Birds. - Blackbird; bittern; bobolink; bluebird; bunting; bluejay; brant; crane, (sandhill, blue, etc.); chicken hawk; chip-ping-bird; cat-bird; crow; ducks, (wood, blue-wing teal, green-wing teal, widgeon, mallard); eagle; flnch; goose, (wild); ground-bird; grouse, (or prairie-hen); heorn; humming-bird; kingfisher; martin; meadow-lark; mocking-bird; mudhen; nighthawk; owl, (horned, barn, etc.); partridge; pigeon; quail; raven; red-bird; reed-bird; robin; sparrow; thrush; turkey-buzzard; warbler; whip-poor-will; wild-turkey; wren; woodcock; yellow-bird.

Quadrupeds. - Antelope; badger; bear, (black, brown, grisly and white); beaver; bison, (or buffalo); catamount; chipmunk; caribou; deer, (red); dog, (Esquimaux); elk; fox, (red, gray and black); field-mouse; goat; gopher; hare; horse; lynx; marmot, (or prairie-dog); mink; mole; moose; muskox; musk-rat; opossum; otter; panther, (or cougar); porcupine, (or hedge-hog); puma; rabbit, (gray and white); reindeer; raccoon; skunk; sheep; sea-lion; squirrel, (fox, flying, gray and red) ; weasel; wildcat; woodchuck; wolf, (black, gray and prairie).

Fruits. - Apple; beechnut; bilberries; blackberry; black currant; black-walnut; blueberry, (or whortleberry); butternut; cherry, (choke and black) : chestnut; cranberry; grape; hazelnut; hickorynut; lemon; mandrake; orange: plum; peanut; pecan-nut; persimmon: pignut; raspberry; thorn-apple; strawberry.

Minerals. - Antimony; coal; copper; diamonds; gold; iron; lead; mercury; salt; silver.

Reptiles. - Alligator; black snake; bloodsucker, (or leech); blue-racer snake; centipede; frog, (common, bull and horned); king snake; moccasin-snake; rattle-snake, (missisaugua); striped snake; tarantula; toad, (tree, common, horned, etc.); turtle, (mud and snapping); water-snake.

Trees. - Apple, (wild or crab); ash; bass-wood, (or whitewood); beech; birch; black-walnut; butternut; cedar, (red and white); cherry, (black, choke and red); chestnut; cottonwood; dogwood; elm; hazelwood; hickory, (shell bark and pignut); ironwood; larch; lemon; locust; logwood; mahogany; maple, (hard and soft); oak, (live, white, burr, black and red); orange; palmetto; pecan; persimmon; pine, (hard and soft); plane; plum; poplar; redwood; spruce; thornapple; willow, (common, basket and weeping).

Vegetables - Acorn; artichoke; cotton; gourd; maize, (or Indian corn); parsnip; potato; rice; sweet potato, (or yam).

Several Of The Highest Mountains In North America

Several Of The Highest Mountains In North America 399

Name of Mountain.

Where Located.

Feet High.

High.

Mt. St. Ellas.....

Alaska, Adjoining Brit. America.............

17,850

3 1/3

Vol. Popocatepetl................

Mexico, Southeast of La Pueblo.............

17,540

3 1/3

Vol. Orizaba.....

Mexico, Southeast of La Pueblo.............

17,374

3 1/4

Mt. Orizaba.....................

British America..........................

15,900

3

Mt. Brown......................

East boundary British Columbia.............

15,675

3

Mt. Fairweather..................

Southeast Alaska.........

14,900

2 3/4

Mt. Whitney.....

Central California........

14,887

2 3/4

Mt. Rainer......

Cascade Range, Washington Ter.............

14,444

2 3/4

Mt. Shasta.......

California, Southeast of Yreka ..............

14,442

2 3/4

Mt. Tyndall........

California. Tulare County....

14,386

2 3/4

Long's Peak.....

Colorado, East of Middle Park ...............

14,271

2 2/3

Pike's Peak......

Colorado, near Denver.....................

14,216

2 2/3

Mt. Tyndall......................

Colifornia, Tulare Country..................

14,000

2 2/3

Fremont's Peak...................

Western Wyoming Ter.....................

13,570

2 1/2

Mt. St. Helens....................

S. E. Washington Ter......................

13,400

2 1/2

Mt. Dana........................

E. California, Mono Co....................

13,227

2 1/8

Mt. Lyell........................

E. California, Mono Co....................

13,217

2 1/8

Mt. Hood.......................

Northern Oregon........................

11,225

2 1/8

Mt. Baker.......

N.W. Washington Ter...................

11,000

2

Mt. Linn........................

California Coast Range...................

10,000

1 3/4

Mt. Adams......................

S.W. Washington Ter....................

9,570

1 3/4

Mt. St. Bernardino...............

Southern California.....................

8,370

1 1/2

Laramie Peak....................

S. E. Wyoming Ter........

8,000

1 1/2

Name of Mountain.

Where Located.

Feet High.

Miles High.

Blue Mountains..................

Jamaica, British West Indies................

7,500

1 1/3

Sierra del Cobre.................

Cuba, Spanish West Indies.................

7,200

1 1/3

Mitchell's Peak..................

N. Carolina, W. N. W. of Raleigh............

6,707

1 1/4

Oraefa Jokull....................

Southern Iceland.........................

6,409

1 1/4

Mt. Bailey......................

California..............................

6,357

1 1/4

Mt. Washington...

Northeastern New Hampshire..............

6,285

1 1/4

Vol. Hecla......................

Southwestern Iceland.....................

5,700

1

Vol. Souffriere...................

Guadaloupe, French West Indies

5,550

1

Mt. Marcy.......................

N. E. N. Y., Adirondack Mts.................

5,402

1

Mt. Katahdln.....................

80 miles N. W. of Bangor, Me..............

5,300

1

Mt. Hamilton.....

22 miles N. W. of Jose, Cal.................

4,450

3/4

Mt. Mansfield.....

20 miles N. W. of Montpelier, Vt............

4,430

3/4

Peaks of Otter...................

20 miles N. W. of Lynchburg, Va.

4,260

3/4

Camel's Hump..................

Green Mountains, Vermont.................

4,188

3/4

Saddle Back Mt.................

Near Rangeley, N. W. Maine................

4,000

3/4

Mt. Diablo.....................

30 miles E. of San Francisco, Cal.

3,876

2/3

Mt. Round Top.....................

Eastern New York, Greene Co..............

3,804

2/3

Allegrhany Mts..................

St. Lawrence River, S. W. to Georgia.........

2,500

1/2

Mt. Watchusett....

Near Fitchburg. Massachusetts..

2,020

1/3

Highlands......................

Hudson River, E. New York................

1,600

1/4

Pilot Enob.......................

87 miles S. W. of St. Louis, Mo

1,500

1/4

Mt. Tom........................

S. W. Massachusetts, Hampden Co

1,200

1/4