Resourceful Scenes from the Past & Present
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Number 20 - Scotts Bluff
Scotts Bluff, a prominent erosional feature composed of the Miocene- and Oligocene-age rocks of the Arikaree and White River groups, was a landmark for pioneer travelers on the Mormon and Oregon Trails and for Pony Express riders.
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Compiled by Roger K. Pabian, SNR Research Geologist, Emeritus
Illustrated by Alan Cook and Dee Ebbeka