American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

Records of First Ascents

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  • Publication Year: 1914

RECORDS OF FIRST ASCENTS

Mount McKinley. South Peak (20,300 ft.) by Dr. Hudson Stuck and Harry P. Karstens, June 7, 1912.

“The Ascent of Denali (Mount McKinley)," by Hudson Stuck, New York, 1914.

North Peak (20,000 ft.?) by William Taylor and Peter Anderson. April 10, 1910.

“First account of the conquering of Mount McKinley,” by W. F. Thompson. New York Times, June 5, 1910. See also “The Ascent of Denali (Mount McKinley),” by Hudson Stuck.

St. Elias (18,024 ft.) by H. R. H. Prince Luigi of Savoy, Duke of the Abruzzi, July 31, 1897.

“The Ascent of Mount St. Elias by H. R. H. Prince Luigi,” narrated by Filippo di Filippi; translated by Linda Villari. London, 1900.

Mount Blackburn (16,140 ft.) by Miss Dora Keen, May 19, 1912.

“First up Mount Blackburn,” by Dora Keen. World’s Work, vol. 27, pp. 80-101, November, 1913.

Mount Wrangell (14,005 ft.) by Robert Dunn. July 30, 1908.

“Conquering our greatest volcano: The first ascent of Mount Wrangell, Alaska,” by Robert Dunn. Harper’s Magazine, vol. 118, pp. 497-509, 1909.

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