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Album caption: Water Supply Papers. 244. View looking upstream at Embudo at old Wagon bridge on which recording and staff gages were in operation 1912-1914. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No date. Published as figure 15 in U. S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 778. 1972.
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Album caption: Embudo camp, 1888. Members: 1. L.B. Kendall, 2. W.P. Trowbridge, Jr., 3. George E. Curtis, 4. T.M. Bannon, 5. F.H. Newell, 6. George T. Quimby, 7. Robert B. Robertson, 8. R.S. Tarr, 9. R.P. Irving, 10. Was Shumway, 11. J.W. Mitchell, 12. W.A Farish. Handwritten notes on album caption: Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
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Typed caption on back of photograph: Ship Rock, San Juan City, NM. PIO No. 81-85
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Panorama with Image 301. Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. View west and northwest. At scarp of Wasatch formation. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933.
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Album caption: Water-supply papers 239. Embudo campsite. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1969. Published as figure 4 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 778. 1972.
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Album caption: Water-supply papers.. 246. The present Embudo gaging station. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No Date. Published as figure 17 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 778. 1972.
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Album caption: Water Supply Papers. 245 A later view looking downstream and showing, in front of the second locomotive the new (1914) recording gage shelter. RioArriba County, New Mexico. No date. Published as figure 16 in U. S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 778. 1972.
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Album caption: Rio Grande gaging station. Embudo, New Mexico. Handwritten note on album caption: Rio Arriba County. Note: circa 1899
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Mancos shale and the basal sandstone of the Mesaverde formation exposed near El Vado, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Plate 25-B, with graphics, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 101. 1917.
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Album caption: Embudo camp, 1888. Handwritten information on album caption: Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. Handwritten information on back of duplicate photograph: Camp Embudo, N.M. 1888 - 1889. The birthplace of systematic stream gaging. Index card: None Note: Photograph is number 165 in the Water Supply Paper album.
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Album caption: Water-Supply papers. Embudo gaging station on the Rio Grande. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No date.Published as a plate 16 inU. S. Geological Survey. Annual report, no. 18, pt. 4, 1896-1897. 1897.
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Album caption: Cobblestone gage house, Rio Grande River, Embudo, N. Mex. Handwritten note on album caption: Rio Arriba County
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Album caption: Water-supply papers. 247. Upstream view of present gaging station. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No date. Published as figure 18 in U. S. Geological Survey. professional paper 778. 1972.
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Panorama with Image 302. Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. View west and northwest. At scarp of Wasatch formation. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933.
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Lewis shale and "Laramie" formation near Dulce: top to bottom, coal bed, fossil plant locality, marine invertebrates fossil locality. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Plate 25-A,with graphics, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 101. 1917.


    map background search result map search result map Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933. Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933. Lewis shale and "Laramie" formation near Dulce. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Mancos shale and the basal sandstone of the Mesaverde formation exposed near El Vado. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Rio Grande gauging station, Rio Grande River, Embudo, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. circa 1899. Embudo camp. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1888. Clam-bed in Chinle. Ghost Ranch, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. n.d. Ship Rock, San Juan City, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1981. Cobblestone gage house, Rio Grande River. Embudo, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No date. Embudo camp members. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1888. Embudo gaging station on the Rio Grande. New Mexico. Embudo campsite. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1969. View looking upstream at Embudo at old Wagon bridge on which recording and staff gages were in operation. New Mexico. A later view looking downstream and showing, in front of the second locomotive the new recording gage shelter. New Mexico. The present Embudo gaging station. New Mexico. WMR 037 - Cribbensville Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1943. WMR 212 - Apache Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1943. WMR 444 - Apache Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1945. Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933. Township 24 north, Range 1 east, Section 5. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1933. Lewis shale and "Laramie" formation near Dulce. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Mancos shale and the basal sandstone of the Mesaverde formation exposed near El Vado. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1910. Rio Grande gauging station, Rio Grande River, Embudo, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. circa 1899. Embudo camp. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1888. Clam-bed in Chinle. Ghost Ranch, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. n.d. Ship Rock, San Juan City, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1981. Cobblestone gage house, Rio Grande River. Embudo, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. No date. Embudo camp members. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1888. Embudo gaging station on the Rio Grande. New Mexico. Embudo campsite. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1969. View looking upstream at Embudo at old Wagon bridge on which recording and staff gages were in operation. New Mexico. A later view looking downstream and showing, in front of the second locomotive the new recording gage shelter. New Mexico. The present Embudo gaging station. New Mexico. WMR 037 - Cribbensville Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1943. WMR 212 - Apache Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1943. WMR 444 - Apache Mica Mine. Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. 1945.