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Album caption: Panorama with images 639, 641-644. View of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains from north end of high drift covered ridge east of Belly River in northeast part of T. 1 N., R. 28 W., Alberta. Junction of North Fork and Belly River. Plane of Lewis overthrust at top of dark wood slope to left. Cliffs of pre-Cambrian rock above, Cretaceous rocks below. Alberta, Canada. October 2, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Album caption: North end of eastern part of high ridge, Makowan Butte capped with pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, east of Belly River, 2 or 3 miles north of Chief Mountain, in west part of T. 1 N., R. 27 W., Alberta. Lee Creek Valley and plain in background. Alberta, Canada. October 2, 1912. Index Card: North end of E. part Makowan Butte. 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Makowan Butte. Canada.
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Album caption: Panorama with image 618, looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. T. 7 N., R. 25 and 26 W. Lower terrace at left. Alta. September 17, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Album caption: Panorama with image 617, looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. T. 7 N., R. 25 and 26 W. High terrace at right. Alta. September 17, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Album caption: U.S. Geological Survey camp near Dry Fork P.O., Alta. T. 4 N., R. 30 W. Rocky Mountains in background. Alta, September 27, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Panorama with images 640-644. View of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains from north end of high drift covered ridge east of Belly River in northeast part of T. 1 N., R. 28 W., Alta. Chief Mountain at left. October 2, 1912. Index Card: Belly River Valley and Rock Mountains. 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Album caption: Bad land topography on west slope of Belly Butte. T. 6 N., R. 25 W. Alta. September 17, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.
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Album caption: View looking west across valley of Belly River above railroad bridge at Lethbridge, Alta. Deposits exposed in bluff. 1. Glacial drift; 2. Quartzite gravel; 3. Cretaceous shale and coal. Alta, September 10, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canada.


    map background search result map search result map Bad land topography on west slope of Belly Butte.  Alta, Canada.  1912. Panorama looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. Alta, Canada. 1912. Panorama , looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. Alta, Canada. 1912. View looking west across valley of Belly River above railroad bridge at Lethbridge, Alta. Canada. 1912. U.S. Geological Survey camp near Dry Fork . Rocky Mountains in background. Alta, 1912. Panorama with images 640-644. View of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains from north end of high drift covered ridge east of Belly River in northeast part of T. Panorama view of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains. Canada. 1912. North end of eastern part of high ridge, Makowan Butte capped with pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, east of Belly River. Canada, 1912. North end of eastern part of high ridge, Makowan Butte capped with pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, east of Belly River. Canada, 1912. Bad land topography on west slope of Belly Butte.  Alta, Canada.  1912. Panorama looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. Alta, Canada. 1912. Panorama , looking east across Belly River Valley to Belly Butte. Alta, Canada. 1912. View looking west across valley of Belly River above railroad bridge at Lethbridge, Alta. Canada. 1912. U.S. Geological Survey camp near Dry Fork . Rocky Mountains in background. Alta, 1912. Panorama with images 640-644. View of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains from north end of high drift covered ridge east of Belly River in northeast part of T. Panorama view of Belly River Valley and Rocky Mountains. Canada. 1912.