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Hot Springs Pool, Yellowstone - thumbnail
December 31, 1872

Hot Springs Pool, Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Hot Springs Pools, Lower Geyser Basin. 1872. U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden Survey). Stereoscopic view.

Attribution: USGS Library
Stereo studies among the Great Tetons of Snake River - thumbnail
December 31, 1872

Stereo studies among the Great Tetons of Snake River

Stereo studies among the Great Tetons of Snake River. Right Fork of Teton River. Teton County, Wyoming. 1872. (Stereoscopic views)

Attribution: USGS Library
Crater of the Grand Geyser, Yellowstone, WY - thumbnail
December 31, 1872

Crater of the Grand Geyser, Yellowstone, WY

Yellowstone National Park, Hot Springs and Geysers. Crater of the Grand Geyser. Nearly opposite the Castle and so named from the great force and power it displays in its eruptions, varying from 150 to 250 feet in height. For a space of 10 feet about the crater the surface is elegantly adorned with beautifully scalloped little reservoirs, filled with the clear, transparent

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Attribution: USGS Library
Mammoth Hot Springs — Yellowstone National Park - thumbnail
December 31, 1872

Mammoth Hot Springs — Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Mammoth Hot Springs. 1872. U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden Survey). Stereoscopic view.

Attribution: USGS Library
Pulpit Terrace in Mammoth Hot Springs Area - thumbnail
December 31, 1870

Pulpit Terrace in Mammoth Hot Springs Area

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Pulpit Terrace in the Mammoth Hot Springs area. U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden Survey). Stereoscopic view. Date Estimated

Attribution: USGS Library
Box Elder Canyon, WY - thumbnail
December 31, 1870

Box Elder Canyon, WY

Box Elder Canyon, near Fort Fetterman, southeast of Glenrock. Converse County, Wyoming. 1870. (Stereoscopic view)

Attribution: USGS Library
Granite rocks, at foot of Laramie Peak - thumbnail
December 31, 1870

Granite rocks, at foot of Laramie Peak

Granite rocks, at foot of Laramie Peak. Albany County, Wyoming. 1870. (Stereoscopic view)

Attribution: USGS Library
East from Independence Rock - thumbnail
December 31, 1870

East from Independence Rock

East from Independence Rock. Natrona County, Wyoming. 1870. (Stereoscopic view)

Attribution: USGS Library
Giants Club, Wyoming - thumbnail
December 31, 1869

Giants Club, Wyoming

Giants Club, Green River. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1869. (Stereoscopic view)

Attribution: USGS Library
Image: Elk in Northwestern Wyoming

Elk in Northwestern Wyoming

Elk congregate on the Camp Creek Feed Ground in northwestern Wyoming.

Image: Elk in Northwestern Wyoming

Elk in Northwestern Wyoming

Elk congregate on the Camp Creek Feed Ground in northwestern Wyoming.