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Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston, Park County, Montana

Paul W. Richards

Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston, Park County, Montana

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Montana -- Park County.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Paul W. Richards.
    SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 1021-L, Contribution to general geology, Contributions to general geology
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. iv, 385-438 :
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19815806M

    The requirements of the Fort for supplies caused a ferry to be set up across the Yellowstone River four miles east of the present site of Livingston. This incident, added to others, caused the then territorial governor to organize a militia to punish the Indians and protect the settlers. This information was collected and compiled by Jim and Carol Romans. Subordinate flows of porphyritic andesite and basaltic andesite containing plagioclase, hornblende, and pyroxene phenocrysts. Some features of this site may not work without it.

    Central Montana: dark gray, carbonaceous shale interbedded with siltstone and sandstone, chert-pebble conglomerate, and coal. Tampico Member: very light gray, well-sorted quartz sandstone and siltstone, and chert-pebble conglomerate. Nearshore and restricted marine. Piper Formation Jp : Upper part: red mudstone and gypsum; middle part: gray shale, limestone, and dolomite; lower part: red mudstone and gypsum. Boulder River Sandstone Member: gray to greenish gray, very fine-grained to conglomeratic, glauconitic sandstone.

    This is where they thought that the supply store site they were looking for should be. The birth of Livingston was the death of Clark City. Clark City eventually had 6 general stores, 2 hotels, 2 restaurants, 2 watchmakers, 2 wholesale liquor dealers, 2 meat markets, 3 blacksmiths, 1 hardware store, 30 saloons and a population of people. They made the mile trip to St.


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Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston, Park County, Montana by Paul W. Richards Download PDF Ebook

Swift Formation Jsw : Orangish brown, glauconitic, flaggy-bedded, commonly fossiliferous, fine-grained sandstone or sandy coquina with subordinate dark gray shale interbeds; chert pebbles common.

Metamorphic and sedimentary rocks can become igneous rocks if they are melted then resolidify Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston the magma or lava. If you can find an open piece of dirt, you can find rocks.

Three local members Bowes, Firemoon, and Tampico, in descending order. Federal lands comprise 51 percent of Park County's landmass. Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston very glauconitic, pebbly, arkosic, or iron-stained. Cretaceous and Jurassic at surface, covers 0. Morrison Formation Jm : Green, gray, or red mudstone and marlstone with subordinate limestone and sandstone beds.

Therefore, sedimentary and igneous rocks can become metamorphic rocks if they are buried deep in Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston earth's crust. Clearly in the early decades of the cemetery, this section with its separate flag pole and government-issued grave markers was very similar to what a national cemetery might be.

Thickness as much as m ft. As explored in other posts over the last three years, Montana has many reminders of the Civil War era within its built environment.

Upper part Neocomian age in central Montana and contains carbonaceous black shale and coal. The requirements of the Fort for supplies caused a ferry to be set up across the Yellowstone River four miles east of the present site of Livingston.

Paul W. Victorian era cemeteries are often very expressive, and the Mountain View Cemetery in Livingston has many other interesting grave markers scattered throughout its grounds.

By fall the town was well established and an election poll in November counted votes for delegates to congress. Alfalfa and grass hay are grown as cattle feed [20] under irrigated conditions along the main river course and also on the banks of creeks such as Flat Willow, Box Elder, and Macdonald.

Ellis Group Je - Swift Formation Jsw : Orangish brown, glauconitic, flaggy-bedded, commonly fossiliferous, fine-grained sandstone or sandy coquina with subordinate dark gray shale interbeds; chert pebbles common. Sandstones are noted in alternate sequences and are identified at deeper depths in Cat Creek.

Quadrant Formation PAq : Very light gray, yellowish or pinkish, well-sorted sandstone or quartzite, locally interbedded with subordinate limestone beds. This study is not intended to be a decision document and does not require allocation of any funds towards a specific project contained in the report.

Rich gold placer deposits, such as in McClellan Gulch, accumulated after the earliest period of valley glaciation. Park Formation: Grayish green, fissile, micaceous shale with a few thin beds of calcareous sandstone and thin, gray limestone.

Rierdon Formation Jr : Gray, locally fossiliferous limestone that may contain floating grains of quartz sand, interbedded with greenish gray limy shale.

Roadside Geology of Montana

The almost complete lack of roads in the territory led to the use of the rivers, including the Yellowstone, as routes. Forest land covers 64, acres of which 6, acres are characterized as commercial forest Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, and Plains cottonwood are noted.

The Planning Board is still early in the process, and have yet to vote to make a recommendation to the Park County Commission to pursue the process of creating a zoning district.

Local conglomerate, porcellanite, and coal. Coastal plain or marine. Mission Canyon Formation Mmc : Gray, massive limestone with chert beds and nodules, and solution breccia zones.Park Montana book, Montana, Livingston, MT.

K likes. This page is for informational purposes only. Any public posts deemed inappropriate may be removed by administrators. Our official website is /5(16). Bedrock geology of the southern part of Tom Miner Basin Park from Park County High School, Livingston, Montana, he attended Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, and received a Bachelor of Science Degree most of the upper part of the succession in the map area.

Dikes east of Horse Creek may have fed some of the upper andésite Cited by: 1. The cemetery lies 6 miles [ km] to the East Southeast (ESE) of Livingston. The location of this cemetery was sourced from the GNIS.

Calvary Cemetery Search for a Community in Montana. About Park County. About Montana. These are excellent websites to visit when searching in and around the area of Livingston and Park County: Links at.Nov pdf,  · One of the oldest mining districts in Park County, the history of the area pdf reproduced here in almost vintage photographs, and captures America's fascination with the development of the Wild West.

Park County, so named due to its proximity to Yellowstone Park, was established in Brand: ArcadiaPublishing.Get this from a library! Geology of the area east and southeast of Livingston, Park County, Montana.

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