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Provo River terraces south of Kansas, view southeast. Upper terrace or broad gravel plain of Rhodes Valley (Kansas Prairie) at left. At right and 150 feet below is lower terrace. Ts. 2 and 3 S., R. 6 E. Coalville quadrangle. Summit County, Utah. June 11, 1926.
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Album caption and index card: Wasatch Station, 966 miles west from Omaha, altitude 6,870 feet, on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. From this point the descent is very rapid into the famous canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Handwritten notes in album caption: None Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1869 Series, page 6, Nos. 21, 22: Wasatch, 966 miles west from Omaha, altitude 6,870 feet, on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. From this point the descent is very rapid into the famous canyon. Two miles farther on we come to and pass slowly over an immense trestle-work,...
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Cropping of zone at "Discovery," between quartzite walls, looking northeast. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Plate 32-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77. 1912.
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Panorama with images 1566 and 1567. Uinta Mountains. Subsummit plateau (dissected and wooded) and high peaks. West Fork of Blacks Fork valley in middleground, looking south to east from high bench (10,500 at top) southwest of Fish Lake. Hayden Peak quadrangle. T. 2 N., Rs. 11 and 12 E. Summit County, Utah. August 24, 1925.
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(This photograph is on the website created before FY-04!!) Tongues of diorite porphyry extending upward into calcareous beds, metamorphosing, shattering and mineralizing them, on 1,100 foot level, McCormick crosscut Silver King mine, looking southeast. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904.
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The Uinta Mountains. View from Photograph Ridge, elevation 10,829 feet. One of the grandest and most perfect mountain views in the west. The foreground is a picturesque group of the mountain pines. In the middle distance, glimmering in the sunlight like a silver thread, is Blacks Fork, meandering through grass, lawn-like parks, the eye following it up to its sources among the everlasting snows of the summitridge. The peaks or cones in the distance are most distinctly stratified and apparently horizontal, or nearly so, with their summits far above the limits of perpetual snow, and from 1,500 to 2,000 feet above the springs that give rise to the streams below. Summit County, Utah. 1870.
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Banded black and white coarsely crystalline marble; looking west; first mouth of drift on first hanging wall vein east of No. 2 shaft; 1500 level, Ontario mine. Miner's lamp for scale. Park City District. Summit County, Utah. ca. 1902.
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Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Weber quartzite in foreground, Park City formation capping first spur. Thaynes formation on the second and third cuestas, and heavy Triassic sandstone forming the prominent cuesta in the right background, all dipping northwest. Park City in middle ground; Ontario mill in left foreground, and Silver King mine and Crescent Ridge in left background, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77. 1912.
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A.J. Russell Collection. Sentinel Rock, Echo Canon, Utah Territory. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1868.
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Mines in upper Ontario Canyon, Ontario mine in middle ground, shaft No. 2 at left, shaft No. 3 at right, Wabash shaft in center. In background Naildriver shaft at right, New York shaft at left. Looking southeast. Summit County, Utah. 1902.
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Album caption: Looking down Echo Canyon from above the Great Eastern, and about two miles above the mouth of the canyon, giving a general view. On the right, the high perpendicular walls, with the strata dipping down westward, are cleft by deep gorges, leaving the intermediate portions standing out like huge castles, massive inform and a vivid red in coloring. On the left, the hills are equally high, but run off into more rounded forms, which are clothed in the springtime with a bright contrasting green. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Handwritten notes on album caption: None Index card: Jackson, W.H. 32: Looking down Echo Canyon from above the Great Eastern, and about two miles above the mouth of the canyon,...
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Album caption: The Amphitheater, an immense semicircular wall of 1,000 feet in height, three miles above the mouth of Echo Canyon, showing the largest and most perfect wall surface in the canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Handwritten notes on album caption: None Index card: Jackson, W.H. 33: The Amphitheater, an immense semicircular wall of 1,000 feet in height, three miles above the mouth of Echo Canyon, showing the largest and most perfect wall surface in the canyon. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1869 Series, page 7, No. 34: The Amphitheater, an immense semicurcular wall of 1,000...


map background search result map search result map Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations (panorama). Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Cropping of zone at "Discovery," between quartzite walls, looking northeast. Summit County, Utah. 1904. Wasatch Station on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Looking down Echo Canyon from above the Great Eastern, and about two miles above the mouth of the canyon, Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Amphitheater, three miles above the mouth of Echo Canyon, Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Uinta Mountains. View from Photograph Ridge, elevation 10,829 feet. Summit County, Utah. 1870. Camp view; under the rocks of Echo. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Studies among the great rocks that have fallen from the cliffs of Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Mountain cedar. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) The Old Z, or a portion of the track at the head of Echo before the completion of the tunnel. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) The Old Z, or a portion of the track at the head of Echo before the completion of the tunnel. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Tower on Castle Rock, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Tower on Castle Rock, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Amphitheater, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations (panorama). Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Cropping of zone at "Discovery," between quartzite walls, looking northeast. Summit County, Utah. 1904. Camp view; under the rocks of Echo. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Studies among the great rocks that have fallen from the cliffs of Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Mountain cedar. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) The Old Z, or a portion of the track at the head of Echo before the completion of the tunnel. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) The Old Z, or a portion of the track at the head of Echo before the completion of the tunnel. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Tower on Castle Rock, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Tower on Castle Rock, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Amphitheater, Echo Canyon. Summit County, Utah. 1869. (Stereoscopic view) Wasatch Station on the divide between Echo Canyon and Bear River. Summit County, Utah. 1869. Looking down Echo Canyon from above the Great Eastern, and about two miles above the mouth of the canyon, Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Amphitheater, three miles above the mouth of Echo Canyon, Summit County, Utah. 1869. The Uinta Mountains. View from Photograph Ridge, elevation 10,829 feet. Summit County, Utah. 1870.