4 edition of The making of Yosemite found in the catalog.
The making of Yosemite
Jen A. Huntley
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jen A. Huntley|
|LC Classifications||F868.Y6 H897 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011031526|
This books is roughly based on the life of his great-grandfather who was a buffalo soldier and one of those who patrolled Yosemite NP around the turn of the century to protect it from poachers, loggers, miners, etc. Born on Emancipation Day, , to a sharecropping family of African and Indian blood, Elijah Yancy never lived as a slave, but. Read "Book Review: Huntley, The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origin of America’s Most Popular National Park, by William Deverell, Pacific Historical Review" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your : Deverell, William.
Yosemite National Park would be something quite different were it not for UC Berkeley. That’s the blue-and-gold current flowing through Yosemite: A Storied Landscape, a just-published e-book that brings to vivid life the California national park that inspires long strings of superlatives — most photographed, most climbed, most lived-in, most historic, most accessible, most inspiring — in. John Muir, famous for his naturalist essays and books, was over 70 years old when he wrote “The Yosemite” as a reflection on the beauty of the national park. Muir was a naturalist, so he was highly invested in describing the landscape, flora, and fauna of Yosemite National : B&R Samizdat Express.
The making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the origin of America's most popular national park. [Jen A Huntley] and race in post-gold rush California --"Opening the sealed book": making Yosemite known to all --Hutchings and Rosenfield in the print metropolis --Yosemite and the crucible of war --Hutchings, Muir. In his book, Hirsch includes a fitting quote from an essay by Adonia Ripple to emphasize this idea: “Yosemite seems almost uniquely made to create a sense of comfortable humility.”.
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"The Making of Yosemite" by Jen A. Huntley is a profound contribution to the topic of our public lands, national parks, and wilderness areas/5(2). The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origin of America's Most Popular Park.
Leader of the first tourist expedition into Yosemite inJames Mason Hutchings became a tireless promoter of the valley--and of himself.3/5. The Making of Yosemite sheds light on the role of power, class dynamics, and the late-century ideal of individualism in the shaping of modern America's sacred landscapes.
The Making of Yosemite by Jen A. Huntley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(7). The book was published by the California Historical Society in conjunction with its current exhibit of Yosemite art and artifacts — including the skin of one of the park’s last grizzlies and the confession of its killer, both tied to Berkeley.
“I think Berkeley invented the park, in its current form,” says Tremain. When John Muir arrived in Yosemite inand when The Yosemite Book was The making of Yosemite book published, the conventional thinking was that of Whitney’s.
That is, there were no active glaciers in the Sierra Nevada—the weather was too warm. Whitney thought Yosemite Valley was formed not by glaciers but “the bottom of the Valley sank down ”.
The complete text of the book 'The Yosemite' by John Muir, (OCR-scanned and converted to HTML by Dan Anderson, text corrected by Andrew Sly, adpated to the John Muir Exhibit by Harvey Chinn and Harold Wood.) A part of the John Muir Exhibit - Sierra Club.
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Click on "filters" so you can improve search results. Enter "group size" and check. Reservations are required all year for Yosemite Valley's car campgrounds and summer through fall for Hodgdon Meadow, Crane Flat, Wawona, and half of Tuolumne Meadows. Campground reservations are available in blocks of one month at a time, up to five months in advance, on the 15th of each month at 7 am Pacific time.
Muir wrote essays and books whose relevance makes them still popular. Muir felt that the livestock in the Yosemite area was destroying the land and helped petition congress to make the area a national park. In Muir's writings the reader glimpses the pristine beauty of the high country/5(90).
The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origin of America's Most Popular Park (Hardcover) By Jen A.
Huntley Email or call for price. The campgrounds in Yosemite Valley, including Upper Pines, Lower Pines, North Pines, and Camp 4 (not reservable), are the hardest spots to get because of their close proximity to most of the park's icons.
Four campgrounds are open year-round: Upper Pines, Camp 4, Wawona, and Hodgdon Meadow. Book Review: Huntley, The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origin of America’s Most Popular National Park, by William Deverell.
William Deverell. Pacific Historical Review Vol. 83 No. 3, August (pp. ) DOI: /phr Share This Author: William Deverell. “Ambitiously tying East to West, The Making of Yosemite is among the more significant of recent books examining the overlapping histories of the American West and the Civil War[the] powerful merit of this book is Huntley’s suggestive finding that the object of Hutching’s eye and mind, if not western nature writ large, might be redemptive and rejuvenating in the processes of post-Civil War national healing.
Josiah Dwight Whitney, Jr. ( - ) The Yosemite Book: A Description of the Yosemite Valley and the Adjacent Region of the Sierra Nevada, and of the Big Trees of California, illustrated by maps and photographs. (New York: Julius Bien, ).
28 photographic plates. 2 Size: 3MB. Tony Perrottet on "John Muir's Yosemite" Wild at Heart Leading me through the forest was Bonnie Gisel, curator of the Sierra Club's LeConte Memorial Lodge and the author of several books on Muir. Yosemite the Place may be "natural," but Yosemite the Park is not.
It was made by a set of people with a variety of interests, some familiar to us (e.g., making money) and others not (e.g., purifying the nation). Suffice it to say that the makers of Yosemite the Park were not exactly "environmentalists" as we understand : Marshall Poe, Jen Huntley.
In this book, Jim Brady introduces the Yosemite Mafia, bringing together the group of rangers who re-visit those turbulent times and describe the team efforts, interactions, and Released on: Octo Jen A.
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But in another sense that understanding is false, as Jen Huntley explains in The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origins of America's Most Popular National Park (UP of Kansas, ).
Yosemite the Place may be "natural," but Yosemite the Park is not. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.Greetings from Yosemite National Park by Joe Galliani Be the first person to review this book for !
Our Passion For The Parks Made This Book Happen! My co-author, Mike Baggetta, and I started collecting National Park postcards from the s and 40s during our visits to parks across the country. Both of us are in our early 40's ourselves and have only known these cards as a part.