American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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117 Records

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Washington State: (2) Cascades, Mt. Rainier National Park
Washington State: (2) Cascades, Mt. Rainer National Park. On 5 August 1951 Jo Ann Ramey, 17, of Seattle, and three teen-age companions climbed Naches ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (1) Cascades
Oregon: (1) Cascades. John Howard, leader of a Mazama party, fell twelve feet while rappelling from the summit of Three Fingered ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (2) Cascades
Oregon: (2) Cascades. On 3 June 1951 a party of 12 members of the Trails Club of Oregon climbed the South Side Route on ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Oregon: (3) Cascades
Oregon: (3) Cascades. .On 1 July 1951 a party of the Obsidians, Inc. of Eugene, Oregon, climbed Mt. Jefferson (10,500 feet). During a rest ...
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Accident Reports
1952
California: Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park
California: Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park. The following five accidents in this park in 1951 were reported to the American Alpine ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Utah: Zion National Park
Utah: Zion National Park. A concessioner employee was killed in a fall over a cliff on Deer Trap Mountain. He ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Colorado: (1) Needle Mountains
Colorado: (1) Needle Mountains. On 2 September 1951 Dale Johnson, a 20-year-old Colorado University student from Colorado Springs, fell 55 feet while climbing with ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Colorado: (2) Rocky Mountain National Park
Colorado: (2) Rocky Mountain National Park. On 16 July 1951 a party of 13 from the Young Men's Christian Association Camp near Estes Park ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Maine: (1) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin
Maine: (1) Appalachian Mountains, Mt . Katahdin. On 18 March 1951 seven students of the Phillips Exeter Academy Mountaineering Club slid about 1,000 feet in ...
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1952
Maine: (2) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin
Maine: (2) Appalachian Mountains, Mt. Katahdin. On 28 July 1951 Marcia Doolittle, about 22 years old, of Schenectady, New York, fell forty feet from ...
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1952
New Jersey: Appalachian Mountains, Delaware Water Gap
New Jersey: Appalachian Mountains, Delaware Water Gap. On 20 October 1951 Mary Ann Weborg, 17, of Newark, New Jersey, accompanied five Union Junior ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Alaska: Kenai Peninsula
Alaska: Kenai Peninsula. While hiking on the Spencer Galcier in the Kenai Peninsula, Gerald Rose, 21, fell into a crevasse and ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Canada: Rocky Mountain
Canada: Rocky Mountains. Lake O'Hara District. On 17 July 1951 a party of six left the Alpine Club of Canada's camp at ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Mexico
Mexico. It is encouraging to note the decrease in the number of fatal accidents on Mexican mountains in 1951 compared to 1950. ...
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Accident Reports
1952
Other Mishaps and Incidents
OTHER MISHAPS AND INCIDENTS The annual review of accidents presented by this committee does not purport to be complete, although ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1952
Regional Safety Efforts
REGIONAL SAFETY EFFORTS The Pacific Northwest Mountain Rescue and Safety Council was conspicuously active in rescue work in 1951. The ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1952
Conclusion
CONCLUSION The accident record of American mountaineering has improved very substantially during the past five years. Although this fact is ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1952