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Military reconnaissance of the Arkansas, Rio del Norte and Rio Gila

Military reconnaissance of the Arkansas, Rio del Norte and Rio Gila

Military reconnaissance of the Arkansas, Rio del Norte and Rio Gila

N. eastern view of Little Rock, Arkansas.

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

Bridge, east view.

[View of men on the rocks.]

[View of the rocks.]

[Suspension bridge.]

Gen. Grant's train, Royal Gorge.

Gen. Grant's train, Royal Gorge.

Gulch in the Grand Canyon.

Suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Col.

Above suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Colorado.

Below the bridge.

Grand Canon, Colo.

[Waterfall?.]

[Suspension bridge.]

Bridge in Grand Canon, Colo.

Bigler Gorge, Grand Canon, Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

Grand Canon of the Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, looking up.]

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

The Grand Cañon of the Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, looking up.]

Exit of the Arkansas from the mts. [mountains], Col. Ter.

The iron bridge, at Royal Gorge, Grand Canon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

[View of men on the railroad.]

The Royal Gorge.

[Railroad building.]

Grand Canyon, looking down, Colorado.

[View of men on the rocks.]

Gulch in the Grand Canyon.

[Railroad building.]

Grand Canyon, looking down, Colorado.

Grand Canyon, looking down.

Devil's Punch Bowl falls.

Double curve, Grand Canon.

The Royal Gorge.

Bridge in Grand Canon, Colo.

Gen. Grant's train, Royal Gorge.

Exit of the Arkansas from the mts. [mountains], Col. Ter.

Grand Canon of the Arkansas, Royal Gorge, east.

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

Hot Soda Spring, mouth of the Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

The iron bridge, at Royal Gorge, Grand Canon of the Arkansas.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

Grand Canon of the Arkansas, Royal Gorge.

Gen. Grant's train, Royal Gorge.

[Grand Canyon, suspension bridge.]

Bridge in Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon.

[Double?] Canon.

Above suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Colorado.

[Railroad building.]

Above suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Col.

Devil's Punch Bowl falls.

Above suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Colorado.

[Grand Canyon, suspension bridge.]

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canon of the Arkansas, looking down. 5 miles above Canon City, Col.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

Royal Gorge, Canon of the Arkansas, D. & R.G.R.R. [Denver & Rio Grande Railroad], Colorado.

Grand Canon of the Arkansas, Col.

[Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.]

The Grand Cañon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canon, Arkansas R., Col.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Royal Gorge.

Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Col., U.S.A.

[View of the rocks.]

Bridge, east view.

View on Grand Canyon R. R. extension, Colorado.

[View of men on the railroad.]

[Railroad building.]

Suspension bridge, Grand Canyon, Col.

Below the bridge.

Below the Smelters.

The Royal Gorge.

Grand Canyon, looking down, Colorado.

R.R. [Railroad] bridge in Grand Canon, Colorado. The only one like it in the world.

The Royal Gorge.

Bridge in Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon.

Double curve.

Königsschlucht, Colorado, U.S.A.

R.R. [Railroad] bridge in Grand Canon, Colorado. The only one like it in the world.

Double curve.

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