Some of our road crew near the Lone Tree marker. [ 2,448; 21,705 bytes ]
Russ describing events which occurred near the Lone Tree marker.
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Lone Tree marker near the county road. [ greyscale; 19,497 bytes ]
Oregon Trail marker off the county road, to the south.
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Members of the road crew investigating the old Oregon Trail.
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The Elm Creek marker and valley, looking west. [ 1,595; 21,215 bytes ]
12x shot of swales west of Elm Creek, looking towards Oregon & California.
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Viewing the Oregon Trail ruts headed west. [ 1,312; 14,177 bytes ]
Another view of the Oregon Trail sign near the Lone Tree marker.
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A Pony Express marker. [ 1,027; 18,277 bytes ]
Russ and Corrine in the Kenesaw City Park. [ 2,447; 21,516 bytes ]
Picnic lunch in the Kenesaw City park, looking east towards an old wooden
cabin. [ 2,568; 23,618 bytes ]
"Rut nuts" approach Susan Hail's grave site. [ 2,079; 18,287 bytes ]
This view shows Susan Hail's new grave marker.
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Some of our OCTA Chapter Spring Trekkers. [ 3,138; 27,105 bytes ]
A closeup of Susan Hail's tombstone. [ 2,448; 30,063 bytes ]
Thanks for joining us along the trails of Adams County, Nebraska!
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These images and the HTML source code were made on an Apple IIgs computer,
and tested using Netscape and IE.
Here's a screen shot of an Oregon Trail image being converted from videotape to
computer screen image, using Allison software and the AST-VisionPlus Enhanced
digitizer card. Then, SuperConvert 4.0 software converted graphic files from
Allison to .png or .gif formats. An Apple IIgs peripheral was used to convert
.png to .jpg files which you see here. All of these images are 320 x 200 pixels
at 72 DPI.