Biographical and Autobiographical Content

on Stephen C. Jett*


Gade, Daniel W.

  • 2003-4 Diffusion as a Theme in Cultural-Historical Geography. Pre-Columbiana: A Journal of Long-Distance Contacts 3(1-3): 19-39. Abingdon, VA: Early Sites Research Society.

Hyde, Philip (photographer), and Stephen C. Jett (writer)

  • 1967 Philip Hyde [photographer] and _________ [writer]. Navajo Wildlands:as long as the rivers shall run’, ed. Kenneth Brower. Exhibit Format Series 14, ed. David R. Brower, 160 pp. + 19.5” x 35” map (includes 75 photographs plus selections from other authors). San Francisco: Sierra Club. [See also, 1969.]
  • 1969 Navajo Wildlands: ‘as long as the rivers shall run’ [very slightly revised, soft-bound edition of 1967, without map]. New York: Sierra Club-Ballantine Books.

Jett, Stephen C.

  • 1965 Open Season on Arches. Desert 28(5): 22-23. Palm Desert, CA: Desert Magazine.
  • 1967a Obscure Arch in Navajoland. Western Gateways 7(3): 28-29. Flagstaff: K. C. Publications.
  • 1976 Pleasures Afield on the Colorado Plateau. Places 7(2): 8-10. Indiana, PA; Donald J. Ballas.
  • 1994 Documenting and Naming Jett Arch. Span: The Newsletter of The Natural Arch and Bridge Society 6(1): 4-5. Ridgecrest, CA: The Natural Arch and Bridge Society.
  • 2000 Confessions of a Cultural Diffusionist. Yearbook, Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers 26, pp. 171-78. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 2006a NABS at Big South Fork: A Journal. Span: Newsletter of the Natural Arch and Bridge Society 18(1): 3-6, 13-15. Glade Park, CO: The Natural Arch and Bridge Society.
  • 2006b Tadrart! Span: Newsletter of the Natural Arch and Bridge Society 18(3): 1-14. Glade park, CO: The Natural Arch and Bridge Society. [condensed by David Brandt-Erichsen; includes 18 photographs by others; see 2006c]
  • 2006c Journal of 2006 NABS Journey to Algeria, 48 pp. [Tucson]: In “The Natural Arches of Tassili National Park, Tassili N’Ajjer, Algeria,” Guilain Debossens, on The Natural Arch and Bridge Society [Website] http://www.naturalarches.org/tassili/journal.htm. [includes 59 photographs by others; 2006b is a condensed excerpt.]
  • 2011a NABS China Rally: World’s Longest Arch Confirmed. Span: Newsletter of the Natural Arch and Bridge Society 23(1): 8-14. El Centro, CA: The Natural Arch and Bridge Society. [See 2011b.]
  • 2011b China Diary: The October 2010 Natural Arch and Bridge Society Expedition in Search of the World’s Largest Natural Bridges and Arches, 83 pp., incl. 5-pp. Appendix 1 by Gunter Welz. The Natural Arch and Bridge Society; http:// www.naturalarches.org/china/journal.html. [includes 73 photographs by others; 2011a is an excerpt.]
  • 2012 Tadrart! Span: Newsletter of the Natural Arch and Bridge Society 18(3): 1, 3-16. El Centro, CA: The Natural Arch and Bridge Society. [includes 19 photographs by others; in-color reorganization, expansion, and reprinting of 2006]
  • 2014 Last Trip down the Escalante and Glen Canyon. In Ken Sleight’s Allies & Accomplices, ed. Greg Henning, Celia Alario, and Martha Ham, pp. 22-34. St. George, UT: Martha Ham.
  • 2017 Ancient Ocean Crossings: Reconsidering the Case for Contacts with the Pre-Columbian Americas. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, xx + 459 + index. [see Preface]

Jones, Stan

  • 1998 Searching for the “Maybe” Arch. In Stan Jones’ Ramblings by Boat and Boot in Lake Powell Country, pp. 222-25. Page, AZ: Sun Country Publications.

MacIsaac, Tara

  • 2016 Evidence Accumulates for Ancient Transoceanic Voyages, Says Geographer: An Expert’s Journey across Controversial Gap in History of the New World. Epoch Times June 8; http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/2083981-evidence-accumulates-for-ancient-transoceanic-voyages-says-geographer.

Pearson, Byron E.

  • 2000 “We Have Almost Forgotten How to Hope”: The Hualapai, the Navajo, and the Fight for the Central Arizona Project, 1944-1968. The Western Historical Quarterly 31(3): 297-316.
  • 2002 Still the Wild River Runs: Congress, the Sierra Club, and the Fight to Save Grand Canyon. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press.

 

*Not including routine descriptions of fieldwork in Jett publications.