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1876 2.14491 Arizona. Skandinaviens Stjerne (Organ for de Sidste-Dages Hellige) (Kjobenhavn), 25(22)(August 15):347-348. ("Fra 'Wallapai Enterprise'".)

1876 4.361 Accident on the Colorado. Bishop Roundy drowned. Deseret News, (May 31):12 [issue pagination]. [L. W. Roundy; at Lees Ferry, May 24th.] [See also follow-up report by L. J. Nuttall.]

1876 11.3861 The wonderful salt mines of Virgin River, Nevada. Scientific American Supplement, 24(new series, 1)(25)(June 17):399. [From San Francisco Chronicle.]

1877 21.6240 Geo. M. Wheeler: Report upon Geographical and Geological Explorations and Surveys West of the one hundredth Meridian, under the Direction of A. A. Humphreys. Vol. III. Geology. In: Auszüge [section]. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaeontologie, 1877:649-650. [Summary of contents and illustrations; Grand Canyon noted, in passing.]

1877 21.6241 J. W. Powell: Report on the Geology of the Eastern Portion of the uinta Mountains and a Region of Country adjacent thereto. In: Auszüge [section]. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaeontologie, 1877:650-651. [Summary. Grand Canyon noted, in passing.]

1877 9.1060 The American cyclopædia and register of important events of the year 1874. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 831 pp. (American Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events, Vol. 14.) [See "Arizona", pp. 36-37; specifically, p. 37: "Immigrants coming from the Pacific coast to Northern or Central Arizona will find two raods from San Bernardino, California: one via Hardyville and the Hualpai mines to Prescott; the other via Ehrenberg and Wickenburg to Prescott or Phonix, the chief town of Salt River Valley. The distance from San Bernardino to Prescott by either of these routes is about 400 miles. On the road via Ehrenberg is a semi-weekly line of stages. The fare from San Bernardino to prescott is $75, currency. Immigrants desiring to go to the southern part of the Territory can take the road from San Diego, via Yuma, to tucson, on which there is a tri-weekly line of stages. the fare to tucson is $90; the distance about 450 miles. ¶The Colorado Steam Navigation Company run a line of steamers from San Francisco to the mouth of the Colorado River, a steamer leaving San Francisco every twenty days. River-steamers run up the river to Yuma, Ehrenberg, Mohave, and Hardyville. Fare from San Francisco to Yuma: Cabin, $40; steerage, $25. Most of the freight comes this way. ¶Frieght by wagons form Los Angeles to Prescott, via Ehrenberg or via Hardyville, is 12 cents er pound; the same from San Diego to Tucson, via Yuma."]

1877 2.19340 Southern Pacific Railroad. American Railroad Journal (New York), Series 2, 33(51)(December 22)(Whole No. 2174, Volume 50):1601-1602. [Includes notice of Fort Yuma, in passing.]

1877 2.14586 E. Hoelzel's Typical Landscapes. From: Educational Publications [section], Object Teaching [subsection]. In: Kraus-Boelte, Maria, and Kraus, John, The kindergarten guide. An illustrated hand-book, designed for the self-instruction of kindergartners, mothers, and nurses. First volume: The gifts. New York: E. Steiger and Co., and London: A. N. Myers and Co., [last advertising page]. [N.B.: Hoelzel's landcapes are frequently advertised in the late 19th century; the "typical landscapes" set includes a view of the Grand Canyon. This advertisement illustrates the view, which has otherwise not been seen by the compiler.]

1877 2.21857 The survey in California. In: Scientific Miscellany [section]. The Galaxy, 23(6)(June):846-847. [Wheeler expedition. Includes Colorado River region.]

1877 2.21858 The survey in California. The Monthly Journal (Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers), 11(8)(August):339-340. ("From The Galaxy.") [see Item no. 2.21857]. [Wheeler expedition. Includes Colorado River region.]

1877 11.7693 Salt mountains of Nevada. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, 3(1)(January):115. [Quoted from "A correspondent of the San Francisco Alta, writing from Prescott, Arizona". On the Virgin River near Stone's Ferry on the Colorado River.]

1877 2.21735 Rilievi geografici agli Stati Uniti. In: Notizie Geografiche [section]. Società Geografica Italiana, Bollettino, 14(Series 2, 2):183-184. [Includes references to geographical explorations in the Colorado Desert region and to the Powell survey.]

1877 2.13521 [Notice of the work of William Henry Holmes and William H. Jackson in the Southwest.] From: Sammankomst den 17 Februari 1877. In: Antropologiska Sällskapets förhandlingar [section]. Tidskrift för Antropologi och Kulturhistoria (Stockholm), 1(15), 24 pp. (see pp. 8-9).

1877 2.13382 The new settlements. In: Utah News [section]. Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star (Liverpool), 39(22)(May 28):350. [Mount Trumbull steam saw.]

1877 11.12 Mining in Arizona. Mining and Scientific Press, 34(January 27):54. Goodman 1480

1877 2.40 Lieutenant Wheeler's geographische Expeditionen nach dem Südwesten der Bereinigten Staaten. Globus, 31(18):281-284.

1878 11.13 The Valencia Mine, Arizona. Mining and Scientific Press, 37(November 9):294. Goodman 1508

1878 2.11849 Prize medals of the Royal Geographical Society. Report for 1878, and programme for 1879. Royal Geographical Society of London, Proceedings, 22(6):477-496. [See "Physical Geography. No. 1 Examination Paper, 1878.", see specifically p. 484; also see in passing p. 490.]

1878 11.2027 Les oiseaux moqueurs. From: Divers [subsection]. In: Nouvelles de Tous les Points du Globe [section]. L'Exploration (Paris), 6(4):461. (From the Arizona Sentinel.)

1878 2.16330 Explorations and surveys. Scientific American, new series, 39(2)(July 13):24. ["Major Powell's surveys during the coming summer will be more exclusively confined to the limits of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah. the new region lies mostly south of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado river and includes the plateau country on which are situated the famous Moqui towns." (entire note)]

1878 12.2921 Another raid on "desert" lands. In: Communications [section]. Scientific American, new series, 38(6)(February 9):84. [U.S. General Land Office authorization to "O. W. Wozencraft and his associates to irrigate the 'desert' west of Fort Yuma, in California . . . ."]

1878 2.19120 List of the more important explorations and expeditions, the collections of which have constituted the principal sources of supply to the National Museum, with indication of the department of the government under which prosecuted. From: Appendix to the report of the Secretary. In: Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the institution for the year 1877. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 105-117.

1879 2.16383 Interesting from Arizona. Deseret News, (May 18):10 [issue pagination]. [Letter, dated Sunset, Arizona, May 29th, 1879; signed, "A Missionary." Includes Lees Ferry area.]

1879 28.876 Through Texas. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 59(353)(October):703-718. [See illustration, "Yuma Stage Leaving Fort Worth", p. 710.]

1879 12.3 Frémont's inland sea project. Nature, 20(May 1):16. Goodman 1919

1879 2.41 The thousand wells. Mining and Scientific Press, 38(May 31):353. [Echo Cliffs region.] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 886

1879 2.42 Ehrenberg, Arizona. Mining and Scientific Press, 39(October 18):249. Goodman 839

1879 2.43 Colorado River canyons. Mining and Scientific Press, 39:233. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 887

1879 2.44 The Colorado River country. Mining and Scientific Press, 39(October 11):233. [Transcription of address by John Wesley Powell to National Academy of Science.] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 888

1880 2.45 The deepest canyons in the world; a man loses his life exploring. Arizona Miner (Prescott newspaper), 7(70)(April 7). >Mon. 8: 1-7<

1880 2.46 The Colorado River. Juvenile Instructor, 15(January 1):7. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 889

1880 2.47 Canyons of the Colorado. Juvenile Instructor, 15(February 1):25-26. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 890

1880 2.48 Railroads versus mule teams. Arizona Quarterly Illustrated, 1(July):12. Goodman 976

1880 2.49 The railroad bridge at Yuma. Mining and Scientific Press, 40(May 1):273. Goodman 1095

1880 2.13505 The Colorado Canon. Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine, 8(4)(October):399-400.

1880 2.13236 Library of universal knowledge. A reprint of the last (1880) Edinburgh and London edition of chambers's Encyclopaedia, with copious additions by American editors. American additions to the library of useful knowledge. Volume VI. New York: American Book Exchange, 880 pp. [See p. 576 under "Geology".]

1880 2.13181 Library of universal knowledge. A reprint of the last (1880) Edinburgh and London edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia, with copious additions by American editors. American additions to the library of useful knowledge. Volume I. New York: American Book Exchange, 704 pp. [See "Arizona", pp. 163-164.]

1880 2.16385 Arizona wonders. Exploring some of the deepest canyons in the world. Deseret News, (July 28):13 [issue pagination]. [Havasu Canyon; "Beckman and Young prospecting expedition"; Grand Canyon promising tourist attraction.]

1880 17.1499 The deepest gorge in the world. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Monthly Journal, 14(7)(July):296. [Regarding a party of 13 prospectors visiting the Havasupai in Havasu Canyon.]

1880 11.3854 Mesquite bread. Scientific American Supplement, 10(258)(December 11):4109. [Summary of report from "Capt. J. A. Mellon, of the sloop southwest, Colorado River, who furnished [to California Academy of Sciences] cans containing seed of the mesquite tree" and his use of the wood for a ship's wheel. Also notes on other uses.]

1880 2.21431 Library of universal knowledge. A reprint of the last (1880) Edinburgh and London edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia, with copious additions by American editors. American additions to the library of useful knowledge. Volume IV. New York: American Book Exchange, 880 pp. [See "Colorado River, or Colorado of the West", p. 151.]

1880 2.21601 The Colorado Canon. In: The Fireside [section]. The Cultivator and Country Gentleman (Albany, New York), 45(October 21):686. [Refers to item in Lippincott's Magazine (see Item no. 2.5399).]

1881 11.3855 Mesquite bread. In: Natural History, Science, &c. [section]. The Friend (Philadelphia), 54(24)(January 22):191. [Taken from the first part of the item in Scientific American Supplement (see Item no. 11.3854) but without credit.]

1881 2.19410 L'emploi des chameaux dans le désert du Colorado. In: Nouvelles de Touts les Points du Globe [section]. L'Exploration (Paris), 11(1):653. [Camels.]

1881 2.19010 [Callville-to-Yuma railroad.] In: General News of the Week [section]. The Educational Weekly (Chicago), 11(223)(December 8):203. ["A company has been incorporated, with a capital of $20,000,000, to construct a railroad between Callville, Nev., and Yuma, with extensions to Port Isabel and Liberland, on the Gulf of California. The track will penetrate a line of mining districts on the eastern bank of the Colorado river." (entire item)]

1881 2.19032 The history of Jackson County, Missouri, containing a history of the county, its cities, towns, etc., biographical sketches of its citizens, Jackson County in the late war, general and local statistics, portraits of early settlers and prominent men, history of Missouri, map of Jackson County, miscellaneous matters, etc., etc. Kansas City, Missouri: Union Historical Company, Birdsall, Williams and Co., 1,006 pp. [See pp. 449-459, quoted "Memorial. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Staets, in Congress Assembled", regarding a railway to the Pacific Ocean. See p. 65: "Lying West of Kansas, is the large extent of country drained by the Grand and Green Rivers, affluents of the Rio Colorado of the West, extending north and south 300 miles, by 270 east and west, sufficient for State as large as New York, of a climate and soil well adapted to the wants of civilization. The country lies between the Rocky Mountains and the Wahsatch Range, and has, in the opinion of even government explorers, uninterrupted navigation to the Gulf of California." (entire note)] [Credited to "Col. [R. T.] Van Horn" on p. 449.] [See Item no. 2.19033 for an indexed facsimile reprinting of this volume, 1966.]

1881 2.17125 Atlantic and Pacific. In: American Railroads [section]. The Railway News and Joint Stock Journal (London), 36(November 5):614. ["The directors have changed the route of their line from a point in Northern Arizona, abandoning the needless route over the Colorado River, and diverging and running north, by way of Callville, into Southern Nevada, there forming a junction with the Utah Southern of Jay Gould." (entire item)]

1881 2.17212 History of Amador County, California, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. Oakland, California: Thompson and West, 344 pp. [See Chapter 1, pp. 11-12, including note of lower Colorado River; and Chapter 2, "Big Canon of the Colorado", pp. 12-17.]

1881 2.14487 [Lecture by Clarence E. Dutton, "The Scenery of the Grand Canon District."] In: 193d Meeting. February 5th 1881. Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, 4:120. [Notice only. "The communication was reserved by the author." [i.e. not published in the Bulletin]. "Remarks upon this communication were made by Mr. J. W. Powell . . . ." (entire note)]

1881 2.16017 American Science Association. Scientific American, (September 3):152. [Includes brief synopsis of an address August 17 by Clarence E. Dutton on "The Colorado Cañon" at the 13th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Cincinnati, Ohio.]

1881 6.676 Rambles through our country. An instructive geographical game for the young. Hartford, Connecticut: American Publishing Co., 103 pp. (see pp. 70-72). [Directions for game, p. [3].]

1881 21.4985 Geology of Utah. In: Science Notes [section]. The Academy (London), 19(new series, 467)(April 16):284. [Refers to Dutton's (1880) "Report on the Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah" but not by title.]

1881 21.5145 [Abstract of a presentation to American Association for the Advancement of Science by "C. R. Dutton" (i.e., Clarence E. Dutton) "on the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River".] In: Proceedings of Societies [section]. Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, 5(5)(September):306-307.

1881 2.50 Tombstone District. The mines and prospects. Mining and Scientific Press, 42:404. [Includes note of travel on lower Colorado River.]

1881 2.51 The Colorado and its great canyons. Mining and Scientific Press, 42:404. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 892

1881 2.52 From San Francisco to Tombstone. Cities and towns along the way--Yuma, silver district, volcanoes, petrified forests, etc. etc. Mining and Scientific Press, 43(December 17):394.

1881 2.53 Yuma. Mining and Scientific Press, 43(December 17):401. Goodman 840

1881 2.54 Railway projects: Arizona and Nevada. Railway World, 25(December 17):1219. [Callville to Yuma.] Goodman 1121

1882 2.55 The canyons of the Colorado. Baptist Home Mission Monthly, 4(9)(September):237-242. [Also see illustration on cover of (6)(June):149.] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 895

1882 2.56 The Colorado Desert. Scientific American, 46:149-150. [Summary of J. F. James (1882).] Goodman 619

1882 2.13661 The two great sculptors--water and ice. Fairy-land of science: No. VI. The School Journal, 31(1)(July):3-9 (see p. 6).

1882 21.5207 The work of rivers. Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science, and Art, Series 4, 19(September 9)(976):569-572 (see p. 571).

1882 21.4984 Report on the Geology of the High Plateau of Utah von Capt. C. E. Dutton, Washington 1880. In: Sitzungsberichte der niederrheinischen Gesellschaft für Natur- und Heilkunde in Bonn. Bericht über den Zustand und die Thätigkeit der Gesellschaft während des Jahres 1881. Naturhistorischen Vereines der Preussischen Rheinlande und Westfalens, Verhandlungen, 9(4):35-40.

1882 21.5104 [Summary of lecture by C. E. Dutton on "Excavation of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River", presented to the American Association for the Advancement of Science.] In: Notes [section]. Nature, 25(April 13):565-566.

1882 2.13576 Scientific lectures, 1882. Ohio Mechanics' Institute, Scientific Proceedings, 1(1)(January):inside back wrapper. ["February 15--Capt. Clarence E. Dutton, of the U. S. Geological Survey, on 'The Colorado Cañon.' Illustrated by stereopticon views." (entire note)]

1882 2.13389 The cañons of the Colorado. In: Our native land; or, Glances at American scenery and places, with sketches of life and adventure. New York: D. Appleton and Co., pp. 3-30.

1882 21.5593 The work of rivers. Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art (New York), new series, 36(6)(December):777-781. [From Chambers's Journal. See pp. 779-780.]

1882 21.6223 The sand in the Colorado River. American Architect and Building News, 12(355)(October 14):187. [Credited to Chambers's Journal; see Item no. 21.5207.]

1882 2.21763 Nueva isla de guano. In: Miscelánea [section]. Sociedad Geográfica de Madrid, Boletín, 12(4)(April):360. [Gulf of California. Also notes construction of railroad from Fort Yuma to Port Isabel.]

1882 21.6642 [Note.] In: Science Gossip [section]. The Athenæum (London), (2861)(August 26):278. ["Capt. Clarence E. Dutton, of the United States Geological Survey, communicates to the American Journal of Science for August an interesting article 'On the Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District, Colorado [sic],' illustrated by a drawing showing the remarkable rocks of Vishnu's Temple, Colorado [sic]." (entire note)] [Actually refers to the notice by James Dwight Dana (see Item no. 30.66).]

1883 2.21703 [Note.] In: Railroad Notes [section]. The Railway Times and Joint-Stock Chronicle (London), 46(31)(August 4):782. ["Track on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad is now finished to a connection with the Southern Pacific of California, completing another great through line to the Pacific, which will be opened as soon as the bridge across the Colorado river is finished. This will be in a few weeks." (entire note)]

1883 2.22127 Atlantic and Pacific. The Railway Times and Joint-Stock Chronicle (London), 46(45)(November 10):1102. ["The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad (western division) was opened on October 21st for passenger business between Albuquerque, N.M., and the Needles on the Colorado river, forming in connection with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé and Southern Pacific roads what is termed the 'All the Year' route across the continent." Brief article.]

1883 2.21701 [Note.] In: Railroad Notes [section]. The Railway Times and Joint-Stock Chronicle (London), 46(22)(June 2):566. ["The Southern Pacific has completed its branch from Mohave, Cal., to the Colorado river on the Arizona border, a distance of 252 miles, and in a few days the Atlantic and Pacific will meet it there from the east." (entire note)]

1883 2.21702 [Note.] In: Railroad Notes [section]. The Railway Times and Joint-Stock Chronicle (London), 46(28)(July 14):709. ["The track of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad has been completed to the Colorado river, 571 miles form Albuquerque. The bridge is nearly finished." (entire note)]

1883 12.4606 Cultivating the water supply. In: East and West [section]. Overland Monthly, Series 2, 1(6)(June):654-656. [See p. 655: "It is with some diffidence that one refers to the last great project which was distinctly in mind in beginning to write this page--a project which would be a state and national, not to say continental, benefit--the old proposal to turn the Rio Colorado into the desert basin; a proposal which is most likely to provoke a smile from those who know least about it . . . ."]

1883 2.19525 March 14, 1883.--Forty-sixth Corporate Meeting. In: Proceedings of the Club [section]. Appalachia, 3(2)(April):197-198. [See p. 197, report of the Corresponding Secretary, including, "Thirty-five numbers of exchanges had been received during the month, from eleven of the corresponding societies, besides a copy of an elegant monograph from the U. S. Geological Survey, 'The Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District, with an Atlas,' by Captain C. E. Dutton. (See p. 159.)" (refer herein to Item no. 30.933).]

1883 11.5190 [Yellow fever.] In: Editor's Table [section]. The Sanitarian (New York), 11(161) [new series, 1(44)] (November 1):700-701. ["A sanitary inspection was also instituted by the State Board of Health on the Colorado River, at Yuma, along the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad--this road having connection with the Sonora road running from infected points. Up to this time no cases have been discovered on the cars. the latest advices from mexico are that the disease is rapidly abating." (p. 701, entire note)]

1883 11.5191 Malaria. Abstract of papers by Surgeons Geo. M. Sternberg, Alfred A. Woodhull and Charles Smart, U. S. Army, read before the American Public Health Association, at Detroit, Mich., Nov. 13, 1882. The Sanitarian (New York), 11(168) [new series, 1(51)] (December 20):801-805. [See the abstract of Sternberg's presentation; specifically, p. 801: "The speaker dwelt at considerable length upon the atmospheric and health conditions at Fort Yujma and Mohave, Arizona. He described the effects of the intense heat at those posts, and declared that it is not strange that malaria is little there, for so great is the heat and so dry the air, that before malarial germs can reach the soldiers there, they become mummified." (entire note)]

1883 11.5182 Yellow fever in Mexico. In: News Items [section]. The Medical News (Philadelphia), 43(12)(September 22):336. ["Surgeon-General Hamilton, of the Marine-Hospital Service, has information from Yuma, Arizona, of the existence of yellow fever in Guayamas [sic] and Mazatlan, in Mexico. He says, however, there is no reason for fear that the disease will spread into Arizona, and from his information as to the character of the country, and the climatic conditions of the region inMexico in which the disease has appeared, he does not think it will spread much there." (entire note)]

1883 11.5183 The ravages of yellow fever in Mexico and Panama. In: News Items [section]. The Medical News (Philadelphia), 43(15)(October 13):419. [Yellow fever is reported "still raging in Mexico, and that it is said to be travelling northward up the California Gulf . . . ." Also, "Surgeon-General Hamilton, of the Marine-Hospital Service, has telegraphed the collector at Yuma, Ariz., to appoint sanitary inspectors at that place and at Benson to inspect trains arriving from the south. this action has been taken because of information received from the Governor of Arizona that a soldier at Huachaca, in that Territory, had diedof yellow fever recently." (entire note)]

1883 11.5185 Yellow fever in Mexico and on the border. In: News Items [section]. The Medical News (Philadelphia), 43(20)(November 17):556. ["Daily reports up to the 31st of October from Sanitary Inspectors W. F. Price, at Yuma, and W. e. chesley, at Benson, A. T., show that no cases of yellow fever entered those places by rail, nor were there any arrivals from infected points in Mexico." (entire note)]

1883 2.19060 The new Rocky Mountain line. Engineering and Mining Journal, 36(1)(July 7):1-2. [Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. See p. 2: "The valley of the Green River at this point is a cheerless sage-brush desert, as it is farther north. To be sure, this uninviting stream, a couple of hundred miles farther south, having united with the Grand, and formed the Rio Colorado, does indeed, by dint of burrowing deeper and deeper into the sunless chasms, become at last sublime. But here it gives no hint of its future somber glory." (entire note)] [Item signed only as "*".]

1883 2.16390 More of the southern country. Four routes to principal points in Arizona. Deseret News, (October 17):1 [issue pagination].

1883 2.16391 The United States Central. Proposed line of the new railway across southern Utah and Nevada. Deseret News, (November 28):1 [issue pagination].

1883 17.920 Les tribus indiennes du Far-West. La Revue Scientifique de la France et de l'Étranger, Series 3, 5(9):269-271. ("Premier rapport annuel du Bureau ethnologique, pour l'année 1879-1880, par S.-W. Powell [sic], directeur.--Washington, imprimerie du gouvernement, 1881.")

1883 2.14144 Chicago's first half century. The city as it was fifty years ago, and as it is to-day. 1833. 1883. Chicago: The Inter-Ocean Publishing Co., 198+ pp. [Wrapper title: 1833. Chicago's first half century. 1883.] [See "Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. All-the-Year-Around Route to California.", p. 70.]

1883 21.5157 [Note on Colorado River downcutting and isostatic rebound, citing Archibald Geikie.] In: The Bookshelf--Scientific [section]. The Continent (Philadelphia), 4(21)(November 21)(93):672.

1883 2.13841 Views of the South-West. In: Pictures Received [section]. Photographic Times and American Photographer, 13(November)(155)(new series, no. 35):622. [Notes, ". . . a fine assortment of general views was made, including a number in the region of the Grand Canon of the Colorado about the mouth of Diamond Creek . . . ." Southwestern party under botanist H. H. Rusby, under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution.]

1883 11.14 [Brief note, that "A petrified forest was recently discovered in the Buckskin Mountains on the Arizona side of the Colorado river, near where the latter cuts through the range."] Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, 7(4)(August):259.

1883 30.6 [Notice of Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District, by C. E. Dutton, U.S. Geological Survey, Monograph 2.] In: Geographischer Monatsbericht [section]. Dr. A. Petermanns Mitteilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographischer Anstalt [Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen], 29:271.

1883 21.7 [Abstract of "Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District", U.S. Geological Survey Monograph 2, by Clarence E. Dutton.] Société Géologique de France, Bulletin, 3rd series, 11:529-539.

1883 21.8 The Grand Cañon Group. Science, 1:183-184. >Mon. 8: 3-13< Goodman 897

1883 21.9 Correlation of Cambrian rocks. Science, 2:801-802. [Abstract of paper by C. D. Walcott, presented to meeting of Philosophical Society of Washington, November 24, 1883.] >Mon. 8: 3-13<

1884 21.10 Topographical maps of Arizona. Science, 4:188. Goodman 631

1884 21.11 [Abstract of "Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District", U.S. Geological Survey Monograph 2, by Clarence E. Dutton.] American Naturalist, 18:511-513

1884 30.7 The Grand Cañon district. Knowledge (London), 5:458-459. [Review of Dutton (1882), from American Naturalist.] >Mon. 8: Reviews-1< Goodman 902

1884 30.8 Geology of the Grand Cañon. "Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District." By Clarence E. Dutton. Science, 3:327-331. [Review of Dutton (1882).] [See also comment (Anonymous, 1884, Item no. 30.838).] >Mon. 8: Reviews-1<

1884 2.57 The cañons of the Colorado. The Chautauquan, 4(10)(July):564-566. ("A lecture delivered on Saturday, April 16, in the National Museum, Washington, D.C., by Major J. W. Powell, Director of the U.S. Geological Survey.") [Summarized by an unsigned writer.] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 903

1884 21.5161 [Notice of Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District by C. E. Dutton.] In: Notes on new books [section]. Hardwicke's Science-Gossip (London):20:103.

1884 21.5047 Ancienne race humaine. In: Nouvelles de Tous les Points du Globe [section]. L'Exploration (Paris), 17:728. [Reported from the Champion (Peach Springs, Arizona), "MM. Spencer et Ridenour" (William "Bill" B. Ridenour and Charles Spencer, miners) reported finding large footprints attributed by local Indians to an ancestral race. Presumably fossil tracks, if not a fraudulent report.]

1884 2.12990 ["Professor Davidson" visits Grand Canyon.] English Mechanic and World of Science (London), 40 (September 5) (1,105):13. ["The Grand Canyon of the Colorado, 160 miles east of Needles, on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, was recently visited by Professor Davidson, who says he 'saw vertical walls 2,700ft. high, and 6,200ft. above sea level, where the Colorado river was 190ft. deep, and cannot imagine anything grander than the effect of sunset shining on these walls only ten degrees from vertical, composed of different coloured rocks, red sandstones, and the black overhanging rocks. The temperature was 136 degrees Fahr.'" (entire item)]

1884 2.12992 A natural whispering gallery. Phrenological Journal, 79(6)(December)(552):358. ["The greatest 'whispering gallery' in the world is that of the Grand Canyon, Colorado River." In context, refers apparently to canyons of lower Colorado River.]

1884 21.3802 Two miners report finding a series of footprints in Grand Cañon, Arizona. Harper's Weekly, (January 26). [Uncorroborated, if not fraudulant.]

1884 21.4069 Department of the Interior. Monographs of the United-States Geological Survey. Vol. II. 4to. Washington, 1882. United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director.--Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District. 4to, 264 pages, with wood-cuts and 42 plates; and folio Atlas of 23 plates of maps and views. By Clarence Dutton, Captain of Ordnance, U.S.A. Washington, 1882. In: Notices Respecting New Books [section]. London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Series 5, 17(109)(Supplement):551-556.

1884 2.16392 The Arizona missionaries. Deseret News, (June 25):12 [issue pagination]. [Note of safe crossing at Lees Ferry.]

1884 4.374 John Lawrence Le Conte. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Proceedings, 19(May):511-516.

1884 30.748 United States surveys. Twelfth Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories for the Year 1878.--Part I. Geology, Palaeontology, and Zoology. Part II. Yellowstone National Park: Geology, Thermal Springs, Topography. With maps in case. By F. V. Hayden. (Washington, Government Printing Office.) [and] Second Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1880-81.--Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District. With maps and panoramas. By Clarence E. Dutton. (Washington, same publishers.) The Athenaeum (London), (2964)(August 16):211.

1884 30.750 Dutton's Tertiary History of the Grand Canon district. In: Recent Literature [section]. American Naturalist, 18(5)(May):511-513.

1884 30.838 Dr. Newberry's work in the Colorado Cañon. Science, 3(62)(April 11):432. [Comment on the review on pp. 327-332 (see Item no. 30.8). Item signed, "The Reviewer."]

1884 2.17637 The Kaibab, Grand Canon of the Colorado River, U. S. A. Scientific American Supplement, 17(420)(January 19):6706-6707. [Credited to London Graphic.] [Includes full-page illustration (after Thomas Moran but not credited), p. 6706, "The Transept in the Kaibab, Grand Canon, Colorado River."]

1884 2.14395 Chautauqua historical and descriptive: A guide to the principal points of interest on Lake Chautauqua, Chautauqua, Point Chautauqua, Mayville, Point Whiteside, Bemus Point, Lakewood, Griffith Point, and Jamestown. Also, a complete history of the Chautauqua Association, and its various schools of science and literature, by a Chautauquan. Chicago: Fairbanks, Palmer and Co., 196 [220] pp. [See "Atlantic and Pacific Railroad", pp. 170-171; and additional illustrations, "View in Grand Cañon", p. 173, "Grand Cañon", p. 182.]

1884 2.14410 [Whispering gallery.] Parry's Literary Journal, 1(11)(August):331. ["The greatest 'whispering gallery' in the world is that of the Grand Canyon, Colorado River." In context, refers apparently to canyons of lower Colorado River.]

1884 2.14804 Records of living officers of the United States Army. Philadelphia: L. R. Hamersly and Co., 478 pp. [See "Price, George P.", pp. 136-139. Includes service in the lower Colorado River region.]

1884 30.692 [Notice of Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District, by C. E. Dutton, U.S. Geological Survey, Monograph 2.] In: Literary Notices [section]. Popular Science Monthly, 24(March):710.

1884 2.18865 Grand Canon of the Colorado. Scientific American, new series, 51(9)(August 30):130. ["At the last meeting of the Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Prof. Davidson spoke of his recent visit to the Grand Canon of the Colorado at a point 160 miles east of the Needles, on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, which required only 21½ hours' time, and an expense of $10 for horses and guide and 75 cents a meal. He saw vertical walls, 2,700 feet high, 6,200 feet above sea level, where the Colorado River was 190 feet deep, and cannot imagine anything grander than the effect of sunset shining on these walls, only 10° from vertical, composed of different colored rocks, red sandstone, and the black overhanging rocks. The temperature was 136° Fahrenheit." (entire item) (Compare Item no. 2.12990.)]

1884 11.5192 Malaria. The Louisville Medical News (Louisville, Kentucky), 17(4)(January 26):56-59. [Reporting the abstracts of papers on malaria from The Sanitarian (December 30, 1883; see Item no. 11.5191). See p. 56: "At forts Yuma and Mohave, Arizona, malaria is seldom seen, and Dr. Sternberg finds a reason for this in the hot, dry air of this region, which, he believes, renders the germs inert." (entire note)]

1884 11.5386 Yellow fever epidemic on the west coast of Mexico. Maryland Medical Journal (Baltimore), 10(September 22):332-333. [Includes lower Colorado River region.]

1884 30.887 ["Granite Crags" by "Miss Gordon Cumming" (i.e. Constance F. Gordon-Cumming).] In: Books of Travel [section]. The Athenaeum (London), (2951)(May 17):660-661. [See p. 661: "She does not give her authority for the more startling statement that the Grand Cañon of the Colorado 'descends 16,000 feet within a very short distance.'" (entire note)]

1884 30.1057 The Geological Survey. Bradstreet's (New York), 10(November 1):274. [Critical commentary on the work of, and publictions from, the U.S. Geological Survey; specifically noting, in passing, C. E. Dutton's Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah and Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District.]

1884 21.6513 [Summary of paper in the American Journal of Science, on "Pre-carboniferous strata in the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, Arizona, by Charles D. Walcott."] In: Scientific Serials [section]. Nature (London), 29(January 10):252.

1884 2.22205 Whispering gallery. In: Curious Matters [section]. Ballou's Monthly Magazine, 60:392. ["The Grand Canon of the Colorado is considered the greatest whispering gallery in the world." In context, refers to canyons of lower Colorado River.]

1884 21.6719 "Department of the Interior. Monographs of the United-States Geological Survey. Vol. II. 4to. Washingotn, 1882. [and] United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director.--Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District. 4to, 264 pages, with wood-cuts and 42 plates; and folio Atlas of 23 plates of maps and views. By Clarence Dutton, Captain of Ordnance, U.S.A. Washington, 1882." In: Notices respecting New Books [section]. London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Series 5, 17(109--Supplement):551-556.

1885 2.22725 Boekwerken ter tafel gebracht in de vergaderingen van de Directie der Koninklijke Natuurkundige Vereeniging gedurende het jaar 1884. (Juli-December). Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indië, 44 (Series 8, 5):XIII-XVIII. [See p. XVI: "United States Geological Survey. Monografs II. Duttan [sic], Tertiary History of theGrand Canon District, with Atlas fol. Washington 1882. 4o." (entire note)]

1885 2.22725 Boekwerken ter tafel gebracht in de vergaderingen van de Directie der Koninklijke Natuurkundige Vereeniging gedurende het jaar 1884. (Juli-December). Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indië (Koninklijke Natuurkundige Vereeniging, Batavia and 's Gravenhage), 44 (Series 8, 5):XIII-XVIII. [See p. XVI: "United States Geological Survey. Monografs II. Duttan [sic], Tertiary History of theGrand Canon District, with Atlas fol. Washington 1882. 4o." (entire note)]

1885 2.17712 [Response to F. M. Davis.] In: Answers to Correspondents [section]. The Museum (Philadelphia), 1(2)(June):32. ["So far as we know, Maj. J. W. Powell, now Director of the U. S. Bureau of Ethnology, was the first and only explorer to pass through the grand cañon of the Colorado, a description of which was published in one of his reports. Later, in 1875, a branch of Hayden's Survey explored a portion of the great cañon of the Rio San Juan, to within about 25 miles of its junction with the former." (entire item)]

1885 2.19433 "United States Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. Contributions to North American Ethnology. Vol. 5." The Bookseller (London), (335)(October 8):981. [Includes note: "The series of Government publications now issuing from the Department of the Interior of the United States promises to form a most valuable and instructive national monument. The volumes already published show that no pains or expense have been spared in their preparation, as may be seen in the really magnificent work of Captain Dutton on the 'Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District' with its fine collection of plates of that region."]

1885 2.18916 New American books and recent importations. Trübner's American, European, and Oriental Literary Record (London), new series, 6(1/2):4-. [See p. 5: "Dutton (C. E.)--Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District. With Atlas of 26 double sheets folio. 4to. cloth, pp. 264. Washington, 1882. £3 15s." [Cited here for an early overseas sales reference to Dutton's monograph, with its corresponding price.]

1885 30.730 Pre-Historic America. "Pre-Historic America. By the Marquis de Nadaillac. Translated by N. D'Anvers. London: John Murray. 1885." The Literary Churchman and Church Fortnightly (London), 31(7)(March 27):131-132. [See p. 132: "We must regret the inferiority of many of the engravings in 'Pre-Historic America,' they are like poor bruised blocks that have illustrated a cheap popular journal."; "Figure 13, Canon of the Colorado River, is even worse."]

1885 21.4944 [Canyons of the Colorado, and Arizona.] From: Naturwissenschaftliche Sektion. In: Sitzungsberichte der niederrheinischen Gesellschaft für Natur- und Heilkunde in Bonn [section]. Naturhistorischen Vereines der Preussischen Rheinlande, Westfalens und des Reg.-Bezirks Osnabrück, Verhandlungen, 42 (5th series, 2):362-370.

1885 21.5109 [Summary of lecture by A. E. Törnebohm on "Colorado-cañon", presented at meeting of April 24, 1885.] In: Sällskapets förhandlingar [section]. Ymer (Svensk Sållskapet för Antropologi och Geografi) (Stockholm), 5(3-4):xx-xxii.

1885 2.58 [Brief note on a lecture to the Appalachian Mountain Club, of "a trip on horseback in Arizona", by Frederic Gardiner, Jr.] Appalachia, 4(2):172-173.

1886 6.549 Sheldons' supplementary reading; third book. New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago: Butler, Sheldon and Co., 196 pp. [See pp. 139-140 in Lesson 35, "The Work of Brooks and Rivers. II."]

1886 2.14251 Grand Canon of the Colorado. Reached via the Union Pacific and Utah Southern Railroads. Union Pacific Employes' Magazine, (February):frontispiece; further but brief description appears in (March):50.

1886 6.524 [A "natural telephone".] The Student's Journal (New York), 15(7)(July)(175):10. [Sounds travelling long distances in lower Colorado River area; includes Grand Canyon. Collated from the Yuma Sentinel.]

1886 30.915 "Hölzel's Geographische Charakter-Bilder". In: Geografiya [section]. Russkaya Mysl' (Bibliograficheskii Otdel) (Moskva), 7(8)(August):85-86. [In Russian. Bibliograficheskii Otdel separately paginated.] [See p. 86, Grand Canyon and Colorado River noted.]

1886 2.18113 [Sounds heard over long distances.] In: Links [section]. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Monthly Journal, 20(5)(May):328. [Sounds heard over great distances on the Colorado River.]

1887 2.18246 Elections and official changes. Railway World, 13(11)(March 12):249-250. [See p. 249: "Flagstaff and Grand Canon.--Mr. John H. Morris is president; D. M. Riordan, treasurer. Office at Flagstaff, Arizona." (entire note)]

1887 2.18388 Boston Society of Natural History. In: Proceedings of Scientific Societies [section]. American Naturalist, 21(3)(March):305. ["March 2.--Mr. C. D. Walcott described a trip to the Grand Cañon of Colorado [sic] (illustrated by the stereopticon) . . . ." (entire note)]

1887 2.19734 Homeward through America. Chicago: Poole Bros., 32 pp. ("By A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature." Copyright 1887 P. S. Eustis.) [Transcontinental rail trip via Colorado and Utah. See p. 16: ". . . we debouch at length upon the broad valley of Green river, a stream of considerable magnitude, whose waters, united with those of Grand river, form, fifty miles below, the far-famed Colorado." And see pp. 16-17: ". . . as we scan the southern horizon we can distinguish the snowy peaks of the volcanic Sierra La Sal and the jagged walls of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado."]

1887 2.16132 Flagstaff & Grand Canon. Railroad Gazette, 19(March 4):153. ["Flagstaff & Grand Canon.--Organized in Arizona to build a road from Flagstaff, Arizona, on the Atchison & Pacific, northwesterly to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, a distance of about 60 miles." (entire item)]

1887 2.15423 The martyrs of the Colorado, 1781, and the identificaiton of the place where they died. United States Catholic Historical Magazine, 1(3)(July):319-328.

1887 21.5327 "Mount Taylor and the Zuñi Plateau." By Capt. C. E. Dutton. Washington, Government. In: Book-Reviews [section]. Science, 10(December 30):317-318. [Includes references to Grand Canyon.]

1887 11.2545 Mining on the Muddy. Deseret News, (June 15):9 [issue pagination]. [Cursory report from Overton, Nevada.]

1887 2.16252 [Flagstaff & Grand Canyon Railroad.] From: Railroad Companies [subsection]. In: Construction News [section]. Engineering News and American Contract Journal, 17(April 9):244. ["Flagstaff & Grand Cañon R. R. Co.; connecting with the Atlantic & Pacific R. R.; 60 miles; work will commence next month; D. M. Riordan, Flagstaff, Arizona." (entire note)]

1887 2.16212 [Brief note on a lecture by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh.] In: Transactions of the Society for the Year 1887. American Geographical Society, Journal, 19:lxii. [Meeting of March 15, 1887. "Gen. [George W.] Cullum then introduced the speaker of the evening, Mr. F. S. Dellenbaugh, who delivered an address on his 'Exploration of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado.'" (entire note)]

1887 2.22587 Year-book of the scientific and learned societies of Great Britain and Ireland: Comprising lists of the papers read during 1886 before societies enganged in fourteen departments of research with the names of their authors. Compiled from official sources. Fourth annual issue. London: Charles Griffin and Co. [See: Bedford Park Natural History and Gardening Society, pp. 98-99; specifically, p. 99, notice of lecture: "Ramsay, A., F.G.S.--The Grand Canon of Colorado [sic]. Dec. 18." (entire note)]

1887 2.13691 Vorlesung über die Jesuiten- und Franziskaner-Missionen in Kalifornien. (Fortsetzung.) Der Sendbote des Göttlichen Herzens Jesu (Monatschrift des Gebetsapostolates) (Gebetsapostolates für die deutschen Katholiken der Vereinigten Staaten, Cincinnati, Ohio), 14(4):195-200. [Part of a series, which begins p. 143. See p. 196, brief note of lower Colorado River region.]

1887 2.59 The canyons of the Colorado. Phrenological Journal, 84(1)(January):29-31. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 905

1887 2.60 Marble Canyon, Colorado River. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 64(May 7):182. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 906

1887 2.61 [Brief note on a lecture to the Appalachian Mountain Club, "A Trip to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado", by Charles D. Walcott.] Appalachia, 5(1):83.

1887 2.2308 The great walled river. American Meteorological Journal, 4:204-205. [Abstract of Dellenbaugh (1887) (Item no. 2.2307); brief synopsis, which calls the river "Rio Colorado Grande".] >Mon. 8: 1-19< Goodman 908

1888 21.5152 [Abstract of paper by William Barlow, "On the horizontal movements of rocks, and the relation of these movements to the formation of dykes and faults and to denudation and the thickening of strata", presented to Geological Society of London.] In: Reports and Proceedings [section]. Geological Magazine, new series, Decade 3, 5(6)(June):284-285.

1888 2.14111 The Colorado river of the West, by H.-M. Cadell (Scot. Geog. Mag., septembre 1887, p. 441). In: Bibliographie [section]. Le Globe (Société de Géographie de Genève), 27 (Series 4, 7):97-98. [Abstract of the article by Cadell (1887).]

1888 21.5367 [Abstract of paper by William Barlow, "On the horizontal movements of rocks, and the relation of these movements to the formation of dykes and faults and to denudation and the thickening of strata", presented to Geological Society of London.] In: Proceedings of Learned Societies [section]. London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Series 5, 25(June)(157):517-519.

1888 21.5261 [Notice of lecture by Charles D. Walcott at meeting of March 2, 1887.] Boston Society of Natural History, Proceedings, 23:342. ["The President [S. H. Scudder] then introduced Mr. C. D. Walcott of the U. S. Geological Survey, who gave an account of a 'Trip through the Grand Cañon of the Colorado.' Mr. Walcott illustrated his remarks by showing many lantern pictures, presenting to the Society a continuous view of the geology of the Grand Cañon, which he has done so much in elucidating." (entire note)]

1888 2.19516 John Wesley Powell. Scientific American, 59(7)(August 18):103-104. [Biographical sketch on his assumption of the presidency of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.]

1888 12.3169 Trasformazione dei deserti. In: Rassegna della Stampa Agraria Estera [section]. L'Agricoltura Italiana (Reale Istituto Agrario, Pisa), 14(Series 2, 4):370-371. [Synopsis of item credited to "E. M." in Journal d'Agricolture Pratique (Paris), no. 3, 1888.] [Salton Sea region.]

1889 2.18908 Grösste Wegbalkenbrücke (Cantilever) in America. In: Technische Rundschau [section]. Oesterreichische Eisenbahn-Zeitung (Club österreichischer Eisenbahn-Beamten, Wien), 12(42)(October 20):313. [Cantilever railroad bridge over Colorado River. Credited to Engineering News, 1869:5 (see Item no. 2.15633).]

1889 22.799 Municipal incompetency. The Deseret Weekly, 39(5)(July 27):134. ["Travelers who have been visiting the Grand Canyon of the Colorado report the river about five or six feet lower than usual, and state that it falls at the rate of two or three inches a day." N.B.: Item is a rhetorical complaint of the Salt Lake City Council and regarding scarce local water supplies.]

1889 2.15337 [Exhibition of photographs by Robert Brewster Stanton.] In: Engineering Societies [section]. Engineering and Building Record, 20(17)(September 21):231 [number also published in London October 5]. [Meeting of American Society of Civil Engineers, date and location not specified; "Robert B. Stanton exhibited after the close of the meeting, a large number of photographs of scenery in the Grand Canon of the Colorado, where he has recently been making a railroad survey." (entire item)]

1889 2.15550 The Grand Cañon railway project. Railway World, 15(33)(August 17):770-771. [Stanton survey.]

1889 2.15609 Le grand canon du Colorado. L'Illustration Nationale Suisse (Genève), (37):. [Citation from: Bibliographie und Literarische Chronik der Schweiz / Bibliographie et Chronique Littéraire de la Suisse, 19(7)(July):column 129.]

1889 2.15625 Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific. In: Railway Projects [section]. Railway World, (November 30):1142-1143.

1889 2.15633 Cantilever bridge across Colorado River: California & Arizona Railway. Engineering News, 21(February 23):165. [Red Rock, below Needles, California.]

1889 2.15634 Atlantic & Pacific. Engineering News, 21(March 2):200. ["Grading is in progress for the line which is to reach the new bridge across the Colorado river, now under construction, the site of which was illustrated in the last issue of Engineering News." (entire item) [re: Item no. 2.15633]]

1889 2.15635 San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern. Engineering News, 21(March 9):223. [Track-laying, with proposed extension "to the Needles, at the point where the Atlantic & Pacific crosses the Colorado river, and it is supposed that a junction will be made at this point with the projected extension of the Utah Southern Railroad, a part of the Union Pacific system."]

1889 2.15636 [Notice of "Denver, Colorado Cañon & Pacific R.R."] Engineering News, 21(April 6):299.

1889 2.15637 Denver, Colorado Canyon & Pacific. Engineering News, 21(April 6):320.

1889 2.15638 Work on the Needles bridge. Engineering News, 21(April 20):337.

1889 2.15639 Denver, Colorado Canon & Pacific R. R. Co. Engineering News, 21(May 25):467.

1889 2.16783 [Lecture notice.] In: Notes and News [section]. Science, (December 20):421. ["A course of public lectures was begun before the New York Academy of Sciences . . ."; including "'Grand Cañon of the Colorado' (illustrated by the lantern), by Professor Rossiter W. Raymond of Brooklyn."]

1889 2.16953 Natural sculptures of the Colorado. Nature (A Weekly Journal for the Gentleman Sportsman, Tourist and Naturalist)(New York), 1(1)(November 2):11.

1889 2.17219 Colorado River canon routes. In: Railway Projects [section]. Railway World (Philadelphia), 15(31)(August 3):735. [Stanton survey.]

1889 2.22032 [Grand Canyon railway survey.] Engineering News, 21(April 6):299. ["The Grand Cañon of the Colorado is in the hands of railway projectors, who propose, according to press accounts, to construct a road form a point near the Grand Junction in Western Colorado, through the Grand Cañon to some point on the California coast, probably San Diego. The road would be known as the Denver, Colorado Cañon & Pacific R. R., with $2,000,000 capital stock. The length of the railway would be about 1,050 miles, including the 200 miles through the Cañon. According to all accounts, the railway construction through this gorge will be exceedingly difficult and exceedingly costly. It has only been traversed by white men three or four times, and only once without loss of life." (entire item)]

1889 2.21349 Grösste Wagbalkenbrücke (Cantilever) in Amerika. In: Literatur-Blatt [section]. Österreichischen Ingenieur- und Architekten-Vereines, Wochenschrift, 14(7)(February 15):26 [separate pagination for Literatur-Blatt section]. [Notice of cantilever bridge over Colorado River at Red Rock, below Needles, California. Credits "Engineering News 1889, S. 165", for which see Item no. 2.15633 (for which note its publication date of February 23).]

1889 2.13642 [Abstract of "The Colorado River of the West" by H. M. Cadell (1887), originally in Scottish Geographical Magazine, 3(9).] Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Queensland Branch, Proceedings and Transactions, 4:20-22.

1889 2.13784 ["Grand Canon of the Colorado".] Home Mission Monthly, 3(6)(April):123.

1889 2.13372 Incidents of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Convention; at Denver, Colo., October 16, 1889. Locomotive Engineers Monthly Journal, 23(12)(December):967-972. [See p. 969, brief remarks of H. B. Chamberlin, successor to Frank M. Brown as president of Denver, Colorado Cañon and Pacific Railroad.]

1889 2.12497 [Re: Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(27)(July 6):21.

1889 2.12498 [Re: Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(28)(July 13):35.

1889 2.12499 [Re: Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(30)(July 27):73.

1889 2.12500 Chief Engineer Stanton on the Denver, Colorado Canyon and Pacific R.R. Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(33)(August 17):160-162.

1889 2.12501 An adventurous survey. Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(35)(August 31):194-195. [Excerpts from correspondence of R. B. Stanton.]

1889 2.12502 [Re: Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(45)(November 9):451.

1889 2.12503 [Re: Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(49)(December 7):549.

1889 21.4661 Grand Canon District of the Colorado River. Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 22(39)(September 28):290-291.

1889 2.10593 Report of the Evening Meetings, Session 1888-9. Tenth meeting, 8th April, 1889. Royal Geographical Society, Proceedings, and Monthly Record of Geography, New Monthly Series, 11(5)(May):310-311. [Election of Honorary Corresponding Fellows (p. 311) include "Captain C. E. Dutton, of Washington, U.S., the author of the `Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District.'" (entire item).]

1889 11.15 The salt mountains of the Colorado. West American Scientist, 6(November):158. [Virgin River.]

1889 21.13 The Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Mining and Scientific Press, 59(July 27):66. [Article signed "Ex."] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 913

1890 21.14 [Abstract of "Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District", U.S. Geological Survey Monograph 2, by Clarence E. Dutton.] Liverpool Geological Association, Journal, 9:49-55.

1890 30.9 "North American Fauna. No. 3. Results of a Biological Survey of the San Francisco Mountain Region and Desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona." By C. Hart Merriam. Garden and Forest, 3(December 10):603.

1890 2.62 The Colorado Canyon. Mining and Scientific Press, 60(March 22):197, 205. [Continued as:] Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Number II, (March 29):220. Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Number III, (April 19):270. Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Number IV, (May 3):302. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 920

1890 2.63 Railway project for the Colorado River. Utah Monthly Magazine, 7(3)(December):108-110. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 926

1890 30.614 "Report upon United States Geographical Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian, in charge of Captain George M. Wheeler. Vol. I, Geographical Report." In: Literary Notices [section]. Popular Science Monthly, 37(October):847.

1890 2.13522 Jorden rundt. In: Solskin i hjemmet. Illustreret læsning for ung og gammel. Et afvexlende udvalg af naturhistorie, biografi, bibelhistorie o.s.d. Chicago, Atlanta, Toronto, and Battle Creek (Michigan): Sundhedsvennens Forlagsforening, pp. 6-85. [In Danish. See in part, "Mexiko i Oldtiden", pp. 15-17, and "Colorado", pp. 17-19.]

1890 2.13528 The Grand Cañon of the Colorado. By Prof. R. W. Raymond, Ph.D. New York Academy of Sciences, Transactions, 9:128. ["The lecture was illustrated by projections of original photographs. At the conclusion of the lecture, a vote of thanks was unanimously given to Prof. Raymond for his interesting discourse." (entire note)]

1890 2.13542 The changes of land and sea. The Sailors' Magazine and Seamen's Friend, 62(2)(February):49.

1890 17.898 [Colonel Holabird of Los Angeles, trip to visit Havasupai.] In: Notes [section]. Nature, 43(November 13)(1098):44. [Partly quoted from New York Tribune.]

1890 2.13388 [Brief abstract of Stanton article on Colorado River railway, in Scribner's Magazine for November.] In: Exchanges [section]. The Railway Conductor, 7(21)(November 1):774.

1890 2.13655 [Stanton railroad survey.] In: Useful and Scientific Notes [section]. English Mechanic and World of Science, 51(April 11)(1307):135.

1890 2.14152 Americanized encyclopaedia Britannica; revised and amended. Vol. III.--Can-Dan. Chicago: Belford-Clarke Co., pp. 1283-1920. [See "Colorado River, or Rio Colorado", p. 1689.]

1890 2.14229 [Robert Brewster Stanton in San Diego.] The Great Southwest (San Diego and National City, California), 2(7)(July):1. ["Colonel Stanton, who recently completed a survey of the Grand Cañon route, is coming to San Diego again and will remain here two or three months and complete his report. He and the other surveyors are enthusiastic over the Grand Cañon. They say it has scenery more glorious than anything else in this country. Colonel Stanton says the outlet of the road will be San Diego, the Colorado being left at Yuma. A branch will also be built down to the gulf and both places be made ports of entry. He thinks there will be a grand rush of travel to this country when the road is completed." (entire note)]

1890 2.21491 [Stanton railroad survey.] In: The Week [section]. The Iron Age, 45(April 17):641. "Chief Engineer Robert B. Stanton, who is making the survey of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, pronounces the route practicable for a railroad, as the grades can be overcome and the curvatures will be slight, through a distance of 900 miles. The scenery surpasses anything elsewhere fond in America." (entire item)]

1890 2.21492 [Stanton railroad survey.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 23(February 8):133.

1890 2.21493 The Colorado Canon railroad survey. Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 23(March 8):233. [Stanton railroad survey.]

1890 2.21494 [Stanton railroad survey.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 23(March 15):249. ["The latest advices from the Cañon are that Chief Engineer Stanton and his party of railroad surveyors reached the mouth of Diamond Creek, on the Arizona line, on March 1. The trip through the Grand Cañon of the Colorado had been one of much danger and excitement, but had been, so far, successful in every way. A sort stretch only of comparatively open river remains to be covred before the party emerges." (entire item)]

1890 2.21495 [Stanton railroad survey.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 23(March 22):276. [Includes quotation from a letter received from Robert B. Stanton dated March 8 at Peach Springs, Arizona.]

1890 2.21496 [Stanton railroad survey.] Engineering News and American Railway Journal, 23(March 29):300. [Includes quotation from an item in the Denver Republican that was received from Robert B. Stanton.]

1890 2.21606 Americanized encyclopædia Britannica; revised and amended. Vol. X.--Tri-Zym. Chicago: Belford-Clarke Co., pp. 5919-6902. [See "United States of America" (pp. 5987-6088[b], specifically p. 6045, noting the Grand Canyon region; and see p. 6746, "Powell, John Wesley".]

1890 17.1657 [Note.] Donahoe's Monthly Magazine (Boston), 24(4)(October):370. ["A tribe of Indians, hitherto unknown to the white man, has been discovered in the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. They live in a valley containing 2,000 acres of land, inclosed by perpendicular walls 4,000 feet high." (entire item)] [Havasupai.]

1890 2.16657 Verarbeiten für eine Bahnlinie durch die Schluchten (Cannons) des Rio Grande in Colorado. (Engineering News 1889, Sept., S. 269 u. 278 Mit Plänen u. Ansichten.) In: Bericht über die Fortschritte des Eisenbahnwesens [section]. Organ für die Fortschritte des Eisenbahnwesens in technischer Beziehung (Vereins deutscher Eisenbahn-Verwaltungen), new series, 27(2/3):108-109. [Abstract of Robert Brewster Stanton's (1889) article, "The Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific Railroad Project" in Engineering News and American Railway Journal (see Item no. 2.5948). Note the misinterpretation, "Rio Grande in Colorado".]

1890 2.16658 [Robert Brewster Stanton lecture.] In: The World's Photography Focussed [section]. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, 27(376)(August 16):499. [Brief summary of stereopticon presentation by Stanton at the annual convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers.]

1890 4.363 The late Anson Call. Deseret News, (September 13):1 [issue pagination]. [Includes note on the establishment of the Mormon colony at Callville, Nevada.]

1890 2.15643 [Robert B. Stanton lecture.] Denver Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 2(July-December):39. [Meeting of November 13, 1890. ". . . Mr. Robert B. Stanton, Chief Engineer of the Denver, Colorado Canon & Pacific Railroad, gave an illustrated lecture on the feasibility of constructing a railroad through the canons of the Colorado river. A very large audience was in attendance." (entire item)]

1890 21.5479 A great lode. In: Mining Matters [section]. The Journal "Industry", 2(23)(June):167. ["There was last month a great deal of excitement around the Flagstaff district in Arizona, over an alleged discovery of a wonderful ledge in the Grand Cañon of the Colorado. The accounts written are exciting and extravagant; so much so that we expect the paper and ink consumed are a dead loss. The informant who wrote a letter to the Engineering and Mining Journal forgot even to mention what kind of mineral the wonderful ledge--far greater than the Comstock--contained. We are at loss to know how our contemporary finds a column to spare for such sensational recountal." (entire item)]

1890 2.15647 Survey in Colorado canon. In: Notes [section]. The Journal "Industry", 2(24)(July):191. ["A survey has been made for a railway through the Great Cañon of the Colorado River, and is reported as showing the scheme to be practicable, but what a railway is wanted there for is by no means clear, unless it be for a 'scenic route.' There is little that need be carried into, or out of the cañon, and as to the country around, there is nothing there to carry, or likely to be that warrants railway connection." (entire item)]

1890 2.15372 [Brief notice of Stanton article on Colorado River railway, in Scribner's Magazine for November.] In: Exchanges [section]. The Railway Conductor, 7(22)(November 15):816.

1890 2.15812 [Stanton railroad survey.] In: Miscellanea [section]. Engineering (London), 49(April 4):424. ["The adventurous survey for a railroad down the Grand Cañon of Colorado [sic], which has been in progress for some time, is now completed, so far as the preliminary work is concerned, and from the information thus gained it seems that there will be little difficulty in running a line through this awful gorge, as there is a natural bench from 20 ft. to 150 ft. above high water mark. Indeed it is stated that the line will not require one-half the heavy work that has been necessary in constructing lines amongst the mountains of Colorado." (entire item)]

1890 2.14300 The encyclopaedia Britannica; a dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature. Volume VI. New York: Henry G. Allen Co., 9th ed., complete reprint, 848 pp. [See "Colorado River, or Rio Colorado", pp. 163-164.

1890 2.18969 [Stanton railroad survey.] In: General Mining News [section]. Engineering and Mining Journal, 49(14)(April 5):390. [Refers to the railroad as the "Dover, Colorado Cañon & Pacific Railway".]

1890 2.19007 Mexican projects. In: Railway Projects [section]. Railway World, 18(31)(August 2):737-738. [Notes railway lines proposed by Mexican Land and Colonization Company (p. 738), one from San Quintin to the Colorado River, "with a branch in the direction of the Fuerte Yuma" [sic], and from the same point on the Colorado to a "connection at Magdalena with the Sonora railway by Altar, and with a branch to Port Isabel, if the principal line shall not pass that way."]

1890 21.5981 Meyers Konversations-lexikon. Eine Encyklopädie des allgemeinen Wissens. Vierte, gänzlich umgearbeitete Auflage. Siebzehnter Band. Ergänzungen und Nachträge.--Register. Leipzig and Wien: Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts. [See "Thäler", pp. 788-791, and plate, "Thalbildungen", between pp. 788-789. Includes Grand Canyon illustrations (plate, Figure 1, "Innere Schlucht des Grand Cañon von Colorado bei Toroweap."), and p. 790 in text (Figure 1, "Querprofil durch den Cañon des Colorado"; after Dutton, without credit).]

1890 2.18141 Denver, Colorado Canon and Pacific. In: Railway Projects [section]. Railway World (Philadelphia), 16(14)(April 5):329-330. [Stanton railroad survey.]

1891 2.18109 The survey of the great Colorado canon. Engineering (London), 52(July 10):48. [Stanton railroad survey.]

1891 12.3456 Irrigation in Arizona. University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 8, 14 pp.

1891 2.19278 Denver Society of Civil Engineers. Railroad and Engineering Journal, 65(4)(April):189. [Includes list of "papers read so far this season", including "February 24, The Cañons of the Colorado, by W. H. Graves." (entire note)]

1891 2.19279 [Samuel M. Rowe.] In: Personals [section]. The Railroad and Engineering Journal, 65(6)(June):283. ["Samuel M. Rowe has resigned his position as Chief Engineer of the Atlantic & Pacific, and is now engaged in building a narrow-gauge line running from Coolidge, N. M., southward. Mr. Rowe has been on the Atlantic & Pacific for some time, and had charge of the construction of the cantilever bridge over the Colorado at Red Rock." (entire item)]

1891 11.5127 [Salton Sea.] The Railroad and Engineering Journal, 65(8):338.

1891 11.5128 [Salton Sea.] The Railroad and Engineering Journal, 65(12):529.

1891 30.910 Our Italy. The Literary News (New York), 12(4)(April):102-103. [Review of Our Italy by Charles Dudley Warner.]

1891 2.19216 Chambers's encyclopædia; a dictionary of universal knowledge. New edition. Vol. III. Catarrh to Dion. London and Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers; and Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 828 pp. [See "Colorado [river]", pp. 360-361 (illustration, p. 360, "Grand Cañon of the Colorado, looking up. (From a photograph by E. Baer, of Prescott, Arizona.)"; and "Denudation", pp. 764-765 (Grand Canyon noted, p. 764).]

1891 11.5340 Inland navigation. Monthly Weather Review, 19(6)(June):143-144. [See p. 144: "During the last few days of the month of June] a part of the Colorado Desert basin in San Diego county, Cal., near the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad, was being rapidly filled with water. At this point there is a great inland basin which is more than 200 feet below the level of the sea at its lowest point. At the close of the month a lake about five miles in width had formed." (entire note)]

1891 11.5186 ["A geological phenomenon of considerable importance".] In: Facts and Events [section]. Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star (Liverpool), 52(28)(July 13):439. [Salton Sea.]

1891 11.5187 Formation of a Dead Sea in California. Hardwicke's Science-Gossip (London), 27(320)(August):190. [Salton Sea.]

1891 11.5474 Storms and floods. The Quarterly Register of Current History, 1(4)(November):426. [Includes Salton Sea.]

1891 12.3883 Storms and floods. The Quarterly Register of Current History, 1(4)(November):426. [Includes Salton Sea, and a note on sustaining the level of the naturally occurred recent flood: "How can the present height of water be sustained? That this may be accomplished, a canal must be built at Algodones, where the breach occurred, or at some other suitable point." (entire note)]

1891 11.5564 [Salton Sea.] In: Notes of the Week [section]. Railway World, 17(44)(October 31):1039-1040.

1891 4.364 Daniel H. Wells. Deseret News, (April 4):9 [issue pagination]. [Includes note of crossing Colorado River at Lees Ferry in summer 1876, when Bishop L. W. Roundy was drowned.]

1891 11.2612 Water in the desert. Deseret News, (July 18):8 [issue pagination]. [Salton Sea.]

1891 4.365 [Brief obituary notice for Jonathan Smith Johnson, Laura Alice Johnson, Permelia Johnson, and Melinda Johnson; all at Lees Ferry in May and June.] Deseret News, (August 8):23 [issue pagination].

1891 11.2613 One of nature's wonders. Deseret News, (August 29):11 [issue pagination]. [Salton Sea.]

1891 16.740 Prehistoric architecture. Engineering News, 25(6)(February 7):122. ["In our own country we have yet much to learn of the real history of the cliff dwellers and architectural works in New Mexico and Colorado. In his late exploration of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, Mr. [Robert Brewster] Stanton made new and most interesting discoveries of remains of this character that are not yet made public; but many articles found, including perfect mummies, have practically convinced Mr. Stanton that the original inhabitants and builders of these almost inaccessible homes belonged to a perod much more remote than any yet fixed for them, and that the immediate predecessors of the 'red man' of a century or two ago had themselves, cuckoo-like, simply occupied the works of an earlier race." (entire note)]

1891 21.5770 The International Geological Congress. American Naturalist, 25(October):942-950. [5th International Geological Congress.]

1891 11.2873 Rain about the new Lake Salton. In: Current Notes [section]. American Meteorological Journal, 8(7)(November):330-331. [Salton Sea.]

1891 2.17257 Southern Pacific project. In: Railway Projects [section]. Railway World, 19(15)(April 11):353.

1891 11.2907 The desert overflow. Railway World, 19(28)(July 11):655-656. [Salton Sea.]

1891 11.3408 The Colorado's overflow. The Illustrated American, 8(80)(August 29):50-51. [Not illustrated.]

1891 11.3384 Un nouveau lac à Salton (Etats-Unis). In: Faits et Nouvelles Géographiques [section]. Société de Géographie de Lille, Bulletin, 15(6)(June):421-422. [Salton Sea.]

1891 11.3385 Un nouveau lac. In: Faites Géographiques [section]. Société de Géographie de l'Est, Bulletin (Nancy), 13:405. [Salton Sea. Credited to La Géographie.]

1891 11.7669 The new desert lake. Stone (Indianapolis, Indiana), 4(4)(August):125. [Salton Sea.]

1891 2.21444 Vereinigte Staaten. In: Verzeichniss der Bibliothek-Eingänge 1890 [section]. Geographischen Gesellschaft von Bern, Jahresbericht, 10:154. [Notes: "Atlas to accompany the tertiary history of the grand Cannon district Dusson. [sic]" (entire note) Apparently the "t"s in Dutton's name were misread as German "s"s.]

1891 2.22186 [Lecture.] In: De Rebus [section]. The Oberlin Review, 19(12)(December 8):168. ["Mr. Russell, '94, gave the geology class a very interesting paper on the 'Grand Canon of the Colorado,' last Friday. Mr. Russell was thoroughly familiar with his subject and drew a vivid picture for his audience." (entire item)]

1891 30.667 Our Italy. The Literary World (Boston), 22(8)(April 11):123. [Review of Our Italy by Charles Dudley Warner.]

1891 2.13318 Der V. international geologische Congress. In: Eingesendete Mittheilungen [section]. Österreichischen Touristen-Club, Section für Naturkunde, Mittheilungen (Wien), 3(8)(August):64. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]

1891 2.13485 The falls of Niagara. Notes and Queries (Manchester, New Hampshire), 8(2)(February):240. [Mentioned is "the Great Canôn [sic] of the Colorado, California [sic]", with brief description. Noticed from W. A. Bell, New Tracks in North America (London, 1869).] [Serial title from wrapper; first printed page gives serial title as Miscellaneous Notes and Queries, with Answers. Wrapper further indicates, "The Bizarre."]

1891 21.4651 Congresso geologico internazionale. In: Notizie Diverse [section]. Reale Comitato Geologico d'Italia, Bollettino, Ser. 3, 2(1):76-78 (see p. 78). [Notice of 5th International Geological Congress.] [Also see a summary of the congress, "Quinta sessione del Congresso geologico internazionale" in Notizie Diverse, 2(3):193-198 (see p. 198), but which does not mention the Grand Canyon visit specifically.] [Volume title-page gives Vol. 22.]

1891 30.476 [Review of] Finck, Henry T.--The Pacific Coast Scenic Tour. In: Keltie, J. Scott, New geographical publications. Royal Geographical Society, Proceedings, and Monthly Record of Geography, new monthly series, 13(3(March):185-186.

1891 2.64 Cañon of the Colorado. Dublin Review, 109:435-436 [review of article in Engineering News]. >Mon. 8: 1-7<

1891 2.65 In Marble Canyon....Down the Colorado River. Current Literature, 6:604 [reprinted from the Denver Republican]. [Ellipsis is part of title.] >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 928

1891 2.66 The Colorado Canyon. Popular Science Monthly, 39:858. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 930

1891 2.67 [Brief note on "A lecture on A Visit to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, Arizona", given by Charles D. Walcott at March 9, 1891, meeting of the Academy.] Rochester Academy of Science, Proceedings, 1:153. [No summary of content of lecture other than "Illustrated by charts, models and lantern slides."] Goodman 927

1891 2.68 [Advance notice of program for 5th International Geological Congress, including field trip in part taking in Grand Canyon.] Société de Géographie, Compte Rendu des Séances, 1891(14/15):392-393.

1891 2.69 États-Unis.--Cinquième congrès géologique international, Washington, 1891. In: Chronique Géographique [section]. Société Royale Belge de Géographie, Bulletin, 15:160-162. [Advance notice of program for 5th International Geological Congress, including field trip in part taking in Grand Canyon.]

1891 30.10 "The Fauna of the Lower Cambrian or Olenellus zone; by C. D. Walcott". American Journal of Science, 3rd Series, 42:345-346. [Review of Walcott (1890, U.S. Geological Survey, 10th Annual Report, pp. 511-774, plates 44-98.] Goodman 660

1891 11.16 Salton Sea. Kansas City Scientist, 5(12):185.

1891 12.4 The flood in the desert. Mining and Scientific Press, 63(July 4):9. Goodman 658

1892 12.5 [Item on Colorado River flooding.] Gaea--Natur und Leben, 28:166-167.

1892 12.6 [Item on Colorado River flooding.] Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin, Verhandlungen, 19:156-157. (From Gaea [1892].)

1892 12.7 Der neue See in der Colorado-Wüste. Geographischen Gesellschaft in Wien, Mittheilungen, 35:48-49.

1892 11.17 Soils and waters; an examination of the soil of the mesa near Yuma, and the waters of the Colorado. University of Arizona, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 6, 8 pp. [Colorado River at Yuma.] FQ7:Misc.1

1892 2.70 [Note, by title only, of Prof. Dr. Credner's presentation to the Society, "Über seine Reise nach dem Colorado-Plateau und dem Grand Cañon."] Gesellschaft für Erdkunde, Verhandlungen, 19:97. [This or a similar presentation was published 1895 in Geographische Zeitschrift (see Rudolf Credner [Item no. 2.13800]).]

1892 2.71 The proposed railway through the grand cañons of the Colorado. Scientific American, 66(24)(June 11):369. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 933

1892 21.15 Einen Besuch des Colorado Cañon in Arizona. Gaea--Natur und Leben, 28(5):297-299.

1892 21.16 The White Hills District. Mining and Scientific Press, 65(July 30):74. Goodman 1774

1892 21.4068 ["Dem Geological Survey der Vereinigten Staaten".] In: Vermischtes [section]. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 7(10)(March 5):130-132. [See p. 131, mention of Powell and Wheeler expeditions.]

1892 17.867 The "Down-below People." Popular Science Monthly, 41(June):280-281. [Havasupai.]

1892 2.13124 Le chemin de fer du Colorado. In: Chronique Scientifique [section]. Bibliothèque Universelle et Revue Suisse, XCVIIe année, troisième période, 56:208-209. [Stanton expedition; item title taken from table of contents, p. 671.]

1892 2.12922 Arizona railroad item. The Deseret Weekly (Salt Lake City), 44(14)(March 26):452-453. [". . . grading was begun a few days ago on the Flagstaff and Grand Canyon railroad, at Cliff Spur, fourteen miles northeast of Flagstaff."; with an excerpt from the Democrat (Flagstaff).]

1892 21.5074 [Notice of presentation by Prof. H. Golliez on the Grand Canyon.] From: Sektion für Mineralogie und Geologie. In: Protokolle der Sektions-Sitzungen. Verhandlungung der Schweizerischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft bie ihrer Versammlung zu Basel den 5., 6., und 7. September 1892. 75. Jahresversammlung. / Actes de la Société Helvétique des Sciences Naturelles Réunie a Bale les 5., 6., et 7. Septembre 1892. 75. Session. Basel: Emil Birkhäuser, pp. 60-61.

1892 2.13386 The proposed railway through the grand canons of the Colorado. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Monthly Journal, 26(9)(September):844-846. [Abstract of Stanton (1892).]

1892 7.376 On Bright Angel Trail. The Station Agent, 6(5)(January):193-195.

1892 30.671 "Some Strange Corners of Our Country." [by Charles F. Lummis.] The Literary World, 23(25)(December 3)(468):446.

1892 2.14286 The titan of chasms. A mile deep, 13 miles wide, 217 miles long, and painted like a flower. Engineering Mechanics, (October):265. [In appearance as if a news note promoting a free book. Actually an advertisement for the Santa Fe Railway, although not stated by this name. The title is later used in conventional advertisements by the Santa Fe.]

1892 2.14306 Colorado. In: Ottuv Slovník naucny. Illustrovaná encyklopædie obecnych vedomostí. Páty Díl. C-Cechuvky. Praze: J. Otto, pp. 527-528. [Author designated only as "p."; key not located.] [Colorado River and Grand Canyon noted.] [In Czech. Not all diacritical marks display online.]

1892 2.13589 A drift for life. Ballou's Monthly Magazine, 77(2)(August)(452):143-145. [James White.]

1892 2.13737 To the Grand Canon of the Colorado. Detroit Emergency Hospital Reports (Michigan College of Medicine and Surgery, Clinical Department), 3(3)(September):7-9.

1892 19.3225 Calendar of Societies [section]. Science, 20(November 11)(510):278. [Includes notice for presentations to New Mexico Society for the Advancement of Science, Las Cruces, New Mexico: ". . . C. H. Tyler Townsend, A Partial Comparison of the Insect Fauna of the Grand Cañon with that of the San Francisco Mountain, in Arizona . . ." (entire note)]

1892 2.22580 [Abstract of a presentation by Prof. Dr. Credner of Leipzig.] In: Aus wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaften [section]. Export (Centralvereins für Handelsgeographie und Förderung Deutscher Interessen im Auslande) (Berlin), 14(13)(March 31):201-202. [Introduced with the remark, "Es fogte Geh. Bergrath Prof. Dr. Credner-Leipzig mit einem Vortrag über seine Reise nach dem Colorado-Plateau und dem Grand Cañon (sprich Canyon)."] [This or a similar presentation was published 1895 in Geographische Zeitschrift (see Rudolf Credner [Item no. 2.13800]).]

1892 17.1720 Leczenie rudoskórców. In: Zbiór powiastek, ciekawych i wesolych opowiadan historycznych, i artykulow tresci naukowej i opisowej. Zebrane przez "Gazete Polska." Chicago: Nakladem i Drukiem Wladyslawa Dyniewicza, pp. 236-241. [Regarding the Navajo. Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 236.] [In Polish.]

1892 11.5475 The Salton Lake. The Quarterly Register of Current History, 1(5)(February):548. [Salton Sea.]

1892 2.21567 Editor's study [column]. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 85(September):636-641. [See p. 640: "If a distinctively American architecture could be created out of such stuff as dreams are moade of, aided by the earthly suggestions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, we might expect to astonish the world." (entire note)]

1892 11.3387 Il nuovo lago del Colorado. In: Notizie ed Appunti [section]. Società Geografica Italiana, Bollettino, 29(Series 3, 5):375-376. [Credit: "Dalla Kölnische Zeitung, n. 4, 1892, in Mitteil. della K. K. Geog. Gessell. in Wien, n. 1, 1892".] [Salton Sea.]

1892 11.3372 Un nouveau lac formé dans le Colorado. L'Année Scientifique et Industrielle, 35(for 1891):260-261.

1892 11.3381 Un lac dans le désert de Colorado. In: Chronique Géographique [section]. Annales de Géographie (Paris), 1(October 1891/July 1892):507. [Salton Sea.]

1892 30.839 "Some Strange Corners of Our Country", by Charles F. Lummis. In: The Newest Books [section]. Current Literature, 11(3)(November):384.

1892 11.2614 The Colorado desert to become a garden. Deseret News, (March 26):20 [issue pagination]. [Salton Sea.]

1892 11.2615 Salton Lake. Deseret News, (July 23):11 [issue pagination]. (From San Francisco Chronicle.) [Salton Sea.]

1892 19.3272 Personal notes. Psyche, 6(July)(195):292-293. [Includes notice of embarkation of C. H. Tyler Townsend "on a field trip by wagon from [Las Cruces] to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado via Flagstaff" where they will also meet another party under Prof. Toumey.]

1892 2.14420 The titan of chasms. A mile deep, 13 miles wide, 217 miles long, and painted like a flower. The First Maine Bugle (First Maine Cavalry Association, Rockland Maine), "Campaign II. Call 9." [2(9)](July):103. [In appearance a news note but this is an unsigned promotional item for a free book from the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad.]

1892 21.5455 [Synopsis of lecture by Prof. Dr. Credner of Leipzig, on "Colorado-Plateau und dem Grand Cañon (sprich Canyon)".] In: Aus wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaften [section]. Export (Berlin), 14(13)(March 31):201-202.

1892 32.67 The brush incandescent machines. Engineering Mechanics, (September):242. [Cf. volume index, under "Trade Notices": "Brush Incandescent Machine--Atlantic & Pacific R.R. and Grand Canyon".]

1892 2.15272 The Grand Canon. Cook's Excursionist and Home and Foreign Tourist Advertiser, American Edition, 43(9)(September):11.

1892 21.5446 [Report regarding C. Schmidt and H. Golliez, Swiss delegation of the Federal Council to a mission to America [5th International Geological Congress].] From: Minéralogie et Géologie [subsection]. In: Soixante-quinzième session de la Société Helvétique des Sciences Naturelles réunie a Bale; les 5, 6, et 7 septembre 1892 [section]. Compte Rendu des Travaux présentés a la soixante-quinzième session de la Société Helvétique des Sciences Naturelles réunie a Bale les 5, 6, et 7 septembre 1892. Genève: Bureau des Archives; Lausanne: Georges Bridel; and Paris: G. Masson; dépôt pour l'Allemagne, H. George, a Bale, pp. 66-69. ( Archives des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles, (October/November).) [Includes notice of report by Golliez regarding "Grand Canion du Colorado" [sic], pp. 68-69.]

1892 2.15632 The alumni and former student catalogue of Miami University; including members of the Board of Trustees and faculty. 1809-1892. Oxford, Ohio: Oxford News, 194 [195] pp. [See under Class of 1871, "Robert Brewster Stanton, Civil Engineer, Denver, Col.", p. 114.]

1892 30.920 "A Tramp Across the Continent." By Charles F. Lummis. Book News (Philadelphia), 10(119)(July):487. [Credited to Philadelphia Ledger. Colorado River and Grand Canyon mentioned.]

1892 2.18946 The tiltan [sic] of chasms. A mile deep, 13 miles wide, 217 miles long, and painted like a flower. Michigan School Moderator, 13(2)(September 22):46-47. [Titan of chasms.] [As like an article but is really a promotional piece for the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad.]

1892 30.873 Pamphlets and books received. The Christian Union, 46(16)(October 15):704. ["Colorado. [sic] A Description of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River. Issued by the Passenger Department of the Santa Fé Route." (entire note) N.B.: On the same page is a small text advertisement for the Santa Fe and Grand Canyon, "The Titan of Chasms A mile deep, 13 miles wide, 217 miles long, and painted like a flower", which also promotes the free book.]

1892 2.18399 Proceedings of the National Geographic Society. (Abstract of minutes.) National Geographic Magazine, 3:vii-xiii. [See p. viii: "April 11, 1891. Special meeting. Meeting held in the Lecture Hall of the National Museum. President Hubbard in the chair. Attendance, 750. ¶Major J. W. Powell delivered an address on 'The Grand cañon of Colorado river.' [sic]" (entire item)]

1893 2.18243 [Marcel Monnier's "impressions dans le Far-West et le nord-ouest des États-Unis (Amérique du Nord): Nouveau-Mexique, Arizona, Colorado; le pays des Missions: Californie du Sud, le Yellowstone, Alaska."] In: Deuxième Assemblée Générale de 1893. Tenue de 15 décembre à l'Hôtel de la Société. Société de Géographie, Compte Rendu des Séances (Paris), 1893(17/18):467-469. [Grand Canyon, p. 468.]

1893 2.18142 The Italy of America. Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science, and Art, Series 5, 10(June 3):351-352. [Quoting Warner on the Grand Canyon, p. 352: "The mountain scenery of Southern California is even more wonderful than its floral wealth. It includes the Yosemite Dome and Waterfalls, and the Grand Cañon of the Colorado."]

1893 2.17744 February 8, 1893.--One Hundred and Thirty-fifth Corporate Meeting. Appalachia, 7(1)(February):96. ["'A Summer Vacation in Arizona, with a Trip to the Colorado Cañon,' written by Professor C. H. Tyler Townsend of New Mexico, was read by Mr. Charles H. Ames. This interesting paper, with its vivid description of the descent into the cañon, was finely illustrated with maps and charts belonging to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (See p. 48.)" (entire note) The cross-reference pertains to the paper by Townsend, "A wagon-trip to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River", pp. 48-63 (see Item no. 2.6370).]

1893 11.3545 Een voorhistorische vondst in Amerika. In: Verscheidenheden [section]. Morgenrood (Amsterdam), 1893(33):264. [Archaeological discovery, lower Colorado River region.]

1893 21.6146 [Mining.] Mining and Scientific Press, 67(25)(December 16):398. ["A number of men have quit the White Hills and have gone into the Grand Canyon country in search of gold and copper. They claim to have a pointer on some good gold property in Diamond Creek country." (entire item)]

1893 11.5113 White Hills. In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 67(4)(July 22):62.

1893 21.6138 The railroad survey of the Colorado River. Engineering and Mining Journal, 55(3)(January 21):59. [Stanton railroad survey. Focus on the mineral resources of the route.]

1893 12.3702 [Dam in Grand Canyon.] In: Coast Industrial Notes [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 67(23)(December 2):365. [Boulder-armored steel hydropower dam proposed for Grand Canyon (location not stated).]

1893 2.18991 Among the Pimas; or The mission to the Pima and Maricopa Indians. Albany, New York: printed for The Ladies' Union Mission School Association, 136 pp. [See in Chapter 2, "Mrs. Cook's Missionary Life" (Mrs. Charles H. Cook); lower Colorado River region, pp. 35-39.]

1893 2.19384 Hebrew names in aboriginal American tongues. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, 36(2)(August):251. [Includes: "The old name of the Colorado was Yuma; the tribes upon the borders of the river were called Yumas, because they were found on the Yuma River; and 'Fort Yuma' takes its title from the tribal appellation." (entire note)]

1893 11.5250 The lost Pegleg. In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 66(4)(January 28):61. [Search party departs to locate the "famous lost Pegleg gold mine".]

1893 11.5251 The Pegleg gold mine a myth. Mining and Scientific Press, 66(22)(June 3):342.

1893 11.5252 ["The most successful artesian well ever sunk on the Colorado desert".] Mining and Scientific Press, 66(April 1):198. [Located by Union Pacific Railroad at Walters station.]

1893 13.2817 [Proclamations by President Harrison noted.] The Nation, 56(March 2):153. [Creation of Grand Canyon Forest Reserve noted.]

1893 13.2818 [Proclamations by President Harrison noted.] Garden and Forest, 6(March 15):120. [Creation of Grand Canyon Forest Reserve noted.]

1893 13.2819 A memorable advance in forest-preservation. Century Magazine, 45(6)(April):950-952. [Creation of Grand Canyon Forest Reserve noted, p. 950.]

1893 13.2815 The preservation of the forests. The Manufacturer and Builder, 25(5)(May):100. [Notice of forest reserves declared by President Harrison, including "1,850,000 [acres] in Arizona, comprising the grand cañon of the Colorado River, the site of the most rugged and magnificent scenery probably in the world" (entire note of pertinence)]

1893 11.2144 The city in the desert. Deseret Weekly, 47(6)(July 29):220. [Colorado Desert.]

1893 2.15566 An early experiment. Deseret News, (November 25):6 [issue pagination]. [Recounting early Mormon efforts in navigating and establishing commerce on the lower Colorado River.]

1893 12.2734 [Improving navigation of the Colorado River.] In: Western News Items [section]. Deseret Weekly, 47(26)(December 16):828. ["United States engineers are examining the Colorado river above Yuma, with a view to making it navigable to Grand canyon, a distance of 700 miles from its mouth." (entire item)]

1893 21.5620 ["Rich strike" of gold found in Grand Canyon.] In: Notes [section]. Public Opinion, 14(15)(January 14):361. ["A rich strike of gold is reported to have been made in the Grand Canon of the Colorado, seventy miles north of Flagstaff, Ariz. . . ." (entire note)]

1893 2.16050 [Trolley boats.] Western Electrician (Chicago), 13(7)(August 12):77. ["A party of eastern capitalists, said to have some connection with the Santa Fe railroad system, is visiting the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river for the purpose of investigating the feasibility of laying an electric cable 500 miles in length along the river, with which to drive small boats through the Black canyon and other scenic points. The power is to be generated by water wheels driven by the current of the river, or the water will be diverted into canals and dropped into the river again. A copper wire cable will be suspended over the center of the river, which is for the most part about 300 feet in width and electric power will be conveyed to small boats similar to the manner of running electric railways." (entire item; capitalizations thus]

1893 2.15983 Trolley boats. The Electrician (London), 31(August 18)(796):411. ["A party of capitalists, says Electricity of Chicago, said to have some connection with the Santa Fé Railroad system, has been visiting the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River for the purpose of investigating the feasibility of laying an electric cable 500 miles in length along the river with which to drive small boats up through the Black Canyon and other scenic points, where the cliffs, over a mile in height, overhang the stream. Power is to be generated by water-wheels driven by the current of the river itself, or, wherever feasible, the water will be diverted into canals. A copper wire cable will be suspended over the centre of the river, which is, for the most part, about 300ft. in width, and electric power will be conveyed to small steamers as in the case of electric railways." (entire item)]

1893 12.2957 Irrigation scheme. Deseret News, (June 10):25 [issue pagination]. [Proposed damming of Gila River in Arizona, for the irrigation of lands east and south of Yuma in Arizona and Sonora.]

1893 2.16408 A rescue on the Colorado. Deseret News, (July 8):14 [issue pagination]. [A partial synopsis of Robert Brewster Stanon's article in Cosmopolitan, "Engineering with a Camera in the Canyons of the Colorado" (see Item no. 2.5953), regarding the injury and rescue of Franklin A. Nims; with quotation favorable to Mormons.]

1893 11.2616 The city in the desert. Deseret News, 47(August 5):28 [issue pagination]. [Colorado Desert.]

1893 2.16242 [Trolley boats.] In: Miscellaneous Notes [section]. Electrical World, 22(6)(August 5):108. ["San Bernardino, Cal.--It has been proposed to utilize the water power of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River to propel steamers by a trolley system 500 miles long, and for irrigating purposes." (entire item)]

1893 2.16967 [Electric launches on the Colorado River.] In: Work World Notes [section]. Work (London), 6(233)(September 2):103. ["Electric launches, as hitherto constructed, have mostly carried their motive power on board; but it is now proposed to run a fleet in waters of the Colorado Grand Cañon [sic] which are to be supplied with current from overhead wiring." (entire item)]

1893 13.2941 Our fifteen new forest reservations. Review of Reviews, 8(1)(July):63-66. [See p. 66, Grand Canyon Forest Reserve.]

1893 30.803 The Cosmopolitan. In: The Periodicals Reviewed [section]. Review of Reviews, 8(2)(August):218. ["Robert B. Stanton tells how he and two companions surveyed the Grand Canon of the Colorado through the aid of a camera--a feat attended with hair-breadth escapes and hardships which made even the transcendent scenery of the Canon and the magnificent outcome of the engineering work seem dear." (entire note)]

1893 30.840 "America's Wonderland." By J. W. Buel. In: Book Notices [section]. The Medical Brief (St. Louis), 21(11)(November):1364.

1893 11.3382 Un nuovo lago del Rio Colorado. Annuario Scientifico ed Industriale (Milano), 29 (for 1892):449-450. [Salton Sea.]

1893 11.3379 The Cocopah desert. Goldthwaite's Geographical Magazine, 5(7/9)(July/September):292-293.

1893 19.3691 Proceedings of the New Mexico Society for the Advancement of Science. In: Proceedings of Scientific Societies [section]. American Naturalist, 27(March):310-312. [See "Meeting of November 2, 1892, at La Cruçes.--(No. 1.)", pp. 310-311, summary of a paper by [C. H. Tyler] Townsend, "A partial comparison of the insect fauna of the Grand Cañon with that of the San Francisco Mountain in Arizona"; and which also notes (p. 311), "Specimens of insets were exhibited . . . and many photographs and views of the cañon region were shown." And see repeated under "(No. 3)" (p. 311): "Quite a number of specimens of the insect fauna of Grand Cañon and the San Francisco Mountains of Arizona were exhibited by Professor Townsend, besides some photographs taken during the trip."]

1893 11.7176 Ein neuer See in der Coloradowüste. Jahrbuch der Astronomie und Geophysik (Leipzig), 3 (for 1892)252-253. [Salton Sea. Credited to "Köln. Ztg. 1892. Nr. 4."]

1893 12.4690 [Salton Desert irrigation plan.] In: The Week [section]. The Iron Age, 52(December 21):1027. ["The Colorado Irrigating Company have projected a canal to irrigate 1,200,000 acres of land in the Salton Desert of that State [sic]. The water will be conveyed from the Colorado River, the total length of the canal being about 400 miles, and the estimated cost $5,000,000. Should water be placed on the tract in question, its value would be raised to about $20,000,000." (entire note)]

1893 11.7657 The new Lake in the Colorado desert. In: Bonney, T. G. (ed.), The year-book of science; edited for 1892. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., pp. 323-324. [Synopsis of Item no. 11.969.]

1893 21.5123 ["Rich strike" of gold found in Grand Canyon.] Deseret Weekly, (January 14):117.

1893 2.13317 [Abstract of a presentation by Prof. Dr. [Hermann] Credner at the January 16 meeting, "Über seine Reise über das Colorado-Plateau und die San-Francisco-Mountains zum Grand Cañon".] In: Vereinssitzungen des Jahres 1892 [section]. Vereins für Erdkunde zu Leipzig, Mitteilungen, 1892:xii-xv (see also p. [v]).

1893 2.13555 Coal in Arizona. American Engineer and Railroad Journal, 67 (new series, 7)(March):111. [Near Flagstaff. Notice is made in passing of copper in Grand Canyon and the "proposed Flagstaff & Grand Cañon Railroad" line.]

1893 4.321 [Obituary notice of John Strong Newberry.] The American Engineer, 67(1)(January):50. [Name given in error as John Storey Newberry.]

1893 2.13117 Relación de los objetos, fotografías y obras remitidas por el Sr. W. J. Hoffman. M. D. In: Adquisiciones de la Academia durante el segundo semestre del año 1892. Real Academia de la Historia, Boletín (Madrid), 22:71-95 (see pp. 74, 76).

1893 21.4876 [Archibald Geikie remarks relating to future history of Grand Canyon excavation.] In: Notes [section]. Popular Science Monthly, 24(November):143-144.

1893 2.10594 Dr. Diener's expedition to the central Himalaya. Geographical Journal, 2(3)(September):258-261 (see pp. 260-261, Grand Canyon in passing). ["Report of a paper read before the Geographical Society of Berlin, June 3rd, 1893."]

1893 19.4 Arizona game preserves. Arizona's Resources, 1(February):18. Goodman 2522

1893 2.73 The story of Yuma. Arizona Magazine (Yuma), 1(6):1-10. [According to Goodman (1969, p. 100), reprinted with by-line Thomas F. Dawson, "The Climate of Yuma", in the August number.] Goodman 842

1893 2.74 Yuma County, Arizona. Arizona Magazine (Yuma), 1(6):40-41. Goodman 1946

1893 2.75 Yuma. Arizona's Resources, 1(February):21-23. Goodman 841

1893 2.76 Photography in travel. Around the World, 1(1)(December):7-9 (see p. 8).

1893 2.77 List of railroad lines followed by the excursion. In: Emmons, Samuel Franklin (ed.), Geological guide book of the Rocky Mountain excursion. Congrès Géologique International, Compte Rendu de la 5^me Session, Washington, 1891. Washington: Imprimerie du Gouvernement [U.S. Government Printing Office], pp. 259-260. [5th International Geological Congress.]

1893 11.18 Winds and their effects on the Colorado Desert. West American Scientist, 8:81. [Probably by C. R. Orcutt.]

1893 12.8 Der Saltonsee. Geographischen Gesellschaft in Wien, Mittheilungen, 36:546.

1893 12.9 Constructing irrigation canals. Irrigation Age, 4(January):247. [Yuma area.] Goodman 2339

1893 12.10 Records of progress and irrigation development. Irrigation Age, 4(March):312. Goodman 2344

1893 12.11 Canal construction for reclaiming the sage brush desert of the sunny Southwest. Irrigation Age, 5(May):1. Goodman 2346

1894 12.12 Pumping water for irrigation in Arizona. Engineering News, 31(May 31):456. Goodman 2359

1894 11.19 Strange phenomenon in California. Formation of an inland sea. The Humming Bird (Isle of Wight and London), 4(4)(December):53. [Salton Sea.]

1894 2.78 List of railroad lines followed by the excursion. In: Emmons, Samuel Franklin (ed.), Geological guide-book for an excursion to the Rocky Mountains. New York: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 259-260. [Reprinted from 5th International Geological Congress, Compte-Rendu (1893).]

1894 2.79 Arizona. A colony on the Colorado. In: Colony Building in Arid America [section]. Irrigation Age, 6(6)(June):267. Goodman 838

1894 30.637 "North American Fauna. Heft 1-5." Naturwissenschaftliche Wochenschrift, 9(28)(July 15):346.

1894 6.555 Oriel geographical reader; seventh standard. London, Belfast, and New York: Marcus, Ward and Co., Ltd., 252 pp. (see pp. 49-50).

1894 2.13685 A hole in the ground four hundred and fifty miles around. The Grand Canon of the Colorado River in Arizona. Texas Medical Journal, 9(12)(June):660.

1894 16.654 Prehistoric remains in the Grand Cañon of Colorado [sic]. British and American Archaeological Society of Rome, Journal, 2(4):177-180. [Abstract of a presentation by Rev. Dr. Nevin at the meeting of February 27, 1893. Title from wrapper of the Journal for this number.]

1894 2.14071 [Marcel Monnier's "récent voyage aux États-Unis".] In: Correspondance et Comptes Rendus Critiques des Sociétés de Géographie et des Publications Récentes [section], Société de Géographie [subsection, for 15 December 1893]. Revue de Géographie, 34(7)(January):68-69.

1894 21.5191 [Gold in Grand Canyon.] In: The Miscellany [section]. The Statistician and Economist, 1893-94. San Francisco and New York: L. P. McCarty, p. 563. ["Gold has been discovered in the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, 70 miles north of Flagstaff, Ariz." (entire note)]

1894 11.7656 Redway (Jacques-W.). Salton Lake. (Geog. Journal, août 1893.) Annales de Géographie, (Bibliographie de l'Année 1893)183-185. [Synopsis of Item no. 11.7655.]

1894 2.22744 Exchanging government books. The British Bookmaker, 7(80)(February):192. [Regarding "A curioius book store is that run by an old man on D street, in Washington." He runs a "book exchange", for customers who mostly are congressmen, who receive complimentary copies of government publications in numbers that may not correlate to the needs of their constituents; for example, city versus rural districts. "He therefore takes some such valuable work as the survey of the grand cañon of the Colorado, with its superb coloured atlas, goes to the old book man and makes an exchange. For a grand cañon he can easily get a thousand agricultural reports * * * the dealer reserving the more rare and expensive volumes he secures for cash customers."]

1894 30.1107 "In the Heart of the Rockies." By G. A. Henty. In: Current Literature [section]. The Spectator (London), (3461)(October 27):567.

1894 2.21549 Sixth report of the Secretary of the Class of 1872 of Harvard College. 1885-1894. Printed for the use of the class. Boston: Wright and Potter Printing Co., 64 pp. [See p. 31, Edward Baldwin Russell: "In [a second western trip] he was so impresssed with the natural beauties of Arizona and New Mexico that he wrote some letters to the Transcript (Boston), descriptive of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, the Petrified forest, Acoma, etc., which were published in the spring of 1893." (entire note)]

1894 21.5806 [Note on lecture and remarks.] From: Geological Section * * * March 20, 1894. In: Reports of Meetings [section]. Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society, Journal (Birmingham, England), 1[1894-1895]:16. ["Mr. W. P. Marshall read a paper on 'The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, Arizona.' The paper was illustrated by diagrams, maps, and water colour drawings. Mr. Councillor Wallis gave a description of his visit to the Cañon, with a detailed account of Hance's Trail. Dr. Lapworth suggested the probable cause of the formation of the Cañon. A cordial vote of thanks was given to Mr. Marshall for is paper." (entire note)]

1894 12.3133 Arizona. In: Pulse of the Irrigation Industry [section]. Irrigation Age, 7(4)(October):205. ["The interest in the Grand canyon [sic] dam is increasing. It is expected that within five years the waters of the mighty Colorado will be irrigating farms in the Wallapai valley." (entire note)]

1894 12.3138 The progress of western America. Irrigation Age, 6(1)(January):1-11.

1894 19.3612 [Notice of description of Ostrya knowltonii Cov. from Grand Canyon.] In: News and Notes [section]. Botanical Gazette, 19(5)(May):212.

1894 4.352 George Huntington Williams. Scientific American, 71(22)(December 1):337, 343. [Williams, George Huntington (1856-1894).] [See p. 343: "Professor Williams was also a member of the International Congress of Geologists, and when that congress met in Washington in 1891 [5th International Geological Congress] he was one of the managers who conducted its members on the excursion to the canyon of the Colorado." (entire note)]

1894 2.14355 The national cyclopædia of American biography; being the history of the United States as illustrated in the lives of the founders, builders, and defenders of the Republic, and of the men and women who are doing the work and moulding the thought of the present time. Volume V. New York: James T. White and Co., 537 pp. [See "Sutro, Mrs. Theodore", pp. 461-462; New York social circle. "Mrs. Sutro happens to be one of the few American women who have traveled extensively in their own country; in one of her recent trips with her husband she penetrated to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, that stupendous scenic wonder of the United States, which, up to 1893, but few ladies had visited." (entire pertinent note)]

1894 2.14812 Announcement.--American Medical Association convention to be held at San Francisco, beginning June 5, 1894. In: Railroad News [section]. Medical Review (St. Louis), 29(18)(May 5):363-364. [Includes notice of free publications, including one on Grand Canyon. Probably an advertisement in part for the Santa Fe Railway; item is repeated in same section, (19)(May 12):385-386), (20)(May 19):407-408.]

1894 12.2682 To dam the Colorado. In: Notes and Clippings [section]. American Architect and Building News, 43(January 6)(941):12. [Proposal to be submitted to the government in Washington to build a steel-framework dam in Grand Canyon, protected upstream by boulders, for flood control and power production. From "Phonix, Ariz., Republican.")

1894 11.5188 Sanatarium for diseases of the nose, throat and lungs. In: Editorial Notes [section]. The American Therapist (New York), 2(9)(March 15):271. ["Dr. C. L. Gregory, formerly of Yreka, California, has removed to Yuma,Arizona, where he has opened a sanatarium for the treatment of diseases of the lungs and upper air passages. The place was selected after a careful personal experience in the immediate and surrounding country, and combines purity of atmosphere with dryness, without too great an elevation." (entire item)]

1894 2.18979 Major Powell retires. [and] His work in the Far West. In: The Progress of Western America [section]. Irrigation Age, 6(6)(June):232. [See also illustraton of Powell, p. 227.]

1894 2.18980 Major Powell and his work; a friend describes his service to western America. Irrigation Age, 6(6)(June):235-237.

1894 2.20005 The progress of western America. Irrigation Age, 6(3)(March):89-. [See "New Railroad Building", p. 93, which includes the San Diego & Phoenix Railroad; and "San Diego and Phonix", p. 94.]

1894 11.5563 [Note.] In: Clips and Culls [section]. The Great Southwest, 6(50)(May):33. ["It is likely that a colony of European vineyardists will improve territory near the mouth of the Colorado river." (entire item)]

1894 2.17292 [Note on lecture and remarks.] From: Geological Section * * * March 20, 1894. In: Reports of Meetings [section]. Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society, Journal (Birmingham, England), 1[1894-1895]:16. ["Mr. W. P. Marshall read a paper on `The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, Arizona.' The paper was illustrated by diagrams, maps, and water colour drawings. Mr. Councillor Wallis gave a description of his visit to the Cañon, with a detailed account of Hance's Trail. Dr. Lapworth suggested the probable cause of the formation of the Cañon. A cordial vote of thanks was given to Mr. Marshall for is paper." (entire note)]

1894 12.3428 Proyectos para irrigacion. Sociedad Agrícola Mexicana, Boletín, 18(46)(December 16):736.

1895 2.18144 [J. A. Mellon.] In: Western News Items [section]. Deseret News, (January 12):127. [Briefly abstracted item following on the article in January 5 issue, "Wyoming to Yuma by Boat" (see Item no. 2.16411).]

1895 11.5091 The uncultivated bast fibers of the United States. Scientific American, 73(1)(July 6):7. [Notes: "In our own country, the single genius [sic] Sesbania of this family [Leguminosae] has attracted attention as a fiber producer. Specimens of the straight stiff canes of S. macrocarpa, or wild hemp of the Colorado River region, have been sent to the department [U.S. Department of Agriculture] at different times in the past twenty years."]

1895 7.663 "Seven-Up" Blaine's conversion. Chambers's Journal, 12(625)(December 21):804-807, (626)(December 28):820-824. [Short story takes place "in the north-west corner of Arizona, not very far from the Grand Cañon, [where] there existed the Pueblo de la Santissima Maria de los Unicomwicosowas, a Franciscan mission station" otherwise known as "New Denver".]

1895 2.14991 Re-arranging the West. The Deseret Weekly, 50(16)(April 6):505-506. ("Written for this Paper".) [Proposition for the re-arrangement of state lines. Proposed boundaries separating Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and "south California" follows the Colorado River.]

1895 21.5360 [Report of the librarian.] In: Sitzung des naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins; Montag, den 14. October 1895 [section]. Helios (Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins des Regierungsbezirkes Frankfurt), 13(8/9)(November/December):125. [Includes notice of receipt of 69 large atlases from the "Geological Survey zu Washington" (U.S. Geological Survey), valued at 250 Marks. Specially noted, in passing, is the volume on the Tertiary history of the "grossen Cangons [sic] des Coloradoflusses".]

1895 17.1048 ["Definitions" and "habitat" of various Native American tribes of Arizona.] In: Facts and Events [section]. Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star (Liverpool), 57(31)(August 1):487. (From "[a]n Arizona correspondent of the San Diego Union.")

1895 2.14441 [Marcus E. Jones.] In: De Alumnis [section]. The Unit (Iowa College), 10(4)(February 23):39. ["A letter from Marcus E. Jones [class of 1875] informs us that he will be in Washington until May and that his book on the botany of the Grand Canyon district will be out soon thereafter." (entire note) N.B.: No monograph on the subject by the author is identified.]

1895 2.14523 Appliances for geographical object lessons. From: Sixth International Geographical Congress, London, 1895. Catalogue of the exhibition. Revised as Appendix B to the Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress. In: The Secretaries (eds.), Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress, held in London, 1895. London: John Murray; Berlin: Dietrich Reimer (Hoefer und Vohsen); and Paris: Hachette et Cie., pp. 109-110 [in separately paginated Appendix B]. [See "Hölzel's Geographische Characterbilder für Schule und Haus (Typical Scenery for the School and the Home)", which includes item, "Grand Cañon of the Colorado"; "Wall edition" and "hand edition" noted. Cited here for its notice of advertising at a professional convention.] [6th International Geographical Congress.]

1895 2.15426 Linde Association. Sketch of the organization of the Linde Association of Stationary Engineers--its aim and purpose--biographical sketches of its officers. Ice and Refrigeration, 9(4)(October):238-240. [See regarding Otto Luhr, p. 239: "Then he joined a party of bridge builders going west, and assisted in the erection of the bridge across the Canyon Diablo, in Arizona, on the A. & P. road [Atlantic & Pacific Railroad], 355 feet above the bottom of the canyon. He was one of two men only who did the riveting at the highest and most dangerous points about the bridge. After this he assisted in erected another bridge across the Grand canyon of the Colorado." (entire note; with portrait)]

1895 12.2907 Yuma, Ariz. In: General News [section]. Electricity (New York), 8(4)(February 6):47. ["A project of grand proportions in electrical plants" planned for Colorado River at Yuma; power production and irrigation.]

1895 2.16411 Wyoming to Yuma by boat. Deseret News, (January 5):82-88. [Proposal by Captain J. A. Mellon of Yuma to build boats and re-run John Wesley Powell's Colorado River trip from Green River, Wyoming, finishing in Yuma. Principally a long quotation of Mellon's proposal. Fancifully naïve.]

1895 2.16412 New railway scheme. Deseret News, (May 4):5. [Proposed New York-based venture "for building an enormous reservoir and canal in Arizona, and extending a railroad there"--Salt River reservoir and irrigation canals east of Colorado River; extention of Arizona Central railroad northward to Salt Lake City and southward to Nogales.]

1895 30.841 [Review of "Canyons of the Colorado" by J. W. Powell.] In: Scientific Literature [section]. Popular Science Monthly, 48(December):278.

1895 2.22794 The home encyclopædia; compiled and revised to date from the leading encyclopædias. Volume Eighteen. Chicago: Educational Publishing Co., pp. 5789-6122. [See "United States of America, The" (pp. 5987-6088); Grand Canyon region, p. 6045.]

1895 11.7785 Cooper Ornithological Club. The Nidologist (New York), 3(4/5)(December):50-52. [Principally a summary of a paper by A. W. Anthony, "Notes from the Colorado Desert", presented at the November 2 meeting.]

1895 21.6672 [Minutes of the Geological Section for March 20, 1894.] In: Reports of Meetings [section]. Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society, Journal (Birmingham, England), 1:16. ["Mr. W. P. Marshall read a paper on 'The Grand Cañon of the Colorado River, Arizona.' The paper was illustrated by diagrams, maps, and water colour drawings. Mr. Councillor Wallis gave a description of his visit to the Cañon, with a detailed account of Hance's Trail. Dr. Lapworth suggested the probable cause of the formation of the Cañon. A cordial vote of thanks was given to Mr. Marshall for his paper." (entire note) See Item no. 21.5037 for citation of Marshall's (1894) published paper.]

1895 19.3208 New or little-known plants. Agave Utahensis. Garden and Forest, 8(September 25):384, 385.

1895 21.5137 The University of Utah. In: The University World [section]. American University Magazine, 3(1)(November):81. [Includes note of field trip under J. E. Talmadge to "the canons of the Paria, the Kanab Desert, Kaibab Plateau, and Glen Canon, Marble Canon and Grand Canon of the Colorado."]

1895 2.13253 Utah news. (Summarized from Territorial papers.) The Latter-day Saints' Millennial Star (Liverpool), 57(32)(August 8):510-512. [See p. 511, item relating to "Officials of the University of Utah" under President Talmage studying geology of the Grand Canyon region, then underway.]

1895 30.631 "'National Geographic Monographs, No. 1.' Physiographic processes, by John W. Powell." In: Books [section]. Colorado School Journal (Denver):, 10(March)(109):184.

1895 21.5048 [News report.] In: Summary of Events [section]. The Friend (Philadelphia), 68(52)("Seventh-day, Seventh Month 20, 1895" [Saturday, July 20]):416. ["A dispatch from Peach Springs, Ariz., to the San Francisco Chronicle says: One of the largest silver nugget on record was found about four miles from this place several days ago. Two prospectors on their way from Death Valley discovered a bowlder weighing several hundred pounds, composed of nearly pure silver. The value is placed at about $10,000." (entire note)]

1895 2.12522 A description of the work of the Manchester Art Museum, Ancoats Hall, Great Ancoats Street. Summary and index. Manchester, England: H. Rawson and Co., 58 [60] pp. (See pp. 21-22; notice of "large oleographs of places which show clearly the results of the action of great forces of nature (Geographische Characterbilder), published by Hoelzel of Vienna", which includes one of Grand Canyon [not illustrated here, but see Anonymous (1877), citation no. 2.14586].)

1895 2.80 Majesty of the Grand Canon. A vision of wonder. Current Literature, 18(1)(July):82-83 [reprinted from the San Bernardino Citrograph]. Goodman 954

1895 2.81 Construction. Railway Age, 20(January 11):24 [see "Arizona"]. J.T. Williams survey, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, to Grand Canyon.] Goodman 1108

1895 2.82 Construction. Railway Age, 20(September 20):464 [see "Arizona"]. [W. W. Follett survey, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, to Grand Canyon.] Goodman 1113

1895 2.83 Exploring the Colorado River. Scientific American, 73:410 [reprinted from the San Francisco Call (newspaper)]. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 961

1895 17.2 Yava Supai Agency. Indian's Friend, 8(December):6. >Mon. 8: 6-5< Goodman 175

1896 2.84 Exploring the Colorado River. Natural Science News, 1:197-198. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 962

1896 2.85 Translations of the Relacion de Suceso. Account of what Happened on the Journey which Francisco Vazques made to Discover Cibola. In: Winship, George P., The Coronado expedition, 1540-1542. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology, 14th Annual Report, Part 1, pp. 572-579. [This text gives the account of the non-native discovery of the Grand Canyon by Cardeñas. Winship's footnote, p. 572, states: "The Spanish text of this document is printed in Buckingham Smith's Florida, p. 147, from a copy made by Muñoz, and also in Pacheco y Cardenas, Documentos de Indias, vol. xiv, p. 318, from a copy found in the Archives of the Indies at Seville. * * * No date is given in the document, but there can be no doubt that it refers to Coronado's expedition. In the heading to the document in the Pacheco y Cardenas Coleccion, the date is given as 1531, and it is placed under that year in the chronologic index of the Coleccion. This translation . . . has already been printed in American History Leaflet, No. 13."] >Mon. 8: 1-7<

1896 2.13475 [Voice heard at great distance.] To-Day (London), 12(August 29)(147):119. ["In the great Canyon of the Colorado a man's voice was palinly heard at the end of the Canyon, eighteen miles distant." (entire note)]

1896 2.22145 Niagara gorge railroad. The Safety Valve (A Journal for Steam Users) (New York), 10(9)(September):442-443. [Quoting an anonymous party involved with the construction of the Nigara Falls & Lewiston Railroad, refers to ". . . the railroad construction through the Grand Canon of the Colorado . . . ." A misnomer.]

1896 21.6693 Grand Canyon copper mine. In: Mining News [section]. The Mining Industry and Review (Denver), 16(February 20):389. [Under subsection, "Arizona": "Grand Canyon Copper Mine.-Assays on ore from Sheriff Cameron's Grand Cañon copper mine arrived from Denver, Colo., last week. The ore runs as high as $186 copper, $250 gold and $11.20 silver. The indications point to a practically inexhaustible supply of the mineral, and the probabilities are for a richer grade as the mine is developed. There is enough gold and silver in the ore to pay for working the mine. Another team is expected in soon, when a car of about 15 tons in all, will be shipped to the smelter at El Paso. The Cameron mine is surely a strong inducement for the building of the Flagstaff and Grand Cañon road." (entire item) Credited to "Flagstaff Democrat".]

1896 21.6694 [Note.] In: Mines and Gossip [section]. The Mining Industry and Review (Denver), 16(February 27):393. ["The people in the northern part of Arizona have circulated a petition to Congress for the exemption of the mineral lands within the boundaries of the Grand Cañon forest reserve from the provisions of the reservation so that they may be worked. It is believed that rich mines will be found in that district." (entire item)]

1896 2.16876 The Cambridge Social Union. Calendar, October, 1895-January, 1896. Thursday evening entertainments in Brattle Hall. Cambridge Magazine Illustrated (Cambridge, Massachusetts), new series, 1(1)(February):60. ["Jan. 16-The Cañon of the Colorado. Lecture illustrated by stereopticon views. Professor William M. Davis, Harvard University." (entire note)]

1896 30.721 Canyons of the Colorado. Nation, 62:461-462.

1896 2.14688 Flagstaff, Arizona. The Land of Sunshine, 4(5)(April):241-252. [Includes Grand Canyon.]

1896 21.6142 [Unkar Group igneous strata.] In: Petrographical News [section]. American Naturalist, (March):210. ["In a few notes on the surface lava flows associated with the Unkar beds of the Grand Cañon series in the Cañon of the Colorado, Ariz., Iddings briefly describes compact and amygdaloidal basalts and fresh looking dolerites that are identical in all respects with modern rocks of the same character." (entire note)]

1896 2.19518 Exploring the Colorado River. Natural Science News (Albion, New York), 1(50)(January 11):197-198. [2nd Lt. F. M. Davis and 1st Lt. C. L. Potter, U.S. Army Engineers; voyage from Virgin River to Yuma. In part quoted.]

1896 2.18134 [Coconino Cycling Club trip to Grand Canyon.] L.A.W. Bulletin and Good Roads (League of American Wheelmen), 24(18)(October 30):576. [Announcement.]

1896 28.912 [Photographs.] In: Franklin, B. J., Report of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of the Interior. 1896. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. [Photographs of Grand Canyon: "Scene on Grand Canyon of the Colorado" [sic], facing pp. 31, 106; "Bridal Veil (Grand Canyon)", facing p. 99.]

1896 17.1358 [Government appropriation asked for Havasupai Tribe.] In: Notes and News [section]. The Indian's Friend, 9(1)(September):4.

1897 17.1366 [Regarding "no response to the appeal made to the Government for cattle to enable [Havasupai] to begin stock raising."] In: News and Notes [section]. The Indian's Friend, 10(2)(October):4.

1897 17.1362 [Regarding supplies sent to Havasupai Tribe.] The Indian's Friend, 9(6)(February):10.

1897 17.1363 [Regarding need for supplies to Havasupai Tribe following previous summer's flood.] The Indian's Friend, 9(7)(March):1.

1897 2.19217 The Columbian cyclopedia. Vol. 5, Bravo-Canun. Buffalo, New York: Garretson, Cox and Co., [unpaginated]. [See "Cañon, or Canyon".]

1897 11.5098 Mexico. Lower California. In: Foreign Mining News [section]. Engineering and Mining Journal, 64(12)(September 18):350. [Sulfur mines on the lower Colorado River in Mexico.]

1897 13.3274 The latest forest legislation. Garden and Forest, (June 9):221-222. [Grand Canyon, in passing, p. 222.]

1897 2.14988 Mutual Improvement Conference. In: Our Girls [section]. Young Woman's Journal (Salt Lake City), 8(10)(July):468-483. [See quotation of Nephi L. Morris, pp. 481-482; specifically, p. 482, anecdote of silencing effect of Grand Canyon on even "boisterous or mocking men".]

1897 30.679 "The Painted Desert". In: That Which is Written [reviews section]. Land of Sunshine, 8(1)(December):31. [Review of "The Painted Desert" by Kirk Monroe.]

1897 2.14349 The supplementary cyclopedia of universal knowledge; containing many topics not usually found in cyclopedias. Vol. XI. Chicago and New York: R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 388 pp. [See "Colorado, or Colorado of the West", p. 136.]

1897 21.5461 The copper mines of Arizona. In: In the American Press [section]. Engineering Magazine, 13(1)(April):113. [Synopsis of item by Arthur Lakes in The Colliery Engineer and Metal Miner (February 1897); including: "Large deposits of sulphid[e] of copper exist 'in the region of the Grand Cañon . . . which only await the advent of transportation facilities to become large producers.'" (entire note; ellipsis is part of quotation)]

1897 2.15383 American Forestry Association. The Forester (New Jersey Forestry Association), 3(3)(March 1):40-41. [Summary of 15th annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Includes notice of presentation by B. E. Fernow on "the Forests and Deserts of Arizona"; "Many beautiful views illustrated the lecture, which closed with a brilliant description of the Grand Canon of the Colorado River." (entire note relating to Grand Canyon)]

1897 2.15283 [Proposed electric railway from Santa Fe Pacific tracks to Grand Canyon.] In: Notes and News [section]. Railway Age, 24(7)(August 13):665.

1897 2.15284 Santa Fe & Grand Canyon. In: New Incorporations [section]. Railway Age, 24(8)(August 20):685. [Santa Fe & Grand Canyon incorporated to build railway from Williams, Arizona, to Grand Canyon, and to build hotel at head of Bright Angel Trail.]

1897 2.15285 Santa Fe & Grand Canyon. In: Construction [section]. Railway Age, 24(20)(November 12):929. [Surveyors at work on rail line from Williams, Arizona, to Grand Canyon; Lombard, Goode and Co. have contracted for materials.]

1897 2.16957 The Columbian cyclopedia. Vol. 2, Anoint-Ausonia. Buffalo, New York: Garretson, Cox and Co., [unpaginated]. [See "Arizona".]

1897 13.2890 The Arizona boundary. Deseret News, (January 30):11 [issue pagination]. [Regarding annexation of the Arizona Strip by Utah.]

1897 13.2887 The Arizona Strip. Deseret News, (March 20):28 [issue pagination]. [Regarding annexation by Utah.]

1897 2.16249 Increase in railway construction. The National Builder, (October):15-16. [Brief notice of intentions to build railroads in Arizona. In northern Arizona: "Notice of intention to build roads to the extent of 640 miles in the northwestern part of the territory has been filed with the territorial secretary. The main line will run from Kingman to White Hills Camp. An intention to build the proposed road from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon, 72 miles, has also been filed . . . ." (entire notes of pertinence)]

1897 21.5630 A windy well. In: Here and There [section]. Christian Work, 62(January 21):115. [Air currents from earth cracks in Arizona; specifically one encountered in the drilling of a well by Mr. Coufman "at his place". "It is supposed that there is an underground opening between the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, which cleaves the earth to a depth of more than a mile, and the Sycamore Canyon, some eighty miles to the south of it, of the same proportions, but much shorter." From Popular Science Monthly.]

1897 6.763 Aunt Polly's chat with her children. The Rosary Magazine, 11(5)(November):522-534. [See in section, "America's First Martyr" (Padre Padilla), note of expedition to the "Moquis", with comment, "This tribe dwelt near the big canyon of the Colorado river." (entire note)]

1897 2.17698 New railroads in Arizona. Chicago Journal of Commerce, 71(12)(September 18):11. [Noted in passing, railroads planned, "from Williams to the Grand Canon of the Colorado, [and] from Kingman to the White hills."]

1897 12.3253 The Yuma canal. Chicago Journal of Commerce, 71(12)(September 18):11.

1897 2.22509 Prof. Brewer's lecture. A very interesting description of western mountains. The Papyrus (Taft's School, Watertown, Connecticut), 3(9)(March 17):1. [William H. Brewer, Professor of Agriculture, Sheffield Scientific School. "In closing, Prof. Brewer very vividly depicted the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, which is over a mile deep and is the most sublime and stupendous piece of scenery in the world. The Professor said that after seeing this the magnificent falls of Niagara appeared childish and tame compared with it." (entire note)]

1897 2.21557 Annual Meeting of the American Forestry Association. Forest Leaves (Pennsylvania Forestry Association, Philadelphia), 6(2)(April):26-28. [See p. 28, note of lecture by B. E. Fernow on "The Forests and Deserts of Arizona", which mentions Grand Canyon in passing.]

1897 2.13315 Streiszüge durch Nordamerika von Dr. Max Graf von Zeppelin . . . . In: Litterarische Berichte [section]. Allgemeine Forst- und Jagd-Zeitung, new series, 73(March):89-90. [Notice of articles in Vom Fels zum Meer; Grand Canyon noticed, in passing.]

1897 2.13149 New incorporations. Railway Age, 24(14)(October 1):819. [Two brief items listed under "Arizona": "From Flagstaff, easterly and northerly to Hance's trail on the Grand canyon, 70 miles. Filed by E. E. Elliswood, Attorney."; "Santa Fe & Grand Canyon. From Williams or Flagstaff to the head of Bright Angel trail on the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, 80 miles. W. O. O'Neill."]

1897 2.14281 [Brief report of "two ex-railroad men", J. Z. Stearns and Mun Davis, murdered "while prospecting in the vicinity of the Grand Canon of the Colorado."] In: Sparks [section]. Locomotive Firemen's Magazine, 22(4)(April):256.

1897 2.14232 The Columbian cyclopedia. Vol. 7, Chop-Cookman. Buffalo, New York: Garretson, Cox and Co., unpaginated. [See "Colorado, Rio--or Colorado of the West".]

1897 2.13123 Le grand Cañon du Colorado. A Travers le Monde, new series, 3(July 24):239.

1897 2.12971 Electric cars to the Grand Canyon, Colorado [sic]. The Electrical Engineer, 24(488)(September 9):252. [Waterfalls will power electrical generators for railway from Williams, Arizona, to Grand Canyon; Lombard, Goode and Co., Chicago. Brief note.]

1897 2.86 Construction. Railway Age, 24(September 24):780 [see "Arizona"]. [Filing with office of Territory secretary of intention to build railroad to Grand Canyon, in interest of Santa Fe Railway.] Goodman 1015

1897 17.3 Notes on Arizona Indians. Indian's Friend, 9(March):3. [Havasupai.] Goodman 179

1897 16.3 The home of Arizona's prehistoric people. Arizona Educator, 3(September):12. [From the Williams News.] Goodman 45

1898 2.87 Into the Grand Cañon. Land of Sunshine, 9:145-149. >Mon. 8: 1-7< Goodman 968

1898 21.4877 Sketch of Charles D. Walcott. Popular Science Monthly, 52(February):547-553.

1898 2.14267 [Electrical power production from Colorado River proposed for mines.] In: Electric Light and Power [section]. Electrical World, 32(19)(November 5):493. ["Prescott, Ariz.--Louis C. F. Lotz, Henry S. Hildreth and Charles Y. Wanpuzer have incorporated the Black Canyon Hydraulic & Electric Power company, with a capital of $5,000,000. The company proposes to do a general mining business and to develop electric power from the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon. The incorporators are New Yorkers." (entire note)]

1898 2.14228 Across the U.S.A. by rail. [continued] The Locomotive Magazine, 3(April)(28):58-59. [Passing references to crossing Colorado River and to Grand Canyon. Part of a series of articles; no author indicated in those parts seen.]

1898 2.13703 Santa Fe & Grand Canyon. In: Construction [section]. Railway Age, 25(21)(May 27):370. [Construction to begin between Williams, Arizona, and station to be called Tusayan.]

1898 2.13298 The 1898 American Institute exhibition of photographs. American Amateur Photographer, 10(10)(October):456-462. [See p. 461, notice of "Panorama Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona", by Oliver Lippincott.]

1898 2.13704 Editorial; the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. American Antiquarian, 20(2)(March/April):frontispiece, 114-117, plates.

1898 2.13533 De Coronado-expeditie. In: Aardrijkskundig Nieuws [section]. Koninklijk Nederlandsch Aardrijkskundig Genootschap, Tijdschrift, Series 2, 15:135-136. [N.B.: "ij" ligatures transcribed to display online as "i" and "j".]

1898 2.10738 Areas of North American and Australian river-basins. Geographical Journal, 12(2)(August):182-184 (see p. 182).

1898 2.21656 Questions and answers. State board questions used in March. Indiana School Journal, 43(5)(May):320-328. [See under "Geography", p. 325, question and answer pertaining to Grand Canyon and its orgin.]

1898 6.960 Taken from examination papers. In: Infield [section]. The Normal Advance (Oshkosh Normal School, Oshkosh, Wisconsin [student journal]), 5(4)(December):69. [Includes: "The Grand Canon forms the southeastern boundary of California."; "Grand Canon--A work done by nature when the world was created. Its origin is to drain Colorado." (entire note)]

1898 2.21502 Financial items. The Independent (New York), 50(November 3):1296. [Includes: "The Territory of Arizona has granted a charter to the Santa Fé and Grand Cañon Railway which proposes to build a line seventy miles north from Williams, Ariz., to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado." (entire note)]

1898 2.22664 [Note on J. F. Stone and F. S. Knox, "two months' vacation spent in the Grand Canon of the Colorado."] In: On the Wing [section]. The Black Diamond (Coal Dealers' Association of Illinois and Wisconsin, Chicago and New York), 21(24)(December 10):660. [Julius F. Stone. Actually pertains to Stone's trip as an investor in the Hoskaninni Mining Company in Glen Canyon, though no mention is made of this, nor of mining activities. Does not mention the Colorado River, and implies that this was a two-month river trip through Grand Canyon: "These gentlemen reported having had a most wonderful trip through the canon and are the fourth party that were ever successful in making the entire trip." Also notes, "Both of the gentlemen secured a great number of views in the Canon, and no doubt they will be able to exhibit to their friends in the near future some of the most wonderful photographs ever procured in the Grand Canon of the Colorado."]

1898 2.16888 In the Canon of Colorado. New York Observer, 76(45)(November 10):607. ["Miss Worstell will give a stereopticon lecture this evening at the Waldorf-Astoria, on the Canon of the Colorado." (entire item)]

1898 2.16721 Prof. James lectures on the Grand Canon. In: New York [section]. New York Observer, 76(46)(November 17):640. [Notice of George Wharton James lecture to be held at the Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church.]

1898 2.16767 [Lecture notice.] In: Scientific Notes and News [section]. Science, new series, 7(May 13):674. ["The Geographical Society of Philadelphlia held its annual meeting and reception on May 4th. Professor Angelo Heilprin, the retiring President, delivered an illustrated lecture on 'A Winter Trip to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado.'" (entire note)]

1898 2.15373 From L. S. 43. In: Personal Correspondence [section]. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen's Magazine, 25(4)(October):438. [Ladies' Society lodge no. 43. "Arizona is noted for what is perhaps the most unique and remarkable river valley known--the valley of the Colorado in 'Grand Cañon.' About twenty-six miles from Winslow is the Cañon Diablo. It is simply a hideous gash in the level plain 540 feet deep and 222 feet wide, extending many miles." (entire note of pertinence)]

1898 2.16015 Die Klimatische behandlung der Hals- und Lungentuberculose. In: Wissenschaftliche Zusammenkunft der Aerzte der Deutschen Poliklinik [secton]. New Yorker Medicinische Monatsschrift (Deutschen Medicinischen Gesellschaft der Stadt New York), 10(7)(July):359-361. [Synopsis of a presentation by Dr. Freudenthal, December 1897. See p. 360, Grand Canyon, in passing.]

1898 17.1369 [Regarding interest in work at Hackberry, Arizona, among the Hualapai.] The Indian's Friend, 10(11)(July):5.

1898 11.5029 [Gold deposits along Colorado River "near the old Senator mill".] In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 77(17)(October 22):405. [Credited to Mojave County Miner.]

1898 11.5030 [Temple Bar Mining Company.] In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 77(16)(October 15):381. ["The Temple Bar Co. are said to have the ground along the Colorado river on each side secured from the mouth of the Grand canyon to El Dorado canyon. They employ fifty while men and thirty Indians. They have also a bond on the property of M. Bonelle [sic] at the ferry for $30,000 and they recently paid $15,000 for ground." (entire item)]

1898 11.5031 [Note.] In: Coast Industrial Notes [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 77(11)(September 10):257. ["The Colorado river bottom south of Yuma, Ariz., is annually covered for miles with wild hemp, which is susceptible of commercial use." (entire item)]

1898 11.5032 [Temple Bar Mining Company.] In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 77(5)(July 30):111. ["The plant at the Temple Bar Consolidated M. Co. is nearly finished and the pumps will be installed immediately. The Colorado river has begun to fall without having risen this season higher than 9 feet 10 inches above low water mark, and without having brought any driftwood of consequence. On the completion of the erection of the machinery the gravel washing will commence." (entire item)]

1898 11.5033 [Lower Colorado River placers.] In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 77(4)(July 23):86. ["Many new placers have been located on the Colorado river in the southern part of Lincoln county. The locations are not confined to any one place, but extend for miles above Temple Bar and below El Dorado canyon." (entire item)]

1898 2.19536 Railway improvements. Sunset, 1(1)(May):11. ["The Yuma bridge is to be built on masonry piers and have one span of 200 feet and two of 160 feet each." (entire note)]

1898 30.925 Coronado's expedition to Cibola, or the "Seven Cities." In: The Monthly Record [section]. Geographical Journal (London), 11(1)(January):71-72. [Review of "the Coronado Expedition , 1540-42" by George Parker Winship.]

1898 17.1368 [Notice of promotion of R. C. Bauer to Supervisor of Indian Schools, Fifth District; and note of his work until now at Supai, Arizona.] The Indian's Friend, 10(10)(June):8. [Havasupai.]

1899 2.18261 [Note.] In: Financial Items [section]. The Independent (New York), 51(2621)(February 23):584. ["The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fé Railway Company, it is reported, has decided to make a trial of gasoline motor-propelled omnibuses in the transportation of tourists from Flagstaff, Ariz., to the Grand Cañon of the Colorado, a distance of about 70 miles. It is expected that the trip of 70 miles can be made in about six hours, the time at present required by horses being about double that." (entire item)]

1899 2.18400 [Railways to Grand Canyon.] In: Engineering Notes [section]. Scientific American, 81(7)(August 12):103. ["Two separate railroads into [sic] the Grand Cañon of the Colorado are now assured. The preliminary surveys have been completed for one of the roads, and the line is being slowly located ahead of the graders." (entire note)]

1899 21.6119 [Colorado River placers "between Dandy Crossing and Lee's ferry"; Hoskinini Gold Placer Co.] In: Mining Summary [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 78(22)(June 3):592.

1899 21.6120 The Grand Canyon of the Colorado as a mining field. Mining and Scientific Press, 78(19)(May 13):512. ("Written for the Mining and Scientific Press.")

1899 11.5026 [Potential rise of Colorado River and overflow into Salton Basin.] Mining and Scientific Press, 78(19)(May 13):507.

1899 2.18903 [Note.] In: Personal [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 78(12)(March 25):326. ["Irwin Mahon of Denver, Colo., is promoting a project the purpose of which is to establish a tourist scenic route on the Colorado river from the Gulf of California to a point in eastern Utah. He thinks he has a plan of light craft that will shoot rapids under perfect control by means of electricity and water power appliances." (entire item)]

1899 11.5027 [Potential rise of Colorado River and overflow into Salton Basin.] In: Concentrates [section]. Mining and Scientific Press, 78(10)(March 11):259. ["Residents of that vicinity prophecy a repetition of the formation of the Salton sea, as in '67 and '92, because of the presence of form 16 to 40 feet of snow on the headwaters of the Colorado river, which, if rapidly melted, would flood The Needles, Cal., and adjacent country." (entire item)]
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