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The mountain that was "God"; being a little book about the great peak which the Indians called "Tacoma", but which is officially named "Rainier"

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SOUTHERN BRANCn,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
LIBRARY,
l-OS ANGELES. CALIF.St. Rliiio Pass, between WInthrop Glacier and Interglacier. View from North side.
"THE MOUNTAIN THAT WAS 'GOD'"
Illustrated with maps and 140 views of Mt. Rainier (Tacoma),
including eight three-color half-tones.
In stout boards, with colored half-tone view of the Mountain and
- -North Mowich Glacier in a storm, on front cover - $I.0() net
By mail, 12 cents extra
In heavy paper co\ ers, with poster design of the Mountain in colors
and gilt, embossed $0.50 net
By mail, 7 cents extra
Published by
- - W.^SHINGTON.JOHN H. VVILLI.A.MS. T.A.COM.\,
from Camp Curtis, on the Wedge, with White Glacier below.Sunrise abo% e the clouds, seenHE MOUNTAIN THAT WAS
''GOD" ^ BEING A LITTLH BOOKT
ABOUT THE GREAT PEAK WHICH THE
INDIANS CALLED "TACOMA"BUTWHICH
IS OFFICIALLY .<NAMED "RAINIER" .<
BY
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
rarest miracle of mountain heights.O,
Thou hast the sky for thy imperial dome,
dwell'st amon^ the stars all days and nights,And
In the far heavens familiarly at home.
—William Hillis Wynn: "Mt. Tacoma; an Apotheosis.
TACOM.V
Published by the Author
1910
G0945nith Eagle It has been proposed to change the nameNarada Falls, 175 feet, Peak.
F. W. Cushman's work into Cushnian Falls, in recognition of the late
for the Government Road, which passes near the falls.Congress
Copyright, 1910 by John H. Williams

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