High Sierra 嵐の後

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写真:North Peak, Mt. Conness, White Mountain, Pk. 12,002
「まだまだいけます…」と書いた後、すぐ嵐が来てしまいました。
それほど雪は降らなかったようですが、Tioga Roadはクローズ。
気温はかなり下がっています。また、明日から嵐が来そうです。
今度こそ春まで閉鎖でしょうか。

BBSのURL変更

最近、「ヨセミテ国立公園大好き!BBS」の海外スパム書き込みが日常化していまして、とりあえずの対策としてURLを変更いたします。
こちらに移動しましたので、直接ブックマークされているかたは変更をお願いします。

白いSUVに要注意

帰りに、White Wolfの(閉じた)ゲートの前に駐車してあった白い大型SUVに気がつきました。
五分くらいすると、急速に追跡してくる同車をルームミラー内に発見。速度を落すと、車はすぐ後ろに
付き始めました。で、よく観察したところ:
1. 黒いドアミラーに、赤と青のライトが埋め込まれている。
2. カンガルーバンパーを付けている。
3. フロントグリルの中には赤青のライトが見えている。
4. ルーフには無線機のアンテナが立っている。
Turn aroundが出てきたので、早速道を譲り後から観察:
5. ライセンスは○に入った’E’があった。
6. 超薄型LEDタイプの信号灯がルーフについていた(前方からはよく見えません)。
7. ペイントは白のみ。何のロゴも無し。
前々から噂されていた、覆面パトカーとの接近遭遇でした。

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まだまだいけますHigh Sierra

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期待(?)を裏切り、Tioga Roadはいまだオープン。山(10,000ft.以下)にはほとんど雪がありません。火事の煙も消え、人も少なく、トレイルの砂埃も無くなり、絶好のハイキングシーズンかも知れません。
左からNorth Peak,Conness、White Mountain、Peak 12,002、Tioga Pass(周辺)、Dana、そしてGibbs。

第五章 ミューアを調べる資料について

[5] Muirを調べる資料

John Muirの研究資料は、Univ. of the Pacificが作成したJohn Muir Paper(JMP)と呼ばれるマイクロフィルム(リール)が基本となりますが、限られた図書館でしか閲覧できず、我々一般にはアクセスしにくいものです。以下では、比較的購入・閲覧が可能な書籍についてまとめました。[5.1]はMuirもしくは関連する人の手紙、日記、本などをです。[5.2]はMuirに関して書かれた研究・解説書です。一冊でMuirのすべてをカバーする本はありません。[5.3]はMuirの生涯についてまとめた入門書です。これらの本は、資料の引用先がはっきりしておらず、読む際には注意が必要です。[5.4]は、Muir本人がメインではありませんが、有用な解説を含んだ研究書です。意外にも役立つのは、インターネット上で読めるMuir本人の著作です。本、手紙、主要な雑誌投稿記事のかなりのものが閲覧できます。[5.5][5.6]を参考にしてください。

[5.1]Muirの日記、手紙、本、新聞投稿記事
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ヨセミテ、シエラネバダに関するMuirの代表的著書といえば、”The Mountains of California”(1894年)、”Our National Parks”(1901年)、”My First Summer in The Sierra”(1911年)、”Yosemite”(1912年)です。これらの本は、他人に読ませるためにかかれたもので、今ひとつMuirの個性が伝わってきません。一方Muirの没後編纂された日記(Wolfe編纂)、手紙(Bade編纂)はMuirの実生活を深く知ることのできる、興味深い資料です。
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「South of Yosemite – Selected Writing of John Muir」
Frederic R. Gunsky編集(初版1968,再版 1988年)
Muirの文献を集めた本で、それらにわずかですが解説が加えられています。収められている資料のほとんどは、現在ネット上で読めます。それ以外のいくつかの貴重な収められています(たとえば「God’s First Temple」)。
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「John Muir Summering in the Sierra」
Robert Engberg編(1984年)
1874年と1975年の間に、Muirが投稿した新聞記事を集めている。北カリフォルニア、南シエラ方面旅行時のことを知る貴重な資料集。
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「John Muir – To Yosemite and Beyond: Writings from the Years 1863 to 1875」
Robert Engberg and Donald Wesling編集(1980年)
タイトルの示すように、1863から1875年の間の、Muirの文献を集めた本です。BadeやWolfe、Overland Monthlyの資料とオーバーラップするものがかなりありますが、それらに無い貴重な資料が入っています(たとえば1868年6月6日、7月11日の日記。「My First Summer in the Sierra」と比べるとその書き方の違いがわかります)。
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「Dear Papa」
Shirley Sargent編
Flying Spur Press(1985年)
Muirと娘Wanda、Helenたちとの間でやり取りされた手紙集。
その他:
Muirの著作はほとんどオンラインで読めますが、本の便利さを求めるならば、以下の二冊がお買い得です。
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「John Muir; The Eight Wilderness-Discovery Books」
Muirの主要作品8本の合本で、総1000ページ:The Sroty of My Boyhood and Youth, A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf, My First Summer in the Sierra, The Mountains of California, Our National Park, The Yosemite, Travels in Alaska, Steep Trails
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「John Muir: His Life and Letters and Other Writings」
Badeの編纂したThe Life and Letters of John Muirをはじめ、The Cruse of the Corwin, Studies in the Sierra, Stickeen,The Discovery of Glacier Bay, Essays from Picturesque Californiaなどが収められています。約900ページ。


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「Remembered Yesterdays」
Robert Underwood Johnson著(1923年)
出版社:Kessinger Publishing
ヨセミテ国立公園の設立運動や、Hetch Hetchy渓谷のダム化反対運動などに関わった、Century誌の編集者Robert Underwood Johnsonは、1923年に回顧録”Remembered Yesterdays”を出版しました。それには、1889年にSan Franciscoのホテルで初めてMuirに会ったとき、共にYosemiteに出向き、Tuolumne MeadowsのSoda Springsで、国立公園設立の運動をする提案をしたこと、1890年に連邦議会での公園設立運動に関わった政治家たちのこと、その後アメリカに広まった森林保護の流れやHetch Hetchy問題に絡む、Roosevelt大統領やPinchot(Forest Service初代長官)との書簡のやり取り、Roosevelt本人から聞いたMuirとのヨセミテ旅行のことなどが書かれています。600ページとかなり厚い本ですが、上記に関連した部分は50ページ程度しかなく、あまりお買い得感はありませんが、Muirの個性や当時のワシントンの内情がうかがえる、貴重なMuir関連資料。
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「Breaking New Ground」
Gifford Pinchot著(1947年)
森林局長官Gifford Pinchotの書いた自伝。Forest Commissionのメンバーとして、Muirと旅行したときのことがわずかだが触れられている。Hetchy-Hetchyに関しては全く書かれていない。
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「The Conservation Diaries of Gifford Pinchot」
Gifford Pinchot著(Harold K. Steen編)
出版社:Forest History Society
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「Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography」
Theodore Roosevelt(1913年著)
ルーズベルト大統領の自伝オンライン版。


[5.2]Muirに関する研究・解説書
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「John Muir – Rediscovering America」
Frederick Turner著(1985年)
★★★
Muir像はすでにBadeやWolfeの本によって描かれているので、その二番煎じではなく、当時の時代背景などとあわせ、Muirの新しい解釈をしたと書いています。Wolfe、Badeを読んだ後に読むと、かなり味わえます。最初の一冊としてはあまりお勧めできません。参考資料への解説が詳しく、それを読むだけでも楽しめます。
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「The American Conservation Movement: John Muir and His Lagacy」
Stephen Fox著(1981年)
★★★
全400ページ強の本です。そのうち150ページほど(1−4章)が、Muir本人について書かれています(特に、Muirがヨセミテを去って、自然保護運動を徐々に始めて行くところ)。本の後半は、Muir没後の自然保護の流れについて書かれています。すべての引用文にはその出展が書かれています。Steven J. Holemsはこの本について”fo Muir’s influence and legacy within the conservation movement, to Stephen Fox”と書いています(2003年版、Wolfeの本の序文の中で)。面白いことに、MuirとHutchings婦人との関係で、プラトニックを越える何かがあっただろうと書いています(MuirとElvira H.の関係については、いろいろ本で触れられています)。
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「The Pathless Way」
Michael P. Cohen(1984年)
★★★
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「Kindred & Related Spirits」
Bonnie Johanna Gisel(2001年)
★★★
MuirがJ. Carrに宛てて書いた手紙の多くはBade編の本にほとんど掲載されています。この本は、逆にCarrがMuirに書いた手紙を、Muirの手紙とあわせて掲載したものです。そして各章ごとに、考証がされています。
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「The Young John Muir; An Environmental Biography」
Steven J. Holmes著(1999年)
★★★
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「John Muir in Historical Perspective」
Sally M. Miller編集
1996年のJohn Muir Conferenceで発表された研究を集めたもの。各発表者が投稿しMillerが編纂。
★★★
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「John Muir: Family, Friends, and Adventures」
Sally M. Miller、Daryl Morrison編集
2001年のJohn Muir Conferenceで発表された研究を集めたもの。
★★★
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「John Muir’s “Stickeen” and the Lessons of Nature」
Ronald H. Limbaugh
Muirの”Stickeen”、それを書いたアラスカ旅行、及び関連事項についての研究。本のドラフトも付加。
★★★
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「John Muir’s Last Journey: SOuth to the Amazon and East to Africa」
Michael P. Branch編
1911年と1912年のMuir最後の南米、アフリカ旅行記の研究解説。
★★★
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「John Muir:Life and Lagacy」Pacific Historyan Summer/Fall 1985 Vol 29, Numbers 2&3
Sally M. Miller編
Muirに関する論文集。12タイトル、170ページほど。
★★★
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「John Muir: Life and Work」(1990年)
Sally M. Miller編
Muirに関する論文集。13タイトル、300ページほど。
★★★


[5.3] Muir入門書
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「John Muir in Yosemite」
Shirley Sargent著(1971年出版)
★★★
Muirがヨセミテに初めて訪れた1868年から、ヨセミテと関ったさまざまな旅行、探検、出会いなどのハイライトを、短いながらもわかりやすく、かなり正確にまとめています。
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「Son of The Wilderness: The Life of John Muir」
Linnie Marsh Wolfe(1945年初版、2003年再版)
★★☆
Muirの一生を300ページ強にまとめています。1945年に初版が発行されたこの本は、ピューリッツアー賞を受賞しており、かなり引き込まれるように読んでしまう本です。しかしその反面、Steven J. Holmesによる寄せ書きでも指摘されているように、資料引用の不備、不正確もしくは想像に拠る描写などが所々に見られ、読む際にはかなり注意が必要です。ともあれ、Muirの一生をとりあえず知るという意味では、ポピュラーな一冊。
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「John Muir; Apostle of Nature」
Thurman Wilkins著(1995年)
★★
「Son of the Wilderness」(Wolfe)形式のMuir伝記。その後の研究や、資料も参考にして書かれているので、Wolfe本よりは客観的で広範囲な内容。特に探検・地学関連に詳しい。使った資料の説明は最後にあるものの、各引用文のソースが書かれていないのは残念。ところどころWolfeの本を不用意に引用しているのに注意。
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「John Muir Nature’s Visionary」
Gretel Ehrlich著(2000年)

National Geographicから出版された、Muirの伝記本。貴重なMuirのスケッチや日記の写真が、数々のすばらしい風景写真と共に掲載されています(写真は、Galen Rowellを含めいろいろな写真家のものを使用しています)。文量は意外と少ない。間違いが多いので注意(例えば「Range of Light」の章で、Mr.Delaneyがまったく登場せず、Billyと混同している。,第二キャンプをヨセミテ渓谷と勘違いしているような記述がされている)。コーヒーテーブルブックといった感じの本です。


[5.4] Muirに関する研究・考察がある本
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「John Muir and the Sierra Club」
★★★
[4.8]参照
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「History of the Sierra Nevada」
Francis P. Farquhar(1965年)
★★★
Sierra Nevada全般の登山、探検の歴史を書いた本です。”John Muir and the Range of Light”という章で、Muirの登山記録が簡単にまとめています。絵がいくつか入って18ページと短いですが、山登りに(1869−1875)関しては、おそらく一番信頼できる文献です。FarquharはSierra Clubの会長でもありました。
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「Sunset Limited
The Southern Pacific Railroad and the Development of the American West, 1850-1930」
Richard J. Orsi 著(2005年)
California State University HaywardのRichard Orsi教授著の”Sunset Limited”が先日発刊されました。この本は当時、政治経済に多大な影響力を誇ったSouthern Pacific鉄道会社に関する研究をまとめた本です。資料も含め600ページとかなりボリュームのある本です。特に、ヨセミテがらみで興味を惹かれるのはその最終章”Conservation”です。Orsi氏の研究によると、1890年のヨセミテ国立公園設立の最大の貢献者は、通説になっているJohn MuirやRobert Underwood Johnsonの運動ではなく、並行して独立に行われていたSouthern Pacificと関わりのあったVandever議員やロビィストのZumwaltによる運動にあるとしています。そこには鉄道会社の自然保護(Wilderness Preservation、Conservationではない)への強い関心がありました。最近の専門書はこの説を、おおむね支持しているようです。
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“Yosemite, The Embattled Wilderness”
Alfred Runte著
University of Nebraska Press, ISBN 0-8032-3894-0
ヨセミテ国立公園ができてから終わることなく続く、保護と利用に関する論議についてまとめた本。
NPSのWebsiteからダウンロードできます。
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“The Battle Over Hetch Hetchy”
Robert W. Righter著(2005年),
Oxford University Press,ISBN 0-19-514947-5
Hetch-Hetchyダム問題に関する専門書です。ダムに没する前のHetch-Hetchy Valleyの話(当然Muirがでてきます)、サンフランシスコの水問題、賛成派と反対派の論争、そして連邦議会での論議、建設の話などが、中立の立場で非常に詳しく書かれています。意外なことに、当時のダム化反対主派(Sierra Club)は、Hetch-Hetchy Valleyにホテルやレストラン等を作り、さらにはTuolumne Meadowsへと続く道路建設(Colby Brief)を考えていたそうです。貴重な数々の写真とともに、1世紀近く前の興味深い環境論争が伺えます。
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Wilderness and The American Mind
Roderick Frazier Nash著(初版1967年・4版2001年)
Wildernessを話す上ではバイブル的存在の本。Muirに関しては2章が割かれています。16章構成:Old World Roots of Opinion, A Wilderness Condition, The American Wilderness, Henry David Thoreau: Philosopher, Preseve the Wilderness!, Wilderness Preserved, John Muir: Publicizer, The Wilderness Cult, Hetch Hetchy, Aldo Leopold: Prophet, Decision for Permanence, Toward a Philosophy of Wilderness, Alaska, The Irony of Victory, The International Perspective.


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「ZANITA: A Tale of the Yo-semite」
Theresa Yelverton(1872年、1991年再版)
1870年のヨセミテ生活時代のMuirを題材にしたロマンス本。この年、著者のYelverton女史もヨセミテに長期滞在していた。フィクションではあるが、Muirの一面を書いているとされている。オンライン版あり。Yelvertonは、ヨセミテを去るときに遭難騒ぎを起こす。そのときの話はOverland Monthly誌にある。


[5.5]On-Lineで読めるJohn Muirの著作など
現在、Muirの著作の多くは、インターネットで閲覧する事ができます。以下は、閲覧・ダウンロード可能なものを年代順に並べました。
[5.4.1] 本、雑誌・新聞投稿記事(年代順)
Scribner’s monthly、The Century、Harper’s、The Atlantic monthly、The North American reviewはコーネル大のライブラリー、Overland monthlyはミシガン州立大のライブラリーより閲覧できます。
“Yosemite Glaciers,”
New York Tribune, Dec. 5, 1871
“Yosemite in Winter,”
New York Tribune, Jan 1, 1872
“Yosemite Valley in Flood,”
Overland monthly / Volume 8, Issue 4, pp.347-350, Apr. 1872
“Yosemite in Spring,”
New York Tribune, May. 7, 1872
“Twenty Hill Hollow,”
Overland monthly / Volume 9, Issue 1, pp.80-86, Jul. 1872
“Living Glaciers of California,”
Overland monthly / Volume 9, Issue 6, pp.547-549, Dec. 1872
“The Hetch Hetchy Valley,”
Boston Weekly Transcript, Mar. 25, 1873
“A Geologist’s Winter Walk,”
Overland monthly / Volume 10, Issue 4, pp.355-358, Apr. 1873
“Hetch-Hetchy Valley, The Lower Tuolumne Yosemite,”
Overland monthly / Volume 11, Issue 1, pp.42-50, Jul. 1873
“Exploration in the Great Tuolumne Canon,”
Overland monthly / Volume 11, Issue 2, pp.139-147, Aug. 1873
“The Wild Sheep of California,”
Overland monthly / Volume 12, Issue 4, pp.358-363, Apr. 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. I,”
Overland monthly / Volume 12, Issue 5, pp.393-403, May 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. II,”
Overland monthly / Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.489-500, Jun. 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. III,”
Overland monthly / Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.67-79, Jul. 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. IV,”
Overland monthly / Volume 13, Issue 2, pp.174-184, Aug. 1874
“By-Ways of Yosemite Travel,”
Overland monthly / Volume 13, Issue 3, pp.267-273, Sep. 1874
“Salmon Breeding,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Oct. 29. 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. V,”
Overland monthly / Volume 13, Issue 5, pp.393-402, Nov. 1874
“Studies in the Sierra, No. VI,”
Overland monthly / Volume 13, Issue 6, pp.530-540, Dec. 1874
“Shasta Game,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Dec. 12 1874
“Shasta in Winter,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Dec. 21 1874
“Modoc Memories,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Dec. 28 1874
“Shasta Bees,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Jan. 5 1875
“Studies in the Sierra, No. VII,”
Overland monthly / Volume 14, Issue 1, pp.64-73, Jan. 1875
“Wild Wool,”
Overland monthly / Volume 14, Issue 4, pp.361-366, Apr. 1875
“Flood-Storm in the Sierra,”
Overland monthly / Volume 14, Issue 6, pp.489-496, Jun 1875
“Living Glaciers of California,”
Harper’s / Volume 51, Issue 306, pp. 769-776 , Nov. 1875
“Snow Banners of the California Alps,”
Harper’s / Volume 55, Issue 326, pp. 162-164, Jul. 1877
“Snow-Storm on Mount Shasta,”
Harper’s / Volume 55, Issue 328, pp. 521-530, Sep. 1877
“Notes from Shasta,” Daily Evening Bulletin, Sep. 13 1877
“The Hummingbird of the California Water-falls,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 15, Issue 4, pp. 545-554, Feb. 1878
“Studies in the Sierra: A Wind Storm in the Forests of the Yuba,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 55-59, Nov. 1878
“The New Sequoia Forests of California,”
Harper’s / Volume 57, Issue 342, pp. 813-828 , Nov. 1878
“Studies in the Sierra: The Douglass Squirrel of California,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 260-266, Dec. 1878
“Studies in the Sierra: The Mountain Lakes of California,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 17, Issue 3, pp. 411-421, Jan. 1879
“Studies in the Sierra: The Glacier Meadows of the Sierra,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 478-483, Feb. 1879
“Studies in the Sierra: The Passes of the Sierra,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 17, Issue 5, pp. 644-652, Mar. 1879
“The Wild Sheep of the Sierra,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 1-11, May 1880
“In the Heart of the California Alps,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 345-353, Jul. 1880
“The Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 22, Issue 5, pp. 710-723, Sep. 1881
“The Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada,”
Scribner’s monthly / Volume 22, Issue 6, pp. 921-931, Oct. 1881
“The Bee Pastures of California,”
The Century / Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 222-230. Jun. 1882
“The Bee Pastures of California,”
The Century / Volume 24, Issue 3, pp. 388-396. Jul. 1882
“Love’s Night-Watch,”
Harper’s / Volume 74, Issue 441, pp. 437-438, Feb. 1887
“Picturesque California” (1888-1890)
“The Belfry Chimes,”
Harper’s new monthly magazine. / Volume 77, Issue 460,pp. 568-569, Sep. 1888
“The Treasures of the Yosemite,”
The Century / Volume 40, Issue 4, pp. 483-500, Aug. 1890
“Features of the Proposed Yosemite National Park,”
The Century / Volume 40, Issue 5, pp. 656-667, Sep. 1890
“A Rival of the Yosemite, King’s River Canon,”
The Century / Volume 43, Issue 1, pp. 77-97, Nov. 1891
“The Mountains of California” (1894)
“A Plan to Save The Forests,”(共著)
The Century / Volume 49, Issue 4, pp. 630-631, Feb. 1895
“Alaska. The Discovery of Glacier Bay,”
The Century / Volume 50, Issue 2, pp. 234-247, Jun. 1895
“The National Parks and Forest Reservations,”
from Proceesings of the Meeting of the Sierra Club, Nov. 23. 1895
“The American Forests,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 80, Issue 478,pp. 145-157, Aug. 1897
“Alaska,”
The Century /Volume 54, Issue 4, pp. 513-526 , Aug. 1897
“The Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 81, Issue 483, pp. 15-28, Jan. 1898
“The Yellowstone National Park,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 81, Issue 486, pp. 509-523, Apr. 1898
“Among the Animals of the Yosemite,”
The North American review. / Volume 82, Issue 493, pp. 617-632, Nov. 1898
“Among the Birds of the Yosemite,”
The North American review. / Volume 82, Issue 494, pp. 751-761, Dec. 1898
“The Yosemite National Park,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 84, Issue 502, pp. 145-153, Aug. 1899
“The Forests of Yosemite Park,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 85, Issue 510, pp. 493-507, Apr. 1900
“The Wild Gardens of the Yosemite Park,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 86, Issue 514, pp. 167-179, Aug. 1900
“The Fountains and Streams of the Yosemite National Park,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 87, Issue 522, pp. 556-566, Apr. 1901
“Hunting Big Redwoods,”
The Atlantic monthly. / Volume 88, Issue 527, pp. 304-320, Sept. 1901
“Reminiscences of Joseph LeConte,”
The University of California Magazine, Sep. 1901
“Our National Parks” (1901)
“The Hetch-Hetchy Valley,”
Sierra Club Bulletin Jan. 1908
“Hetch Hetchy Damming Schme,”(page 32,33)
“The Endangered Valley – The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park,”(page 38,39,40)
“letter to Chaiman of Public Land Committe,”(page 42)
以上三件は連邦議会公聴会記録より:”San Francisco and the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir: Hearing held before the Committee on the Public Lands of the House Representives,” Dec. 16 1908
“Stickeen: The Story of a Dog”(1909)
“Let everyone help to save the famous Hetch-Hetchy Valley and stop the commercial destruction which threatens our national parks.” 
連邦議会資料:ダム建設反対のパンフレット(Nov. 1909)
“Edward Henry Harriman” (1911)
“My First Summer in the Sierra” (1911)
連邦議会図書館ではオリジナルが読める。
“The Yosemite” (1912)
“The Story of My Boyhood and Youth” (1913)
“Edward Taylor Parsons,”
Sierra Club Bulletin, Vol. IX, No. 4, Jan, 1915
“Travels in Alaska” (1915)
“A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf” (1916)
“Steep Trails” (1919)
“The Cruise of the Corwin” (1917) William Frederic Bade`編集
[5.4.2]手紙
“Letters to a Friend; written to Mrs. Ezra S. Carr” (1915)
“The Life and Letters of John Muir” (1924) William Frederic Bade`編集
註:
“Overland monthly and Out West magazine”は”Overland monthly”、”Harper’s new monthly magazine”は”Harper’s”、”Scribner’s monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people”は”Scribner’s”、”The Century Magazine”は”The Century”と省略しました。


[5.6] Muir関連資料のあるWeb Site
University of the Pacific ライブラリー
シエラクラブJohn Muir Exhibit
Dan AndersonのヨセミテWeb

第六章 出版物の総覧

Muirの出版物一覧
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William F. KimesとMaymie B. Kimeによってまとめ上げられた「John Muir: A Reading Bibliography」は二部構成になっており、前半はMuirの著作、後半は講演・インタビューについて、タイトルと概略が年代順に書かれており、Muirがパブリックに対して訴えようとしたことの変遷が伺えます。残念なことに再版されてはいないので、中古本でしか購入できません(前書きによると、第二版では資料が大幅追加されたそうです)。少し高価ですが、Muirを詳しく調べてみたい方には、ぜひお勧めの一冊です(とHolt-Athertonで言われました)。以下では、著作権に侵害しない程度に、記事のタイトル・出版誌名のみを書き写させていただきます(Muir以外の著者が引用したものや再版は、重要なもの以外除外しました)。
1866:
[M001] ”The Calypso Borealis” Boston Recoder/December.
1871:
[M002] ”Yosemite Glaciers. The ice Streams of the Great Valley. Their Progress and Present Condition. Scenes Among the Glacier Beds.” New York Daily Tribute/December.
1872:
[M003] ”The Wonders of the Yosemite Valley and California,” Kneeland他著/出版日不明.
[M004-M008] 同じくKneelandからの引用。
[M009] ”In the Yo-semite. Holidays Among the Rocks. Wild Weather – A Picturesque Christmas Donner – Idyllic Amusement – Poetic Storms – A Paradise of Clouds. Yo-Semite Valley. Jan. 1” New York Weekly Tribune/March.
[M010] ”Yosemite Valley in Flood” The Overland Monthly/April.
[M011] ”Yosemite in Spring” New York Daily Tribune/May.
[M012] ”Rambles of a Botanist Among the Plants and Climates of California” Old and New (Boston)/June.
[M013] ”Twenty Hill Hollow,” The Overland Monthly/July.
[M013A] ”Yosemite in Springs. The Reign of the Earthquake-The Beauties of the Falls-The Time for Tourists. Yosemite Valley, May 7.” New York Daily Tribune/July.
[M014] ”Living Glaciers of California.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin Supplement/November.
1873:
[M015] ”On the Glaciers of the Yosemite Valley” Proceeding of the Boston Society of Natural History/February. [Kneeland著:Muirの文を引用、MITのRunkleに宛てたMuirの手紙から使用]
[M016] ”Winter Phenomena of the Yosemite Valley” Proceeding of the Boston Society of Natural History/March. [Kneeland著:Muirの文を引用]
[M017] ”On the Effects of the Earthquake of March, 1872 in the Yosemite Valley,” Proceeding of the Boston Society of Natural History/May. [Kneeland著:Muirの文を引用]
[M018] ”On Actual Glaciers in California,” Silliman’s Journal of Science and Arts/January. [Living Glaciersの再版]
[M019] ”Hetch Hetchy Valley,” Boston Weekly Transcript/March.
[M020] ”A Geologist’s Winter Walk,” The Overland Monthly/April.
[M021] ”Hetch-Hetchy Valley,” The Overland Monthly/July.
[M022] ”Exploration in the Great Tuolumne Canyon,” The Overland Monthly/August.
[M022A] ”Professor John Muir’s Idea of a Bouquet,” The California Horticulturists and Floral Magazine/August
1874:
[M023] ”Wild Sheep of California.” The Overland Monthly/April.
[M023A] [Mountain Sculptureからの抜粋] San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/April.
[M024] ”Studies in the Sierra No. I – Mountain Sculpture” The Overland Monthly/May.
[M026] ”Studies in the Sierra. No. II – Mountain Sculpture – Origin of Yosemite Valleys” The Overland Monthly/June.
[M026A] ”The Wild Sheep of California” The California Horticulturists and Floral Magazine/June. [Wild sheepからの抜粋]
[M027] [友人Keithに関するコラム記事],San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/June.
[M028] ”Studies in the Sierra. No III – Ancient Glaciers and Their Pathways” The Overland Monthly/July
[M029] ”Studies in the Sierra. No IV – Glacial Denudation” The Overland Monthly/August.
[M030] ”By-Ways of Yosemite Travel. Bloody Canyon” The Overland Monthly/September.
[M031] ”Salmon Breeding. The Establishment of McCloud River. John Muir, The Naturalist Gives a Graphic Description of What is Being Done(Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) U.S. Salmon Breeding Establishment on the McCloud River, Shasta Co. October 24, 1874” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/October 29th.
[M032] ”Studies in the Sierra. No V -Post- Glacial Denudation” The Overland Monthly/November.
[M033] ”Studies in the Sierra. No VI – Formations of Soils” The Overland Monthly/December.
[M034] ”Studies in the Formation of the Mountains in Sierra Nevada, California” Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/December.
[M036] ”Shasta in Winter. John Muir, the Geologist and Explorer, Ascends It. A Hard and Perilous Undertaking – Among the Glaciers, Lava bed, and Storm-clouds. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Sisson’s Station, November 24, 1874” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/December 3rd
[M037] ”Shasta Game Hunting the Wild Sheep and Muir Deer – Exciting Sport Among the Lava Cliffs – John Muir Tells What He Saw and Did (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Sisson’s Station, Near Mount Shasta, Nov. 29, 1874.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/December 12th.
[M038] ”Modoc Memories. A Visit to the Lava Beds by Muir the Geologist and Explorer – The Spot where Gen. Canby Fell – Sad Relics of the War. (from Our Special Correspondence)” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/December 28th.
1875:
[M039] ”Studies in the Sierra. No VII – Mountain Building” The Overland Monthly/January.
[M040] ”Shasta Bees. A Honeyful Region-The Bee Lands-A Summer Paradise.(From Our Special Correspondent)Sisson’s Station near Mt. Shasta December 17, 1874” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/January 5th.
[M041] ”Wild Wool” The Overland Monthly/April.
[M042] ”[The Headwaters of the Merced],” The Overland Monthly/May.
[M042A] ”A Sierra Flood Storm” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin Supplement/May 22.
[M043] ”Flood-Storm in the Sierra” The Overland Monthly/June.
[M044] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir, the Naturalist, Tells us Something about Yosemite Valley-How it Impresses the Visitor at Different Seasons. Falls, Streams and Foliage-Some Royal Views-A Touch of Winter,(Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Yosemite Valley, June 14, 1875. 29, 1874.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/June 22nd.
[M045] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir Discourses of Mountain Flora- A Winter Storm in June. Something about the Glacial period – The Summer Snow Line, etc. Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Gentry;s Station, Near Yosemite, June 17th, 1875. 29, 1874.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/June 24nd.
[M046] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir Discourses of Sierra Forests, Etc. – The Glorious Solitudes of Nature – Pine Nuts as Food – Tuolumne Meadows- Mono Pass – A Lovely Lake(Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Mono Lake, July, 1875.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 5th.
[M047] ”Summering in the Sierra. A New Yosemite – The King’s River Valley. It is Geographically Described by John Muir, Glorious Scenery, Magnificent Forests, Lovely Waterfalls – El Capitan and Three Brothers Reproduced – The Valley at Night. (From Our Correspondent.) Yosemite Valley, August 5, 1875.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 13th.
[M048] ”Mount Whitney. Its Ascent by John Muir, the Explorer and Geologist. Different Routes – The Ascent from the East – A Minor Yosemite – Glacier Meadows and Glacier Lakes – Glorious Views – Successive Ascents (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Independence, Inyo County, August 17, 1875,” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 24th.
[M049] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir’s Description of a Wonderful Region. Owens Valley and Its Lave Floods – The Conflict Between Frost and Fire – Mono Valley – Dead Lakes – A Mountain Character. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Yosemite Valley, September, 1875,” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/September 15th.
[M050] ”Summering in the Sierra. A Bit of Forest-Study by John Muir. The Royal Sequoia – Its Beauty and Impressiveness – Its Cones and Timber – Doom of the Coniferae – A Forest Hermit. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Fresno Grove of Big Trees, Sept. 1875.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/September 21th.
[M051] ”Summering in the Sierra. The Giant Forests of the Kaweah. Something about the Sequoia Gigantea of the South Fork of Kings’s River – Measurements of Largest Trees by John Muir. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Pluno, Cal., October 19. 1875.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/October 22nd.
[M052] ”Living Glaciers of California.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine/November.
[M053] ”Summering in the Sierra. Tulare Levels. John Muir Comes Down From the Mountains – Exuberant Farmers – The Story of an Irrigation Ditch – Blessed Ministry of Water. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Grangerville, Tulare Co., October 25th.’ San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/November 17th.
[M054] ”South Dome, Its Ascent by George Anderson and John Muir – Hard Climbing but a Glorious View – Botany of the Dome – Yosemite in Late Autumn (From Out Special Correspondent.) Yosemite Valley, November 18th.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/November 17th.
[M054A] ”A New Yosemite. Glorious Scenery, Magnificent Forest and Lovely Waterfalls. A Fine Piece of Descriptive Writing” The Indianapolis Journal/November.
1876:
[M055] ”God’s First Temples. How Shall We Preserve Our Forests? The Question Considered by John Muir, The California Geologist – The Views of a Practical Man and a Scientific Observer- A Profoundly Interesting Article. (Communicated To The Record-Union.)” Sacramento Daily Union/February.
[M056] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir Shakes the Dust of the Town from his Feet and Flees to the Mountain. The Calaveras Grove – Some Facts About the Sequoia System. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin) Big Tree Grove, July 13, 1876.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/July 20th.
[M057] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir Discourses of the Ancient River Channels, Their Importance as Gold Fountains – Eccentric Characters. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Murphy’s Camp, Calaveras County, July 17th.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/July 26th.
[M058] ”Summering in the Sierra. John Muir Visits One of the Famous Mountain Caves of the Sierra. A Summer Day in the Mountain- Rural Homesteads-Cave City-Exploring the Cave-A Scene of Matchless Splendor. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Yosemite Valley, August 6th.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 12th.
[M059] ”Summering in the Sierra. ‘The Season’ at the Yosemite Valley-A Disquisition on Tourists-In Memoriam-Lamon’s Grave. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Yosemite Valley, August 20th.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 24th.
[M060] ”Summering in the Sierra. The Summit of South Dome-Yosemite Tourists-An Irrepressible Mountain Climber. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Yosemite Valley, August 28th.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/September 6th.
1877:
[M061] ”Great Evils Resulting From the Destruction of Forests.” San Francisco Real Estate Circular (M088Aが正しい)
[M062] ”Yosemite in Flood.” The Pacific School and Home Journal/March.
[M063]”On the Post-Glacial History of Sequoia Gigantea.” Proceeding of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/May.
[M065] ”City of the Saints. The Grand Wasatch Mountains-A Graphic Description of Salt Lake City-Mormon Men and Women- Latter-Day Boys and Girls. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Salt Lake City, May 15, 1877” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/May 22nd.
[M066] ”A Great Storm. Fierce War of the Elements in the Salt Lake Basin-The Wasatch Mountains Capped with Snow-A Magnificent Sight. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Salt Lake City, May 19, 1877.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/May 25th.
[M067] ”Notes from Utah. John Muir the Naturalist, on Bathing in Salt Lake-A Glorious Swim-Erroneous Impressions Corrected. (Special Correspondent of the Bulletin.) Lake Point, Utah, May 20, 1877.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/June 24th.
[M068] ”Snow Banners of the California Alps.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine/July.
[M069] ”Mormon Lilies. Liliaceous Wonder-A Mountain Covered with Flowers-Gorgeous Lily Gardens-A Sublime Scene-The Queen of All. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Salt Lake, July, 1877.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, July 19th.
[M070] ”Snow Storm on Mount Shasta.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine/September.
[M071] ”Semi-Tropical California. John Muir Describes the Sun Valley of San Gabriel. Some Facts about Orange Culture-A Fruit Land-A California Colony-Hints to Invalids. (Special Correspondent of the Bulletin.) San Gabriel Valley, September 1, 1877.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Sept. 7th.
[M072] ”In the San Gabriel. An Excursion by John Muir-Hot Weather and Plenty of Chaparral-A Glorious View-Rattlesnakes and Bear Tracks. (Special Correspondent of the Bulletin.)” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Sept. 11th.
[M073] ”Notes from Shasta. (Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Sisson’s Stations, September 13th, 1877.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Sept. 7th.
1878:
[M074] ”The Humming-Bird of the California Water-Falls.” Scribner’s Monthly/February.
[M075] ”Tahoe in Winter. John Muir Gives Some Curious Facts About Sierra Snow-Stored Up Snow Masses-Glacial Lakes-Snow Shoe Experiences-A Retired Hunter. (Correspondence of the Bulletin.)” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/April 3rd.
[M076] ”Reminiscences of Scotch Character.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/Apr. 20th.
[M076A] ”Life of Robert Dick.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/Apr. 20th[推定].
[M077] ”Pyramid Lake. The Largest Body of Water West of Lake Superior – Charming Description of Little Known Country- A Rival of Lake Tahoe(Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Reno, Nev. July 28, 1878.”San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 31st.
[M078] ”Nevada Farms. John Muir on the Agricultural Resources of Our Sister State-Mountain and Valley Ranches-Virgin Wilds-Irrigation and Artesian Wells. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Ward. Nevada, September 29, 1878.”San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Oct. 5th.
[M079] ”Nevada Forests. Coniferous Trees in the Great Basin-The Timber Line. Pine Nut Forest-Pine Nuts as Food-Pine Nut Harvests. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Eureka. Nev. October 22, 1878.”San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Oct. 31st.
[M080] ”The New Sequoia Forests of California.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine/November.
[M081] ”A Wind Storm in the Forests of the Yuba.” Scribner’s Monthly/November.
[M082] ”Nevada’s Timber Belt. Early Winter in the Pine Woods-More About Nevada Conifers. Fox-tail Pine and Rocky mountain Spruce-The Home of Happy Birds-A Mountain Excursion-A Splendid View.(Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Pioche, Nevada. October 20, 1878.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./November 19th.
[M083] ”The Douglass Squirrel of California.” Scribner’s Monthly/December.
[M084] ”Glacial Phenomena in Nevada. Interesting Discoveries by John Muir. Glacial Traces-Lateral Moraines – How the Valleys Were Formed. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Eureka, Nev. November 28, 1878.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./December 5th.
[M084A] ”The Birth of a Lake.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./December 28th.
1879:
[M085] ”The Mountain Lakes of California.” Scribner’s Monthly/January.
[M086] ”Nevada’s Dead Towns. A New Country Thickly Strewn with Ruins of Mining Towns-How Capital has been Squandered. Roving Tendencies of Miners-Wonderful Energy of Mining Men. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.)” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./January 15th.
[M087] ”The Glacier Meadows of the Sierra.” Scribner’s Monthly/February.
[M087A] ”The Passes of the Sierra.” Scribner’s Monthly/March.
[M088] ”The Passes of the Sierra.” Scribner’s Monthly/Mar. 1879
[M088A] ”Great Evils from Destruction of Forests.” San Francisco Real Estate Circular/April.
[M089] ”Notes of a Naturalists. A Rough Passage-Sea-Sickness. Sea and Coast Scenery. British Columbia-Glacial Phenomena. (Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Victoria, V.I., June 25, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August.
[M090] ”Notes of a Naturalists. John Muir on Puget Sound and Its Lovely Scenery. Forest Belts-Mount Rainier-Thriving Towns-Coal Fields. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Seattle, Washington Territory, June 28, 1879” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 29th.
[M091] ”Notes of a Naturalists. John Muir in Alaska – Wrangle Island and its Picturesque Attractions. Summer Days that Have No End-Pictures of Sound Life. Life Among the Indians-Boat Life-Wild Berries. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, Alaska, August 8, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./September 6th.
[M092] ”Alaska Glaciers. An Ounalaska Yosemite. Glacier Theology and Sermons in Ice. The Rocks, Plants and Trees of Alaska. (Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, Alaska, September 5, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./September 23rd.
[M093] ”Alaska Glaciers. Graphic Description of the Yosemite of the Far Northwest-A Living, Moving Glacier In All Its Sublimity and Grandeur. (Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, Alaska, Ter., Sept. 7, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./September 27th.
[M094] ”Alaska Coast Scenery. Sailing Among the Islands-Delightful Views. Wonderful Variety of Lovely Pictures. Effects of Glaciation-An Archipelago of Evergreen Isles. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, Alaska, Ter., Sept. 25, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./October 29th.
[M095] ”Alaska Forests. Evergreens – The Yellow Cedar and its Various Uses. The White Spruce – Pines and Cottonwoods – Firs and Hardwoods. Extent and Commercial Value of Alaska Forests – ‘The Devil’s Club’ (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, October 8, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Bulletin/Oct. 30.
[M096] ”Wanderings in Alaska. A Lovely Sail-Majestic Mountain Views-More Glaciers. Visit to Deserted Indian Village. Habitations of the Natives-Carved Images and Other Relics-Indian Rites-A Doomed Race, Fort Wrangel, October 12, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./November 1st.
[M097] ”Alaska Climate. Some Popular Errors Corrected-A Good Country to Live In. An Alaska Summer Day-Glorious Sunsets. Bright and Cloudy Weather-Rainfall-Temperature-Alaska Winters.(Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Fort Wrangel, October 16, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./November 8th.
1880:
[M098] ”Alaska Gold Fields. A Country Moderately Rich in the Precious Metals. The Cassiar and Other Mines-Mining Prospects-Geological Changes. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Sitka, December 23, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./January 10th.
[M099] ”Alaska Rivers. Their Number and Characteristics – The Stickine. Sublime Alpine Scenery – An Alaska Canyon. Glacier Mur – Stupendous Glacial Phenomena. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Sitka, December 27, 1879.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Jan 20th.
[M100] ”In the Heart of the California Alps.” Scribner’s Monthly/July.
[M101] ”Joseph Cook on Socialism.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/August 21st.
[M102] ”Some Alaska Notes. Dull Times at Sitka and Fort Wrangel – Indians Turned Smugglers (From Our Special Correspondent.) Fort Wrangel, August 14, 1880” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Aug. 25th.
[M103] ”Alaska Land. John Muir Revisits the Scene of Last Year’s Exploration. A Land of Abundance – A Canoe Voyage AMong the Islands and Icebergs. Magnificent Scenery – The Hoona Indians – Among the Salmon. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) In Camp, Near Cape Fanshaw, August 18, 1880.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./September 25th.
[M104] ”Alaska Land. A Canoe Voyage Among the Islands and Icebergs. Sum Dum Bay – Enormous Glaciers – Gold Mines – Products and Future Development of Alaska. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Sum Dum Bay, Alaska, August 22, 1880.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./October 7th.
[M105] ”Alaska Land. An Eventful Day – Reveiling Among the Glacial Monarchs. Fountain Source of Ice-Rivers – Wild Goats – Music of the Cascades. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Cascade Camp, Sum Dum Bay, August 29, 1880.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/Oct. 9.
[M106] ”Alaska Land. Perilous Adventure – Shooting the Rapids. A Typical Young Yosemite – Royal Glaciers – Alaska Flora. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.)” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./October 16th.
[M107] ”Alaska Land. Among the Glaciers. Cascades and Yosemite Rocks. How Nature Works in Icy Solitudes – Rock Sculpture. Searching for the King Glaciers. An Alaska Sunday. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Sum Dum Bay, August 29, 1880” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./October 23th.
[M108] ”Alaska Land. A Perfect Day – Nature’s Ceaseless Work – Pushing Northward. Indian Superstitions – The Tahkou River Indians – Magnificent Glacial Scenery – Gorgeous Sunset. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Mouth of Tahkou River, Alaska, August 24, 1880” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./November 13th.
[M109] ”The Ancient Glaciers of the Sierra.” The California./December 1880.
1881:
[M110] ”Wild Sheep of the Sierra.” Scribner’s Monthly./May 1881.
[M111] ”The Corwin’s Cruise. At Ounslaska – An Aleutian Storm and Landscape. Snow Barriers and Glacier Footprints on the Aleutian Group. (Special Coreespondence of the Bulletin.) Ounalaska, May 18, 1881” San Francisco Daility Evening Bulletin/June 20
[M112] ”At St. Paul. The Fur Seals of the Pribilof Group – Habits of the Natives – The Annual Catch of Fur Seals – Physical Appearanc of the Islands. St. Paul, Alaska, May 23, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 13th.
[M113] ”On the Siberian Coast. The Corwin Enters the Arctic – First News of the Missing Whalers – A Story of Death and Disaster – In the Ice Packs – Over the Ice in an Esquimo Sleigh – Reluctance of Esquimos to Leave Their Homes. Streamer Corwin, Kapkan, Siberia, May 31, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 13th.
[M114] ”Pushing Northwestward. The Corwin Meets with a Disaster – Rudder Smashed by Ice Floes – Getting Up a Sleigh Party – Landing on Kolintchin Islands, 6 P.M., June 2, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 13th.
[M115] ”An Anchor. Weathering a Gale in St. Laurence Bay – Social Intercourse with the Natives – An Esquimo Orator – A Great Reindeer Owner – Native Appetite for Strong Drink – Glacier Marking. Streamer Corwin, St. Laurence Bay, Siberia, June 6, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 13th.
[M116] ”Dodging The Ice. The Corwin Hard Pressed – Crowened by the Drifted Pack on a Lee Shore – An Esquimo Baby – Repairing the Damages to the Ship – The Wreck of the Schooner – Loleta – Plover Bay – Repairing the Damages to the Ship – The Wreck of the Schooner – Loleta – Plover Bay. Streamer Corwin, Plover Bay, June 15, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 13th.
[M117] ”The Aleutian Islands. Geological Notes of the Group – Glaciers and Volcanoes, Fauna and Flora of the Group – Agricultural Notes – The Inhabitants. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Ounalaska, May 21, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./July 25th.
[M118] ”Near Cape Serdze. Rejoined by the Land Party – Confirmation of the Discovery of Wreck of the Vigilant – List of Relics Recovered. Steamer Corwin (Off the Tchuchi Village of Tapikan, near Cape Serdze, Siberia), June 29, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 15th.
[M119] ”St. Laurence Island. Arctic Volcanoes – A Land of Lava and Craters – A Ghastly Scene in an Arctic Golgotha – The Work of a Famine. Steamer Corwin, St. Laurence Island, Alaska, July 3, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 15th.
[M120] ”Return to St. Michael’s. Preparing for Another Cruise – The Busy Season at St. Michael’s – San Francisco Prospectors Heard From – Fauna and Flora – Volcanic Cones. St. Michael’s Alaska, July 8, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 15th.
[M121] ”At St. Michael’s. An Arctic Summer Scene – Description of the Trading Post – Yukon River Indian Trappers – Outfitting the Corwin. St. Michael’s Alaska, June 20, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 16th.
[M122] ”At Metchigme Bay. Glacier Work at Plover Bay – A Crazy Native – His Idiosyncracies and Attempted Suside. Steamer Corwin. Near the Mouth of Metchigme Bay, On the west side of Behring Strait, June 27, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 16th.
[M123] ”At East Cape. Ashore – A Siberian Village – The Arctic Hunter’s Luxurious Home – Arctic Cemeteries – Botanizing on the Siberian Short – Tracing the Ice Floods. Stemer Corwin, East Cape, Siberia, July 1, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 16th.
[M124] ”Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada. I..” Scribner’s Monthly, v. 22, no. 5, / Sept., 1881
[M125] ”The Jeanette Search. Exploration of Herald Island- No Signs of the Missing Ship. Dangers of Arctic Exploration – Fauna and Flora of the North. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin (Off Herald Island), Arctic Ocean, July 31. 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./August 28th.
[M126] ”Wrangel Land, Conflict with the Ice – A Struggle to Reach Shore. The Corwin in an Arctic River – Acquisition to the National Domain. Streamer Corwin, Off Point Barrow, August 16, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Sept. 29th.
[M127] ”Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada. II..” Scribner’s Monthly, v. 22, no. 6, / Oct., 1881
[M128] ”On Wrangel Land. Wreckage Found on the Beach-Condition of the Soil. Improbability of Any Landing Having Been Made by Captain DeLong. Difficulties Which Beset the Corwin-Narrow Escape from the Ice. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.)…Steamer Corwin, Off Point Barrow, Alaska, August 17, 1881.”San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Oct. 22nd
[M129] ”Perils of Whaling. The Corwin Among the Whaling Fleet Off Point Barrow. Destruction of Whaling Ships by Ice-Esquimaux Wreckers. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin, off Point Barrow, August 18, 1881” San Francisco Daily Bulletin/Oct. 24th.
[M130] ”Out Of The Arctic. The Most Northerly Coal Mine in the World. The Corwin in a Gale-Effectis of the Northern Current. The Diomedes – Dangers to Navigation in Behring Strait. The Point Barrow Signal Service Expedition-What It Expects to Do. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin (Plover Bay, Siberia), August 25, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Oct. 25th.
[M131] ”In Plover Bay. Reindeer Farming on the Arctic Shores of Siberia. Graphic Description of Reindeer Farmers and their Flocks. Glacier Groovings – Desolate Appearance of the Land. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin, Plover Bay, Siberia, August 26, 1881.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Oct. 26
[M132] ”An Ice-Bound Shore. Cruising along the Edge of ‘the Pack’ – Off Wrangel Land. ‘Hove to’ in an Arctic Gale-The Corwin’s Misadventures. Aboriginal Merchant Middlemen of Two Continents. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin, Arctic Ocean, Between Herald Shoals and Point Hope, September 3, 1881” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, Oct. 27, 1881
[M133] ”Homeward Bound. End of the Corwin’s Cruise in the Arctic Ocean. Elephant Point-A Fossil Glacier and its Exuberant Vegetation. Shepwrecked Prospectors-An Alaskan Silver Mine and Oonalaska Scenery. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Steamer Corwin, Oonalaska, October 4, 1881” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin,/Oct. 31
[M134-M143] (過去の投稿のリプリント).
1882:
[M144] ”The Glaciers and Snow-Banners of California.” In Phelps, Alonzo, ed., Contemporary Biography of California’s Representive Men. San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft and Company, 1882
[Map of Glacier Bay., Description of the ”Great Glacier”, ”Letter from Prof. Muir.”, Information from Muir Concerning Mineral Deposits in Alaska] In Beardslee, Captain L. A., U.S. Navy, Reports of Captain L. A. Beardslee Relative to ”Jamesrown” Under His Command While in the Waters of That Territory. Senate Ex. Document no. 71, 47th Congress, 1st Session. Washington, D.C.: Goverment Printing Office, 1882
[M144A] [Map of GlacierBay] 海軍の報告書で使用される.
[M145] ”Bee-Pastures of California: In Two Parts:-I”. The Century Magazine/June 1882
[M146] ”Bee-Pastures of California: In Two Parts:-II”. The Century Magazine/July 1882
1883:
[M147] M134のリプリント
[M148] M100より引用
[M149] M134のリプリント
[M150] ”John Muir on California Alps.” InHistory of Kern County (M148のリプリント)
[M151] ”John Muir on California Alps.” In A Guide to the Grand and Sublime Scenery of the Sierra Nevada in the region about Mt. Whitney. Sanfrancisco: W.W. Elliot & Co., 1883
[M152] ”Snow Storm on Mount Shasta.” Bancroft’s FouthReader(M036のリプリント)
[M153] ”The Yosemite Valley,” Swett, John, Chas. H. Allen, and Josiah Royce, eds., Bancroft’s Fifth Reader, San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft & Company, 1883
[M154-M155] M145-M146のリプリント
[M156] ”The Wild Sheep of the Sierra.” In Mayer, Alfred W., ed., Sport With Gun and Rod in American Woods and Waters. New York: The Century Company,
[M157] ”The Sierra Madre Mountains.” In Fransworth(M146より引用)
[M158-M159]同上
[M160] ”Botanical Notes on Alaska.” In Cruise of the Revenue-Steamer Corwin in Alaska and N. W. Arctic Ocean in 1881. Notes and Memoranda…Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883, pp. 47-53.
1884:
[M161] M160のリプリント
[M162] ”On the Glacification of the Arctic and Subarctic Regions Visited by the United States Steamer Corwin in the Year 1881.” In Hooper, Calvin L., Report of the U.S. Steamer Thomas Corwin in the Arctic Ocean, 1881. Washington: Goverment Printing Office, 1884, pp. 135-147.
[M164] M162のリプリント
1885:
[M164] ”Daniel Muir – An Obituary,” Portage [Wisconsin] Record, [Oct 12?], 1885.
[M165] ”The Yellowstone Park. A Trip to the Great National Reservation in the Notherwest. Among the Great Geysers – Nature’s Singular Laboratory – Sources of the Great Rivers. (Special Correspondence of the Bulletin.) Yellowstone Park, October 19, 1885.” San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin./Oct. 27
1886:
[M166] ”Graphic Description of a Bath in the Lake.” In Descriptive and Historical Sketch of the Great Salt Lakem (Utah Territory). Salt Lake: Passenger Department, the Utah & Nevada Railway, 1886
1888:
[M167-M177] ”Picturesque California and the Region West of the Rocky Mointains, from Alaska to Mexico.” (US Edition, Imperial Japan Edition, 100 copies etc.)
[M177A] ”Letter to Mrs. Butler, 1869; letter to Professor Butler, 1888” Wisconsin Free Press/1888?
1889:
[M178] ”The Snow. Results of John Muir’s Investigations in the Sierra. A Lighter Fall Than Known Since the Settlement of the State. What May Be Now Seen in a Trip Thriugh the Mountains-Rivers and Streams Full-The Forests in High Altitude”, San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin/June 22
[M179] ”Yosemite Valley. Beauties of the Landscape in Early Summer. Late Changes in the Valley – Lack of Plan a Serious Impediment to Improvement – John Muir’s Views. Yosemite Valley, June 21, 1889” San Francisco Daily Bulletin/June 27
[M180] ”Forests of the Sierra. The Destruction that is Being Wrought the Mountains. John Muir’s Protest against the Wantoness of the Sheep-Herder and Lumberman – Value of the Forests” San Francisco Daily Bulletin/June 29
1890:
[M181] ”The Treasure of the Yosemite.” The Century Magazine/Aug.
[M182] ”Features of the Proposed Yosemite National Park.” The Century Magazine/Sept.
[M182A] ”As it Appears to John Muir.” Oakland Daily Evening Tribune/Sept. 6 (Muirの文を引用した新聞記事)
[M183] ”John Muir in Yosemite. He Never Cut Down a Single Tree in the Valley. Twenty Years Ago He was Employed by Mr. Hutchings to Saw Lumber From Fallen Timber.” Oakland Daily Evening Tribune/Sept. 16 (M182AへのMuirの反論)
[M183A] [John Muir on the establishment of Yosemite National Park.] New York Evening Post/Oct.
1891:
[M184] ”Alaska.” In Alaska via Northern Pacific R.R. St. Paul, : Northern Pacific Railroad. 1891
[M185] ”A Rival of Yosemite. The Canyon of the South Fork of King’s River, California” The Century Magazine/Nov.
1892:
[M185A] Picturesque Californiaから引用
1893:
[M186] ”King’s River Yosemite.” The Travellr, March
[M187] ”Alaska” (M184のリプリント)
[M188] ”Alaska Scenery” The Traveler, June
1894:
[M189] ”The Mountains of California” The Century
[M190] 同上、London版
[M191−M193] ”Picturesue California” 再版
[M194] ”Our Touring Peaks and Deep Abysses.” The Sanfrancisco Examiner/Jan. 28
[M195] ”List of the Published Writings of John Muir, Nearly Complete to Date” Feb.
1895:
[M196] ”The Scenic Regions of America.” Muir編、George Barrie Publisher.
[M197] ”Picturesque California” 再版
[M198] ”A Plan to Save the Forests”(The Century Magazine)への投稿記事/Feb.
[M199] ”Save the Meadow Lark”(San Francisco Daily Morning Call)への投稿記事
1896:
[M201] ”Linnaeus.” Library of the Wolrld’s Best Literature
[M202] ”A Wind-storm in the Forests” Warner (M189のリプリント)
[M203] ”The National Parks and Forest Reservations.” Sierra Club Bulletin/Jan.
[M203A] ”Plain Words to Californians.” (The Century Magazine)への投稿記事/Apr.
[M204] ”To Check the Reckless Ravages of the Ruthless Denuders of Our California Forests . John Muir and the Other Members of the Forestery Bpard Are Now in the Field. Forestry Commissioner Muir On the Work on Deundation. Forests That Are at Work to Lay Waste Our Timber.” The San Francisco Examiner/Sept. 20
1897:
[M205] ”The Scenery of California.” California Early History: Commercial Position:Climate:Scenery(California State Board of Trade)
[M206] ”History of California” by Theodore H. Hittell (Muirからの言葉を引用)
[M207] ”The New Forest Reservation.” Mining and Scientific Press/Apr. 3
[M208] ”The National Parks and Forest Reservations.” Harper’s Weekly/June 5.
[M209] ”The Amarican Forests.” The Atlantic Monthly/Aug.
[M210] ”The Alaska Trip.” The Century Magazine/Aug.
[M211] ”He Will Write For ‘The Examiner’ and ‘Journal.’ John Muir Will Describe the Mountain Passes and Climate of the Yukon Country.” The San Francisco Examiner/Aug 18.
[M212] ”John Muir On the Sea. He Writes of the Throng Pushing Northward. The Scientist Advises Fortune-Hunters Not Be in a Hurry. Spend This Winter Trying Your ‘Prentic Hands on the Gold Belt of the Sierras….’Port Townsend, August 22.” The Sacn Francisco Examiner/Aug. 23
[M213] ”An Adventure With a Dog and a Glacier.” The Century Magazine/Sept.
[M214] ”Trails of the Gold Hunters in Northers Seas and on Mountain Passes. Five Passes to the Yukon Gold Fields. John Muir’s Letter on the Condition of the Trails. The Best Route Next Spring Will Be by the Way of Dyea. Skagway Pronounced the Worst, in Spite of Attempted Road-Building. Bread of Prospectors. As Well Take Drugs to Heaven as Medicines to Alaska, Says the Experienced Traveler.” The San Francisco Examiner/Oct. 1
[M215] ”Pathless Treasure Fields of the Frozen Northland. John Muir Writes of the Vast Country, Rich in Gold, That Has Not Been Distributed by the Prospector. There is No Occasion for Seekers After Fortune to Rush Pell-Mell Into the Region of Snow and Ice, for Alaska, for Many Years, Will be the Poor Man’s Mining Country.” The San Francisco Examiner/Oct. 11.
[M216] ”The Forests of Alaska.” The Forester/Nov. 1(M210のリプリント)
1898:
[M217] ”Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West.” The Atlantic Monthly/Jan.
[M217A] Sierra Club Bulletinへの手紙
[M218] ”Nature’s Gardens in Alaska.” The Mayflower/Feb.
[M219] ”Yellowstone National Park.” The Atlantic Monthly/Apr.
[M220] ”Pathless Treasure Fielfd of the Frozen Northland…” Pacific Coast Steamship Co.([M215]のリプリント)
[M221] ”Mr. C. D. Willard: Martinez, August 8, 1898” Los Angeles Evening Express.
[M222] ”Among the Animals of the Yosemite.” The Atlantic Monthly/Nov.
[M223] ”AMong the Birds of the Yosemite.” The Atlantic Monthly/Dec.
1899:
[M224] ”Yosemite National Park.” The Atlantic Monthly/Aug.
[M225] ”Muir, John.” Who’s Whoin Amarica 1899-1900
[M225A] ”Muir, John.” The National Cyclopaedia of American Biorogy
1900:
[M226] ”The Forests of the Yosemite Park.” The Atlantic Monthly/Apr.
[M227] ”Lake Tahoe in WInter.” Sierra Club Bulletin/May.
[M227A] ”Wild Gardens of Yosemite.” The Cicago Evening Post/July 30.
[M228] ”The Wild Gardens of the Yosemite Park.” The Atlantic Monthly/Aug.
[M228A] Cameria Craft誌:Muirの著述を引用
1901:
[M229] ”Notes On The Pacific Coast Glaciers.” In Harriman Alaska Expedition, Alaska Narrative, Glaciers, Natives by John Burroughs, John Muir and George Bird Grinnell .
[M230] Notes On the Pacific Coast Glaciers. /San Francisco: Sunset
[M231] ”With Emerson in the Yosemite.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner Magazine ([M226]のリプリント)
[M232] ”Fountains and Streams of Yosemite National Park.” The Atlantic Monthly/Apr.
[M233] ”King of Outdoors Tells of a Wonderful Earthquake in Yosemite.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner Magazine/Apr.
[M234] ”Hunting Big Redwoods.” The Atlantic Monthly/Sept.
[M234A] ”The Giant Redwoods. Nature’s Forest Materpiece and COnservatior of Streams. John Muir in Atlantic.” New York Chronicle/Sept. 16.
[M235] ”When a Great Sequoia Falls. A Very Noteworthy Article by a Great Naturalist on the Destruction of the Big Trees.” San Francisco Sundry Examiner Magazine/出版日不明
[M236] ”Reminiscences of Joseph LeConte.” The University of California Magazine/Sept.
[M237] 『Our National Parks』 Boston and New York: Hougton Mifflin and Co./Nov.
1902:
[M238] 同上、Londonで出版
[M239] ”Yosemite.” The Encyclopaedia Britannica. (第10版)
[M240] ”Woods From An Old Friend.” In Merrill, Catharine, The Man Shakespeareand Other Essays…With Some Words of Appriciation From John Muir..
[M241] ”Notes On The Pacific Coast Glaciers.” Harriman Alaska Expedition, Alaska Narrative, Glaciers, Natives by John Burroughs, John Muir and George Bird Grinnell .ロンドン版
[M241A] ”A Sequoia Forest Fire.” The Youth’s Copanion,/Jan. 15.
[M241B] ”Why John Muir Never Kills Rattlesnakes. Since He Guiltly Slew Two Of Them He Has Found They Never Strike Save In Self-Defence, So He Lets Them All Go Unmolested.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner Magazine/Jan. 26
[M242] ”Mt. Hood from Portland.” The Pacific Monthly/May.
[M243] ”The Great Oregon Forests.” The Pacific Monthly/June.
[M244] ”The Great Oregon Forests of Washington.” The Pacific Monthly/Oct.
[M245] ”The Grand Canyon Of The Colorado.” The Century Magazine/Nov..
[M246] ”Muir, John.” Who’s Who…London
[M247] ”Early Ascents.” Mt. WHitney Club Journal/May.
[M247A] [Muir Meets Emerson]. The Pacific Historian/May.([M237]のリプリント)
1903:
[M248] ”Sargent’s Silva.” The Atlantic Monthly/July.
1904:
[M249] ”Glacier’s” The Encyclopedia Americana.
[M250] [Climb the mountains and get their tidings.] Impressions Quarterly/June. [M237]よりの引用.
[M251] [同上] Impressions Broadside
[M252] 「John Muir Home From Years of World Circling.」
1905:
[M253] [Climb the mountains and get their tidings.] Impression Leaflets [M250]のリプリント
[M254] ”A Letter From The Yosemite Valley.” The Craftsman/Mar. Carrへの手紙を含むMuirの文の引用
[M255] ”Yosemite Storms and Floods.” The Outlook/June 3.
1906:
この年は出版無し。
1907:
[M256] Robert Burnsへの賛辞 The Pasadena Evening Star/Jan 26.
[M257] ”A New Top Notch for The SOns Of Daniel Boone” Woman’s Home Companion/Oct.
[M258] ”The Tuolumne Yosemite in Danger” The Outlook/Nov. 2.
1908:
[M259] ”The Hetch-Hetchy Valley.” Sierra Club Bulletin/Jan..
[M260] ”Hetch-Hetchy Valley Menanced. San Francisco’s Selfishness Would Rob State of One of Its Most Beautiful Spots, Reserved in National Park, the Peer of Yosemite.” The Pasadena Daily News/Jan. 11.
[M260A] ”The Mountains. John Muir.” The Mountaineer/Nov..
[M261] 内務省長官James R. GarfieldへのHetch−Hetchyに関する書簡のビラ用写し.
[M262] ”Hetch Hetchy Damming Scheme.” San Francisco and Hetchy Hetchy Reservoir Hearing held before The Commottee on the Public Lands of the House of representives/Dec. 16 1908 (HJR 184).
[M263] ”The Endangered Valley – The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park.” 同上・添付された[M256]からのリプリント.
[M264] ”San Francisco, Cal., December 16, 1908, Chairman of the Public Lands Committee, House of Rep.…” 同上・添付された手紙
1909:
[M265] ”The Endangered Valley. The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park” The Century/Jan.
[M266] 『Let All the People Speak and Prevent The Destruction Of The Yosemite Park』(1月12日)32ページのパンフレットの表紙に添付された手紙 
[M267] ”To All Lovers of Nature Scenary” 同上:2-3ページ。
[M268] ”The Endangered Valley: The Hetch-Hetchy Valley in The Yosemite National Park.” 同上:14-18ページ
[M269] [M266]のリプリント.
[M270] ”To All Lovers of Nature Scenary” Prevent The Destruction:2-3ページ([M267]のリプリント)。
[M271] ”The Endangered Valley: The Hetch-Hetchy Valley in The Yosemite National Park.” 同上:14-18ページ([M268]のリプリント)。
[M272] [M269]のリプリント。
[M273] [M267]のリプリント。
[M274] [M268]のリプリント。
[M275] Hetch-Hetchy – The Tuolumne Yosemiteの10ページ目
[M276] San Francisco and the Hetch-Hetchy Reservoir Hearings Held Before The Committee On The Public Lands of the House of Representives January 9 and 12 and 21, 1909 on H.R. res. 223. Washington: Goverment Printing Officeの118ページに刑された1月2日W. F. Englebright宛の手紙。
[M277] 同上:1月8日J. W. Reynolds、Frank W. Mondell宛の電報。
[M278] 同上:”Save the Hetch Hetchy Valley.”
[M279] 同上:1月8日 W. Mondell宛の電報。
[M280] ”Beauty of Hetch Hetchy.” 60th COngress 2nd Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 2805, Granting Use of Hetch Hetchy to City of San Franciscom Februrary 8, 1909: Washington: The Goverment Printing Office.
[M281] ”Stickeen” Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Cp./Mar..
[M282] ”Among the Birds of Yosemite.” Thoreau, Henry David, John Burroughs, John Muir American Fields and Forests. Boston, New York, and Chicago: Houghton Mifflin Cp./Mar.
[M283] ”The Sequoia.”[M237]10章のリプリント
[M284] ”John Muir Tells Of Hetch Hetchy. Naature Lover Protests that Park Must Be Saved. Says Proposition to Take It for San Francuisco. Is Scheme of A Few Sly Dollarish Scheme There.” Pasadena Star
[M285] ”The Gospel for July.” Sunset/July.
[M286] ”Our National Parks”再版/Oct..
[M286A] ”A Word from the President of the Sierra Club of California.” The Mountaineer/Nov.
[M287] Let Everyone Help To Save The Famous Hetch Hetchy Valley and Stop The Commercial Destruction WHich Threatens Our National Park. To the Amarican Publicのカバーレター。.
[M288] ”The Endangered Valley: The Hetch-Hetchy Valley in The Yosmeite National Park”同上14-17ページ。[M268]のリプリント。
1910:
[M298] ”The hetch-Hetchy Valley, A National Question.” American Forestry/May..
[M290] A National Issue. The Hetch Hetchy To Be Saved To All Who Are Interested in The Conservation of Our National Parks .
[M290A] 内務省長官 Richard A. Ballingerへの書簡: Proceedings Before The Secretary of the Interior in Re Use of Hetch Hetchy Reservior Site in the Yosemite National Park by the City of San Francisco/Washinton Goverment Printing Office.
[M291] ”Galen Clark” Sierra Club Bulletin/June.
[M292] Muirの書簡:The (Tacoma) Daily Ledger/July 24.
[M292A/B] MuirからJ. Carrへの書簡: James, George Wharton, Heroes of California..
1911:
[M293]”The Mountains of California”再版
[M294]”Cathedral Peak and the Tuolumne Meadows.” Sierra Club Bulletin/Jan.
[M295] ”My First Summer in the Sierra” The Atlantic Monthly /Jan.
[M296] 同上/Feb.
[M297] 同上/Mar.
[M298] 同上/Apr.
[M299] ”My Forst Summer in the Sierra” Boston and NY: Houghton Mifflin Co./June.
[M300] 同上:ロンドン版
[M301] Climb the Mountains and get their good tidings /Riverside California, Glenwood Mission Innのポストカード。
[M302] 『Edward Henry Harriman』 New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. 皮表紙
[M303] 同上、クロス表紙
1912:
[M304] ”A Wind Stormin the Forest” Two California Neighbors, A Suggestion for the English Class/ Calif. State Dept. of Education.
[M305] ”The Story of an Earthquake” 同上.
[M306] ”Letter from Mr. Muir” Sierra Club Bulletin/Kan.
[M307] ”Three Adventures in the Yosemite.” The Century Magazine/Mar..
[M308] 『The Yosemite』 New York: The Century Co./Apr..
[M309] ”Vacation” Sunset/June.
[M310] ”Salutation” The Mountaineer.
[M311] ”My Boyhood.” The Atlantic Monthly/Nov..
[M312] ”Plunge into the WIlderness” The Atlantic Monthly/Dec.
1913:
[M313] ”Lessons of the Wilderness”.
[M314] ”Out of the Wilderness.” The Atlantic Monthly/Feb.
[M315] 『The Story of My Boyhood and Youth』 Boston and New York:Houghton Miffin Co./Mar.
[M316] 『The Boyhood of a Naturalist』 [M315]の一部
[M317] ”Browne The Beloved.” The Dial/June
[M317A] ”More Light on the Destructive Hetch Hetchy Scheme. A Crisis in National Park Affairs. Let Everyone Help to Save Our National Playgrounds from Invasion. To the American People, Fellow Owners of the Yosemite National Park.”San Francisco: Society for the Preservation of National Parks(#7)
[M317B] ”The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park: What it is and the Dangers thretening its Destruction….Description of the Hetch Hetchy Valley.”
[M317C] ”Let Everyone Help to Save the Famous Our National Parks. and Stop The Commercial Destruction That Threatens Our National Parks. To the American People.”同上
[M317D] ”The Hetch Hetchy Valley in the Yosemite National Park: What it is and the Dangers threatening its Destruction….Description of the Hetch Hetchy Valley.”同上
[M318] ”More Light on the Destructive hetch Hetchy Scheme.” San Francisco: Society for the Preservation of National Parks.同上
[M319] ”The Hetch Hetchy Valley In The Yosemite National Park, What It Is and The Damgers Threatening Its Destruction”.同上
[M320] ”Would Save the Hetch Hetchy. John Muir Wants to Delay Action in Congress for a Time.” New York Evening Post/June 18.
[M321] ”A Protest From John Muir.” New York Evening Post/July 1.
[M322] ”Hetch Hetchy Invaders. John Muir Asks That Their Bill Be Not Rushed Through Congress.” The New York Times/July 21..
[M323] ”To Protect The Yosemite. Why the Assault of San Francisco Must Ne Repelled.” The Springfield Republican,/July(?).
[M324] ”Tells Of Glories Of Hetch-Hetchy. John Muir WOuld Save Wonder Valley. Naturalist Appeals To American People. Says Its Destruction as a Scenic Marvel Is Threatened By Water Supply Plan – His Description of Its Beauties.” Brooklyn New York Citizen/July 24.
[M325] ”Sublime Feature Of Yosemite May Be Destroyed. San Francisco Attempting to Make Hetch Hetchy Valley Into Reservoir. Destroy Its Beauty. Long-Continued Efforts to Utilize Lake Eleanor and the Valley to Secure Water Supply for City – Both Scenic Features of Park.” The Seattle Post-Intelligencer/July 27.
[M325A]The Outlookへの投稿/Aug. 13
[M325B]”Bravery of Highest Order. John Muir Relates an Incident Which Shows teh Courage of the Wild Gray Goose.” Reporter/Aug. 22.
[M326] ”Grabbing The Hetch Hetchy.” The New Bedford Evening Standard/Aug. 28.
1914:
[M326A] 『The Yosemite』 New York:The Century Co.再版.
[M327] ”Tehipite Valley.” Sierra Club Bulletin/Jan.
[M327A] ”Trees and Fools.” Gazette News/Jan. 2
[M327B] ”John Muir’s Inventions.” Lutheran Observer/ Jan. 9

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