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Ingersoll, Ernest

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, p. 70; see Bibliographies) 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, recounting of visit to Grand Canyon at Diamond Creek by “Professor [J. G.] and Mrs. Lemmon” as published in Overland [Monthly] for September 1888.]

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.]

1998 2.3652 The story of a boat. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 11(2)(Spring):18. [Excerpt from James (1910, The Grand Canyon of Arizona.]

1999 2.3653 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 34. [Excerpt as filler, from James (1909).]

2007 2.11477 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. [No place]: BiblioBazaar, Revised ed., 235 pp. [Reprinting of 1915 ed., reset.]

2007 2.11478 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. [No place]: BiblioBazaar, Revised ed. [Large-print], 261 pp. [Reprinting of 1915 ed., reset.]

2008 2.11535 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; Webster's Spanish thesaurus edition; for ESL, EFL, ELP, TOEFL, TOEIC, and AP test preparation. San Diego: ICON Group International, Inc., 294 [295] pp.

2008 2.11591 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; Webster's German thesaurus edition. San Diego: ICON Group International, Inc.

2008 2.13002 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; Webster's French thesaurus edition; for ESL, EFL, ELP, TOEFL, TOEIC, and AP test preparation. San Diego: ICON Group International, Inc., 293 pp.

2008 2.13003 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; Webster's Korean thesaurus edition; for ESL, EFL, ELP, TOEFL, TOEIC, and AP test preparation. San Diego: ICON Group International, Inc., 295 pp.

2008 2.15182 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; Webster's Hungarian thesaurus edition; for ESL, EFL, ELP, TOEFL, TOEIC, and AP test preparation. San Diego: ICON Group International, Inc., 294 pp.

2010 2.15724 In and around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona. [No place]: Nabu press, 410 pp. [Reprinting; an on-demand publication.]

2011 2.15181 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. CreateSpace, 202 pp. [Reprinting. Probably with other dates; an on-demand publication.]

2011 2.16220 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. Lexington, Kentucky: Dunda Books, pp. 3-6. [An on-demand publication.]

2013 2.18267 The Grand Canyon of Arizona; how to see it. Hamburg: tredition GmbH, 256 pp. (tredition Classics.) [An on-demand publication.]
James, H. L.

1974 2.15544 The way of the fray: A pictorial diary of the Escalante expedition through north-central New Mexico, 1776. In: Siemers, Charles T. (ed.), Silver anniversary guidebook: Central-northern New Mexico; Twenty-fifth Field Conference, Ghost Ranch, October 10, 11 and 12, 1974. [Soccoro, New Mexico]: The Society, pp. 77-82. [Includes notes of the route generally.]
James, Harlean

1941 2.3654 Romance of the national parks. New York: Macmillan Co., 240 pp. (see pp. 86, 88, 89, 183-191). >Mon. 8: 1-28<
James, Harry

1973 2.8121 Western campfires; reminiscences of western camping over half a century. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 60 pp.
James, Harry C.

1959 2.20711 Riding into hot water. In: Reader Response [section]. Desert Magazine, 22(10)(October):26. [Comment on the cover photo by Stewart Cassidy in the August issue (see Item no. 28.1026). See also Cassidy's reply, (12)(December):28 (Item no. 2.20712).]

1960 2.20735 40 years ago from 30,000 feet up. Desert Magazine, 23(6)(June):15-18.
James, Joseph F.

1882 2.3655 The Colorado Desert. Popular Science Monthly, 20(January):384-390. Goodman 618

1882 2.19341 The Colorado Desert. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Monthly Journal, 16(2)(February):57-59. [Without by-line, "From the Popular Science Monthly" (see Item no. 2.3655).]
James, Kerrick

2010 2.13761 Outa site! Arizona Highways, 86(7):cover, 1, 14-21, back cover. [See "Arizona Bay", Lake Mohave, p. 16; and "Buck Farm Overlook, Grand Canyon", p. 16; "Point Sublime, Grand Canyon", p. 20. Also see separate Arizona Bay photo in "The Journal" section, p. 5.]
Jameson, W. C.

1993 2.3656 Buried treasures of the Rocky Mountain West; legends of lost mines, train robbery gold, caves of forgotten riches, and Indians' buried silver. Little Rock, Arkansas: August House Publishers, Inc., 191 [192] pp. (see "The Gold Behind the Waterfall", pp. 23-27).
Jamison, JoBeth

2007 2.11178 Grand Canyon icon still on track. In: Off-Ramp [section]. Arizona Highways, 83(6):6. [Grand Canyon Railway.]
Janecek, Tom [TJ]

1997 2.3657 Parked in the no parking zone. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 10(4)(Fall):19-21. [Flash flood at mouth of Havasu Creek.]

1999 2.3658 Flash flood; on the Colorado River, everything can change in an instant. In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, pp. 203-210. [Reprinted from Janecek (1997).]

2006 2.10965 A red-tailed friend tale. In: Sadler, Christa (ed.), There's this river . . .; Grand Canyon boatman stories. Flagstaff, Arizona: This Earth Press, 2nd ed., pp. 19-23.
Janetski, Joel C.

1997 2.3659 150 years of Utah archaeology. Utah Historical Quarterly, 65(2)(Spring):100-133. [Includes notes of regional historical interest, including Lees Ferry.]
Jansen, Sam

2006 2.11051 Sam Jansen. In: Board bios. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 19(4)(Winter 2006-2007):7. [Biographical comment.]

2007 2.11396 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 20(4)(Winter 2007-2008):3.

2008 2.11746 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(3)(Fall):3.
Jansen, Sarah Ruth

2012 2.20295 Plato on popular poetry. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles, 123 pp. [See pp. 93-96, which includes observations on visual illusion as perceived at the Grand Canyon Skywalk (Hualapai Indian Reservation).]
Janssen, Johnny

2003 2.9313 Calling all recipes. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(1)(Spring):42. [Preparation of a Grand Canyon River Guides cookbook.]
Janssen, Raymond E.

1937 2.3660 The earth before man; the story of how things began (Fay-Cooper Cole, ed.). Chicago: University of Knowledge, Inc., 380 pp. (see pp. 79-83). (University of Knowledge, Glenn Frank [ed.-in-chief], Volume 1.) >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Janus Associates, Inc.

1989 2.3661 Transcontinental railroading in Arizona, 1878-1940; a context for preserving railroad related properties. Phoenix: Janus Associates, Inc., for Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, 71 pp. (James Garrision, historical architect; James Woodward, architectural historian; Susan Wilcox, ed.; Robert Trennert, historical consultant; James Ayers, archaeological consultant.)
Japenga, Ann

2004 2.20876 Salton Sea monsters. Desert Magazine, (March):.

2005 2.20877 The legacy of the Salton seafarers. Desert Magazine, (March):.
Jaquette, David

1999 2.3662 Good news for Lava Falls. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 3(2)(May):2. [Humor.]
Jarman, Rufus

1944 2.17549 LeTourneau; America's most spectacular maker of earth-moving equipment is "in partnership with God". Life, 17(16)(O;ctober 16):49-50, 52-54, 56, 59. [See p. 59, note of having received the contract to excavate the highway between Boulder City and Hoover Dam, on which he lost money.] [Robert G. LeTourneau.]
Jaroff, Leon

2004 2.18487 Faith-based parks? Time, (November 17):.
Jarol, Scott

1996 2.3664 Beyond authoring programs: The making of Explore the Grand Canyon. CD-ROM Professional, 9(4):80-85.
Jarratt, David Arthur

2008 2.17847 Short hops. My life as a flyer! [No place]: Xlibris Corp., 304 pp. [An on-demand publication.] [Grand Canyon, passim.]
Jaspers, Torrey

no date 2.18749 Building bridges for relationships that minister. The Manager in Ministry (Newberry Springs, California), (25):[1]. [Begins with note of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, with London Bridge, not having a bridge that crosses the Colorado River.]
Jastrow, Robert

1967 2.7712 Red giants and white dwarfs; the evolution of stars, planets and life. New York, Evanston (Illinois), and London: Harper and Row, 176 [177] pp. (see pp. 108, 112-113).
Jauker, Otto

1907 2.18023 Durch die Prärien Nordamerikas zum Grand Cañon. Geographischer Anzeiger, 8(October):228-229.
Jeffers, Jo

1965 2.3666 Tales of the Little Colorado. Arizona Highways, (September):2-33. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Jeffers, Le Roy

1919 2.3667 Our newest national park; nature's wonders await the tourist at the Grand Canyon. Motor Life, 14(September):40-41, 92, 94. >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1919 2.3668 Our new national park--the Grand Canyon. Along the northern rim, the greatest and least known of America's scenic wonders. Travel, 33(3)(July):10-15, 41, 45. >Mon. 8: 1-28<

1922 2.3669 The call of the mountains; rambles among the mountains and canyons of the United States and Canada. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 282 pp. [See Chapter 16, “The Grand Canyon of the Colorado”, pp. 193-225.]
Jefferson, Charles E.

1913 2.14431 The parable of the wedding garment. Bible Magazine, 1(9)(September):667-675 (see p. 672).
Jefferson, Thomas

1814 2.8570 Life of Captain Lewis. In: [Biddle, Nicholas], History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark, to the sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the river Columbia to the Pacific Ocean. Performed during the years 1804-5-6. By order of the Government of the United States. Prepared for the press by Paul Allen, Esquire. In two volumes. Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep, and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, Volume 1, pp. vii-xxiii. [See Jefferson's quotation of his original charge of instructions to Lewis (pp. xiii-xx), including the order to ascertain beyond the headwaters of the Missouri River "the water offering the best communication with the Pacific ocean" (p. xiv), among which is listed the "Rio Colorado, which runs into the gulf of California" (p. xvi).]
Jeffords, Bob

1978 2.3670 Take a trek to Supai. Outdoor Arizona, 50(10):5-7. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Jeffords, Dolores Butterfield

1955 2.20262 Dwelling place of the ancients. (Photographs by Desert Sea News Bureau, map by Norton Allen.) Desert Magazine, 18(2)(February):24-26. [Valley of Fire area, Nevada.]
Jelliffe, Smith Ely

1918 2.14805 The technique of psychoanalysis. New York and Washington, D.C.: Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Co., 163 pp. (Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series, No. 26.) [See p. 129.]

1920 2.13779 The technique of psychoanalysis. New York and Washington, D.C.: Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Co., 171 pp. (Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series, No. 26.) [See p. 134.]
Jenkins, Jennifer L.

2013 2.19687 Sights and sounds: Fox Movietone visits Grand Canyon, June 1929. 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. 3-8.
Jenkins, John S.

1854 2.15408 Voyage of the U.S. exploring squadron, commanded by Captain Charles Wilkes, of the United States Navy, in 1838, 1939, 1840, 1841, and 1842: together with explorations and discoveries made by Admiral d'Urville, Captain Ross, and other navigators and travellers; and an account of the expedition to the Dead Sea, under Lieutenant Lynch. Auburn: Alden, Beardsley and Co.; and Rochester: Wanzer, Beardsley and Co., 517 pp. (United States Exploring Expeditions.) [See pp. 441-442, lower Colorado River, in passing: "Besides the Sacramento and the San Joaquin, and the Rio Colorado of the west, which forms a part of the eastern boundary, California has no other considerable streams except it be the Rio de San Buénaventura."]
Jenkins, Kenneth

1998 2.3671 Poet for every season. In: Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 74(5):48.
Jenkins, Mark

2001 2.8362 Temple of zoom; a speed ascent of a Grand Canyon spire proves that light is right. Outside, 26(6):35-39. [Zoroaster Temple.]

2014 2.21481 Thus spake Zarathustra. In: Kempa, Rick (ed.), On foot; Grand Canyon backpacking stories. Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, pp. 191-198.
Jenkins, Mark Collins

2013 2.18067 On assignment with National Geographic; the inside story of legendary explorers, photographers, and adventurers. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, 134 [136] pp. [Cover adds: "125th Anniversary Edition".]
Jenkinson, Michael

1977 2.3672 Land of clear light; wild regions of the American Southwest and northwestern Mexico; how to reach them and what you will find there. New York: E. P. Dutton, 305 pp. FQ8:213 FQ9:312 FQ10:186

1981 2.3673 Wild rivers of North America. New York: E. P. Dutton, 2nd ed., 409 pp. (see pp. 92-143). >Mon. 8: 1-28< FQ4:86 FQ6:118 FQ10:187 FQ12:278

1981 2.3674 Wilderness rivers of America. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Chanticleer Press edition, 280 pp. (see "The Colorado", photographs by David Muench, pp. 76-107, 274). >Mon. 8: 1-28<
Jennes, Gail

1978 2.3675 Barbara and Bradford Washburn put the Grand Canyon on the map and fill a cartographic hole. People, 10(August 7):40-42. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Jenness, Kelley

1912 2.13834 The pilot flame. Boston: Sherman, French and Co., 268 pp. (see pp. 97-99).
Jennings, Bill

1977 2.20852 Following the Bradshaw Road; historic old mining trail back way to Colorado River. Desert Magazine, 40(7)(July):20-23.

1977 2.20853 Patton country. Desert Magazine, 40(9)(September):8-13. [World War II maneuvers area.]

1978 2.20855 A valley of unlimited recreation. Desert Magazine, 41(2)(February):48-52. [Coachella Valley. Includes Salton Sea.]

1978 2.3676 Awesome Toroweap; remote jewel in Grand Canyon's crown of beauty. Desert Magazine, 41(12)(December):24-27, 39. [See also letter from Smokey Richards, 42(2)(February 1979):47.] >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Jennings, Bill, and Wold, Weezy

1977 2.20850 Picturesque Picacho; historic mining camp on lower Colorado now a recreational paradise. Desert Magazine, 40(2)(February):14-19.
Jennings, Kate F.

1998 2.3677 Ansel Adams. New York: Barnes and Noble (by arrangement with Belden Hill Press LLC), 128 pp.
Jennings, William Scott

2004 2.9994 Mastering the sublime landscape. International Artist, no. 38, pp. 20-31.

2009 2.12552 William Scott Jennings; artist's statement. In: Berger, Todd R. (ed.), Grand Canyon celebration of art; 2009 modern masters. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, pp. 18-19.
Jensen, Allan

2004 2.21102 Mine 10 bedste udsigter. Globen (De Berejstes Klub, Denmark), (March):62-63. [Grand Canyon, p. 62.] [In Danish.]
Jensen, Ethel R.

1981 2.15826 Beneath the casing rock; the George Smith Rust family. Provo, Utah: Stevenson's Genealogical Center, 323 pp.
Jensen, Frank

1960 2.3678 A visit to historic, out-of-the-way Lee's Ferry on the Colorado. Desert Magazine, 23(6)(June):8-11. [See also letters from Laura Armer, (8)(August):6, and G. G. Burn, (10)(October):5.]

1962 2.3679 Riverman. Desert Magazine, 25(7)(July):26-27. [Art Greene.]
Jensen, Jay E.

2008 2.12335 Arms of safety. Ensign, 38(11)(November):47-49 (see p. 47).
Jensen, Joel; Gruber, John; and Lothes, Scott

2012 2.16497 Steam: An enduring legacy; the railroad photographs of Joel Jensen. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 160 pp.
Jensen, Paul

1964 2.3680 National parks; a guide to the national parks and monuments of the United States. New York: Golden Press, 165 pp.
Jensen, Rick

2010 2.20555 Betty does America; ein Roadtrip entlang der Westküste Amerikas. Kiteboarding (kiteboarding.eu), 8(10)(78)(October 13):34-45. [See "Las Vegas und Lake Mead", pp. 44-45.
Jensen, Sam

2008 2.11455 Prez blurb. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 21(1)(Spring):3.
Jensen, Tom

1993 2.3681 Canyon redux. Men's Journal, (September):20. [Letter.]

1993 2.3682 Bad idea behind the wheel; Arizona and Utah boosters plan trans-canyon freeway. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Spring/Summer):1-2, 4-5.

1993 2.3683 Staff notes. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Fall):17.

1994 2.3684 "The Grand Canyon wasn't built by attorneys and engineers". Backpacker (May):14. [Comment on a quotation by Jensen.]

1994 2.3685 Homestead Notes [section]. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Spring/Summer):2. [Grand Canyon Trust.]
Jenson, Andrew

1886 2.13228 (compiler) Church chronology: or A record of important events; connected with the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the Territory of Utah. Supplement to the "Historical Record." Salt Lake City: [no imprint]. [See pp. 77, 82, 86; notices of John Wesley Powell and exploration of Colorado River.]

1892 2.16405 In southern Utah. Deseret News, (April 2):1 [issue pagination]. [Communique written from Fredonia, Arizona, March 10, 1892, descriptive of regional geography and inhabitation.]

1892 2.16406 In southern Utah. Deseret News, (April 9):2 [issue pagination]. [Communique written from Bunkerville, Nevada, March 21, 1892, descriptive of regional geography and inhabitation.]

1892 2.16407 The Muddy Valley. Deseret News, (July 7):25 [issue pagination]. [Communique written from Overton, Lincoln Co., Nevada, March 23, 1892, descriptive of regional geography and inhabitation.]

1905 2.16447 Moccasin Ranch. Andrew Jenson's itinerary. View to settlements of southern Utah and northern Arizona. Deseret News, (December 21):11 [issue pagination].

1914 2.17288 (compiler) Church chronology; a record of important events pertaining to the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Second edition, revised and enlarged, with two supplements and an elaborate index. Salt Lake City: Deseret News, 204 pp.

1919 2.16071 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 10(3)(July):120-128. [See "Fredonia (Kanab Stake), Coconino County, Arizona", p. 128.] [N.B.: Series begins 10(1)(January):6; only those portions pertinent to this bibliography are cited.]

1919 2.16072 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 10(4)(October):181-190. [See "Hurricane (St. George Stake), Washington county, Utah", p. 188.

1920 2.16073 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 11(1)(January):34-40. [See "Kanab (Kanab Stake), Kane County, Utah", p. 34.]

1920 2.16074 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 11(2)(April):82-91. [See "Mesquite (Moapa Stake), Clark County, Nevada", p. 86.]

1920 2.16075 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 11(4)(October):170-177. [See "Pah-coon Springs, in northern Arizona" (Pakoon Springs), p. 170; "Pahreah (Kanab Stake), Kane county, Utah" (Paria), p. 170; "Pipe Springs (Kanab Stake), Mohave county, Arizona", p. 174.]

1920 2.19602 Latter-day Saint biographical encyclopedia. A compilation of biographical sketches of prominent men and women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Volume III. Salt Lake City: Andrew Johnson History Co., 828 pp. [See Ashton Nebeker, p. 180, which includes the erroneous note, "He was with Major Powell's expedition exploring the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, being one of the first white men to go through all of the rapids of the Grand Canyon." (entire note); James Brinkerhoff, pp. 327-328, which notes (p. 327, "Together with his parents he went to Lee's Ferry as an infant, his father helping Warren Johnson to run that ferry across the Colorado river." (entire note); Anthony Woodward Ivins, pp. 750-752, which includes note (pp. 751-752) of him being manager of the Mojave Land and Cattle Co. and Kaibab Cattle Co. on the Arizona Strip.]

1921 2.16076 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 12(1)(January):41-48. [See "Saint George (St. George Stake), Washington county, Utah", p. 45; "Saint thomas (Moapa Stake), Lincoln county, Nevada", p. 46.]

1921 2.16077 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 12(3)(July):125-130. [See "Shevwitts Mountain, or Kaib", p. 125 (Kaibab, Shivwits; also noted is Mount Dellenbaugh and "Cahra-Shent" [Parashant]).]

1921 2.16078 (compiler) Origin of western geographic names. Associated with the history of the "Mormon" people. Utah Geneological and Historical Magazine, 12(4)(October):188-192. [See "Trumbull or Mount Trubull" (sic, Mount Trumbull), p. 191.]
Jerans, Peteris

1985 2.15369 (ed.) Latvijas padomju enciklopedija. 6. Sejumos. Lauk-Monr. Riga: Galvena Enciklopediju Redakcija, 779 pp. [See p. 99, "Lielais kanjons, Grandkanjons (Grand Canyons)".] [In Latvian.] [Diacritical marks do not display online.]
Jermann, Frank

2007 2.21277 Salton Sea; das Ende eines amerikanischen Traums. GOfotoX (Magazin für Fotografie, Reise und Präsentation) (GOGrafiX GbR, Immendingen, Germany), 2007(2):6-11.
Jespersen, Soren

2001 2.8671 Soren Jespersen treks 2,200 miles; connects with Plateau. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Winter):24. [Distributed January 2002.]
Jesup, Morris K.

1900 2.17873 Thirty-first annual report. American Museum of Natural History, [31st annual report, for 1899], pp. 9-33. [See "Department of Public Instruction"; specifically, "Columbia University Course", which notes (p. 29) five lectures by George Wharton James relating to the Grand Canyon and vicinity, December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1899.]
Jesup, Th. S. [Jesup, Thomas S.]

1855 2.19838 Report of the Quartermaster General. From: Davis, Jefferson, Report of the Secretary of War. In: Message from the President of the United States to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the First Session of the Thirty-fourth Congress. Part II. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Executive Document 1, pp. 145-151. [See p. 150, relating to supplying Fort Yuma.]

1860 2.19005 [Abstract of contracts made by the Quartermaster's department during the year 1859.] In: Floyd, John B., War Department--Contracts. Letter from the Secretary of War, communicating a statement of contracts made during the year 1859. U.S. 36th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Executive document 22, 34 pp. [Regarding activities on the Colorado River, see pp. 4-5, 16.]
Jett, Brandon

2011 2.16397 A grand jouney [sic] into the Big Ditch; 23 days of introspection, relaxation and beer! Bowlines (Bluegrass Wildwater Association, Lexington, Kentucky), (May/June):1, 3-11. [A grand journey into the Big Ditch.]
Jett, Stephen J.

1967 2.3686 Tourism in the Navajo country: resources and planning. Window Rock, Arizona: Navajo Tribal Museum, 184 pp., map. (Navajoland Publications, Series A.) [Revised and updated version of doctoral dissertation.] >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1969 2.3687 Let's have more parks. Western Gateways, 9(3):4. [Guest editorial.] >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1974 2.3688 The journals of George C. Fraser '93; early twentieth-century travels in the South and Southwest. Princeton University Library Chronicle, 35(3):290-308. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1976 2.3689 Pleasures afield on the Colorado Plateau. Places, 3(2):8-10. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jeys, Gene

1987 2.8729 Twenty five years of hiking the Grand Canyon (illustrations by Louis Escobedo). Scouting, 75(5)(October):18-19, 72-73.
Jimmink, Daan

2012 2.21196 The Grand Canyon. Otter Bar Lodge Online Newsletter (Otter Bar Lodge and Kayak School, Forks of Salmon, California), 2012:[10]-[11].
Jirge, Roz

1993 2.3690 "Georgie's Rapid" project. The News (Grand Canyon River Guides), 6(3)(Late Summer):18.

1999 2.3691 Georgie Rapid? Boatman's Quarterly Review, 12(2)(Spring):16.
Jirge, Roz [Jirge, Rosalyn]

2000 2.7713 "Georgie Rapid" officially recognized in Arizona. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 4(8):4.

2000 2.7714 Georgie Rapid--to be, or not to be? In: Flipped out--letters to GCPBA [section]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 4(3)(Fall):34.

2001 2.8571 Letter to the Editor. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 5(12):3. [Georgie Rapid.]

2002 2.8816 [Letter regarding Georgie Rapid.] In: Dear Eddy [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 15(1)(Spring):5.
JL International Publishing

1992 2.3692 Chronicle of aviation. United Kingdom: Chronicle Communications Ltd., 984 pp. (see p. 794, Scenic Airlines 1982).
Job, Macarthur

2001 2.8572 Air disaster. Volume 4. (Artwork by Juanita Franzi.) Fyshwick, ACT, Australia: Aerospace Publications Pty Ltd., 184 pp. (see Chapter 9, "A Black Day in the US", pp. 69-79). [Cover adds subtitle: "The Propeller Era".]
Jocks, Heinz-Norbert

2001 2.8573 David Hockney--"Exciting times are ahead"; die Geburt des Auges aus dem Geist der Malerei: Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn. Kunstforum International, no. 156 (August/October):409-411. [Includes canvas study of Grand Canyon.]
Johansson, Herman

1899 2.13914 [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. 69.
John B. Alden [firm]

1887 2.21657 Alden's manifold cyclopedia of knowledge and language. Vol. 2. America, British to Artemis. New York: John B. Alden, 632 pp. [See "Arizona", pp. 509-513.]
John, Sebastian

2007 2.12116 An Indian's bus journey across America. SPAN (Public Affairs Section, American Center, New Delhi, India, on behalf of U.S. Embassy), (July/August):29-36 [2nd of two parts]. [Also published in 2.12117 Hindi and 2.12118 Urdu eds., same pagination.]

2007 2.12117 [An Indian's bus journey across America.] SPAN (Public Affairs Section, American Center, New Delhi, India, on behalf of U.S. Embassy), (July/August):29-36 [2nd of two parts]. [In Hindi; number with same pagination as English ed.]

2007 2.12118 [An Indian's bus journey across America.] SPAN (Public Affairs Section, American Center, New Delhi, India, on behalf of U.S. Embassy), (July/August):29-36 [2nd of two parts]. [In Urdu; number with same pagination as English ed.]
Johns, Chris

2006 2.10509 From the Editor. National Geographic, 209(1)(January):[vi]. [Comment on photography by Michael Nichols in article by Virginia Morell and Michael Nichols.]
Johns, Leonard G.; Downes, Gerard F.; and Bibles, Camille D.

2005 2.14995 Resurrecting cold cases serial homicide investigations. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin (U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation), 74(8)(August):1-7. [Features the murder cases against Robert Spangler, including the murder of his third wife, Sharon, in Grand Canyon in 1993.]
Johnson, A.

1901 2.17635 [Letter to John C. Bell.] In: Hitchock, E. A., Mineral claims, Navaho Indian Reservation, Arizona and New Mexico. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to resolution of the Senate of February 7, 1901, a copy of a communication from the Commission of Indian Affairs, together with all papers relating to the location, right of location, claim, lease, acquisition, or the privilege of exploring any part of the Navaho Indian Reservation in Arizona and New Mexico. U.S. 56th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Document 216, p. 19. [John Calhoun Bell, U.S. Representative (Populist) from Colorado, 1893-1902.] [Letter to Bell, dated "Flag Staff, June 6, 1900", cited here for Johnson's opening sentence (with no further elaboration), "I have just returned from a trip to Big Canyon." Preceded by letter from Bell to the Secretary of the Interior, dated "Montrose, Colo., June 25, 1900", pp. 18-19, forwarding the "letter from Mr. A. Johnson, a very old gentleman who has been trying for fourteen or fifteen years to secure some mining land now on the Navaho Reservation", noting also, "Mr. Johnson is very old, poor, and in wretched health".]
Johnson, Andrew

1867 2.15398 Message of the President of the United States, of January 29, 1867, relating to the present condition of Mexico, in answer to a resolution of the House of December 4, 1866. U.S. 39th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 76, 735 pp. [Regarding the seizure of gunpowder consigned to Paul Hillen of Tucson, Arizona, from the schooner William L. Richardson bound for the anchorage at the mouth of the Colorado River, at La Paz by the French war steamer Diamant, see enclosures transcribed, pp. 599-602.]
Johnson, Annette Thackwell

1922 2.3693 Silence. The Independent, 109(September 2)(3824):96-98. >Mon. 8: page 1-29<
Johnson, B. J., and Openshaw, Sean

1995 2.3694 Coming to terms with the Canyon; backpacking is a test of will. Pinnacle (Arizona Daily Sun), (May):8-9.
Johnson, Bob

2008 2.12119 Rafting in Grand (Canyon) style. The Interchange (Idaho Transportation Department, District 4 Monthly Newsletter), (September):2.
Johnson, Bob [2]

2009 2.20722 Chuckle of the month. In: The Word Hawk [column]. Science Editor, 32(1)(January/February):22. [Relates to the sentencing of Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson for vandalism of signage (correcting typographical errors) at Grand Canyon.]
Johnson, Brian J.

1994 2.22094 It's a grand new exhibit; Museum of Northern Arizona show highlights people, art. Sundial (Arizona Daily Sun, Flagstaff), (January 29):A6, A12.
Johnson, C. B.

1997 2.3696 This peak trail is tough, but you'll love the view. Arizona Highways, 73(7):56, inside back cover. [Hack Canyon Road, Kaibab Creek Wilderness.]
Johnson, Charles Granville

1868 2.3697 History of the Territory of Arizona and the Great Colorado of the Pacific, illustrated with actual photographs [prospectus]. San Francisco: B. F. Sterett, 9 pp. + 2 photographs. Farquhar 27b

1868 2.19100 History of the Territory of Arizona and the Great Colorado of the Pacific. Illustrated with actual photographs. San Francisco: Vencent Ryan and Co. ("For Sale by Subscription Only.") [Title-sheet to "No. 3" (of a project 25 numbers) reproduced in Sandweiss, Martha A., Print the legend; photography and the American West (Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2002), p. 280, and there credited to "Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library", but not otherwise located in the Yale and Beinecke online catalogues [2013]. Only three numbers were produced; fide Sandweiss.]

1869 2.3698 The Territory of Arizona, embracing a history of the territory; its mineral, agricultural, and commercial advantages; its climate and boundaries; and the Great Colorado of the Pacific; beautifully illustrated with actual photographs of the country, the rivers, the towns, the cities, and the different Indian tribes. San Francisco: Vincent Ryan and Co., 3 pts., pp. 1-12 + 1 photograph, 13-20 + 3 photographs, 21-32 + 1 photograph. Farquhar 27a
Johnson, Clifton

1908 2.3699 Highways and byways of the Pacific coast. New York: Macmillan Co., and London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 323 pp. (American Highways and Byways.) [See "The Grand Canyon of Arizona", pp. 1-29.] FQ15:295

1908 2.14243 The Grand Cañon in storm. Outing Magazine, 52(1)(April):88-95.

1915 2.3700 Highways and byways of California. New York: Macmillan Co. (see pp. 1-29). >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1919 2.3701 What to see in America. New York: Macmillan Co., and London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 541 pp. [Also subsequent printings, 1919 ff.] >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1926 2.3702 Highways and byways of California; with excursions into Arizona, Oregon, Washingotn, Nevada, and Idaho. New York: Macmillan Co., 320 pp. FQ13A:103
Johnson, Debbie

2009 2.14510 What I did on my summer vacation; let Backroads do the work for you. Around Concord (Concord, New Hampshire), (Winter):64-68. [Backroads, a travel company.]
Johnson, Dee Strickland

2003 2.17027 Arizona herstory; tales from her storied past (foreword by Marshall Trimble). Phoenix: Cowboy Miner Productions, 264 pp. [See "Journey to Turquoise Waters", pp. 239-240; Havasu Canyon.]
Johnson, Don

no date 2.3703 The Grand Canyon, a place of beauty. Orlando, Florida, 24 pp. FQ3:224
Johnson, Edwin F.

1854 2.13711 Railroad to the Pacific. Northern route. Its general character, relative merits, etc. New York: Railroad Journal Job Printing Office, 2nd ed., 174 pp. [See pp. 112-122, including lower Colorado River region.]
Johnson, Elmer W.

1876 2.16382 Trip to the Pahreah. Deseret News, (November 15):10 [issue pagination]. [Letter, dated Johnson, Kane Co., Utah, October 14, 1876.]
[Johnson, F. Coit (Mr. and Mrs.); Bok, Edward (Mr. and Mrs.); Doubleday, Frank N. (Mr. and Mrs.); and Doubleday, Dorothy]

1903 2.16234 On the new Santa Fé Trail; the record of a journey to the land of sunshine by six and a half tenderfeet; written and illustrated by all of us together. New York and Philadelphia: "Privately printed and not published at all, because we are on vacation", 46 pp. [Printed together with, and with pages inverted, Toward the Sunrise on "The Sunset".] [Authors listed on p. [iv], "The Hayseeds from the East".] [See pp. 23-28 (Grand Canyon), and p. 43 (old Grand Canyon anecdote).]

1903 2.16235 Toward the sunrise on "The Sunset"; the record of a journey in the land of sunshine by six and a half tenderfeet; written and illustrated by all of us together. New York and Philadelphia: "Privately printed and not published at all, because we are on vacation", 46 pp. [Printed together with, and with pages inverted, On the New Santa Fé Trail.] [Authors listed on p. [iv], "The Hayseeds from the East".] [See p. 24, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Johnson, George

1995 2.3705 Fire in the mind; science, faith, and the search for order. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 379 pp. (see pp. 29-32, 35).

1996 2.3706 Fire in the mind; science, faith, and the search for order. New York: Vintage Books, 379 pp. (see pp. 29-32, 35).
Johnson, George Alonzo

1932 2.3707 The steamer General Jessup; the first steamship to explore the Colorado River. Society of California Pioneers, Quarterly, 9(2):108-118. FQ12:281 [number]

1974 2.7942 First commerce on the Colorado. Journal of Arizona History, 15(1):29-34.
Johnson, George, and Melford, Michael

2009 2.12368 Plugging into the sun; sunlight bathes us in far more energy than we could ever need--if we could just catch enough. National Geographic, 216(3)(September):28-51. (See notice of Hoover Dam, p. 51.)
Johnson, Ginger

1996 2.9400 Kate T. Cory, artist of Arizona, 1861-1958. Prescott, Arizona: Ginger Johnson, 22 [23] pp.
Johnson, H. Cyril

1957 2.3708 Scenic guide to Arizona. Susanville, California: Science Guides, 56 pp. (see pp. 16-20). >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1959 2.3709 Scenic guide to Arizona. Susanville, California: Science Guides, 2nd ed. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Johnson, Hoyt C.

1990 2.3710 A tourism cake with environmental frosting; reborn Grand Canyon Railway (photos by Tom Johnson). Scottsdale Scene, (September):24-30. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1994 2.3711 My view. Canyon Magazine, 1(1):6-7.

1994 2.3712 Hissin', puffin' and chuggin' to the Grand Canyon . . . the way to go! (photos by Tom Johnson and Al Richmond). Canyon Magazine, 1(1):8-15. [Ellipsis is part of title.]

1994 2.3713 Happy birthday to IMAX. Canyon Magazine, 1(1):34-39.

1994 2.3714 The Grand Canyon Railway rides again! Discovery (Allstate Motor Club), 34(2)(Summer):14.

1998 2.3715 Dear readers. Sedona Magazine, 13(4)(Fall):22.
Johnson, Hoyt C., and Johnson, Tom

2000 2.7466 Awesome sightseeing . . . the easy way. Sedona Magazine, 15(3)(Summer):cover, 19, 74-105. (See "Part III; North of Sedona", pp. 96-105.) [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Johnson, James Yate

1880 2.15095 The scientific and literary treasury; by Samuel Maunder. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., new edition, with supplement, 871 pp. [See “Supplement to the Scientific and Literary Treasury”, p. 825: “Canon or Canyon (a great pipe, Span., from canna, a pipe: Lat.), a long and very narrow ravine between high walls of rock. The cañons on the W. side of the Rocky Mountains are often of great length. The Grand Cañon of the Colorado is 550 miles long, and in one place is only 100 feet wide, whilst its depth at another is 6200 feet.” (entire item)]
Johnson, Jo

1999 2.3716 Harding Rapid rearranged; "go left, young man!" Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 3(2)(May):1. [President Harding Rapid.]

1999 2.3717 [Comment.] In: What kind of boat should I buy? A sprightly discussion compiled from the e-pages of gcboaters@songbird.com. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 3(2)(May):23.

1999 2.3718 No so big . . . In: Flipped out! Letters to the GCPBA. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 3(3)(August):28. [Correction to item about President Harding Rapid published in 3(2). Ellipsis is part of title.]

2001 2.8122 Silent auction was a great success. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 5(1)(Spring):5.
Johnson, John, and Johnson, Tom

1994 2.3719 Rafting the Canyon. Canyon Magazine, 1(1):26-33.
Johnson, Julian

1916 2.16001 The shadow stage [section]. Photoplay Magazine, 9(5)(April):99-148+. [See p. 102, note of Ethel Clay in "Great Divide"; Grand Canyon noted in passing.]

1917 2.13789 The shadow stage [section]. Photoplay Magazine, 11(5)(April):75-82+. [See p. 79, "God's Crucible. A play about the Grand Cañon and in the Grand Cañon."]
Johnson, Kaylene

2012 2.17993 Canyons and ice; the wilderness travels of Dick Griffith. Eagle River, Alaska: Ember Press, 280 pp.
Johnson, Lee

2004 2.9996 Sunken boat. In: Letters and e-mail [section]. Arizona Highways, 80(7):2.
Johnson, Lyndon B.

2014 2.20425 [Letter to Georgie White, November 22, 1964.] Boatman's Quarterly Review, 27(1)(Spring):14. [Facsimile reproduction of a personal, first-names letter from President Johnson to Georgie White, noting his opposition to the dams planned for Grand Canyon.]
Johnson, Lynn, and O'Leary, Michael

1999 2.3720 All aboard! Images from the golden age of rail travel. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 132 pp.
Johnson, Mark

1997 2.8123 Swimming Crystal. American Whitewater, 37(4)(July-August):74-.
Johnson, Michael

2011 2.18295 The Colorado River and its challenges. Commodore's Bulletin and Director's Newsletter (U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, 11th Coast Guard District, San Pedro, California), 11(3)(November):[unpaginated]. [Title panel also indicates, "(A Series)", but no other articles have thus far been located.]
Johnson, Noreen, and Johnson, Tom

1998 2.3721 Phantom of the Canyon. Sedona Magazine, 13(4)(Fall):86-97.
Johnson, Paul C.

1971 2.3722 The Grand Canyon. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 122 pp. (This Beautiful World series.) >Mon. 8: 1-29< FQ6:120 FQ15:297

1972 2.3723 (ed.) The beautiful Southwest; a Sunset pictorial. Sunset Magazine, Lane Publishing Co., 223 pp. (see pp. 70-87). >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Johnson, Roabie

1991 2.3724 The Wild and Scenic Library. Arizona Libraries, (5)(Winter):10-13. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Johnson, Robert Neil

1968 2.3725 Southwestern ghost town atlas. Susanville, California: C. Johnson, 47 pp. Guidon 354
Johnson, Roger A.

1981 2.20069 New city, old bridge. [No place]: Media Specialist, [68] pp. [Lake Havasu City, Arizona.]
Johnson, Rosalind

1976 2.3726 "Hooked" on the river. Journal of Arizona History, 17(1):44-47. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Johnson, Rufus David

1952 2.20207 Life on the desert. Desert Magazine, 15(11)(November):19-20. ("This was one of the winning stories in Desert Magazine's Life-on-the-Desert contest.") [Arizona Strip country.]

1961 2.7715 J. E. J. trail to sundown, Cassadaga to Casa Gande, 1817-1882; the story of a pioneer, Joseph Ellis Johnson . . . He ground his wheel into the face of the continent. [No place]: Joseph Ellis Johnson Family Committee (printed by Desert New Press), 514 pp.
Johnson, Sandra Jean

1993 2.18494 Early conservation by the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs from 1900 to 1932. Master's thesis, University of Arizona, 133 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon, Colorado River and Colorado River Compact.]
Johnson, Stacy Jo

2008 2.12303 Road report. Miss Rodeo Wyoming Association News, 5(3)(Summer):6-8.
Johnson, Tom

1994 2.3727 Inside the Canyon . . . a photo feature by Tom Johnson. Canyon Magazine, 1(1):16-21. [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Johnson, W. D., Jr.

1872 2.16366 Powell's Colorado River exploring expedition. Deseret News, (May 29):4 [issue pagination]. [Letter from "Windsor [sic] Castle [Pipe Spring], Arizona, May 10, 1872."]

1872 2.16367 Powell's exploring expedition. Deseret News, (August 7):10 [issue pagination]. [Letter from "Camp at the Mouth of the Dirty Devil river, On the Colorado River. June 24th, 1872."]

1872 2.16368 Powell's exploring expedition. Deseret News, (August 21):10 [issue pagination]. [Letter from Salt Lake City, August 10, 1872.]

1888 2.16396 The Mexican colonies. Description of the best routes for colonists, together with a great deal of valuable information about the climate and soil; also regarding customs duties, purchases of lands, etc. Deseret News, (October 31):14 [issue pagination]. [Mormon colonies. Includes mileages along routes that cross the Colorado River at Lees Ferry and Bonnelli's Ferry.]
Johnson, William Derby, Jr.

1993 2.17065 The diary of William Derby Johnson, Jr.; exploring southern Utah, 1872 (compiled and edited by great-granddaughter Sherri Haver). Rangelands, 15(3)(June):111-119.

2005 2.10566 William Derby Johnson, Jr.: Journal excerpts, 1850-1894 (Dorothy Fillerup Boyer, ed.). Mesa, Arizona: The editor, 354 pp.
Johnson, William H.

1903 2.3728 Pioneer Spaniards in North America. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. (see pp. 219-253). >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Johnson, William Weber

1958 2.3729 The Southwest. In: Moseley, Hardwick (ed.), The romance of North America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., pp. 155-176. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Johnston, A. A.; Canavan, S., Jr.; and Harding, Bruce

1913 2.16149 Gallup. In: Among Ourselves [section]. Santa Fe Magazine, 7(5)(April):98, 100. ["On a recent pleasant Sunday, W. P. Cavanaugh, revising clerk, and E. R. Ball, stenographer to Mr. Johnson, disguised as gentlemen-excuse us, we mean tourists-made a trip to the Grand Cañon. They rode 'shanks' mare' down the trail and back, and there was a shortage of liniment at the village drug store immediate after their return. they had a fine trip, but Ball is still wondering how much it cost Fred Harvey to build the cañon." (entire note of pertinence)]
Johnston, Charles

1920 2.21814 The two Mexicos. Atlantic Monthly, 126(November):703-709.
Johnston, Francis J.

1980 2.12528 Two southern California trade trails. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 2(1):88-96.
Johnston, Lew

1954 2.21506 To file or not to file. Flying, 55(6)(December):22-23, 48. [See box, p. 48, "Round Robin Flight Plan"; a Prescott-to-Prescott, Arizona, flying loop embracing Grand Canyon Inn, Cape Solitude, and Supai.]
Johnston, Melanie Lee

1984 2.3730 Marines are Yumans, too! Arizona Highways, 60(11):32-35. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1994 2.3731 When you go to the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 70(2):46-47.

1994 2.3732 Greetings from Arizona. Arizona Highways, 70(12):19-37. [Includes vintage postcards.]
Johnston, Philip

1928 2.7716 A symphony in stone. Touring Topics, 20(October):cover, 26-27, 45.

1929 2.7717 It's "Lonely Dell" no longer; second highest highway bridge in the world opens a magical and mysterious land for the motorist. Touring Topics, 21(June):14-19, 52. [Navajo Bridge.]

1931 2.7718 A national park in the desert; Boulder Canyon region may furnish a new and spectacular national playground when dam is completed and great lake is formed. Touring Topics, 23(January):12-21, 55.

1932 2.3733 The Grand Canyon from a new and thrilling viewpoint; the world's mightiest chasm, seen from lonely, isolated and only recently re-discovered Toroweap Point, affords a new mecca for venturesome motorists. Touring Topics, 24(June):cover, 11-13, 37-40. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Johnston, William Preston

1878 2.19374 The life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, embracing his services in the armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 755 pp. + advertisements. [See in Chapter 18, "The Desert Journey", transcriptions of letters written from Warner's Ranch, California, June 26, 1861 (p. 279), and letters from the march to and from Fort Yuma, Arizona, June 30 and July 5 (pp. 279-283), with interjections.]
Jón Ásbergsson, and Jón Kaldal

2012 2.20461 A good story to tell. (Eygló Svala Arnarsdóttir, translator. Photos by Páll Stefánsson.) Iceland Review (Street Edition) (Reykjavik), 2012(5):12-13. [Interview with Jón Ásbergsson, manager of Promote Iceland. See p. 13, regarding requirement for paid admission to certain areas. "For example, in all national parks in the U.S. visitors pay an entrance fee. People can arrive to Grand Canyon and enjoy the view from certain viewing platform without paying but they don't enter the canyons unless they've paid an entrance fee and must have applied for admission a long time in advance." (entire note, sic)]
Jonas, Tom

2009 2.13185 Wells in the desert; retracing the Mexican war trails of Kearny and Cooke through Baja California. Journal of Arizona History, 50(3)(Autumn):269-296.
Jones Lang LaSalle [firm]

no date 2.21984 Five reasons to consider Mexico: Prospects and realities for U.S. cross-border industrial opportunities. [No place]: Jones Lang LaSalle, 7 pp. (Perspectives on Global Supply Chains.) [Includes Mexicali, Baja California.]
Jones, Annie Campbell

1936 2.17933 Echoes from Grand Canyon. Independent Woman, 15(10):324. [Report from the West Central Regional Conference at Grand Canyon, August 23-25.]
Jones, Beverly F., and Smith, Betty H.

1979 2.3734 We went white-water rafting. Today's Education, 68(2):54-55.
Jones, Calico

1967 2.8363 First through the Grand Canyon. Real West, 10(May):27-29, 72-74. [James White.]
Jones, Charles

1972 2.3735 (ed.) Explorer's guide to the West. Volume 5. Rivers and lakes. San Jose, California: The H. M. Gousha Co., 154 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jones, Courtney Reeder

1993 2.3736 Memories of Wupatki: life in an ancient ruin. Journal of the Southwest, 35(1)(Spring):3-52 (see pp. 5, 17, 41, 42). [Diary and contemporary letters.]
Jones, Daniel Hutchins

1997 2.3737 The panorama from Point Sublime: John Wesley Powell's "religion of science" and the intellectual origins of his arid lands reforms. Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University, 337 pp. [^2.3738^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(3A):1050.]

1997 2.3738 The panorama from Point Sublime: John Wesley Powell's "religion of science" and the intellectual origins of his arid lands reforms [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(3A):1050.
Jones, Dewitt, and Trimble, Stephen

1986 2.3739 Canyon country. Portland, Oregon: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 160 pp. (Grand Canyon, pp. 146-159). >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1990 2.3740 Portrait of canyon country. Portland, Oregon: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 80 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jones, Dewitt, and Watkins, T. H.

1976 2.3741 John Muir's America. Portland, Oregon: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 159 pp. (see pp. 123, 131). >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jones, E.

1772 2.17188 A new and universal geographical grammar: or, a complete system of geography. Containing the ancient and present state of all the empires,kingdoms, states, and republics, in the world . . . . Vol. II. London: for G. Robinson and T. Evans, 496 pp. [See "New Mexico, including California", pp. 338-340.]
Jones, Florence Lee

1967 2.21946 Last days of St. Thomas--1938. From: St. Thomas [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 122-123. [Compiler's title. Facsimile reproduction of article from unidentified newspaper, regarding inundation of St. Thomas by Lake Mead. Title: "Last resident deserts home Saturday nite to lake water. Hugh Lord forced to flee rising tide; burns his house behind him. Water rise rapid. Measurements reveal lake is spreading at fast rate Sunday."]
Jones, Gracia N., and DeMille, Janice F.

1986 2.3742 History of Fredonia, Arizona, 1885-1985. Hurricane, Utah: Homestead Publishers, 216 pp. (Copyright Town of Fredonia, Arizona.)
Jones, Jack A., and Wu, Jiunn Jeng

2000 2.12317 Exploring Mars with ambient gas balloons and inflatable rovers. Workshops on Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration, Houston, TX, USA. [Separate seen, 2 pp. Includes note of plan for tire testing in Grand Canyon National Park.]
Jones, Jane Houston

2005 2.18457 Observing Comet Tempel 1. SJAA Ephemeris (San Jose Astronomical Association, San Jose, California), 16(8):1-2. [Comet 9P Tempel 1. See p. 1: "We showed the comet each night during the Grand Canyon Star [P]arty June 4-10 in the high altitude dark skies of northern Arizona when the comet was brighter and higher in the sky." (entire note)]
Jones, Jenkin Lloyd

1901 2.14140 Jess; bits of wayside gospel. New York: The Macmillan Co., and London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 312 [313] pp. [See p. 141: "The Grand Cañon of Colorado [sic] is coarse and cheap work accomplished by the prentice hand of Nature, compared to the chiselled beauty of a Mater Dolorosa, a mother of grief." (entire note)]

1907 2.18115 Love and loyalty. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 454 pp. [Sermons. See "Little Waves (1896)", pp. 217-234; Grand Canyon, p. 223.]
Jones, Joan

1981 2.21917 Civilian Conservation Corps. In: Centennial Book Committee, Trails, rails, and tales; Kingman's people tell their story, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave Graphics, Inc., pp. 218-223.
Jones, John

1976 2.3743 Wonders of the stereoscope. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1st American ed. (See p. 78.)
Jones, Karen R., and Wills, John

2009 2.12485 The American West; competing visions. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 344 pp.
Jones, Laura

2004 2.10010 (Chair, Cookbook Committee) Recipes from the rim; a collection from the community members of Grand Canyon National Park. Kearney, Nebraska: Morris Press Cookbooks, 192 + [16] + [16] pp.
Jones, Les

2001 2.8124 Les Jones. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 14(2)(Summer):22-31. [Interview.]
Jones, Leslie

1965 2.8125 Grand Canyon at low water. American Whitewater, 11(1)(Summer):4-.

1965 2.8126 The Colorado at low water. American Whitewater, 11(2)(Autumn):29-.
Jones, Ll. Rodwell, and Bryan, P. W.

1924 2.8817 North America; an historical, economic and regional geography. London: Methuen and Co., Ltd., 537 pp. (see p. 400).
Jones, Lois Earl

1967 2.21964 Joseph Ira Earl. From: Overton [section]. In: Hafner, Arabell Lee (compiler), 100 years on the Muddy. Springville, Utah: Art City Publishing Co., pp. 228-229.
Jones, Marian

1981 2.21907 Pioneers of the medical profession. In: Centennial Book Committee, Trails, rails, and tales; Kingman's people tell their story, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave Graphics, Inc., pp. 124-128.
Jones, Meredith

1918 2.17023 Forthcoming conveniences at Grand Canyon. In: Communications [section]. Santa Fe Magazine, 11 [sic, 12](4)(March):69.
Jones, Ray S. (Mrs.)

1951 2.20116 Discovery of Pipe Spring. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 14(3)(January):30. [Regarding article by Jay Ellis Ransom in November 1950 issue (see Item no. 2.5293). Pipe Spring, Arizona. Includes editor's reply.]
Jones, Rob

2012 2.17127 Zig Sondelski's Black Canyon canoe; part deux--flat water. The Rambler (Wasatch Mountain Club, Salt Lake City), (May):18-21.
Jones, Roger

1867 2.14823 "[Confidential.]" [square brackets thus]. As part of: Halleck, H. W., Report of Major General Halleck. From: Grant, Ulysses S., Report of the Secretary of War ad interim and General U.S. Army. As included in: Report of the Secretary of War. Part I. In: Message of the President of the United States and accompanying documents, to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the Second session of the Fortieth Congress. U.S. 40th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive Document 1, [enclosure] B-I., pp. 82-85. [Report on inspection of posts in Arizona and southern California. In list of enclosures to Halleck, B-I is titled there, "Colonel Roger Jones's report of affairs in Arizona, dated July 15, 1867."]
Jones, Rufus M.

1917 2.15888 A constructive Quaker policy in the present national crises. The Friend (Philadelphia), 90("Fifth-day, Sixth Month 21)[Thursday, June 21])(52):615-616. [First paragraph comprises remarks on seeing Grand Canyon; a metaphorical introduction for the theme of this article.]
Jones, Stan

1977 2.9860 Grand Canyon region. There's something about the splash of an oar. Outdoor Arizona, (August):22-25, 74.

1984 2.3745 Glen Canyon Dam and steel-arch bridge. Sun Country Publication, 38 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1998 2.3746 Stan Jones' ramblings by boat and boot in Lake Powell country. Page, Arizona: Sun Country Publications, 276 pp. [Includes Grand Canyon.]

2000 2.7467 Lake Powell celebration: March 14, 2000. The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 4(4):2-3.

2000 2.7251 [Letter to editor.] The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 11(1)(January-March):8. [Includes notes on Emery and Edith Kolb.]

2001 2.8127 Memories. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 12(2)(April/June):9-11.
Jones, Stanley A.

no date 2.11881 Spectacular Lake Powell and new Glen Canyon National Recreation Area; what to see and do in the fabulous vacationland surrounding Glen Canyon Dam, Wahweap Marina and Page, Ariz. [No place]: Sun Country Publications, 40 pp. (Sun Country Scenic Adventure.)

1964 2.3747 Arizona's future; nineteen hundred and sixty-four. Phoenix: Arizona State Republican Committee, 240 pp.
Jones, Stephen B.

1929 2.3748 The Coronado expedition. Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 3(10)(June):4-5. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1952 2.10638 The enjoyment of geography. Geographical Review, 42(4)(October):543-550.

1994 2.3749 The Coronado expedition. In: Lamb, Susan (ed.), The best of Grand Canyon Nature Notes. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, pp. 161-163. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Nature Notes, June, 1929.]
Jones, Stephen Vandiver

1949 2.9302 Journal of Stephen Vandiver Jones, April 21, 1871-December 14, 1872 (Herbert E. Gregory, ed.). In: The exploration of the Colorado River and the High Plateaus of Utah in 1871-72. Utah Historical Quarterly, 16-17:19-174.
Jones, T. Foster

2009 2.12744 Garage brand; Warren Tracy's Busted Knuckle is a total gas. In: Member Profile [section]. Costco Connection, (March):19. [Busted Knuckle Garage brand, created by former Phantom Ranch manager Warren G. Tracy. Phantom Ranch featured in article.]
Jones, Thomas D.

2001 2.16867 A globe that fills the sky: Geography from the Space Shuttle. Geographical Review, 91(1/2, Doing Fieldwork)(January/April):252-261. [See p. 259: "Although I miss the smell of pine needles and the crackle of the campfire, a crew sharing dinner on the shuttle's flight deck is not very different from a team breaking bread on a sandbar in the Grand Canyon." (entire note)
Jones, Tom

1906 2.9403 Scenic treasures of California, including Grand Canyon of Arizona. Kansas City, Missouri: Fred Harvey. (Copyright 1904-1906.)

1910 2.7719 Scenic treasures, California and Grand Canyon, Arizona. Kansas City, Missouri: Fred Harvey. ("Compiled, engraved, printed by Tom Jones, publisher of scenic sourvenirs, Cincinnati, O., made expressly and exclusively for Fred Harvey, Kansas City, Mo.") [Also compare similar title under "Fred Harvey", no date and 1908.]
Jones, W. Paul

1992 2.3750 Trinitarian thoughts on descending into the Grand Canyon. Theology Today, 49(3)(October):333-343.

1999 2.3751 Trinitarian thoughts. Take a look. Everything is connected. In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, pp. 169-174. [Reprinted from Jones (1992).]
Jordan, David Starr

1898 2.15628 Red-letter days. Land of Sunshine 9(3)(August):124-126.

1902 2.3752 The land of patience. 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. 88. [Several reprintings through 1909; pagination same in 1902, 1909 eds.]

1922 2.3753 The days of a man; being memories of a naturalist, teacher and minor prophet of democracy. Volume one, 1851-1899. Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York: World Book Co., 710 pp. (see pp. 620-625).

1981 2.3754 1898: The land of patience. In: Schullery, Paul (ed.), The Grand Canyon: early impressions. Boulder, Colorado: Colorado Associated University Press, pp. 95-97. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jordan, Glenn R.

2004 2.21324 39_Grand Canyon North Rim; "Top To Bottom Gang" rides again. In: Reports From the Field [section]. Arizona Trail News (Arizona Trail Association, Phoenix), 10(2)(Summer):6.
Jordan, Jeanie

1995 2.3755 Grand Canyon National Park. Salt Lake City: Great Mountain West Supply, 32 pp.
Jordan, John W.

1908 2.14416 (compiler, ed.) A century and a half of Pittsburg [sic] and her people; genealogical memoirs of the leading families of Pittsburg and vicinity. Volume IV. [Pittsburgh]: The Lewis Publishing Co., 491 pp. [See under Hiram Edmund Friesell (pp. 164-166), reference to Frederick Charles Friesell: "His most noted trip was the exploration of the Grand Canon of the Colorado in Arizona, though which he and one companion passed in a boat, spending several months on the trip and facing death many times." (entire note in the context of this bibliography)
Jordan, Nate

2011 2.15956 Nate Jordan, age 33. In: Guide Profile [section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(3)(Fall):14. [Interview.]
Jordan, Teresa

1998 2.3756 Sustenance. In: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (photographer, producer), Writing down the river; into the heart of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, pp. 120-127.

2000 2.7468 Field notes from the Grand Canyon; raging river, quiet mind; an illustrated journal (foreword by Ann H. Zwinger). [No imprint], [56] pp. (Printed by Johnson Printing, Boulder, Colorado.) FQ15:299 FQ16:117 FQ17:224
Jordon, E. L.

1956 2.3757 Hammond's illustrated travel guide; a pictorial encyclopedia of scenic America. Maplewood, New Jersey: C. S. Hammond and Co., 208 pp. (see pp. 125-128). >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1973 2.3758 Pictorial travel guide of scenic America. Maplewood, New Jersey: Hammond, Inc., 256 pp. (see pp. 200-201). >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Jorgenson, Pat

1999 2.3759 The vision of John Wesley Powell; true grit geologist. People, Land and Water (U.S. Department of the Interior), 6(2)(March/April):66-68.
Jorgenson, Paul

2007 2.14328 HF radio at Grand Canyon Caverns. Speleonics, 7(2)(June)(26):24-25. [High Frequency amateur radio.]
Jorstad, Stan

1997 2.3760 These rare lands; images of America's national parks (text by Mark Strand, foreword by Robert Redford). New York: Simon and Schuster Editions, 158 pp. (Copyright Questar, Inc.)
Joseph, Fran

1995 2.3761 Living the legend; Marge Tammen shares a memory. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Spring/Summer):14.

2004 2.10050 Move the boats #2. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 17(2)(Summer):27. [Historic boats.]
Joseph, Frank

2000 2.8128 Underground city of the Grand Canyon, fact or fable? Ancient American, 5(36):20-23.

2009 2.12715 (compiler, ed.) Unearthing ancient America; the lost sagas of conquerors, castaways, and scoundrels. Franklin Lakes, New Jersey: New Page Books, 287 pp.
Joseph, James

1970 2.19522 16th Annual Colorado River Cruise. Motor Boating, 125(5)(May):68-71. [See also erratum: (6)(June):142 (pertains to the "Editor's Note" that appeared on p. 68).]
Joy, Mary Grace

1981 2.21900 King Tut Mine; and placer mining. In: Centennial Book Committee, Trails, rails, and tales; Kingman's people tell their story, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave Graphics, Inc., pp. 31-33.

1981 2.21902 Ranching 1930-1981. In: Centennial Book Committee, Trails, rails, and tales; Kingman's people tell their story, 1882-1982. Kingman, Arizona: Mohave Graphics, Inc., pp. 44-53.
Joyce, Gare, and Duffy, Bryce

2013 2.20549 The life aquatic with Martin Strel; the world's greatest athlete is arrogant, obese, a little nuts--and a hero to a devoted following. Sportsnet (Toronto), (February 11):52-55, 66-67. [See p. 67 regarding his plan to swim the Colorado River through Grand Canyon.]
Joyce, Peggy

1969 2.3762 Bullhead City; striper derby. Colorado River Adventures, no. 15, pp. 32-33, 75. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Judd, Harriet R.

no date 2.16593 (compiler) Major Powell's survey plays part in Kanab history. Kanab, Utah: Kanab Heritage Council, [2], 8, 7, 9 pp., wraps. (“[A] project of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Camp Margery Stewart, Pearl Little, Captain. Furnished to the teachers of the schools in Kanab to better acquaint the students in learning Pioneer History.”) [Three chapters, each paginated separately.] [Reprinted 2002. Possibly another printing to be made, 2013.]
Judd, Neil M.

1967 2.3763 Return to Rainbow Bridge. Arizona Highways, (August):30-39. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1968 2.3764 Men met along the trail; adventures in archaeology. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 162 pp. Guidon 358
Judge, Joseph, and Edwards, Walter Meayers

1969 2.3765 Retracing John Wesley Powell's historic voyage down the Grand Canyon. National Geographic, 135(May):668-713. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Julliard, Georges

1898 2.13084 Au Nouveau Mexique; notes et impressions. Les Missions Catholiques (Paris), 30(1528)(September 10):441-444. [Includes Grand Canyon.] [Part of a serialized article.]
Jurado, Ramon

1922 2.19852 Wiping out the last frontier; inspired by thrift and good business sense the Chinese inhabitants have transformed a wide open, lawless town on the Mexican border into a model community. Illustrated World, 36(5)(January):683-684. [Mexicali, California.]
Jurgen, Rick

2014 2.21475 The dead deer at Yuma Point. In: Kempa, Rick (ed.), On foot; Grand Canyon backpacking stories. Flagstaff, Arizona: Vishnu Temple Press, pp. 118-129.
Jurn, Arnie

2003 2.12816 Flying to the Grand Canyon. Air Currents (Arizona Soaring Association, Glendale, Arizona), (2nd Quarter):1, 3.
Jurow, Kate

2003 2.9565 A summer in Grand Canyon. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Assocation Member Newsletter), 9(3)(Fall):1-2.

2006 2.10882 How the Grand Canyon changed my life. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 12(2)(Summer):11.
Jusserand, Jules J.

1911 2.16196 Jules J. Jusserand (Ambassador of France) at the dinner in his honor, December 2, 1910. In: Elderkin, John, Lord, Chester S., and Price, Charles W. (arrangers), Speeches at the Lotos Club. New York: Printed for the Lotos Club, pp. 468-473. (Volume cover title: After dinner speeches at the Lotos Club.) [See p. 471, in speaking of wonders of the West: "There is nothing to be compared with the Grand Cañon of Arizona, which in parts has a depth of which seems to lead to the nether regions, and wonders of coloring that remind you of the other extreme." (entire note)]
K., Dana

2001 2.8364 [Comments.] In: Questions and answers--What happens when you go left at bedrock? [feature]. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 5(2)(Summer):30.
Kabat, Sally G.

1994 2.3766 Home away from home: The architectural geography of hotels in the American Southwest, 1880-1920. Ph.D. dissertation, University of New Mexico, 325 pp. [^2.3767^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 56(5A):1855.]

1994 2.3767 Home away from home: The architectural geography of hotels in the American Southwest, 1880-1920 [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 56(5A):1855.
Kabotie, Fred

1977 2.3768 Fred Kabotie, Hopi Indian artist; an autobiography told with Bill Belknap. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 149 pp. FQ13A:23
Kadletz, Michael A.

2011 2.18569 New leadership beginning now! BCM Go Busing (Bus Conversions Magazine), 10(7)(November):2. [Author is publisher of BCM; notes in editorial, "When I passed on the magazine, I was (still am) involved in the Grand Canyon Inn on Route 66 in AZ. I enjoy that project and it keeps me busy." (entire note)]
Kaemmel, Otto

1902 2.21514 (ed.) Spamer's Illustrierte Weltgeschichte; mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Kulturgeschichte. V. Geschichte der Neueren Zeit; 1. Vom Beginn der großen Entdeckungen bis zum Dreißigjährigen Kriege. Leipzig: Verlag von Otto Spamer, 752 pp. [See p. 93, (European) discovery of Colorado River.]
Kagan, Sacha

2012 2.21057 Toward global (environ)mental change; transformative art and cultures of sustainability. (Heinrich Böll Foundation, ed.) Berlin: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, 39 pp. (Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Publication Series Ecology, Volume 20.) [Salton Sea, see pp. 19-20, 36.]
Kahler, Kathryn

1986 2.3769 Airborne views. National Parks, 60(March/April):14-19. [Air tours over national parks.] >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Kahn, David

2011 2.20528 Member spotlight: David Kahn. PSF News (Planetary Studies Foundation, Galena, Illinois), 21.4 (Winter 2011, Fourth Quarter) [sic]:6-7. [Includes brief note of a visit to Grand Canyon, with photo.]
Kaido, Betsy

2009 2.12746 Hiking and rafting the Grand Canyon. The Blade (Northern New York Paddlers, Schenectady, New York), (July 1):2-3.
Kaiser, Harvey H.

1997 2.3770 Landmarks in the landscapes: Historic architecture in the national parks of the West. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

2003 2.9401 An architectural guidebook to the national parks; Arizona, New Mexico, Texas. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 240 pp. [Cover title: An architectural guidebook to the national parks; Southwest; Arizona-New Mexico-Texas; spine title adds only "Southwest" to title.]
Kaiser, James

2004 2.10225 Grand Canyon; the complete guide. [Santa Monica, California]: Destination Press, 331 pp.

2005 2.10709 Grand Canyon; the complete guide. [No imprint], 2nd ed., 312 pp. (Copyright by Destination Press and its licensors.)

2007 2.11277 Grand Canyon; the complete guide. [No imprint], 3d ed., 295 pp. (Copyright by Destination Press and its licensors.)
Kalt, William D., III

2006 2.18782 Epes Randolph: Railroad man of the Southwest. Journal of Arizona History, 47(2)(Summer):131-154.
Kamen, Henry

2002 2.13620 Spain’s road to empire. London: Penguin Books.

2003 2.13621 Empire; how Spain became a world power, 1492-1763. New York: HarperCollins, 608 pp.

2003 2.13622 Imperio; la forja de España como potencia mundial (Amado Diéguez, translator). Madrid: Aguilar, 711 pp.

2004 2.13623 Empire; how Spain became a world power, 1492-1763. New York: Perennial Books.

2008 2.13624 Imperium hiszpanskie; dzieje rozkwitu i upadku (Tomasz Prochenka, translator). Warszawa: Bellona Spólka Akcyjna, 592 pp. (Dzieje Imperiów.) [In Polish.]

2008 2.13625 Ispaniiya; doroga k imperii (A. Demina and V. Kapustinoi, translators). Moskva: Istoricheskaiya Biblioteka (AST), 764 pp. [In Russian.]
Kane, Brian M.

2013 2.18854 "See America First"; Hal Foster's Union Pacific Railroad paintings. In: Foster, Al, Prince Valiant. Vol. 7: 1949-1950. Seattle, Washington: Fantagraphics Books, pp. 69-73.
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