National Geographic : 1928 Jul
TRAILING HISTORY DOWN THE BIG MUDDY © L. A. Huffman POMPEYS PILLAR, BETWEEN PRYOR CREEK AND THE BIG HORN Like some ruined castle, this great rock forms a conspicuous landmark on the Yellowstone. Captain Clark, of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, reported that "the Indians have carved figures of animals and other objects on the sides of the rock" (see text, page 85). © L. A. Huffman THE COTTONWOOD CABIN OF AN EARLY SETTLER ON THE UPPER YELLOWSTONE Along with his gun, his knife, and traps, the early white brought, of course, his ax, and decades before wagons or trains hauled in sawmill machinery the pioneer hewed logs for his rude hut. Weeks bf hardest work went into even a one-room cabin.