdom of New Spain. American Register, or General Repository of History, Politics and Science, 7:268-329. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 300-301, note; 322-323, note.]

1812 2.14617 Atlas geographique et physique du Royaum de la Nouvelle-Espagne, fondé sur des observations astronomiques, des mesures trigonométriques et des nivellemens barométriques. Paris: Chez G. Dufour et Cie. [In this edition, author given as "Al. de Humboldt".] [Also reprinted in facsimile, 1969.] [N.B.: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1814 2.15584 Political essay on the kingdom of New Spain. Containing researches relative to the geography of Mexico, the extent of its surface, and its political division into intendancies, the physical aspect of the country, the population, the state of agriculture and manufacturing and commercial industry, the canals projected between the South Sea and Atlantic Ocean, the Crown revenues, the quantity of the precious metals which have flowed from Mexico into Europe and Asia, since the discovery of the new continent, and the military defence of New Spain. By Alexander de Humbolt. With physical sections and maps, founded on astronomical observations, and trigonometrical and barometrical measurements. Translated from the original French by John Black. Vol. I. Second edition. London: for Longman, Hurst, cxlv, 289 pp. (see pp. lviii-lx, 71-72). [N.B.: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1830 2.13381 Essay on the possibility of effecting a navigable communication between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. In: A select cabinet of foreign voyages and travels; or, recent and interesting journals of eminent continental travellers. London: Treuttel and Würtz, Treuttel Jun. and Richter; and Henry Washbourne, pp. 379-416. [See pp. 385-386, notice of the Colorado River. In translation.] [N.B.: This is but one example of the writings of Baron von Humboldt, pertinent citations of which many may include brief notices of the Colorado River in various contexts, published in numerous editions and translations otherwise omitted in this bibliography for the sake of practicality considering that the Colorado River was never a principal object of discussion.]

1858 2.18299 Balduin Möllhausen. Allgemeine Zeitung, (249)(September 6):[unpaginated]. [Item signed, "A. v. H--t."] [Whipple expedition.]

1969 2.14618 Atlas geographique et physique du Royaum de la Nouvelle-Espagne. Vom Verfasser auch kurz benannt: Mexico-Atlas. Neudruck des 1811 in Paris erschienenen Werkes, vermehrt um die "Introduction géographique" des "Essai politique du Royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne", die jede Tafel des "Mexico-Atlasses" erläutert, sowie um seiben Karten des "Atlas géographique et physique des régions équinoxiales du Nouveau Continent" (Paris 1814 bis 1834) und eine Bildtafel aus den "Vues des Cordillères (Paris 1813), die Mexiko betreffen. Besorgt von Hanno Beck und Wilhelm Bonacker. Stuttgart: F. A. Brockhaus Komm.-Gesch. GmbH, Abt. Antiquarium, pp. 1-34, i-xcii; Plates Ia-c, 2-28. (Quellen und Forschung zur Geschichte der Geographie und der Reisen; Hanno Beck, ed. Volume 6.) [Facsimile reprinting.]
Hume, Edgar Erskine

1942 2.10418 Ornithologists of the United States Army Medical Corps; thirty-six biographies (foreword by Alexander Wetmore). Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Press, 583 pp. (John Hopkins University, Publications of the Institute of the History of Medicine, First Series: Monographs, Volume 1.) [See "Samuel Washington Woodhouse (1821-1904)", pp. 496-509; "John Xántus (1825-1894)", pp. 510-532.]
Hume, Greg

1997 2.3536 [Letter.] In: Forum [section]. National Geographic, 192(5)(November):[xxii]. [Letter commenting on previously published article, "Grand managed canyon" (National Geographic, 192(1)).]
Hummel, A.

1876 2.15393 Handbuch der Erdkunde. Ein Hausbuch des geographischen Wissens; Nach den neuesten und zuverlässigsten Quellen. Zweiter Band. Leipzig: F. M. Gebhardt’s Verlag (Leopold Gebhardt), pp. 625-1340. [Lower Colorado River region, see pp. 1147-1149; and “Die Territorien des Westens”, pp. 1197-1201.]
Humphrey, Zephine

1938 2.3537 Cactus forest. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 245 pp. (see pp. 215-222).
Humphreys, A. A.

1858 2.15437 [Preliminary report of the expedition to explore the Colorado River of the West by Lt. J. C. Ives, 1857-1858.] In: [Capt. Humphreys'] Annual report. Office of Explorations and Surveys, U.S. War Department, pp. 31-42. >Mon. 8: 2-13<

1858 2.15438 Report from the Office of Explorations and Surveys. From: Report of the Secretary of War. In: Buchanan, James, Message of the President of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the second session of the thirty-fifth Congress. U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 1, pp. 220-227. [See "Exploration of the Rio Colorado of the West", pp. 221-223.]

1869 2.13259 [Correspondence, June 24, 1868.] 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 X1, pp. 1191-1195. (Volume U.S. 40th Congress, 3rd Session, House Executive Document 1, Part 2, Volume 5, Serial 1368.) [Lower Colorado River.]
Humphreys, Joe

2003 2.9778 The river extended. In: Dear Eddy [letters section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(4)(Winter):2.
Hundhausen, J.

1905 2.13818 Eindrücke von einer Weltreise. (Fortsetzung.) Die Umschau (Frankfurt), 9(3)(January 14):44-49. [One installment of a series. Grand Canyon, see p. 44, in passing.]
Hungerford, Edward

1909 2.19215 Building a railroad--and rebuilding. Outing Magazine, 54(1)(April):2-17. [See p. 10, the erroneous note, regarding "Rio Grande engineers" in "the Grand Cañon of the Colorado" constructing a braced bridge parallel to the river. This actually refers to the rail line through the Royal Gorge along the Arkansas River in Colorado.]

1922 2.13684 Santa Fe--a study in consistent railroad advertising. Printers' Ink, 121(12)(December 21):53-54, 56, 61-62, 64.

1923 2.13733 A study in consistent railroad advertising; what twenty-seven years of advertising have accomplished for a great railroad system. Santa Fe Magazine, 17(4)(March):43-48.
Hunich, Ken

2010 2.21199 Ken at the Grand Canyon. ARSCE News (Association of Retired Seattle City Employees, Seattle, Washington), 38(2)(September/October):4.
Hunke, Naomi Ruth

1996 2.3539 Remember the wonders; a fifty year history of Grand Canyon Baptist Association. Franklin, Tennessee: Providence House Publishers, 224 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon First Baptist Church, but no index.]
Hunngate, Edward H.

2010 2.18884 Historic Rte. 66 (Ashfork to Topock). GWRRA--Arizona Chapter (Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Arizona District), (October):[unpaginated].
Hunt, Aurora

1950 2.3540 The Army of the Pacific; its operations in California, Texas, Arizona, etc., 1860-1866. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 455 pp.

1958 2.3541 Major General James Henry Carleton, 1814-1873; western frontier dragoon. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 390 pp. Guidon 318
Hunt, Caroline L.

1912 2.18355 The life of Ellen H. Richards. Boston: Whitcomb and Barrows, 328 [329] pp. [See letter (pp. 250-253), Richards to Mrs. Rogers, written from Grass Valley, California, July 3, 1885, noting a visit to the Grand Canyon (p. 251), although the specific locality is not indicated.]
Hunt, Charles B.

1953 2.3542 (with Paul Averitt and Ralph L. Miller) Geology and geography of the Henry Mountains region, Utah. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 228, 234 pp., 22 plates. (See particularly Introduction, pp. 3-5; Gilbert's field notes and itinerary, pp. 5-9; and History of settlement and development, pp. 13-21.)
Hunt, David C.

1998 2.3543 Artists of the western surveys. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, pp. 61-64.

1998 2.3544 Moran, Thomas. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, pp. 735-736.
Hunt, Rockwell Dennis, and Ament, William Sheffield

1929 2.3545 Oxcart to airplane. Los Angeles, San Francisco [etc.]: Powell Publishing Co., 458 pp. [Includes lower Colorado River.] Guidon 322
Hunter, Audrey Mac, and Henderson, Randall

1958 2.20691 Boom days in old La Paz. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 21(9)(September):19-21.
Hunter, Carolyn

1995 2.3546 Down the Great Unknown. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 8(2):16. [Actor Earll Kingston's one-man play of J. W. Powell.]
Hunter, Eva

2013 2.19447 A little Mormon girl; a memoir. San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico: The Author, 245 pp. [Title-page verso notes, "A memoir of the years 1953-1967 (with a short afterword) spent in Boulder City, Nev., and San Francisco, Calif."; also notes rights reserved by "publisher, St. Michael's Press".] NOTE: Contains material for mature audience (sexual situations and incest).]
Hunter, Milton R.

1939 2.16753 The Mormon corridor. Pacific Historical Review, 8(2)(June):179-200.

1939 2.10587 The Mormons and the Colorado River. American Historical Review, 44(3)(April):549-555.
Hunter, Tony

2012 2.21122 One on one with . . . Tony Hunter; for the Kinase King and River Rat, the challenges aren't just in the lab. Inside Salk (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California), (November):12-15. [Interview. Includes running the Colorado River in Grand Canyon.] [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Hunter, Z. M.

1960 2.3547 The story of the Colorado River. Chicago: A. J. Nystrom and Co., school ed., 64 pp. (American Geographical Society, Know Your America Program.) >Mon. 8: 1-27<

1964 2.3548 The story of the Colorado River. Chicago: A. J. Nystrom and Co., new ed., 64 pp.; American Geographical Society, Know Your America Program.) [See also Le Blanc, DeN. (1964).] >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hunting, Charles F.

1966 2.22280 On-the-spot broadcasts. The Good News (Radio Church of God, Pasadena, California), 15(9)(September):11-13. [See p. 11: "The first World Tomorrow on-the-spot broadcast was pioneered by Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong many years ago when he made a broadcast at the rim of the Grand Canyon with the wind whistling into the microphone." (entire note)]
Hunting, Dan

1994 2.3549 Old Shady. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 7(1)(Winter 1993/1994):10. [Walter Powell, and song of that name.]
Huntington, Ellsworth

1902 2.10597 Through the great canon of the Euphrates River. Geographical Journal, 20(2)(August):175-200 (see pp. 194-196).

1919 2.9083 The red man's continent; a chronicle of aboriginal America. New Haven: Yale University Press; Toronto: Glasgow, Brook and Co.; London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 183 pp. (see pp. 77, 82, 140, 142). [Part 1 in The New Continent; volume is Volume 1 of The Chronicles of America Series (Allen Johnson, ed.), Benjamin Franklin Edition. (Part 2 is Elizabethan sea dogs by William Wood, separately paginated.)]
Huntington, Tom

1993 2.3550 Grand Canyon hike. In: Arizona Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 69(10):50.
Huntoon, Peter

1999 2.3551 Kaibab stream caves--early exploration. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(2)(Spring):5-6.

2003 2.9785 The opening of Deer Creek and history of the Thunder River Trail. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(4)(Winter):20-26.

2007 2.11168 The opening of Deer Creek and the history of the Thunder River Trail [abstract]. In: 2007 History Symposium. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(1)(January/March):12.

2008 2.11671 The opening of Deer Creek and the history of the Thunder River Trail. Grand Canyon Association, Monograph 14, pp. 181-190. (2nd Grand Canyon History Symposium, January 25-28, 2007, Grand Canyon National Park.)
Hupke, Dave

2001 2.21124 The magical miracle tour. Reflections (Charles L. Sommers Alumni Association, Ely, Minnesota), 11(1)(Spring):6. [Plan for fund-raising journey across America on a motor scooter, benefiting the Children's Miracle Network; to begin and end at "the city of Grand Canyon".]
Hurd, B. F.

1922 2.18097 Over the southern route in 'sixteen; notes taken from log kept by B. F. Hurd on his first Transcontinental Trip. Motor Travel, 13(12)(March):5-12. [Grand Canyon, p. 10; Colorado River, crossing at Topock, pp. 9, 11.]
Hurd, Charles W.

1949 2.3552 The Fred Harvey system. Colorado Magazine, 26(3):176-183. FQ12:240 [number?]
Hurd, Harry Elmore

1941 2.12915 Autos were made for walkers. The Rotarian, (May):20-23.
[Hurley, Wilson]

1977 2.3553 Wilson Hurley: An exhibition of paintings. Kansas City, Missouri: Lowell Press, [88] pp. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Hursch, Carolyn J.

1996 2.3554 Mapping the Colorado. American History, 39(July/August):34-40, 58-60.
Huseman, Ben W.

1992 2.11932 Romanticism and the scientific aesthetic; Balduin Möllhausen's artistic development and the images of the Whipple Expedition. Master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 406 pp.

1995 2.3555 Wild river, timeless canyons; Balduin Möllhausen's watercolors of the Colorado. Fort Worth, Texas: Amon Carter Museum (distributed by University of Arizona Press, Tucson), 232 pp. FQ10:177 FQ10A:38 FQ11A:74 FQ12:263 FQ12B:100 FQ13:250 FQ13A:94 FQ15:282 FQ16:105 FQ17:210

2007 2.11626 Finding old friends and making new ones: Reflections of a cartographic artist. Fronteras, 16(1)(Spring):2-4.
Huser, Verne

1973 2.12204 Stone Canyon. Summit, 19(4)(May):8-10.

1975 2.3556 River running. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co.

1976 2.21424 Grand Canyon Easter. Down River, 3(4)(April):14-17. [Colorado River trip.]

1977 2.21421 Rafting's grand lady. Down River, 4(3)(April):16-17. [Georgie White.]

1979 2.3557 River running in the national parks of the West. National Parks and Conservation Magazine, 53(8):4-9. >Mon. 8: 1-27<

1984 2.16588 (ed.) River reflections; an anthology. Charlotte, North Carolina: East Woods Press, 268 pp.

1987 2.21432 Verne C. Huser: An interview. Wildwater, (Winter):32.

1988 2.16589 (ed.) River reflections; an anthology. Chester, Connecticut: Globe Pequot Press, 268 pp.

2005 2.16590 (ed.) River reflections; an anthology. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 273 pp.
Husinec, Andrea

2000 2.9671 America deserta: Grand Canyon. Priroda (Croatia), 90(5)(874). [In Croatian.]
Hustead, Jerry

2014 2.21163 Safety concern. In: Letters to the Editor [seciton]. Arizona Highways, 90(8)(August):4. [Author notes that his work as a firefighter in the North Kaibab section of the national forest inspired him to become a forester. Editor's title for letter pertains to author's comment about how in a previous issue a firefighter was posed with an axe.]
Hutchins, E. T.

1899 2.14048 [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.
Hutchins, W. R.

1929 2.9858 Hardships encountered in bridging the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, (May):15-16, 57. [Navajo Bridge.]
Hutchinson, Andy

2001 2.8114 Restoring Sandra. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(2)(Summer):43. [Nevills boat.]

2006 2.11050 Andy Hutchinson. In: Board bios. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(4)(Winter 2006-2007):7. [Biographical comment.]
Hutchinson, Charles F.

2000 2.9928 John Wesley Powell and the new West. Cosmos Journal, 2000:.
Hutchinson, H. N.

1892 2.3558 The cañons of Colorado [sic]. Knowledge, 15 [new series, 7](January 1):7-11, (February 1):29-33. >Mon. 8: 1-27< Goodman 931
Hutchinson, Melvin

1939 2.9120 Blue water canyon. In: The souvenir program; Southwest All-Indian Pow-Wow; 10th Annual Southwest All-Indian Pow-Wow, July 2, 3 and 4, 1939. Flagstaff, Arizona: Pow-Wow, Inc., pp. 22, 31. [Havasu Canyon.] [Cover title: Souvenir program; Southwest All Indian Pow Wow, July 2, 3, 4, 1939, Flagstaff, Arizona.]

1949 2.8358 Arizona's college in the pines; Arizona State College at Flagstaff observes fiftieth anniversary. Arizona Highways, 25(7):inside front cover, 1, 36-39.

1959 2.3559 Backpack adventure in remote Asbestos Canyon; J. Harvey Butchart followed the old map intothe ruggedness of Grand Canyon’s Granite Gorge--and it paid off handsomely in the adventure and satisfaction that comes form exploring forbidding terrain. (Map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 22(1)(January):19-21. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Hutchinson, Robert

1995 2.3560 Grand Canyon National Park; a photographic natural history (featuring the photography of Willard Clay, Carr Clifton, Kathleen Norris Cook, Jack W. Dykinga, Jeff Foott, Jeff Gnass, Fred Hirschmann, David Muench, Marc Muench, Steve Mulligan, William Neill, Randy A. Prentice, James Randklev, Tom Till, Larry Ulrich). San Francisco: BrownTrout Publishers, 127 pp. FQ10A:39A, 39B FQ11:205A, 205B FQ12:264A, 264B FQ13:251A, 251B FQ13A:95 FQ15:284 FQ17:211
Hutchinson, W. H.

1969 2.3561 California; two centuries of man, land, and growth in the Golden State. Palo Alto, California: American West Publishing Co., 351 pp. Guidon 323
Hutchinson, W. Z.

1904 2.15267 Preparedness is the secret of most successes. The Bee-Keepers' Review, 17(1)(January 10):16-17. [See p. 17: "I took my camera with me, made a picture of a small portion of the Grand Canyon, also of the car and the bee-keepers who made the trip in it across the continent." (entire note of pertinence) Santa Fe Railway trip to the National Association meeting in Los Angeles.]
Hutchison, Ann

1934 2.3562 Adventuring on desert roads. San Francisco: Harr Wagner Publishing Co., 153 pp. [See Chapter 9, “The Grand Canyon in Arizona”, pp. 105-121.] >Mon. 8: page 1-27\<
Hutchison, J. S.; Hutchison, K. T.; Hutchison, E. C.; Hutchison, Lincoln; and Hutchison, James S.

1899 2.13922 [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. 73.
Huth, H.

1957 2.3563 Nature and the American; three centuries of changing attitudes. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 250 pp. (see pp. 153, 161, 181 ff.). >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hutton, Laura

2011 2.22436 The art of Hoover Dam. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (December):.

2012 2.22447 Boulder City schools. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (January):.

2012 2.22448 Southern California Edison and the Hoover Dam. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (February):.

2012 2.22449 31'er heirloom hollyhocks. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (March):. [31'ers Educational Outreach Team.]

2012 2.22450 Silver Spike Ceremony. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (April):.

2012 2.22451 Dogs of the dam. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (May):. [Hoover Dam.]

2012 2.22452 American Association of University Women. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (June):. [AAUW Boulder City Branch.]

2012 2.22453 Life in the Ragtown. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (July):.

2012 2.22454 It's not that hot! Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (August):.

2012 2.22455 Repealing Prohibition. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (September):.

2012 2.22456 Oral history. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (October):. [From an oral history interview conducted by Doris Woodruff with Helen French Ide, October 12, 1990.]

2012 2.22458 Christmas in Boulder City: Then and now. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (December):.

2013 2.22459 620 1/2 Arizona Street. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (January):.

2013 2.22460 Lingo and ballads from those dam workers. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (February):.

2013 2.22461 John Weston, "smart guy". Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (March):.

2013 2.22462 Hoover Dam's 50th anniversary celebration. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (April):.

2013 2.22463 The IWW vs. Frank Crowe. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (August):. [Industrial Workers of the World.]

2013 2.22464 Wile Nevada. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (September):. [Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum Third Thursday programs.]

2013 2.22465 Mysterious mural. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (October):. [Boulder Dam Hotel photograph as wall mural. "The Inauguration of TWA service to Boulder City Airport on April 3, 1938."]

2013 2.22466 New buildings for the Boulder Canyon Project Reservation. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (November):.

2013 2.22467 80th anniversary of the Boulder Dam Hotel. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (December):cover, ____.

2014 2.22485 Oral history. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (February):. [Promotional piece relating to the oral history program of the Boulder City Museum and Historical Association.]

2014 2.22486 The Reclamation era. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (March):. [U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in Boulder City.]

2014 2.22487 SNAP Cultural Resources Team Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (April):. [Southern Nevada Agency Partnership.]

2014 2.22488 Boulder City's suburb. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (May):. ["McKeeversville" and "Lakeview".]

2014 2.22489 Happy Fourth of July, Boulder City! Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (July):.
Hutton, N. H.

1859 2.19118 Report of N. H. Hutton, engineer, to James B. Leach, superintendent. From: Leach, James B., Report of Superintendent James B. Leach upon the El Paso and Fort Yuma wagon road, constructed under the direction of the Department of the Interior, 1857-'58. In: Report of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating Reports upon the Pacific wagon roads constructed under the direction of that department. U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 36, pp. 77-93.

1859 2.19119 Memoranda for emigrants. From: Leach, James B., Report of Superintendent James B. Leach upon the El Paso and Fort Yuma wagon road, constructed under the direction of the Department of the Interior, 1857-'58. In: Report of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating Reports upon the Pacific wagon roads constructed under the direction of that department. U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 36, pp. 98-99.
Hutton, Paul Andrew

2006 2.18338 Foreword. In: Lesley, Lewis Burt (ed.), Uncle Sam's camels; the journal of May Humphreys Stacey, supplemented by the report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale (1857-1858) (foreword by Paul Andrew Hutton). San Marino, California: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, pp. i-xiii. [Foreword to the facsimile reprinting of Lesley (1929).]

2007 2.22062 Camels go West; in the 1850s, the U.S. Army would walk for more than a mile for a camel, but the grand experiment with both the one hump and two hump varieties in the American Southwest was short-lived, and the imported beasts were hung out to dry. Wild West, 20(4)(December):40-.
Huxford, Andrew

2014 2.22476 Bicycling Boulder City. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (February):cover, ____.
Huxley, Anthony

1962 2.3564 (ed.) Standard encyclopedia of the world's mountains. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 383 pp. (see pp. 116-117). >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Huyck, C. L.

1920 2.19679 Electrical meals in the High Sierras. Western Electric News (Western Electric Co., New York), 9(4)(June):9. ["Immediate fame was the lot of the Yosemite Valley, which is now bracketed with Niagara and the Grand Canyon in a matchless scenic trinity." (entire note)]
Hyatt, Alpheus

1868 2.14074 The chasms of the Colorado. The Friend (Philadelphia), 42(5)("Seventh-Day, Ninth Month 26" [Saturday, September 26]):33-34. ("From 'The American Naturalist.'")

1868 2.14753 The chasms of the Colorado. St. Louis Medical Reporter, 3(16)(November 1):526-533. [From American Naturalist, "with some additions".]

1868 2.3565 The chasms of the Colorado. American Naturalist, 2:359-365. >Mon. 8: pages 1-27, 3-49\ < Goodman 862

1869 2.14484 The chasms of the Colorado. In: Shuck, Oscar T. (compiler), The California scrap-book: a repository of useful information and select reading. San Francisco and New York: H. H. Bancroft and Co., pp. 570-572, 2 plates.
Hyblensi, Ioanne Baptista Nicolosio

1670 2.17376 Hercvles sicvlvs sive stvdivm geographicvm. Tomvs Primvs, cujus argumentum sequens pagina explanat. Romae: Michaelis Herculis, 371, [45] pp. [See "Avdientia Novae Galleciae; Avdiencia de la Nveva Galicia", pp. 349-350; specifically, p. 350, "Fluvius, seu Rio del Tison", in passing; and "Cibola".] [Hercules siculus sive studium geographicum.]
Hyde, Anne F.

1998 2.3566 Tourist travel. In: Lamar, Howard R. (ed.), The new encyclopedia of the American West. New Haven, Connecticut, and London: Yale University Press, pp. 1117-1119. [Grand Canyon's El Tovar mentioned in passing, p. 1118.]
Hyde, Charles Cheney

1912 2.16763 Notes on rivers as boundaries. American Journal of International Law, 6(4)(October):901-909.
Hyde, James

2008 2.11507 [Comments.] In: Postcards from the Canyon [section]. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 6 (Spring): 8-9.
Hyde, Philip

1957 2.3567 Through the Grand Canyon by boat. National Parks Magazine, 31(129)(April-June):64-69, 81. >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hyde, Philip, and Jett, Stephen C.

1967 2.3568 Navajo wildlands: "As long as the rivers shall run". San Francisco: Sierra Club Exhibit Format Series, no. 14, 160 pp., map. >Mon. 8: 1-27<

1969 2.3569 Navajo wildlands: "As long as the rivers shall run". New York: Sierra Club-Ballantine Books, revised ed. >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Hyer, Charlotte

2002 2.9015 [Letter inquiring about Harvey Girls Hertha and Clara Marquardt.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(8):2.
Hylands, Nicole

2008 2.22380 Bootleg Canyon Flightlines. Boulder City Magazine (Boulder City, Nevada), (May):cover, ____. [Entertainment venue.]
Hylton, Teresa "TDawg"

2013 2.18370 Riverboarding Grand Canyon. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 26(1)(Spring):16-17.
Hyslop, James H.

1909 2.14684 Experiments with private parties. American Society for Psychical Research, Journal, 3(9)(September):533-544. [See p. 538, passing notice of "mediumistic phenomena" (term from p. 533) in boys' uttering of "notes, sounds and words" like those of Indian "dance and singing", the boys having "never seen an Indian dance and had no known opportunity to determine its nature otherwise." Author interjects, "I witnessed such a performance two years ago and again this summer at the Grand Canyon."]
Ickes, Anna Wilmarth

1933 2.3570 Mesa land; the history and romance of the American Southwest. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 235 pp. Guidon 324
Iglesias i Valls, Marina

2008 2.21138 (editorial direction) La indústria del reciclatge. La industria del reciclaje. (Henar Morera i Velázquez, translator.) AZ Magazine (Barcelona), (5)[2008/2009]:[entire issue]. [See pp. 14-15, "Biblioteca de Dia Discoteca de Nit. Biblioteca de Día Discoteca de Noche." Parallel texts in Catalan and Spanish. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Ikenberry, Donna

1997 2.11557 Happy trails: Hiking the depths of the Grand Canyon at Cheyava Falls. American Fitness, 15(2):40-43.

2006 2.12259 Hiking the Canyon, clearing the mind. RV Life, (June):12-14.

2006 2.10784 Mesmerizing waterfalls. RV Journal, 14(2)(Summer):cover, 1, 10-12. [Havasu Creek.]
Ildefonso, Therese A., and Schultz, Judith S.

1988 2.22500 Introduction. In: "That Exceptional One": Women in American architecture 1888-1988. [No place]: American Architectural Foundation, pp. 9-25. [Traveling exhibition, 1988-1991, "organized and circulated by the American Architectural foundation and the AIA women in Architecture Committee".] [See pp. 18, 20, Mary Colter and Grand Canyon.]
Ilif, Ilia, and Petrov, Eugene

1937 2.8115 Little golden America; two famous Soviet humoists survey these United States (translated by Charles Malamuth, illustrated by Georg Hartmann). New York and Toronto: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 387 pp. [Author names Anglicized. Translation of Odnoetazhnaya Amerika (One-storied America).]

1944 2.8116 Little golden America; two famous Soviet humourists survey the United States. London: G. Routledge and Sons, Ltd., 296 pp. (See "Grand Canyon", pp. 162-167; "On the Crest of the Dam", pp. 181-186 [Boulder Dam].) [Author names Anglicized. Translation of Odnoetazhnaya Amerika (One-storied America).]

1974 2.8117 Little golden America; two famous Soviet humorists survey these United States. New York: Arno Press, 387 pp. [Reprinting of the Farrar and Rinehart ed. (1937).]
Ilif, Ilia, and Petrov, Evgenii

1937 2.8118 Odnoetazhnaia Amerika. [One-storied America.] [U.S.S.R.:] __________, 405 pp. [In Russian.]

1944 2.12288 América de un piso (translated by Siama Tvishor). Buenos Aires: Cronos, 317 pp. [Translation of Odnoetazhnaia Amerika.]

1947 2.8119 Odnoetazhnaia Amerika. [One-storied America.] [U.S.S.R.:] __________, 405 pp. [In Russian.]

1966 2.12289 Odnoetazhnaia Amerika. [One-storied America.] [Kaliningrad:] Kaliningradskoe Knizhnoe izd-vo, 346 pp. [In Russian.]

2003 2.12290 Odnoetazhnaia Amerika. [One-storied America.] Moskva: "Tekst", 508 pp. [In Russian.]
Ilif, Ilia, and Petrov, Evgenii [Il'f, Il'ia, and Petrov, Evgenii]

1936 2.16837 Odnoetazhnaia Amerika. Znamia, 1936(10):3-187, (11):3-116. [In Russian.]

1936 2.16838 Amerikanski fotografii. Ogonek, 1936(11):2-6, (12):5-9, (13):10-14, (14):10-13, (15):13-17; (16):9-13, (17):11-15, (19/20):18-22, (21):13-17, (22):14-17, (23):5-9. [In Russian.] [Not seen; not all pertain to this bibliography.]

2007 2.16839 Ilf and Petrov's American road trip; the 1935 travelogue of two Soviet writers (Erika Wolf, ed.; with texts by Aleksandr Rodchenko and Aleksandra Ilf, Anne O. Fisher, translator). Brooklyn, New York: Cabinet Books, and New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 158 pp.
Imray, James F.

1870 2.18300 North Pacific pilot: Part I. Sailing directions for the west coast of North America, between Panama and Queen Charlotte Islands. London: James Imray and Son, 2nd ed. [Sailing directions, "Addenda to March 1st, 1869." See "River Colorado", pp. 2-3. See also vicinity of mouth of Colorado River, pp. 113-114, "River Colorado", pp. 114-117. And see in "Appendix": "River Colorado", pp. 369-370.]
Imus, Don, and Imus, Fred

1997 2.3571 Two guys, Four Corners; great photographs, great times, and a million laughs. New York: Villard, 116 pp. (see pp. 28-29, 103).
Industrial Commission of Utah

1920 2.19747 Report of the Industrial Commisison of Utah; period July 1, 1918, to June 30, 1920. Kaysville, Utah: Inland Printing Co., 473 pp. [See "Kane County", pp. 377-380, which includes highway construction through the Kaibab forest to the North Rim of Grand Canyon.]
Ingalls, Kim

2008 2.12654 [Brief notice of family rim-to-rim hike.] Tulip City Conglomerate (Tulip City Gem and Mineral Club Bulletin, Holland, Michigan), 40(11)(November):6. [Excerpt from South Haven Tribune, October 28, 2007.]
Ingalls, Rufus

1867 2.16304 General Ingalls's inspection report. Letter from the Secretary of War, in answer to A resolution of the House of February 27, transmitting report of General Ingalls's inspection made in 1866. U.S. 39th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 111, 25 pp. [Regarding inspection tour across the continent by Brevet Major General Rufus Ingalls, Assistant Quartermaster General, returning by way of the Gulf of California. Report, pp. 2-12; with accompanying documents, pp. 13-25. See particularly letter from Ingalls to Maj. Gen. Irvin McDowell, November 7, 1866, regarding the inspection at Fort Yuma, pp. 12-16.]
Ingersoll, Ernest

1883 2.19443 Knocking 'round the Rockies. New York: Harper and Brothers, 220 pp. + advertisements. [See p. 109, regarding the drainages of the Continental Divide: ". . . the Las Animas is one of the strongest tributaries of the Rio San Juan, and that of the Rio Colorado, which forces its way to the Gulf of California through the tremendous cañons that Major John W. Powell has made us all familiar with." And see p. 144, regarding the names of rivers: "The largest rivers on the Western Slope, draining all these mountains, are simply the Green, Blue, White, Snake, and Grand; and the great artery they go to swell is only the Red river--Rio Colorado [sic]."]

1884 2.19506 Camels in America and Spain. Friends' Intelligencer (Philadelphia), 41(14)(Fifth Month 17 [May 17]:223. [Credited to "Ernest Ingersoll, in Chicago Current."]

1884 2.13574 Memoranda of a naturalist. III. The Current (Chicago), 1(24)(May 31):374. [Begins with a defense of the writing style of C. E. Dutton in his "Geology of the Grand Cañon District".]

1885 2.3572 Crest of the continent. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley and Sons, 344 pp. (see pp. 303-311). [N.B.: Many "editions"; e.g., 36th, 1888; 38th, 1890.] >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Ingersoll, Scott

1986 2.3573 (ed.) Northern Arizona visitor's guide (premier issue). Ingersoll/Bosse Associates (see pp. 12-26). >Mon. 8: 1-27<
Ingersoll/Bosse Associates, Inc.

1998 2.3574 Northern Arizona guide; 1998-99 edition. Flagstaff, Arizona: Ingersoll/Bosse Associates, Inc., 24 pp. [including wraps].
Ingram, Helen

1998 2.3575 Place humanists at the headgates. In: Rothman, Hal K. (ed.), Reopening the American West. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 155-167.
Ingram, Helen M.; Scaff, Lawrence A.; and Silko, Leslie

1986 2.3576 Replacing confusion with equity: Alternatives for water policy in the Colorado River Basin. In: Weatherford, Gary D., and Brown, F. Lee (eds.), New courses for the Colorado River; major issues for the next century. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp. 177-199. [Based on proceedings of the Colorado River Working Symposium, Bishop's Lodge, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 23-26, 1983.]
Ingram, Luella Prince

1967 2.21958 George Ingram. From: Overton [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 190-191.

1967 2.21930 Five generations who lived in St. Thomas. From: First Pioneers 1865-1871 [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 51-53.
Ingram, Tolbert R.

1927 2.14851 Utah gives up its liquid gold. The Rig and Reel Magazine (Parkersburg, West Virginia), (September):3-4, 14. [An oil-drillers' magazine. See p. 3, "A few miles to the southwest of Moab the muddy [Colorado] river cuts through a canon wall which marks the beginning of the Grand Canon of the Colorado." Also pp. 4, 14: "In the spring of 1921, the inhabitants of the little down of Green River, Utah, were enthused upon learning that some eastern men with visions had decided to establish an airplane service from that point down the Colorado River, over the rim of the Grand Canon and into Arizona for the benefit of tourists who might desire to see one of the greatest wonders of the world from the skies." A ruse to stake oil claims in "no-man's land". Article continued [not seen].]
Inkersly, Arthur [Inkersley, Arthur]

1903 2.3577 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Overland Monthly, new series, 41(6)(June):423-432. >Mon. 8: page 1-27<

1908 2.12952 The empire on the Pacific. Bay View Magazine, 15(7)(April):421-442 (see pp. 422-423).
Inman, Henry, and Cody, William F. "Buffalo Bill"

1898 2.21727 The Great Salt Lake Trail. New York: The Macmillan Co., and London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 529 pp. [See p. 41; John D. Lee at Lees Ferry.]

1899 2.13746 The Great Salt Lake Trail. Topeka, Kansas: Crane and Co., 529 pp. [See p. 141; John D. Lee at Lees Ferry.]
Inness, George, Jr.

1920 2.7350 Random thoughts. "Privately Printed", 139 pp. (See chapter, "The Grand Cañon", pp. 40-44.)
Inskip, Eleanor

1995 2.3578 (ed.) The Colorado River through Glen Canyon before Lake Powell; historic photo journal 1872 to 1964. Moab, Utah: Inskip Ink, and Page, Arizona: Glen Canyon Natural History Association, 95 pp. [Includes Lees Ferry. Limited ed. of 1,200, silk bound, hand-tied; and a trade ed.] FQ11:209 FQ12:268 FQ12A:127A [limited ed.], 127B [trade ed.] FQ12B:101A [limited ed.], 101B [trade ed.] FQ13:254 [trade ed.] FQ13A:97A [limited ed.], 97B [trade ed.] FQ14:77 [limited ed.] FQ15:287A [limited ed.], 287B [trade ed.] FQ16:107 [trade ed.] FQ17:214A [limited ed.], 214B [trade ed.]
International Association of Ticket Agents

1914 2.13330 The 18th Convention; Grand Canyon, Arizona. March 11-13, 1914. International Railway Journal, 21(11)(February):5, 7, (12)(March):7, 9, 12. [Itinerary, agenda, etc.]

1914 2.13331 Proceedings of the 18th Sesqui-annual Convention, Grand Canyon, Arizona, March 11, 12, 13, 14. International Railway Journal, 22(2)(May):6, 8; (3)(June):6, 8; (4)(July):6, 8; (5)(August):6, 10; (6)(September):6, 11; (7)(October):6-7; (8)(November):6, 11; (9)(December):6-7 [continued in 1915].

1915 2.13332 Proceedings of the 18th Sesqui-annual Convention, Grand Canyon, Arizona, March 11, 12, 13, 14. International Railway Journal, [continued from 1914] 22(10)(January):6; (11)(February); (12)(March):6; 23(1)(April):6; (2)(May):5; (3)(June); (4)(July); (5)(August):6; (6)(September):6; (7)(October):6; (8)(November).
International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Secretariat of

1975 2.3579 (compiler, with International Commission on National Parks) World directory of national parks and other protected areas. Morges, Switzerland: IUCN, loose-leaf, separately enumerated sections (see Grand Canyon National Park, UNI(3).2.5, [2] pp.). >Mon. 8: 12-9 to 12-10<
Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners

1912 2.12853 Twenty-fourth annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners for the year ending December 4, 1911; State of Iowa. Des Moines: Emory M. English, State Printer, 759 pp. [See in table, "Wells Fargo & Company, Express. Mileage Covered.", p. 316, "Williams, Ariz. [to] Grand Canyon, Ariz. 68.80 [miles]" (entire item).]
Irby, Alfred (Mrs.)

1917 2.19381 Pathfinders of '49. Overland Monthly, 69(2)(February):171-174. [First overland trip from Texas to California,under Benjamin F. Irby in 1849. Includes note of crossing the Colorado River (pp. 171-172).]
Irish, Marian D.

1958 2.10658 The organization man in the presidency. Journal of Politics, 20(2)(May):259-277 (see pp. 264-265). [Howard Pyle, Grand Canyon Easter Sunrise Service, in passing.]
Irwin, Mark

1994 2.3580 Grand Canyon. Shenandoah, 44(1)(Spring):64-65.
Isham, Samuel

1913 2.15527 American landscape painters. The Mentor, 1(26)(August 11):.
Israel, Fred L.

2000 2.7250 Grand Canyon experiences. In: Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., and Israel, Fred L. (eds.), Grand Canyon experiences; chronicles from National Geographic. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, pp. ix-x.
Israel, Jay

2007 2.11251 Something grand. In: Dear Editor [section]. Arizona Highways, 83(10):2.
Istel, Jacques-André

2010 2.18778 History of Arizona engraved in granite. Felicity, California: Bluebird Press of the Museum of History in Granite, 52 pp. [printed pagination sequence includes wraps].
Isvaran-Pandit, Gauri

2006 2.12103 "Arizona, . . . It's obvious! Everyone heads for the West . . ." Club News (Deutsch-Amerikanischen und Internationalen Frauenclubs Kaiserslautern / German American and International Women's Club Kaiserslauter, Kaiserslautern, Germany), 50(6)(June):3. [English text; also see parallel text in German by Theresa Küntzler. Ellipses are part of title.]
Iszler, Robin

2003 2.12743 A grand vacation. Hot Spots (North Dakota Appaloosa Horse Club), (October):[2]. [Mule trip.]
Ito, Yacco

1966 2.7465 Such a friendly country. Schwyz, Switzerland: Sumax Private Publications (see pp. 19-21, 174). [Yacco Ito diary.]
ITT Visual Information Solutions

2008 2.20542 IDL tutorial; contours and surfaces. Boulder, Colorado: ITT Visual Information Solutions. [Interactive Data Language.] [Includes DEM (Digital Elevation Model) for Grand Canyon.]
Iverson, Peter

1997 2.3581 Barry Goldwater; native Arizonan. Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 267 pp. (The Oklahoma Western Biographies, Volume 15.)
Ives, Halsey C.

1893 2.16670 (Chief) World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; Official catalogue. Part X. Art galleries and annexes. Department K. Fine arts; painting, sculpture, architecture, decoration (Department of Publicity and Promotion, ed., M. P. Handy, Chief). Chicago: W. B. Conkey Co., Publishers to the World's Columbian Exposition, 141 pp. [See p. 15, under "Paintings in Oil", "284. The Inner Gorge of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado" by Samuel Colman, Newport.]

1893 2.21568 (Chief) World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; Official catalogue. Part X. Department K. Fine arts (Department of Publicity and Promotion, ed., M. P. Handy, Chief). Chicago: W. B. Gonkey Co. [sic, W. B. Conkey Co.], Publishers to the World's Columbian Exposition. [See p. 16, under "Paintings in Oil", "284. The Inner Gorge of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado" by Samuel Colman, Newport.] [Variant.]
Ives, Joseph C.

1858 2.3582 Colorado exploring expedition. In: Humphreys, A. A., Report on explorations and surveys. U.S. 35th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Executive Document 1, Serial 975, pp. 608-619. [N.B.: Pestana (1972 [Item no. 1.104], p. 70) cites this as "Preliminary report of the Colorado exploring expedition." The title as cited herein is as printed on the document. This report was also reprinted in New York Times, December 27, 1858, p. 3.] [Also released as a separate, 12 pp. (Cited in Miscellaneous Intelligence [section], American Journal of Science and Arts, Series 2, 27(80)(March 1859):304: “Lieut. J. C. Ives: Colorado Exploring Expedition, Preliminary Report to Captain A. A. Humphreys, Topograph. Engineers. 12 pp. 8vo.” (entire note)]

1859 2.3583 The Colorado expedition. The Colorado of the West and the country bordering it--the Grand Canon. American Geographical and Statistical Society, Journal, 1(2)(February):41-45. [Without by-line. This is a quotation of most of Ives' (1858) report, with an unsigned one-paragraph introduction. Spamer (1997) indicates that this is the first use of the appellation "Grand Canyon" anywhere in print, although the author of the revised title is unknown.] >Mon. 8: 1-27< Goodman 856

1859 2.14825 The Colorado exploring expedition. The Friend (Philadelphia), 32(18)("Seventh-day, First month 8, 1859" [Saturday, January 8]):142-143, (19)("Seventh-day, First month 15" [Saturday, January 15]):149. [Without by-line. This is a quotation of part of Ives' (1858) report, with an unsigned one-paragraph introduction.]

1861 2.3585 [Variant] Report upon the Colorado River of the West explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps of Topographical Engineers, under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys, A. A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, in charge. U.S. 30th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Executive Document [unnumbered]. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 5 parts and four appendices in 1 volume, maps loose in front pocket.

1861 2.3584 Report upon the Colorado River of the West explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Corps of Topographical Engineers, under the direction of the Office of Explorations and Surveys, A. A. Humphreys, Captain Topographical Engineers, in charge. U.S. 30th Congress, 1st Session, House Document 90, Serial 1058. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 5 parts and four appendices in 1 volume, maps loose in front pocket. Parts and appendices paginated as follows: title-page, p. [1]; resolution of the U.S. Senate regarding printing information, attested by Asbury Dickins, Secretary, p. [2]; letter of transmittal from John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, p. [3]; letter of transmittal from Ives, pp. [5]-6; Part 1, "General Report", by Ives, pp. [9]-131; Part 2, "Hydrographic Report", pp. 1-14; Part 3, "Geological Report", by J. S. Newberry, pp. 1-154; Part 4, "Botany", by "Professors [Asa] Gray, [John] Torrey, [George] Thurber, and Dr [George] Engelmann", pp. 1-30; Part 5, "Zoology", by S. F. Baird, pp. 1-31 (specifically only "List of Birds Collected on the Colorado Expedition"); Appendices cover sheet, p. [1]; Appendix A, "Remarks upon the Astronomical Observations", by G. P. Bond, pp. 3-4, "Remarks upon the Barometric Observations", pp. 4-5; Appendix B, "List of Camps, with Distances, Latitudes and Longitudes, Altitudes, etc.", pp. 6-8; Appendix C, "Barometric and Meteorological Observations", pp. 9-31; Appendix D, "Remarks upon the Construction of the Maps", p. 33; "Map No. 1, Rio Colorado of the West", drawn by Frhr. F. W. v. Egloffstein, scale 1:760,320, shaded relief (from mouth of Colorado River to head of navigation); "Map No. 2, Rio Colorado of the West", drawn by Frhr. F. W. v. Egloffstein, scale 1:760,320, shaded relief (from head of navigation to Fort Defiance). [Also see Crosby, A. L. (1965).] [The same report was also released as ¨2.3585 Senate Executive Document [unnumbered]; most surviving copies seem to be the unnumbered Senate printing.] >Mon. 8: 1-27 to 1-28< Farquhar 21 FQ8:206 FQ10:180A, 180B FQ11:210A, 210B FQ11A:76 FQ11B:105 FQ12:269A, 269B FQ13:255 FQ15:288 FQ17:216 Guidon 333, 334 Howes I92 Wagner-Camp 375

1969 2.3586 Report upon the Colorado River of the West. New York: Da Capo Press, 5 parts and appendices in 1 volume; pagination exactly as 1861 volume with [v] pp. preceding. (The American Scene Comment and Commentaries, Wallace D. Farnham, general ed.; A Da Capo Press Reprint Series.) [Facsimile reprinting of Ives (1861), Senate Executive Document variant, including colored plates, but fold-outs and maps are reduced in size.] FQ9:299 FQ9A:45 FQ10:180C FQ13A:98 Guidon 335

1978 2.3587 Mojave Valley to Big Cañon. In: Babbitt, Bruce (compiler), Grand Canyon: An anthology. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, pp. 14-19. [From Ives (1861).]

1999 2.3588 Profitless locality. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(1)(Winter 1998-1999):48. [Excerpt from Ives (1861), with anonymous introductory paragraph.]

2002 2.9257 Digital archive--Report upon the Colorado River of the West explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives, Geological Report with maps by John S. Newberry (Kevin C. McKinney, ed.). U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 02-25, CD-ROM.

2004 2.11925 More monsters; a steamboat on the Colorado (1858). In: Wild, Peter (ed.), True tales of the Mojave Desert; from talking rocks to Yucca Man. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Center for American Places. (Center Books on the American West.)

2011 2.15778 Mojave Valley to Big Canyon. In: Newman, Lance (ed.) The Grand Canyon reader. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, pp. 190-197. [Reprinted from Report on the Colorado River of the West (Ives, 1861).]
Ives, Ronald L.

1936 2.11032 Melchior Díaz--the forgotten explorer. Hispanic American Historical Review, 16(1)(February):86-90. [Also see comment by Carl Sauer, 17(1):146-149 (1937), and reply by Ives, 17(1):149.]

1936 2.11033 [Reply to comment by Carl Sauer, regarding Ives, "Melchior Díaz--the forgotten explorer".] Hispanic American Historical Review, 17(1)(February):149.]

1953 2.17799 "California no es ysla . . . ." American Catholic Historical Society, Records, (December):189-199. [Ellipsis is part of title.]

1960 2.17800 Navigation methods of Eusebio Francisco Kino, S. J. Journal of the Southwest, 2(3)(Autumn):213-243.

1961 2.3590 The quest of the blue shells. Arizoniana, 1(1)(Spring):3-7.

1966 2.3591 Retracing the route of the Fages expedition of 1781. Arizona and the West, 8(1):49-70, (2):157-170.

1976 2.3592 Bert Loper--the last chapter. Journal of Arizona History, 17(1):49-54. >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Ivey, James E.; Rhodes, Diane Lee; and Sanchez, Joseph P.

1991 2.18035 The Coronado expedition of 1540-1542; a special history report prepared for the Cononado Trail study. [No place]: U.S. National Park Service, 154 pp., 5 map sheets.
Ivins, Anthony W.

1924 2.15497 Traveling over forgotten trails. Improvement Era, 27:1017-1025.

1928 2.10324 Address of Mr. Anthony W. Ivins at the dedication of the Union Pacific's Grand Canyon Lodge at the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona, September 15, 1928. [No place]: [Union Pacific System], 16 pp.

1929 2.3593 Early days of canyon country told by noted pioneer. Arizona Highways, 5(May):21-23.

1929 2.3594 Events of early days in Canyon Country. Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, 20:115-122. >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1935 2.10388 An address delivered by President Anthony W. Ivins upon completion of the Union Pacific Lodge at Grand Canyon, Utah [sic]. Salt Lake City: Union Pacific System, 16 pp. (Printed by The Seagull Press.)

1952 2.3595 A mystery of the Grand Canyon solved. In: Nibley, Preston (compiler), Pioneer stories; compiled under the direction of the Presiding Bishopric for the Youth of the Church. Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, pp. 199-210. [Dunn-Howlands killings.]
J. Otto [firm]

1888 2.15579 Ottu Slovn237;k naucný. Illustrovaná encyklopædie obecných vedomostí. První Díl. A-Alpy. Praze: J. Otto, 970 [972] pp. [In Czech. See "de Alarcon", pp. 683-684.] [Not all diacritical marks display online.]
Jacka, Daniel

2012 2.16399 Oh, give me a home. In: The Journal [section]. Arizona Highways, 88(1)(January):15. [Brief note of bison at Raymond Wildlife Area, east of Flastaff, and at House Rock Wildlife Area.]
Jacka, Lois, and Jacka, Jerry

1990 2.3596 Canyon magic. Arizona Highways, 66(4):10-15, outside back cover. >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Jacks, L. P.

1933 2.7710 My American friends. New York: Macmillan Co., 263 pp. (See Chapter 7, "The Grand Canyon of Arizona", pp. 126-131, "From my wife's diary.") FQ17:217
Jackson, Bart

1979 2.3597 White water; running the wild rivers of North America. New York: Walker and Co., 128 pp. (A Walker Gallery Book.)
Jackson, Clarence S.

no date 2.3599 Picture maker of the Old West; William H. Jackson. New York: Bonanza Books, 308 pp. FQ13:256B

1947 2.3598 Picture maker of the Old West; William H. Jackson. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, and London: Charles Scribner's Sons, Ltd., 308 pp. (see p. 301). FQ13:256A
Jackson, Clay

1999 2.3600 Pedaling in the parks. National Parks, 73(3-4)(March/April):34-36.
Jackson, Donald C.

no date 2.12371 Great American bridges and dams (foreword by David McCullogh). New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Toronto, and Singapore: Preservation Press, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 358 pp. (Great American Places Series. A National Trust Guide.) [Ca. 2005; a digital reprinting, facsimile of 1988 ed. indicating that date.]

1988 2.12370 Great American bridges and dams (foreword by David McCullogh). New York, Chichester, Brisbane, Toronto, and Singapore: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 358 pp. [See regarding bridge at Cameron, p. 242; London Bridge, Lake Havasu City, p. 245; Navajo Bridge, Marble Canyon, pp. 245-246; Topock Bridge, p. 249; and see regarding Glen Canyon Dam, p. 247; Laguna Dam, pp. 249-250; Hoover Dam, pp. 40-41, 247, 295-298.]
Jackson, Donald Dale

1997 2.3601 Go West, Moran. Smithsonian, 28(7)(October):56-66, 68. [Thomas Moran.]
Jackson, Earl

1967 2.16583 Your national park system in the Southwest; in words and color. Globe, Arizona: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, [unpaginated].

1976 2.3602 Your National Park system in the Southwest. Globe, Arizona: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 69 pp. (see pp. 35, 36, 68). (Popular series, no. 11.) >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Jackson, Guy L.

1944 2.3603 Garden of Eden. Arizona Highways, 20(10):10-15. [Yuma.]
Jackson, J. F.

1899 2.14024 [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. 111.
Jackson, Laura

1994 2.3604 Conserve Arizona. Arizona Highways, 70(2):46.
Jackson, Les

2007 2.18629 Special edition honoring the "Spirit of Southwest CARavan". Arizona Classic Roadrunner (Classic Car Club of America, Arizona Region, Scottsdale), (May/June):[entire issue]. [Grand Canyon, see cover, pp. 12-13.]
Jackson, Opal

1937 2.20982 Vacations; many interesting fall journeys made by members of this organization. Mueller Record (Hieronymus Mueller Museum, Decatur, Illinois), (49)(October):2-3, 5-6. [See "Clara Ulh's Trip; Visited Many Points of Interst In a Two Weeks' Journey", in August 1937, pp. 5-6; specifically, p. 5: "Wednesday morning the party had their first glimpse of the Grand Canyon. After breakfasting at the Bright Angel Lodge, they took a two and one-half hour trip along the rim and lunched at El Tovar Hotel." (entire note)]
Jackson, Rachel

2001 2.8359 Intrepid explorer with a cause. High Country News, 33(11)(June 4):7. [Soren Jespersen, circumabulatory hike of Colorado Plateau.]
Jackson, Richard H.

1978 2.16606 (ed.) The Mormon role in the settlement of the West. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 169 pp. (Charles Redd Monographs in Western History, No. 9.)
Jackson, Royal G.

1981 2.19612 Bass Collection bares historic concession roots. Park Science (U.S. National Park Service), 2(1)(Fall):15. [William Wallace Bass family.]
Jackson, Royal G., and Maurer, Stephen G.

no date 2.3606 The W. W. Bass Collection: A preliminary guide. U.S. National Park Service, Oregon Cooperative Park Studies Unit, report 81-4, 27 pp. [1981.] >Mon. 8: 7-9<
Jackson, Sharon

1997 2.18761 A raft trip down the Colorado River. In: Panorama [section]. Henderson Home News (Henderson, Nevada), (July 24):[Panorama] 1-2. [Commericially guided trip below Hoover Dam.]
Jackson, Sheldon

1883 2.3607 Arizona. Chautauquan, 3(5)(February):255-257. >Mon. 8: 1-28< Goodman 625
Jackson, Victor L.

1980 2.3608 Introductory comment. In: Geerlings, Paul F., Down the grand staircase; Grand Canyon's living adventure. Salt Lake City: Paragon Press, Inc., p. 13. >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Jackson, W. Turrentine

1952 2.3609 Wagon roads west; a study of Federal road surveys and construction in the trans-Mississippi west, 1846-1869. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 422 pp. Guidon 338

1965 2.3610 Wagon roads west; a study of Federal road surveys and construction in the trans-Mississippi west, 1846-1869. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 422 pp. (Copyright 1964.)

1979 2.3611 Wagon roads west; a study of Federal road surveys and construction in the trans-Mississippi west, 1846-1869. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 422 pp.
Jacobs, Bernard J.

1973 2.18512 The Yuma Crossing on the Colorado River. Master's thesis, University of San Diego.
Jacobs, C. C.

no date 2.21850 Report of reconnoissance [sic] from Flagstaff, Arizona, to Hurricane, Utah, across Kaibab and Kanab Plateaus, Arizona. In: McComie, A. M., Jacobs, C. C., and Bartlett, O. C., The Arizona Strip; report of a reconnoissance [sic] of the country north of the Grand Canyon. Phoenix: Arizona Board of Control, pp. 3-7. [1915.] [Signed, "C. C. Jacob" [error].]
Jacobsen, Janet, and Essenberg, Margaret

2011 2.15040 The Grand Canyon . . . on a train? The Obsidian Bulletin (Obsidian, Inc., Eugene, Oregon), 71(1)(January):6-7. [Ellipsis is part of title. Obsidian, Inc., a not-for-profit organization.]
Jacobsen, Kristin

1993 2.22078 Theft in the Southwest. RBMS Newsletter (Association of College and Research Libraries, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section), (18)(April):4. [Regarding biblioklept Patrick Moffatt. Notes, "During their investigations, police discovered that an AK-47 assault rifle found in the Grand Canyon was registered to Moffatt." (no further note of Grand Canyon)]
Jacobson, David

2002 2.8728 Place and belonging in America. Balitmore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 234 pp. (see pp. 24, 130, 159-161).
Jacoby, H. Murray

1922 2.14685 Among the cliff dwellers of northern Africa. Illustrated World, 38(December):522-5243, 638. [See p. 522, regarding "staying directly at the foot of a high, mountainous range": "Those who have ever camped out in the Hermit Camp at the foot of the Grand Canyon along the Colorado River will have experienced a similar thrill." (entire note)]
Jacoby, Karl Haywood

1997 2.3613 The recreation of nature: a social and environmental history of American conservation, 1872-1919 [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(4A):1423.

1997 2.3612 The recreation of nature: a social and environmental history of American conservation, 1872-1919. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University, 443 pp. [^2.3613^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(4A):1423.]

2001 2.8120 Crimes against nature; squatters, poachers, thieves, and the hidden history of American conservation. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 305 pp.
Jacquin, Philippe

2003 2.9410 Le plus grand canyon de la terre. Parti pour explorer le Colorado en 1869, John Wesley Powell, disparu il y a cent ans, découvre ce qui deviendra le Grand Canyon. Les États-Unis ont enfin leur "merveille du monde"! L'Histoire (Paris), no. 272, p. 23.
Jadwin, Edgar

1904 2.18160 Report of Capt. Edgar Jadwin, Corps of Engineers. As a part of: [Appendix] SS6. Preliminary examination of Colorado River, Arizona and California, from Yuma to the Mexican boundary line. From: McKinstry, C. H., Appendix SS. Improvement of rivers and habors in California south of San Francisco. Report of Capt. C. H. M'Kinstry, Corps of Engineers, officer in charge, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, with other documents relating to the works. In: Annual Reports of the War Department for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1904. Volume VII. Report of the Chief of Engineers. Part 3. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 3396-3399.

1904 2.18157 Report of Capt. Edgar Jadwin, Corps of Engineers. As a part of: Gillespie, G. L., [Appendix] SS5. Examination of Colorado River between Eldorado Canyon and Rioville, Nevada. From: McKinstry, C. H., Appendix SS. Improvement of rivers and habors in California south of San Francisco. Report of Capt. C. H. M'Kinstry, Corps of Engineers, officer in charge, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1904, with other documents relating to the works. In: Annual Reports of the War Department for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1904. Volume VII. Report of the Chief of Engineers. Part 3. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 3392-3394.
Jaeger, Oscar R.

1928 2.3614 Shooting the rapids of the Colorado. American Forests and Forest Life, 34:643-648. >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1932 2.3615 The great Grand Canyon adventure: A narrative of rapid-shooting on the Colorado, the world's wildest river. Dubuque, Iowa: Oscar R. Jaeger, 196 pp. [Cover title places a dash after "Colorado", instead of a comma. Cover also indicates "Pocket Edition".] >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 56 FQ1:54 FQ4:81, 81a FQ6:114 FQ7A:17-LA FQ12:270 FQ14:78 FQ16:111
Jaehne, Dennis

2001 2.10997 An early aesthetic for seeing the Grand Canyon: The diaries of Jack Hillers on the Powell expeditions, 1871-72. In: Short, C. Brant, and Hardy-Short, Dayle (eds.), Proceedings of the fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northern Arizona University School of Communication, pp. 377-392.
Jaffe, Mathew, and Wheeler, Nik

2001 2.7941 Lazing along the lower Colorado. Sunset (Mountain Edition), (March):39-40, 42.
Jaffe, Matt [Jaffe, Matthew]

2014 2.21164 Virgin territory. (Photograph by Tom Brownold.) Arizona Highways, 90(8)(August):28-29. [Virgin River Gorge.]
Jaffe, Matthew, and Gamache, Tom

2004 2.9842 Arizona's west coast; paddle the hidden canyons and teeming marshes along the lower Colorado River. Sunset, (March):33, 36, 38.
Jaffe, Matthew, and Kish, Dawn

2003 2.9481 Grand tour; exploring the Southwest. Sunset, (April):126-136.
Jaffe, Matthew, and Merriam, Douglas

2000 2.7711 Grandest canyon. Sunset, (May):142-151.
Jag (Monk)

2013 2.21173 Monk Jag's USA retreat. BSV (Buddhist Society of Victoria, Newsletter) (East Malvern, Victoria, Australia), 17(1)(February/April):1-2. [Visit to Grand Canyon.]
Jakle, John A.

1985 2.3616 The tourist; travel in twentieth-century North America. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 382 pp. (see pp. 26, 41, 43, 65-66, 69-70, 78-79, 179, 230). >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Jalbert, Linda

1998 2.3617 [Grand Canyon.] In: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (photographer, producer), Writing down the river; into the heart of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, p. 99.

2007 2.11223 [Comment.] In: Perspectives on the GTS. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(2)(Summer):16. [Guides Training Seminar.]

2013 2.18898 [Comment.] In: Shimoda, Risa, Tomorrow's leaders are here today. RMS Journal (River Management Society), 26(2)(Summer):16.
James William

1920 2.14127 The letters of William James (Henry James, ed.). Volume II. Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 382 pp. [See pp. 238-239, letter from James to Miss Pauline Goldmark, from El Tovar, Grand Canyon, January 3, 1906.]

2000 2.12062 Grand Canyon Jan 4. 06. Streams of William James (William James Society, Newsletter), 1(3)(Winter):5. [Excerpt from a letter, William James to son, Alexander, 4 January 1906, with an illustration of Hopi House.]
James, George Wharton

no date 2.3618 G. Wharton James's magnificently illustrated lectures. I. Snake-dancers. II. Into the Grand Canyon. III. Sun-worshipers and cliff city of Acoma. [Brochure, 4 pp.; ca. 1905.] >Mon. 8: 1-65<

no date 2.9279 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. McLean, Virginia: IndyPublish.com, 198 pp. [2002.]

1895 2.3619 The waterfalls of Cataract Canyon. Southwestern Empire, 1(March):5-6. >Mon. 8: 1-28< Goodman 950

1895 2.3620 Hance, and the Grand Canyon. Southwestern Empire, 1(May):35-37. >Mon. 8: 1-28< Goodman 953

1895 2.14767 B. R. Baumgardt and Co's tourists' guide book to South California; for the traveler, invalid, pleasurist and home seeker. Los Angeles: B. R. Baumgardt and Co., 457+ pp. [See p. 10; and section, "The Needles" in "From The Needles to San Bernardino on the Santa Fe Railway", pp. 413-417; and "The Santa Fe Route", pp. 432-434.]

1899 2.3621 A pilgimage to some scenes of Spanish occupancy in our Southwest. American Monthly Review of Reviews, 20(July):51-59. Goodman 724

1899 2.3622 An enthusiastic description. 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., pp. 155-157.

1900 2.3623 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., “Pasadena edition” (limited), 341 pp. [Farqhuar (1953, p. 44) cites, "500 numbered copies signed by the author, large paper, half leather binding."] >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 64b FQ5:90 FQ12:272A FQ12A:130 FQ12B:103B FQ13:257A FQ17:220A

1900 2.3624 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 341 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 64a FQ7:108, 108a FQ8:210 FQ12:272B FQ12B:103A Guidon 339

1900 2.9588 Two men in a marble trap. Wide World Magazine (London), 5(27)(June):277-283.

1901 2.8360 Down the Topocobya Trail. Wide World Magazine (London), 7(37)(April):75-79.

1901 2.3625 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 356 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< FQ9:304 FQ11:214A

1902 2.3626 [Remark in "Comments" section.] In: The Grand Canyon of Arizona; being a book of words from many pens, about the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. [Chicago]: Passenger Department, Santa Fe Railway System, p. 117. [Several reprintings through 1909; pagination taken from 1909 ed.]

1902 2.8361 North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Los Angeles Sunday Herald, (Illustrated Supplement), (October 26).

1903 2.3627 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 356 pp. FQ5:91 FQ7:108b FQ8:210a

1903 2.12904 The falls of Havasu Canyon. The Four-Track News (New York), 4(4)(April):190-192.

1903 2.17886 The Painted Desert. The Four-Track News (New York), 4(1)(January):22-24.

1905 2.18405 Sports at the Grand Canyon. Four-Track News, (March):205.

1905 2.3628 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 346 pp. FQ8:210b FQ9:305 FQ10:184A Guidon 340

1906 2.3629 The wonders of the Colorado Desert (southern California); its rivers and its mountains, its canyons and its springs, its life and its history, pictured and described; including an account of a recent journey made down the overflow of the Colorado River to the mysterious Salton Sea (sketches by Carl Eytel). Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 2 volumes, pp. i-xliv, 1-270, 271-547. ("Published December, 1906". Copyright 1906, Edith E. Farnsworth.) >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 85 FQ4:85 FQ6:117 FQ8:209 FQ9:302, 303 FQ10:183A FQ11:216 Guidon 341 Howes J44

1906 2.3630 The waterfalls of Havasupai Canyon. Arizona Magazine (Phoenix), 1(July):1-6. >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1906 2.3631 By rowboat through the Grand Canyon; pulling an oar for four hundred miles on the Colorado River through the Indian summer country. Travel Magazine, (November):72-73. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1906 2.21754 Indian homes. The Four-Track News, 11(1)(July):16-19. [Lower Colorado River.]

1907 2.3632 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 346 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< FQ1:55a FQ10:184B FQ10A:43 FQ11:214B FQ11A:78 FQ11B:109 FQ12:272C FQ12A:131 FQ13A:99

1907 2.3633 The wonders of the Colorado Desert (southern California); its rivers and its mountains, its canyons and its springs, its life and its history, pictured and described; including an account of a recent journey made down the overflow of the Colorado River to the mysterious Salton Sea (sketches by Carl Eytel). Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 2 volumes, pp. i-xliv, 1-270, 271-547. FQ4:85a FQ10:183B FQ11A:79 Howes J44

1908 2.3634 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 346 pp. FQ4:84

1909 2.19232 (ed.) The California birthday book; prose and poetical selections form the writings of living California authors with a brief biographical sketch of each. Los Angeles: Arroyo Guild Press, 422 [428] pp. [See brief biblio-biographical note of James, pp. 404-405. Also note, p. [428] list of "Books by George Wharton James", which includes first: "'In and Out of the Grand Canyons of the Colorado River in Arizona.' With 23 full-page plates and 77 illustrations in the text. Crown 8vo. $2.50." This is surely James' staple publication, In and Around the Grand Canyon.]

1910 2.16140 From Yuma to Salton Sea. In: Gaines, Nettie S., Pathway to western literature. Stockton, California: Nettie S. Gaines, pp. 60-71. [From The Wonders of the Colorado Desert (James, 1906).]

1910 2.16141 The father of conservation and reclamation. Twentieth Century Magazine, 3(15)(December):frontispiece, 205-210. [John Wesley Powell.]

1910 2.13035 With God in his out-of-doors. Life and Health, 25(5)(May):cover, 261-264, 280. [Continued in subsequent numbers with modified titles, each a discrete item.]

1910 2.15551 How to live out-of-doors. Life and Health, 25(8)(August):470-477.

1910 2.15552 What some people have found with God in his great out-of-doors. Life and Health, 25(12)(December):750-754.

1910 2.3635 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 265 pp. [1st ed.][Binding cloth color, red and green variants noted.] >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 65a FQ1:56, 56a FQ2:53-53b FQ3:72, 72a FQ4:83-83b FQ8:211 FQ9:306 FQ10:185A FQ11:213 FQ11A:77 FQ12:273A FQ12A:129 FQ12B:104 FQ13A:101 FQ15:292 FQ17:221

1910 2.3636 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., and Kansas City, Missouri: Fred Harvey, 265 pp. [N.B.: Text of foreword (pp. v-vi) significantly modified from that of 1st ed., 1910, but this version appears only in this ed.; all subsequent eds. include the original text of foreword.] FQ1:56c FQ2:53c FQ3:72b FQ9:307 FQ10:185B FQ12:273B FQ16:113

1910 2.3637 Heroes of California; the story of the founders of the Golden State as narrated by themselves or gleaned from other sources. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 515 pp. [See Chapter 29, The Outspoken Hero of the Public Service, J. W. Powell, pp. 308-316. Also see pp. 332-335, regarding a visit to Grand Canyon at Diamond Creek by “Professor and Mrs. Lemmon” [John Gill Lemmon and Sara Plummer Lemmon] as published in Overland for September 1888 (see Item no. 2.4085).]

1911 2.3638 A little journey to strange places and peoples; for home and school intermediate and upper grades. Chicago: A. Flanagan, 269 pp. (see pp. 238-260). >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1911 2.3639 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 352 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< Farquhar 64c FQ1:55 FQ2:52 FQ3:71 FQ12:272D FQ12B:103C FQ13:257B FQ15:290A FQ16:112 FQ17:220B

1911 2.3640 The 1910 trip of the H. M. M. B. A. to California and the Pacific Coast. San Francisco: Bolte and Braden Co., 377 pp. (see pp. 39, 42-52, 54). [Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit Association.]

1911 2.3641 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. London and Leipsic: T. Fisher Unwin, 265 pp.

1911 2.3642 The wonders of the Colorado Desert (southern California); its rivers and its mountains, its canyons and its springs, its life and its history, pictured and described; including an account of a recent journey made down the overflow of the Colorado River to the mysterious Salton Sea (sketches by Carl Eytel). Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 50, 547 pp. in one volume. FQ4:85b FQ5:93 Howes J44

1912 2.3643 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., and Kansas City, Missouri: Fred Harvey, revised ed., 266 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< FARQUHAR 65b FQ5:92, 92a

1912 2.13603 [Reflections on tourists' comments overheard at Grand Canyon.] In: In the Editor's Den [section]. Out West, 4(5)(November):343.

1912 2.13057 [General proposal for an “aerial railway from the rim to the river in the Grand Canyon of Arizona”.] In: In the Editor’s Den [section]. Out West, 4(5)(November):343. [Cable.]

1912 2.21573 Restfulness and peace of God's out-of-doors. Out West, 4(5)(November):318-322. ("Reprint from Life and Health".) [See p. 320: "I have been in cloudbursts, and seen the Colorado River in the heart of the Grand Canyon rise sixty feet in one hour." (entire note)]

1913 2.13114 Through Ramona's country. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 406 pp. (see p. 39).

1913 2.3644 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 351 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-28< FQ4:84a FQ5:91a FQ6:115, 115a FQ11:214C FQ13:257C FQ14:80 FQ15:290B, 290C FQ17:220C Guidon 343

1914 2.13326 California; romantic and beautiful. The history of its old missions and of its Indians; a survey of its climate, topography, deserts, mountains, rivers, valleys, islands and coast line; a description of its recreations and festivals; a review of its industries; an account of its influence upon prophets, poets, artists and architects; and some reference to what it offers of delight to the automobilist, traveler, sportsman, pleasure and health seeker. Boston: The Page Co., 433 pp. [See pp. 32-33, 299-300; Chapter 29, “The Journey to California”, pp. 406-412; and pp. 197-198; John Wesley Powell quoted on Grand Canyon and Colorado River.]

1915 2.3645 Our American wonderlands. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 290 pp. (see pp. 1-10, 158-166). >Mon. 8: 1-28, 6-8< Guidon 344

1916 2.14490 Living the radiant life; a personal narrative. Pasadena, California: Radiant Life Press, 291 pp. (see pp. 2-3, 249, 251).

1916 2.19132 Quit your worrying. Boston: L. C. Page and Co., 262 pp. [See p. 259, Grand Canyon, Colorado Desert, Colorado River, in passing.]

1917 2.13387 Exposition memories; Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1916. [See Chapter 4, "The Literature of San Diego", pp. 76-79.]

1917 2.3646 Arizona the wonderland. Boston: Page Co., 478 pp. (see pp. 98-103). >Mon. 8: 1-28< FQ4:82 FQ5:89 FQ8:208 FQ9:301 Guidon 345

1918 2.3647 Arizona the wonderland. Boston: Page Co., 2nd ed., 478 pp. FQ11:212 FQ11B:107

1918 2.3648 The wonders of the Colorado Desert (southern California); its rivers and its mountains, its canyons and its springs, its life and its history, pictured and described; including an account of a recent journey made down the overflow of the Colorado River to the mysterious Salton Sea (sketches by Carl Eytel). Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 50, 547 pp. FQ10:182 FQ17:222 Guidon 346

1918 2.3649 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., revised ed., 265 pp. [Reprint of the 1912 revised ed. but in same pictorial cover as 1910 1st ed.] FQ1:56b FQ11B:108

1920 2.3650 Arizona the wonderland. Boston: Page Co., 3rd ed., 478 pp. FQ12:271 FQ12B:102 FQ14:79

1920 2.9838 Foreword. In: Bass, William Wallace, Adventures in the canyons of the Colorado, by two of its earliest explorers, James White and W. W. Hawkins, with introduction and notes by William Wallace Bass, the Grand Canyon guide. Grand Canyon, Arizona: The authors, pp. 5-7.

1920 2.13076 Singing through life with God. Pasadena, California: Radiant Life Press, 483 pp.

1922 2.18088 Utah; the land of blossoming valleys. Boston: The Page Co., 371 pp. (The "See America First" Series.) [See pp. 272-273.]

1922 2.22033 Navaho Indian blankets. Dyestuffs, 23(8)(August):869-875. [See pp. 870-871, recollection of traveling across the Painted Desert with "a companion" to discover their water canteens leaked and it was as dangerous to return as to proceed to their goal, the rim of the Grand Canyon. James's companion fell into a delerium on arriving at the canyon, upon which James, "knowing that I had one of the very finest of the older weaves of Navaho blankets under my saddle, I rode a breakneck speed down the trial to the river, there held the four corners of my blanket, and filled it with water, and thus provided, hurried back to my suffering companion. With the water thus conveyed, I was able to save his life and we reached our camp in safety."]

1987 2.3651 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it [microform]. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, one 35-mm microfilm reel. [Microfilm of title published 1910, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 265 pp.]
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