Nature Notes

Vol. XV September - 1937 No. 3



Bagley, C. B., First Ascent of Mount Rainier. (In his, In the Beginning, 1905, pp. 11-15).

Hartman, J. P., Creation of Mount Rainier National Park. 1935.

Hawthorne, Julian, History of Washington; 1893, Vol. 3, pp. 264-280.

Hunt, History of Tacoma; 1916. Vol. 1. pp. 66-68; Vol. 12, pp. 94-103; Vol. 3, pp. 241-2.

Meany, E. S., Mount Rainier, A Record of Exploration. 1916.

Meany, E. S., Vancouver's Discovery of Puget Sound. 1915. pp. 99-101.

North Pacific History Co., History of the Pacific Northwest, 1899. Vol. 2, pg. 153.

Palmer, Mrs. Lou, Narrative of James Longmire. In Washington. Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXIII; No. 1 and 2.

Rensch, H. E., Mt. Rainier; its human history associations. 1935.

Snowdon, History of Washington. 1909, Vol. 1, pp. 202, 207, 209, 210; Vol. 2, pg. 182; Vol. 3, pg. 124; Vol. 4, pp. 229, 249, 254.

Tolbert, C. L., History of Mount Rainier National Park (type-written thesis of University of Washington.) 1933.

Vancouver, Captain Gee., Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, 1790-5. 1801, Vol. 1, pg. 235.

Wilkes Charles, Narrative of the U. S. Exploring Expedition, 1845, Vol. 4, pp. 413, 415, 424.

Winthrop, Theodore, Canoe and Saddle, 1862. pp. 43-45; 123-154.

Winthrop, Theodore, Canoe and Saddle. Ed. by J. H. Williams 1913; pp. 36-41; 100-122; 260; 273-274; 281-283; 309-318.

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Seattle Argus Historical Edition. Dec. 23, 1899, pg. 13, Discovery of Mount Rainier. George Vancouver.

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Government Publications

Geological Society of America. Memorial from the Geological Society of America and other societies from national parks in the State of Washington. July 26, 1894 (53rd Congress, 2nd session. Sen. misc. eoe. 247. In Vol. 5, Ser. #3171).

Lewis, J. H. Report from the committee on public lands favoring S. 2552 to set aside portion of Pacific (Mt. Rainier) Forest Reserve as Mount Rainier National Park, Feb. 24, 1899. (55th Cong. 3rd session, H. report 2300. In Vol. 2, Ser. #3840).

U. S. Geological Survey. 21st Annual Report, 1899-1900. Pt. 5, pp. 81-143. See also pp. 14, 16, Mount Rainier Forest Reserve, Washington. F. G. Plummer.

U. S. National Park Service. A History of Mt. Rainier. Mt. Rainier National Park "Nature Notes", Vol. 15, No. 2, June 1937. C. Frank Brockman.

U. S. President. Mount Rainier Forest Reserve (to include and supersede Pacific Forest Reserve) proclamation, Feb. 22, 1897. (In Richardson, compilation of messages and papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897. Vol. 9, pp. 777-9.)

U. S. President. Rainier Forest Reserve (formerly Mt. Rainier Forest Reserve) Washington. 2nd proclamation March 2, 1907. (In statutes at large, vol. 34, pt. 3, pg. 3296.)

U. S. War Department. Reports of explorations for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. 1853-4, Vol. 1, pg. 192.

U. S. War Department. Photo album prepared by survey of Paradise Highway (1904) under direction of Eugene Ricksecker. (Only copy for reference only, in Museum Library.)

Washington State University. e Memorial favoring establishment of national park to include Mount Rainier. Feb. 8, 1895. (53rd Congress, 3rd session, Sen. misc. doc. 95. In Vol. 1, Ser. #3281.)

Wilson, J. L. Report from committee on public lands favoring S. 2552 to set aside portion of Pacific (Mount Rainier) Forest Reserve as Mount Rainier National Park. May 31, 1898. (55th Cong. 2nd session, Sen. report 1163 in Vol. 6, Ser. #3625.)

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