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Yosemite Valley.


Yosemite Valley.

Radanovich, Leroy.

Arcadia Publishing


128 pages



Images of America


Black and white archival photographs chronicle the development of Yosemite Valley over a 100-year span, from the arrival of the first white settlers in the 1850s until World War II. Captions accompanying the photographs provide an overview of the human and natural history of John Muir's "Incomparable Valley." Radanovich is a Mariposa and Yosemite area writer, interpreter, and photographer. The volume is not indexed.

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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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