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Sooes River showing a woman on the bank and horses crossing the river in the distance, northwest Clallam County, date unknown
Dirt road with Forks in the distance
Crummock Water with Loweswater in Distance
Pelagic Attitudes of the Fur-Seal
Sketched from life... Saint Paul's Island, 1872. Village of Saint Paul in distance. Black Bluffs to the right on middle ground
1. Position while sleeping. 2, Position when rising to breathe, survey, etc. 3, Position when scratching. 4, "Dolphin jumps"
Huts of the "Dundonald" Castaways on Disappointment Island
The "HInemoa" near the Island; Bulbinella Rossii in foreground; the north end of Auckland Island in the Distance
Perseverance Harbour, Campbell Island
Mount Honey and Venus Cove in the distance; Poa litorosa in foreground; the Campbell Island party's camp to the left
Fender pile of Douglas fir from wharf of Shell Oil Co., Martinez, California, pulled November 5, 1920, showing penetration of Teredo navalis in 1920(?) at ten equidistant sections. Distance from mud line to high water, 29 feet
(Showing oil officials' quarters on the beach. Gran Calle Point in the distance)
Sleeping Fur Seal. Usual Position. August 7, 1894, Bering Sea
(Floating back down, with hind flippers turned forward. Photographed at distance of 35 feet)
Boat Being Moved to New Position, a Distance of 10 Feet
Figs. 1-20 illustrate the growth of the seed oysters caught on small stones. Figs. 1-10 show three-month-old oysters attached to living snails (littorina littorea). Figs. 11-14 show the oysters of the same age attached to small stones. Figs. 15-18 show oysters one and one-half years old attached to small peggles, while Figs. 19-20 show two and one-quarter-year-old oysters attached in the same fashion. Fig.16 gives a peculiar illustration of the method of attachment. The young oyster has formed an attachment to a second pebble towards its free end at some distance from the first, indicating that the mantle, even at the age of one year, retains the power of secreting a fixative.
Figure of a Fish, Showing the Location of Parts Usually Referred to in Desciption : 1. Dorsal fin; 2. Adipose fin; 3. Caudal fin; 4. Anal fin; 5. Pectoral fin; 6. Ventral fin; 7. Lower jaw, or mandible; 8. Upper jaw, or maxillary; 8a. Supplemental maxillary; 9. Opercle; 10. Branchiostegals; 11. Caudal peduncle; 12. Lateral line; 13. Series of crosswise scales usually counted; 14. Snout; 15. Eye; 16. Head; 17. Depth; 18. Base of caudal; 19. Distance from snout to nape or occiput.
Gorge of the Columbia River. This is cut through a great lava plateau of tertiary age, which extends over the greater part of eastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Mt. Adams in the distance is a volcanic peak 12,470 feet in height. View from St. Peter's Dome, thirty miles from Portland, looking East
View down Kern Canyon from a Kernbut between upper and lower Kern Lakes, showing Lower Kern Lake in foregroutd, Great Rock, slikd on left, a typical Kernbut on the right, with steep wall behind it, and the profile of the Trout Meadows Defile in the distance
Sheltered Falls, Pike's Peak Trail
Manitou and Vicinity. Manitou, 'The Saratoga of the west,' nestled under the cold and snowy Pike's Peak, still it is always warm and pleasant even in coldest weather, noted for its numerous Mineral Springs, and hotel accommodations, which are superb, having some of the largest in the country. The best views are Manitou with Pike's Peak in the distance,--Rainbow Falls in Summer--Rainbow Falls in Winter--Soda Spring--Iron Springs--Pulpit Rock, Pike's Peak above the clouds--Cameron's Cone Natural Arch--the Narrows--Bridal Falls, &c, &c
Kolmakovsky, on the Kuskokvim
Old Russian trading-post, established in 1839, two hundred miles up the River; these houses were once surrounded with a sotckade, but such a defence has long been needless. This view is taken from the opposite bank of the River, looking over to the high hills of the Nooshagak divide, and Mount Tamahloopat in the distance
Passing Through the Exhaust Boxes. Every can travels a distance of 300 feet through the steam box, requiring 15 minutes and at a temperature of 212 degrees farenheit. This ... View illustrating process of canning salmon taken in the magnificent plant of the Apex Fish Co., Anacortes, Wash.
Trial trip of 'Nora,' of Stella, Washington. This boat belongs to Struckmier & Horton, and is used for towing big rafts and scows. She is equipped with a 75 h. p. Troyer-Fox engine, and runs night and day, towing large rafts a distance of 80 miles and over. As her trial trip was taken on Sunday, the accompanying picture shows her with most of the population of the town of 'Stella' aboard.
H.M.S. Beagle in Straits of Magellan. Mt. Sarmiento in the Distance
Glimpse of Sitka : View in Sitka Sound, looking up towards the town; Mt. Verstova, in the middle distance, and the ragged granitic peaks of Indian River on the horizon. Sitkan Indians running down to Borka Islet for halibut. June, 1874
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