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The lost trail

The Yosemite Valley, from the Mariposa Trail- Mariposa County

The Yosemite Valley, from the Coulterville Trail, Mariposa County

The Yo-Semite Valley, (4060 feet above sea) from Mariposa Trail

Nevada Fall, (700 feet high) from trail, after snow storm in July

View from trail, near Nevada Fall

Nevada Fall, (700 feet high) and Cap of Liberty, from the New Trail

The Yo-Semite Valley, (4060 feet above sea) from Mariposa Trail

Nevada Fall, (700 feet high) from the New Trail

The Yo-Semite Valley, (4060 feet above sea) from Mariposa Trail

Bridal Veil Fall, (940 feet high) from the Harding Trail

Register Rock, on the trail leading to Vernal Fall

Cloud's Rest (6450 feet above valley) from Nevada Fall Trail

Natural bridge, on the trail leading to Vernal Fall

El Capitan, (3100 feet above valley) from Harding Trail

Round Tower, from summit of Nevada Fall trail

Cap of Liberty from trail

Cathedral Spires, (2400 feet above valley) from trail

Looking down the trail from Cap of Liberty

[Limon River at Napipi Trail, Panama]

The Yosemite Valley, from the Mariposa Trail, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.

The Yosemite Valley, from the Mariposa Trail, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.

[U.S. Geological Survey pack train on trail along the Yellowstone River]

South from the trail near South Dome

The Valley. From Mariposa Trail

South or Half Dome from Alpine Trail

Glacier Point and Mt. Starr King, from Eagle Point Trail, Yosemite.

The Yosemite Valley from the old Mariposa Trail.

Half Dome and Merced Group, from Eagle Pt. Trail, Yosemite.

Upper Yosemite Fall, 1600 ft., from Eagle Point Trail.

Trail in the Barranca

On the trail in the Barranca

[Trail from woods to wooden bridge]

On a hot trail [Scout pointing out tracks to another scout, Gen. Miles, who is en route to Cheyenne reservation with his troops, in background; carbine lying on ground in fg.]

[Steamboat with trail of smoke ; man on rock calling to sailboat]

The Apache war--Indian scouts on Geronimo's trail / Remington.

The Trail, Taughannock Falls, N.Y.

On the trail of Don Quixote

Trail to Winona Cliff, Delaware Water Gap

[Lake Mohonk Mountain House, N.Y., from near trail to Sky Top]

Bridge over Porcupine Creek, Skaguay Trail

[Four prospectors posed on trail, Alaska]

Pack train, foot of canyon, Dyea Trail

Collecting toll, Dyea Trail

Foot of summit, Yukon Trail, Alaska

On the trail, Dyea Canyon

Precipice, Porcupine Hill, Skaguay Trail

[Alaska]: Dyea Trail blocked by falling horse

Gold miners and packers on Dyea Trail, Alaska

Miners and packers climbing the "Golden Stair" Trail, Chilcoot Pass, Alaska

Pack mules with ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba /

Klondikers climbing the "Golden Stair" and "Peterson's" Trail, Chilcoot Pass, Alaska

On Dyea Trail, Alaska

Gold miners and their dog teams, Dyea Trail, Alaska

Searching for the dead after snowslide of April 3, '98, Dyea Trail, Alaska

Miners and packers climbing the "Golden Stair" trail, Chilcoot Pass, Alaska

Searching for the dead after snowslide of April 3, 1898, Dyea Trail, Alaska

Klondykers climbing the "Golden Stair" and "Peterson's Trail," Chilcoot Pass, Alaska

Lunch by the way-side, Dyea Trail, Alaska

Yosemite Falls from Glacier Point trail, California, U.S.A.

On trail to Sunrise

Horse team on the Overland Trail

Trail to Sunrise

Lake Mohonk [Mountain] House from trail to Eagle Cliff

[People walking along a trail; tents and other structures in midground and background]

Horse team starting on trail to Chitina

Prospector and dog ready for the summer trail

Eagle Peak Trail, Yosemite Valley, U.S.A.

"Dan's Cabin" the most noted stopping place on the Klondike trail, Hootalinqua River, Alaska

Middle Lake and bridge on '97 trail near Log Cabin, Skagway, Alaska

Yosemite Falls, from Glacier Point Trail, Yosemite Valley, California

"Goodby, old pard, I'm hitting the long trail"

Takakkow [i.e. Takakkaw] Falls from upper trail, Yoho Valley, British Columbia

Topocobya Trail looking down, Arizona

Amidst the majestic heights and chasms of wonderful Yosemite Valley--from trail (N.N.W.) to North and Basket Domes, California

Bright Angel Trail, Cape Horn, Arizona

The Grand Canon [sic] of Arizona, up Granite Gorge, foot of Bright Angel Trail

The Grand Canon [sic] of Arizona, up Granite Gorge, foot of Bright Angel Trail

Wabash River from Tecumseh's Trail, Tippecanoe battleground, Ind.

Descending Grand View Trail - Grand Cañon of Arizona

Preparing for the trail

W.N.W. - Down Colorado River from foot of Grand View Trail (1200 feet cut through solid granite)

Remington's jolly "Cowboys off the Trail," (sculpture), on the festive Pike, World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

Remington's jolly "Cowboys off the Trail," (sculpture), on the festive Pike, World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

"Cowboys off the Trail" - group at the World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

Old trail at Acoma

The beginning of the Granite Gorge, E.N.E., from Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U.S.A.

Grand Canyon of Arizona from the head of Grand View trail

Descending the Grand View Copper Mine trail

A night camp by the trail - through western Montana with a pack train

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U.S.A.

Upper Chilualna Falls from the trail

Junipers on Mt. Tallac trail, & panorama towards Desolation Valley

California, Yosemite Valley, Bridal Veil Falls, Wawona Trail

Hanging Rock, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz.

The lost trail a comedy drama of western life by Anthony E. Wills.

The lost trail a comedy drama of western life : by Anthony E. Wills.

A rocky trail / photo by Erwin E. Smith, Bonham, Texas.

A comedy drama of western life, The lost trail by Anthony E. Wills.

The lost trail a comedy drama of western life by Anthony E. Wills.

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