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Mexican Burro, or Donkey.

Burros packing wood.

Druidical stones, Manitou Park.

The first settlers, Manitou Park.

The oldest inhabitant, Manitou Park.

The mountain demon, Manitou Park.

Park hotel, Manitou Park.

Park hotel, Manitou Park.

Rural cottage, Manitou Park.

Balancing Rock, near Manitou, Col. (Estimated weight 300 tons. Four miles from Colorado Springs.)

Canon City.

Soda Spring, Canon City.

The "Mule shoe."

Dump Mountain, looking at north-east corner.

"The Mule shoe."

Sangre de Cristo station, summit of the range. Veta Mountain in the distance.

Sangre de Cristo station, summit of the range. Veta Mountain in the distance.

Natural photograph of a bear on the rocks of the Purgatoire River.

The largest cottonwood tree in Colorado, Fifth Street, South Pueblo.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

The railway on the end of Dump Mountain.

West side of Dump Mountain, looking east.

West side of Dump Mountain, looking east.

North side of Dump Mountain, looking down the grade.

North side of Dump Mountain, looking down the grade.

Mount of the Holy Cross. Sawatch Range.

Park City. A new mining camp, up Stray Horse Gulch, two miles east of Leadville.

R. C. Luesley's burro pack train, in a mountain pass, loaded with merchandise for his store at Silverton, San Juan.

Silver ore train.

Silver ore train.

The Colorado Springs hotel.

Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking south, with Cheyenne Mountain in the distance.

Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking south, with Cheyenne Mountain in the distance.

Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado, looking south, with Cheyenne Mountain in the distance.

Colorado Springs, Colorado, May 1st, 1880.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking north-east.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking east.

Views of Colorado Springs, from the cupola of the Public School building, looking east.

Cheyenne Canon. Six miles from Colorado Springs, Virginia Peak and Sphynx.

The three falls, Cheyenne Canyon, 150 feet high, from the bed of the canyon.

Looking toward the entrance to the canon between the "Pillars of Hercules."

Cheyenne falls, 330 feet high. Six miles from Colorado Springs.

The Seven Falls, of Cheyenne Canyon.

The Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canyon.

Silver mining, Colorado. The Grayhound Lode (Galena), Cheyenne Mountain.

The Gate, on the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

The Gateway, entrance to the Garden of the Gods, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.

Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods, 100 feet high.

Garden of the Gods. The Mushroom. Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Balancing Rock. On the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One mile from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

The Gate, on the new road from Manitou to Garden of the Gods. (One miles from Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado.)

Porter's lodge, at entrance. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

The Punch Bowl, Queens Canon, Glen Eyrie.

The Punch Bowl. Five miles from Maniout House, Manitou, Col.

Glen Eyrie.

Glen Eyrie from the north, showing Echo Rock, Garden of the Gods, and Cheyenne Mountain.

Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs. Echo Rock, 200 feet high.

Major Domo," 127 feet high, Glen Eyrie.

Railroad building.

Grand Canon of the Arkansas.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, looking up.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, looking up.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

View of men on the railroad.

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

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

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas.

Leadville, Colorado. (Apr. 23, [18]79)

Leadville, Colorado. General view looking west.

Leadville, Colorado. General view looking west.

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Grace Greenwood's cottage at Manitou, Col.

Beebee house, Manitou Springs, Colorado.

The celebrated mineral sprigns, at Manitou, Col.

The celebrated soda springs, at Manitou, Colorado.

The celebrated soda springs, at Manitou, Colorado.

The celebrated soda springs, at Manitou, Colorado.

Ute Pass house.

Ute Pass house.

Grace Greenwood's cottage, at Manitou, Col.

Manitou House, Manitou, Colorado. Showing the summit of Pike's Peak, ten miles distant.

The famous "Iron Ute" spring, at Manitou, Colorado.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in the distance, 14,336 feet high.

Manitou, Colorado. Pike's Peak in the distance, 14,336 feet high.

The Cliff House, and soda springs, Manitou, Colorado.

Monument Park. Phantom rock.

Monument Park. The Sentinel.

The Utes' Medicinal monument, Monument Park.

The Colonnade, Monument Park.

Natural monuments in Monument Park. Two sisters and two bachelors. (Nine miles from Colorado Springs.)

Austin's Glen. (Natural monuments.) Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Pike's Peak, 14,336 feet high, from Pike's Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs.

Split rock on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Summit of Pike's Peak. Perpetual Snow.

Above the clouds, summit of Pike's Peak, July 1, 1876.

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