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(Panorama with photograph 175, jwh00175) Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. It is well stocked with most excellent trout. At this point are four remarkable passes through the range, Tyghee and Red Rock, on the east and west; Raynolds, or the Madison, on the north; and Henrys Lake, on the south. Elevation of lake, 6,492 feet; Tyghee Pass, 7,063 feet; Red Rock Pass, 7,271 feet; Raynolds, 7,911 feet. The view is taken from the north, looking south, over Sawtell's ranch. Fremont County, Idaho. 1872. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer,...
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Album caption and index card: Rock pinnacles (or forms) near Green River Station. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1869. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1869 Series, page 6, No. 14: Rock forms, near Green River Station.
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Album caption: The Three Tetons, from prominent standpoint, looking across the left-hand canyon of the West Teton River and over the broad snow-covered plateau, extending up to the foot of the Tetons. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Index card: Grand Teton National Park. Teton County, Wyoming. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1872 Series, page 41, Nos. 407, 408: A panoramic view in the Teton Range, from a point about seven miles west of them, including an angle of about 90 degrees. Elevation of stand-point, about 10,000 feet, and of the highest Teton, 13,858 feet.
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Album caption and index card: Long's Peak from lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park. Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado. 1873. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1873 Series, page 62, nos. 4, 5: LONG'S PEAK, from lower end of Estes Park.
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Album caption: A Montana ranch, comfortable if not elegant, and the home of many well to do persons engaged in mining or stock raising. Montana. 1872. Additional information written on back of duplicate photograph: Old neg. no. 499, 11x14, 1872. No index card. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1872 Series, page 46, No. 499: A Montana ranch, comfortable if not elegant, and the home of many well-to-do persons engaged in mining or stock-raising. Correlation List of New and Old Numbers of the Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories for...
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Loma Prieta, California, earthquake. Geologist exchanging information with rescue personnel in Redwood Grove in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. October 17, 1989. Slide X-1, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 90-547.
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Panorama with image 91. From Peak 9300- [feet in elevation] opposite mouth of Beaver Creek, looking north over Cebolla Valley, and northwest toward Sapinero Mesa. Uncompahgre quadrangle. Gunnison County, Colorado. September 12, 1912. F-stop 8, 1/25 seconds.
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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Displacement is about 1,800 feet. 1940. Figure 38, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 226.
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Album caption: Kanab sandstone. Walls about 2000 feet. Zion Canyon. Utah. Index card: Canyon walls 2,000 feet high. Zion National Park.
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Exposures of boulder bed member, a mile west of Housetop Mountain; knobs on hillside in middle distance are boulder of novaculite and of Pennsylvanian limestone; Caballos novaculite, Tesnus formation, Pennsylvanian limestone: diameter of each boulder given in feet (see published photo); sandstone and shales of Haymond formation underlying boulder bed member. Brewster County, Texas. June 1931. Plate 11-C, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 187. 1937.
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Wide-angle view of 1983 Borah Peak fault scarp, just north of Bull Creek and Rock Creek, Thousand Springs Valley. View to southeast from photo station 83 MM 9D. 425 meters north, 215 meters east, SW1/4, Sec. 34, T. 10 N., R. 22 E. Borah Peak quadrangle. Custer County, Idaho. November 7, 1983.
Categories: Image; Tags: Idaho Images, Rocks, photo print
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Unknown. Washington DC. 1917.
Categories: Image; Tags: Washington, DC, photo print
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Owl Creek Mountains. South end of Upper Big Horn or Wind River canyon south of Thermopolis. Inner gorge cut in pre-Cambrian granitic rocks. Cambrian and Ordovician rocks above in background. Auto road at right. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad at left, irrigation dam in middle. Fremont County, Wyoming. July 24, 1924.
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Sand pit of lake Shore Sand Company showing belt incline and washer. Cary, McHenry County, Illinois. No date.
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Album caption and index card: Wasatch Station, 966 miles west from Omaha, altitude 6,870 feet, on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. From this point the descent is very rapid into the famous canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Handwritten notes in album caption: None Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1869 Series, page 6, Nos. 21, 22: Wasatch, 966 miles west from Omaha, altitude 6,870 feet, on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. From this point the descent is very rapid into the famous canyon. Two miles farther on we come to and pass slowly over an immense trestle-work,...
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Mount St. Augustine, Cook Inlet, a typical ash cone. Alaska. 1896, plate 10 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 45. 1906.
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Album caption and index card: Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. A detached mass of the hot spring deposit, which has been cut off from the mainland by the action of the waves, and left in the lake 100 feet from the shore. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 30, No. 291: Pelican's Roost, near Steamy Point. A detached mass of the hot spring deposit, which has been cut off from the mainland by the action of the waves, and left in the lake one hundred feet from the shore.
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South slope of Jackson Divide. (All south slopes are barren or grassed; all north ones are forested). Abajo Mountains. San Juan County, Utah. 1915. (Photo by M.R. Thorpe)
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Looking across Nizina River into valley of Dan creek, Chitistone limestone capping Nikolai greenstone on left; Triassic limestone-shale on right. Chitina district, Copper River district, Alaska. 1900. Plate 10-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 374. 1909.
Categories: Image; Tags: Alaska Bulletin 374, photo print
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Characteristic exposure of the Dakota group in the Denver area, looking north in Dutch Creek gap. Us upper sandstone subunit; K, Kassler sandstone member; and P, Plainview sandstone member of South Platte formation. D, disconformity between Lytle (L) and South Platte formations, U, approximate Morrison-Lytle contact. Indian Hills quadrangle. Jefferson County, Colorado, ca. 1951. Published as figure 18 in U, S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 274-B. 1955.


map background search result map search result map Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Rock pinnacles near Green River Station. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1869. Montana ranch. 1872. Wasatch Station on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. The Three Tetons, looking across the left-hand canyon of West Teton River. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. Fremont County, Idaho, 1872. Longs Peak, viewed from the lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado.1873. Kanab sandstone, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah. n.d. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Kanab sandstone, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah. n.d. Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. Fremont County, Idaho, 1872. Wasatch Station on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Pelican's Roost, near Steamboat Point. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1871. Longs Peak, viewed from the lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado.1873. The Three Tetons, looking across the left-hand canyon of West Teton River. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Rock pinnacles near Green River Station. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1869. Montana ranch. 1872.