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"Boiler" and the "Black Growler" steam vents whose roar may be heard 1-2 mile, Yellowstone Park, U.S.A., The
One of the most popular regions of the Park is the Norris Geyser Basin, the highest geyser basin in the Park. Though the geysers of this basin are smaller than those farther south they are, in many ways, as interesting. ...
"Great Fountain" Geyser, throwing up clouds of steam and boiling water, Yellowstone Park.
Date Issued:1901, 1904
This is one of the famous spectacles of the Lower Geyser Basin. For several acres all around here the ground is like what you see underfoot, covered with a more or less brittle shell of "geyserite", a silica deposit from ...
Most Famous Sight in Yellowstone Park, "Old Faithful" Geyser in Action.
THE MOST FAMOUS SIGHT IN YELLOWSTONE PARK--"OLD FAITHFUL" GEYSER IN ACTION. We are in the northwestern corner of the state of Wyoming, within the reservation set off by Congress in 1872 for a national park. This point is ...
Entrance to the Devil's Kitchen, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Park, U.S.A.
Yellowstone River Valley.
Blain Terrace, The
Author(s):F. Jay Haynes
Minerva Terraces-Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellowstone Park.
You see in the view a mass of deposit forty feet high, covering an area of three-quarters of an acre, with a hot spring on its summit, the temperature of which is 154 degrees Fahrenheit. The constant changing of the overflow ...
Grand Canyon from Point Lookout, Yellowstone National Park.
Orange Geyser, Yellowstone Park.
Author(s):Geo. W. Griffith