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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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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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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: Aerial view of Upheaval Dome. San Juan County, Utah. ca. 1959. (Photo by H.R. Joesting).
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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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Towering smooth-faced wall of Wingate Sandstone along Chinle Wash and Comb Ridge. Alcoves, some containing cliff dwellings such as this one (Poncho House), are common at the base. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Photo courtesy of Peabody Museum, Harvard University. Published as figure 8 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1186. 1965.
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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...
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Album caption: Rainbow Bridge looking upstream, Sidney Paige and H.D. Miser (distant) in the Rainbow Bridge Canyon below the Rainbow Bridge. Rainbow Bridge National Monument. San Juan County, Utah. October 6, 1921. Index card: No index card
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Album caption: Gold dredge on Colorado River near mouth of Hanson (Pine Alcove) Creek. Installed in 1900 by R.L. Stanton. Garfield and San Juan Counites, Utah. August 26, 1915. Published as plate 29-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 164. 1931. Index card: Old dredger 1 mile above Bull Frog Creek. Dredge installed in 1900 by R.F. Stanton. Placer operations for gold a failure. Garfield County, Utah. August 26, 1915.
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This set of maps shows relative habitat quality for snakes that prefer the rocky outside margin of the bottomland area. Component layers (type and count of cover types, distance to bottomland boundary and distance to permanent water) are included, as are associated layers of channel boundaries, reaches, and bottomland kilometers.
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This set of maps shows relative habitat diversity (complexity) as it relates to the number of different dominant cover types are found in 1 hectare, and the number of structural types found in 1 hectare. Component layers are included, as are layers of channel boundaries, reaches, and bottomland kilometers.
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Album caption: Colorado River Canyon looking northwest from left bank of river 250 feet above water. Side canyon in center is 9 miles below Last Chance Canyon. 11:00 A.M. Kane and San Juan Counties, Utah. October 7, 1921. Index card: Colorado Canyon at Kane Creek. Kane County, Utah. 1921.
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Album caption and index card: Canyons of the Colorado River of the west. Colorado River in Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. ca. 1871. (Stereoscopic view) (Photo same as J.K. Hillers no. 758, hjk00758)
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Ruins in Montezuma Canyon, containing stones of unusual size.E.A. Barber and Henry Lee in view. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. (Stereoscopic view)


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. Colorado River in 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. Cave Rocks, sandstone butte, near Sierra La Sal. Scene of Gardner's fight. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. (Stereoscopic view) Ruins in Montezuma Canyon, E.A. Barber and Henry Lee in view. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Bakers Park, view south from above Howardsville. San Juan County, Utah. 1874. Towering smooth-faced wall of Wingate Sandstone along Chinle Wash and Comb Ridge. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. General Diversity Model and Component Layers Rocky Fringe Snakes Model and Component Layers 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. Gold dredge on Colorado River, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1931. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Colorado River Canyon, 9 miles below Last Chance Canyon, Kane and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. General Diversity Model and Component Layers Rocky Fringe Snakes Model and Component Layers 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. Colorado River in Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Cataract Canyon. San Juan and Garfield Counties, Utah. circa 1871. Cave Rocks, sandstone butte, near Sierra La Sal. Scene of Gardner's fight. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. (Stereoscopic view) Ruins in Montezuma Canyon, E.A. Barber and Henry Lee in view. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Bakers Park, view south from above Howardsville. San Juan County, Utah. 1874. Towering smooth-faced wall of Wingate Sandstone along Chinle Wash and Comb Ridge. San Juan County, Utah. 1875. Aerial view of Upheaval Dome. San Juan County, Utah. 1959. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, San Juan County, Utah. 1921. 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. Gold dredge on Colorado River, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1931. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. Colorado River Canyon, 9 miles below Last Chance Canyon, Kane and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921.