The United States of America: A Study of the American Commonwealth, Its Natural Resources, People, Industries, Manufactures, Commerce, and Its Work in Literature, Science, Education, and Self-Government

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LIST OF FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS.
VOL. I.
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Statue of George Washington, U. S. Sub-Treasury, New YorkFrontispiece
Columbus Monument, New York6
North American Elk12
View from East River Bridge, New York21
Immigrants' Landing, Ellis Island, New York Harbor35
The Rocky Mountain Goat41
West Point and the Hudson River48
Victoria Bridge, Montreal52
A Group of Mule Deer69
Dismal Swamp, North Carolina, showing Swamp Cypress and Cypress Knees75
House of Negro Family in Florida79
Packing Sponges, Bahama Islands85
A Screw Palm91
The Sea Grape98
The Mammoth Terraces, Yellowstone National Park105
Sheep-shearing112
Source of the Kanab Wash, Colorado River120
Eagle Crag, Rio Virgen, Utah129
The Grizzly Bear134
Falls of the Yellowstone, Wyoming, in Winter140
View taken in the Bad Lands, Nebraska147
Horseshoe Cañon150
In the Alkaline Valley, Black Hills156
The Green River Cañon164
The Marble Cañon, Colorado River170
Plowing and Thrashing, Manitoba174
The Rocky Mountain Sheep180
Sitka, Alaska184
A Family of Antelopes189
Navajo Fire-Dance200
Scene in a Courtyard of Laguna Pueblo212
Shoshone Village219
Cliff House on Beaver Creek, near Fort Verde, Arizona234
Coahuila Mission Indian grinding Seeds246
Navajo Woman weaving a Blanket256
Navajo Dance of Nabikàī270
Map, Center of Population297

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