Journal I : Expedition to Glacier Bay, Alaska, Summer 1890

August 1st

Today was pretty clear. Mr. Cushing, Morse, McBride and I sailed over to W side, and following our former south ent[rance] on the ice to put up flags. We found the first three flags, so that we could eadily determine very closely their former positions; we replaced them by making a note of whatever change we made. The other flags we could not find, but put up two new ones. York left us our employ at noon and is now employed by Prof. Muir.

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