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Typed information on back of photograph: (Hall) 8/18/59, afternoon. Horizontal displacements and crooked fences along highway 287 north of Hebgen Lake. Looking westerly.
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Caption on photograph: Fault (line on hill in background) Handwritten notes on back of photo: Fault, horizontal line on hill in background, +/- 10 ft vertical displacement. Hebgen Lake area. Mont. No index card.
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Index card: The source area of the slide. View is southeastward. The mountain crest is about 1,300 feet above the valley floor, and part of the mountain slid northeastward into the valley. Part of dolomite buttress is in lower right corner of photograph. At the bottom of the photograph is a segment of the parking area constructed on the slide by the U.S. Forest Service as part of their Madison River Canyon Earthquake Area. A new highway (Montana Highway 499) now follows the Madison Canyon southwestward parallel to Earthquake Lake and across the Madison slide. Hebgen Lake earthquake. Montana. August 1959.
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Index card: Regrettably this photograph does not show the feature as well as one would wish. A gravel pile established by the Montana Highway Department was jostled about by the earthquake and as a result compacted the ground below it to form a big, broad, shallow depression. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Montana. August 1959.
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Typed information on back of photograph: (Hall) 8/21/59. A stereo pair of the slide taken from the same hill as in S (hall_s).
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Typed information on back of photograph: (Nile) 8/18/59, about 7:00 a.m. House just east of the Highway 191 and north of Duck Creek, showing damage to garage, mostly caused by the falling chimney.
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Album caption and index card: Madison River below the landslide. The outlet channel across the slide dam at this time had been lowered about 50 feet from its original position, thus draining part of Earthquake Lake. View upstream from site of gage 1. Montana earthquake area, Montana. October 28, 1959. Photo no. 5 published as figure 93-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 435. 1964.
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Album caption and index card: Madison River below the landslide. The outlet channel across the slide dam at this time had been lowered about 50 feet from its original position, thus draining part of Earthquake Lake. View downstream from gage 2 showing erosion of bank and highway. Montana earthquake area, Montana. October 28, 1959. Photo no. 5 published as figure 93-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 435. 1964.
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Typed information on back of photograph: (Nile) 9/5/59. Dr. S.W. Nile walking along the upper edge of the fault scarp at Culligan's. The bridge was made by putting concrete over four boilers with their ends cut out.
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Typed information on back of photograph: (Nile) 9/7/59. Corey Spring on Grayling arm of the lake at the left. At least three levels of fault scarps can be seen near the middle of the picture.
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Typed information on back of photograph: (Nile) 9/8/59. The crack mentioned in #50 (nsw00050). However it merely looks like a trail through the grass in the right quarter of the picture in this picture. It was all very marshy.
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Album caption: Rhyolite cliffs, northeast of Como. Bitterroot Valley. (South of Hamilton Quad.). Montana.
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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Album caption: Trapper Peak in center of picture, showing cirque surrounded by three pinnacles. The dissected ridge in the middle of the picture is a structural ridge cut off by Chaffin Creek. Low ridges beyond are morainal. Bitterroot Mountains and Velly. (South of Hamilton Quad.) Montana.


map background search result map search result map Southeastward view of the source area of the slide. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. A gravel pile established by the Montana Highway Department compacted to create a big, broad, shallow depression. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Horizontal displacements and crooked fences along highway 287 north of Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Sand spout, Hebgen Lake earthquake. Montana. 1960. Stereo view of the slide. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. House just east of the Highway 191 with garage damage due to falling chimney. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Madison River below the landslide. Montana. 1959. Madison River below the landslide. Montana. 1959. Dr. S.W. Nile walking along the upper edge of the fault scarp at Culligan's. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Sapphire Pool, located in Yellowstone National Park, just after eruption. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Corey Spring. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. A large crack along the shore of Henry's Lake. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Fault; line on hill in background. Montana. 1959. View of Trapper Peak, showing cirque surrounded by three pinnacles. Montana. n.d. Rhyolite cliffs in the Bitterroot Valley, northeast of Como. Montana. n.d. Sand spout, Hebgen Lake earthquake. Montana. 1960. Southeastward view of the source area of the slide. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. A gravel pile established by the Montana Highway Department compacted to create a big, broad, shallow depression. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Horizontal displacements and crooked fences along highway 287 north of Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Stereo view of the slide. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. House just east of the Highway 191 with garage damage due to falling chimney. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Madison River below the landslide. Montana. 1959. Madison River below the landslide. Montana. 1959. Dr. S.W. Nile walking along the upper edge of the fault scarp at Culligan's. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Corey Spring. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. A large crack along the shore of Henry's Lake. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Fault; line on hill in background. Montana. 1959. View of Trapper Peak, showing cirque surrounded by three pinnacles. Montana. n.d. Rhyolite cliffs in the Bitterroot Valley, northeast of Como. Montana. n.d. Sapphire Pool, located in Yellowstone National Park, just after eruption. Hebgen Lake, Montana Earthquake. 1959.