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Little Rocky Mountains: Mission Gorge, south of St. Paul's, cut through the great limestone wall by Peoples Creek. Blaine County, Montana. July 22, 1920. Plate 9-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Perched boulder on Snake Butte, 12 miles south of Harlem. Blaine County, Montana. July 20, 1920. Plate 39-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Glacial boulders: Boulder of red granite on upland 20 miles north of Malta. Phillips County, Montana, August 26, 1916. Plate 41-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Pre-Wisconsin drift of Rocky Mountain Glaciers: glacial drift, largely cemented to tillite. Exposed at west end of highest (No. 1) bench, north of Lower Two Medicine Lake, SW1/4, sec. 16, T. 32 N., R. 13 W. Glacier National Park. Montana July 6, 1921. Plate 16-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Glaciated canyon of Big Timber Creek, Crazy Mountains. Sweet Grass County, Montana. August 31, 1921. Plate 45-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Sun River Canyon: mouth of the canyon from foothills several miles east, showing the notch cut nearly 1,000 feet deep through the lower limestone wall, probably in interglacial time. Lewis and Clark County, Montana. September 21, 1920. Plate 43-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Twin Buttes, Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, 9 miles north of Hays, on the top 850 above the plain, are drift pebbles showing that the glacier overrode the buttes. T. 28 N., R. 24 E. Blaine County, Montana. September 14, 1916. Plate 36-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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South Moccasin Mountains: North across the gravelly No. 2 bench southwest of Lewistown, Fergus County, Montana. October 4, 1920. Plate 11-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Little Rocky Mountains: Near St. Paul's Mission, across Peoples Creek (altitude 3,550 to 3,650 feet) showing No. 1 bench (3,950 to 4,300 feet) and No. 2 bench (3,700 to 3,800 feet), sloping northward from the mountains at the left. Blaine County, Montana. July 22, 1920. Plate 8-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Moraines of the Keewatin ice sheet, early Wisconsin Stage: Recessional moraine near Martin Lake, 25 miles north of Malta. Northwest along crest of moraine, the cabins are on the plain just south (outside) the moraine. Phillips County, Montana. August 29, 1916. Plate 38-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Glacial boulders: Transported blocks of Paleozoic limestone on upland north of Nelson reservoir, 18 miles northeast of Malta. Phillips County, Montana, August 28, 1916. Plate 41-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Moraines of east Rosebud Glacier south of Roscoe: older lateral moraine (Illinoian or Iowan?) on No. 2 bench (at right) and younger lateral moraine (Wisconsin) descending to valley bottom (in left middle ground). Carbon County, Montana. July 21, 1924. Plate 47-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Little Rocky Mountains: Flaxville plain or No. 1 bench west of St. Paul's Mission, graded to the top of the limestone wall and the general profile of the mountains at the left. Blaine County, Montana. July 23, 1920. Plate 8-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Pleistocene conglomerate on Clark Fork of the Yellowstone River; capping a remnant of No. 2 bench 200 feet above the river, near the J.F. Allen ranch, 2 miles north of the Montana-Wyoming State line. Carbon County, Montana. June 10, 1922. Plate 22-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Moraines of Two Medicine Glacier, Blackfeet Indian Reservation: 8 miles northeast of Browning, along the crest, showing the front of the moraine curving off to the left in the background. Glacier County, Montana. circa 1915. Plate 42-C, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Little Rock Mountains; north front of mountains east of Hayes post office, showing great wall of upturned Paleozoic limestone. The horizon of top of wall is correlative with Flaxville Plain (No. 1 trench). Remnant of No. 2 bench at left. Blaine County, Montana. July 20, 1920. Plate 6-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Album caption: Moraines of Two Medicine Glacier, Blackfeet Indian Reservation: 7 miles southwest of Browning, showing numerous small lakes. Sec. 28, T. 32 N., R. 12 W. Glacier County, Montana. July 20, 1911. Plate 42-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Big Sheep Mountain northwest of Terry, illustrating destruction of high gravel-covered benches and development of lower benches by erosion: Last stages of breaking down of high level plain by broadening of a lower plain and dissection of the divide. Cedar Creek valley. Prairie County, Montana. June 2, 1922. Plate 4-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Missouri River meandering on the plain a few miles below Cascade, there is probably considerable filling in the pre-glacial channel beneath the riverbed. Cascade County, Montana. September 18, 1920. Plate 31-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Yellowstone River; bluff south of Forsyth, this bluff of Lance sandstone and shale is capped with quartzite river gravel of the second terrace (no. 2 bench), 250 to 300 feet above the river. Rosebud County, Montana. June 3, 1920. Plate 27-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.


map background search result map search result map Pre-Wisconsin drift of Rocky Mountain Glaciers: glacial drift, largely cemented to tillite. Pre-Wisconsin drift of Rocky Mountain Glaciers: glacial drift, largely cemented to tillite.