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Mouth of the "Troandik" (plenty fish) River, from which the Klondike mining region takes its name, Alaska.
The Overhanging Boulder, Mid-night Cañon, Arizona.
A Pinion tree which plants its nuts 4000 feet below, Rowe's Point.
A mightly sentinel in a trackless waste - Zoroaster Tower.
The Castles, from head of Hance's Cove.
A mightly red rift in the earth - Bright Angel Canon from O'Neil's Point.
Thos. Moran, America's great scenic artist, sketching at Bright Angel Cove, Ariz.
In the limestone halfway down Grand View Trail(2).
Rounding Cape Horn on the Bright Angel Trail.
The Guardian Giants - work of erosion on the Rim.
The Serpentine Fault (asbestos deposit) from the south cliff of the Colorado River.
"The sinuous Colarado, yellow as the Tiber" - north from Bissell's Point.
[Sunset over the Grand Canyon of Arizona.]
Up the Colorado River from Pyrite Point to Zoroaster Tower.
Fathoming the depth of a vanished sea.
Up the Colorado River from Pyrite Point to Zoroaster Tower.
An eroded sentinel - survivor of the primeval flood.
Up the Colorado River from Pyrite Point to Zoroaster Tower.
In the limestone halfway down Grand View Trail.
Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River.
Beside the Colorado. Looking up to Zoroaster Tower from Pipe Creek.
North from Bissell's Point - looking up the Colorado River.
A mighty red rift in the earth - Bright Angel Canon from O'Neil's Point.
The tourist's view - Sentinel Point and Walcott Peak from Bright Angel Hotel.
Beside the Colorado - looking up to Zoroaster Tower from Pipe Creek.
Thos. Moran, America's great scenic artist, sketching at Bright Angel Cove, Ariz.
"The sinuous Colarado, yellow as the Tiber" - north from Bissell's Point.
Zigzagging down Red Canyon Trail. Sterecope Card. NYPL Collection.
Looking down upon Ayer's Peak, a mountain 600 feet high.
The Kachina dance to the rain-god, Hopi Indian village, Shonghopavi, Arizona.
South to the picturesque village of Wolpi [Walpi], first mesa, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona.
South to picturesque Wolpi, a mesa village of Hopi Indians, Arizona.
A wonder to the primitive inhabitants--Santa Fe train crossing Canon Diablo, Arizona.
South side of Wolpi, a Moki refuge from the Spanish conqueror, Arizona, U.S.A.
The mask of Kachina (Hopi Indians "rain maker"), village of Shonghopavi, Arizona.
Among the 30,000 cattle of Sierra Bonita Ranch, lassoing a yearling, Arizona.
From Red to San Francisco Mountains, a woody wilderness in sun-kissed Arizona.
Chief of the Kachina dance at the Moki (cliff dwellers), village of Sichomovi, Arizona.
The plaza, "Pueblo" of Mishonginovi, the second largest village of the cliff dwellers, Arizona, U.S.A.
A cattle round-up in Arizona, "cutting out" the cows and calves.
Inclines to the copper mines, Metcalf, Arizona.
Inclines to the copper mines, Metcalf, Arizona.
Government well, sole water supply for indian village of Oraibi, Arizona.
Najavo blanket weaving -- an Indian hogan (hut) on the Navajo reservation, Arizona.
The Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, California.
Mount of the Holy Cross, Colorado, U.S.A.
The Siamese Twins, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.
Balancing Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.
The Gateway of the Garden of the Gods, and Pike's Peak, Colorado, U.S.A.
Balancing Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.
Majestic Pike's Peak, through the Gateways of the Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.
Balancing Rock, Garden of the Gods, Colorado.
In the heart of the rockies, Grand Canyon of the Arkansas, Colorado, U.S.A.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.
A glimpse of the Suwanee River, Georgia.
The Greatest resin market in the world, loading ocean vessels, Savannah, Ga.
Stones and lava thrown upwards - eruption of Mokuaweoweo volcano, Hawaii, July 4-21, 1899.
Avenue of Royal Palms, Queen's Hospital grounds, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
In the heart of a banana plantation, Hawaiian Islands.
In the heart of a banana plantation, Hawaiian Islands.
Latest methods in man's ancient occupation -- ploughing on a prarie farm, Illinois.
In the great corn fields of eastern Kansas, U.S.A.
In the great corn fields of eastern Kansas, U.S.A.
In the great corn fields of eastern Kansas, U.S.A.
A little farmer girl and a splendid pair of Herefords -- bull and cow -- stock farm, Kansas.
Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.
The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.
The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.
The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.
The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.
The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee--New Orleans, La.
Public library, one of democracy's great institutions, Boston, Mass.
Fountain, Public Garden, Boston. Boston, MA. 19th Century Stereoscope Card.
The cradle of liberty, interior, Faneuil Hall, Boston--scene of epoch-making meetings of two centuries.
The cradle of liberty, Faneuil Hall, scene of historic assemblies, Boston, Mass.
The cradle of liberty, interior, Faneuil Hall, Boston--scene of epoch-making meetings of two centuries.
Bunker Hill Monument, Boston, Mass. Boston, MA. 19th Century Stereoscope Card.
Longfellow's home, Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Massachusetts. Stereoscope Card.
Elmwood--birthplace and residence of James Russell Lowell, Cambridge, Mass.
Elmwood--birthplace and residence of James Russell Lowell, Cambridge, Mass.
Stately old home of Longfellow, once Washington's headquarters, Cambridge, Mass.
Expert workman cutting leather, shoe factory, Lynn, Mass., U.S.A.
A poem in trees, Hunnewell's ground's, Wellesley, Mass., U.S.A.
A poem in trees, Hunnewell's ground's, Wellesley, Mass., U.S.A.
Prize winning sheep (thoroughbred Shropshires) in rich clover pasture, southern Michigan.
Whaleback freighters of ore and grain in canal, Sault St. Marie, Mich.
The way to fairyland, up stairway of flowers and through living gates, Como park, St. Paul, Minn.
Gigantic lily leaf (Victoria Regia)used as a raft--in charming Como park, St. Paul, Minn.
Gigantic lily leaf (Victoria Regia)used as a raft--in charming Como park, St. Paul, Minn.
Bridge over Mississippi, St. Louis, Mo.
Bridge over Mississippi, St. Louis, Mo.
Bridge over Mississippi, St. Louis, Mo.
Skeleton and cast of biggest known whale, 75 ft. long, caught off Newfoundlarid.
Biggest wheel on earth 240 ft. diam. with heaviest axle ever forged (56 tons), World's Fair, St.Louis, U.S.A.
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