Literature

General Information Regarding Crater lake National Park, Season of 1917

 Literature.

Government Publications.

Government publications on Crater Lake National Park may be obtained as indicated below. Separate communications should be addressed to the officers mentioned. The sale publications may be purchased by personal application to the supervisor of the park, but that officer can not fill mail orders.

DISTRIBUTED FREE BY THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.

The following publications may be obtained free by written request addressed to the Secretary of the Interior, or by personal application to the office of the supervisor of the park:

General information regarding Crater Lake National Park.

This circular is issued each season and contains data regarding hotels, camps, and principal points of interest, list of books and magazine articles, a sketch map, and the rules and regulations.

Glimpses of our National Parks. 48 pages.

Contains descriptions of the most important features of the principal national parks and the Grand Canyon of the Colorado.


SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS.

The following publications may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., at the price given. Remittances should be by money order or in cash:

Geological History of Crater Lake, by J. S. Diller, 32 pages, including 28 illustrations. Price, 10 cents.1

Contains an account of the formation of crater Lake.

Forests of Crater Lake National Park, by J. F. Pernot. 1916. 40 pages, including 26 illustrations. Price, 20 cents.1

Contains descriptions of the forest cover and of the principal species.