National Geographic : 1910 Jan
. much smaller than the SHubbard. These two gla o ciers, ending in the bay in . lofty ice cliffs, from which S icebergs are constantly o being discharged, had not E suffered any notable Change, but between them are two glaciers, to which no name had as yet been • given, one of which, now rL called the Haenke gla . cier, had been subjected Sto changes similar to that b of the Variegated glacier, w while the other was un z changed. From a nearly o stagnant, moraine-covered Condition the .Haenke gla S cier had become crevassed to an impassable condition, o+ and its end had moved of forward for about a mile. - S In September, 1905, its Visible terminus was on an . alluvial fan a quarter of a k cl mile or more from the o sea, but in June, 1906, the 0 front was in the sea dis . charging icebergs and its S sea cliff was united with That of Turner glacier. S Still proceeding west ward, beyond Turner gla cier came the Black gla cier, which was unaltered; S Galiano glacier, already 8 mentioned, and then Atre 0 vida glacier. In 1905 we were able to ascend the N moraine-covered margin S of the Atrevida with eace, U and we wandered over its o ablation moraine at will, While as late as Septem . ber, 1905, the junior au thor made a trip com z pletely across the glacier, SE6 as'Russell had done on his Sway to Mount Saint Elias in 189o.* S *NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC b MAGAZINE, vol. iii, 1891, p. 92.