(This bibliography has been selected from a much larger assembly of references and represents a listing of those which appeared to be the most substantive.)
Albright, Horace M. More Park or All Forest: Highest Use vs. Multiple Use. Sierra Club Bulletin, April-May, 1960. 5 pp., illustrated.
American Forests. Western Pine Association Denounces Glacier Peak Wilderness Area. October, 1960. 1 p., illustrated.
Bonneville Power Administration. An Economic Appraisal of the North Cascades AreaPreliminary Draft. March 17, 1964. 23 pp. (Processed.)
Brower, David R. Crisis in the Northern Cascades: The Missing Million. Sierra Club Bulletin, February, 1959. 6 pp., illustrated.
Brower, David R. Scenic Resources for the Future. Sierra Club Bulletin, December, 1956. 11 pp.
Case, Robert Ormond and Virginia. Last Mountains: The Story of the Cascades. Doubleday, Doran and Company, Garden City, New York. 1945. 236 pp., illustrated.
Collins, Bernard C. Land Use Conflict in the North Cascades Wilderness of Washington State. Thesis, University of Michigan. 1962. 149 pp., illustrated. (Typed.)
Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee, Recreation Subcommittee. Recreation Survey of the Pacific Northwest Region. Part One: Existing Recreation Areas. March, 1961. 58 pp., maps and tables. (Processed.)
Part Two: Potential Recreation Areas. 84 pp. illustrated. October 1964.
Douglas, William O. America's Vanishing Wilderness. Ladies Home Journal, July, 1964. 6 pp., illustrated.
Douglas, William O. My Wilderness: The Pacific West. Doubleday and Company, Garden City, New York. 1960. 206 pp., drawings.
Fager, Don., M.D. Figures Support Northern Cascades Conservationists. Sierra Club Bulletin, April 1959. 1 p.
Forest Service, Department of Agriculture: Forest Service Manual, Title 2100, Multiple Use Management. Forest Service Manual, Title 2300, Recreation and Management. Establishment and Modification of National Forest Boundaries, A Chronologic Record 1891-1962. September, 1962. 96 pp., tables.
Highlights in the History of Forest Conservation. (Agriculture Information Bulletin No. 83), Revised. June, 1961. 29 pp.
Historical List of National Forest Names, with An Explanation of the Disposition of Former National Forests and Names. Revised. June 1, 1957. 11 pp. (Processed.)
Management Objectives and Policies for the High Mountain Forests of the Pacific Northwest Region. April, 1962. 8 pp.
National Forest Recreation Ways, A Development Opportunity. December, 1963. 20 pp., illustrated. (Processed.)
Official Report of Proceedings before the USDA in the Matter of the Proposed Establishment of Glacier Peak Wilderness. Volume 1, October 13, 1959, Bellingham, Washington. 217 pp. (Processed.)
Volume 2, October 16, 1959, Wenatchee, Washington. 294 pp. (Processed.)
Principal Laws Relating to the Establishment and Administration of the National Forests and to Other Forest Service Activities, The. (Agriculture Handbook No. 20), Revised. July, 1964. 127 pp.
Timber Resources for America's Future. January 1958. 713 pp., illustrated.
Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region: Analysis of National Forest Lands Included in a Proposal for a Northern Cascades National ParkPreliminary. December, 1962. 67 pp., and appendices. (Processed.)
Cascade Crest Trail, Washington, Pacific Crest Trail System. 1961. 15 pp., illustrated and maps.
Historical DataMount Baker National Forest. 1950. 151 pp. (Processed.)
Multiple Use Plan for the North Cascades Study Area. July, 1963. Approximately 265 pp., illustrated. (Processed.)
Preliminary Report on North Cascade National Park Study Area. April, 1940. 27 pp. (Typed.)
Report on Proposed North Cascade Wilderness AreaMt. Baker and Okanogan National Forests, Washington. February 6, 1962. 31 pp., and appendices. (Processed.)
Report on the Recreation Resources of the National Forests in the North Cascades, A. (2 parts: Part 1, text. Part 2, maps.) December, 1963. 51 pp., illustrated.
Study and Reclassification of the North Cascade Primitive Area, Mt. Baker and Okanogan National Forests. 1960. (Brochure.)
Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. Various Forest Survey Reports, 1940 through 1962.
Freeman, Otis Willard, and Martin, Howard H., editors. The Pacific Northwest: An Overall Appreciation. John Wiley & Sons, New York. 1954. 540 pp., illustrated.
Goldsworthy, Patrick D. The North Cascades on the Witness Stand. Sierra Club Bulletin, November, 1963. 2 pp.
Heald, Weldon F. The Undiscovered Cascades. National Parks Magazine, October, 1959. 4 pp., illustrated.
Heald, Weldon F. The Wilderness Alps of Washington. Summit Magazine, November, 1959. 7 pp., illustrated.
Held, Burnell. An Economic Analysis of Proposed Changes in the Use and Management of the National Forest Lands in the North Cascades. November, 1964. 47 pp., and appendices. (Typed.)
Hessey, Charles D., Jr. Across the North Cascade Primitive Area. The Living Wilderness, Autumn-Winter, 1961. 5 pp., illustrated.
Hogan, J. B., and Mitchell, J. R. North Cascade Wilderness Area. The Living Wilderness, Autumn, 1953. 2 pp., map.
Horn, Huston. There Are No Wet Blankets at Snoqualmie. Sports Illustrated, January 6, 1964. 9 pp., illustrated.
Interior, U.S. Department of:
Highlights in the History of Forest and Related Natural Resource Conservation. (USDI Conservation Bulletin 41), 1959. 35 pp., illustrated.
United States Department of the Interior Forest Conservation. (USDI Conservation Bulletin 42), 1960. 86 pp., illustrated.
Pacific Northwest: Needs, Resources and Development. Proposal for An Integrated Program for the Department of the Interior in the Pacific Northwest. Pacific Northwest Field Committee. 1949. 59 pp., and appendices. (Processed.)
Irwin, Robert A. Call to the Wilderness: A Family's Hike into the Northern Cascades. 1965 World Book Year Book. 16 pp., illustrated.
Izaak Walton Magazine. Motor Scooter vs. Forest Service Recreation Use. July, 1965. 1 p.
Joint Forest Service-National Park Service Report. "Exploratory Coordinated Planning ReportMt. Rainier National Park, Snoqualmie National Forest and Gifford Pinchot National Forest." Laurence O. Barrett, Forest Supervisor, Snoqualmie National Forest; and John A. Rutter, Superintendent, Mount Rainier National Park. January, 1965. 47 pp., and map. (Processed.)
Living Wilderness, The. North Cascades Park. (Endorsed by Wilderness Society) Winter-Spring, 1964. 1 p., and map.
Manning, Harvey. The Wild Cascades: Forgotten Parkland. Sierra Club, San Francisco. 1965. 128 pp., illustrated.
McConnell, Grant. The Cascades Wilderness. Sierra Club Bulletin, December, 1956. 8 pp.
McConnell, Grant. The Multiple Use Concept in Forest Service Policy. Sierra Club Bulletin, October, 1959. 16 pp.
Miller, Tom (photographs), and Manning, Harvey (text). The North Cascades. The Mountaineers, Seattle. 1964. 95 pp., illustrated.
Mountaineers, The. Recommended Glacier Peak Wilderness Area. Living Wilderness, Autumn, 1959. 11 pp., illustrated.
National Parks Association. Northern Cascades and the Need for Unity. (Editorial) Anthony Wayne Smith. National Parks Magazine, January, 1961. 1 p.
National Parks Association. Policy Report of the President and General Counsel. Pacific Northwest. November 19, 1963. 1 p.
National Parks Association. Your NPA at Work. (Endorsement of Glacier Peak Wilderness Area larger than that proposed by Forest Service.) National Parks Magazine, November, 1959. 1 p.
National Park Service, Department of the Interior:
Mount Rainier. (Illustrated fold-out brochure.) Revised. April 1964. Map.
National Park Potentialities in the Cascade Mountains of Washington. National Park Service Cascades Committee, O. A. Tomlinson, Chairman. 1940. 27 pp. (Typed.)
Our HeritageA Plan for Its Protection and UseMission 66. Undated. 32 pp., illustrated.
Organization Volume, Part 5Policies. (National Park Service Release No. 61). June 10, 1965. 35 pp. (Processed.)
Report of Committee, Northern Cascades Area Investigation. O. A. Tomlinson and others. 1937. 40 pp. (Typed.)
North Cascades Conservation Council:
Critique of North Cascade Resource Reports and Commentary by Washington Forest Area Use Council. June, 1964. 8 pp. (Processed.)
Prospectus for A North Cascades National Park. Edited by J. Michael McCloskey. July, 1963. 130 pp., illustrated. (Processed.)
The Wild Cascades. (Issues released between September, 1962, and March, 1965.) Edited by Harvey Manning. Seattle.
North Cascades Study Team Resource Subcommittee Study Reports:
Fish and Wildlife Study Report. Arthur W. Greeley,
Chairman, Fish and Wildlife Subcommittee Team. February, 1964. 82 pp., and maps.
Minerals and Geology Study Report. George A. Selke, Chairman, Minerals and Geology Subcommittee Team. February, 1964.
Part I: Report. Approximately 265 pp.
Part II: Maps and Supplementary Material. Range Resource Study Report. Arthur W. Greeley,
Chairman, Range Resource Subcommittee Team. January, 1964. 22 pp., map.
Recreation Study Report. George B. Hartzog, Chairman, Recreation Resource Subcommittee Team. 1963.
Part I: Outdoor Recreation in the Northern Cascades Today and Tommorrow. 95 pp.
Part II: Statistical Compendium Socio-Economic Analysis. 192 pp.
Timber Resource Study Report. Arthur W. Greeley, Chairman, Timber Resource Subcommittee Team. January, 1964. 17 pp., and appendices.
Water and Power Resources Report. Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee. January 31, 1964.
Part I: Summary. 41 pp., maps and tables.
Part II: Specific Investigations. Approximately 215 pp., illustrated.
Summary Statement. Owen Stratton, Chairman, Water and Power Resources Subcommittee Team. 31 pp.
Oberteuffer, Margaret. A Northern Cascades Wilderness Trek. Living Wilderness, Autumn, 1959. 9 pp., illustrated.
Onthank, Karl W. Last Stand in Western Wilderness: A Report on Limited Areas. Western Outdoor Quarterly, Summer, 1957.
Osseward, John. Land Laws and Land Usage in Washingington State. The Mountaineer, 1961. 26 pp., illustrated.
Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission. Outdoor Recreation for America: A Report to the President and to the Congress. January, 1962. 246 pp., illustrated.
Park, Edwards and Revis, Kathleen. Washington Wilderness, The North Cascades. National Geographic Magazine, March, 1961. 34 pp., illustrated.
Peattie, Roderick (editor). Cascades: Mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Vanguard Press. 1949. 417 pp., illustrated.
Rettie, James. Resource Reports of the North Cascades Study: Assessment of Their Economic Features. June, 1964. 15 pp., and map. (Processed.)
Rinehart, Mary Roberts. A Pack-Train in the Cascades. Cosmopolitan Magazine, August, 1917. 9 pp., illustrated. September, 1917, 9 pp., illustrated. October, 1917. 11 pp., illustrated.
Sainsbury, George R. Climbers Guide to the Cascade and Olympic Mountains of Washington. American Alpine Club. 1961. (Based on previous edition by Fred Beckey.) 386 pp., illustrated.
Sierra Club Bulletin. The Last Chance for A Northern Cascades National Park. December, 1964. 17 pp., illustrated.
Sierra Club Bulletin. Recommendations on Wilderness. April, 1957. 1 p.
Simons, David R. The Need for Scenic Resource Conservation in the Northern Cascades of Washington. Sierra Club. 1958. 36 pp. (Processed.)
Stone, J. Herbert. Glacier Peak Wilderness Proposal. Living Wilderness, Autumn, 1959. 4 pp., illustrated.
Sunset Magazine. Goat-Watching in the Cascades. February, 1963.
Sunset Magazine. Our Wilderness Alps. June, 1965. 14 pp., illustrated.
Ulrichs, Hermann F. The Cascade Range in Northern Washington. Sierra Club Bulletin, February, 1937. 11 pp.
Van Name, Willard Gibbs. Vanishing Forest Reserves: Problems of the National Forests and National Parks. The Gorham Press. 1929. 190 pp., illustrated.
Warth, John F. Cascade Mountain StudyWaptus. (Preliminary) 1955. 44 pp., including map. (Typed.)
Washington, I. Our National Forests Wilderness. Living Wilderness, Autumn, 1953. 5 pp., illustrated.
Washington, State of: Cascade Mountains Study. Washington State Planning Council. 1940. 56 pp., illustrated.
Cougar Lake Limited Area. Washington Forest Area Use Council. May, 1963. 28 pp., illustrated. (Processed.)
Directory of Washington Mining Operations. Division of Mines and Geology.
Governor's Report on Outdoor Recreation in Washington. Inter-Agency Committee on Outdoor Recreation. 1963. 36 pp., illustrated.
Introduction to Washington Geology and Resources. (Information Circular No. 22), Revised. 1962. 44 pp.
Mineral Rights and Land Ownership in Washington. (Information Circular No. 36), Wayne Moen, Division of Mines and Geology. 1962. 23 pp.
Non-Resident Travel in Washington, 1959-60. Business and Economic Research Division. 1961. 87 pp.
North Cascades Report. Washington Forest Area Use Council. May, 1964. 36 pp., illustrated. (Processed.)
Proceedings of the Industrial and Economic Development Conference. Department of Commerce and Economic Development, and Washington State University. 1959.
Washington State Highways: An Engineering Study and Evaluation of State Highway Needs for the Period July 1, 1959, to July 1, 1965, and for Subsequent Ten-year Period of July 1, 1965 to July 1, 1975, to Serve Present and Future Traffic. 1960. 38 pp.
Wild Rivers Study Team. Draft Study Report on the Skagit River and Its Cascade, Sauk and Suiattle Tributaries, State of Washington. Northwest Regional Task Group of the Wild Rivers Study Team. July 1, 1964. 163 pp., map and appendices. (Processed.)
Wilke, Rosemary. A Broad Bold Ledge of Gold. Historical Facts of Monte Cristo. Seattle Printing and Publishing Company. 1958.
Wills, Robert H. High Trails: A Guide to the Cascade Crest Trail. University of Washington Press, Seattle. 1962. 157 pp., illustrated, and 21 maps.
Woodward, Walt. Series of articles appearing in Seattle Times between June 13, 1965, and July 5, 1965, regarding controversy in the North Cascades.
Zalesky, Philip H. and Butler, Founta. Economic Potential of Wilderness in the Northern Cascades. Sierra Club Bulletin, October, 1959. 8 pp.
Hessey, Charles D. From East to West in the North Cascade Primitive Area. Star Route, Naches, Washington.
Glacier Peak Holiday.
North Cascades National Park?
Skiing Cascade Wilderness.
KINGTV. Wind in the Wilderness. Seattle. (Bob Schulman, writer; Ralph Umbarger, color photography.)
Sierra Club. Wilderness Alps of Stehekin. San Francisco.
NOTEMaps in this report should have used "Kittitas" in spelling the name of that county.
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