The water of the Yellowstone River rushes over the Lower Falls and drops 308 feet to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Here, John O'Dowd and his party sit on a cliff with a splendid view of the falls. Note the dress of that era's tourists, much more formal than that of today's park visitors. Photographed ca. 1890 by Elliott W. Hunter.
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