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Album caption: Grinnell Glacier. View S. 23 E. from big boulders on north moraine. Shows recession of ice front from the east moraine at left. Compare to T.W. Stanton photos 707 and 708 (stw00708). 1911. Glacier National Park, Montana. July 16, 1936. Index card: Grinnell Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1936. Glacier latitude: 48.750229 Glacier longitude: -113.725834 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location
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Album caption and index card: Pilgrim Creek terraces, Jackson Hole, looking east across the valley 5 miles north of Moran. (T. 46 N., R. 114 W.) At left below two crests is the upper, or Plio-Pleistocene (?) terrace (7500 A.T.) Below this at right are three levels of the second (Pleistocene) set of terraces (7200-7300 A.T.) Teton County, Wyoming. September 20, 1926. Note: Similar to W.C. Alden photograph number 1751, awc001751.
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Album caption: Hayden Lake from west end. Looking east to Coeur d'Alene Mountains. Bonner County, Idaho. July 20, 1928. No index card. Personal communication from Tim Merrick, USGS, 06/20/2019: Hayden Lake is in Kootenai County, Idaho.
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Panorama with images 1180 and 1181. View west across Clark Fort Valley showing fault below Beartooth Plateau at east front of Rocky Mountains; from vicinity of Montana-Wyoming line (at left) to vicinity of Red Lodge (at right) and remnants of gravel-capped Tertiary (?) and Pleistocene terraces in middle-ground. Valley farms irrigated. Carbon County, Montana. June 10, 1922.
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View one mile southwest of Beatyestown, N.J., in Musconetcong Valley, shows topography due to erosion of pre-Wisconsin drift and Martinsburg shale in middle ground rising above thinly covered limestone in foreground. Pohatcong Mountain in background. Raritan quadrangle. Warren County, New Jersey. May 25, 1916.
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In Shoshone National Forest, 12 to 15 miles southwest of Clark Post Office, looking southward across valley of upper Clark Fork of the Yellowstone River into basins of Sunlight and Dead Indian Creeks. Volcanic peaks of Absaroka Mountains in background; shows broad Pleistocene valley eroded in the Paleozoic rocks and, sharply cut into the bottom of this valley, the narrow branching box canyons of a later (Pleistocene?) cycle of erosion, more than 1,000 feet in Archean granite and gneiss. The broad bench, or bottom of the ancient valley, is probably to be correlated with the highest (No. 1) bench on the plains to the east. Park County, Wyoming. June 12, 1922. Plate 13-C, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174....
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Panorama with images 846 and 847. C.M. & St. P. Railway cut, two miles northwest of Dedham, showing (north side): 1. Buff loess - 5-10 feet; 2. Gray loess with shells, calcium-carbonate concretions and iron oxide pipes - 5-8 feet; 3. Dense brown leached till (Kansan?) - 5-6 feet; 4. Buff calcareous till (Kansan?) - 45-50 feet; 5. Gray calcareous till (Kansan?) 0-10 feet (seams are filled with plates of selenite crystals). Newton Township, SW1/4, Sec. 7. Carroll County, Iowa. June 10, 1915.
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Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Montana. Glaciated pebble from pre- Wisconsin till on Kennedy Ridge, three miles east of Chief Mountain (plain No. 1), 5800-5900 A.T. Sec. 26, T. 37 N., R. 15 W. Glacier County, Montana. Collected August 9, 1911.
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Quartzite at north side of Stony Island, 4 miles northeast of Waterloo, showing glacially smooth surface. Waterloo quadrangle, Dodge County, Wisconsin. October 17, 1903. Plate 8-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 106. 1918.
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Little Mountain (in background), a high bench or plateau capped with Bishop conglomerate, about 3,800 feet above Green River, 30 miles south of Rock Springs. Looking west down Red Creek basin. T. 19 N., R 105 W. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. August 5, 1925.
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Quarry in Marquette porphyry ledge showing jointing. SE1/4, NE1/4, Sec. 34, T. 16 N., R. 11 E. Marquette Township. Green Lake County, Wisconsin. September 18, 1909.
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Lower Magnesian limestone exposed in a quarry near the top of the hill on which stands the brick church, northeast part of the village of Markesan, Wisconsin. Mackford Township, Sec. 6, T. 14 N., R. 13 E. The rock is of very rough, uneven texture, much broken, carries much chert and has many small cavities lined with quartz crystals. Green Lake County, Wisconsin. September 1, 1909.
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Blackfeet Indian Reservation. "Quartzite gravel," possibly pre- Wisconsin glacial drift, west end of top of Landslide Butte, NW1/4, Sec. 3, T. 36 N., R. 8 W. Part indicated by hammer has a clay matrix and resembles glacial till. No striated pebbles found. Blackfoot quadrangle. Glacier County, Montana. September 5, 1912.
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View east of Fairview Peak, Crazy Mountains, looking along the south lateral moraine of the former Swamp Creek glacier, in foreground, to the dissected bench lands. Livingston quadrangle. Sweet Grass County, Montana. September 1, 1921.
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Shoshone Indian Reservation. Terminal moraine of North Fork Glacier, Wind River Mountains (in middle-ground). Seven miles west of Fort Washakie. Moraine 300-400 feet high. Fremont County, Wyoming. August 2, 1924.
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Driftless area, erosion towers oof St. Peter sandstone, rising above the slope of Lower Magnesian limestone, Mt. Vernon, Wis. New Glarus quadrangle. Dane County, Wisconsin. August 3, 1907.
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Wind River Valley from west lateral moraine of Torrey Lake glacier. East lateral moraine of Jakeys Fork glacier (in left middleground beyond Whiskey Creek) extends down to Wind River at foot of dissected bluffs of banded Tertiary shale. Table Mountain, a high terrace remnant (?) in right background. Fremont Peak and Younts Peak quadrangles. Fremont County, Wyoming. August 2, 1923.
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Sun River gorge from a point opposite Mortimer Gulch, 3/4 mile above the U.S.R.S. dam at mouth of gorge. This gorge is cut about 1000 feet deep through transverse ridge of upturned and faulted limestone. Tops of ridges in middle ground correspond with top of the ridge shown in photo 1065. Saypo quadrangle. Teton County, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. September 21, 1920.
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Shoshone Indian Reservation. Bull Lake. Panorama with image 1409. View northeast from high bench on north. Sag in middle-ground is the pre-Wisconsin valley traversed by the glacier at an earlier stage of glaciation. Its big moraines extend off north (left) in background. Fremont County, Wyoming. August 7, 1924.
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View west up broad valley of Clark Fork in bottom of which is cut 1000- foot canyon in granite and gneiss. Index Peak near Cooke City in background on Tertiary volcanics. Park County, Wyoming. June 12, 1922.


map background search result map search result map Hayden Lake from west end. Looking east to Coeur d'Alene Mountains. Kootenai County, Idaho. 1928. Grinnell Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1936. Pilgrim Creek terraces, Jackson Hole. Teton County, Wyoming. 1926. Hayden Lake from west end. Looking east to Coeur d'Alene Mountains. Kootenai County, Idaho. 1928. Grinnell Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1936. Pilgrim Creek terraces, Jackson Hole. Teton County, Wyoming. 1926.