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Pioneer trails and scenes of the central Rocky Mountains region

Author: William Henry Jackson; Clarence S Jackson
Publisher: 1933.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Picture : No Linguistic Content
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Map of the trails and landmarks in the Rocky Mountain region used by the pioneers in the westward migration shows Oregon Trail, Overland Trail, and Mormon Trail routes. Lettering reads: "1. Buffaloes roamed the plains east of the Rocky Mountains. 2. Fording the upper crossing of the South Platte near Julesburg. 3. Chimney Rock region of the North Platte. 4. Fort Laramie established 1834 as a fur trading post. 5.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Film negatives
Panoramic views
Photographic prints
Imaged
Material Type: Graphic, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Henry Jackson; Clarence S Jackson
OCLC Number: 55113522
Notes: "No. 1" inked on verso.
Title in original, reproduced in photographic print.
Photographic print of a watercolor by William Henry Jackson, from the William Henry Jackson Collection at Scotts Bluff National Monument, hand colored by Clarence S. Jackson.
Legend and locations hand-lettered beneath watercolor in original.
Description: 1 photographic print : hand col. ; 18 x 34 cm. (7 x 13 1/2 in.) mounted on mat board 41 x 51 cm. (16 x 20 in.)
Responsibility: W.H. Jackson.

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Map of the trails and landmarks in the Rocky Mountain region used by the pioneers in the westward migration shows Oregon Trail, Overland Trail, and Mormon Trail routes. Lettering reads: "1. Buffaloes roamed the plains east of the Rocky Mountains. 2. Fording the upper crossing of the South Platte near Julesburg. 3. Chimney Rock region of the North Platte. 4. Fort Laramie established 1834 as a fur trading post. 5. Fremont crossing the Laramie plains in 1843. 6. Virginia Dale (Robbers Roost) Denver branch Overland Trail. 7. Deer Creek Station (Glenrock). 8. Platte Bridge (Fort Casper). 9. Red Butte arrival of Stuart and companions in 1812. 10. Sweetwater Station. Independence Rock. Devils Gate. 11. Transportation on the Oregon Trails. 12. Indians (Shoshonies [Shoshones]) of the South Pass region. 13. Fort Bridger, established 1843. 14. The Mormon hand cart immigration to Salt Lake. 15. Mormons entering Salt Lake Valley in 1847. 16. South Pass where the Oregon Trail divides into several branches. 17. 'Fort-niners' leave the Oregon Trail for California. 18. Fort Hall established by Wyeth in 1834. The Mormon and Overland Trails merge with the Oregon Trail at several points. Also: Pony Express riders and mountain men."

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