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Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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

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

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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.

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

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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.

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

Eshdûd, the ancient Ashdod. Called by the Greeks Azotus. The modern village stands on the slope of a hill, one hundred feet above the sea, and three miles from the shore. The green knoll in the foreground is crowned by the wely of Sheikh Ibrahim el Matbûk.

Magdala (Mejdel). Beyond the village is the fertile plain of Gennesaret. It is three miles long and one mile in width.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: On the Spit, after storm, smaller wreck protected by larger; This schooner was driven ashore, June 1900. Also smaller boats at right. Note guy ropes to shore, June storm 1900; Lighter washed up by storm. Wrecked lumber pile; tug cast ashore in Sept. storm. The lighter coming in is the only one that outrode gale, being held by anchored steamer, three miles out. About 100 lighters got away.

Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: One armed miner pumping while others carry sand and throw into machine. Before Sept. storm; Long wave on smooth sand; Plant on rails to draw up sand from the sea; Three miles from Nome.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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