Carl Purpus, Plant Collector in Western America Geographical Index of Carl Purpus -- K

By Arnold (Jerry) Tiehm

With additional editing by Barbara Ertter and Tom Schweich

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  • A combined geographical index for Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg, Carl Purpus, and Tom Schweich is available at Combined Geographical Index -- K.
  • Locations are generally listed in the way that Purpus spelled them, with a reference to a current name or spelling for that location.
  • All locations are in the United States, unless another country is explicitly listed in the entry.
  • Locations in the United States may be compared with the United States Geological Service: Geographical Names Information System by clicking on Query: G. N. I. S.


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Query: G.N.I.S.

See also: Cane Springs Mountains.  

Kane Springs, Utah.
   
 
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Kaweah Meadows, California.
1896, 1897.    
 
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Kaweah Peak, California.
1895, 1896.  
Letters that refer to this location:
  • Carl A. Purpus to Katharine Brandegee: 3/12/1896
 
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Kaweah River, California.
   
 
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See also: Owens Valley.

Keeler, Inyo County, California.
On the east side of Owens Lake in Owens Valley in T16S, R38E, S4 and at 36 29'N, 117 52'W. 1898.
Articles that refer to this location:
  • Report By C. A. Purpus On His Expedition To The Desert Areas Of Southern and Western Nevada, Northern Arizona, And Western Utah: 0040
  • A Cactus-Collecting Trip to the Deserts of Southern Nevada, Northwestern Arizona, and Southwestern Utah: 0070
  • C. A. Purpus: His Collecting Trips in the Sierra Nevada and Owens Valley, California, 1896 - 1898: 0330
  • On the Trail, with Purpus, in California: 0442

Letters that refer to this location:
  • Carl A. Purpus to Katherine Brandegee: 5/9/1898
 
Query: G.N.I.S.  
Kendrick Peak, Arizona.
1900, 1902.    
 
Query: G.N.I.S.

See also: Kern River Lakes.  

Kern Lake, California.
   
 
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See also: Erskine Creek. Isabella. Hot Spring Valley. Kern River Valley. Little Kern River.

Kern River, Kern County, California.
A large river beginning in the Sierra Nevada, draining south and west and eventually going through the town of Bakersfield. 1896. 1897. 1898.

[Which part did Purpus follow?]
Articles that refer to this location:

  • Report of My Journey in the Southern Sierra Nevada and the Argus and Madurango Ranges: 0060
 
 
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See also: Kern Lake.

Kern River Lakes, Tulare County, California.
Now called Kern Lake and Little Kern Lake along the Kern River south of the Kern Canyon Ranger Station in T18-19S R33E and at 36 18-19'N, 118 25'W. Created by an earthquake in 1868. 1896.
Articles that refer to this location:
  • Report on my collecting trip this year [1896] through the southeastern Sierra Nevada of California: 0100
 
 
Query: G.N.I.S.

See also: Kern River.

Kern River Valley, Kern County, California.

Articles that refer to this location:
  • Report of My Journey in the Southern Sierra Nevada and the Argus and Madurango Ranges: 0040
 
 
Query: G.N.I.S.  
Kernville, Kern County, California.
1897, 1898.

Types described from this location:

   
 
Query: G.N.I.S.
Kingman, Arizona.
 
Letters that refer to this location:
  • Carl A. Purpus to Katherine Brandegee: 7/4/1898
 


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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/7/2002 7:34:02 PM