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In the shadow of the San Francisco peaks frontier adventures by Lou Bader

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Published by Light Technology Pub. in Sedona, AZ .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Bader, Lou.,
  • Flagstaff Region (Ariz.),
  • San Francisco Peaks Region (Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Flagstaff Region.,
  • San Francisco Peaks Region.

Subjects:

  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Arizona -- Flagstaff Region.,
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Arizona -- San Francisco Peaks Region.,
  • Bader, Lou.,
  • Flagstaff Region (Ariz.) -- Biography.,
  • Flagstaff Region (Ariz.) -- Social life and customs.,
  • San Francisco Peaks Region (Ariz.) -- Social life and customs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Lou Bader ; edited by Joseph S. Karol.
ContributionsKarol, Joseph S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF819.F57 B33 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination152 p. :
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1190799M
ISBN 100929385527
LC Control Number94181611
OCLC/WorldCa18548393

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Get this from a library! In the shadow of the San Francisco peaks: frontier adventures. [Lou Bader; Joseph S Karol]. The Sacred Peaks The San Francisco Peaks are revered and held sacred by no fewer than thirteen Native American tribes including the Hopi, Navajo, Hualapai, Havasupai, Yavapai, Zuni, Southern Paiute, Acoma, and five Apache tribes. The Hopi, who call the peaks Nuva’tuk-iya-ovi or “Place of the High Snows”, are the abode of the Kachina People—.   Also we spotlight the new book titled 'The Natural History of the San Francisco Peaks' and converse with the wonderful author, Ecologist Gwendolyn Waring. Gwendolyn discusses the formation of the peaks, shares much information about the fascinating tree and bird species that found their way to the slopes, and so much more. Our airbnb faces the San Francisco peaks so we are enjoying this view on a daily basis but the drive to the top - snowbowl, was incredible! The tall aspen and pine trees are just breathtaking! Of course there is still plenty to snow so use caution on the drive/ TripAdvisor reviews.

The San Francisco Peaks (Spanish: Sierra de San Francisco, Navajo: Dookʼoʼoosłííd) are a volcanic mountain range in San Francisco volcanic field in north central Arizona, just north of Flagstaff and a remnant of the former San Francisco highest summit in the range, Humphreys Peak, is the highest point in the state of Arizona at 12, feet (3, m) in elevation.   The San Francisco Peaks, often referred to as a mountain range, are actually the exploded remains of a large Stratovolcano that once towered over the Colorado Plateau. At its zenith, this volcano is estimated to have risen to nea feet in elevation. , years ago, the San Francisco Volcano erupted, blowing the top off the mountain.   The San Francisco Peaks are a near million year old stratovolcano that formed from a long series of eruptions and landslides. It used to be a single, much taller peak at .   Lost San Francisco. Ap - The Shadows Restaurant - Montgomery and Filbert - A German-Swiss influenced fine dining restaurant on Telegraph Hill. Open since at least the early s, the eatery had a sweeping view of the bay. Unfortunately, it closed a few years ago. The previous post showed the interior of this legendary eatery.

The areas covered in are: Cochise Stronghold, The Overlook, Granite Mountain, Pinnacle Peak, Jacks Canyon, Queen Creek, McDowell Mountains, Sedona, Mount Lemmon, and Thumb Butte. The book was published in and is pages. Besides still being in print it is available for the Kindle. San Francisco Peaks Geology By Bill Wade – a geologist and a year member of Flagstaff’s USFS/NPS Interpretive Partnership. Introduction: The San Francisco Peaks are the eroded remains of a single, once-much-higher, stratovolcano called San Francisco Mountain (‘SFM’). I will write the natural history of the San Francisco Peaks, a sky island in northern Arizona. This will be the first telling of its story. | Check out 'The Natural History of the San Francisco Peaks--The Book' on Indiegogo. He captures the emotional storms of a boy, and then a man, who seeks meaning in a place, or a place with meaning. Dieterle’s journey leads from the plateau of eastern Washington through the landscapes of seven states, ending in the shadow of the San Francisco peaks in northern Arizona.