American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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They Climbed the Alps
They Climbed the Alps, by Edwin Muller, Jr. Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, New York. Price $3.50. Under the title “They ...
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In Memoriam
1930
Mountaineering
“Mountaineering,” Encyclopaedia Britannica, 14th Edition, 1929. Vol. 15, pp. 929-932 with 2 pp. illus. This subject has been handled by the well-known authorities ...
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In Memoriam
1930
South America, Ecuador, First Ascent of Mt. Sangai
First Ascent of Mt. Sangai, Ecuador Mt. Sangai in Ecuador is an active volcano, which for many decades has borne ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
Europe, The Southeast Face of the Dent D'Herens (First Ascent)
The S. E. Face of the Dent d’Herens (First Ascent) The S. E. face of the Dent l’Herens, 4,180 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
South America, Columbia, Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria
Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. This fine range situated in northern Colombia, was visited in March, 1930, by Mr. and Mrs. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
The Salmon Alps of Northern California
The Salmon Alps of Northern California. A very rugged, although not a very lofty range of mountains are the Salmon ...
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Notes
1930
Possible Base for Mountaineers in India
Possible Base for Mountaineers in India. The Himalayan Research Institute of the Roerich Museum, 310 Riverside Drive, New York City, has ...
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Notes
1930
The Federal Board of Surveys and Maps
The Federal Board of Surveys and Maps, representing twenty- two map-making or map-using organizations of the United States Government, maintains ...
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Notes
1930
A Newcomer
A newcomer to the fold of Mountain Clubs is the “Dolomite Club” of Winnipeg, founded about a year ago by ...
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Notes
1930
The 20th Annual Meeting and Dinner
The 20th Annual Meeting and Dinner of the New York Section of the Alpine Club of Canada was held at ...
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Notes
1930
Possibly the Earliest Mountain Fatality
Possibly the earliest mountain fatality in the United States, was that of Elisha Mitchell in 1857. While exploring the mountains of ...
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Notes
1930
Revista Mensile
There has recently appeared in the Revista Mensile of the C. A. I. (Vol. XLVIII, Sept.-Oct., 1929, No. 9-10, pp. 213...
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Notes
1930
Oetzthal Glaciers
Those interested in the history of the exploration of the Eastern Alps will read with interest the article on “The ...
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Notes
1930
Asia, Himalaya
There appears to be a renaissance of interest in the Himalaya. Last summer a German expedition from Munich attempted Kan- ...
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Notes
1930
South America, Columbia, Volcano Purace
The Volcano Purace (15,420 feet) in Colombia was climbed last summer by W. Jenks Woolston of Chestnut Hill, Pa., who was ...
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Notes
1930
South America, Bolivia, Cordillera Real
The complete reports of the climbing accomplished by the Andes Expedition of the D. u. O. A. V. has just ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
Asia, International Kanchenjunga Expedition
International Kanchenjunça Expedition. Dispatches in the New York Times of May 24th report the death of Chettan, a veteran ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
Legislature Acts Concerning the First Ascent of the Grand Teton
Legislature Acts Concerning the First Ascent of the Grand Teton. A possibly unique instance of legislative attention being devoted to ...
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Notes
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Kit Carson Peak
AMERICAN ROCKIES—NOTES, 1929 By J. L. J. Hart The fifth recorded ascent of Kit Carson Peak, in the Crestone group, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Longs Peak
The east face of Longs Peak was ascended by R. L. M. Underhill, alone, in June, 1929, by the original route. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Longs Peak
A winter ascent of Longs Peak was made on New Year’s Day, 1929, by Jess L. Fults, A. L. Richey ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
The Adaman Club
The Adaman Club of Denver and Colorado Springs continue their custom of ascending Pikes Peak (14,110 feet) every New Year’s ...
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Notes
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Lizard Head
The second ascent of the most difficult peak in Colorado, the Lizard Head, 13,156 feet, was accomplished on June 9, 1929, by Harold ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Mt. Wilson, 14,250, and Wilson Peak, 14,026
Mt. Wilson, 14,250, and Wilson Peak, 14,026, were ascended by a party of the Colorado Mountain Club early in July, 1929. The former ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Lindbergh Peak [Lone Eagle Peak]
The first ascent of Lindbergh Peak, an impressive spire in the Hell Hole region, the summit of which attains the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
A Hotel for Skiers
A hotel for skiers, Jim Creek Lodge, has been opened at West Portal, Colorado, on the western slope of the ...
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Notes
1930
North America, United States, Colorado, Mt. Audubon
Mt. Audubon, 13,223 ft., was ascended on February 9, 1930, by Erl Ellis and John L. J. Hart, using skis.
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
Asia, International Kanchenjunga Expedition
The latest dispatches relative to the International Kanchenjunga Expedition announce that the attack has been abandoned for this year. They ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1930
The Ascent of Mount Bona
The Ascent of Mount Bona Allen CarpÉ THE St. Elias range, which borders the coast of the Gulf of Alaska ...
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Feature Article
1931
The Traverse of the Grandes Jorasses
The Traverse of the Grandes Jorasses Geraldine I. Fitz-Gerald THE climbers of this trip comprised myself, with the guides Alfred ...
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Feature Article
1931
Psychological Aspects of Mountaineering
Psychological Aspects of Mountaineering J. W. A. Hickson IT would indeed be a very confident and naive person who believed ...
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Feature Article
1931
Frequented and Unfrequented Ways in the Selkirks and Rockies
Frequented and Unfrequented Ways in the Selkirks and Rockies Noel E. Odell IT is well known to many that the ...
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Feature Article
1931
Ushba, One More Attempt
Ushba, One More Attempt Lawrence Coolidge USHBA (15,409 ft.), double-barreled Matterhorn of the Caucasus, is one of its most challenging and ...
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Feature Article
1931
On Some of Getrude Bell's Routes in the Oberland
On Some of Gertrude Bell’s Routes in the Oberland Miriam E. O’Brien IN 1901 and 1902 Miss Gertrude Bell and ...
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Feature Article
1931
Reminiscences of Seven Summers in Canada
Reminiscences of Seven Summers in Canada Conrad Kain MY FIRST two climbing seasons, 1909 and 1910, in the Rockies, were spent along ...
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Feature Article
1931
In the Bugaboo Group
In the Bugaboo Group Eaton Cromwell THIS seldom-visited group is surely deserving of greater popularity. The climbing compares favorably with ...
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Feature Article
1931
Gleanings in the Canadian Rockies, 1930
Gleanings in the Canadian Rockies, 1930 Max M. Strumia and William R. Hainsworth Mt. Robson IN PLANNING a mountain trip, few ...
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Feature Article
1931
Mountains and Mountaineering in Yezo, Japan
Mountains and Mountaineering in Yezo, Japan Kenneth P. Kirkwood YEZO, better known as the Hokkaido, is the second largest island ...
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Feature Article
1931
The Ascent of Mount Owen
The Ascent of Mount Owen Fritiof M. Fryxell ONE naturally associates Mt. Owen with the adjacent Grand Teton for their ...
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Feature Article
1931
The First American Ascent of Mont Blanc
The First American Ascent of Mont Blanc THE HOWARD MANUSCRIPTS J. Monroe Thorington DR. JEREMIAH VAN RENSSELAER and his friend, ...
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Feature Article
1931
First Ascents and Explorations from the Mons and Freshfield Icefields
First Ascents and Explorations from the Mons and Freshfield Icefields Alden F. Megrew TWENTY-EIGHT years ago a great peak was ...
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Feature Article
1931
On Rocks
On Rocks Elizabeth Knowlton THE rocks up which one makes one’s way in climbing a mountain are to me ...
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Feature Article
1931
Difficult Peaks of the Sierra Nevada
Difficult Peaks of the Sierra Nevada Norman Clyde ON NUMEROUS occasions the writer has received inquiries as to the character ...
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Feature Article
1931
The Problem of the Wilderness
The Problem of the Wilderness Robert Marshall IT IS appalling to reflect how much useless energy has been ex- pended ...
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Feature Article
1931
The Rocky Mountains of the United States
The Rocky Mountains of the United States Howard Palmer ALTHOUGH the Rocky Mountains constitute perhaps the most important topographical feature ...
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Feature Article
1931
A Climber's Guide to the Rocky Mountains of Canada
A Climber’s Guide to the Rocky Mountains of Canada. by Howard Palmer and J. Monroe Thorington. Second edition. 1930. Pp. 244. ...
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Book Reviews
1931
The Kangchenjunga Adventure
The Kangchenjunga Adventure, by F. S. Smythe, Victor Gollancz, Ltd., London, England, 1930. 404 pp. and 48 plates. 16/s. This brilliant book by ...
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Book Reviews
1931
Up and Down California in 1860-1864
Up and Down California in 1S60-1864, the Journal of William H.Brewer. Edited by Francis P. Farquhar. Yale University ...
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Book Reviews
1931
Early Travelers in the Alps
Early Travelers in the Alps, by G. R. De Beer. Pp. xi+204, including bibliography and index. Illustrated with 40 plates and 36 ...
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Book Reviews
1931
The Pioneer Photographer
The Pioneer Photographer, by William II. Jackson, Yonkers, World Book Co., 1929. $1.40. The author, the well-known photographer of the Hayden Survey ...
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Book Reviews
1931