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Album caption and index card: Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. Upon its nearby perpendicular fact of 3,000 feet are exposed a number of quartz veins, traversing its whole length. The one cutting down diagonally from the left is the Mammoth lode. Most of the others are claimed as mineral-bearing veins. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1874 Series, page 69, No. 139: Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. Upon its nearby perpendicular fact of 3,000 feet are exposed a number of quartz veins, traversing its whole length. The one cutting...
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Album caption: Flathead Co, Mont. Index card: Heavens Peak, elevation 9,008 feet. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. July 3, 1979.
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One of the intermittent crater explosions that were followed by a period of quiet. Photo taken from Cerro de Jaratiro. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. December 6, 1944. Published as plate 48-B in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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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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Album caption and index card: Gold mining in Borens Gluch. La Plata County, Colorado. 1875. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1875 Series, page 78, No.272: Gold-mining in Boren's Gulch. Note: 02/07/2017 - verfied with NARA Still Picture Branch that this photograph's orientation is correct.
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Album caption and index card: Independence Rock. A noted landmark, on the Oregon Trail, for travelers at the time when this route was used. Its base, bordering the old road, is literally covered with names and dates, many of the former well known in the history of the west, and some of them antedating Fremont's time. The Sweetwater flows immediately along the southern end of it, although on the opposite side of the stream another ridge, continuing toward the southwest, was once connected with it. It is a vast and excellent illustration of disintegration, its rounded form resembling an oblong haystack, with layers of rock lapping over the top and sides of the mass. Thin layers have been broken off in part, and huge...
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Album caption: Idaho-Washington Boundary retracement. Photograph by C.L. Nelson, Topographer. A view at junction of Clearwater and Snake Rivers; 1908. Plate 1-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 466. 1911. Handwritten notes on album caption: Asotin quad Wash-Ida. Index card: View at junction of Clearwater and Snake rivers. Whitman County/Asotin County, Washington. 1908.
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Album caption: Drumlin east of Waterloo, from the north. Sec. 5, T. 8 N., R. 13 E. Waterloo quadrangle. Jefferson County, Wisconsin. September 1903.
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Album caption: Drumlin from west. Empire Township., Sec. 23. Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin. September 1, 1908. Handwritten note on album caption: Fond du Lac quadrangle., No. 360.
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Album caption: Drumlin from the west. NW 1/4, sec. 5, T. 5 N., R. 12 E. Stoughton quadrangle. Dane County, Wisconsin. July 21, 1902.
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Album caption: Drumlin profile from the north. NW 1/4, sec. 5, T. 5 N., R. 12 E. Stoughton quadrangle. Dane County, Wisconsin. July 21, 1902.
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Album caption: Profile of drumlin from the west. NW 1/4, sec. 25, T. 6 N., R. 11 E. Stoughton quadrangle. Dane County, Wisconsin. July 21, 1902.
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Album caption: Profile of drumlin from the southeast. SE 1/4, sec. 35, T. 6 N., R. 11 E. Stoughton quadrangle. Dane County, Wisconsin. July 21, 1902.
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Granite Park in Glacier National Park. View north from Logan Pass to Granite Park (middle), an erosion remnant of a Pliocene (?) or early Pleistocene benchland; Haystack Butte and the Garden Wall (Continental Divide) at the right. Montana. September 8, 1928. Figure 7, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 231. 1953.


map background search result map search result map Profile of drumlin from the southeast. Wisconsin, 1902. Profile of drumlin from the west. Wisconsin, 1902. Drumlin profile from the north.  Wisconsin, 1902. Drumlin from the west.  Wisconsin, 1902. Drumlin east of Waterloo, from the north. Jefferson County.  Wisconsin, 1903. Drumlin from west.  Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, 1908. Glacier National Park, Montana. Cirque scallops in the east slope of Heavens Peak. July 21, 1913. Granite Park in Glacier National Park. View north from Logan Pass to Granite Park (middle), an erosion remnant of a Pliocene (?) or early Pleistocene benchland; Haystack Butte and the Garden Wall (Continental Divide) at the right. Glacier National Park, Montana. Heavens Peak, elevation 9,008 feet. 1979. One of the intermittent crater explosions that were followed by a period of quiet. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. 1944. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). The Lone Star Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1883. Independence Rock. Natrona County, Wyoming. 1870. Treasure Mountain in Elk Mountains, and view down the canyon of Rock Creek. Gunnison County, Colorado. 1873. Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Gold mining, Borens Gulch, La Plata County, Colorado. 1875. Kanab sandstone, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah. n.d. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Rotunda in Mammoth Cave. 1925. Recovery of time lapse camera at Coldwater I observation station. Mount St. Helens, Cowlitz County, Washington. 1980. Junction of Clearwater and Snake Rivers. Idaho and Washington Boundary Retracement. 1908. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Rotunda in Mammoth Cave. 1925. 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. Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Drumlin east of Waterloo, from the north. Jefferson County.  Wisconsin, 1903. Drumlin from west.  Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, 1908. Profile of drumlin from the southeast. Wisconsin, 1902. Profile of drumlin from the west. Wisconsin, 1902. Drumlin profile from the north.  Wisconsin, 1902. Drumlin from the west.  Wisconsin, 1902. Gold mining, Borens Gulch, La Plata County, Colorado. 1875. Recovery of time lapse camera at Coldwater I observation station. Mount St. Helens, Cowlitz County, Washington. 1980. Glacier National Park, Montana. Cirque scallops in the east slope of Heavens Peak. July 21, 1913. Granite Park in Glacier National Park. View north from Logan Pass to Granite Park (middle), an erosion remnant of a Pliocene (?) or early Pleistocene benchland; Haystack Butte and the Garden Wall (Continental Divide) at the right. Glacier National Park, Montana. Heavens Peak, elevation 9,008 feet. 1979. The Lone Star Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1883. Treasure Mountain in Elk Mountains, and view down the canyon of Rock Creek. Gunnison County, Colorado. 1873. Independence Rock. Natrona County, Wyoming. 1870. Junction of Clearwater and Snake Rivers. Idaho and Washington Boundary Retracement. 1908. One of the intermittent crater explosions that were followed by a period of quiet. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. 1944.