Wetherill Photo Album

Courtesy Wanda Eaton Smith and Marietta Eaton
IMG 6754 IMG 6738 2T0A8467  Alamo Ranch near Mancos, Colorado. The ever present swings stretched above a spring and roped to Cottonwood trees. Abt. 1898 2T0A8469
2T0A8470 2T0A8471  Clayton Wetherill, Alamo Ranch Colorado. Packing for an expedition. 2T0A8472  Clayton Wetherill, Alamo Ranch Colorado. Packing for an expedition. 2T0A8474  Clayton Wetherill, Alamo Ranch Colorado. Packing for an expedition.
IMG 6703  Clayton Wetherill on the right. 2T0A8473  Clayton Wetherill, Alamo Ranch Colorado. 2T0A8475  Clayton Wetherill on the right. 2T0A8476  Clayton Wetherill on the right.
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2T0A8481  Clayton Driving the wagon. Alamo Ranch., Colorado. IMG 6748 2T0A8484  Clayton Wetherill IMG 6873  Rider in Chaco Canyon, NM
2T0A8485  Clayton Wetherill IMG 6872  Rider in Chaco Canyon, NM IMG 6762  Clayton Wetherill driving the wagon. Near Chaco Canyon, NM 2T0A8487
2T0A8488 2T0A8489  Richard and Marietta stone home. Wooen structure sttached to the home may have been the beginnings of a trading post. Chaco Canyon, NM IMG 6773  Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Apartment near Pueblo Del Arroyo. Note the pipe on the roof. It would have been attached to a stove for heating and cooking. Clayton Tompkins, Marietta's uncle lived here before he died the year the Wetherill's were at the St Louis Fair. 2T0A8491
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IMG 6781  Navajo tribal members in conference. Note the small stone structure in the background. The small structure was an apartment near Pueblo Del Arroyo. Note the pipe on the roof. It would have been attached to a stove for heating and cooking. Clayton Tompkins, Marietta's uncle lived here before he died the year the Wetherill's were at the St Louis Fair. 2T0A8497 IMG 6788 IMG 6787 - Copy  Richard Wetherill on the right.
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2T0A8505 2T0A8506 IMG 6795  Dr. Putnam and wife. Richard Wetherill in the middle. IMG 6793  Young Richard Wetherill playing in the excavations while his father Richard Wetherill operates a camera. Pueblo Bonito , NM
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IMG 6817 2T0A8539 IMG 6818  Emerald Lake IMG 6821
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2T0A8551 2T0A8552 2T0A8553 2T0A8554  Burn on Ruby Lake Trail
2T0A8555 2T0A8556 2T0A8558  Just before you get to Ruby Lake. Man withthe white beard is probably Dr. Putnam. 2T0A8560  Up the Rio Grande stuck in the mud.
2T0A8561  Visitor to lunch. Clayton Wetherill (middle) and Dr. Culler. IMG 6844 IMG 6845  This photo was taken from across the Rio Grande just south of Lost Trail. In the distance one can see Pole Mountain.  This camping spot was used often by the Wetherill family as well as others.  It took 2 days to go from Silverton to Hermit and usually the family camped at this spot for the night and continued on to Hermit or Claytonss home the next day. 2T0A8566  Top of Stony pass looking east Iin the far distance one can see the Rio grande Pyramid.
IMG 6848  Taken from the top of Timber Hill looking west up the Rio grande canyon, the way from which they had just traveled. 2T0A8568 - Copy 2T0A8569  The Animas River Canyon north of Silverton before Howardsville. Rail road tracks in bottom of the canyon. 2T0A8570
IMG 6852  Howardsville north of Silverton where the road to stony pass turns east to go over the pass 2T0A8572 IMG 6855 IMG 6856
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IMG 6860 2T0A8582 IMG 6867 IMG 6864  Kayenta, Arizona looking north. Government buildings in the background.
IMG 6868 IMG 6865  Home and trading post of John and Louisa Wetherill, establishing the town of Kayenta, Arizona IMG 6866  Home and trading post of John and Louisa Wetherill, establishing the town of Kayenta, Arizona. John Wetherill in the tie, Louisa Wetherill in the white dress and Their daughter, Georgia Ida, in the white dress behind the Navajo 2T0A8596