Report of a Reconnaissance from Carroll, Montana Territory, on the Upper Missouri, to the Yellowstone National Park, and Return: Made in the Summer of 1875
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1876 - 155 страници
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2d term abundant alkaline alluvial alti appearance August Baird bank beanty beds birds bluffs Box Elder Bridger Mountains buffalo Camp Baker Camp Lewis canon Carboniferous Carroll chron clays Cone Butte crater Cretaceous Crooked Creek crossed Deep Creek deposits distance double altitndes east Ellis exposure farther feet Fork Fort Ellis Fort Pierre fossils Geyser Basin grass gray height hills Jndith Mountains Jndith River large number Latitnde layers limestone Linn Little Belt Mountains Little Rocky lower miles Missouri River Montana Montana.—Date Moss Agate Musselshell Musselshell River nearly Observed double occasionally party passed plains pools prairie range ravines reached ridge rise road rocks sandstone seen September shales shell side slate slope species springs strata stream summit thickness timber trachyte trachytic hills trail upper valley vicinity Wood Wood.—Bar Wood.—Computer Yellowstone Lake Yellowstone Park Yellowstone River
Страница 35 - Sec. 2. That said public park shall be under the exclusive control of the Secretary of the Interior, whose duty it shall be, as soon as practicable, to make and publish such rules and regulations as he may deem necessary or proper for the care and management of the same. Such regulations shall provide for the preservation from injury or spoliation of all timber, mineral deposits, natural curiosities or wonders within said Park, and their retention in their natural condition.
Страница 35 - Gardiner's rivers; thence east to the place of beginning is hereby reserved and withdrawn from settlement, occupancy, or sale under the laws of the United States and dedicated and set apart as a public park or pleasuring ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people...
Страница 35 - Lake ; thence south along said meridian to the parallel of latitude passing ten miles south of the most southern point of Yellowstone Lake; thence west along said parallel to the meridian passing fifteen miles west of the most western point of Madison Lake; thence north along said meridian to the latitude of the junction of the Yellowstone and Gardiner's Rivers; thence east to the place of beginning...
Страница 67 - Where all the coyotes and gray wolves have been killed or driven ofí', the hares exist in great numbers ; but where the former are abundant, the latter are seldom seen. We saw none near the Missouri River, where the buffaloes, and consequently the wolves, were numerous ; but at Camp Baker, where there were scarcely any wolves, the hares were very common.
Страница 34 - ... to be for the edification of all. The treasures of art and beauty, cunningly contrived by the hand of nature, are in process of removal to territorial homesteads, and the proportion of material destroyed to that carried off is as ten to one. Hunters have for years devoted themselves to the slaughter of the game, until within the limits of the park it is hardly to be found. I was credibly informed by people on the spot, and personally cognizant of the facts, that during the winter of 1874 and...
Страница 35 - That the tract of land in the Territories of Montana and Wyoming, lying near the head-waters of the Yellowstone river...
Страница 35 - The Secretary may, in his discretion, grant leases for building purposes, for terms not exceeding...
Страница 13 - Gap, thirty miles farther, is a detachment of eighteen or twenty men ; and at Camp Lewis, thirty miles farther and seventy-five miles out of Carroll, is another summer garrison of two companies of infantry, from which a small detachment guards the stage-station at Box Elder, forty miles out of CarrollThese posts can conveniently receive their supplies from Carroll.
Страница 59 - Buffalo, elk, mule-deer, and antelope are being slaughtered by thousands each year, without regard to age or sex, and at all seasons. Of the vast majority of the animals killed, the hide only is taken. Females of all these species are as eagerly pursued in the spring, when just about to bring forth their young, as at any other time. It is estimated that during the winter of 1874-'75 not less than 3,000...