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Mount Rainier: Its Human History Associations
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BIBLIOGRAPHY, PART I


(Books and other items examined more or less thoroughly)

ALLEN, G. F.
1916 Forests of Mt. Rainier National Park. Washington, Govt. Print. Off. U. S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary.
ARNOLD, RALPH
1902 "Bibliography of the literature referring to the geology of Washington" in Annual Report, Washington Geological Survey. Henry Landes, State Geologist. Volume I, Report for 1901, pp. 323-338. Olympia, Wash., Givin Hicks, State Printer.
ARROWSMITH
1814 "A map exhibiting all the new discoveries in the interior part of North America." In Paullin, Atlas of Historic Geog.
BAGLEY, CLARENCE B., Editor
1915 "Documents: Journal of Occurences at Nisqually House, 1833." In Washington Historical Quarterly, VI, No. 3 to VII, No. 2, July, 1915-April.
1905 "In the beginning." Chap. LXIV of Ezra Meeker, Pioneer Reminiscences of Puget Sound, Washington, Lowman & Hanford.
BANCROFT, HERBERT HOWE
1886 History of the Northwest Coast. 2 vols. Vol. XXVII & XXVIII of The Works of Herbert Howe Bancroft. San Francisco, The History Company.
1886 History of Oregon 1834-1888. 2 vols. Vols. XXIX and XXXX of The Works of Herbert Howe Bancroft. San Francisco, The History Company.
BONNEVILLE, B. L. E.
1837 Map published in Irving's "The Rocky Mountains . . ." Based on sketch map by Capt. B. L. E. Bonneville, who explored West 1832-1835. Had little influence at the time, for old errors which this map corrects were repeated on many succeeding maps. Reproduced in Paullin's "Atlas of Hist. Geog." plate 31-A.
CLARK, CAPTAIN WILLIAM
1810 Map published in Paul Allen, "History of the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark." Philadelphia, 1814, vol. 2, frontispiece. Paullin's reproduction plate 32-A from Elliott Coues, "History of the expedition under the command of Lewis & Clark," New York, Vol. 4, pocket. Clark drew the map in 1810. "This map became a factor in the westward movement" in stimulating interest in the northwest.
COLTEN, G. W. and C. B.
1867 Inset of Colton's large map of the "United States of America, showing the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean," New York. "With a few exceptions . . . the nomenclature of this map has not changed." Reproduced in Paullin, 1932, plate 32-D.
DENMAN, A. H.
1924 The name of Mount Tacoma. Urging the official removal from America's most sublime mountain of the name Rainier and the perpetuation by official adoption of the original Indian name therefor in its most appropriate, euphonious, and generally accepted form--Tacoma. Tacoma, Washington, Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Lions Club, Gym Club. April, 1924.
BRUCE, HERBERT I. and H. H. McALISTER
1897 In Seattle Post-Intelligencer. November 7, 1897.
COTTERILL, GEORGE F.
1928 The climax of a world quest: the story of Puget Sound, the modern Mediterranean of the Pacific. Seattle, Wash., Olympic Publishing Company.
DAVIDSON, GEORGE
1907 "The Name 'Mt. Rainier'", in Sierra Club Bulletin, VI, No. 2, January, 1907, 87-99.
DAVIDSON, GEORGE
1869 Pacific Coast. Coast pilot of California, Oregon, and Washington Territory. U. S. Coast Survey, Pacific Coast. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
EMMONS, S. F.
1871 "Glaciers of Mt. Rainier." American Jour. of Sci., 3d series I, 1871, 161-165.
1876 "Ascent of Mt. Rainier, with sketch of summit." The Nation, November 23, 1876, p. 313.
1877 "The volcanoes of the Pacific Coast of the United States." In Journal of American Geographical Society IX, p.45.
1877 Washington Territory: her past, her present, and the elements of wealth which ensure her future. An address delivered at the Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, Sept. 2, 1876. Olympia, C. B. Bagley, Public Printer.
GIBBS, GEORGE
1855 Report of Mr. George Gibbs to Capt. McClellan on the Indian tribes of the territory of Washington. In Pacific Railroad Reports I, 402-434.
GILL, J. K.
1882 New county and township map of Oregon and Washington. Portland, Oregon, J. K. Gill & Co.
GREENHOW, ROBERT
1840 Map in "The North-West—Coast of North America and adjacent territories." Reproduced in Paullin's Atlas, plate 31-C. Drawn by David H. Burr, a cartographer of note.
HENSHAW, FRED F. and GLENN L. PARKER
1913 Water powers of the Cascade Range, Part II. Cavlity, Nisqually, Puyallup, White, Green, and Cedar drainage basins. U. S. Geol. Survey, Dept. of Interior. Water Supply paper 313. Prepared in cooperation with the Washington State Board of Geol. Survey. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
HUNT, HERBERT
1916 Tacoma, its history and its builders, a half century of activity. Chicago, S. J. Clarke Pub. Co.
INGRAHAM, MAJOR E. S.
1916 "Discovery of Camp Muir, 1888," in Meany, E. S., Mt. Rainier, A Record of Explorations, 1916, pp. 150&158.
JUDSON, KATHARINE B.
1913 Subject index to the history of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska as found in the U. S. Governmental Documents. Congressional Series, in the American State Papers, and in other documents, 1789-1881. Olympia, Wash., Washington State Library.
KAUTZ, A. V.
1875 "Ascent of Mt. Rainier," in The Overland Monthly, XIV, No. 5, May, 1875, pp. 393-403.
LANDES, HENRY
1905 "Field Notes on Mt. Rainier, 1905," in Meany, E. S. Mt. Rainier, a record of exploration, 1916, pp. 194-200.
1917 "A geographic dictionary of Washington." Bulletin 17, Washington Geological Survey, Olympia, Frank M. Lambow, Public Printer.
LONGMIRE, JAMES
1892 In Tacoma Sunday Ledger, August 21, 1892.
McWORTER, LUCULUS V.
1917 "Chief Shiskin's true narrative," in the Washington Historical Quarterly VIII, No. 2, April, 1917, pp. 96-101.
MATTHES, F. E.
1914 "Mt. Rainier and its glaciers," in U. S. Dept. of Interior Bulletin.
MEANY, EDMOND S., EDITOR
1926 Diary of Wilkes in the Northwest. Seattle, University of Washington Press. Reprinted from the Washington Historical Quarterly , 1925-1926.
1916 "First American Settlement on Puget Sound." In Washington Historical Quarterly VII, No. 2, April, 1916, pp. 136-143.
1916 Mount Rainier, a record of exploration. New York, The Macmillan Company.
1926 1915 "Mount Rainier encircled with verse," in the Post-Intelligencer, Magazine Section. Seattle, September 12, 1915.
1916 "Place names and elevations in Mt. Rainier National Park," in his Mt. Rainier, a record of explorations, 1916, pp. 302-325.
1911 "Two studies in the history of the Pacific Northwest: (1) the towns of the Pacific northwest were not founded on the fur trade; (2) Morton Matthew McCarver, frontier city builder." In Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the year 1909. Washington, pp. 165-180.
1907 Vancouver's discovery of Puget Sound. New York, the MacMillan Company. Reprinted 1915.
MEEKER, EZRA
1903 Pioneer reminiscences of Puget Sound. Seattle, Lowman & Hanford.
MENZIES, ARCHIBALD
1923 Menzies' journal of Vancouver's voyage, April to October, 1792. In Archives of British Columbia: Memoir No. V. Edited by C. F. Newcombe, M. D. Victoria, printed by authority of the Legislative Assembly.
MUIR, JOHN
1918 "An ascent of Mt. Rainier," in his Steep Trails, edited by William Frederic Bade, Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin Company, pp. 261-270. Picture, p. 262.
MULLAN, CAPTAIN JOHN
1865 Miners and travelers' guide to Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado via the Missouri and Columbia rivers, accompanied by a general map of the mineral region of the northern sections of the Rocky Mountains. New York, Wm. M. Franklin.
OLYMPIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
1924 The great myth, "Mount Tacoma." Mount Rainier and the facts of history. Olympia, Washington, the Olympia Chamber of Commerce and the Thurston County pioneer and historical society.
PAMPHLETS ON WASHINGTON STATE, Volume I
PAMPHLETS ON OREGON, Volume II
PARKER, SAMUEL
1838 Journal of an exploring tour beyond the Rocky Mountains under the direction of the A. B. C. F. M. performed in the years 1835-36-37.
PAULLIN, CHARLES D.
1932 Atlas of the historical geography of the United States by Charles O. Paullin, edited by John K. Wright. Washington, published jointly by Carnegie Institution of Washington and the American Geographical Society of New York.
PLUMMER, FRED G.
1900 "Mount Rainier Forest Reserve, Washington" in 21st Annual Report of U. S. Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior 1899-1900. Charles D. Walcott, director. Part V. Forest reserves, Henry Gannet, Chief of Division, pp. 81-144. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
PUTNAM, GEORGE PALMER
1915 "The God Mountain of Puget Sound" in his In the Oregon Country, pp. 130-152. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1915.
RATCLIFF, EVELYN MARIANNE
1906 "The Sierra Club's Ascent of Mt. Rainier" in Sierra Club Bulletin VI, No. 1 (January, 1906), 1-6.
ROCKWOOD, ELEANOR RUTH, Compiler
1923 Books on the Pacific Northwest for small libraries. New York, the H. W. Wilson Company.
RUFFNER, W. H.
1889 A report on Washington Territory. New York, Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway.
RUSSELL, ISRAEL COOK
1897 "Glaciers of Mount Rainier with a paper on the rocks of Mount Rainier by George Otis Smith" in Eighteenth Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey. Part II. Charles D. Walcott, Director. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., pp. 349-424.
SCHAFER, JOSEPH
1906 A history of the Pacific Northwest. New York, t The MacMillan Company. Revised edition, 1918.
SCHMOE, F. W.
1925 Our greatest mountain: A handbook for Mount Rainier National Park, with 64 illustrations and a map.
SIERRA CLUB BULLETINS

San Francisco, The Sierra Club, 1893-1934.
SMITH, CHARLES W., Compiler
1909 Check-list of books and pamphlets relating to the history of the Pacific Northwest to be found in representative libraries of that region. Olympia, Wash., E. L. Boardman, public printer. Edition 2, The H. W. Wilson Company, New York, 1921.
SMITH, CHARLES W., Compiler
1921 Pacific Northwest Americana, a checklist of books and pamphlets relating to the history of the Pacific Northwest. Edition 2, revised and enlarged. New York, the H. W. Wilson Company.
SMITH, E. EGGLESTON
1911 "Coals of the State of Washington." U. S. Dept. of Interior, Geological Survey, Bulletin 474. Washington Govt. Print. Off.
SMITH, FRANCIS E.
1924 The great mountain of the northwest: a true history. Tacoma, Barrett-Redfield Press.
SMITH, GEORGE OTIS
1897 "The Rocks of Mount Rainier" in Meany, E. S., Mount Rainier, A Record of Exploration, 1916, 241-253. Appeared first in 18th Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, Part II, 1896-7. (See Russell, Israel Cook)
SMITH, J. CALVIN
1843 "Map of North America", an inset of "Map of the United States, including Canada and a large portion of Texas." Smith used surveys of General Land Office, using results of some recent explorers, possibly Fremont. The Bonneville and Greenham maps were also used with changes and additions. Reproduced in Paullin, 1932, Plate 32-C.
SNOWDEN, CLINTON A.
1909 History of Washington: The rise and progress of an American state. In 4 vols. New York, The Century History Company.
SPERLIN, O. B.
1917 Washington forts of the fur trade regime. In Washington Historical Society Quarterly, VIII, No. 2 (April, 1917), 102-113.
STEVENS, GENERAL HAZARD
1876 "The Ascent of Mount Takhoma" in the Atlantic Monthly, XXXVIII, No. CCXXIX; November, 1876, 511-530.
TACOMA JUSTICE TO THE MOUNTAIN COMMITTEE
1917 The Mountain. Brief submitted to the Geographic Board urging the official removal from America's most sublime mountain of the name Rainier and the perpetuation by official adoption of the original Indian name therefore in its most appropriate euphonious and generally accepted form - Tacoma. Tacoma, Justice to the Mountain Committee, May 2, 1917.
TOLMIE, WILLIAM FRASER
1912 "Journal of William Fraser Tolmie, 1833." In Washington Historical Quarterly III, No. 3 (July, 1912), 229-241.
TOLMIE, WILLIAM FRASER
1833 "Documents: First attempt to ascend Mount Rainier" in Washington Historical Quarterly I, No. 1, Oct., 1906, 77-81.
U. S. CONGRESS, HOUSE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS
1839 Territory of Oregon (supplement report). Rep. No. 101, House of Representatives, 25th Congress, 3d Session, Feb. 16, 1839.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FOREST SERVICE
1915 Map of Rainier National Forest.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, BULLETIN NO. 103
1920 Mountain outings on the Rainier National Forest. Washington, Govt. Pring. Off.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
1914 Thirteenth census of the United States taken in the year 1910. Supplement for Washington. Population, agriculture, manufactures, mines, and quarries. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Topographic Atlas sheets, or quadrangles, surveyed and printed by the U. S. Geological Survey. Mount Rainier quadrangle.
U. S. GEOGRAPHIC BOARD
1917 In the matter of the proposal to change the name of Mount Rainier. Statement of Charles Tallmadge Conover, representing numerous citizens of the State of Washington in favor of retaining the present name, and oral presentation by C. T. Conover and Victor J. Farrar. The Decision.
U. S. GEOGRAPHIC BOARD
1924 Report of United States Geographic Board on S. J. Res 64, a joint resolution to change the name of "Mount Rainier" to "Mount Tacoma" and for other purposes. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.
U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT
1855 Report of exploration for a route for the Pacific Railroad, near the forty-seventh and forty-ninth parallels of north latitude, from St Paul to Puget Sound by I. I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, in Vol. I of Pacific Railroad Reports. Washington, Beverly Tucker, printer.
1860 Narrative and final report of exploration for a route for a Pacific Railroad near the forty-seventh and forty-ninth parallels of north latitude from St. Paul to Puget Sound by Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory. Washington, Thos. H. Ford, printer.
VANCOUVER, CAPTAIN GEORGE
1798 A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and round the World. 3 vols. London, G. G. & J. Robinson and J. Edwards. New edition in 6 vols. London, 1801, John Stockdale.
1798 Map of Puget Sound region.
VAN TRUMP, PHILEMON BEECHER
1894 "Mount Takhoma" in Sierra Club Bulletin, I, No. 4. 4, May, 1894, 109-132.
1900 In Mazama. October, 1900.
WALKINSHAW, ROBERT
1929 On Puget Sound. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons.
WASHINGTON HISTORIAN
1899 Vols. I and II, 1899-1901. A quarterly published by the Washington State Historical Society. Tacoma, Washington, Feb., 1899-July, 1901.
WASHINGTON (STATE) BUREAU OF STATISTICS, AGRICULTURE & IMMIGRATION
1903 Resources and capabilities of Washington, 1903. Olympia, Wash., Gwin Hicks, printer.
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
1906 Commemorative celebration at Sequalitchen Lake, Pierce County, Washington, July 5, 1906, at 2 o'clock p.m. 2nd edit., under the auspices of Pierce County Pioneer Association. n.d.
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, PUBLICATIONS
1907-1914 Olympia, Washington, F. M. Lamborn, public printer, 1915. Part VI. "Papers relating to Mount Tacoma Rainier," pp. 399-464, Chap. I, "The Ascent of Takhoma" by General Hazard Stevens. Reprint from Atlantic Monthly, November, 1876. Chap. II, "Indian Superstitions" by Rev. P. F. Hylebos. Chap. III, "Correspondence relative to the Indian names of the great mountain."
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications in Anthropology. Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1920-1934.
WASHINGTON (STATE) WORLDS FAIR COMMISSION
1892-3 The state of Washington: a brief history of the discovery, settlement and organization of the "Evergreen State" as well as a compilation of official statistics showing the material development of the state up to date. Tacoma, Tacoma Daily News Print.
WICKERSHAM, HON. JAMES
1893 Is it "Mt. Tacoma" or "Rainier?" What do history and tradition say? Tacoma, Proceedings of Tacoma Academy of Science, Feb. 6, 1893.
WILKES, CHARLES
1845 Narrative of the United States exploring expedition during the years 1838-1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, with illustrations and maps. 5 vols. Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard.
WILLIAMS, JOHN H.
1910 The Mountain that was "God," being a little book about the great peak which the Indians called "Tacoma" but which is officially named "Rainier." Tacoma, published by the author.
WILLIAMS, JOHN H., Editor
1913 The canoe and the saddle, or Klalom and Klickatat by Theodore Winthrop, to which are now first added his western letters and journals. Tacoma, John H. Williams.
WILLIS, BAILEY
1883 "Canyons and glaciers - a journey to the ice fields of Mt. Tacoma." In the Northwest I, No. 2, April, 1883, p. 2.
1888 "Mount Rainier and its glaciers." In Bulletin of Washington Philosophical Society X, 1888, p. 10. Washington, D. C.
WINTHROP, THEODORE
1863 The canoe and the saddle, adventures among the northwestern rivers and forests; and Isthmiama, Edition 5. Boston, Ticknor and Fields.
YOUNG, E. WELDON
1901 "The Mazamas on Mt. Rainier." In Sierra Club Bulletin III, No. 4, June, 1901, 271-287.



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