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LL/24708
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
Back of stereocard
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24708

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LL/24709
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
The start from Camp Mojave, Arizona, September 13, 1871.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871, 13 September (taken)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24709 [Further details available]

2 of 101
LL/24710
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
The start from Camp Mojave, Arizona, September 13, 1871.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871, 13 September (taken)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24710 [Further details available]

3 of 101
LL/24711
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
2. View across Black Canon. the grand walls in perspective.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24711

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LL/24712
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
2. View across Black Canon. the grand walls in perspective.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24712

5 of 101
LL/24713
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
3. View down Black Canon, from Mirror Bar. the walls repeated by reflection.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24713

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LL/24714
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
3. View down Black Canon, from Mirror Bar. the walls repeated by reflection.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24714

7 of 101
LL/24715
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
4. Grotto Spring, Grand Canon, Colorado River.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24715

8 of 101
LL/24716
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
4. Grotto Spring, Grand Canon, Colorado River.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24716

9 of 101
LL/24717
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
5. Types of Mojave Indians. this tribe inhabits the region of the lower Colorado, or western Arizona. Physically they are the finest specimens in all the west, many of the males attaining to the height of 8 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24717

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LL/24718
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
5. Types of Mojave Indians. this tribe inhabits the region of the lower Colorado, or western Arizona. Physically they are the finest specimens in all the west, many of the males attaining to the height of 8 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24718

11 of 101
LL/24719
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
6. View of the Grand Canon walls, near mouth of Diamond River. From waterline to first shelf 1,500 feet; from shelf to top of table 3,500 feet. Distance from point of view to top of walls 3 miles.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24719

12 of 101
LL/24720
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
6. View of the Grand Canon walls, near mouth of Diamond River. From waterline to first shelf 1,500 feet; from shelf to top of table 3,500 feet. Distance from point of view to top of walls 3 miles.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24720

13 of 101
LL/24721
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
7. Mountain transportation. Pack mule, Pack and Packers.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24721

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LL/24722
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
7. Mountain transportation. Pack mule, Pack and Packers.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1871 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24722

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LL/24723
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
8. the Canon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canon of the Colorado. In the foreground is a dripping spring affording a shower bath. Temperature, 69O. Fahr.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24723

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LL/24724
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
8. the Canon of Kanab Creek, near its junction with the Grand Canon of the Colorado. In the foreground is a dripping spring affording a shower bath. Temperature, 69O. Fahr.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24724

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LL/24725
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
9. "the Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Canon. Temperature, 69O. Fahr.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24725

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LL/24726
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
9. "the Bath," a dripping spring in Kanab Canon. Temperature, 69O. Fahr.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24726

19 of 101
LL/24727
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
10. the mouth of Kanab Creek.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24727

20 of 101
LL/24728
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
10. the mouth of Kanab Creek.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24728

21 of 101
LL/24729
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
11. Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River, walls 2,100 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24729

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LL/24730
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
11. Mouth of the Paria, Colorado River, walls 2,100 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24730

23 of 101
LL/24731
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
12. View in the Grand Canon of the Colorado River.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24731

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LL/24732
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
12. View in the Grand Canon of the Colorado River.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24732

25 of 101
LL/24733
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
13. Marble Canon, one of the gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is gray limestone and the slope below a brilliant red sandstone.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24733

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LL/24734
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
13. Marble Canon, one of the gorges of the Colorado, here 1,200 feet deep. The steep cliff is gray limestone and the slope below a brilliant red sandstone.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24734

27 of 101
LL/24735
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
14. the northern wall of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap valley. The rounded rocks of the foreground are sand-stone.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24735

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LL/24736
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
14. the northern wall of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, near the foot of To-ro-weap valley. The rounded rocks of the foreground are sand-stone.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24736

29 of 101
LL/24737
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
15. the "Vermillion Cliff," a typical plateau edge, as seen from Jacobs Pool, Arizona. From its top, a plateau stretches to the right, and from its base another to the left. Their difference of level is 1,500 feet, and the step is too steep for scaling.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24737

30 of 101
LL/24738
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
15. the "Vermillion Cliff," a typical plateau edge, as seen from Jacobs Pool, Arizona. From its top, a plateau stretches to the right, and from its base another to the left. Their difference of level is 1,500 feet, and the step is too steep for scaling.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1872 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24738

31 of 101
LL/24739
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
16. Indian Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24739

32 of 101
LL/24740
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
16. Indian Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico; view from the interior.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24740

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LL/24741
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
17. Zuni Indian girl, with water olla.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24741

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LL/24742
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
17. Zuni Indian girl, with water olla.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24742

35 of 101
LL/24743
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
18. Gardens surrounding the Indian Pueblo of Zuni, in which are raised a variety of vegetables, such as pepper, onions, garlic &c.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24743

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LL/24744
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
18. Gardens surrounding the Indian Pueblo of Zuni, in which are raised a variety of vegetables, such as pepper, onions, garlic &c.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24744

37 of 101
LL/24745
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
19. Group of Zuni Indian, "Braves," at their Pueblo, N.M.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24745

38 of 101
LL/24746
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
19. Group of Zuni Indian, "Braves," at their Pueblo, N.M.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24746

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LL/24747
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
20. War Chief of the Zuni Indians.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24747

40 of 101
LL/24748
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
20. War Chief of the Zuni Indians.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24748

41 of 101
LL/24749
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
21. Ruins in Canon de Chelle, N.M., in a cavity in the wall, 60 feet above present bed of Canon. Height of walls about 700 feet. The present race of Indians know nothing of the age of these buildings or who occupied them.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24749

42 of 101
LL/24750
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
21. Ruins in Canon de Chelle, N.M., in a cavity in the wall, 60 feet above present bed of Canon. Height of walls about 700 feet. The present race of Indians know nothing of the age of these buildings or who occupied them.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24750

43 of 101
LL/24751
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
22. Circle Wall, Canon de Chelle. Here the Canon bends from an easterly direction, nearly due north, the walls maintaining a perpendicular height of about 1,200 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24751

44 of 101
LL/24752
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
22. Circle Wall, Canon de Chelle. Here the Canon bends from an easterly direction, nearly due north, the walls maintaining a perpendicular height of about 1,200 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24752

45 of 101
LL/24753
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
23. Explorers Column, Canon de Chelle, Arizona.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24753

46 of 101
LL/24754
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
23. Explorers Column, Canon de Chelle, Arizona.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24754

47 of 101
LL/24755
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
24. Central portion of Canon de Chelle, New Mexico. this Canon is one of the most remarkable in the west, and is noted for its beauty. The walls are of Red Sand-stone, nearly perpendicular, and at this point are 1,200 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24755

48 of 101
LL/24756
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
24. Central portion of Canon de Chelle, New Mexico. this Canon is one of the most remarkable in the west, and is noted for its beauty. The walls are of Red Sand-stone, nearly perpendicular, and at this point are 1,200 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24756

49 of 101
LL/24757
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
25. Camp Beauty, Canon de Chelle, walls 1,200 feet high, width of Canon at this point about one fourth of a mile.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24757

50 of 101
LL/24758
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
25. Camp Beauty, Canon de Chelle, walls 1,200 feet high, width of Canon at this point about one fourth of a mile.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24758

51 of 101
LL/24759
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
26. Aboriginal life among the Navajo Indians, Canon de Chelle, New Mexico. Squaw weaving blankets. The native loom. The blankets made are of the best quality, and impervious to water.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24759

52 of 101
LL/24760
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
26. Aboriginal life among the Navajo Indians, Canon de Chelle, New Mexico. Squaw weaving blankets. The native loom. The blankets made are of the best quality, and impervious to water.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24760

53 of 101
LL/24761
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
27. Navajo Indian Squaw and Child at their home in Canon de Chelle.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24761

54 of 101
LL/24762
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
27. Navajo Indian Squaw and Child at their home in Canon de Chelle.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24762

55 of 101
LL/24763
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
28. Navajo Boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N. M., now unoccupied by troops. The agency for the Navajos is located here.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24763

56 of 101
LL/24764
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
28. Navajo Boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N. M., now unoccupied by troops. The agency for the Navajos is located here.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24764

57 of 101
LL/24765
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
29. Navajo Brave and his Mother. The Navajos were formerly a warlike tribe until subdued by U. S. Troops in 1859-60. Many of them now have fine flocks, and herds of horses, sheep, and goats.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24765

58 of 101
LL/24766
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
29. Navajo Brave and his Mother. The Navajos were formerly a warlike tribe until subdued by U. S. Troops in 1859-60. Many of them now have fine flocks, and herds of horses, sheep, and goats.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24766

59 of 101
LL/24767
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
30. Apache Lake, Summit of Sierra Blanca Mountains, about 35 miles east from Camp Apache, Arizona, and 10,500 feet above sea-level. this lake is similar to many found in the western mountains.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24767

60 of 101
LL/24768
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
30. Apache Lake, Summit of Sierra Blanca Mountains, about 35 miles east from Camp Apache, Arizona, and 10,500 feet above sea-level. this lake is similar to many found in the western mountains.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24768

61 of 101
LL/24769
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
31. Coyotero Apache Scouts, at Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Mountains, Arizona. Two members of the Expedition in the back-ground.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24769

62 of 101
LL/24770
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
31. Coyotero Apache Scouts, at Apache Lake, Sierra Blanca Mountains, Arizona. Two members of the Expedition in the back-ground.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24770

63 of 101
LL/24771
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
32. Cooley's Ranch, 10 miles east of Camp Apache, Arizona. A characteristic mountain "Park" and Apache Indian Farm. Here the Apaches grow corn, wheat and a few vegetables.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24771

64 of 101
LL/24772
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
32. Cooley's Ranch, 10 miles east of Camp Apache, Arizona. A characteristic mountain "Park" and Apache Indian Farm. Here the Apaches grow corn, wheat and a few vegetables.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24772

65 of 101
LL/24773
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
33. Apache Indians, as they appear ready for the war-path.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24773

66 of 101
LL/24774
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
33. Apache Indians, as they appear ready for the war-path.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1873 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24774

67 of 101
LL/24775
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
34. Roman Catholic Church, Plaza of Guadaloupe, Guadaloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions, length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the fore-ground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24775

68 of 101
LL/24776
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
34. Roman Catholic Church, Plaza of Guadaloupe, Guadaloupe Co., Colorado. Built not many years since of adobes. Dimensions, length 120 feet; width 60 feet; height 25 feet. Grave yard in the fore-ground surrounded by an adobe wall about 6 feet in height.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24776

69 of 101
LL/24777
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
35. Beaver Lake, Conejos Canon, Colorado, 9,000 feet above sea-level, and 30 miles from mouth of Canon.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24777

70 of 101
LL/24778
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
35. Beaver Lake, Conejos Canon, Colorado, 9,000 feet above sea-level, and 30 miles from mouth of Canon.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24778

71 of 101
LL/24779
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
36. Canon, Valley of the Conejos River, looking south from vicinity of "Lost Lakes."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24779

72 of 101
LL/24780
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
36. Canon, Valley of the Conejos River, looking south from vicinity of "Lost Lakes."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24780

73 of 101
LL/24781
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
37. Lost Lakes, head of Conejos Canon, Colorado, in the Sierra San Juan range, near divide between Conejos and south fork of Alamosa Rivers, surrounded by a forest of Douglass spruce, and approximately 11,000 feet above sea-level.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24781

74 of 101
LL/24782
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
37. Lost Lakes, head of Conejos Canon, Colorado, in the Sierra San Juan range, near divide between Conejos and south fork of Alamosa Rivers, surrounded by a forest of Douglass spruce, and approximately 11,000 feet above sea-level.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24782

75 of 101
LL/24783
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
38. One of the group of Pagosa Hot Springs, showing incrustation on the surface. Much prized by the Indians and miners on account of supposed healing qualities. Principal mineral element, Sulphate of Soda.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24783

76 of 101
LL/24784
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
38. One of the group of Pagosa Hot Springs, showing incrustation on the surface. Much prized by the Indians and miners on account of supposed healing qualities. Principal mineral element, Sulphate of Soda.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24784

77 of 101
LL/24785
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
39. Pah-ge, a Ute Squaw, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24785

78 of 101
LL/24786
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
39. Pah-ge, a Ute Squaw, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24786

79 of 101
LL/24787
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
40. Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in "full dress."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24787

80 of 101
LL/24788
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
40. Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in "full dress."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24788

81 of 101
LL/24789
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
41. Jicarilla Apache Brave and Squaw, lately wedded. Abiquiu Agency, New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24789

82 of 101
LL/24790
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
41. Jicarilla Apache Brave and Squaw, lately wedded. Abiquiu Agency, New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24790

83 of 101
LL/24791
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
42. Shee-zah-nan-tan, Jicarilla Apache Brave in characteristic costume, Northern New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24791

84 of 101
LL/24792
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
42. Shee-zah-nan-tan, Jicarilla Apache Brave in characteristic costume, Northern New Mexico.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24792

85 of 101
LL/24793
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
43. Characteristic ruin of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of Canon Largo.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24793

86 of 101
LL/24794
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
43. Characteristic ruin of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of Canon Largo.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24794

87 of 101
LL/24795
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
44. Lagunas Caballo, or Horse Lakes, 14 miles NW from Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. the water of the lakes is strongly mineral and not fit for men or animals to drink.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24795

88 of 101
LL/24796
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
44. Lagunas Caballo, or Horse Lakes, 14 miles NW from Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. the water of the lakes is strongly mineral and not fit for men or animals to drink.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24796

89 of 101
LL/24797
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
45. Alpine Lake, in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado. One of a group of ten lakes at the main head of Ute Creek. 11,000 feet above sea-level, Cerro Blanco Peak rises 14,269 feet above the sea, lying to the westward.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24797

90 of 101
LL/24798
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
45. Alpine Lake, in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado. One of a group of ten lakes at the main head of Ute Creek. 11,000 feet above sea-level, Cerro Blanco Peak rises 14,269 feet above the sea, lying to the westward.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24798

91 of 101
LL/24799
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
46. Baldy Peak, Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 14,234 feet above sea-level. Limit in altitude of vegetation about 11,000 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24799

92 of 101
LL/24800
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
46. Baldy Peak, Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 14,234 feet above sea-level. Limit in altitude of vegetation about 11,000 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24800

93 of 101
LL/24801
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
47. Alpine lakes and mountain scenery in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 13,000 feet above sea-level.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24801

94 of 101
LL/24802
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
47. Alpine lakes and mountain scenery in the Cerro Blanco Mountains, Colorado, 13,000 feet above sea-level.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24802

95 of 101
LL/24803
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
48. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, Main Fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level, width of fall 800 feet from upper to lower level; Height of Canon wall at the falls, 1,000 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24803

96 of 101
LL/24804
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
48. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, Main Fall, 210 feet from upper to lower level, width of fall 800 feet from upper to lower level; Height of Canon wall at the falls, 1,000 feet.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24804

97 of 101
LL/24805
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
49. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber, and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24805

98 of 101
LL/24806
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
49. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho, looking through the timber, and showing the main fall, and upper or "Lace Falls."
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24806

99 of 101
LL/24807
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
50. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard, detail
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24807

100 of 101
LL/24808
Timothy H. O'Sullivan
50. Shoshone Falls, Snake River, Idaho. Gorge and natural bridge, in the fore-ground.
[Wheeler Survey, Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian]
1871-1874 (survey), 1874 (expedition)
Stereocard
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/24808

101 of 101
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