Save Save Remove Delete America's first declared national monument (in 1906): Devils Tower in northeast Wyoming, also known by more benign names, including Bear Lodge, by indigenous American Indians. The National Park Service, which manages the attraction, declares each June as a "climb-free" period (with mixed success), out of respect for nearby tribes, who consider the monument sacred and loathe the “Devils Tower” name. Original image from Carol M. Highsmith’s America, Library of Congress collection. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. MoreFree public domain CC0 imageID : 582788 Jpeg Web size Jpeg 1200 x 800 px | 300 dpi Large size Jpeg 3500 x 2333 px | 300 dpi Original size Jpeg 8688 x 5792 px | 300 dpi View license We've made this image available to the public domain providing everyone access with a CC0 license.Free for personal and commercial use.No attribution required.