Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Waterfalls; Cliffs; Great Falls (Mont.)
The cliffs at the falls are about "one hundred fifty to three hundred feet deep with a steep descent to within fifty feet of the bottom, and for the remaining distance perpendicular walls of red sandstone." "Above the falls the banks...
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.