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Plat of the exterior boundaries of Sequoia National Park, California : created by Act of Congress, approved October 1st, 1890 /

Plat of the exterior boundaries of Sequoia National Park, California :...

Relief shown by hachures. Shows drainage, trails, etc. "The above plat ... is strictly conformable to the field notes therof, on file in this office, which have been examined and approved. U.S. Surveyor General... more

Humboldt sequoia

Humboldt sequoia

Lumberjacks with large Humboldt sequoia, which they fell. H64761 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 5.

[Cabins in Redstone National Park. Sequoia National Forest, Tulare County, California]

[Cabins in Redstone National Park. Sequoia National Forest, Tulare Cou...

No. 26181; neg. no. 2427. National Photo Company Collection.

Drive-through giant Sequoia tree, California

Drive-through giant Sequoia tree, California

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

"Eagle's wing" roots of a fallen giant sequoia, Calaveras Grove of big trees, California

"Eagle's wing" roots of a fallen giant sequoia, Calaveras Grove of big...

People at roots of a fallen sequoia tree, Calaveras Grove, California. H15476 U.S. Copyright Office.

The mammoth trees (Sequoia gigantea), California (Calaveras County) / executed in oil colors by Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cin. O.

The mammoth trees (Sequoia gigantea), California (Calaveras County) / ...

Print shows several giant sequoias, each identified by name, circumference, and height, with a small building in the middle ground and tourists walking among the trees.

The mammoth trees (Sequoia gigantea), California (Calaveras County) / executed in oil colors by Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cin. O.

The mammoth trees (Sequoia gigantea), California (Calaveras County) / ...

Print shows several giant sequoias, each identified by name, circumference, and height, with a small building in the middle ground and tourists walking among the trees.

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