OTHER SPECIAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES

ARRANGEMENTS NOT SEPARATELY PRESENTED IN THE 32 PARTS OF THE MAIN BIBLIOGRAPHY

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A separate list of special BIOLOGICALLY FOCUSED bibliographies will be found under the "Special Biological Bibliographies" tab at the top of the web page.

These topical bibliographies are extracted from among the citations in THE GRAND CANON Volume 1 (4th Edition, 2022).  They will be occasionally updated on this website and will include citations that have been added to the overall 5th Edition that is being compiled (but with no projected date of completion).

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THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES ARE AVAILABLE

see farther below for bibliographies that are in preparation


Bibliography of Native Americans Traditionally Associated with the Grand Canyon

Havasupai Tribe

Hopi Tribe

Hualapai Tribe

Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians, and Regional Paiute Bands

Navajo Nation

Pueblo of Zuni

Yavapai–Apache Nation

Unaffiliated Tribes

Native Americans Generally

This bibliography, based principally on Part 17 of THE GRAND CANON, includes pertinent citations from other parts of the bibliography.  It is arranged by tribal group, as shown above.


Bibliography of Administrative and Management Issues in Federally Administered Lands of the Grand Canyon and Vicinity

I.  Grand Canyon National Park (with Glen Canyon National Recreation Area—Lees Ferry, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Pipe Spring National Monument, Grand Canyon–Parashant National Monument, Gold Butte National Monument)

II.  Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park

III.   Lake Mead National Recreation Area

IV.   Kaibab National Forest (North Kaibab and Tusayan Ranger Districts)

V.   Issues Relating to Boundaries of Federal, State, and Native American Lands

This bibliography, based on Part 13 of THE GRAND CANON, arranges citations by federal administrative unit.  The Lake Mead section complements the separately available "Hoover Dam Bibliography" (below).


Mapping Grand Canyon: A Chronological Cartobibliography

Mapping Grand Canyon is divided into four major sections. Each concentrates on one of the principal names by which Grand Canyon was called during the past three centuries, which have appeared on maps though of course not necessarily with any degree of formality or consistency: Puerto de Bucareli (1777–1872), Big Canyon (1853–1888), Great Canyon (1853–1879), and Grand Canyon (1868–present).


The Hoover Dam Bibliography : with appendices: Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge; Selected Maps; General Guide to Documentation for Hoover Dam and Boulder City in Historic-Places Registers; General Guide to Commercially Produced 3-D Transparency Products

Although THE HOOVER DAM BIBLIOGRAPHY omits most material pertaining to Lake Mead, see also the separate bibliography of administrative and management issues (above), which includes a section for Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

 


THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES ARE IN PREPARATION


[working title]   The Grand Canyon!   A Worldwide,Year-By-Year, Quotable and Annotated Bibliography of Personal Encounters With the World's Greatest Draw

Introduction: On Foot, In Saddle, and With Motor, Oar, and Paddle

Part I.  Primary Explorations

Part II.  To, Into, and Expressing the Canyon

Part III.  Down (and Up) the Colorado