American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Title Publication Year
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table I
Year Number of Accidents Reported USA-CAN. Total Number of Persons Involved USA-CAN. Injured USA-CAN. Killed USA-CAN.  1951 14 21 10 3  1952 29 32 17 13  1953 24 27 14 12  1954 32 42 31 8  1955 34 39 26 6  1956 46 71 51 13  1957 45 53 28 18  1958 32 38 22 11  1959 42 — 2 56 — 2 28 — 0 19 — 2  1960 47 — 4 63 — 12 35 — 8 19 — 4  1961 49 — 9 61 — 14 45 — 10 14 — 4  1962 72 — 1 90 — 1 64 — 0 19—1  1963 67 — 11 77—12 45 — 10 18 — 2  1964 56 — 11 68 — 16 46 — 8 16 — 3  1965 71 — 0 89 — 0 57 — 0 21 — 0  1966 69 — 7 82 — 9 55 — 6 16 — 3  1967 84—10 110 — 14 67 — 7 33 — 5  1968 80 — 12 86—18 46 — 11 27 — 5  1969 89—12 120 —18 64 — 10 29 — 2 
ANAM
Accident Tables
1970
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table II
Geographical Districts Number of Accidents 1951-68 Deaths Total Persons Involved Number of Accidents 1969 Deaths Total Persons Involved  Canada Alberta 25 11 31 0 0 0  British ...
ANAM
Accident Tables
1970
Reported Mountaineering Accidents, Table III
Numbers Refer to Number of Persons Involved  1951-68 U.S.A. 1959-68 CAN. 1969 U.S.A. CAN.  Terrain  Rock 692 51 83 8  Snow 409 45 37 10  ...
ANAM
Accident Tables
1970