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  • 8000 ft. above the sea, and 398 m. beyond Gallatin City; and with this and the Lower Mississippi the Missouri forms a river channel 4221 m. in length,
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  • The American Cyclopædia Missouri River 1524747The American Cyclopædia — Missouri River MISSOURI RIVER (i. e., Mud river), the principal tributary
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  • picturesque valleys, and uniting with the Jefferson Fork of the Missouri at the Three Forks, on the W. border of Gallatin county; length about 230 miles.
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  • Kootenay river. The Missouri river is formed near Gallatin in the S. W. part of Montana by the junction of the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin rivers, which
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  • of Norris, whence power is also transmitted to Bozeman and Belgrade, Gallatin county, to Ruby, Madison county, and to the Greene-Campbell mine near Whitehall
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  • 1805 the ascent of the Missouri was continued as far as the three forks of the river, which were named the Jefferson, the Gallatin and the Madison. The
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  • Madison, and Gallatin, which meet at the foot of the Gallatin valley at a point known as the “Three Forks of the Missouri.” Here the Missouri is a good-sized
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  • adjudged that the petition be dismissed, and the company thereupon appealed. Gallatin, a stockholder of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, filed his bill
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  • George P. Notes on Eruptive Rocks from Gallatin, etc., Counties, Montana. Smithsonian Institution. Missouri Botanical Garden. Sixth Annual Report. St
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  • The Missouri is formed by a union of the Jefferson, the Madison and the Gallatin. It flows first east-north-east and then nearly east until it passes into
    429 bytes (8,210 words) - 20:16, 28 June 2014
  • for whom the town, McClure, Ill., is named. Josie McClure, b. 1864, in Gallatin, Mo., m. Wm. W. Martin. Rev. W. G. McClure was pastor, 1890, the Southern
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  • of alfalfa, and cereals are extensively grown, through irrigation, in Gallatin, Jefferson and Madison Valleys. The orchards produce apples, cherries,
    206 bytes (1,161 words) - 20:20, 22 July 2015
  • for sublimity and grandeur of scenery. The Gallatin Range, which separates the Yellowstone from the Gallatin river, enters the Park near the north-western
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  • and forms portion of the Idaho boundary. The Missouri river, formed by the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin rivers crosses the N. E. part of the State and
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  • opposed the renewal of the charter of the U. S. bank, notwithstanding Gallatin's recommendation, on the ground of the unconstitutionally of the bank,
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  • Yellowstone on the N., the park is entirely surrounded by national forests: the Gallatin and Absaroka national forests, on the N.; the Shoshone and the Beartooth
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  • p. 164), confirmed by Humboldt (Essai Politique, tom. i. p. 353). Mr. Gallatin comes to a different conclusion. (Transactions of American Antiquarian
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  • western. The former is formed by the junction of the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin, the two last-named having their source in the Yellowstone National Park
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  • Affairs, i. 700. Message of Jan. 30, 1808; State Papers, vol. v.; Indian Affairs, i. 752. Jefferson to Gallatin, May 29, 1805; Gallatin's Writings, 232.
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  • pottery of the mound-builders, on page 248, he says: "On the Saline River, Gallatin County, Illinois, according to MS. notes of Prof. Cox, there is, just above
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