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81

Alaska.

  Fiords of the far west shore, where peaks sublime
    Are cloudward thrust 'neath folds of glistening snow
    With hoar and frigid streams that tideward flow,
Sculpturing their cliffs and crags which mount and climb
Full in the sight of Heaven -- grim heirs of Time,
      Stern children of Eternity,that grow
      Austere and terrible 'mid storms that blow
  Their lusty trumpets in the tempest's prime.


  What joy is this to float upon thy tide,
  So blue, so beautiful -- to gently glid
      'Mid islets forested, past shores that stand,
      Dark Portals opening to enchantment's land,
  Where all is but a dream, soon, soon to be
  Lost in the purple mist of memory.

Charles A.Keeler.

                    

Reciept for a Trip to Alaska,
Page 65
Mary Harriman


Song of the Glacier,
Page 66
W.M.H. Dall (June 28)

Song of the Smoker,
Page 67
(June 30)

Dr. Fernow's Ode to the Woodpecker,
Page 68
W.M.H. Dall (July 1)

Smoking Room Ode
on Behring Sea
,
Page 69
Sung, John Burroughs (July 13)


To the Golden Crowned
Sparrow in Alaska
,
Page 70
John Burroughs (July 4)


To the Lapland Longspur,
Page 71
John Burroughs (July 18)


Song of the Junnit [1/2]
Page 72
W.M.H. Dall (July 12)


Song of the Junnit [2/2]
Page 73
W.M.H. Dall (July 12)

How the Octopus was Caught,
Page 74
W.M.H. Dall (July 5)


Moods of Alaskan Weather [1/1]
Pages 75
W.M.H. Dall


Moods of Alaskan Weather [2/2]
Pages 75
W.M.H. Dall


Ursus Dalli [1/2]
Pages 77
W.B. Devereux (July 29)


Ursus Dalli [2/2]
Pages 78
W.B. Devereux (July 29)


The Song of the Innuit [1/2]
Pages 79
Capt. Doran (July 29)

The Song of the Innuit [2/2]
Pages 80
Capt. Doran (July 29)

Alaska
Page 81
Charles A. Keeler

The Taking of the Totems
Page 82
(July 27)

Westward Ho
Page 83
John Burroughs (July 2)

First Lessons of Natural History
Page 84
Dr. Dall (July 5)

To the Captain [1/2]
Pages 87


To the Captain [2/2]
Pages 88