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Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes, on the south side of the gulch, 1,000 feet above the valley. At the left is King Solomon Mountain, and on the right Green and Galena Mountains, with Rocky Gulch between, up which is the route of the Bakers Park and Del Norte wagon road. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.
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Album caption: Camp of the miners of the North Star and Mountaineer lodes, on King Solomon Mountain, above Cunningham Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Notes on album caption: None. Index card: Jackson, W. H. 566 - Camp of the miners of the North Star and Mountaineer lodes, on King Solomon Mountain, above Cunningham Gulch. San Juan 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 77, No. 252: Camp of the Miners of the North Star and Mountaineer lodes, on King Solomon Mountain, above Cunningham Gulch.
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Album caption: San Juan Co, Colo. Index card: Royal Tiger Mine and Silver Lake, near Silverton. San Juan Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. August 21, 1980.
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Album Caption: Engineer Mountain seen from the north, from a ledge in the basin west of Jura Butte. To show the trachyte contact, the rude columnar jointing, and the great northerly rock stream. San Juan County, Colorado. 1906. (19-inch lens, stop 16, exposure 1/25 second). Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 67, Plate 18-A. 1909. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 171, figure 7. 1910.
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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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Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes, on the south side of the gulch, 1,000 feet above the valley. At the left is King Solomon Mountain, and on the right Greenand Galena Mountains, with Rocky Gulch between, up which is the route of the Bakers Park and Del Norte wagon road. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.
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Sierra San Juan. View above timber line, at the source of one of the main tributaries of Mineral Creek, showing the snow-fed lakelets, so numerous among the higher snow-clad peaks and sharply serrated crests. The broad mountain on the right is 13,897 feet high. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874.
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Wolframite (Magabasite). Collected by A. E. Foote from Adams Mine, San Juan County, Colorado. Mineral collection of Brigham Young University Department of Geology, Provo, Utah. Photograph by Andrew Silver. BYU index 11-2009, MnWO_4. This image is in the public domain pursuant to an agreement dated August 10, 2006 between Peter J. Modreski, USGS Communications and Outreach, and the Brigham Young University (BYU) Geology Department. Please credit the Brigham Young University Geology Department and the individual photographer.
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Album caption: San Juan Co, Colo. Index card: Avalanche tracks on snow-covered mountains, viewed from Highway 550 near Silverton. San Juan Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. February 1973.
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Album caption and index card: A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. View sweeps the entire horizon from the center of the San Juan Mountains, the most rugged mass of mountain peaks of the whole Rocky Mountain Range. View west from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. (Panorama with photo nos. 486 - 488, jwh00486, jwh00487, jwh00488) 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, Nos. 141, 142, 143, 144: A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. The above four numbers, with No. 140, sweep the entire horizon from the center of the San Juan Mountains, the most rugged mass of...
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Album caption: The Highland Mary Mining Works. Cunningham Gulch, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. n.d. Notes on album caption: None. Index card: Jackson, W. H. 1261 - The Highland Mary Mining Works. Cunningham Gulch, Bakers Park, San Juan County, Colorado. n.d. Note: Negative available in the National Archives Record Group 57 (57-HS-1261), Records of the U. S. Geological Survey, Series: Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, compiled 1869 - 1878. ARC Identifier: 517703, https://catalog.archives.gov/id/517703
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A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. View sweeps the entire horizon from the center of the San Juan Mountains, the most rugged mass of mountain peaks of the whole Rocky Mountain Range. South from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Panorama with photo nos. 485 - 486, 488.
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(Panorama) A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, 13,600 feet in height. Prominent on the horizon are the quartzite peaks east of the canyon of the Animas, Kendall Mountain, and the head of Arastra Gulch, and the immense number of peaks lying about the head of the Cement and San Miguel. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.
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A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, 13,600 feet in height. Prominent on the horizon are the quartzite peaks east of the canyon of the Animas, Kendall Mountain, and the head of Arastra Gulch, and the immense number of peaks lying about the head of the Cement and San Miguel. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.


map background search result map search result map Avalanche chutes, viewed from Highway 550 near Silverton. San Juan Mountains, Colorado. 1973. Royal Tiger Mine and Silver Lake, near Silverton. San Juan Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. 1980. Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. South from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. West from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Sierra San Juan. View above timber line, at the source of one of the main tributaries of Mineral Creek, San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Bakers Park, looking south from a point 2 miles above Howardsville. On the left are the snow-tipped summits of Galena, King Solomon, and Kendall Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. The Animas River, Bakers Park, near the mouth of Arastra Gulch, looking down toward Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. (Panorama) A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Cunningham Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Camp of the miners of the North Star and Mountaineer lodes, on King Solomon Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Bakers Park, from the mouth of Arastra Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) Bakers Park, looking up from below Howardsville. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Sultan Mountains from Arastra Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) The Highland Mary Mining Works. Cunningham Gulch, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1869-1878. Avalanche chutes, viewed from Highway 550 near Silverton. San Juan Mountains, Colorado. 1973. Royal Tiger Mine and Silver Lake, near Silverton. San Juan Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. 1980. Bakers Park, from the mouth of Arastra Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) Bakers Park, looking up from below Howardsville. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Sultan Mountains from Arastra Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) The Highland Mary Mining Works. Cunningham Gulch, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1869-1878. Tower Mountain, opposite Howardsville, Bakers Park. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. A panoramic view from Sultan Mountain. South from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. West from Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Sierra San Juan. View above timber line, at the source of one of the main tributaries of Mineral Creek, San Juan County, Colorado. 1874. Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Bakers Park, looking south from a point 2 miles above Howardsville. On the left are the snow-tipped summits of Galena, King Solomon, and Kendall Mountains. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. The Animas River, Bakers Park, near the mouth of Arastra Gulch, looking down toward Sultan Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. (Panorama) A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Cunningham Gulch. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Camp of the miners of the North Star and Mountaineer lodes, on King Solomon Mountain. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. A panoramic view of the San Juan Mountains from the summit of King Solomon Mountain, San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.