Toiyabe National Forest, A Historical Compilation


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 06 March 2018

History of the Toiyabe National Forest, A Compilation

A Must Read!

At least the first few pages. Here we find one of the best summations of the early history of Western trappers, explorers, settlers, and government surveyors exploring and probing the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

This informative early history of the Sierra Nevada gives all hikers an excellent general historical context.

The following Toiyabe National Forest history Compilation is an interesting and very informative document that is as obscure as informative.

History of the Toiyabe National Forest, A Compliation, pdf  

 

Check out the Introduction to, and review the entries within this High Sierra History Forum for more information covering the historical context of Western Settlement of the High Sierra, as well as specific historical accounts of the evolution of the Forests, Parks, and Places.

Other historical topics of interest?

Early Settlement

Sonora Pass Road

Summit City

 

High Sierra History & the Human Past

 

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