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Huntington Ravine from Boott Spur Trail in Sargent's Purchase in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Huntington Ravine is named for Joshua H. Huntington, the assistant to state geologist Charles H. Hitchcock (served as New Hampshire State Geologist from 1868 to 1878). Both men were members of an expedition that spent the 1870-1871 winter on Mount Washington. The purpose of this expedition was to observe and record the weather on Mount Washington.
Title: Boott Spur Trail - Mount Washington, New Hampshire

Description: Huntington Ravine from Boott Spur Trail in Sargent's Purchase in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Huntington Ravine is named for Joshua H. Huntington, the assistant to state geologist Charles H. Hitchcock (served as New Hampshire State Geologist from 1868 to 1878). Both men were members of an expedition that spent the 1870-1871 winter on Mount Washington. The purpose of this expedition was to observe and record the weather on Mount Washington.

Location: Sargent's Purchase, New Hampshire, United States

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