3 edition of Wildflowers of Mount Shasta, Lone Giant of the Cascades found in the catalog.
Wildflowers of Mount Shasta, Lone Giant of the Cascades
|Statement||original watercolor paintings by Edward Stuhl ; text written and compiled by Marilyn Clement Ford.|
|Contributions||Ford, Marilyn Clement.|
|LC Classifications||QK149 .S74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||81065118|
Sierra Club Alpine Lodge “Horse Camp” Mt. Shasta, CA. Library Inventory. October Advanced Rockcraft. Robbins, Royal. La Siesta Press. All 14 Eight. Mount Shasta aglow. A small lenticular on Mount Shasta as the sun lights the sky up. A look at the scale of the clouds above Mount Shasta. It was an awesome large display. Nearby Castle Lake was gorgeous as well. Most of the lake is still covered by ice but it has melted away around the southern shoreline. An odd little cloud captures the evening light.
Legends of Mount Shasta: “The Abode of the Devil” Part 3 – Prehistoric Traditions of Giants and Mysterious Beings, Part One There are countless Native American legends describing prehistoric giants, flood myths, lost civilizations, cataclysms, the star people, and other mysterious beings who belonged to some remote and. Mount Shasta, heart of the Shasta Cascade region, taken near Dunsmuir, California. The Shasta Cascade region of California is located in the northeastern and north-central sections of the state bordering Oregon and Nevada, including far northern parts of .
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Genre/Form: Illustrated works Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stuhl, Edward, Wildflowers of Mount Shasta, "Lone Giant of the Cascades". Wildflowers of Mount Shasta Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — $ $ Paperback from $ Manufacturer: Clementine. CASCADES 41) Mount Shasta (Mt. Shasta) 42) Lassen National Park (Chester) HIGH SIERRA Northern 43) Feather River Canyon (CA70) 44) Butterfly Valley (Quincy) 45) Sierra Buttes and the Lakes Basin (Sierra City) 46) Sagehen Creek (Hobart Mills) 47) Castle Peak (Truckee) 48) Lake Wildflowers of Mount Shasta Basin 49) Luther Pass (CA89) 50) Carson Pass (CA88) Central and Brand: University of California Press.
CASCADES. 41) Mount Shasta (Mt. Shasta) 42) Lassen National Park (Chester) HIGH SIERRA. Northern. 43) Feather River Canyon (CA70) 44) Butterfly Valley (Quincy) 45) Sierra Buttes and the Lakes Basin (Sierra City) 46) Sagehen Creek (Hobart Mills) 47) Castle Peak (Truckee) 48) Lake Tahoe Basin.
49) Luther Pass (CA89) 50) Carson Pass (CA88) Central. Disappointing that not all flowers are represented by a painting. However, there is a more complete listing (Mount Shasta Plant List) in the back of the book.
So, if the flower you are trying to identify is not represented by a painting, find a photo online and then with a name you can then confirm that it can be found there on Mount Shasta.4/4(1). In this photograph-driven field guide to California's spectacular wildflowers, Laird R.
Blackwell expertly provides several ways to find them in bloom: by month, by place, and by flower. The month-by-month descriptions--found in no other statewide guide--suggest what to see and where to go throughout the state during the blooming season.
Wildflowers of Mount Shasta: Lone Giant of the Cascades. Klamath Falls, Ore.: Clementine Publishing Co., This is one of the most important history and natural history books about Mount Shasta. Edward Stuhl was trained as an artist in Europe, came to this country and worked as a naturalist, historian, and conservationist.
Suppressed information contained in this book proves that California's legendary mountain is older, and far more mysterious, than previously imagined.
Mount Shasta's Forgotten History and Legends draws off little-known prehistoric legends and tales discovered in the region's historical record, unveilling the hidden history behind the mountain's. Cascades and Olympics. Not particularly strong for east-side plants, but still an invaluable resource for hikers.
wILdfLowERs of tHE pACIfIC noRtHwEst mark Turner and PHyllis gusTafson (TimBer, $, ) Absolutely gorgeous book with 1, photos and listings of almost any wild-flower you might encounter in the Pacific Northwest. CAsCAdE. Shasta County, California. Spring wildflowers and shrubs in Shasta County, California including roadsides around Millville, Round Mountain, and Shasta Lake as well as along the Salt Creek Trail between Eureka Way and the Sacramento River Trail west of Redding.
Mount Shasta Wildflowers. likes 50 talking about this. Mount Shasta Wildflowers: a unique field guide and fine art prints featuring the historic wildflower paintings of Ed Stuhl for Mt Shasta Followers: Collection Described in Published Work: Wildflowers of Mount Shasta, "Lone Giant of the Cascades" / original watercolor paintings by Edward Stuhl; text written and compiled by Marilyn Clement Ford.
Call Number: QK S74 (N.E. Cal). California’s northeast corner is an outdoor-lover’s paradise, with safe-to-explore volcanoes, hushed forests, and trout-filled rivers.
This is the place for blue-ribbon fishing, houseboats anchored in cool lakes, countless campgrounds, and inviting trails for hiking and mountain biking."When I first caught sight of it I was weary and 50 miles away and afoot.
Yet all my blood turned to wine. Dustin Naef explores the historic mystery of Mount Shasta, a mountain in the Siskiyou County of California best known for the dubious dwelling of Lemurians.
Unpacking the provenance of such tales as he goes, Naef outlines the history of Shasta as per Native American sources a Author: Dustin Naef.
ephemera and books. If you want more information about how to re-search the history of California wildflowers using our collection, consider viewing our research guide to Wildflowers in California or contacting us via the following methods.
Contact us: Web-form: Ask us a Question Email: [email protected] Enjoy our display. Mountainliar & Poppins take on another 14er, Mount Shasta. 2 day backpacking trip from 6,' along the Clear Creek Trail to ' Summit of California's tallest volcano. Wildflowers of Mount Rainier and the Cascades.
Text by Mary Fries; Photos by Bob, Ira and Patricia Spring. Seattle: The Mountaineers. Pages; about color plates. $ I am prejudiced – it was pictures of alpine flowers that first made me want to go to the mountains when I was very young.
Sports > Outdoors Fire and ice: Finding joy on the volcanoes of the Cascades. Thu., Climbers ascend the rough trail up Mount St. Like a sleeping giant Mount Shasta dominates the mountains of Northern California. It dwarfs everything in sight including the iron horses that have traversed its flanks for the past years.
Mount Shasta is located in the Cascade Range in northern California about 65 km (40 mi) south of the Oregon-California border. One of the largest and highest (14, ft) of the Cascade volcanoes, the compound stratovolcano is located near the southern end of the range that terminates near Lassen Peak.
Wildflowers of Mount Shasta. July Mount Shasta, California. Wild Rose. this is definitely true for Mount Shasta!
The months of May, June and July have delivered an endless supply of wildflowers: large and small, abundant and rare, in meadows and forests. Some .An intense display of wildflowers highlights basalt outcroppings on North Table Mountain.
This is the first post in the Northern California Review, a new series I am kicking off that highlights other natural areas around our great state. Legends of Mount Shasta: The Abode of the Devil Part 2 – Castle Crags: Fortress of Giants Breaking Sacred Ground: The Confluence, and Disruption of the Balance of Origin Sites Some versions of the Castle Crag's legends are eerily similar to the Paiute traditions written about by Sarah Winnemucca, in