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

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

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.

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

The Post Office building, Omaha, Nebraska.

Omaha Indian tent.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha.

Tree Weber Canon, 1000 miles: west of Omaha.

Grand Central Hotel, Omaha.

Farnham Street, Omaha.

Tree Weber Canon, 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.

Grand Central Hotel, Omaha.

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.

Omaha, towards Capitol Hill.

Tree Weber Canon, 1000 miles west of Omaha.

Farnham Street, Omaha.

Omaha Indian tent.

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

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

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

Tree Weber Canon, 1000 miles west of Omaha.

Farnham Street, Omaha.

The Post Office building, Omaha, Nebraska.

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

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

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

Omaha Indian tent.

The Post Office building, Omaha, Nebraska.

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.

Thousand mile tree, 1000 miles West of Omaha.

Grand Central Hotel, Omaha.

Tree, Weber Canon, 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.

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

Coggins House, Omaha.

Coggins House, Omaha.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Coggins House, Omaha.

View of Omaha, N.T. from Capital Hill (1).

View of Omaha, N.T. from Capital Hill (1).

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66 (2).

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66 (2).

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66 (2).

View of Omaha, N.T. from Capital Hill (1).

Excurs. party 275 mile W. of Omaha, Oct. 24, '66

View of Omaha Bridge.

View of Omaha Bridge.

View of Omaha Bridge.

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Omaha, Nebraska 1867 looking north from Forest Hill.

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Typed narrative-reconstruction, 1867-1869. "Omaha and the Union Pacific"

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Birds eye view of Omaha, Nebraska.

Hon. William Jennings Bryan and his wife, at their house, Omaha, Nebraska.

Union Pacific Railroad bridge to Omaha.

Union Pacific Railroad bridge to Omaha.

Hon. William Jennings Bryan and his wife, at their house, Omaha, Nebraska.

Union Pacific Railroad bridge to Omaha.

Hon. William Jennings Bryan and his wife, at their house, Omaha, Nebraska.

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