Finding aid of the Dr. Margaret Long Papers
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Finding aid of the Dr. Margaret Long Papers
Collection number: 90.253.4109Autry Library
Autry National Center of the American West
Los Angeles, California
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- Date Completed:
- April, 2000
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Title: Dr. Margaret Long Papers
Collection number: 90.253.4109
Creator: Long, Margaret, b.1873
Collection Size: 1 linear foot
Repository: Autry National Center. Institute for the Study of the American West
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Abstract: Research files for the publication, The Shadow of the Arrow, a History of Death Valley and Early Travelers Through the Area. The files consist of photostatic and typed copies of documents and maps, and a total of 133 photographs.
Physical location: Autry Library
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English
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[Item identification] Dr. Margaret Long Papers, 90.253.4109. Autry Library, Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA
Dr. Long was a Denver, Colorado, medical doctor and author with a strong interest in Death Valley and its early pioneers. Dr. Long was also interested in pioneer trails in the West. On an automobile trip in 1921, Dr. Long and a friend became the first women to enter Death Valley alone. Author of: The Shadow of the Arrow (1941); The Smoky Hill Trail (1943); Automobile Logs of the Smoky Hill and Other Pioneer Trails in Colorado, Oklahoma, and New Mexico...(1943); and The Santa Fe Trail: Following the Old Historic Pioneer Trails on the Modern Highways (1954).
Research files for the publication, The Shadow of the Arrow, a History of Death Valley and Early Travelers Through the Area. The files consist of photostatic and typed copies of documents and maps, and a total of 133 photographs. The 133 black and white photographs were originally in four notebooks and one folder. The majority of the photographs feature desert scenes in California, Arizona, Utah, and the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde in Colorado. 82 photographs are attributed to professional photographer Stephen H. Willard of Palm Springs, California. Layout pages for the publication consist of 38 black and white photographs of Death Valley, the majority with captions. Another group consists of 30 black and white photographs not related to the publication. Subjects include landmarks along pioneer trails to the West, a chuckwagon, a stagecoach, and a large group of people with pro-disarmament signs. Dr. Long appears in photos of the Grand Canyon and a Pacific-Electric Railway car. Photostatic and typed copies include stories and articles about the "Jayhawkers of 1849" who traveled through Death Valley, their hardships, and reunions of the group in later years. The 19 page photograph album, "Our Oregon Trail Research Companion," was presented to Dr. Long in 1946. It consists of 63 black and white snapshots. The majority are sites, landmarks, and monuments along the Oregon Trail.
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Long, Margaret, b. 1873
Willard, Stephen H.
Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.) -- Photographs
Deserts -- Photographs
Oregon National Historic Trail -- Photographs
Photograph ablums.Shadow of the Arrow.
Shadow of the Arrow
Box 1: Research Files - Notebook #1 90.253.4109.1.1 - The Highest and the Lowest points of elevation. Death Valley, 274 feet below sea level, and Telescope Peak, 11,045 ft. above sea level, (1801) 90.253.4109.1.2 - Mountains, (1802) 90.253.4109.1.3 - Rhyolite, (1803) 90.253.4109.1.4 - Furnace Creek, (1806) 90.253.4109.1.5 - Mushroom Rock, (1807) 90.253.4109.1.6 - Harmony Borax Wagons, (1808) 90.253.4109.1.7 - Sand Dunes Near Panamint, (1814) 90.253.4109.1.8 - Sand Dunes, (1816) 90.253.4109.1.9 - Cliffs in Amargosa Canyon, west side, (1817) 90.253.4109.1.10 - Valley from Ryan, (1818) 90.253.4109.1. 11 - Cliffs in Amargosa Canyon, East side, (1819) 90.253.4109.1.12 - South from Chlirode[sic](chloride) Cliffs, (1846) 90.253.4109.1.13 - Death Valley landscape, 90.253.4109.1.14 - Car amid wild burros, 90.253.4109.1.15 - Sand Dunes, 90.253.4109.1.16 A grave in Death Valley near the sign to Cow Spring and 4 or 5 miles north of Furnace Creek Ranch. See page 24 in The Shadow of the Arrow. 90.253.4109.1. 17 - Brush amid flat land, (1901) 90.253.4109.1.18 - Rocks and Mountains, (1911) 90.253.4109.1.19 - Mushroom Rock, (1990) 90.253.4109.1.20 - Sand Dunes, (1916)
Research Files - Notebook #2 90.253.4109.2.1 - Mountain View, (1820) 90.253.4109.2.2 - Grave Near Old Eagle Borax, (1821) 90.253.4109.2.3 - Death Valley Junction, (1827) 90.253.4109.2.4 - Ryan, (1830) 90.253.4109.2.5 - Avawatx Mountain, (1840) 90.253.4109.2.6 - Mts. Near D.V. Junction, (1845) 90.253.4109.2.7 - Eagle Mountain, (1847) 90.253.4109.2.8 - Furnace Creek Ranch from near Skidoo, CA, (1850) 90.253.4109.2.9 - Black Mountains, (1864) 90.253.4109.2.10 - Valley and Panamint Mts. From Black Mts. Foothills, (1866) 90.253.4109.2.11 - Devil's Golf Course, (1867) 90.253.4109.2.12 - Furnace Creek Ranch, (1869) 90.253.4109.2.13 - Ryan distant view, (1870) 90.253.4109.2.14 - Ghost City of Rhyolite, book The Shadow of the Arrow, p.22. 90.253.4109.2.15 - letter from Dr. Margaret Long about Furnace Creek Canyon 90.253.4109.2.16 - Furnace Creek Wash - showing road from Ryan, (1905) 90.253.4109.2.17 - Eagle Mountain, (1847) 90.253.4109.2.18 - Furnace Creek Ranch, (1929)
Research Files - Notebook #3 90.253.4109.3.1 - Salt Beds and Black Mtns. showing colorations in hills, (1805) 90.253.4109.3.2 - Death Valley from Daylight Pass, (1809) 90.253.4109.3.3 - Telescope Peak from Furnace Creek Hills, (1815) 90.253.4109.3.4 - Salt Beds and Black Mountains, (1804) 90.253.4109.3.5 - Road near Chloride Cliffs, (1860) 90.253.4109.3.6 - Sierras from Chloride Cliffs, (1861) 90.253.4109.3.7 - Looking out of Canyon south of Furnace Creek, (1871) 90.253.4109.3.8 - View of Valley over Furnace Creek badlands, (1848) 90.253.4109.3.9 - Bonnie Claire, Nevada, (1888) 90.253.4109.3.10 - Valley and Mountains, (1893) 90.253.4109.3.11 - Clay lands amid foothills, (1912) 90.253.4109.3.12 - View in Death Valley down Rhodes Wash, (1845) 90.253.4109.3.13 - Near Barstow 90.253.4109.3.14 - Titus Canyon, Grapevine Mountains, (1858) 90.253.4109.3.15 - Flat land below mountains, (1898) 90.253.4109.3.16 - Chuchawalla Valley 90.253.4109.3.17 - Brush and foothills, (1901) 90.253.4109.3.18 - Furnace Creek Hills, (1903) 90.253.4109.3.19 - Furnace Creek Hills in distance, (1904) 90.253.4109.3.20 - Mountains and Valley, (1936) 90.253.4109.3.21 - View of Valley from Mountains, (1909) 90.253.4109.3.22 - Corkscrew Canyon, (1910) 90.253.4109.3.23 - Death Valley, Golden Canyon? (1963) 90.253.4109.3.24 - Looking down Emigrant Wash, (1907) 90.253.4109.3.25 - Furnace Creek Hills, (1999)
Research Files - Notebook #4 90.253.4109.4.1 - Road 90.253.4109.4.2 - Titus Canyon with Ford car 90.253.4109.4.3 - two large trees in desert landscape, (1499) 90.253.4109.4.4 - road, (1600) 90.253.4109.4.5 - San Javier Mission, Arizona, (1644) 90.253.4109.4.6 - Cactus landscape, (1686) 90.253.4109.4.7 - Painted Rock, Carrizo Plain National Monument, (2032) 90.253.4109.4.8 - Magazine clipping about Rainbow Bridge 90.253.4109.4.9 - Rainbow Natural Bridge, San Juan County, Utah (99) 90.253.4109.4.10 - newspaper photo of Palm Canyon 90.253.4109.4.11 - San Jacinto Mountains map 90.253.4109.4.12 - Brigham Young burial site, Salt Lake City, UT 90.253.4109.4.13 - (1268) 90.253.4109.4.14 - (1585) 90.253.4109.4.15 - (1499) 90.253.4109.4.16 - (1475) 90.253.4109.4.17 - (1581) 90.253.4109.4.18 - Spring House, (George L. Bean, Denver) 90.253.4109.4.19 - Spring House 90.253.4109.4.20 - Spruce Tree, (George L. Bean, Denver) 90.253.4109.4.21 - Crater Lake, Patterson 90.253.4109.4.22 - Superstition Mountain, (E.D. Hallett, Phoenix) 90.253.4109.4.23 - cactus amidst mountains, Scottsdale, AZ 90.253.4109.4.24 - Trees amidst mountains, (1731) 90.253.4109.4.25 - Two cars in valley 90.253.4109.4.26 - Arizona Cactus 90.253.4109.4.27 - San Xavier Mission, Arizona 90.253.4109.4.28 - San Xavier Mission del Bac Mission, Founded 1692 90.253.4109.4.29 - San Xavier Mission, Arizona 90.253.4109.4.30 - San Xavier Mission, Arizona
Research Files - Photographs - Various Desert Scenes 90.253.4109.5.1 - Death Valley and High Sierra from Chloride Cliff 90.253.4109.5.2 - (1819a) 90.253.4109.5.3 - (1888) 90.253.4109.5.4 - Julian Grade through Grapevine Mountains - Road to Leadfield, CA (1886) 90.253.4109.5.5 - Julian Grade through Grapevine Mountains - Road to Leadfield (1886) 90.253.4109.5.6 - Woolling down the Emigrant Wash, (1907) 90.253.4109.5.7 - Colored Hills below Furnace Creek, (1912) 90.253.4109.5.8 - Furnace Creek Ranch, (1869) 90.253.4109.5.9 - Furnace Creek Ranch, (1869) 90.253.4109.5.10 - Furnace Creek Ranch, (1869) 90.253.4109.5.11 - desert landscape 90.253.4109.5.12 - Superstition Mountain, (E.D. Hallett, Phoenix) 90.253.4109.5.13 - Cliffs in Amargosa Canyon, east side, (1817) 90.253.4109.5.14 - desert landscape, (1824) 90.253.4109.5.15 - Grave near old Eagle Borax, (1821) 90.253.4109.5.16 - Rainbow Natural Bridge, San Juan County, Utah, (SJ - 131, O.J. Grimes, SLC, UT) 90.253.4109.5.17 - Providence Spring, Argus Mts.; Salt Canyon, Argus Mts. 90.253.4109.5.18 - South Panamint Valley - 1)Looking west across the Dry Lake to Fish summit, Slate Mts. 2)Looking east to mouth of Goler Wash, Panamint Mts. 90.253.4109.5.19 - Ruins of Rhyolite, 90.253.4109.5.20 - Warning sign at Beatty, NV, 2 copies 90.253.4109.5.21 - Furnace Creek Canyon 90.253.4109.5.22 - Furnace Creek Canyon 1)Looking up and east to Furnace Creek Canyon, from Furnace Creek Ranch 2)Looking East towards the Funeral Mts. From Furnace Creek Ranch, 2 copies 90.253.4109.5.23 - Furnace Creek Ranch 1)sign to Tule Hole, Bennetts Well, Wonder Mine, and Salt Wells 2)Looking west across Death Valley to the Panamint Mts 90.253.4109.5.24 - Road and mountain view 90.253.4109.5.25 - 1)Old Emigrant Road, Salt Wells Death Valley 2)Death Valley, looking south from Hell Gate Pass 90.253.4109.5.26 - Bennett's Well, Death Valley 90.253.4109.5.27 - Anvil Springs in the Panamint Mountains, Looking east in Butte Valley to the head of Johnson Canyon 90.253.4109.5.28 - desert landscape 90.253.4109.5.29 - Joshua Tree Mojave Desert, (Farmer's Photo, Pomona) 90.253.4109.5.30 - Man and girl on rocks 90.253.4109.5.31 - Old Emigrant Oregon and Overland Trail, Ford and Bridge Logs
Research Files - Photostatic Copies - #1 of 2 90.253.4109.6.1 - "The Valley of Death" 90.253.4109.6.2 - "The Jayhawkers Meet", Galesburg, Ill., Feb. 4, 1895, 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.3 - "Jayhawkers Reunion", February 1894, 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.4 - Panama Transit Ticket ad, 1854 90.253.4109.6.5 - "The Next Reunion", May, 1896 90.253.4109.6.6 - "Jayhawkers to Meet Again", Feb. 4, 1897 90.253.4109.6.7 - "Death's Valley", Feb. 3, 1897 90.253.4109.6.8 - "Story of Death Valley", Jan. 19, 1896 90.253.4109.6.9 - "Jayhawkers Anniversary", March 1896 90.253.4109.6.10 - "The Horrors of Death Valley", New York Times, Sept. 16, 1894 90.253.4109.6.11 - "The Jayhawkers", Beaver Valley Tribune, Nov. 26, 1897 90.253.4109.6.12 - "Survivors of the Perils of Death Valley", Beaver Valley Tribune, Feb. 11, 1898, 3 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.13 - "The Jayhawkers Oath", Sacramento, 1898 90.253.4109.6.14 - Letter from Brier to Colton(Jayhawker), May 22, 1908 90.253.4109.6.15 - Letter from Brier to Colton, June 20, 1900 90.253.4109.6.16 - Letter from Brier to Colton, Nov. 30, 1902 90.253.4109.6.17 - Letter from Brier to Colton, May 13, 1900 90.253.4109.6.18 - Letter from Brier to Deacon Richard, Jan, 20, 1898, 3 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.19 - Letter from Brier to Colton, Jan. 19, 1899 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.20 - Letter from Georgia Read to John G. Ellenbecker concerning the Jayhawkers, Feb. 27, 1940 - 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.21 - Letter from Georgia Read to John G. Ellenbecker concerning the Jayhawkers, Mar. 6, 1940, 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.22 - Letter from Georgia Read to John G. Ellenbecker concerning the Jayhawkers, Mar. 19, 1940, 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.23 - "Death of Aged Woman Recalls First Trip Through Death Valley", Bancroft Library, 1913, 2 pgs. 90.253.4109.6.24 - "Thomas Shannon's Journey of Peril", San Jose Daily Mercury, Nov. 16, 1903
Research Files - Photostatic Copies - #2 of 2 90.253.4109.7.1 - Sheldon Young's Log, 1849, 21 pgs. 90.253.4109.7.2 - Envelopes 90.253.4109.7.3 - Letter from Theophilius Taylor to John Wilson, Dec. 5,1859 90.253.4109.7.4 - Manley Map of Jayhawk journey in 1849 90.253.4109.7.5 - Map Close-up of Nevada, 3 copies 90.253.4109.7.6 - Map Close-up of Sierra Nevadas to Death Valley 90.253.4109.7.7 - Map Close-up of Searles Lake, 2 copies 90.253.4109.7.8 - Map Close-up of Death Valley and Panamint Mtn region, 2 cop. 90.253.4109.7.9 - Map Close-up of Death Valley, Panamint Mts., Panamint Valley, and Slate Mnts., 2 copies 90.253.4109.7.10 - Faded Map of Death Valley 90.253.4109.7.11 - Faded Map of Death Valley
Research Files - Typed Copies of Documents 90.253.4109.8.1 - Recollections of Gustavus C. Pearson, a California 49'er, 1880, typed manuscript with attached notations from Margaret Long 90.253.4109.8.2 - The Inyo Independent, Independence, California, July 26, 1884, letter
Box 2 Page Layouts - "The Shadow of the Arrow" - 1 of 2 90.253.4109.10.1 - photograph, Saltbeds in Death Valley 90.253.4109.10.2 - photograph, Road descending to Death Valley from Hell Gate Pass in Boundry Canyon 90.253.4109.10.3 - photograph, Death Valley from Hell Gate Pass, (1846) 90.253.4109.10.4 - photograph, Pass from Tappepak Spring to Forty Mile Canyon 90.253.4109.10.5 - photograph, Death Valley 90.253.4109.10.6 - photograph, Groom Dry Lake looking south towards the Kelly Mine 90.253.4109.10.7 - photograph, Death Valley 90.253.4109.10.8 - photograph, Trees marking Avivil(?) Spring and the Striped Butte in Butte Valley 90.253.4109.10.9 - photograph, Hot Springs indicated by mesquite trees in Furnace Creek Canyon 90.253.4109.10.10 - photograph, Death Valley at the Furnace Creek Ranch looking toward the Funeral Mts. 90.253.4109.10.11 - photograph, The road from Furnace Creek Ranch up Furnace Creek Canyon toward the Funeral Mts. 90.253.4109.10.12 - photograph, Groom Dry Lake, Nevada 90.253.4109.10.13 - photograph, a grave in Death Valley near the sign to Cow Springs and four or five miles north of Furnace Creek Ranch 90.253.4109.10.14 - photographs, Reverend and Mrs. Brier and their three sons(lt.) and Mrs. Julia W. Brier(rt.) 90.253.4109.10.15 - photograph, Ascending from Southern Death Valley 90.253.4109.10.16 - photograph, Triple Tanks 90.253.4109.10.17 - photograph, Road descending Panamint Mts. To North Panamint Lake
Page Layouts - "The Shadow of the Arrow" - 2 of 2 90.253.4109.11.1 - photograph, monument and tombstones of Shorty Harris and Jim Dayton 90.253.4109.11.2 - photograph, Buttes like Indian baskets upside down 90.253.4109.11.3 - photograph, Telescope Peak towering above Bad Water 90.253.4109.11.4 - photograph, Captain Wesley Smith, the Forty-niner 90.253.4109.11.5 - photograph, The shoulder of Papoose Mountain overlooking Papoose Dry Lake in the distance 90.253.4109.11.6 - photograph, Sand dunes north of Salt Wells 90.253.4109.11.7 - photograph, Death Valley 90.253.4109.11.8 - photograph, Funeral Mountains rising from sun-baked clay of Death Valley 90.253.4109.11.9 - photograph, Rhyolite's graveyard 90.253.4109.11.10 - photograph, warning sign at Beatty, Nevada 90.253.4109.11.11 - photograph, Furnace Creek Canyon 90.253.4109.11.12 - photograph, Ghost town of Rhyolite 90.253.4109.11.13 - photograph, Telescope Peak overlooking Death Valley salt beds 90.253.4109.11.14 - photograph, Striped Butte in Butte Valley 90.253.4109.11.15 - photograph, Groom Dry Lake looking north from the Kelly mine 90.253.4109.11.16 - photograph, Main Street, Rhyolite, Nevada 90.253.4109.11.17 - photograph, Hell Gate Pass Road to Death Valley 90.253.4109.11.18 - photograph, Ghost town of Rhyolite, Nevada
Page Layouts - Maps - "The Shadow of the Arrow" 90.253.4109.12.1 - Manly's Map of Jayhawkers' Route in 1849, South of Salt Lake 90.253.4109.12.2 - Automobile Road Map of 1940 and approximate map of Manly's Jayhawker's Route 90.253.4109.12.3 - Road Map of Panamint and Death Valleys 90.253.4109.12.4 - Road Map of Emigrant and Amargosa Valleys 90.253.4109.12.5 - Map of the Emigrant and Amargosa Valleys
Photographs - Various Subjects 90.253.4109.13.1 - 2 photographs, Dr. Long at the Grand Canyon (2nd from left), Ap. 21, 1926 90.253.4109.13.2 - photograph, Dr. Long at the Grand Canyon, Jul. 11, 1925 90.253.4109.13.3 - 2 photographs, Dr. Long (2nd from left in middle row in top photo) 90.253.4109.13.4 - 4 photographs 1)Fort Halleck monument in Ruby mts. of Nevada 2)Owen Wister monument in Medicine Bow, Wy. 3) Old Chuckwagon 4)Remains of old trail to CA 90.253.4109.13.5 - postcard: Hot Springs National Park, Ark. And photograph: 11/19/30 90.253.4109.13.6 - 2 postcards: Henrietta of Flirtation Rock in Wray, CO; Wray Cliffs and Scenic Highway in Wray, CO. 90.253.4109.13.7 - photograph, island 90.253.4109.13.8 - 4 photographs 90.253.4109.13.9 - 3 photographs of Fort Union 90.253.4109.13.10 - 2 photographs of Colorado forts 90.253.4109.13.11 - photograph, Old Pony Express Stable, Stone Corral, and Old Trail, Fort Bridger, Wyo. 90.253.4109.13.12 - photograph, Fort Bridger, Wy. 90.253.4109.13.13 - photograph and envelope, Old Stagecoach and envelope carried on the U.S. mail stage of the Leavenworth and Pikes Peak Co. 90.253.4109.13.14 - photograph, Mr. Kettle, Argonaut Hotel 90.253.4109.13.15 - photograph, railroad 90.253.4109.13.16 - photograph, A.A. bldg. 90.253.4109.13.17 - photograph, Chief Joseph and Queen Angeline
Photograph Album - 1946 90.253.4109.14.1 - photograph Looking up the trail to Beauvais Ranch and Lower California Crossing of the south Fork of the Platte 90.253.4109.14.2 - photograph, Henderson and Olson standing on two corners of site of Old Beauvais Ranch, Lower CA crossing 90.253.4109.14.3 - photograph, Site of Beauvais Ranch and California Hill in far distance 90.253.4109.14.4 - photograph, Lower California Ford from west on south side of the River 90.253.4109.14.5 - photograph, Oregon Trail Monument on Hwy. 30 90.253.4109.14.6 - photograph, Oregon Trail Monument on Hwy. 30 90.253.4109.14.7 - photograph, Looking down into Fish Hollow from Summit of Windless Hill 90.253.4109.14.8 - photograph, Old Trails Ruts on Windless Hill on Fish Hollow 90.253.4109.14.9 - photograph, Stones of an Old Fireplace in ruins of an old Trading Post in Fish Hollow 90.253.4109.14.10 - photograph, Site and Ruins of Old Forgotten in Ash Hollow 90.253.4109.14.11 - photograph, Looking back up into Ash Hollow from banks of the North Platte River 90.253.4109.14.12 - photograph, Ruts of the old Mormon Trail on North side of Platte, 3 miles east of Broadwater 90.253.4109.14.13 - photograph, Looking up the Platte from ruts of old Mormon Trail on Prospect Hill, 3 miles east of Broadwater 90.253.4109.14.14 - photograph, Where the old Oregon Trail crossed Pumpkin Creek N.E. of Courthouse Rock 90.253.4109.14.15 - photograph, Scott's Bluffs as seen from the Old Mormon Trail 90.253.4109.14.16 - photograph, Looking down the Platte from Ruts of old Mormon Trail - 3 miles east of Broadwater 90.253.4109.14.17 - photograph, Monument in Mitchell Pass at Scott's Bluffs 90.253.4109.14.18 - photograph, Dr. Jack Leermakers on summit of Scott's Bluffs, Dome Rock in the distance 90.253.4109.14.19 - photograph, Grave of William Janis, 1866, Old Cemetary at Fort Laramie 90.253.4109.14.20 - photograph, Rawhide Creek Crossing on the Mormon Trail east of Old Fort Laramie 90.253.4109.14.21 - photograph, Monument on Site of old Pony Express Station near Register Cliff, west of Ft. Laramie 90.253.4109.14.22 - photograph, Historic Warm Springs on the Oregon Trail 90.253.4109.14.23 - photograph, Laramie's Peak from Summit of Warm Springs Pass 90.253.4109.14.24 - photograph, Site of Horseshoe Station 90.253.4109.14.25 - photograph, Grave of JP Parker 90.253.4109.14.26 - photograph, Site of Old Bridger Ferry near Orin, Wy. 90.253.4109.14.27 - photograph, Old Monument on Yellowstone Hwy. Near Glenrock 90.253.4109.14.28 - photograph, Natural Bridge on LaBente Creek 90.253.4109.14.29 - photograph, Deer Creek crossing on Oregon Trail 90.253.4109.14.30 - photograph, M. Ringo and J.P. Parker graves 90.253.4109.14.31 - photograph, Monument on Oregon Trail in Pioneer Park, Glenrock 90.253.4109.14.32 - photograph, Looking north across Old Casper Bridge in Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.33 - photograph, Monument on Yellowstone Hwy. West of Douglas 90.253.4109.14.34 - photograph, Looking back onto grounds of Ft. Casper from old wagon bridge 90.253.4109.14.35 - photograph, Old Cemetary Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.36 - photograph, Reconstructed Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.37 - photograph, Looking south on Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.38 - photograph, Mormon Trail monument at site of Mormon Ferry 90.253.4109.14.39 - photograph, Monument near Old Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.40 - photograph, Monument near Old Ft. Casper 90.253.4109.14.41 - photograph, Monument on Casper Alcove 90.253.4109.14.42 - photograph, Looking towards the Sweetwater valley from Red Buttes 90.253.4109.14.43 - photograph, Emigrant Gap 90.253.4109.14.44 - photograph, Spring of small creek south of Emigrant Gap 90.253.4109.14.45 - photograph, J.A. Leermakers at Independence Rock 90.253.4109.14.46 - photograph, Independence Rock from the South 90.253.4109.14.47 - photograph, Looking down the Sweetwater from Summit of Independence Rock 90.253.4109.14.48 - photograph, Looking down the Sweetwater from Summit of Independence Rock 90.253.4109.14.49 - photograph, Monument and Plaques on Independence Rock 90.253.4109.14.50 - photograph, Sweetwater River and Devil's Gate looking west 90.253.4109.14.51 - photograph, Devil's Gate looking west 90.253.4109.14.52 - photograph, Devil's Gate 90.253.4109.14.53 - photograph, In Devil's Gate Pass 90.253.4109.14.54 - photograph, In Devil's Gate Pass 90.253.4109.14.55 - photograph, In Devil's Gate Pass 90.253.4109.14.56 - photograph, Martin's Cove Monument erected LDS 90.253.4109.14.57 - photograph, Curious Rock formation 90.253.4109.14.58 - photograph, 3 crossing areas on the Sweetwater 90.253.4109.14.59 - photograph, Split Rock on the Oregon Trail 90.253.4109.14.60 - photograph, In the Sweetwater Valley 90.253.4109.14.61 - photograph, Ice Slough 90.253.4109.14.62 - photograph, Where the Old Oregon Trail crossed Ice Slough