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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Old Trail Town
The Arland Cabin was a trading post at Cottonwood Creek.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Old Trail Town
The McNally Cabin (1886) is one the oldest in the region.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Old Trail Town
Home of Frank Houx, the first mayor of Cody.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Old Trail Town
The post office built in 1885 in Bonanza is now full of buffalo horns.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Old Trail Town
Picturesque scene.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
The interior of the Chapel of the Transfiguration.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
Stained glass window.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
The altar of the Chapel of the Transfiguration faces the Grand Tetons.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
River ferry.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
Menor's General Store.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
Menor's General Store dates from 1909.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
The well.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
The Maud Noble Cabin.
United States of America
South Dakota
Custer
The unfinished Crazy Horse Memorial.
United States of America
South Dakota
Custer
Crazy Horse was a Sioux warrior who was killed by a US soldier while under a flag of truce. The head is 26.7m high and the feathers 13m long.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore is a national monument.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore is famous for its enormous carvings of four presidents.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
George Washington.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Thomas Jefferson.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Theodore Roosevelt.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Abraham Lincoln.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
The mountain was sculptured by Gutzon Borglum.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Visitors at Mount Rushmore.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Equipment used to sculpture the mountain.
United States of America
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore
Tools for sculpture.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
The Assemby Hall dates from 1882.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
Stained glass windows in the Assemby Hall.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
The 15 thousand pipe organ inside the Tabernacle.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
The Temple was completed in 1893.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
Temple furnishings displayed in the Visitor Centre.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
Ox yoke used by oxen carrying stone for the construction of the Temple.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
The interior of Beehive House is now a museum.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Room with a drawing of the Mormon Temple.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Brigham Young's office.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Room with portraits of Mormon leaders.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Bedroom.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Brigham Young's bedroom and personal effects.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Bookcase and office.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Portraits of two Mormon leaders.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Furniture.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Pendulum clock.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Table and chairs.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Crockery.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Stove.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
The dining room.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
Craft room.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
The Capitol was completed in 1916.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
Chandelier and paintings.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
A statue called Immigration and Settlement.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
Statue of Massassoit.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Section on dinosaurs.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Lythronax argestes, a newly discovered relative of Tyranosaurus rex that is 80 million years old.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Reconstructed head of Lythronax argestes.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Dinosaur footprint.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Skull of a stegasaurus.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Hagryphus giganteus, a therapod dinosaur from 75 million years ago.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
75 million year old Dromaeosaurus.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Skull of a barosaurus.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Fossilised ray fish.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Deinosuchus hatcheri, an extinct relative of the alligator.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Smilodon fatalis, a sabre toothed cat.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Giant bison and mammoth from the last ice age.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
2000 year old rock art.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
1000 year old figurines and carved bone.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
One thousand year old grinding stone.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Sandles found in a cave (500 AD and 5000 BC).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Petroglyphs of unknown origin and date.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Mocassin made of hide from 420.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Backpack (900 to 1400).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
14th century ceramic.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Double woven saddle blanket (Navajo, 1900s) and a women's saddle (Ute, 1800s).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Shoshone beaded cradle, 1900.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Maidu coiled basket made in the early 1900s.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Iroquois beaded bag from 1890.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Zuni inlaid pin shaped like a long haired katsina (mid 1900s).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Efigy pot by Lucy Mora from the early 1900s.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Hopi jar made in 1929.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Hopi katsinas (ceremonial dolls) from 2007 (Earl Denet).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Sun mask made by Don Leloosk in 1988.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Kwakwaka'waku style Moon mask (1987).
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Moon rock brought back by Appollo 17 in 1972.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Star map showing Navajo constellations.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Late 20th century Navajo doll.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Modern Navajo wood carving.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Ute blanket.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Rug made in 1970 by Marilyn Scott using many styles.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Gauntlet gloves made in 1925 by Bessie Moon from hide and glass beads.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
Piute seed bottle, early 1900s.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Natural History Museum
One of a series of Navajo Morning to Night baskets made by Joann Johnson in 1999.
United States of America
Utah
Dinosaur National Monument
The swelter shelter is a cave.
United States of America
Utah
Dinosaur National Monument
Petroglyphs are chipped out from the rock.
United States of America
Utah
Dinosaur National Monument
1000 year old petroglyphs from the Fremont people who once lived in the region.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
 Griffith Park Observatory.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
 Memorial to actor James Dean.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 One of many outdoor film sets.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Mount Wilson
 The top of Mount Wilson is home to an astronomical observatory.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Mount Wilson
 One of the solar telescopes at Mount Wilson Observatory.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Mount Wilson
 The shack where the Michelson and Morley experiment took place. The failure of the experiment led to Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Mount Wilson
 The 100 inch (254 cm) telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory was used by Edwin Hubble to discover the expansion of the Universe.

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