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"Sublime and Beautiful Mountain Scenery":
Western Images of A.E. Mathews
The Palisades
The Palisades.
9. Alfred Edward Mathews (1831-1874). The Palisades. Tinted lithograph, Plate 26. Mathews, A.E. Pencil Sketches of Montana. New York: The Author, 1868. Archives & Rare Books Department, University Libraries, University of Cincinnati.
"Plate XXVI is a view about seventy-five miles below Fort Benton, looking down. The artist has called these high, perpendicular sandstone rocks, 'the Palisades.' The dark column seen beyond them is volcanic."