Climbing Pike's Peak, Colorado, in winter, rounding Windy Point, ca. Steamer Bessie on the Rio Grande River loading up at Fort Ringgold, Tex., en route to Brownsville, ca. "Mormon emigrants." Photograph of covered wagon caravan by C.
The photographs listed below were selected from the records of these agencies now on deposit in the National Archives.
While the records of Federal agencies continue to document changes on the face of western America and the efforts toward effecting some kind of progress, an arbitrary cutoff date of 1912 has been used.
The back cover of this leaflet explains how to order complete sets of slides of all photographs described in this pamphlet and in the other Select Audiovisual Records leaflets.
To order individual prints, negatives, or slides, write to the Still Picture Branch for a current pricelist.
The listings are arranged by subject--such as transportation, lndian life, military life, and mining--and thereunder chronologically. The index is arranged by State, the names of which usually are the same as their former territorial designations.
Some entries appear under more than one State; others could not be indexed by State.
A rider fills his keg from a desert well 30 miles north of Palomas, Ariz.
"Steamer ; makes weekly trips on the Yellowstone River between Mondak and Glendive, Montana." The riverboat also carried freight for the lower Yellowstone reclamation project.
Horsedrawn stretcher carrying a wounded man from the Battle of Slim Buttes, Dak.
"The Rosebud, historic old Missouri River boat that went up the River from Bismark, N.
Column of cavalry, artillery, and wagons, commanded by Gen.