Maclure Glacier is a physical feature (glacier) in Tuolumne County.
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|Feature Name:||Maclure Glacier|
|Category:||California physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||In Yosemite National Park, on the southeast end of the Cathedral Range, bound on the north by Maclure Lake and on the south by Mount Maclure. (US-T121)|
|History:||Named in honor of William Maclure, (1763-1840), a pioneer in American geology who visited the United States in 1779 and again in 1796, and planned a geological survey of the United States in 1825. (US-t121)|
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