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Yakima subregion 3
Willamette Subregion 9
West approach to the Cascade Locks before the Bonneville Dam was built
Locks (Hydraulic engineering); Riverbanks; Water; Islands; Trees; Roads; Houses; Cities & towns; Hills; Mountains;
A black and white view of the Cascade Locks on the Columbia River, approaching from the west. The locks were completed in 1896 and submerged in 1938 with the completion of the Bonneville Dam. In the photograph,...
View upstream at Cascades of Columbia River.
Rivers; Waterfalls; Mountains; Trees; Rapids; Rocks;
View upstream at Cascades of Columbia River. River is seen rushing between two large rocks. In the background is a mountain. Conifers line the shore. It is a bright, sunny day.
View on the Columbia River, near Vancouver.
Riverbanks; Rivers; Meadows; Trees;
A black-and-white stereoscopic photograph with the caption "View on the Columbia River, near Vancouver." Printing on the cardboard mounting indicates it is number 1226 in the set of "Watkin's Pacific Coast"...
View on the Columbia River, Middle Block House, Cascades
Rivers; Valleys; Riverbanks; Railroads; Railroad rails; Railroad tracks; Water; Trees; Mountains; Islands;
A black-and-white stereoscopic photograph with the caption "View on the Columbia River, Middle Block House, Cascades". Printing on the cardboard mounting indicates it is number 1264 in the set of "Watkins'...
View of Multnomah Falls
Waterfalls; Railroads; Buildings; Automobiles; People; Tourists; Railroad passenger cars; Lodges;
An elevated view of what is probably Multnomah Falls. A train, with an open-air passenger car and another covered passenger car, is in the foreground of the image. Automobiles from the 1920s or 1930s are...
View of Maryhill, Wa., and Columbia River, from Samuel Hill property. Two steamboats moored at town
Hills; Rocks; Rivers; Cities & towns; Steamboats; Water; Trees; Buildings; Plants; Riverbanks; Roads;
A black and white image identified as a view of Maryhill, Washington, from Samuel Hill's property, showing two steamboats moored at the town. In the foreground are rock outcrops; the hill down which we...
View of Columbia River from Oregon side. OWRN train on tracks in FG.
Rivers; Water; Railroads; Railroad cars; Railroad locomotives; Hills; Trees; Lakes & ponds; Roads; Clouds;
A train of the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company steams through the midground of this black and white image, taken from the south side of the Columbia River. There is one locomotive and...
View looking west from Angel's Rest.
Rivers; Canyons; Trees; Piers & wharves; Riverbanks; Trails & paths;
View looking west from Angel's Rest. Bridal Veil on Columbia River in foreground. In the foreground is a tree-covered sloping hillside leading down to the river. The river bends to the right and there...
View from above Pillars of Hercules. Along Columbia River. Locomotive on OWRN tracks between Pillars
Rivers; Railroad locomotives; Trees; Rocks; Rock formations; Riverbanks; Utility poles; Railroads; Railroad tracks;
Seen from above, a steam locomotive passes between the Pillars of Hercules rock formation along the Columbia River. Trees line the riverbank and rocks and trees are partially submerged in the river close...
View along the Columbia
Rivers; Flags; Buildings; Houses; Flagpoles; Trees; Shrubs; Roads; Automobiles; Mountains; Utility poles;
A wooden building with a peaked roof and many windows along the side closest to the viewer is situated on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Columbia River. The river is on the right and can be seen flowing...
Upper Snake Subregion 4
Upper Columbia Subregion 2
Upper Columbia River Oregon
Rivers; Valleys; Riverbanks; Stern wheelers; Water; Hills; Buildings; Trees; Plants; Grasses; Cliffs;
A color postcard view. The legend in red at the top left reads "Upper Columbia River Oregon". In the foreground are flowering plants and grasses on the top of a cliff. The wide river takes up most of the...
Trevitt Monument, Memaloose Island
Monuments; Monuments & memorials; Funeral rites & ceremonies; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Islands; Men; Skulls; Bones; Trees; Rivers; Riverbanks; Water; Masonry; Beaches;
A black and white view of Trevitt Monument on Memaloose Island in the Columbia River east of Hood River. The monument, an obelisk of light-colored granite on a square base of darker stonework, marks the...
Trees in high water on Columbia River
Rivers; Floods; Trees; Erosion; Riverbanks;
Leafless trees are partially submerged in the water of the Columbia River which has overrun its banks. In the background a shoreline with a hillside is faintly visible.
Tree trunks of submerged forest in Columbia River
Tree stumps; Trees; Rivers; Hills; Water; Riverbanks; People;
A black and white view of jagged stumps of trees rising out of the water of the Columbia River. Behind rises a hill or bluff, sparsely covered with trees. The hill, the stumps, and the river dominate the...
Tonging for Toke Point Oysters, near mouth of the Columbia River
Oysters; Oystering; Oceans; Rivers; Water; Men; Fishermen; Boats; Clothing & dress; Mountains;
A photographic postcard that has been hand-tinted. The legend in red at the top reads "Tonging for Toke Point Oysters, near mouth of the Columbia River". More than a dozen men are each standing a wooden...
Three Native American men spearing salmon on rapids of Columbia River. Prentiss photo
Indians of North America; People; Men; Fishermen; Fishing; Fishing & hunting gear; Salmon; Water; Waterfalls; Riverbanks; Rivers; Rocks; Wooden buildings; Hills; Spear fishing; Spears; Hats; Clothing & dress;
Black and white image of three Native American men fishing from rocks at Celilo Falls. All hold long poles or spears. Two are wearing caps, while one wears what looks like a knitted cap. Two of the men...
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