Henry Jackson Biography (b. 1843 d. 1942)
Cardozo Fine Art collection of William Henry Jackson North American Photochroms - Trains in color c. 1900
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No. 60. DEPOT AT CHEYENNE, 516 Miles West from Omaha; 6,011 feet elevation.
Nos. 65, 66. PROMONTORY POINT, the spot where the track-layers met and laid the "last rail;" elevation, 4,905 feet.
No. 67. THE ORIGINAL DEPOT AT PROMONTORY ; a primitive state of affairs, incident upon the rapid construction of the road.
Nos. 68, 69. STREET VIEWS IN CORINNE, UTAH.
No. 71. UINTAH, UTAH, month of Weber Cañon.
Nos. 77-80. DEVIL'S GATE, Weber Cañon.
Nos. 81-85. DEVIL'S GATE BRIDGE, looking down and up, and from above and below.
No. 86. EAST FROM DEVIL'S GATE.
No. 87. WEST END OF TUNNEL NO. 4; a rock cut of 150 feet in Weber Cañon.
No. 88. WEST FROM THE MOUTH OF TUNNEL NO. 4.
No. 89. WEST FROM THE SUMMIT OF THE RIDGE THROUGH WHICH TUNNEL NO. 4 IS CUT, looking over Round Valley, to the Wasatch Mountains, in the distance.
No. 90. EAST OF TUNNEL NO. 4.
Nos. 91-95. VIEWS BETWEEN TUNNELS NOS. 3 AND 4, a space of about half a mile, but full of grand and picturesque effects.
Nos. 96, 97. TUNNEL NO. 3, FROM THE EAST; a cut of 550 feet through solid limestone.
No. 98, 99. THE 1,000 MILE TREE, a solitary pine in Wilhelmina Pass, or the narrows of Weber Cañon, marking the 1,000th mile West of Omaha.
No. 100. SECTION MEN ; a group of railroad laborers on a hand-car.
Nos. 100, 102. THE DEVIL'S SLIDE, Weber Cañon, three miles below the 1,000-mile tree; two parallel ridges of limestone from 50 to 250 feet in height, running tip the mountain-side for 1,000 feet.
No. 103. WILHELMINA PASS, or the narrows; the entrance to Weber Cañon proper, seven miles below the mouth of Echo Cañon.
No. 104. PULPIT ROCK, mouth of Echo Cañon.
No. 105. DEATH ROCK, mouth of Echo Cañon.
No. 106. SENTINEL ROCK, mouth Of Echo Cañon.
No. 107. THE GREAT EASTERN, mouth of Echo Cañon.
No. 108, 109. LOOKING ECHO CAÑON, near the mouth.
No. 110. CAMP VIEW ; under the rocks of Echo.
No. 111. LOOKING DOWN THE CAÑON, from above the Great Eastern.
Nos. 112, 113. STEAMBOAT ROCK.
Nos. 114-123. STUDIES AMONG THE GREAT ROCKS that have fallen from the cliffs of Echo Cañon.
Nos. 124, 125. THE AMPHITHEATER, Echo Cañon.
No. 126. CASTLE ROCK, from the Station.
No. 127. TOWER ON CASTLE ROCK.
No. 128, 129. CASTLE ROCK, near view.
No. 130. CASTLE ROCK, distant view.
No. 131. WALLS OF CASTLE ROCK.
Nos. 132,133. TUNNEL NO. 2 at the head of Echo Carton.
Nos. 134-137. HIGH TRESTLE WORK; between Tunnel No. 2 and Wasatch.
Nos. 138,139. EICHAR'S CUT, between Tunnel No. 2 and Wasatch.
No. 140. HIGH TRESTLE below Tunnel No. 2.
No. 141. MOUNTAIN CEDAR.
No. 142. CUT NEAR WASATCH.
Nos. 143-145. "THE OLD Z," or a portion of the track at the head of Echo before the completion of the tunnel.
No. 146. WASATCH, UTAH.
Nos. 147-150. NEEDLE ROCKS, near Wasatch, on the old stage road.
Nos. 151-155. BIRD'S EYE panoramic view of Great Salt Lake City.
No. 156. MAIN STREET, Great Salt Lake City.
No. 157. THE TABERNACLE.
No. 158. THE OLD TABERNACLE.
No. 159. SIGNS OF THE MORMON CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTION.
Nos. 161, 162. TOWER ON CASTLE ROCK, Echo Cañon.
No. 163. REED'S ROCK, near Sherman Statiom.
No. 164. GREEN RIVER BUTTE.
No. 168. TEAPOT ROCK, Green River.
No. 169. VIEW ON THE WEST BANK OF GREEN RIVER.
No. 172. BURNING ROCK CUT, Green River.
No. 174. VIEW ON THE WEST BANK OF GREEN RIVER.
No. 175. GREEN RIVER BUTTE AND BRIDGE.
No. 176. GREEN RIVER BUTTE AND BRIDGE, near view.
No. 177. PETRIFIED FISH CUT, Green River.
No. 178. GIANT'S CLUB, Green River.
No. 181. EAST FROM GREEN RIVER.
Nos. 182, 183. SHERMAN STATION, summit of Black Hills.
No. 184. DALE CREEK CAÑON.
No. 185. DEVIL'S GATE OF DALE CREEK.
No. 187. BRIDGE OVER THE NORTH PLATTE, first crossing.
Nos. 188, 191, 192, 194. DALE CREEK BRIDGE, Black Hills.
No. 195. THE NORTH PLATTE, at Fort Fred Steele.
Nos. 196-199. DALE CREEK BRIDGE, Black Hills.
Nos. 200-249. ARE OF INDIAN SUBJECTS which have been incorporated into the Indian catalogue in this same
The following fourteen views are, among the curiously eroded granites in the Black Hills, about five miles north of Sherman Station.Nos. 250-251. THE PIONEER'S HOME.
[Last updated 8/18/2003.]
List of U.P.R.R. W. H. Jackson Stereographs:
Courtesy Barry Swackhamer.
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