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Abandoned ten-stamp mill, Johnson Creek. Abajo Mountains. San Juan County, Utah. 1915. (Photo by M.R. Thorpe)
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Looking down San Juan Canyon, at a point 9 miles by stream above Honaker Trail, canyon has been cut in Goodridge formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Plate 3-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 132. 1925. Plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 188. 1938. Plate 2-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Water-supply paper 538. 1924.
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View looking northwest from head of Armstrong Canyon, across flat into which upper White Canyon and its tributaries are cut. San Juan County, Utah. 1925. Plate 5-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 188. 1938.
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Album caption: Aerial view of Upheaval Dome. San Juan County, Utah. ca. 1959. (Photo by H.R. Joesting).
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Album caption: Inscription (petroglyphs) by indians on canyon wall on right bank of Colorado River 1,000 feet bellow mouth of Smith Fork, 85 miles below mouth of Green River. Garfield and San Juan Counites, Utah. October 3, 1921. (Photo by John Clogston) Index card: No index card.
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Album Caption:Comb wash near Navajo spring, San Juan oil field, Utah.Butler shale (Dolores Formation) and Bluff Sandstone (La Plata Formation)
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Canyon of the San Juan. A few miles below the mouth of the Rio de Chelly immense great walls of dark brown sandstone hem the river closely in, and which grow in height and crowd still closer upon the river until they colminate in the great canyon of the Colorado. San Juan County, Utah. 1875.
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Album caption: Downstream view of boats, from one boat, 6 miles below Red Canyon or 74 miles below mouth of Green River. 10:00 A.M. Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. October 3, 1921. Index card: No index card.
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These layers show the relative abundance of native, non-native and tree cover types as mapped for the Colorado River Conservation Planning Project. Relative abundance (Dominant, Common, Mapped by Sparse and Not Mapped) is determined by the listing of cover types per patch.
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Leo J. mine, formerly North Star mine, in Bradford Canyon, showing typical occurrence of a uranium-vanadium deposit in a prominent sandstone lens of the Salt Wash Member of the Morrison Formation. West water Canyon Member of the Morrison shown to left at top of photograph. San Juan County, Utah. ca. 1956. Figure 13 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1190. 1965.
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Looking north up and across San Juan River, from the mouth of Nokai Creek, shows the flexed rocks on the crest and east slope of the Balance Rock anticline. Wingate sandstone and Todilto formation; Chinle formation; Shinarump conglomerate; Moenkopi formation; De Chelly(?) sandstone lentil of Moenkopi. San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Plate 19-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 751. 1925. Plate 9-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Water-supply paper 538. 1924.
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Album Caption:San Juan oil field, San Juan County, Utah.Moses Rock Sandstone Exposed on Gypsum creek near Utah Arizona State Line.
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East entrance to Clay Hills Pass. Moenkopi formation overlying strata at the top of the Organ Rock member of the Cutler formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1925. Published as plate 12-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 188. 1938.
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Album Caption:San Juan oil Field, San Juan County, Utah. Panorama looking north along anticline from south side of Canyon near Mexican Hat.July 2, 1910. Note:Panorama with Photograph number weg00159B.
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Album caption: Panorama showing low walls and region that would be flooded if a high dam were build at Lee Ferry. Halls Crossings enters the Colorado River around the bend to the right of photograph 216. Navajo Mountian shows (faintly) at the right of the photograph 216 like an inverted bowl 31 miles away. The Henry Mountians , 44 miles from Halls crossing, to the north (left?). Bull Frog Creek enters from the left. Halls Crossing is 98 miles below the mouth of Green River and 37 miles above the San Juan. About 40 square miles at left in photograph 217 lies under the 3,900 foot contour. Noon. Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. October 4, 1921. Index card: View showing low walls and region that would be flooded...


map background search result map search result map Gorge between sheer rock cliffs. San Juan County, Utah. circa 1870s. Toum-pen Tou-weap, Stillwater Canyon. Wayne and San Juan Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Canyons of the Colorado River of the west, Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Canyon of the San Juan. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Bakers Park, view south from above Howardsville. San Juan County, Utah. 1874. View looking northwest from head of Armstrong Canyon, across flat into which upper White Canyon and its tributaries are cut.  San Juan County, Utah. 1925. Looking down San Juan Canyon, at a point 9 miles by stream above Honaker Trail, canyon has been cut in Goodridge formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Native, Non-native and Tree Abundance Aerial view of Upheaval Dome. San Juan County, Utah. 1959. Downstream view of the Green River on boat, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Indian petroglyphs, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. San Juan oil Field, San Juan County, Utah. San Juan oil field, San Juan County, Utah. Comb wash near Navajo spring, San Juan oil field, Utah. Native, Non-native and Tree Abundance Gorge between sheer rock cliffs. San Juan County, Utah. circa 1870s. Toum-pen Tou-weap, Stillwater Canyon. Wayne and San Juan Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Canyons of the Colorado River of the west, Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Bakers Park, view south from above Howardsville. San Juan County, Utah. 1874. View looking northwest from head of Armstrong Canyon, across flat into which upper White Canyon and its tributaries are cut.  San Juan County, Utah. 1925. Looking down San Juan Canyon, at a point 9 miles by stream above Honaker Trail, canyon has been cut in Goodridge formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Aerial view of Upheaval Dome. San Juan County, Utah. 1959. San Juan oil Field, San Juan County, Utah. San Juan oil field, San Juan County, Utah. Comb wash near Navajo spring, San Juan oil field, Utah. Canyon of the San Juan. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Downstream view of the Green River on boat, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Indian petroglyphs, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921.