Chapter 11 – Chapter 20

Citation, Photographic, and Graphic Credits

 Chapter 11

Hole-in-the-Rock Road. Retrieved from http://www.dangerousroads.org/north-america/usa/3390-hole-in-the-rock-road.html

Hole-in-the-Rock passage to Lake Powell (photo by Dan Bammes). Retrieved from http://kuer.org/post/traveling-grand-staircase-hole-rock-road

Cut steps in Hole-in-the-Rock passage to Lake Powell. Retrieved from http://octopup.org/sw2001/727

Dance Hall Rock. Retrieved from http://www.suhuntandfish.com/2012/03/outdoor-places-escalante-utah.html

Comb Wash. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comb_Wash

San Juan Expedition Map. Retrieved from http://www.nps.gov/glca/historyculture/holeintherock.htm

First wagon down, painting by Lynn Griffin. By unanimous consent the honor of taking the first wagon down the large cavity was given to Ben Perkins. Being a blaster and not a teamster he asked Kumen Jones to drive the wagon. Two blind horses were selected that would not hesitate going down the steep grade. Retrieved from http://mormonhistoricsites.org/hole-in-the-rock-expedition/

Lowering down the wagon, painting by Lynn Griffin. Retrieved from http://www.kcsg.com/view/full_story/13487138/article-Escalante-Heritage-Hole-in-the-Rock-Center-and-Museum-Dedicated?instance=more_local_news1

Sign to Devil’s Garden. Retrieved from http://www.willhiteweb.com/utah_sights/devils_garden/picnic_area_282.htm

Devil’s Garden photos. Retrieved from http://www.willhiteweb.com/utah_sights/devils_garden/picnic_area_282.htm

Metate Arch, Devil’s Garden. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Staircase-Escalante_National_Monument

Jim Finch training “Diggs” near Driggs, Idaho. Paws Down, P.O. Box 178, Ririe, ID, 83443. Photo by Stephen Barnes.

“Pheasant Hunting,” poem by Stephen Barnes (2015).

 “Royal” Side-by-Side Shotgun with traditional royal scroll engraving and brush bright finish. Retrieved from http://hollandandholland.com/all-guns/holland-holland-royal-sidelock-shotgun-hshg952/

 Chapter 12

Blood atonement quote, Richard Cummings (1982), Quintessential Mormonism: Literal-Mindedness As a Way of Life, p. 93.

Plural marriage quote, R.M. Barrus (2007), “Politics: political history,” Encyclopedia of Mormonism. Retrieved from http://eom.byu.edu/index.php/Politics#Political_History

Hole-in-the-Rock Road map. Retrieved from http://www.utahcanyons.com/images/holeintherockmap.jpg

Chapter 13

Old Coleman Camp Stove. Retrieved from http://tgmarsh.faculty.noctrl.edu/coleusstovemid30ear50.html

1953 vintage Coleman Gas Lantern. Retrieved from https://www.pinterest.com/bcdurangoboy/coleman-the-sunshine-of-the-night/

New York Life building in Chicago, designed by William LeBaron Jenny and completed in 1894. Retrieved from http://www.arte.rai.it/gallery-refresh/i-grattacieli-pi%C3%B9-belli-del-mondo/866/2/default.aspx#header

“To Death, A Wish,” poem by Stephen Barnes (2015).

Chapter 14

Excerpt from President Clinton’s GSENM dedication speech, Federal Register, September 24, 1996

Outline of three distinct Monument regions.Retrieved from http://cpluhna.nau.edu/Places/gsenm1.htm

Schematic of Grand Staircase. Retrieved from http://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC2E52R_50-mile-mountain-the-grand-staircase

Buckskin Gulch, Paria River. Retrieved from www.thehikeguy.com/2010/05/30/7-tips-for-hiking-buckskin-gulch/

Descriptive quote on Kaiparowits Plateau. Retrieved from http://www.utah.com/nationalsites/grand_staircase.htm

FiftyMile Point (Mountain). Retrieved from http://www.americansouthwest.net/slot_canyons/llewellyn_gulch/50milepoint_l.html

Boulder Creek. Retrieved from http://www.acrossutah.com/wordpress/?p=444

Shooting Star wildflower. Retrieved from http://www.wildflowers.brandonkowallis.com/

Scarlet gilia wildflower. Retrieved from http://www.wildflowers.brandonkowallis.com/?s=scarlet+gilia+

Beard tongue wildflower (Firecracker penstemon). Retrieved from https://desertflower.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/pict0005.jpg

Coyote Gulch from above. Retrieved from http://www.sangres.com/utah/national-parks/grandstaircase-escalante-nm/index.htm#.VhLhCqLvUw8

Coyote Gulch entrance. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coyote_Gulch

Neon Canyon. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#mediaviewer/File:Neon_Canyon,_Grand_Staircase-Escalante.jpg

Golden Cathedral, Neon Canyon. Retrieved from http://www.willieholdman.com/images/large/100070002906.jpg

Coyote Gulch shots. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#mediaviewer/File:CoyoteGulch.jpg

Steven’s Arch Near Mouth of Coyote Gulch. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#mediaviewer/File:StevensArchUT.jpg

Coyote Natural Bridge. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coyote_Gulch#mediaviewer/File:Coyote_Natural_Bridge,_UT.jpg

Stream flowing thru Coyote Gulch. Retrieved from http://www.desktodirtbag.com/backpacking-coyote-gulch-grand-staircase-escalante/

Canyon walls and stream-bed in Coyote Gulch. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#/media/File:CoyoteGulch.jpg

Dry Fork Narrows. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#mediaviewer/File:DryForkNarrows.jpg

Chapter 15

Beaujangles (aka Frannie). Photo by Barbara Barnes.

Spooky Gulch 2. Retrieved from http://www.americansouthwest.net/slot_canyons/spooky_gulch/spooky2_l.html

40-Mile Bench. Retrieved from http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g56980-d3239795-r145679748-Hole_In_The_Rock_Road-Escalante_Utah.html#photos

Close up of biological soil crust. Retrieved from http://www.soilcrust.org/gallery/image1.jpg

Juniper growing in very shallow soil, held together by biological soil crust. Retrieved from http://www.soilcrust.org/figure14.htm

Cheat grass (Bromus tectorum). Retrieved from http://wnmu.edu/academic/nspages/gilaflora/bromus_tectorum.html

It’s alive!. Retrieved from http://www.sonorannews.com/archives/2011/110223/communitynews-DAC.html

Chapter 16

Dinner prayer by Stephen Barnes

Chapter 17

Dance Hall Rock road sign. Retrieved from http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g56980-d3239795-r145679748-Hole_In_The_Rock_Road-Escalante_Utah.html#photos

Dance Hall Rock with people. Retrieved from http://www.mendosa.com/fitnessblog/?p=5465

“Observed,” poem by Stephen Barnes (2015).

Chapter 19

Sooner Rocks. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyons_of_the_Escalante#mediaviewer/File:SoonerRocksUT.jpg

Dutch Oven. Retrieved from http://mccallchamber.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/dutch-oven.jpg

Chapter 20

The Balvenie Scotch. Retrieved from http://www.proof66.com/whiskey/balvenie-16yr-triple-cask-single-malt-scotch.html

“Single Malt,” poem by Stephen Barnes (2015).