2 edition of A history of the upper Mussleshell Valley of Montana (to 1920) found in the catalog.
A history of the upper Mussleshell Valley of Montana (to 1920)
Harold Joseph Stearns
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The Judith River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately mi ( km) long, running through central Montana in the United rises in the Little Belt Mountains and flows northeast past Utica and is joined by Dry Wolf Creek in northern Fergus County, and itself joins the Missouri in the White Cliffs Area approximately 18 mi (29 km) northwest of Winifred.⁃ coordinates: 46°50′57″N °16′10″W . Liver-Eating Johnston's Gruesome Revenge, Northwestern Montana Crazy Woman Morgan and the Massacre, Musselshell River Fort Benton: Mecca on the Upper Missouri, Fort Benton The Golden Cornerstone, Alder Gulch Blood on the Bozeman Trail, Fort C. F. Smith The Innocents at the End of Their Rope, Virginia Brand: TwoDot.
Page 43 - During this time they subsist chiefly on salmon, and as that fish disappears on the approach of autumn, they are obliged to seek subsistence elsewhere. They then cross the ridge to the waters of the Missouri, down which they proceed slowly and cautiously, till they are joined near the Three Forks by other bands, either of their own nation or of the Flatheads, with whom they associate. Buy A History of Montana by Helen Fitzgerald Sanders online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $
Looking Back book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. Welcome Pardners! Thanks for your interest in our Musselshell County and we hope to see you soon. Roundup Montana, our county seat and largest town, is less than an hour away from the state’s largest city of Billings—Montana’s trail head and home of the state’s Logan international airport.
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Kalispell, Montana and the upper Flathead ValleyAuthor: Henry Elwood. The Musselshell River is a tributary of the Missouri River, miles ( km) long from its origins at the confluence of its North and South Forks near Martinsdale, Montana to its mouth on the Missouri is located east of the Continental divide entirely within Montana in the United States.
Counting its pre-confluence tributaries, it measures – miles (– km) in length.⁃ coordinates: 46°28′47″N °16′21″W.
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We have posted much of the material as Pdf files, which can be viewed and printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader. History. Musselshell County was created in by Montana Governor Edwin L.
area was taken from Fergus, from Yellowstone, and Meagher counties. It was named for the Musselshell River which runs southwest-northeast through the county.
That river had been thus named in by the Lewis and Clark Expedition, due to the abundance of freshwater mussels found along its ssional district: At-large. Stories From The Upper Swan Valley Oral History Project book The 3rd edition of the USVHS book, As Time Goes By, a Chronology of Swan Valley, was updated this year with events dating up to Old Case tractor, circa to By Harold Joseph Stearns, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation.
Stearns, Harold Joseph, "History of the upper Musselshell Valley to " ().Author: Harold Joseph Stearns. Musselshell is an unincorporated village in Musselshell County, Montana, United is also the namesake of a census designated place (CDP) which incorporates the village.
The population of the village is unknown, but the population of the entire CDP was 60 at the census and village is located near the Musselshell River. Building out the definitive list of the best books where Montana plays a key role in the book or author's life.
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The railroads that transected Central Montana were the backbone of communities on the plains. Railroads like the Montana Railroad, the Milwaukee Road and the Montana Rail Link provided supplies for growth of the region. Artifacts from the golden age of these railroads were donated to the Upper Musselshell Historic Society for a new collection.
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