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Nez Perces Indians of Idaho.

Bulk head, Rock Creek sluice.

Perpendicular walls of granite. (As seen ten minutes after sunrise.) Locality: Chicago Lakes, located in the Switzerland of Colorado. 11,800 feet above sea leve, 14 miles from Idaho Springs.)

Copper plate sluice at Bonanza bar.

Copper plate sluice at Bonanza bar.

Upper end of sluice at Bonanza bar.

Placer mining in Idaho.

Sheep grazing, Snake River valley, Idaho, U.S.A.

Idaho Springs.

Idaho Springs.

Idaho from the East.

The hot baths, at Idaho Springs.

The hot baths, at Idaho Springs.

Flume across Rattlesnake Gulch.

Lava bluff and Snake River valley.

Holyoke Camp.

Copper plate sluice at Bonanza bar.

Placer mining, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Sheep grazing, Snake River valley, Idaho, U.S.A.

["Unknown river emerging from banks of Snake River, Idaho".]

Shoshone Camp.

Virginia Canon, a deep gorge, through which the wagon road from Central to Idaho gains an elevation of 2,000 feet in three miles.

Dewey's Point from Eagle beach, Shoshone.

Shoshone Falls from below, Idaho.

Idaho Springs town end.

Idaho Springs.

Idaho Springs.

Idaho.

Idaho.

Upper end of sluice at Bonanza bar.

Virginia Canon, a deep gorge, through which the wagon road from Central to Idaho gains an elevation of 2,000 feet in three miles.

Gravel bank, Shoshone.

Gravel bank, Shoshone.

American Falls.

Placer mining, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Camp of Juniper Gold Mining Co.

Camp of Juniper Gold Mining Co.

Camp of Juniper Gold Mining Co.

Canvas tables, extension of No. 2.

Looking down river from bluff, showing Rock Creek bar.

Holyoke Camp.

Holyoke Camp.

Flume across Rattlesnake Gulch.

Looking up Snake River from Juniper Bluff.

Looking up Snake River from Juniper Bluff.

Hot soda springs and baths, Idaho, Colorado Ter.

Idaho, Fall River.

Mammoth Bath, Idaho Springs.

Ocean Bath, Idaho Springs.

Shoshone Falls from below, Idaho.

Idaho from the East.

Baths at Idaho.

Idaho.

Mammoth Bath, Idaho Springs.

View in S. Clear Creek. (Two miles up the creek from "Fall River House" and four miles above Idaho.)

Ocean Bath, Idaho Springs.

Shoshone Camp.

American Falls.

Nez Perces Indians of Idaho.

Canvas tables, extension of No. 2.

Looking down river from bluff, showing Rock Creek bar.

Placer mining in Idaho.

Gold mining in Idaho.

Gold mining in Idaho.

Perpendicular walls of granite. (As seen ten minutes after sunrise.) Locality: Chicago Lakes, located in the Switzerland of Colorado. 11,800 feet above sea leve, 14 miles from Idaho Springs.)

Lava bluff and Snake River valley.

Hydraulic mining, Idaho.

Hot soda springs and baths, Idaho, Colorado Ter.

Idaho, Fall River.

Baths at Idaho.

Flume across Rattlesnake Gulch.

Flume across Rattlesnake Gulch.

Looking up Snake River from Juniper Bluff.

Looking up Snake River from Juniper Bluff.

Holyoke Camp.

Copper plate sluice at Bonanza bar.

Idaho Springs town end.

Idaho.

View in S. Clear Creek. (Two miles up the creek from "Fall River House" and four miles above Idaho.)

Hydraulic mining, Idaho.

Dewey's Point from Eagle beach, Shoshone.

Camp of Juniper Gold Mining Co.

Bulk head, Rock Creek sluice.

["Unknown river emerging from banks of Snake River, Idaho".]

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber, and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber, and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Main fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level; height of cañon walls at the falls, 1,000 feet. A number of minor falls, islands, and boulder rocks among the main falls add beauty to the lonely majesty of this scene.

Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber, and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."

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