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to compile as comprehensive as possible a listing numbers and titles of individual
stereographs of Arizona from the Powell Expeditions.If you have examples that
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Survey Stereographs by Year - 1874
Views on the Green
236 Flaming Gorge.
237 Centre of Horse-shoe Canon.
This canon is 25 2/3 miles long and from 1800 to 2500 feet deep.238 Heart
of Red Canon.
239 Rapid in Red Canon.
240 Low water in Red Canon.
241 Rocks of Red Canon
of Lodore Series.
This canon is 20 3/4 miles long and from 1800 to 2700 feet deep.242 The Gate
243 The canon from above.
244 Buttressed Walls.
245 Reflected Cliff.
246 A Rapid.
247 A lone Mexican.
248 Cliffs of Lodore.
Views (all by
Views on Vermillion Creek.
This is a little stream in the south western part of Wyoming Territory. It empties
into the Green River at the foot of Brown's Park. Its course is through an extensive
district of bad-lands.
114 Sculptured Rocks.
115 Fantastic Rocks.
116 Rock Spire. 250 feet high.
117 The Tower. 200 feet high.
Views on Ashley's Creek.
is a tributary of the Green River in the north-eastern corner of Utah Territory.
The Indian name of this stream is Tsau-war-nav-its.
The Turn Pinnacles.
119 The Teapot.
on Brush Creek.
This stream is a tributary of the Green River in the north-eastern
corner of Utah Territory. The Indian name of this stream is Ka-shu Nu-kwint.120
Canon of the Ka-shu Nu-kwint. looking up.
121 Canon of the Ka-shu Nu-kwint. looking down.
122 Alcove Wall.
123 The Canon from above.
124 Side Gulch.
125 Lateral Gorge.
Lake Canon Series.
Lake Canon is a lateral gorge.
(Upper Lake in Lake Canon)
2 Pa-ro-wits. (Middle Lake in Lake Canon)
3 Pa-ro-wits. (Middle Lake in Lake Canon) (duplicate - not printed)
4 Pa-vai-o-wits. (Lower Lake in Lake Canon)
5 Lower Pa-ro-gunt. (Largest
6 Upper Pa-ro-gunt. (Dripping Cave Lake)
7 Middle Canon of the Kanab.
8 Middle Canon of the Kanab. (duplicate - not printed)
Views (all by
of the Colorado Valley.
tribe of Indians living in Uinta Valley on the eastern slope of the Wasatch
Mountains in Utah. 89 Ta-vah-puts, Chief of the Uintats.
90 Home of Ta-vah-puts.
91 Nau-no-kwits and his Eagle.
92 Nau-no-kwits and Ku-ri-en.
93 Tau-ruv (wife of Won-ro-an) in full dress.
94 Tau-ruv sitting.
95 Pah-ri-ats in full dress.
96 Pah-ri-ats in summer costume.
97 Indians counting.
98 The Messinger.
99 The Messinger in full
100 Indian boy and his dog.
101 The Mirror Case.
102 Sai-ar's Home.
103 Sai-ar and his Family.
104 The Maiden.
105 Indian Girl on Horseback.
106 Babe in Cradle.
107 The Boy in the Cedar.
108 Shi-rah-rah, wife of To-ka-woh-ner.
109 The Elk-skin Tent.
110 The Warrior and his
111 The Watch Tower.
112 Antero, War chief of the Uinta Utes.
113 Home of Antero.
114 Boy and Girl.
115 Met at the Spring.
116 The present of a Necklace.
117 The old man comes on the scene.
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