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Pacific Railroad Surveys, c. 1855
John Mix Stanley Engravings of Scenery
United States Pacific Railroad Explorations & Surveys 47th & 49th Parallels.
From St. Paul to Puget Sound by Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory, 1855.
Sarony Major & Knapp Lithographers, 449 Broadway, N.Y.

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Plate XIX.  A Cotton Wood Grove.

 
Plate XIX.  A Cotton Wood Grove.

Treated cottonwood was used by the UPRR for ties.



Plate XII.  Camp Red River.

Plate XII.  Camp Red River.

 


Plate XVI.  Fort Union, and distribution of Goods to the Assinniboines.

 
Plate XVI.  Fort Union, and distribution of Goods to the Assinniboines.

 
 


Plate XXVII.  Blackfeet Indians - Three Buttes.

Plate XXVII.  Blackfeet Indians - Three Buttes.

 
 
 


Plate XXIV.  Fort Benton.

Plate XXIV.  Fort Benton.

 
 


Plate X.  Herd of Bison Near Lake Jessie.

Plate X.  Herd of Bison Near Lake Jessie.

 
 

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