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Introduction
345.01   Landscape photography in nineteenth century North America
Surveys of the American West
345.02   Landscape surveys of the American West
345.03   Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel - Clarence King (1867-1869)
345.04   U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey - Ferdinand V. Hayden (1867-1869)
345.05   Survey west of the 100th Parallel - George Montague Wheeler (1869-1879)
345.06   Timothy O'Sullivan: Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (1871-1874)
345.07   River explorations - John Wesley Powell (1869-1872)
Significant locations
345.08   Colorado: Mountain of the Holy Cross
345.09   A Rephotographic Survey of the American West: Mountain of the Holy Cross
345.10   Utah: Devil's Slide
345.11   California: Yosemite Valley
Photographers
345.12   Samuel A. Bemis: The White Mountains of New Hampshire
345.13   Thomas Easterly: Chouteau's Pond
345.14   Elias Olcott Beaman: The Grand Canyon (1871)
345.15   William Henry Jackson: Landscapes
345.16   John K. Hillers: Landscapes of the American West
345.17   Carleton E. Watkins and the Yosemite Valley (California, USA)
345.18   H.H. Bennett: Wisconsin Dells
345.19   George Fiske: Yosemite
345.20   L.A. Huffman: The Rage of Huffman and the Calmness of Nig (1883)
345.21   Ansel Adams: Illustrated Guide to Yosemite Valley (1946)
345.22   Edward Weston: Oceano Dunes
345.23   Brett Weston: Deserts
345.24   Mitch Dobrowner: Landscapes
Railroads
345.25   The importance of railroads in the development of the American West
345.26   James Fitzallen Ryder: Photographic Views on the Atlantic & Great Western Railway (1862)
345.27   Andrew J. Russell: The Great West Illustrated in a Series of Photographic Views Across the Continent, Taken Along the Line of the Union Pacific Railroad, West from Omaha, Nebraska
345.28   A.J. Russell: Golden Spike Ceremony, Promontory Point, Utah (10 May 1869)
345.29   Alexander Gardner and others: Across the continent on the Kansas Pacific Railroad
Rephotographic Surveys
345.30   Rephotographic Survey Project
345.31   Mark Klett on The Rephotographic Survey Projects
New Topographics
345.32   New Topographics (1975)
The acceptance of change
345.33   William A. Garnett: Aerial views of Californian suburbia
345.34   Robert Adams: The construction of suburbia
345.35   Bill Owens: Suburbia
 
  
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