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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Step in valley of Evolution Lakes, Sierra Nevada, seen from sill of hanging valley. At left Mt. Goddard. (Compare with no. 2387). Fresno County, California. 1904.
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Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Evolution Valley above the junction, however, has the larger drainage basin and a longer line of high crest. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908. (Panorama with photo nos. 3310-3312).
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Sapline and associated terrace, north side of Survival Alcove near its junction with Evolution Basin. Skyline is Darwin Crest, Sierra Nevada. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Kings Canyon National Park, California. Sculpture of the south wall of Bubbs Creek canyon. The cleft has been eroded by an intermittent stream along a narrow zone of shearing in the granite. In the upper left is the path of a stream whose eroding action has not been favored by fractures. 1925.
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Kings Canyon National Park, California. Main Kearsarge Lake with University Peak in the left background and Kearsarge Pinnacles on the right. 1925.
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Roches moutonnees. Ice movement directly toward observer. Southward in Evolution Basin. Shows south wall of Survival Alcove in central distance; next to right is spur. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Kings Canyon National Park, East. At right Mt. Spencer; near center Mt. Haeckel. California. 1904. (Panorama with photo nos.2360-2366, 2368-2369). Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park.
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Northwestward down Goddard (south branch) Canyon, showing Pavilion spur-end dome at junction of Goddard Canyon and Piute (north branch) Canyon, South Fork of San Joaquin River, four miles east of Blaney Meadows. The junction of the two creeks is off the view to the left; Piute Creek enters at upper right, passing across view at near foot of dome. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Lake at southwest base of Mt. Goddard, Sierra Nevada. At left the slope of Mt. Goddard. Across the lake a medial moraine, beyond which is another lake. Beyond the low saddles at right and in middle of view are glacial troughs descending toward the east and southeast. These have been truncated by the development of the trough containing the lakes. For lakes compare 2401 and 2402; for the head troughs compare 2411 and 2414. Fresno County, California. 1904. (Panorama with photo no. 2399).
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Granite spur, south side of Survival Alcove, near its junction with Evolution Basin, Sierra Nevada. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Northward in Evolution Basin, showing Evolution Lake (outlet at left in middle distance) and northwest end of Darwin Crest (on right. (Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Terrace on right (north) wall of Darwin Canyon, from butte at foot of Darwin Glacier. The canyon, opening northward at head, here turns abruptly westward. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908.
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Westward in lower end of Evolution Canyon close to junction with Goddard Canyon (which crosses in middle ground from left to right), showing Panorama Butte, looking up Evolution Canyon. The butte was overtopped by maximum glaciation; direction of movement southeast to northwest. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908. (Panorama with photo no. 3326)
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Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Evolution Valley above the junction, however, has the larger drainage basin and a longer line of high crest. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908. (Panorama with photo nos. 3310, 3312-3313).
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Head of Survival Alcove. Illustrated sapline (glacial) about head of lake; also, sapping (wave work or frost work?) at edge of lake. Evolution Basin, Sierra Nevada. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California. 1908. (Panorama with photo nos. 3296-3297)


map background search result map search result map Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Step in valley of Evolution Lakes, Sierra Nevada, seen from sill of hanging valley. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Mount Huxley. Terrace of an avalanche drift on the left. 1904. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Lake at southwest base of Mt. Goddard, Sierra Nevada. Eastward up Survival Alcove, Evolution Basin. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California, 1908. Head of Survival Alcove. Illustrated sapline (glacial) about head of lake; also, sapping (wave work or frost work?) at edge of lake. Sapline and associated terrace, north side of Survival Alcove near its junction with Evolution Basin. Granite spur, south side of Survival Alcove, near its junction with Evolution Basin, Sierra Nevada. Terrace on right (north) wall of Darwin Canyon, from butte at foot of Darwin Glacier. The canyon, opening northward at head, here turns abruptly westward. Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Westward in lower end of Evolution Canyon close to junction with Goddard Canyon (which crosses in middle ground from left to right), showing Panorama Butte, looking up Evolution Canyon. Northwestward down Goddard (south branch) Canyon, showing Pavilion spur-end dome at junction of Goddard Canyon and Piute (north branch) Canyon, South Fork of San Joaquin River, four miles east of Blaney Meadows. Northward in Evolution Basin, showing Evolution Lake (outlet at left in middle distance) and northwest end of Darwin Crest (on right. Roches moutonnees. Ice movement directly toward observer. Southward in Evolution Basin. Shows south wall of Survival Alcove in central distance; next to right is spur. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Glacial pavement in the bed of Evolution Creek. 1921. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Sculpture of the south wall of Bubbs Creek canyon. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Main Kearsarge Lake with University Peak in the left background and Kearsarge Pinnacles on the right. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Fin Dome, viewed from the west. 1925. Men examining new road in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Tulare County, California. 1909. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Mount Huxley. Terrace of an avalanche drift on the left. 1904. Eastward up Survival Alcove, Evolution Basin. Sierra Nevada, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Mount Goddard quadrangle, Fresno County, California, 1908. Sapline and associated terrace, north side of Survival Alcove near its junction with Evolution Basin. Granite spur, south side of Survival Alcove, near its junction with Evolution Basin, Sierra Nevada. Terrace on right (north) wall of Darwin Canyon, from butte at foot of Darwin Glacier. The canyon, opening northward at head, here turns abruptly westward. Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Westward in lower end of Evolution Canyon close to junction with Goddard Canyon (which crosses in middle ground from left to right), showing Panorama Butte, looking up Evolution Canyon. Northward in Evolution Basin, showing Evolution Lake (outlet at left in middle distance) and northwest end of Darwin Crest (on right. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Glacial pavement in the bed of Evolution Creek. 1921. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Sculpture of the south wall of Bubbs Creek canyon. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Main Kearsarge Lake with University Peak in the left background and Kearsarge Pinnacles on the right. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Fin Dome, viewed from the west. 1925. Men examining new road in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Tulare County, California. 1909. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Step in valley of Evolution Lakes, Sierra Nevada, seen from sill of hanging valley. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Lake at southwest base of Mt. Goddard, Sierra Nevada. Head of Survival Alcove. Illustrated sapline (glacial) about head of lake; also, sapping (wave work or frost work?) at edge of lake. Description of group: Eastward up Evolution Valley, showing canyon within canyon; Mount Darwin in distance at right (flat top); Evolution Valley (both outer and inner canyons) "hangs" at its junction with Goddard Canyon, which it joins at right angles along the foreground. Northwestward down Goddard (south branch) Canyon, showing Pavilion spur-end dome at junction of Goddard Canyon and Piute (north branch) Canyon, South Fork of San Joaquin River, four miles east of Blaney Meadows. Roches moutonnees. Ice movement directly toward observer. Southward in Evolution Basin. Shows south wall of Survival Alcove in central distance; next to right is spur.