"Named by Theodore S. Solomons and Ernest C.
Bonner in July 1895. '... a massive rock which rears its head at the angle
formed by the canyon and gorge. This rock, which we have called Emerald
Point, is of a bright green color. ...' (Solomons in Appalachia 8,
no. 1, 1896: 46.)"
Emerald Peak (12,546 ft.)
Named by T.S. Solomons in 1895
- Peter Browning, Place Names of the Sierra Nevada
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