Charles D. Walcott - Field notes, Arizona, 1879, 1930
About the Project
Charles D. Walcott (1850-1927) records his observations of the Grand Canyon's northern side in 1879 while employed by the U.S. Geological Survey. Listed by date, his entries contain detailed descriptions of geographic sections, stone types, color, texture, and fossils found. This field book also includes notes made in Arizona after Walcott's death by Charles Elmer Resser, Alexander Stoyanow, and Edwin D. McKee in 1930. Notes from 1930 describe sites in Arizona at Music Mountain near Peach Springs, Del Rio, Algae in Naukoweap, Kaibab Trail, and Naukoweap Creek.