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Pleasant Valley, lower cañon of Truckee.

In Animas Cañon [Canyon].

Pillar of Jupiter, Williams Cañon.

Bridal Veil Falls, Williams Cañon.

First construction train passing the palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Falls no. 3, North Cheyenne Cañon.

Tunnel No. 2, Echo Cañon, U.P.R.R. [Union Pacific Railroad].

The Grand Cañon of the Arkansas.

Sentinel Rock, Echo Cañon, Utah.

Colorado Central [railroad], Mountain Division, through Clear Creek Cañon.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

View in cañon of Clear Creek, above Georgetown, Colorado Ter.

Falls no. 2, Cheyenne Cañon.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Red Bluffs, lower cañon of Truckee, 179 miles from Sacramento.

View in the Cañon below the Vernal Fall, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

The Little Iron Ute Spring, in Ingleman's Cañon famous for its tonic and blood purifuing qualities.(At foot of Pikes's Peak, Colo.)

Water from the rocks, on the Colorado Central Railroad, Clear Creek Cañon.

Am. [American] River and Cañon from Cape Horn, river below railroad 1,400 feet. 57 miles from Sacramento.

Pleasant Valley, looking west, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Tunnel no. 12, Strong's Cañon.

Devil's Slide, Weber Cañon, Utah.

Peak in Platte Cañon [Canyon].

Black Cañon of the Gunnison.

In Animas Cañon [Canyon].

Bridal Veil Falls, Williams Cañon.

Red Bluffs, lower cañon of Truckee, 179 miles from Sacramento.

Pleasant Valley, lower cañon of Truckee.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Falls no. 2, Cheyenne Cañon.

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

Falls no. 2, Cheyenne Cañon.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Pleasant Valley, lower cañon of Truckee.

Pillar of Jupiter, Williams Cañon.

Devil's Slide, Weber Cañon, Utah.

The Grand Cañon of the Arkansas.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

First construction train passing the palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

In Animas Cañon [Canyon].

Falls no. 3, North Cheyenne Cañon.

Pleasant Valley, looking west, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

Pleasant Valley, looking west, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Black Cañon of the Gunnison.

Sentinel Rock, Echo Cañon, Utah.

Falls no. 3, North Cheyenne Cañon.

Am. [American] River and Cañon from Cape Horn, river below railroad 1,400 feet. 57 miles from Sacramento.

Red Bluffs, lower cañon of Truckee, 179 miles from Sacramento.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Water from the rocks, on the Colorado Central Railroad, Clear Creek Cañon.

Tunnel No. 2, Echo Cañon, U.P.R.R. [Union Pacific Railroad].

View in the Cañon below the Vernal Fall, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

First construction train passing the palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Colorado Central [railroad], Mountain Division, through Clear Creek Cañon.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

A mighty sentinel in a trackless waste, Zoroaster Tower, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Devil's Slide, Weber Cañon, Utah.

Tunnel No. 2, Echo Cañon, U.P.R.R. [Union Pacific Railroad].

Tunnel no. 12, Strong's Cañon.

The Grand Cañon of the Arkansas.

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

Tunnel no. 12, Strong's Cañon.

Pillar of Jupiter, Williams Cañon.

View in cañon of Clear Creek, above Georgetown, Colorado Ter.

Bridal Veil Falls, Williams Cañon.

Peak in Platte Cañon [Canyon].

View in the Cañon below the Vernal Fall, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

View in cañon of Clear Creek, above Georgetown, Colorado Ter.

Peak in Platte Cañon [Canyon].

A mighty sentinel in a trackless waste, Zoroaster Tower, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Shoshone Indians, Ten Mile Cañon.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

Sentinel Rock, Echo Cañon, Utah.

Black Cañon of the Gunnison.

Alcove in palisades, Ten Mile Cañon.

The Little Iron Ute Spring, in Ingleman's Cañon famous for its tonic and blood purifuing qualities.(At foot of Pikes's Peak, Colo.)

The Little Iron Ute Spring, in Ingleman's Cañon famous for its tonic and blood purifuing qualities.(At foot of Pikes's Peak, Colo.)

Water from the rocks, on the Colorado Central Railroad, Clear Creek Cañon.

Colorado Central [railroad], Mountain Division, through Clear Creek Cañon.

Am. [American] River and Cañon from Cape Horn, river below railroad 1,400 feet. 57 miles from Sacramento.

A mighty sentinel in a trackless waste, Zoroaster Tower, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

The Devil's Cañon, Geysers. View looking up, Napa County, Cal.

The Tenaya Cañon, from Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.

The Devil's Cañon, Geysers. View looking down the Cañon, Sonoma Co., Cal.

The Devil's Cañon, Geysers. View looking down the Cañon, Sonoma Co., Cal.

Steamboat Geyser, Devil's Cañon, Geysers.

The Devil's Cañon, Geysers. View looking down the Cañon, Sonoma Co., Cal.

In the Devil's Cañon, Geysers.

Steamboat Geyser, Devil's Cañon, Geysers.

Steamboat Geyser, Devil's Cañon, Geysers.

The Devil's Cañon, Geysers. View looking up the Cañon, Sonoma Co., Cal.

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