Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Mount Baker (Wash.); Cascade Range
"Mount Baker is one of the loftiest and most conspicuous peaks of the northern Cascade range; it is nearly as high as Mount Rainier, and, like that mountain, its snow-covered pyramid has the form of a sugar-loaf." Plate LXX.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Mount Rainier (Wash.)
"Mount Rainier is one of the highest and most prominent peaks of the Cascade range." "The mountain was first discovered by Vancouver in the beginning of May of 1792, from Port Townsend. He named it in honor of his friend, Rear...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Columbia River; Cascade Falls
The Cascade rapids, sometimes referred to as the Cascade Falls. This is an area of rapids in the Columbia River where travelers by boat along the river were forced to either portage boats and supplies or pull boats up with ropes. Plate XLV.