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#55-1/2 RUNNING TRAILS OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Burke.
Runner's guide to new routes through redwoods, along beaches, across meadowland, beside streams, around lakes, and unusual city streets. Maps, l34 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-930588-22-3. Order #: HEYD2147 paper$7.95.
#A JOURNAL OF RAMBLINGS THROUGH THE HIGH SIERRAS OF CALIFORNIA. by Joseph LeConte.
First excursion of University of California professor into the Sierra, with his students. Daily experiences of camp life and mountain explorations, plus geological speculations at the time when understanding of the origin of Yosemite Valley and the remnant glaciers of the higher areas was being considered. Includes meeting with John Muir on the trail and also at Tenaya Lake. 135 pages, index.
Inventory = 1.
IT WILL LIVE FOREVER:
traditional Yosemite Indian acorn preparation. by Bev Ortiz. THE OHLONE WAY: Indian
Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area. by Malcolm Margolin. STICKEEN. by
Gathering, drying, storing, pounding, winnowing, sifting, leaching, and cooking--including Julia Parker's recipe. Historical photographs and modern ones that show Julia Parker in multiple steps preparing acorns for cooking. 158 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0930588-45-8. 1996.Order #: HEYD9707 paper$14.95.
This well-loved classic vividly recreates the lost world of the Indian people who lived in the San Francisco Bay Area such a short time ago. Pre-Mission native Americans in the densely-populated land of plenty--their land and their ways of life. Drawings, 182 pages.
Inventory = 24. ISBN:0-930588-01-0.Order #: HEYD2992 paper$16.95.
Illustrated edition of well-loved tale of how John Muir and the dog Stickeen struggled to cross an Alaskan glacier during an ice storm. An exhilarating story that has become an American classic. Illustrated, 96 pages. I
Inventory = 2.
THE OHLONE WAY: Indian
Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area. by Malcolm Margolin.
#TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN--reminiscences of a Yurok woman. Thompson.
Reprint from 1916 of Klamath River area (California) Indian's story of her people. Illustrated, 312 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 978-0-930588-47-2. Order #: HEYD4175 paper$14.95.
THE WAY WE LIVED: California Indian reminiscences, stories, and songs. Edited with Commentary by Malcolm Margolin.
Legends from California tribes that portray their concepts of nature and social order. Captures the vitality and continuance of native culture in California, ranging from love songs to death chants, legends to oral histories. Photos, 209 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-930588-55-7.Order #: HEYD2149 paper$16.95.
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