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1853Blackfoot Indians chasing buffalo, Three Buttes, Montana, 1853. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 - 1954. John M. Stanley, Artist. Collection: National Archives
1868Dial Rock, Red Buttes, Laramie Plains. Photograph shows a man sitting on the ground next to Dial Rock, weathered rock formations in the Laramie Basin, Wyoming. Credit: Russell, Andrew J., photographer. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1868High bluffs - Black Buttes. Photograph shows men and a horse on bluffs in Black Buttes area of Wyoming. Credit: Russell, Andrew J., photographer. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1868Church Buttes - near Fort Bridger, Wyoming Territory. Photograph shows a prominent rock formation rising above the surrounding landscape near Fort Bridger, Wyoming. Credit: Russell, Andrew J., photographer. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1870Church Buttes on Black's Fork. Uinta County, Wyoming, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1870Camps of the 10th and 11th of September, 1870 near Church Buttes., 09/10/1870 -, September 11, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. General Land Office. U.S. Geological and Geographic Survey of the Territories. (1874 - 06/30/1879). Collection: National Archives 2
1870The U.S. Geological Survey in camp at Red Buttes. Figures are 1. F.V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist in Charge, 2. James Stevenson, 3. H.W. Elliot, 4. S.R. Gifford, guest, 5. J.H. Beaman, 6. C.S. Turnbull, 7 and 8. cooks, 9. Cyrus Thomas, 10. H.D. Schmidt, 11. C.P. Carrington, 12. L.A. Bartlett, 13. Raphael, hunter, 14. A.L. Ford, 15. W.H. Jackson. Natrona County, Wyoming. August 24, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. General Land Office. U.S. Geological and Geographic Survey of the Territories. (1874 - 06/30/1879). Collection: National Archives 2
1870Camp at Red Buttes, northwest end of Casper Mountain. Natrona County, Wyoming, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1870A group of all of the members of the Survey, made while in the camp at Red Buttes. Natrona County, Wyoming. August 24, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1870View of the Red Buttes at what is now known as Bessemer Bend, a notable point of the old Oregon Trail where the Oregon Trail left the North Platte River for the Sweetwater. The approximate location of a massacre of 23 U.S. troopers in 1865, which occured at the same time as the death of Casper Collins at that bridge, for whom the town of Casper was named., 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1870View looking towards Red Buttes and Casper Mountain from the valley of Poison Spider Creek. Natrona County, Wyoming, 1870. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1871Buttes near Green River Station, U.P. Railroad. Beaman photo, 1871. Old nos. 250, 273, 428. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Powell Survey. (1868 - ca. 1879). Photographs taken by John K. Hillers during the Powell Survey and other Geological Surveys, ca. 1879 - ca. 1900. Beaman, E. O., Photographer; Fennemore, James, Photographer; Hillers, John K., 1843-1925, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1872Tertiary Bluffs or Buttes. Near Green River City, Wyoming, 1872. Credit: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. King Survey. (1867 - 1879). Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel-The King Survey, 1867 - 1872. Collection: National Archives
1872Tertiary Bluffs or Buttes. Near Green River City, Wyoming, 1872. Credit: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. King Survey. (1867 - 1879). Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel-The King Survey, 1867 - 1872. Collection: National Archives
1872Tertiary Bluffs or Buttes. Near Green River City, Wyoming, 1872. Credit: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. King Survey. (1867 - 1879). Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel-The King Survey, 1867 - 1872. Collection: National Archives
1872Tertiary Bluffs or Buttes. Near Green River City, Wyoming, 1872. Credit: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. King Survey. (1867 - 1879). Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel-The King Survey, 1867 - 1872. Collection: National Archives
1872Tertiary Bluffs or Buttes. Near Green River City, Wyoming, 1872. Credit: War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineers. King Survey. (1867 - 1879). Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel-The King Survey, 1867 - 1872. Collection: National Archives
1872Arched Falls, Gallatin River, directly under the twin buttes. Gallatin County, Montana, 1872. Credit: Department of the Interior. Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. (1867 - ca. 1880). Hayden Survey, William H. Jackson, Photographs, 1869 - 1878. Collection: National Archives
1876Horse drawn stretcher carrying a wounded man from the Battle of Slim Buttes, Dak. Terr. By Morrow, 1876. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 - 1954. West (U.S.). Collection: National Archives
1888Devil's Tower or Bear Lodge (Mato Tepee of the Indians), on the Belle Fourche. Description on back. Large, center view of Devils Tower; tent, wagon, and four people in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Keyword: Buttes, 1888. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1888"Devil's Tower." Devil's Tower or Bear Lodge. (Mato Tepee of the Indians), as seen from the east side. Located near the Belle Fourche river, in Wyoming. Distant view of Devil's Tower on left; trees in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Keyword: Buttes, 1888. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1890Company "C," 3rd U.S. Infantry, caught on the fly, near Fort Meade. Bear Butte in the distance. Thirty five soldiers walking in a line with rifles. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Keyword: Buttes, 1890. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1890Devil's Tower. From Little Missouri Buttes 4 miles distant. Distant view of Devils Tower (center); trees and plains in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1890Little Missouri Butte. Largest of the 3 buttes, 4 miles from Devil's Tower. Little Missouri Butte; trees and field in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1890Devils Tower and Mo. Buttes. Ryan's Ranch in foreground, 2 miles from Camera to Tower. Distant view of Devil's Tower; ranch in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1890Devil's Tower. From W side showing millions of tons of fallen rock. Tower 800 feet high from its base. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Keyword: Buttes, 1890. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1891"Crow Butte." Near Ft. Robinson, Neb. and F.E. & M.V. R.R. - In battle, the Indians drove the "Crows" up on the mountain and camped on the only approach, intending to kill or starve their enemy. The "Crows" killed and skinned one of their ponies. The hide was made into ropes and used in lowering their ponies and people from opposite side of mountain. The oldest of their number was left to keep up camp fires to deceive their enemy; after three days the old man came down and surrendered and informed them of his tribe's escape. They gave him his liberty for bravery and loyalty to his tribe. Distant view of butte; field in foreground. Selected from a collection of images of American frontier life in South Dakota and Wyoming from 1888 to 1892. Keyword: Buttes, 1891. Credit: Grabill, John C. H. Collection: Grabill
1897Statuary buttes, Badlands, S.D. Credit: Anderson, J. A. (John Alvin), 1869-1948, photographer. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1900Crawford Buttes, Neb. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1900Crow Buttes, Neb. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1905Among the Black Buttes-Navaho land. Three Navaho Indians on horseback, silhousetted on black buttes, in evening light. Selected from a collection of images of Native Americans taken between 1890 and 1929. Credit: Edward Curtis. Collection: Edward Curtis
1909Twin Buttes, Arizona. Credit: West Coast Art Co. Collection: Panoramic Photos
1932Man on horseback by butte in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Keyword: Buttes, 1932. Credit: National Photo Company. Collection: National Photo Company
1932Tea Kettle Butte, Pyramid Park, North Dakota, on the Northern Pacific Railway. Keyword: Buttes, 1932. Credit: Haynes Photo, St. Paul. Collection: National Photo Company
1941El Cerrito, San Miguel County, New Mexico. This is the mesa land that surrounds El Cerrito and that once supplied it with a livelihood. Most of it is sparsely studded with pinon and scrub cedar, cut by arroyos and broken by steep-sided buttes. Grass was plentiful here at one time. Now there is so little that even sheep grow thin and weak., 04/10/1941 -, April 16, 1941. Credit: Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Division of Economic Information. (ca. 1922 - ca. 1953). Photographic Prints Documenting Programs and Activities of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and Predecessor Agencies, ca. 1922 - ca. 1947. Collection: National Archives
1972TOURISTS AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE GAZE INTO THE 1,100 FT. DEEP, ONE-HALF MILE WIDE, OPEN PIT MINE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972TWIN-BUTTES MINE. AERIAL OF OPEN PIT MINE, 1,000 FEET DEEP. (FROM THE DOCUMERICA-1 EXHIBITION. FOR OTHER IMAGES IN THIS ASSIGNMENT, SEE FICHE NUMBERS 26, 27.), MAY, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE. THE MINE IS 1,100 FT. DEEP THE FIRST 500 FT WAS ALLUVIUM, A WASTE PRODUCT. THE OPERATION HAS A 10 TO 1 RATIO OF WASTE TO USABLE ORE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972SOUVENIR ROCK-COLLECTORS AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972LOOKING SOUTH OVER THE CLIFFS, BUTTES, AND MESAS OF THE DEAD HORSE POINT REGION TO THE COLORADO RIVER, ALMOST HIDDEN IN ITS CANYON 2000 FEET BELOW, MAY, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. HISER, DAVID C, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE. THE FIRST 500 FT. OF THE 1,100 FT. MINE WAS ALLUVIUM, A WASTE PRODUCT. THE OPERATION HAS A 20 TO 1 RATIO OF WASTE TO USABLE ORE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE. THE MINE IS 1,100 FT. DEEP THE FIRST 500 FT. WAS ALLUVIUM, A WASTE PRODUCT. THE OPERATION HAS A 10 TO 1 RATIO OF WASTE TO USABLE ORE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972WORKER CARRIES SOUVENIR WASTE ROCK AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972TAILINGS PILES AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972TOURISTS LOOK FOR SOUVENIRS AMONG WASTE ROCK AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE, JUNE, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1972TOURISTS LOOK FOR SOUVENIR ROCK AT THE ANACONDA CO.'S TWIN BUTTES MINE, MAY, 1972. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. KEYES, CORNELIUS, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1974BUTTES, MESAS AND CANYONS ARE CREATED AFTER COAL COMPANIES STRIP MINE LAND IN SOUTHEASTERN OHIO. TRAPPED WATER HAS BEEN DISCOLORED BY ACIDITY OFF ROUTE #800 NEAR BARNESVILLE, JULY, 1974. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. CALONIUS, ERIK, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1974BUTTES, MESAS AND CANYONS ARE CREATED AFTER COAL COMPANIES STRIP MINE LAND IN SOUTHEASTERN OHIO. OFF ROUTE #800 NEAR BARNESVILLE, JULY, 1974. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. CALONIUS, ERIK, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1974LONE TREE STRUGGLES FOR LIFE AMONG BUTTES CREATED BY COAL COMPANY STRIP MINING OFF ROUTE #100, JULY, 1974. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. CALONIUS, ERIK, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1974BUTTES, MESAS AND CANYONS ARE CREATED AFTER COAL COMPANIES STRIP MINE LAND IN SOUTHEASTERN OHIO. TRAPPED WATER HAS BEEN DISCOLORED BY ACIDITY OFF ROUTE #800 NEAR BARNESVILLE, JULY, 1974. Credit: Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970). DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977. CALONIUS, ERIK, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014
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