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Eagle sandstones south of Yellowstone, near Billings. Yellowstone, County, Montana. 1904.
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Pompeys Pillar, a low butte formed by the sandstone at the base of the Lance formation. It is near the south bank of the Yellowstone, about 2.5 miles west of the station by the same name on the Northern Pacific Railway. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Plate 18 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 711. 1920.
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Eagle sandstones, south side of Yellowstone, below Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1904.
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Massive sandstone at the base of the Eagle formation showing a natural bridge of sandstone where the two men are sitting, an opening has been eroded through the sandstone back of the natural bridge, and a very large pine tree has grown up through the small opening since it was formed. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Plate 17-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 711. 1920.
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The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Plate 19-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 691. 1919.
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Album caption and index card: Group showing Messrs. Campbell (1), Stone (2), Hinds (4), Kennedy (3), and Cleave (5) at De Bores, sec. 30, T. 7 N., R. 30 E. Montana. P.M. Handwritten notes on album caption: Yellowstone County. 1909.
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Contrasting topography of upper part of Fort Union formation (upper left) and Lebo shale member of the Fort Union (foreground) in sec. 34, T. 5 N., R. 30 E. Castle Butte in central background. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1909. Plate 4-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 647. 1917.
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Bluff of Lance sandstone east of Custer, capped with quartzite stream gravel of the second terrace (no. 2 bench). The face of the cliff shows the effects of differential weathering of the friable sandstone. Yellowstone County, Montana. September 1921. Plate 26-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.
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Sandstone "rim rock" in sec. 5, T. 5 N., R. 31 E., showing abrupt change in bedding. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1909. Plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 647. 1917.
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Pompeys Pillar, 30 miles northeast of Billings an erosion remnant of Lance sandstone in the valley. On the opposite side toward the river, Capt. William Clark, of the Lewis and Clark expedition, cut his name and the date July 25, 1806. Yellowstone County, Montana. September 28, 1921. Plate 26-A, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 174. 1932.


    map background search result map search result map Pompeys Pillar, 30 miles northeast of Billings an erosion remnant of Lance sandstone in the valley. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1921. Bluff of Lance sandstone east of Custer, capped with quartzite stream gravel of the second terrace. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1921. The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1916. Pompeys Pillar, a low butte formed by the sandstone at the base of the Lance formation.Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Massive sandstone at the base of the Eagle formation showing a natural bridge of sandstone where the two men are sitting. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Group photo includes Campbell, Stone, Hinds, Kennedy, and Cleaver. Yellowstone County, Montana. Circa 1909. Pompeys Pillar, 30 miles northeast of Billings an erosion remnant of Lance sandstone in the valley. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1921. Bluff of Lance sandstone east of Custer, capped with quartzite stream gravel of the second terrace. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1921. The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1916. Pompeys Pillar, a low butte formed by the sandstone at the base of the Lance formation.Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Massive sandstone at the base of the Eagle formation showing a natural bridge of sandstone where the two men are sitting. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1917. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Erosion of arenaceous and argillaceous shales about 10 miles southwest of Billings. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1901. Group photo includes Campbell, Stone, Hinds, Kennedy, and Cleaver. Yellowstone County, Montana. Circa 1909.