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    • Wind River Mountains

    • Wind River Range (Wyo.); Wind River (Wyo. : River); Watercolors
    • Depicts a winding river with the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming in the distance.
    • Wind River Mountains

    • Wind River Range (Wyo.); Watercolors
    • Depicts a river winding through flatlands with a snow-covered mountain range on the horizon. These are the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming as seen by William Henry Jackson from the Sandy River in 1866.
    • Dying Gaul

    • Hellenistic ; Pergamene
    • Ancient Roman marble copy after lost Hellenistic bronze original from Pergamon. Overall frontal view.
    • Dying Gaul

    • Hellenistic ; Pergamene
    • Ancient Roman marble copy after lost Hellenistic bronze original from Pergamon. Overall view from front right.
    • Dying Gaul

    • Hellenistic ; Pergamene
    • Ancient Roman marble copy after lost Hellenistic bronze original from Pergamon. Detail view: head, upper torso, & upper left arm seen from front right.
    • Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • livestock sod buildings sidesaddle riding windmills horses cattle swine sod houses agricultural buildings
    • Identified from left to right: Lizzie Wells (a visiting neighbor); Mary, Hennie, Robert J., Frank, Michael, Nora, Will, Anne holding Alice, and Robert G. Ferritor. About the Picture of the Robert Garrett Farritor Homestead - Custer Co. Nebraska...
    • Field of rye

    • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington DC Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection United States Nebraska Overseas Picture Division photographer small towns Nebraska farming farmers Field...
    • TITLE: Lancaster County, Nebraska. Field of rye CALL NUMBER: LC-USF34- 065784-D [P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USF34-065784-D (b&w film neg.) MEDIUM: 1 negative : safety ; 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches or smaller. CREATED/PUBLISHED: 1942 May. ...
    • Chimney Rock sketch

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Geology--Nebraska; Rock formations--Nebraska; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract The younger Arikaree deposits, carried by water, covered the older Brule formation. The latter is hundreds of feet thick. Repeated cycles followed: wind deposition and erosion, stream deposition and erosion.
    • Chimney Rock sketch

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Geology--Nebraska; Rock formations; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract About 35 million years ago, thick sediments carried by wind and streams began to cover the present Nebraska panhandle. Wind-deposited sediments in the form of ash originated with volcanic eruptions to the west. Volcanic activity and...

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