Notes

Notes
1
Ansel Adams and Mary Street Alinder, Ansel Adams, an Autobiography (Boston: Little Brown, 1985), 232.
Ansel Adams and Edwin Herbert Land, Singular Images (Dobbs Ferry, NY: Morgan & Morgan, 1974).
Eucalyptus Tree, Fort Ross, California is Plate 52.
2
Fort Ross, Robin Joy, Heidi Horvitz, and Park Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Russian Colony ([cited March and April 2003]); available from http://www.mcn.org/ 1/ rrparks/ fortross/
Robert A. Thompson, The Russian Settlement in California Known as Fort Ross; Founded 1812, Abandoned 1841. Why the Russians Came and Why They Left (Santa Rosa: Sonoma Democrat Publishing Company, 1896), 7.
Andrea Gray Stillman, Ansel Adams: An American Place, 1936 (Tucson: Center for Creative Photography University of Arizona, 1982).
Adams and Alinder, Ansel Adams, an Autobiography, 232.
Sally Stein, "On Location: The Placement (and Replacement) of California in 1930s Photography," in Reading California: Art, Image, and Identity, igoo-2000, ed. Stephanie Barron, Sheri Bernstein, and Ilene Susan Fort (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000).
3
Martin Berger, "White Sight: Race in American Visual Culture," New Haven: History of Art Department, Yale University, November 13, 2003.
4
Stein, "On Location," 177.
Howard N. Fox, "Tremors in Paradise 1960-1980," in Reading California: Art, Image, and Identity, igoo- 2000, ed. Stephanie Barron, Sheri Bernstein, and Ilene Susan Fort (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000), 193-202.
Maurice Merleau-Ponty, "In- direct Language and the Voices of Silence," in The Merleau-Ponty Aesthetics Reader: Philosophy and Painting, ed. Galen A. Johnson (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1993), 81-84, 116-120.
Maurice Merleau-Ponty, "Cézanne's Doubt," in The Merleau-Ponty Aesthetics Reader: Philosophy and Painting, ed. Galen A. Johnson (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1993), 64.
5
Adams and Alinder, Ansel Adams, an Autobiography, 235, 234.
Jim Wood, "The Gentle Crusader: Ansel Adams," Historic Preservation 33, no. 1 (January-February 1981): 32-39.
Jane de Hart Mathews, "Art and Politics in Cold War America," American Historical Review 81, no. 4 (October, 1976): 763-768.
Susan Landauer, The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), 215, n. 268
Harriet Senie and Sally Webster, eds., Critical Issues in Public Art: Content, Context, and Controversy (New York: Icon Editions, 1992), 145.
6
Yi-Fu Tuan, Space and Place: The Perspective of Experience (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1977)
Yi-Fu Tuan, Topophilia: A Study of Environmental Perception, Attitudes, and Values (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1974).
Kent C. Ryden, Mapping the Invisible Landscape: Folklore, Writing, and the Sense of Place (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1993), 243
Janice Simon, "Images of Contentment: John Fre- derick Kensett and the Connecticut Shore," in Images of Contentment: John Frederick Kensett and the Connecticut Shore, ed. Janice Simon and Amy Y. Smith (Waterbury, CT: The Mattatuck Museum, 2001), 33.
Simon, "Images of Content-ment," 33.
7
the state Grade Four History- Social Science Content Standards, http:// www.cde.ca.gov/standards/hist0ry/grade4. html. Accessed May, 2003.
James Clifford, "Fort Ross Meditation," in Routes: Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997), 299-347.
8
Clifford, 304-310, 323-324
Joy, Horvitz, and Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Rus- sian Colony; Thompson, The Russian Settle- ment in California Known as Fort Ross; Founded 1812, Abandoned 1841. Why the Rus- sians Came and Why They Left, 5-22.
9
Robert V. Hine and John Mack Faragher, The American West: A New Inter- pretive History (New Haven, CT: Yale Univer- sity Press, 2000), 234-251.
10
Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, 1987.
11
Nancy K. Anderson, "The Kiss of Enterprise': The Western Landscape as Symbol and Resource," in The West as America: Reinterpreting Images of the Frontier, 1820-10,20, ed. William H. Truettner and Nancy K. Anderson (Wash- ington, DC: National Museum of American Art-Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991)
William H. Goetzmann and William N. Goetzmann, The West of the Imagination (New York: Norton, 1986), especially 124- 182
Martha A. Sandweiss, Print the Legend: Photography and the American West (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2002), especially 121-155.
Peter Bacon Hales, Silver Cities, the Photo- graphy of American Urbanization, 1839-1915 (Philadelphia, 1984), 49-50
Goetz- mann and Goetzmann, The West of the Imagination, 138.
12
Carleton Watkins is Peter E. Palmquist, Carleton E. Watkins, Photographer of the American West (Albu- querque: Amon Carter Museum-University of New Mexico Press, 1983).
Thomas Wes- ton Fels, Carleton Watkins, Photographer: Yosemite and Mariposa Views from the Collec- tion of the Park Mccullough House, North Bennington, Vermont, June 11-September 5, 10,83 (Williamstown, MA: Sterling and Fran- cine Clark Art Institute, 1983).
Anderson, "The Kiss of Enterprise," 271-276
Thomas Weston Fels, "Visualizing California: Early Photography, 1849-1890," in Watkins to Weston: 101 Years of California Photography, 1840,-1950, ed. Thomas Weston Fels, Therese Thau Heyman, and David Travis (Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art- Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1992), 17-22, 184.
Jed Perl, "The Vertical Landscape: 'In the Redwood Forest Dense'," Art in America 64, no. 1 (January-February 1976).
Tim Flannery, "The Secrets of Methuselah Grove," New York Review of Books March 13, 2003.
13
Anderson, "The Kiss of Enterprise," 271- 272
Perl, "The Vertical Landscape: 'In the Redwood Forest Dense'," 60-61.
14
Shirley Sargent, Galen Clark, Yosemite Guardian (San Fran- cisco: Sierra Club, 1964).
Sargent, 60-61.
Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (1864; rpt., Signet Classics 2000).
15
Anderson, "The Kiss of Enterprise," 271.
Ralph A. Britsch, Bierstadt and Ludlow: Painter and Writer in the West ([Provo]: Brigham Young University, 1980).
Fels, "Visualizing California: Early Photo- graphy, 1849-1890," 119.
Claire Perry, "Cornucopia of the World," in Pacific Arcadia: Images of California, 1600-1915, ed. Claire Perry (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 88-90.
16
Robin W. Doughty, The Eucalyptus: A Natural and Commercial History of the Gum Tree (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000) 66-67
Claire Shaver Haughton, Green Immigrants: The Plants That Transformed America (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovano- vich, 1978), 118
Kenneth Thompson, "The Australian Fever Tree in California: Eucalypts and Malaria Prophylaxis," Annals of the Association of American Geographers 60, no. 2 (June 1970): 234
Ian R. Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods: Calif ornian-Australian Environmental Reform, 1860-1930 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999), 58.
Haughton, Green Immigrants, 114.
17
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 56-87.
Marsh comes from the posthumous 1885 edition of Man and Nature, 325
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 25.
18
Joy, Horvitz, and Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Rus- sian Colony.
"Russian Orchard" and the mention of eucalypts at Fort Ross in Clifford, 299-304.
"Fort Ross State Historic Park," (California State Department of Parks and Recreation, July, 1993)
Joy, Horvitz, and Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Russian Colony
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods 207.
19
Joy, Horvitz, and Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Russian Colony.
20
Dan Murley at the "Fort Ross State Historic Park" website.
Doughty, The Eucalyptus: A Natural and Commercial His- tory 85-95.
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 14, 59, 82.
Perry, "Cornucopia of the World."
21
Joy, Horvitz, and Rangers, Fort Ross State Historic Park Russian Colony.
Fort Ross pho- tographs in the Frank B. Rodolph Photograph Collection, BANC PIC 1905.17151, The Ban- croft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Elena Emelyanova, a Russian school- teacher, on the "Irkutsk-Fort Ross Club" website, at http://ifrc.irk.ru/ usa99/photos/ 071111.jpg Accessed March, 2003.
Clif- ford's wide sense of travel, p. 11
22
Doughty, The Eucalyptus: A Natural and Commercial History, 68-74, 89-95
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 56-71.
H. M. Butterfield, "Introduction of Eucalyptus into California," Madrono: A West American Journal of Botany 3 (October 1935), 152
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 83.
23
Richard W. Amero, "San Diego Invites the World to Balboa Park a Second Time," The Journal of San Diego History 31.4 (Fall 1985), chapter 1; http://www.sandiegohistory.org/ calpac/35expo99.htm Accessed March 2003.
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 83.
Virginia Butterfield, "Born- Again Balboa Park," San Diego Magazine 48.12 (December 1996), begins p. 110; http://- www.sandiego-online.com/issues/december- 96/balboa.shtml Accessed March, 2003.
24
Amero, "San Diego Invites the World to Balboa Park a Second Time," especially chapters 3 and 7.
Larry and Jane Booth, "Do You Want an Exposition? San Diego's 1935 Fair in Photographs," The Journal of San Diego History 31.4 (Fall 1985), http:// www.sandiegohistory.org/calpac/35expo12.htm Accessed March 2003.
Adams and Alinder, Ansel Adams, an Autobiography, 187-189, 271.
25
Merle Armitage, in the West Coaster, June 15, 1928, 24
Nancy Dustin Wall Moure, "Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and the Eucalyptus School in Southern California," in Plein Air Painters of California, the Southland, ed. Ruth Lilly Westphal and Terry DeLapp (Irvine: Westphal, 1982), 11-12.
26
Susan Landauer, Donald D. Keyes, and Jean Stern, California Impressionists (Irvine: Irvine Museum, 1996)
Moure, "Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and the Eucalyptus School;" Will South and William H. Gerdts, California Impressionism (New York: Abbeville Press Publishers, 1998).
South and Gerdts, California Impressionism, 89.
Deborah Epstein Solon and Will South, In and Out of California: Travels of American Impressionists (Laguna Beach: Laguna Art Museum, 2002).
Jean Stern, "Masters of Light," in Jean Stern and William H. Gerdts, Masters of Light: Plein- Air Painting in California 1890-1930 (Irvine: Irvine Museum, 2002), 24.
27
Fred S. Hogue, "The Art of Edward Alwyn Payne," Los Angeles Sun- day Times, May 23, 1926
Susan Landauer, "Impressionism's Indian Summer: The Culture and Consumption of California Plein-Air Painting," in Landauer, Keyes, and Stern, California Impressionists, 43
South and Gerdts, California Impressionism, 240.
William H. Gerdts, "The Land of Sun- shine," in Masters of Light: Plein-Air Painting in California 1890-1930, ed. Jean Stern and William H. Gerdts (Irvine: Irvine Museum, 2002), 35.
Gerdts, "The Land of Sunshine," 66
South and Gerdts, California Impressionism, 240-243.
Ruth Lilly Westphal and Janet B. Dominik, American Scene Painting: California, 1930s and 1940s (Irvine: Westphal Publishers, 1991).
Gerdts, "The Land of Sunshine," 37.
28
South and Gerdts, California Impressionism, 130.
Gerdts, "The Land of Sunshine," 69 n. 24.
29
Allison N. Kemmerer, "Reinventing the West," in Adam D. Weinberg, et al, Reinvent- ing the West: The Photographs of Ansel Adams and Robert Adams (Andover, Mass.: Addison Gallery of American Art Phillips Academy, 2001), 21 n. 14
Adams and Alinder, Ansel Adams, an Autobiography.
Jonathan Spaulding, Ansel Adams and the American Landscape: A Bi- ography (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995), 327-349.
Fox, "Tremors in Paradise 1960-1980," espe- cially 193-202.
Adams and Land, Singular Images.
30
The Argonaut, April 22, 1877, p. 4
Thompson, "The Australian Fever Tree in California: Eucalypts and Malaria Prophylaxis," 243.
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 68.
31
Ted Williams, "America's Largest Weed," Audubon January-February, 2002, 26.
Tyrrell, True Gardens of the Gods, 68.
32
Williams, "America's Largest Weed," 24, 30.
33
Patricia Leigh Brown, "By the Bay, Ancient Dunes Fight Exotic Trees," New York Times, March 9, 2003.
Williams, "America's Largest Weed," 30-31.
34
Williams, "America's Largest Weed," 28, 30.
Leland Yee is quoted in Brown, "By the Bay, Ancient Dunes Fight Exotic Trees," A1.
Letters, New York Times, March 12, 2003, p. 24.
35
Williams, "America's Larg- est Weed," 26.
Adams' article from the period, "A Naturalist's Plea: The Conservation of Man," AIA Journal 45.6 (June 1966): 68-74.
Saving the Redwoods pamphlets and Bulletin, (Berkeley, Calif: Save-the-Red- woods League, 1941-1951).
Spaulding, Ansel Adams and the American Landscape, 334.
36
Mike Davis, Ecology of Fear: Los Angeles and the Imagination of Disaster (New York: Metropolitan Books, 1998)
John A. McPhee, The Control of Nature (New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989).
William Cronon, "Intro- duction: In Search of Nature," and "The Trouble with Wilderness; or, Getting Back to the Wrong Nature" in Uncommon Ground: Toward Reinventing Nature, William Cronon, ed. (New York: WW Norton & Co., 1995).
Julia "Butterfly" Hill, The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman, and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods ([San Francisco]: Harper San Francisco, 2000).
Williams, "America's Largest Weed," 28.
37
"'Nature' is not as natural" is from Cronon, "Introduction," 25
"Far from being the one place" is from Cronon, "The Trouble with Wilderness," 69.
Rebecca Solnit, Savage Dreams: A Journey into the Hidden Wars of the American West (San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1994)
Emmet Gowin, and Jock Reynolds, et al. Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth: Aerial Photographs (New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery-Corcoran Gallery of Art-Yale University Press, 2002)
Mark Klett, et al. Second View: The Rephotographic Survey Project (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1984).
Thomas Bolt, Out of the Woods (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989).
Mary Sayre Haverstock, "Can Nature Imitate Art?" Art in America 54.1 (January-February, 1966): 73-81.
38
Lawrence Buell, The Environmental Imagination: Thoreau, Nature Writing, and the Formation of American Culture (Cambridge: Belknap Press of Har- vard University Press, 1995).
Simon, "Images of Contentment," 34-35.
1
Dan C. Holland, "The Western Pond Turtle: Habitat and History. Final Report," U.S. Department of Energy, Bonne- ville Power Administration (1994): section 2, page 13
Dan C. Holland, "Synopsis of the Ecology of the Western Pond Turtle, Clemmys marmorata," Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Research Center (Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989): 13-14.
Andrew Rolle, "Turbulent Waters: Navigation and California's Southern Central Valley," California History no. 2 (1996): 135
Gerald Haslam, "The Lake That Will Not Die," California History no. 3 (1993): 263, 271.
Edward Hume, Mean Justice (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1999), 18.
2
Carl H. Ernst, Jeffrey E. Lovich, and Roger W Barbour, Turtles of the United States and Canada (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1994), 191.
3
L. M. Seeliger, "Variation in the Pacific Mud Turtle," Copeia 3 (1945): 150-159
Dan C. Holland, "Level and Pattern in Morphological Variation: A Phylogeographic Study of the Western Pond Turtle Clemmys marmorata in Oregon" (Ph.D. diss., University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1992), 123..
4
Seeliger, 158.
5
W.N. Lockington, "Zoology: Notes on Some Reptiles and Batrachia of the Pacific Coast," American Naturalist no. 12 (1879): 781.
6
Holland, "Level and Pattern," 1-24.
7
Spencer F. Baird and Charles Girard, "De- scriptions of New Species of Reptiles, Col- lected by the U.S. Exploring Expedition Under the Command of Capt. Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. First Part. - Including the species from the Western coast of America," Proceed- ings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 6 (1852): 177.
8
Edward Hallowell, "Report of Explorations in California for Railroad Routes to Connect with the Routes near the 35th and 32nd Parallels of North Latitude; Zoological Report, Report Upon Reptiles of the Route," vol. X, part IV, no. 1 (1859) in Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, Charles Wilkes (Washington, DC: A. O. P. Nicholson, 1856-1860): 3.
Elmer Charles Herber, Corres- pondence Between Spencer Fullerton Baird and Louis Agassiz - Two Pioneer American Naturalists (Washington, DC: The Smith- sonian Institution, 1963), 131.
9
Herber, Correspondence, 131.
10
Louis Agassiz, Contributions to the Natural History of the United States of America, first monograph, vol. I & II, part III, Embryology of the Turtle; with Thirty four Plates (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1857), Plate III.
11
Alexander Strauch, Chelonologische Studien, mit Besonderer Beziehungauf die Schildkro- tensammlung der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschafien zu St. Petersburg, Mémoires de l'Académie Impériale des Sciences de St.-Pétersbourg, Série 7, Tome 5, No 7 (1862), 108-117.
12
John Edward Gray, Supplement to the Cata- logue of Shield Reptiles in the Collection of the British Museum. Part I. Testudinata (Tortoises) with Figures of the Skulls of 36 Genera (London, 1870), 27.
13
Edward D. Cope, Check-list of the North American Batrachia and Reptilia; with a Systematic List of the Higher Groups, and an Essay on Geographical Distribution Based on the Specimens Contained in the U.S. National Museum (Washington, DC: Government Print-ing Office, 1875), 55.
14
John Van Denburgh, "The Reptiles of the Pacific Coast and Great Basin - An Account of the Species Known to Inhabit California, and Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Nevada," Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences 5 (1897): 29-30.
15
William J. Wallace, "Southern Valley Yokuts," in Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 8, California, William C. Sturtevant, ed., (Washington. DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1978), 449.
16
Frank Forrest Latta, Handbook of Yokuts Indians (Oildale, CA: Bear State Books, 1949), 149
Thomas Jefferson Mayfield, Indian Summer: Traditional Life Among the Choi-numne Indians of California's San Joa- quin Valley (Berkeley: Heyday Books and the California Historical Society, 1993).
17
Annie R. Mitchell, "Phantom Tulare Lake," Tulare County Historical Society Newsletter 1, no. 8 (1970): 169-170.
18
Judith F. Porcasi, "Part 2. Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered From CA-TUL- 1613, The Creighton Ranch Nature Preserve Site, Tulare County, California," in Contribu- tions to Tulare Lake Archaeology III: Archaeo- logical Investigations at CA-TUL-1613, The Creighton Ranch Site, Tulare County, Cali- fornia, The Tulare Lake Archaeological Research Group, Judith F. Porcasi, ed. (2000): 17, 44.
19
Joan S. Schneider and G. Dicken Everson, "The Desert Tortoise (Xerobates agassizii) in the Prehistory of the Southwestern Great Basin and Adjacent Areas," Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology no. 2 (1989): 189-192.
20
Charles A. Bohakel, The Indians of Contra Costa County: The Costanoan and Yokuts Indians (Amarillo, TX: P & H. Publishers, 1977), 25.
21
Mark G. Hylkema, "Tamien Station Archaeological Project," in The Ohlone Past and Present: Native Americans of the San Francisco Bay Region, Ballena Press Anthrolopological Papers No. 421994, Lowell John Bean (Menlo Park: Ballena Press, 1994), 263.
22
Schneider and Everson, "The Desert tortoise," 191.
23
A.L. Kroeber, Handbook of the Indians of California (New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1976), 547, 526.
24
Carl H. Ernst, Jeffrey E. Lovich, and Roger W. Barbour, Turtles, 49.
25
Ibid.
26
Archie Carr, Handbook of Turtles: The Turtles of the United States, Canada, and Baja California (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1952), 126.
27
H.M. Smith, "Notes of a reconnaissance of the Fisheries of the Pacific Coast of the United States in 1884," Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 14 (1895): 282.
Mark R. Jennings, "An Annotated Check List of the Amphibians and Reptiles of California and Adjacent Waters" (Third, revised edition), California fish and Game, vol. 90, no. 4 (2004): 193.
28
State Board of Fish Commis- sioners of the State of California, "Fifteenth Biennial Report of the State Board of Fish Commissioners of the State of California, for the years 1897-1898," (1900): 8.
Mark R. Jennings, "An Annotated Check List of the Amphibians and Reptiles of California and Adjacent Waters (Third, revised edition), California Fish and Game, vol. 90, no. 4 (2004): 193.
29
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1931-1933, 12 July 1933, "Tracy Irwin Storer Collection," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 1699.
30
A Valuable Turtle: He was advertised for soup every day," Los Angeles Times, (26 May 1896) 2.
31
State Board of Fish Commissioners of the State of California, "Thirteenth Biennial Report of the State Board of Fish Commis- sioners of the State of California, for the years 1893-1894" (Sacramento, CA: Califor- nia State Printing Office, 1894): 87-88.
32
Wallace W Elliot and Co., History of Kern County, California (San Francisco: Wallace W Elliot and Co., 1883)
History of Tulare County, California (San Francisco: Wallace W Elliot and Co., 1883), 176.
33
James Graham Cooper, "New California Animals," Proceedings of the California Academy of Natural Sciences vol. 2(1863), 121.
34
Titus Fey Cronise, The Natural Wealth of California (San Francisco: H.H. Bancroft & Co., 1868), 480-481.
35
Frederick W True, "Section I. Natural His- tory of Useful Aquatic Animals, with an Atlas of Two Hundred and Seventy-seven Plates," in The Fisheries and Fishery Industries of the United States, George Brown Goode (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1884), 157-158.
Frank Forrest Latta, Little Journeys in the San Joaquin (mounted extracts from the Livingston Chronicle, July 15, 1937 to January 20, 1938), 3.
36
Lockington, "Zoology," 781.
37
Tracy Irwin Storer, "Notes on the Range and Life-History of the Pacific Fresh-Water Turtle, Clemmys marmorata," University of California Publications in Zoology 32, no. 5 (1930): 439-440
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1920-1924, 16 March 1923, "Tracy Irwin Storer Collection," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 613.
38
Lockington, "Zoology,"781.
39
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1931-1933, 10 December 1931, "Tracy Irwin Storer Col- lection," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 1507-1510.
40
Wallace W. Elliot and Co., History of Kern County, California, 155
History of Tulare County, 176
Dan C. Holland, "Synopsis of the Ecology of the Western Pond Turtle, Clemmys marmorata," Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Re- search Center (Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989): 13.
41
Wallace W. Elliot and Co., History of Kern County, California, 176
History of Tulare County, California, 152.
42
Commissioners of Fisheries of the State of California, "Biennial Report of the Commis- sioners of Fisheries of the State of California, for 1885-1886, Sacramento, California" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1886): 8.
43
Thomas Hincklay Thompson, Official His- torical Map of Tulare County: Compiled, Drawn, and Published from Personal Exami- nations and Surveys (Limited Editions of Visalia, Inc., 1973), 10.
44
J.W. Collins, " Report of the Commissioner for 1888, Part XVI" United States Commis- sion of Fish and Fisheries, (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1892) 141
William A. Wilcox, "Report of the Commis- sioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1893, Part XIX" United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1895), 209.
45
State of California Fish and Game Commis- sion, "Twenty-Seventh Biennial Report for the Years 1920-1922" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1923)
State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Eighth Biennial Report for the Years 1922-1924" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1924): 104-105
State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Ninth Biennial Report for the Years 1924-1926" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1927): 118-119.
46
H.M. Smith,"Notes of a Reconnaissance," 286
William A. Wilcox, "Report of the Commissioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1896, Part XXII" United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1895) 650-652.
47
William A. Wilcox, "Report of the Commis- sioner for the Year Ending June 30, 1901, Part XXVII" United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1902), 554-555.
48
Department of Commerce and Labor, " The Commercial Fisheries of the Pacific Coast States in 1904" Bureau of Fisheries, (Washing- ton: Government Printing Office, 1907) 61-62.
49
State of California Fish and Game Commis- sion, "Twenty-Sixth Biennial Report for the Years 1918-1920" (Sacramento, CA: Califor- nia State Printing Office, 1921): 126-127.
50
Ibid.
51
State of California Fish and Game Commis- sion, "Twenty-Seventh Biennial Report for the Years 1920-1922" (1923)
State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Eighth Biennial Report for the Years 1922-1924" (1924): 104-105
State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Ninth Biennial Report for the Years 1924-1926" (1927): 118-119.
52
State of California Fish and Game Com- mission, "Thirty-First Biennial Report for the Years 1928-1930" (1931): 176-177
State of Cali- fornia Fish and Game Commission, "Thirty- Second Biennial Report for the Years 1930- 1932" (1932): 122-123
California Department of Fish and Game, California Fish and Game 17, no. 3 (1931)
California Department of Fish and Game, California Fish and Game 18, no. 2 (1931).
53
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1931-1933, 10 December 1931, "Tracy Irwin Storer Col- lection," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 1507-1510.
54
Oscar Lee Brauer, "'Turtles' of the West: Concerning a Tortoise that has Speed," Na- ture Magazine 14, no. 5 (1929): 303.
55
Charles F. Girard, United States Exploring Expedition During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. Under the Command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. Atlas. Herpetology (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1858), 470, Plate 32.
56
Edward Hallowell, "Report of Explorations in California," 26, Plate I.
57
Alexander Strauch, Chelonologische Studien, 108-117.
57
Alexander Strauch, Bemerkungen Uber die Schildkrotensammlung im Zoologischen Muse- um der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissen- schaften zu St. Petersburg, Memoires de VAcademie Imperiale des Sciences de St.- Petersbourg, Serie 7, Tome 38, No 2 (1890), 7273.
59
Titus Fey Cronise, 480-481.
60
Wallace W. Elliot and Co., History of Kern County, California, 155.
History of Tulare County, California, 176.
61
Frederick W True, "Section I. Natural His- tory of Useful Aquatic Animals," 157-158.
62
H.M. Smith, "Notes of a Reconnaissance," 281.
63
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1920-1924, 16 March 1923, "Tracy Irwin Storer Collec- tion," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 614.
64
Tracy Irwin Storer, Field Notes 1925-1927, 16 October 1925, "Tracy Irwin Storer Collec- tion," California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 835-836
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65
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