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Summary: In this photograph the Curtis Formation (right, near powerlines), the Carmel Formation (saddle), and the "Great Sandstone Ledge" (left of saddle) can be seen in the Flaming Gorge Dam. For additional information refer to, Stephens, H. G., Shoemaker, E. M., Shoemaker, E. M., & Shoemaker, E. M. (1987). In the footsteps of John Wesley Powell: An album of comparative photographs of the Green and Colorado Rivers, 1871-72 and 1968. Boulder, Colo: Johnson. See also: shg_5-8 and shg_6-2.
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Album caption: Jack Hillers about halfway up the mountain with two saddle horses, Red Canyon Park. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. (Stereoscopic view) Index card: Jack Hillers in Red Canyon Park.
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The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. View at the mouth of Henrys Fork, of great beauty, and which derives its principal charm from the vivid coloring. The waters of the river are of the purest emerald, with banks and sand bars of glistening white. The perpendicular bluff to the right is nearly 1,500 feet above the level of the river, and of a bright red and yellow. When entrance or gateway to the still greater wonders and grandeurs of the famous Red Canyon, that cuts its way to a depth of 3,000 feet between this point and its entrance into Browns Hole. Man and horse for scale. Daggett County, Utah. 1870.
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Album caption and index card: A camp on Henrys Fork, among the big cottonwoods that line all the streams. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1870 Series, page 18, No. 130 caption, "A camp on Henrys Fork, among the big cottonwoods that line all the streams."
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Album caption: The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. View at the mouth of Henrys Fork, of great beauty, and which derives its principal charm from the vivid coloring. The waters of the river are of the purest emerald, with banks and sand bars of glistening white. The perpendicular bluff to the right is nearly 1,500 feet above the level of the river, and of a bright red and yellow. When entrance or gateway to the still greater wonders and grandeurs of the famous Red Canyon, that cuts its way to a depth of 3,000 feet between this point and its entrance into Browns Hole. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. Index card unavailable....
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Album caption and index card: Camp of the Survey, on the 16th of September, among the pines of the foothills, in the Uinta Mountains, at an elevation of nearly 10,000 feet above the sea. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. (Steroview available) Similar to W.H. Jackson photograph number 280, jwh00280. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1870 Series, page 16, No. 116, "Camp of the Survey, on the 16th of September, among the pines of the foot-hills, in the Uintah Mountains, at an elevation of nearly 10,000 feet above the sea." Handwritten notes by N. Carico, "The Hayden campers are preparing birds for...
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Album caption and index card: Canyons of Green River. Ashley Falls in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. ca. 1871. (Stereoscopic view) (Similar to J.K. Hillers no. 481, hjk00481, photo by E.O. Beaman)
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Album caption and index card: Canyons of Green River. Red Canyon three miles below Beehive Point, looking upstream. Wall 1,400 feet high. Daggett County, Utah. ca. 1871. (Stereoscopic view)
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Green River at Browns Hole, below the Red Canyon, calm, quiet, and peaceful, recuperating for the still more turbulent passage of the deeper, gloomier, and longer canyons below. The sandy beach at the left shows the footprints of numerous deer, bears, and elk that frequent these banks. Daggett County, Utah. 1870.
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Album caption and index card: Canyons of Green River. Chimney Rock on the Green River. Horseshoe Canyon, looking downstream. Wall 1,300 feet high. Daggett County, Utah. ca. 1871. (Stereoscopic view) (Photo same as J.K. Hillers no. 517, hjk00517)
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Summary: In this photograph the Curtis Formation (right, near powerlines), the Carmel Formation (saddle), and the "Great Sandstone Ledge" (left of saddle) can be seen in the Flaming Gorge Dam. For additional information refer to, Stephens, H. G., Shoemaker, E. M., Shoemaker, E. M., & Shoemaker, E. M. (1987). In the footsteps of John Wesley Powell: An album of comparative photographs of the Green and Colorado Rivers, 1871-72 and 1968. Boulder, Colo: Johnson. See also: shg_6-1 and shg_6-2.
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Summary: USGS party below Flaming Gorge Dam on Green River. For additional information refer to, Stephens, H. G., Shoemaker, E. M., Shoemaker, E. M., & Shoemaker, E. M. (1987). In the footsteps of John Wesley Powell: An album of comparative photographs of the Green and Colorado Rivers, 1871-72 and 1968. Boulder, Colo: Johnson. Note: Scanned from negative; also available in print. See also: shg_10-2


map background search result map search result map Red Canyon, Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Low water, Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1870s. Chimney Rock on the Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Jack Hillers with two saddle horses, Red Canyon Park. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Green River in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Small side canyon, a tributary to Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Canyons of Green River, Chimney Rock. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Red Canyon below Beehive Point. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Francis Creek in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Ashley Falls in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Camp of the Hayden Survey, in the Uinta Mountains, Daggett County, Utah. 1870. A camp on Henrys Fork, having as a background a portion of the hogbacks, which rise ridge by ridge to the distant summits of the quartzite nucleus of the Uintas. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. Green River at Browns Hole, below the Red Canyon, Daggett County, Utah. 1870. Bluff near mouth of Henrys Fork. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. (Stereoscopic view) Survey camp at Henrys Fork. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. View of Glen Canyon Sandstone in Flaming Gorge Dam. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. View of Glen Canyon Sandstone in Flaming Gorge Dam. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. USGS party below Flaming Gorge Dam on Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. Red Canyon, Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Low water, Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1870s. Chimney Rock on the Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Jack Hillers with two saddle horses, Red Canyon Park. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Green River in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Small side canyon, a tributary to Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. 1871. Canyons of Green River, Chimney Rock. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Red Canyon below Beehive Point. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Francis Creek in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Ashley Falls in Red Canyon. Daggett County, Utah. circa 1871. Bluff near mouth of Henrys Fork. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. (Stereoscopic view) Survey camp at Henrys Fork. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. View of Glen Canyon Sandstone in Flaming Gorge Dam. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. View of Glen Canyon Sandstone in Flaming Gorge Dam. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. USGS party below Flaming Gorge Dam on Green River. Daggett County, Utah. 1968. Camp of the Hayden Survey, in the Uinta Mountains, Daggett County, Utah. 1870. A camp on Henrys Fork, having as a background a portion of the hogbacks, which rise ridge by ridge to the distant summits of the quartzite nucleus of the Uintas. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. The Flaming Gorge, a view on Green River, very near the location where Major Powell launched his expeditions for the Colorado River. Daggett County, Utah. 1870. Green River at Browns Hole, below the Red Canyon, Daggett County, Utah. 1870.