RECREATION AND TOURISM IN THE MOUNTAINS
SOURCES AND ENDNOTES
1. United States Forest Service. "Mount Baker National Forest Park" brochure, 1932. University of Washington Libraries, Northwest Collection.
2. North Cascades National Park, Marblemount, Washington. Unaccessioned historical files: American Automobile Association, map of automobile roads, State of Washington, 8 May 1922.
3. Chelan Leader, 20 March 1902. Hereinafter cited as CL.
4. The Wenatchee Daily World of 28 July 1914 reported that Fred Fury from Pontiac, Illinois, gained distinction for driving the first auto from the head of Lake Chelan to the mouth of Bridge Creek, a distance of 12-1/2 miles. Fury noted that ". . . some few stumps and high places in the center need to be removed, but otherwise the road is good."
5. CL, 22 September 1892.
6. Federal Archives and Records Center, Seattle, Washington. Records of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Record Group 95. Portland Regional Office, Historical Files: Washington Hatchet, 1916: p. 37.
7. North Cascades National Park, Stehekin, Washington. Unaccessioned historical files. Numerous dates. Hereinafter cited as NOCA-Stehekin.
NOCA-Stehekin. United States Forest Service. The Land of Beautiful Water. USDA, Department Circular 91, 14 pp., n.d: p. 11.
8. Thompson, Thomas, Papers. Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. Numerous dates. Hereinafter cited as Thompson Papers.
Thompson Papers. Diary entries: 22 May 1916; 8 August 1916.
9. United States Forest Service, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Sedro Woolley, Washington. Unaccessioned historical files: Supervisor's Annual Report to District Forester, Mt. Baker National Forest, 12 October 1929.
Federal Archives and Records Center, Seattle, Washington. Records of the Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Record Group 95. Okanogan National Forest, Historical files: Letter from District Ranger to Forest Supervisor, 7 October 1929.
10. United States Department of the Interior and United States Department of Agriculture. North Cascades Study Report. Washington: USDI, USDA, 1965: p.47.
11. Works Progress Administration. Washington: A Guide to the Evergreen State. Portland, Oregon: Binfords and Mort, 1941: pp. 511 - 514.
12. Pitzer, Paul C. "The History of the Upper Skagit Valley, 1880-1924." Master's Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle, 1966: p.63.
13. CL, 22 September 1892.
14. CL, 1 October 1891.
15. CL, 27 January 1899.
16. NOCA-Stehekin: Oregon Native Son, "Lake Chelan and the Valley of the Stehekin, January 1900:pp.407-415.
17. See Appendix for list of first ascents within the park.
18. Rinehart, Mary Roberts. Tenting Tonight. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918:pp.l00-179. Hereinafter cited as Rinehart 1918.
19. Faure, Gene. "Silent Lawrie in the North Cascades." The Mountaineer, Volume 57, No. 4, 15 March 1964: p.86.
20. NOCA-Stehekin: Great Northern Railroad brochure, 1902.
21. Steele, Richard. An Illustrated History of Stevens, Ferry, Okanogan and Chelan Counties, State of Washington. Spokane: Western Historical Publishing Co., 1904:p.692.
22. CL, 22 September 1892.
23. CL, 25 August 1905.
24. United States Forest Service, Okanogan National Forest, Okanogan, Washington. Homestead Entry files, microfiche. Numerous names, dates and roll numbers. Hereinafter cited as USFS-Okanogan .
USFS-Okanogan. Field, microfiche roll 2.
Chelan Electric Co. map, 1913. Hereinafter cited as CE 1913.
25. Wenatchee Daily World, 27 April 1906. Hereinafter cited as WDW.
26. WDW, 26 July 1916.
27. WDW, 19 July 1919.
28. WDW, 28 April 1920.
29. CL, 21 September 1899.
30. NOCA-Stehekin. Historic photographs of Purple homestead, Stehekin photo file, n.d.
31. Courtney, Laurence. Taped interview by Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 2 August 1982. Transcript: p.35.
32. Morehead, Hobbie and Irene Sargo. Taped interview with Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 13-14 September 1984. Transcript: pp.86-87. Hereinafter cited as Morehead/Sargo 1984.
33. Pratt, Juanita Elgin. Taped interview by Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 22 December 1982. Transcript: pp.3-10.
34. Stone, Carol M., comp. Stehekin: Glimpses of the Past. Friday Harbor, Washington: Long House Printcrafters and Publishers, 1983: p.236.
35. Golden West Lodge brochure, n.d. University of Washington Libraries, Northwest Collection, Seattle, Washington.
36. Luxenberg, Gretchen A. Historic Structures Inventory: North Cascades National Park Service Complex. Seattle: National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Regional Office 1984:p.92-99. Hereinafter cited as Luxenberg 1984.
37. Gerding, Helen. "Rough Going in the Chelans." Mazama, Vol. 23, No. 12, December 1941 :pp.43-47.
Bell, Lloyd. Taped interview by Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 17 April 1982. Transcript:pp. 20, 25. Hereinafter cited as Bell 1982.
38. Bell 1982, 23.
39. Morse, Fran. Taped interview by Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 24 May 1983. Transcript:pp.1-11.
40. NOCA- Stehekin. United States Forest Service, "Lake Chelan: Health and Recreation," n.d. Photocopy.
41. CL, 19 July 1907.
42. Courtney, Curtice and Beryl. October 1985. Telephone interview with author, 30 October 1985. Miller, Mary Ellen. Telephone interview with author, 10 October 1985.
Morehead/Sargo 1984, 83.
43. Wilsey, Bill. Taped interview with Gay Robertson, Stehekin, Washington, 10 May 1982. Transcript: p.12.
44. Seattle Lighting Department. Papers. Seattle, University of Washington Libraries, Manuscripts: Letter from L.B. Pagter to Seattle City Light, 5 May 1930.
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