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    • 1000 Mile Tree

    • Railroads -- Track; Railroads -- Employees; Photographic prints
    • Abstract Depicts men working on railroad tracks near a tree with a sign in its branches that reads, 1000 Mile Tree.
    • 1870 First Pack Outfit

    • Horsemen and horsewomen -- West (U.S.); Mules -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 2 men on horseback with a loaded pack mule. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1871 Yellowstone

    • Yellowstone National Park; Horsemen and horsewomen -- Yellowstone National Park; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a column of mounted men alongside a reflective lake. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1872 at the Tetons

    • Photographers -- West (U.S.); Teton Range (Wyo. and Idaho); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts William Henry Jackson and an assistant working on glass negatives on a rocky ledge, a large box camera on a tripod and 2 horses are in the background. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1874 Dr. Sullivan in the Tetons

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Teton Range (Wyo. and Idaho); lantern slide
    • Abstract Depicts a man seated on the ground near a small tent. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1875 Group of the USGS at Colorado Springs

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 8 men gathered around a table. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1875 Party

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 6 members of the 1875 USGS Survey, including William Henry Jackson; 4 are holding rifles. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • Alcove Springs

    • Donner Party; Alcove Springs (Kans.); Watercolors
    • Depicts members of the Donner Party stopped at Alcove Springs in eastern Kansas on May 26, 1846. A man is chiseling the words ""Alcove Spr May 26 1846"" on a rock near a pool of water. Alcove Springs in eastern Kansas was named by the Donner Party...
    • Along the Rio Virgin, 1867

    • Virgin River; Landscape -- Utah; Pencil works; Drawings
    • Abstract Depicts a river lined with tall grass and high bluffs. The Rio Virgin as seen by William Henry Jackson in 1867.
    • Along the Sweetwater Near Split Rock

    • Locomotion -- West (U.S.); Split Rock (Natrona County, Wyo.); Watercolors
    • Depicts the various methods of transportation used on the overland trails, including: packmules, Pony Express, stagecoaches, wagons, and travois. All this is set in central Wyoming.
    • Along the Union Pacific Railroad

    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942; Photographers -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts William Henry Jackson in the doorway of a small tent he used as a portable darkroom. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • Ambush

    • Brigands and robbers -- United States; Ink drawings
    • Depicts a horseman approaching a shadowy figure hiding behind some bushes.
    • Approaching Chimney Rock

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Wagon trains -- Oregon National Historic Trail(U.S.) ; Watercolors
    • Depicts a train of emigrant wagons pulling into camp near the base of Chimney Rock in western Nebraska.
    • Approaching South Pass

    • Wagon trains -- Oregon National Historic Trail; South Pass (Wyo.); Pencil works; Drawings
    • Abstract Depicts an Oregon Trail scene with a wagon train approaching a line of mesas.
    • Ash Creek Canyon

    • Canyons -- Utah; Pencil works; Drawings
    • Depicts a very rugged mountain landscape. This is Ash Creek Canyon, Utah as seen by William Henry Jackson during his westward journey in 1866.

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