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Pantheon. 1. Neb?; 2. Ehe; 3. The Hour; 4. The spirits?

[Titonwan country, Ponkas Indian country, Omaha Indian country, Yankton, country; middle left].

Railway machine shops at North Platte.

Omaha, towards Capitol Hill.

Grand Central Hotel, Omaha.

Children's Day decorations.

Children's Day decorations.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Spreading manure and plowing with tractor, Nebraska.

Tree Weber Canon, 1000 miles west of Omaha.

Farnham Street, Omaha.

Railway machine shops at North Platte.

Loading alfalfa with a hay loader, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Omaha, towards Capitol Hill.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

At Vemillion Nebraska in the distance also the Mo. [Missouri] River. Vermillion runs between the two houses.

Omaha Indian tent.

Farnham Street, Omaha.

At Vermillion, Dakota. Old channel of Mo. [Missouri] River and Nebraska in the distance.

Parlor at Grand Central Hotel.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Visscher's Block.

Parlor at Grand Central Hotel.

Tree Weber Canon, 1000 miles west of Omaha.

Devil's Gate - below the narrow gorge in Weber Canon and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Spreading manure and plowing with tractor, Nebraska.

Group of men posing in front of a building, Pawnee City, Nebraska.

[Nebraska section at the Exposition.]

Devil's Gate - below the narrow gorge in Weber Canon and 1022 miles from Omaha.

At Vermillion, Dakota. Old channel of Mo. [Missouri] River and Nebraska in the distance.

The Post Office building, Omaha, Nebraska.

Omaha Indian tent.

The Post Office building, Omaha, Nebraska.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Tree, Weber Canon, 1000 miles: west of Omaha.

At Vemillion Nebraska in the distance also the Mo. [Missouri] River. Vermillion runs between the two houses.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha.

Loading alfalfa with a hay loader, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Group of men posing in front of a building, Pawnee City, Nebraska.

[Nebraska section at the Exposition.]

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Grand Central Hotel, Omaha.

Visscher's Block.

Tree, Weber Canon, 1000 miles: west of Omaha.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha, looking west.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha, looking west.

Devil's Gate - in Weber Canon, three miles from its mouth, and 1022 miles from Omaha.

1-4. Chiropsisi pictus, Painted Chiropsis; 5-8. Chiropsis guttatus, Speckled Chiropsis.

Falco nigriceps, Western Duck-Hawk.

1-4. Acomus lactarius, Milk River Sucker; 5. Young of the same.

Podiceps californicus, California Grebe.

1-6. Pogonichthys communis, Nebraska Dace.

1-4. Salar lewisii, Lewis' Missouri Trout.

Podiceps occidentalis, Long-necked Grebe.

1. Eutania cooperi, Red Striped Garter Snake; 2. Eutania concinna, One Striped Garter Snake.

Title page.

Chiropsis constellatus, Starry Chiropsis.

1. Junco dorsalis, New Mexican Snow Bird; 2. Passerculus sandwichensis.

Musenium divaricatum, 1. Vertical section of a flower, 2. Fruit, 3. The same, with the mericarps separating, 4, 5. Cross section of the fruit and seeds. The details variously magnified.

A. Astragalus filifolius, 1. Pistil enlarged, 2. Cross section of the ovary enlarged, 3. Legume transversaly divided, 4. Same longitudinally divided; B. Astragalus bisulcatus, 5. Fruit with a leaf, etc., 6. Fruit, with the calyx, etc., transversely divided, enlarged to thrice the natural size.

Endolepis Suckleyi, 1. Staminate flower, 2. Vertical section of the same , with the lobes of the calyx inflexed, 3. Pistillate flower, with the involucre entire, 4. Same, with one side of the closed involucre cut away, 5. A 4-leaved calyx of a pistillate flower, 6. Pistillate flower with its 3-leaved calyx, the involucre removed, 7. Pistil, with its ovary divided, 7. Fruits in its involucre, 9. Same, with one side of the involucre cut away, 10. The seeds with its funiculus; the micropyle has become superior, 11. Embryo detached. The details all variously magnified.

1-4. Catostomus sucklii, Nebraska Sucker; 5. Young of the same.

Astragalus (Homalobus) serotinus, 1. Vexillum , wing, and a keel petal, 2. Stamens, etc, 3. Calyx and pistil, 4. Legume transversely divided, etc. The details magnified.

1. Pana halecina, Spotted Frog, b. under surface of head, c. under surface of left fore foot, d. under surface of left hind foot; 2. Rana boylii, Boyl's Frog (California), a. b. lateral and under views, c. d. as in preceding,; 3. Rana boylii, Boyl's Frog, young. b. c. as c. and d. in preceding; 4. Rana septentrionalis, Northern Frog (Fort Ripley, Minnesota). a. b. etc., as in preceding; 5. Rana catesbiana, Catesby's Frog. References as in Fig. 2.

Lepus washingtonii, Red Rabbit.

1. Omus Dejeanii; 2. Omus Audouinii; 3. Omus californicus; 4. Promecognathus laevissimus; 5. Agaosoma californicum, a. anteior tibia; 6. Cychrus tuberculatus; 7. Carabus taedatus; 8. Calosoma cancellatum; 9. Calosoma discors; 10. Trachypachys inermis; 11. Amphizoa Insolens; 11a. Amphizoa Insolens under viwew of head; 11b. under view of trunk; c. Antenna, d. anterior leg, e. posterior leg; 12. Thinopinus pictus; 13. Pleocoma fimbriata, a. antenna; 14. Amphicyrta chrysomelina; 15. Sinodendron rugosum, 16. Ancylochira Langii; 17. Ancylochira Gibbsii; 18. Perothops Witticki; 19. Exops ovicollis.

Pituophis sayi, Prairie Bull Snake.

Ambloplites aeneus, Black Bass, &c.

1. Lynx fasciatus, Red or Barred Lynx ; 2. Felis concolor, young? Panther.

Bernicla nigricans, the Black Brant.

1. Aspicottus bison, Buffalo Sculpin; 2. Leptocottus armatus, Slender Sculpin.

Orobus littoralis, 1. Vexillum, wing, and a keel petal, 2. Calyx, 3. Stamens, 4. Pistil, 5. Inner face of the style, 6. Legume, 7. Same with one valve removed. All the details except 6 and 7 enlarged.

Buteo Cooperii, California Hawk.

Eutania faireyi, young, Prairie Water Snake.

Scotophis vulpinus, Fox Snake.

1-4. Salnmo quinnat, young, Quinnat Salmon.

Corvus carnivorus, Northern Raven.

Pica hudsonica, Black-billed Magpie.

1. Regina grahamii; 2. Celuta amoena (Missouri).

1. Dipodomys ordii, Pouched Jumping Mouse (Fort Laramie, south); 2. Tamias townsendii var. cooperii, Cooper's Ground Squirrel.

1-4. Mylocheilus frateculus; 5-8. Mylocheilus lateralis.

1-4. Salmo gibbsii, Gibbs' Salmon Trout; 5-8. Salmo stellatus, Star-spotted Brook Trout.

1-3. Pimelodus olivaceus, Olive Colored Cat Fish; 4-6. Pimelodus catulus, Kitten Fish.

1. Bascanion vetutustus, Blue Racer (Washington Territory); 2. Regona Kirtlandii, Kirtland's Snake.

Corvus americanus, American Crow.

1. Dipodomys agilis, Pouched Jumping Mouse (California, Oregon?); 2. Neotoma occidentalis, Bushy Tailed Rat (coast of Washington Territory).

Strepsilas melanocephalus, Black-headed Turnstone.

1-4. Richardsonius balleatus, Steilacoom Killy; 5-8. R. lateralis, Spotted Killy.

1. Hesperomys texanus, Texas Mouse; 2. Perognathus flavus, Yellow Pouched Mouse, (Nebraska) ; 3. Hesperomys boylii, Boyle's Wood Mouse (Washington Territory to California).

Damalichthys vacca, Silvery Perch.

1. Ambystoma tenebrosum, Black Mudpup. b, head from above; 2. Ambystoma ingens, The Huge Mudpup. a. full view, b. side of head, c. head above, d. from below, e. f. g. as seen from below; 3. Ambystoma macrodactylum (Astoria, Oregon); 4. Ambystoma vehiculum (Astoria, Oregon); 5. Batrachoseps attenuatus, (California).

The White-headed Gull, Larus heermanni.

Fish

Fish

Crotalus confluentus, Prairie Rattle Snake.

Obione suckleyana, 1. Staminate flower spread open, 2. Pistillate flower in its involucre, 3. Same veritcally divided, 4. Fruit in its involucre, 5. Cross section of the same, 6. Longitudinal section of the same, 7. The seed vertically divided. Details variously magnified.

Eutania haydenii, Hayden's Garter Snake.