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Royal Palm Hammock (Funding) Electronic format produced as part of Reclaiming the Everglades, a collaborative project of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, funded by the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Program.; (Statement of Responsibility) John K. Small.
A botanical excursion to the Big Cypress (Funding) Electronic format produced as part of Reclaiming the Everglades, a collaborative project of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, funded by the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Program.; Reprinted from Natural History, vol. XX, no. 4 (1920); (Statement of Responsibility) by John Kunkel Small.
Exploration in Southern Florida in 1915 (Funding) Electronic format produced as part of Reclaiming the Everglades, a collaborative project of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, funded by the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Program.; (Statement of Responsibility) [J.K. Small]
Canals and home in the Everglades, Fla. 1 postcard, postally unused; caption: "Canals and Home in the Everglades, Fla."
Panther and crocodile, 1883-1895? The Florida panther was shot either by Little Tiger in 1891 near Coconut Grove, or by Mr. Richards near the Punch Bowl (freshwater spring, Miami), January 17, 1895. Ralph Munroe shot the 14 ft., 7 in. crocodile at Arch Creek, the winter of 1883-84. He sent the skin to the American Museum of Natural History (New York), where it was placed on display.; (Funding) Electronic reproduction. Miami, Fla. : Reclaiming the Everglades, c2000. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software. Digitized from photographs at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami, Florida.
Reclaiming the Everglades, Florida 1 postcard, postally unused; caption: "Reclaiming the Everglades, Florida"
A cruise to the Cape Sable region of Florida (Funding) Electronic format produced as part of Reclaiming the Everglades, a collaborative project of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, funded by the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Program.; (Statement of Responsibility) John K. Small.
The Spruce-Fir Trail sign surrounded by shrubs Great Smoky Mountains National Park Spruce-Fir Trail Sign, II-A-Sign-3317, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
View of a split-log bench along the trail, note the water flowing from a pipe overflow beyond the bench, Elkmont campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-guided nature trail with signs and markers, Elkmont campground. Work Order No. R-11 GRSM. A split-log bench along the trail in the upper section of the valley. Beyond the bench, note the water flowing from a pipe overflow of an old spring.Elkmont Nature Trail; Mids. Branch Nature Trail, II-T-Tn-7510, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
View from Clingmans Dome Tower, tree tops in foreground with mountains in background, Clingmans Dome, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Vertical. Completion report photo.View from Clingmans Dome Tower, I-A-CD-5948, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Clingmans Dome
Hazel Creek Valley Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bend of bay, a bridge.Hazel Creek Valley, III-S-5401, History - Historic Sites
View of nature trail path, Elkmont Campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-guided nature trail with signs and markers, Elkmont campground. Word Order No. R-11 GRSM. Connecting trail between the Elkmont campground and the nature trail. View looking at incline towards the road crossing and start of the nature trail.Elkmont Nature Trail; Mids. Branch Nature Trail, II-T-Tn-7517, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
The Buckeye Trail sign surrounded by shrubs Great Smoky Mountains National Park Buckeye Trail Sign, II-A-Sign-3316, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
Photo of rocks and grasses with trees in background, Cades Cove, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cades Cove,Soil & Moisture Project, IV-Z-17278
Hazel Creek Great Smoky Mountains National Park Log soaking lake at Proctor. Right hand view of 2. Looking west.Hazel Creek, III-S-5403, History - Historic Sites
Dark image of shrubs around broken tree, Big Locust Nature Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Big Locust Nature Trail; Broken basswood, II-Tn-5444, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
Foliage Great Smoky Mountains National Park
View from Clingmans Dome Tower, tree tops in foreground with mountains in background, Clingmans Dome, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Vertical.View from Clingmans Dome Tower, I-A-CD-5947, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Clingmans Dome
Close up of Rhododendron Catawbiense on Alum Cave Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park Great Smoky Mountains National Park Alum Cave Trail. Close-up of single clump. Rhododendron Catawbiense, I-F-Rho-1154, Natural Features - Flora - Rhododendron
View of maintenance personnel hauling large rocks by wheelbarrow up the nature trail, vehicles and trees in the picture, Elkmont campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-guided nature trail with signs and markers, Elkmont campground. Work Order No. R-11 GRSM. Maintenance personnel hauling large rocks by wheelbarrow up the nature trail to places at staked locations for a base of the routed plastic interpretation markers.Elkmont Nature Trail; Mids. Branch Nature Trail, II-T-Tn-7505, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)

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