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Death Valley National Monument
Description: Major landmarks of Death Valley National Park from the 1940's.

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Clip #: TFA-167A
Length: 10:55
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Country: United States
State: California
Subject: National Parks
Original: 16mm
1940s, Death Valley National Monument, Nevada, California, entrance at Death Valley Junction, paved road down Furnace Creek Wash, Black Mountains, Funeral Mountains, Amargosa Range, paleozoic rocks, park ranger using broom to uncover petrified camel foot imprint in sand, cat pad marks in sand, Greenwater Canyon, petroglyphs, Panamint Native Americans, Timbisha, Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, Indian Village, senior Native American man, Furnace Creek springs, salt flats, Bennett's Well, broken wagon wheel, oxen bones, Panamint Mountains, Cottonball Borax, Harmony Borax Works, colemanite, rasorite, Death Valley National Monument Headquarters, park superintendent and park ranger, salt pools, Badwater Basin, Badwater Pool, Telescope Peak, Black Mountains, Sea Level marker, Dante's View, Panamint Mountains, Telescope Peak, Mount Charleston, Furnace Creek Wash, Mount Whitney, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Zabriskie Point, cactus, cacti, Cottontop Cactus, Beavertail Cactus, Creosote bush, Scotty's Castle, clock tower, sand dunes, sunset over Telescope Peak

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