5 The History of a Trademark.
20 The North Coast Limited.
27 The Custer Battlefield.
41 As The Train Rolls On.
55 The Land Of Greater Glories.
87 One of Lewis and Clark’s Men.
95 Over the Siskiyous.
99 The Sands of Nome.
2 Custer’s Last Stand.
6 The Korean Flag.
7 Monad drawing.
8 Sample of Bead Work of American Plains Indians, exhibiting crude balance to Monad and Tah Gook.
8 Design found on Pueblo (Zuni) Indian Pottery, resembling Tah Gook.
9 Triskelion Carved in Ashwood, from Scotland, showing resemblance to Tah Gook.
9 Adaptation of the Tah Gook found in Anam.
10 Shell Disk found in a Mound of the Mound Builders in Tennessee, resembling Tah Gook.
10 Prehistoric American Indian Emblem, showing resemblance to Chinese Monad.
11 The Cycle of Cathay.
12 General Ticket Offices: at Portland Tacoma Spokane Seattle.
12 Trademark by the Northern Pacific Railway.
13 General Ticket Offices: at Duluth Minneapolis Chicago Indianapolis Philadelphia.
14 Woo & Kieh.
14 Tai & Kieh.
15 Yin & Yang.
16 The Great Chinese Monad.
17 Korean Tah-gook.
17 Chinese Monad.
17 Modification of Chinese Monad, as Used in Japan.
19 Yin & Yang into Horseshoe.
22 “North Coast Limited” passing through yards at St. Paul, beginning its transcontinental journey.
22 The ‘North Coast Limited” at Union Station, St. Paul, ready for the start.
22 Rear of Observation Car of "North Coast Limited.” sixty miles an hour, on Yellowstone Division, Montana.
22 “North Coast Limited” under full headway, sixty miles an hour, on Yellowstone Division, Montana.
22 "North Coast Limited” on an up grade between Minneapolis and St. Paul.
24 Interior of Sleeping Car, North Coast Limited.
25 N. P. Ry Standard Dining Car.
25 N. P. Ry Observation Car facing Observation Platform.
25 Bathroom and Corridor, N. P. Ry. Observation Car.
25 N. P. Ry Observation Car facing Library.
25 Pullman First-class Sleeping Car.
25 “North Coast Limited“ Interiors.
26 Rocky Canon, near Bozeman, Mont.
26 Along the Clark Fork, Mont.
26 Entrance to Rocky Canon, nine miles east of Bozeman, Mont.
26 As seen from the Observation Platform of the “North Coast Limited“.
28 Frederick F. Gerard, Custer’s interpreter during the campaign of 1876.
28 Group of Officers and Ladies of 7th U. S. Cavalry, taken at Fort Abraham Lincoln.
29 General Custer and his officers.
31 Map of Custer Battlefield.
32 Where Lieutenant Crittenden Fell, showing first marker erected.
32 Where Custer Fell. (Soon after battle.) The bones are those of horses.
32 Grave of Captain Keogh, Showing first marker erected.
32 Graves of Unknown on Custer Hill. Just after battle.
32 Lieutenant Sturgis’ Grave as first marked.
33 First Monument erected on Custer Hill.
33 Custer Monument and Hill.
34 Reinterments. Looking Southwest from Custer Monument.
35 Looking toward Custer Monument from east of Custer Ridge.
35 Looking northeast from direction of Little Big Horn River.
36 Two Moon, a Cheyenne Chief, in Battle of Little Big Horn.
36 Stting Bull, Sioux Medicine Man, at Battle of Little Big Horn.
36 Rain-in-the-Face, a Hunkpapa Sioux, in Battle of Little Big Horn.
37 A Band of Sioux.
37 Old-Time Sioux Village.
39 Crow Indian Agency and Indian Tepees, on the Little Big Horn River.
40 Grave, Headstone, and Footstone of Capt. Wm. Logan.
41 Undressed Kids at White Bear Lake.
42 Brainerd Lumber Co.’s Plant and Logs, Brainerd, Minn.
42 Among Minnesota Lakes.
42 One Day at Lake Cathedral.
42 Bathing at Detroit Lake.
42 A Detroit Lake Launch.
42 Devil’s Chair, Dalles of St. Croix, Taylor’s Falls.
42 Early Morning in the Leech Lake Country.
42 A Deerwood Landscape.
42 Pukwana Lodge at Deerwood.
43 An Old Ojibway.
43 Indian Wigwam, Leech Lake Country.
43 Threshing Out No. 1 Hard Wheat in Red River Valley.
44 Carrying Home the Game. Pyramid Park, N. D.
44 The End of the Stalk. Pyramid Park, N. D.
44 Pyramid Park Cliffs of many colors.
44 Down the Missouri River. Above Bismarck and Mandan.
44 Eagle Butte, Yellowstone River.
44 Still they come. Pyramid Park, N. D.
44 Cranes Shot at Dawson, N. D., in one forenoon.
44 On the Range in Eastern Montana.
45 The Land of the Prairie Dog.
45 Prairie Dogs at Home.
45 A Group of Prairie Dogs Feeding.
47 The Rockies Sooth of Red Lodge, Mont.
47 U. S. Government Fish Hatchery at Bozeman, Gallatin Valley, Mont.
47 Placer Mining in Montana.
47 Palisades of the Yellowstone River.
47 Bozeman and Bridger Peale, Mont.
47 Tongue River and Dam ... twelve miles above Miles City, Mont.
48 Him Heap Fine Pappoose.
49 Along the Bitterroot River, Mont.
49 McDonald’s Peak. Mission Range, Mont.
49 Cabinet Gorge, Clark Fork Mont.
49 The N. P. Track follows Lake Pend d’Oreille for many miles.
49 On a Montana Trout Stream.
49 A Montana Nursery.
50 Billings, Mont.
50 Opera House, Jamestown, N. D.
50 Hope, Idaho.
50 Spokane, Wash.
50 Missoula, Mont.
50 City Hall, Tacoma.
50 Third Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
50 Portland, Ore., and Mount Hood.
52 Threshing Wheat in Polouse and Clearwater Country.
52 Standard Mine in the Coeur d’Alenes, Idaho.
53 At Lake Crescent, N. W. Washington. Reached from Puget Sound via Port Angeles.
53 Mount St. Helens and Glaciers. 9,750 feet elevation.
53 Mount Rainier. Elevation, 14,512 feet from Yelm Prairie.
53 The ride across the Cascade Range is replete with beautiful views.
54 Mount Adams in a Storm. 12,250 feet elevation.
56 On Headwaters of Green River, Wyo., Showing one of the Buttes characteristic of the region.
57 Jackson Lake and Three Tetons.
58 An Old Fur Caravan in the Snake River Country, Wyoming.
59 A Small Party of Trappers on the Move, in the Old Days of the Fur Trade.
59 A Beaver Dam.
60 Yellowstone National Park (map).
61 Signature of Warren A. Ferris.
62 Teaching Young Bruin How to Forage.
62 An elk on His Travels Through the Snow.
62 Soldiers Winter Cabin near Mud Volcano.
64 The Start Through the Park, from Mammoth Hot Springs.
65 Sliver Gate, Between Mammoth Hot Springs and Golden Gate.
65 Golden Gate, Showing concrete arches of the New Bridge.
65 Golden Gate, Showing roadway since reconstruction.
65 Roaring Mountain, Near Norris Geyser Basin.
65 Obsidian Cliff, A cliff of natural glass. Shows columnar structure and glass road at foot of cliff.
66 Mammoth Paint Pots, Lower Geyser Basin. Showing the boiling clay globules.
67 Kepplers Cascade.
68 Steamer Zillah. on Yellowstone Lake.
68 Yellowstone Lake and Absaraka Range East of Lake.
69 Mud Volcano.
70 Grand Canon Hotel.
70 A Park Road.
72 Electric Peak. From near head of Golden Gate, showing southern face.
74 Steaks and Roasts on the Hoof. Intended for Yellowstone Park Hotel Guests.
75 Off the Beaten trail in Yellowstone Park. 75 Devil’s Slide, Cinnabar Mountain, from Car Window.
76 Cleopatra Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs.
76 Jupiter Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs, from the south.
77 Orange Geyser at Mammoth Hot Springs.
78 Pearl Geyser, Norris Geyser Basin.
78 Norris Geyser Basin and Gallatin Range.
78 The Black Growler, a steam geyser, Norris Geyser Basin.
79 Great Fountain Geyser, Lower Geyser Basin, Evening.
79 Beryl Spring and Road in Gibbon Cañon.
81 Cone and Crater of Giant Geyser.
81 Tourists Watching Riverside Geyser.
81 Old Faithful Geyser.
81 Cone of Bee Hive Geyser.
81 Daisy Geyser.
81 The formation about Old Faithful.
81 At the Upper Geyser Basin.
83 Grand Cañon looking east. Grand Canon of the Yellowstone.
85 The Lower fall from the south side of the canon.
85 Tourists Climbing in the Grand Canon.
89 Bratton's Discharge, 1806. signed by Capt. Lewis.
90 Reverse of Bratton’s Discharge, 1806.
91 Bratton’s discharge, 1813.
91 Record of Bratton’s Birth, Written by Himself.
92 Prospector’s Camp in Buffalo Hump Country. Buffalo Hump Mountain in distance.
92 Elk City, Idaho. In heart of Buffalo Hump Country.
93 Ranch in Clearwater Valley, Idaho.
93 On the Clearwater River above Lewiston.
93 View of Salmon River, Idaho, from State Bridge.
93 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho. Lewiston is the metropolis of the Clearwater Country.
94 Monument over remains of Wm. Bratton, Waynetown, MD.
96 Mount Shasta by Moonlight.
97 At Shasta Springs. A fountain of natural soda water.
97 The Upper Sacramento River.
97 The Siskiyous and Rogue River Valley with storm sweeping over them.
100 Mouth of Snake River Nome, Alaska
100 Front Street, Nome, Alaska.
100 Interior of Miners’ Hut, Nurse, Alaska.
100 N. P. Ry. Office, Nome, Alaska.
100 Views at Nome, Alaska.
101 Beach at Nome in Spring of 1900.
101 Lighters coming in from ocean vessels to beach at Nome.
102 Top of Muir Glacier. Seen by the Tourist on the Alaskan Trip.
102 Greek Church, Unalaska, Alaska.
103 Paradise Bay and Mount Emma, Alaska
5 The Moraine Of The Glacier.
17 Mining in Montana.
55 2,000 Miles Through Storyland.
69 Among the Cheyennes.
81 The Tour Of The Park.
99 Puget Sound and Alaska.
2 Group Of Butte Mines.
6 He bagged this near Deerwood.
6 Portage, near Deerwood.
6 One days catch of black bass near Deerwood.
7 Old block house, Fort Snelling. Erected 1820.
7 Minnehaha Falls.
7 Old tower, Fort Snelling.
8 Central Park and heart of retail business section of St. Paul.
8 Gates Ajar, Como Park, St. Paul.
9 Court House, Minneapolis.
9 In Loring Park, Minneapolis.
10 Duluth, Minn.
10 White Bear Yachting Association dock. A calm evening.
11 Duluth, Minn.
11 Yachting on White Bear lake.
12 At Lindstrom, on Chisago lakes.
12 Black bass, Chisago lakes.
13 A pothole in Inter-State park.
13 The Sentinel of the Dalles. A wonderful profile.
13 Bird’s eye view of Dalles of St. Croix river.
14 Clarke lake. A gem in the Leech lake country.
14 Hauling logs in the Leech lake country.
14 Ojibwa Indians at Winnebigoshish lake.
15 Near Detroit lake.
15 One of the Detroit lakes.
16 Duck shooting on Detroit lakes.
18 Montana State Court.
18 Granville Stuart.
19 Pioneer, Mont. First gold found near here in 1852.
19 Near Pioneer. Showing bowlders thrown into piles by the old placer miners.
20 Hydraulic mining, in 1901, at Pioneer, Mont.
20 Riffle blocks, placed on bottoms of sluices to catch the gold in placer mining.
21 Pan washing. First stage of placer mining.
21 A gold rocker. Second stage of placer mining.
21 Hydraulic mining. Third stage of placer mining.
22 Bannack, Mont., in the 60’s.
22 First legislative hall, State of Montana, Bannack, 1863.
22 Ledge croppings of Mayflower mine, near Whitehall, Mont.
23 First Bank in Virginia City, Mont., still used as such.
23 Virginia City, Mont., in the 60’s.
24 Old Whitlatch-Union gold mill, near Helena, in the 60’s.
24 Prospectors inquiring about the trail.
25 4th of July, Nevada (Alder gulch), Mont., 1865.
26 "Bill” Fairweather, discoverer of Alder gulch.
26 Henry Edgar, discoverer of Alder gulch.
27 A Miners cabin.
27 View of placer rock dumps in Last Chance gulch in 1901.
27 Helena, Mont., May, 1860.
27 Main street, Helena, 1901. Occupies bed of Last Chance gulch.
27 Vouter Street, Helena, in the early days, showing Catholic Hospital.
28 From an old "Montana Post".
29 Views of Diamond City and Confederate Gulch in the 60’s.
29 White star locates Montana bar, above Confederate Gulch.
29 Black stars locate old mining flumes, across the mountains.
30 Ore transportation to the railway.
31 Facsimile of Ben. Holladay's stage coach advertisement, “Montana Post,” in the 60’s.
32 The two stumps shown were part of the scaffold posts on which Chief Plummer and two other road
agents were hanged, in 1864, at Bannack.
32 Road agent rock, on old stage road rendezvous etc. all over the between Bannack and Dillon, Mont.
33 The “North Coast Limited” of the 60’s.
34 Interior of a stamp mill.
34 Old mining flumes in Deer gulch, Mont., used in hydraulic mining.
35 First hoisting works of a mine after the windlass stage.
35 A mine in its adolescent stage.
35 The first chapter of ledge mining.
35 Steam dredge at Bannack, Mont.
36 Granite mine, Granite, Mont.
36 Granite Mountain Mining Co.‘s assay room.
37 St. Louis mill, near Marysville, Mont.
38 Drum Lummon mill, Marysville, Mont.
38 Marysville, Mont.
39 The old and the new Helena. Miners’ cabins in the gulch, public library, etc above.
39 Montana Club building, on site of discovery of Last Chance gulch.
39 U.S. assay office, Helena.
39 The beginning of the city of Helena
40 East Helena smelter.
41 Dam and electric power plant on Missouri river.
41 Big Butte, after which the city of Butte was named.
42 Butte in 1875.
42 School of Mines, Butte, Mont.
42 A Butte concentrator.
43 Hoisting engine, Nipper mine, Butte.
43 New style steel hoisting gallows, St. Lawrence mine,
43 Ready to lower.” Descending a deep mine shaft, Butte.
43 Gagnon mine, Butte.
43 Old Lexington mill, Butte.
44 A 60-ton crane in a Butte smelter.
44 Matte floor in a Butte smelter. Matte slabs at the right.
44 Converter room in a Butte smelter.
44 A Butte smelter.
44 Dumping slag by electricity at Butte.
45 General view of the new Washoe smelting plant of the Anaconda Company at Anaconda.
45 Water Flume in Walker’s gulch, that supplies New Anaconda works.
45 Self-supporting steel stack. Base, 30 feet, Diameter, 20 feet, Height, 225 feet.
45 Concentrator at new Anaconda works.
46 Miner’s cabin, Leslie mine, in winter months.
46 Elkhorn, Mont.
46 “The Cordwood Transportation Co." Elkhorn, Mont.
47 The Lake Shore mine, Madison Co., Mont.
47 A mine near Pony.
47 One method of ore transportation across the mountains in Madison Co. 7 miles long.
48 Miner’s Cabin - Gold Hill - in winter.
50 From the "Montana Post" in 1865.
50 From the "Montana Post" of January 28, 1865.
51 Market report taken from "Montana Post” of April 22, 1865.
52 Price list taken from “Montana Post” of January 28, 1865.
53 A miner’s home at Alhambra.
54 Pacific Express climbing the Rockies.
54 North Coast Limited” in Rocky canon, Mont.
54 "Lake Superior Limited.”
54 Twin City Express along Clark fork.
56 North Dakota Views.
56 Hauling grain on a Red river valley farm.
56 In the Coteau country, N. D.
56 Cowboys in the Pyramid Park Country.
56 A glimpse of the Pyramid Park (Bad Lands) country.
56 Eaton’s ranch, Medora, N. D.
56 Main street, Bismarck, N. D.
57 Northern Pacific Railway station, Bismarck, N. D.
57 A Flathead Indian family.
58 Wash-day at the ranch.
58 A herd of Montana sheep.
58 A bunch of Montana grouse.
59 A cattle herd well bunched, in Eastern Montana.
60 Flathead squaw and papoose.
61 Montana and Idaho Views.
61 University of Montana, Missoula, Mont.
61 On Middle Gallatin river, near Bozeman, Mont.
61 The Bridger range near Bozeman, Mont.
61 Cabinet gorge on Clark Fork river.
61 Along the Hellgate river, near Missoula, Mont.
61 A Gallatin valley ranch crop.
61 Just east of Logan, Mont., on N. P. R.
61 On Butte Air Line (N. P. R.)
61 On the Bitter Root river, showing Blodgett’s canon in distance.
61 Lake Pend d ‘Oreille, Idaho.
61 Rook Spire, on Butte Air Line (N. P. R.)
62 Spokane Falls, Spokane, Wash.
62 High school building, Spokane.
62 Combined harvester and thresher used in Palouse and Walla Walla regions.
63 A horse round-up in the Grand Coulee (Big Bend country), Wash.
63 Main street Lewiston, Idaho.
63 A good place for trout on Green river.
63 A bit of Northern Pacific Railway track along Green river.
64 Hotels at Hunter’s Hot Springs.
64 Fishing on the Yellowstone at Hunter’s Hot Springs.
64 Hunter’s Hot Springs.
64 Park opposite hotels, Hunter’s Hot Springs.
65 A suite at Green River Hot Springs hotel.
65 Green River Hot Springs hotel and Hot Springs mountain.
65 Dining room.
65 Billiard room.
66 Mount Hood from Portland.
66 Hooked at last.
67 Mount St. Helens from Portland.
68 Standard dining car, N. P. R.
68 Class S-3 road engine.
68 Interior of observation car “North Coast Limited,” N. P. R.
68 Interior of observation car showing library, “North Coast Limited,” N.P.R.
68 Interior of parlor car on “Lake Superior Limited.”
68 Class Y-3 modern compound mountain-helper-engine.
68 Interior of N. P. R. Tourist Sleeping Car.
70 Panoramic view of Lame Deer agency.
70 Cheyenne Indians on parade duly 4, 1899.
71 Rosebud Station.
71 Saddle Butte, in the Rosebud valley.
72 Fortress rocks.
72 A Wolfer's outfit on the Rosebud.
73 Coming in from the hills for rations.
73 A pony herd.
73 Just before the grub dance.
73 Troop of cavalry at Lame Deer agency.
74 An Indian camp on the Lame Deer.
74 A Cheyenne dance house and council room. Little used now.
74 Tongue river (Lame Deer) agency. Star shows school-house.
74 Bucks powwowing about pony races.
74 Beef drying.
75 Cheyenne local policemen. (Tall Bull is at the right end.)
76 Whe-ah Ay-vwah.
77 American Horse and family.
77 American Horse's camp and pony herd, Lame Deer reservation.
77 The chief's chair.
78 Ho-to-wah Wo-ko-mas.
78 White Bull being interviewed.
79 Brave Wolf and squaw.
79 Moon Two. A Cheyenne chief.
81 A park coach.
81 Geysers, Canons, and Wild Animals.
82 Golden Gate, showing new $10,000 concrete viaduct.
82 Gibbon Fall.
83 Hotel at Grand canon.
83 New hotel at Norris geyser basin.
83 Hotel at Mammoth Hot Springs.
84 The Gibbon river drive.
84 Tourists around Handkerchief pool.
84 Silver Gate and Bunsen peak.
84 Chocolate Spring along the Gibbon river.
84 Cooking a trout just caught in the river in the hot pool on the river bank.
84 A stretch of the Firehole river.
85 Yellowstone National Park (map)
86 Yellowstone lake, Stevenson island, and Lake hotel, from mountain back of hotel.
86 Steel steamer “Zillah,” on Yellowstone lake.
87 Lower fall from Point Lookout.
88 Terraces, Mammoth Hot Springs.
89 Liberty Cap, Mammoth Hot Springs.
90 The White Elephant.
90 Coating Spring terrace.
91 Sponge geyser.
92 Lone Star geyser.
92 Old Faithful geyser.
92 Riverside geyser.
92 Giant geyser.
93 Devils Ink Stand in eruption, Norris geyser basin.
94 Live cubs gnawing bones.
94 Black bears at supper.
95 On Antelope creek.
95 A park deer after the first snowfall.
95 "The Elk are the lords of the park".
96 Tame elk at Mammoth Hot Springs.
96 A beavers house in the park.
96 Reynard foraging in the snow.
96 Mother bison and her babies.
97 A herd of bison (buffaloes) feeding.
97 A monarch ruminating upon the disappearance of his race.
100 A sailing party on the sound.
100 End of big fir saw log.
101 A Puget sound lumber mill.
101 In a Washington forest.
102 Mount Ranier from Tacoma.
102 A Tacoma street.
103 Olympic Mountains, from Seattle.
103 Interior of new N.P.R. warehouse at Tacoma.
103 New N.P.R. docks and warehouses at Tacoma.
103 Latest arrival from Nome, at Seattle.
104 United States dry dock, Port Orchard.
104 Indian totem pole, Pioneer Place, Seattle.
104 Salmon, Seattle wharf.
105 Snoqualmie Falls Power Company’s shaft house.
105 Subterranean power station of Snoqualmie Falls Power Co.
105 Transmission wire line across the mountains of Snoqualmie Falls Power Company.
106 Snoqualmie Falls by moonlight.
106 Snoqualmie dam and power station.
107 Looking down Yukon river below Dawson.
107 An Alaskan Indian family.
107 Chief Skulkoh's totem pole, Howkau, Alaska.
112 Northern Pacific Railway Co. (route map)
5 Priest and Explorer.
19 The Last of the Mandans.
37 Nature's Masterpiece.
57 Irrigation in the Northwest.
71 One Hundred and Fifty Miles with a Pack Train.
87 In the Shadow of the Olympics.
95 Columbia River and Mt. Hood.
2 Mount Hood And Glaciers From Cloud Cap Inn, 11,225 feet high.
4 A Yellowstone River Trout.
6 St. Anthony Fall in 1903. Showing flouring mills at Minneapolis...
6 A group of rustic beauties (Leech Lake).
7 An Old map of New France and Louisiana.
9 Mille Lac, where Hennepin was taken by the Indians.
9 St. Paul, Minn.
10 Pike’s Plan of St. Anthony Fall, 1805.
10 In the Lake Park region.
11 Eastman’s St. Anthony Fall, 1853.
11 St. Anthony Fall, 1851.
11 Carver’s St. Anthony Fall, 1778.
11 Schoolcraft’s St. Anthony Fall, 1820.
12 Mississippi River at St. Anthony Fall, showing the recession from 1680 to 1887.
13 On the ducking grounds, Leech Lake Country.
14 Armory at University of Minnesota.
14 Minneapolis, Minn.
14 On White Bear Lake, near St. Paul.
15 Rapids in the Upper Mississippi.
15 Minneapolis and St. Anthony in 1857.
16 At Lindstrom, at Chisago Lake.
16 In the Leech Land country.
16 A catch of black bass at Balsam Lake.
16 In the Lake Park country.
16 Rapids of St. Croix, at Taylor’s Falls.
16 A sample of fish in Reno Lake, Deerwood.
17 Interior of Observation Car of "North Coast Limited", N. P. R.
17 Parlor Car, "Lake Superior Limited". Duluth Short Line of N. P. R.
17 Interior of N. P. P. Tourist Sleeping Car.
17 Standard Dining Car, N. P. R.
18 St. Anthony Fall and Flouring Mills, from east side of river.
20 “Legging,” a Mandan, telling of the olden times.
20 A young Mandan Indian.
21 The interior of the hut of a Monday Chief.
22 Old Mandan Earth Lodge, owned by "Kidney." The style of Masdan home in 1803.
22 Bird’s Bill and wife, Grosventre Indians.
22 Indian Medicine Poles.
23 Mandan family grouped around kettle of buffalo meat.
23 At Mandan village.
23 Catlin feasting with Mah-to-toh-pa.
23 Mah-to-toh-pa posing for Catlin in full dress.
24 A Mandan Village.
24 Dog Sledges of the Mandan.
25 Interior of a Mandan Earth Lodge. Lodge going to ruin.
25 Grosventre Indian Grave.
26 Pehriska-Ruhpa, Minnetaree Warrior in the costume of the Dog Dance.
27 Bison and Elk on the Upper Missouri.
28 Indians Hunting the Bison.
29 Old Timer, from Old Fort Berthold, now at Rev. C. L. Hall’s Mission, on the Berthold Reservation.
29 Indian Scholars at Browning Indian School.
29 Rev. C. L. Hall’s Mission, Fort Berthold Reservation.
29 Group of Berthold Reservation Indian Boys.
30 An Indian Ranch, Along the Missouri River near the Fort Berthold Reservation.
30 Congregational Church on Berthold Reservation, used by the Ree Indians.
30 The Agency at Elbowoods, N. D.
30 The Browning Indian School at Elbowoods Agency, Fort Berthold Reservation.
31 Union Railway Station, Portland.
31 N. P. R. Station, Bismarck, N. D.
31 N. P. R. Station, North Yakima, Wash.
31 N. P. R. Station, Bismarck, N. D.
31 Livingston Station, East Wing, and Lunch Room.
31 N. P. R. Station at Missoula, Mont.
32 Work of Indian School Children.
33 Work of Indian School Children.
34 Mato-Tope, A Mandan Chief.
35 “Two-Chiefs,” a Mandan, being interviewed...
36 One of the colored buttes along the Missouri that attracted the attention of Lewis and Clark.
38 White Elephant. Mammoth Hot Springs.
38 Riverside Geyser.
38 Giants Thumb and Liberty Cap.
38 Stage Coaches at railway station at Gardiner, Mont.
39 Black Growler, Norris Geyser Basin.
39 Climbing out of the Devil’s Kitchen.
40 Bathing Pool on shore of Yellowstone Lake.
40 New Roadway at Golden Gate.
40 Economic Geyser.
40 Along the shore of Yellowstone Lake.
40 Devil’s Punch Bowl.
41 Officers’ quarters and parade ground, Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs.
41 Near Norris Geyser Basin.
41 Bit of road near Hospital, Fort Yellowstone.
41 Obsidian Cliff and Road from south.
42 In Spring Creek Canon.
43 Road along Gardiner River.
43 Grotto Geyser.
44 The Devil’s Frying Pan.
44 Electric Peak to the right, And Mountains of the Gallatin Range from Swan Lake valley.
44 Road at Base of Obsidian Cliff.
45 Yellowstone National Park (map).
46 In Norris Geyser Basin "Constant Geyser" and "Black Geyser".
46 View of the Terraces.
46 Silver gate, Mammoth Hot Springs.
46 Road in Gardiner Canon.
46 Tourists walking on Geyser Biscuits.
46 Crater of Excelsior Geyser.
46 Mammoth Paint Pots, Midway Geyser Basin.
48 Castle Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin.
48 The Cone of Giant Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin.
48 Grand Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin.
48 Looking into the crater of Old Faithful.
48 Turquoise Spring, Midway Geyser Basin.
49 One of the Little Fellows.
50 Elk and Buffalo in Yellowstone Park.
50 Deer roaming in Yellowstone Park.
50 Bruin at Meal Time.
50 "Oh, how I love you!"
51 Lunch Station at west area of Yellowstone Lake and walk to Steamer Landing.
51 Steel Steamer Zillah, Yellowstone Lake.
51 Hot Spring Cone, Yellowstone Lake.
52 Bridge Bay and Mount Sheridan from Elephant Back, behind Lake Hotel.
52 Golden Gate Road, looking eastward from entrance to Cañon.
53 The Heart of the Grand Cañon.
54 Tourists overlooking the Lower Fall.
54 Grand Cañon from Grand View.
54 Tourists climbing in the Grand Cañon.
55 Lower Fall of Yellowstone, 308 feet high.
55 Upper Fall of Yellowstone, 109 feet high.
55 Grand Cañon Hotel, Yellowstone Park.
55 The Yellowstone Rapids above the Upper Fall.
55 Fawns in Yellowstone Park.
56 Coaches coming into Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel from Gardiner.
58 The Yellowstone River near Hunter’s Hot Springs, Mont.
58 Montana Beauties.
59 4,500 Sheep near Helena, Mont.
59 Loading Sheep at Columbus, Mont., for Eastern Markets.
60 Silk Skein Fall, Middle Creek Canon, near Bozeman, Mont.
60 The Gallatin Valley, Montana.
61 Sagebrush before irrigation.
61 A garden after irrigation.
61 A little Flathead Indian girl and doll.
62 Barley crop from one ranch in Gallatin Valley.
62 Farmers and Merchants Elevator, Bozeman, Mont.
62 Montana State Agricultural Buildings, at Bozeman, Mont.
62 Manhattan farm, Gallatin Valley, Mont.
63 Herd of horses on the moue in Eastern Montana.
64 Montana State Capitol, Helena.
65 Cattle scene, Western Montana.
65 A view of Jefferson Valley, Montana.
66 A ranch in the Bitter-root Valley.
67 The Gate of the Mountains, near Helena, Mont.
68 Potatoes grown by irrigation, Yakima Valley, Wash.
68 Stacking alfalfa at Parker Bottom, Yakima Valley, Wash.
68 Moxee Canal flume, Yakima Valley, Wash.
68 Northern Pacific Railway along Clearwater River.
68 Vineyard, Yakima Valley, Wash.
69 Headgate Sunnyside Canal, Yakima Valley, Wash.
69 Packing apples in Yakima Valley, Wash.
69 An irrigation flume, Yakima Valley, Wash.
69 Only four months after the sagebrush was cleared away.
70 Group of Cheyenne Indians at Rosebud Station.
72 N. P. R. bridge across the Clearwater at Kamiah.
72 Camp at Weippe Prairie.
73 On the Trail.
74 A clearing on the Weippe Prairie.
74 Clearwater Valley at Kamiah, Idaho, looking west Lawyer’s Canon in middle distance.
75 Pack horse lying down showing the method for tying on the pack.
75 Pack horse ready for packing.
76 Almost packed.
76 Packing up.
77 Drying out at Camp Weitus.
79 Grizzly Bear and Cubs.
79 A Hunters Camp in the Bitter-Root Range.
80 Looking toward Kamas Prairie from the Rocky Ridge.
81 Passenger Engine Class “P-3. Used on Northern Pacific’s Duluth Short Line.
81 The N.P.R. "Doctor's Special" on the way to Yellowstone Park.
81 Excursion Train near Scoria.
81 North Coast Limited Eastbound along Yellowstone River.
81 Lake Superior Limited.
82 In Spokane, Wash.
82 Court House, Tacoma, Wash.
82 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
82 Spokane Falls, Spokane, Wash.
82 Helena Residences.
82 Tacoma, Wash.
84 Our camp in the mountains.
85 Bull Elk.
85 The Clearwater Valley, Lewiston, Idaho.
85 White Tail Deer in Bridger Range.
86 Mountain Goats.
88 Port Townsend.
88 Glendale Dairy Farm.
88 Port Townsend from Harbor.
90 The Washington Mill Co.’s Saw Mill, Hadlock, Wash., on Port Townsend.
91 Looking down Green River.
91 Mount Rainier.
91 U. S. S. “Iowa” in Dry Dock, at Port Orchard, Wash.
91 U. S. Post Office and Custom House.
91 Unloading Freight at Nome City, Sept. 28, 1899.
92 Farms on Discovery Bay.
92 A few cows from valley farm herd - H. L. Blanchard.
93 Irondale Smelter, owned and operated by Pacific Steel Co.
94 Public school (Lincoln Building), Olympic range.
95 Lighthouse at junction of Willamette and Columbia rivers.
96 Lava Column on the Columbia.
96 Columbia River. Castle Rock in the distance.
96 Cape Horn, Columbia River.
97 Rooster Rock.
98 Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier from Portland and the Columbia River.
98 Portland Harbor and Willamette River.
99 Steamer Bailey Gatzert and Portland, Oregon, wharves.
99 Salmon Cannery on Lower Columbia River.
100 Astoria, Ore. and Tongue Point.
100 Latourelie Fall.
101 Cascade Locks and steamer Dalles City entering locks.
102 Multnomah Fall.
102 Castle Rock (Beacon Rock of Lewis and Clark).
104 The Great or Celilo Fall.
106 Lounging-room and fire-place, Cloud Cap Inn.
106 Cloud Cap Inn and Mount Hood.
106 Cloud Cap Inn.
107 Mount Hood, from Columbia River.
112 NPRR Route map.
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