Panoramas in the Parks

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National and State Parks and Monuments offer great opportunities for panoramic photography (QTVR and otherwise). I have assembled this collection from our travels around the USA.

I have organized them by alphabetically by state and park name.

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NORTH DAKOTA

Fort Lincoln State Park - Home of the 7th Cavalry
South of Mandan, ND

Panorama of the entry area of Fort Abraham Lincoln (F.K.A. Fort McKeen). This area shows a frontier
encampment and the west end of the Commissary/Storehouse building. The open area on the other side
of the white picket fence is the parade ground. ('09)

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Panorama of the entry area on the southwest corner of Fort Abraham Lincoln (F.K.A. Fort McKeen).
This area shows a frontier cavalry encampment. The westend of the Comissary/Storhouse building
can be seen through the trees. ('09)

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Panorama of the southwest corner of Fort Abraham Lincoln (F.K.A. Fort McKeen). The nearest building
is theComissary/Storhouse. across the parade ground the stables, barracks, and granery can be seen.
LtCol Custer's house can be seen down the sidewalk. ('09)

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Panorama processding down the walkway towards LtCol Custer's house. The other foundations
are the other 7th Cavalry Officer's houses.The open area on the other side of the white picket
fence is the fort parade ground. ('09)

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Panorama taken from the boardwalk in front of LtCol Custer's house at Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama inside the parlor of LtCol Custer's House. The house was rebuilt and refurnished in proper
1873 period furnishings, many of which were in the house when Custer lived there. ('09)

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Panormama taken inside LtCol Custer's dining room. ('09)
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Panorama taken inside the kitchen of the Custer house at Fort Lincloln.
The servents stairs can be seen going up to their quarters on the second floor. ('09)

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Panorama taken from the top of the servants stairs. The kitchen can be seen below. ('09)
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Panorama inside the second floor bedrooms of LtCol Custer's house on Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama inside of LtCol Custer's second floor bedroom. ('09)
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Panormama at the top of the second floor stairs in LtCol Custer's Fort Lincoln house.
The doorway to the bedrooms are to the left and his billiard/trophy room is to the right. ('09)

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Panorama inside of LtCol Custer's billiard parlor. Here the tour guide is describing the furishings. ('09)
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Panorama of LtCol Custer's den/office. The desk next to the fireplace is his campaign field desk. ('09)
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Panormama taken from the center of the Fort Lincoln parade ground. Clockwise from LtCol Custer's
house, is the grainery, the barracks,the stables (further down the hill), and the Commissary building.
At it's height, the entire parade ground was surrounded by buildings. ('09)

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Panorama taken in front of the 7th Cavalry Barracks at Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama from inside the 7th Cavalry barracks at Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panormama taken inside the 7th Cavalry barracks at Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama inside the 7th Cavalry barracks at Fort Lincoln. The plaques on the foot lockers are
biographies of each trooper that died with LtCol Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. ('09)

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Panorama of the inside of the 7th Cavalry Barracks messing area.
Each barracks building had its own kitchen and mess on the back of the building. ('09)

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Panorama taken on the front porch of the 7th Cavalry Barracks at Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama of a campaign tents set up on the edge of the Fort Lincoln Parade Grounds.
The Commissary/Storage building is behind the tents. ('09)

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Panorama taken outside of the cerimonial earth lodge. This area was the center of a Mandan Village co-located
on Fort Lincoln. The village at the time had hundreds of these lodges and was surrounded by a dry moat.
The wood platforms are drying racks for meat. ('09)

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Panorama of the inside of one of the Mandan Indian Village earth lodges at Fort Lincoln.
This type of lodge would have housed an entire family unit. ('09)

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Panorama inside the main Mandan Indian Village cerimonial earth lodges.
This one would have been used for cerimonial purposes rather than housing. ('09)

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Panorama of the central area of the Mandan Indian Village. The small log stockade was cerimonial
and was part of the Mandan's flooded earth legend. ('09)

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Panorama taken from the roof of one of the blockhouses that guarded the infantry post area of Fort Lincoln. ('09)
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Panorama taken at the edge of the infantry post parade ground at Fort Lincoln.
The block-houses were arranged in a triangle around the parade field. ('09)

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Medora, ND

Panorama taken at the edge of the Painted Canyon in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. ('09)
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Panorama taken from the I-94 overlook at the Painted Canyon in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. ('09)
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Panorama taken at the Teddy Roosevelt National Park Painted Canyon information kiosk. ('09)
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Panorama from atop the wall around the Painted Canyon information overlook at
Theodore Roosevelt National Park. ('09)
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Panorama taken on the side of a gully along the driving route in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. ('09)
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Panorama taken at the site of the Marquis de Mores' 1883 meat packing plant in Medora. The Marquis
tried to revolutionize the meat industryby processing the beef on-site and shipping it in refridgerated
railroad cars to Chicago. The site of his facility is outside the gates of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. ('09)

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A view from the railroad spur that services the Marquis de Mores' 1883 meat packing plant in Medora. ('09)
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Marquis De Mores park in Medora, ND. ('10)
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