Railroad Surveys, 1860

Volcano and Volcanic Engravings


Etchings from: U.S. War Department: Images of engravings from U.S. War Department's Reports of explorations and surveys to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, 1860, v.12, pt.1.

Engravings

Engraving, Palouse Falls, 1853, click to enlarge
Plate 41: Paloos fishing at "Peluse Falls", Washington. Engraving by John M. Stanley. (Click to enlarge). From: University of Washington Library Collection #NA4168.


Engraving, Old Fort Walla Walla, 1853, click to enlarge
Plate 42: Nez Perce camp outside walls of Old Fort Walla Walla on the Columbia River, Washington. Engraving by John M. Stanley, 1853. (Click to enlarge). From: University of Washington Library Archives #NA4169.


Engraving, The Dalles, Oregon, with Mount Hood, click to enlarge
Plate 43: Columbia River area (including indian camp at The Dalles, Oregon. Mount Hood in the background. Engraving by John M. Stanley, 1853. (Click to enlarge). From: University of Washington Library Archives #NA4170.


Engraving, Fort Vancouver with Mount Hood in the background, click to enlarge
Plate 44: Fort Vancouver, Washington, in 1850, with Mount Hood in the background. Engraving by Gustav Sohon, November 1850. (Click to enlarge). From: University of Washington Library Archives #NA4171.


Engraving, Whidbey Island with Mount Rainier in the background, click to enlarge
Plate 68: Mount Rainier and Whidbey Island. Engraving by John M. Stanley, 1854. (Click to enlarge). From: University of Washington Library Archives #NA4173.


Images courtesy University of Washington Libraries Collections Website, 2002.