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  Encyclopedia: Battle Creek (Milk River)
Battle Creek is a stream that begins in southwest Saskatchewan along the border with Alberta.
It flows into the Milk River in Montana.
Battle Creek and other tributaries of the Milk River in the southern portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan are the only areas of Canada where the water ultimately flows into the Gulf of Mexico.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Battle-Creek-(Milk-River)   (119 words)

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Ypres, battles of Ypres, battles of, three major engagements of World War I fought in and around the town of Ypres in SW Belgium.
The first battle of Ypres (Oct.-Nov., 1914) was the last of the series of engagements referred to as the race for the sea.
Yukon Yukonyoo´kŏn, river, c.2,000 mi (3,220 km) long, rising in Atlin Lake, NW British Columbia, Canada, and receiving numerous headwater streams; one of the longest rivers of North America.
www.encyclopedia.com /searchpool.asp?target=Battle+Creek+(Milk+River)   (374 words)

 The MILK RIVER "Great Canadian Rivers"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Mingled Legacy: The archeological profile of southern Alberta's Milk River valley reflects the diversity of people that were drawn to the area's oasis-like abundance of food, water and shelter, and the other-worldliness of its landscape.
Milk Ridge Advantage: For large-scale ranchers, the high country of the Cypress Hills and the Milk River Ridge proved to be more rewarding than the dry, windswept, shortgrass plains.
In 1894, American William McIntyre purchased a 25,000 hectare tract of land at the foot of the Milk River Ridge, leasing an additional 32,000 hectares cattle range between the U.S. boundary and the north branch of the river in 1902.
greatcanadianrivers.com /rivers/milk/history-home.html   (1868 words)

 IB MT-99-065 - Biannual 305(b) Report to State of Montana
Frazier Creek is tributary to the Blackfoot River.
Elk Creek is tributary to the Blackfoot River.
Yourname Creek is tributary to the Blackfoot River.
www.blm.gov /nhp/efoia/mt/1999/ib/99mtb065.html   (14038 words)

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A young girl's first hand account of the events surrounding the Battle of Gettysburg, as she participated in them during the three days battle.
This book is an extraordinary collection that puts the reader in the midst of the battle: the planning of the charge, the bombardment, and the hand-to-hand combat of the participants.
The battle of Fort Sumter is covered in great detail as is the part played by the prominent participants including P.T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Abner Doubleday and Robert Anderson.
www.molalla.net /~milkcrk/htmlspec.html   (9187 words)

 The MILK RIVER "Great Canadian Rivers"
In the Milk River region, Pronghorns are at the northern limit of their tolerance for deep snow and extreme temperature fluctuations, making the Alberta population a small fraction of the total continental population of about 1 million.
The Milk River is known as an "underfit" river system because its valley is much larger than its river.
Broad and shady in summer, golden yellow in autumn, the tall deciduous Cottonwoods of the Milk River valley burst with a snowy blizzard of silky white seeds ("fluorescences") in the spring, just as run-off levels reach their peaks.
greatcanadianrivers.com /rivers/milk/species-home.html   (1430 words)

 Maine, Apr 00
Sixteen miles of the 22-mile ride were idyllic, including a picnic lunch on the banks of the river, a rest stop at a beautiful park with fish hatcheries, and a short detour into the picturesque town of Confluence.
But the river road, once we were on it, was disappointing because it was often too far from the banks, and views of the St. Lawrence were infrequent.
The river view campsites were densely crowded and noisy, so we opted for the quieter, more spacious sites back up on the hill with the mosquitoes.
www.worldwidewachs.com /Maine.htm   (10228 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Cypress Hills Massacre
The Cypress Hills Massacre was a massacre which occurred on June 1, 1873 in the Cypress Hills region of Battle Creek, Saskatchewan, involving a group of American wolf hunters or "wolfers", American and Canadian whiskey traders, Metis freighters and a camp of Nakoda (or Assiniboine) people.
Instead, the wolfers arrived in the Battle Creek valley where the trading posts operated by Abel Farwell and Moses Solomon were located opposite a camp of some 200 to 300 Nakoda people.
Tensions were already somewhat elevated, alcohol had been flowing freely on all sides and a misunderstanding over a missing horse led to a mixed group of wolfers, whiskey traders and Metis freighters opening fire on the Nakoda camp, resulting in 23 confirmed Nakoda deaths and the death of one wolfer, Ed LeGrace.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Cypress_Hills_Massacre   (441 words)

 Edwards Explorations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
It is believed that 13 to 27 White river Utes lost their lives in the battle.
As a result of the wider awareness of the Milk Creek troopers, many concerned individuals have come forward to assist and support the recovery efforts.
These gentlemen are very interested in my work on Milk Creek and have graciously supplied reams of personal information, documents, photos, articles, letters, etc. about their grandfathers’ lives, including new information concerning the battle.
www.edwardsexplorations.com   (1001 words)

 NPCN - Sage Creek/SW Pastures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Excellent habitat for pronghorn and raptors; sage grouse are present but declining; elk are abundant in the Cypress Hills, with a few in the Milk River valley; swift foxes have been restored to the area and are increasing in numbers.
Anyone venturing with their vehicle to the south side of the Milk River is encouraged to carry a jerry can of gasoline.
A popular route is from the town of Milk River to Writing-On-Stone, which has frequent small rapids in the spring.
www.npcn.net /pastures.htm   (1018 words)

 DFG News: Region 1: Aerial Trout Planting Reduced; Don't Touch Infant Wildlife; Elk Poacher Sentenced; North Fork ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Four people, including the landowner couple, were charged in connection with project, which involved substantial alteration of a steep canyon side that created the potential for hundreds of tons of material to end up in the stream.
A Civil Code settlement of the case provided for payment of approximately $50,000 by the defendants, including $25,000 to the DFG for "habitat restoration costs in the Battle Creek watershed." Court documents estimated construction work to stabilize the steep slope would cost the defendants $115,000.
He said the money might be used to help further a large, multi-agency project that is aimed at restoring anadromous fish access to some 42 miles of the Battle Creek drainage where five water diversion dams now impede passage of salmon and steelhead.
www.dfg.ca.gov /news/news02/r1_02007.html   (1848 words)

 Ahern Glacier
Ahern Creek, Glacier, Pass and Peak are named for Lt. George Ahern, who conducted what must have been the most extensive (and intensive) of the early explorations of the Glacier Park country.
On this journey, side trips were made up Cut Bank Creek to the summit; up Swiftcurrent Valley or St. Mary Valley (the records are not clear on this), to the summit; and over the divide from McDonald Creek into the headwaters of the Waterton Valley.
The reconnaissance maps made during the trips were compiled by me at St. Paul in the winter of 1890-91 and later incorporated in the Department of Dakota map of 1891, thus completing another of the many tasks assigned to the army as an advance guard in settlement and development of the western frontier.
homepages.rootsweb.com /~aherns/ahglac.htm   (15207 words)

 The Mayor Speaks: Travels Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Beaver Creek mountains to the south and west, Vail to the East and a huge mountain range to the north.
Then we head to Beaver Creek for two nights, Keystone for two nights, and one more destination to be determined.
As we walked towards the Delaware River, we ran across the Irish Memorial, a beautifully sculpted piece dedicated to the million men, women and children who perished in the mid-1800's and the millions of immigrants who found a new life in America.
www.joelcomm.com /cat_travels.html   (16074 words)

 MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Fox Valley – dryland farming and the role of ethnic settlement in the Prairie experience, Maple Creek – ranching and its land uses and Cypress Hills – recreation landscapes.
Draw a sketch map of the area around which we are camping.
Use the concepts of tertiary, primary, and secondary in your observations.
www2.mhc.ab.ca /geog/www/online321/fieldtrip01.htm   (578 words)

 Timeline 1855-1859
After a court battle he was awarded 92% of the gold.
It was used as a hospital during the Civil War and survived two battles.
1859 Jun 24, At the Battle of Solferino, also known as the Battle of the Three Sovereigns, the French army led by Napoleon III defeated the Austrian army under Franz Joseph I in northern Italy.
timelines.ws /1855_1859.HTML   (13706 words)

 Native News Online, A Barefoot Connection
When the war's number-managers start using euphemisms for a conflict this lethal, it's a clear sign that the battle to keep the Iraq war afloat with the American public is lost.
What the larger movements have achieved is largely one of careers undestroyed, ideas uncensored, violence and intimidation uncommitted, injustices unperpetrated, rivers unpoisoned and undammed, bombs undropped, radiation unleaked, poisons unsprayed, wildernesses unviolated, countryside undeveloped, resources unextracted, species unexterminated.
While the U.S. military (like any modern military) develops contingency plans for all manner of battles and campaigns, and while most such plans are never executed, their existence and persistence give credence to the claims that an attack on Iran is still possible.
nativenewsonline.org /baredexbody.shtml   (6169 words)

 FWP Seeks Comments On Proposed Milk River Wild Turkey Release - News - FWP
Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comments on a proposal to release wild turkeys on a portion of the Milk River both east and west of Chinook.
According to Havre-based wildlife biologist Al Rosgaard, as many as 50 wild turkeys trapped from existing populations elsewhere in Montana would be released along the Milk River between Lohman and Harlem.
The release area extends up Battle Creek to Dry Fork Reservoir and along the lower reach of Lodge Creek.
fwp.state.mt.us /news/article_3356.aspx   (259 words)

 Editorial Matters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
RAPID CITY -- The Battle Creek Fire took a nasty turn to the north Monday afternoon.
Indeed, in just a couple of short hours, the Battle Creek Fire had become a completely different beast.
Vanishing river: The Platte is about as bare as it has ever been, but the effects of this year's drought are more than cosmetic
editorialmatters.lee.net /articles/2003/07/06/stories/top_stories/anews091.txt   (3265 words)

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BEAVERHEAD RIVER from Clark Canyon Res to Grasshopper Cr Beaverhead
MISSOURI RIVER from Toston Dam to Canyon Ferry Reservoir
MISSOURI RIVER from Rainbow Dam to the Morony Dam
nris.state.mt.us /wis/tmdlapp/pdf2002/Appendix_e.htm   (1884 words)

 Bublos.com: Compare Book Prices ›› Hollow Victory; The White River Expedition of 1879 and the Battle of Milk ...
National attention was riveted to isolated northwestern Colorado in the fall: of 1879, when U, S. troops of the White River Expedition fought a pitched battle with Ute Indians.
Fought by former allies, the battle became one of the longest sustained engagements between the U.S. Cavalry and Native Americans.
While the Utes controlled the battlefield for most of the conflict, they were soon forced from their land and sent to a new reservation.
www.bublos.com /isbn/087081463X.html   (773 words)

 style sheet
During the summer, my father filed on a homestead two and one-half miles south of the Battle Creek depot, made the required improvements, and then one bright sunny day in October, the family drove across country to the new home.
The town had come into being with the building of the Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad and was named Battle Creek because of an Indian uprising just west — which was hastily put down by U. Troops under General John M. Thayer, later Governor of Nebraska.
The latter was a government surveyor and built and operated the first flour and feed mill on the creek north of town.
www.rootsweb.com /~nemadiso/BOOK/bc159.htm   (418 words)

 Battle Creek (Milk River)
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January 1, 2000 -- HOLLOW VICTORY The White River Expedition of 1879 and the Battle of Milk Creek Mark E. Miller University Press of Colorado, Niwot, 1997.
www.articlesgalore.com /documents/Battle_Creek_%28Milk_River%29   (568 words)

 2002 WATER YEAR STATION OPERATION LIST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Stations are listed in downstream order by standard drainage-basin number: Part 5 (Hudson Bay basin), Part 6, (Missouri River basin), and Part 12 (Upper Columbia River basin).
06052500 * Gallatin River at Logan SQ 85Y
06174500 * Milk River at Nashua SQ 63Y
mt.water.usgs.gov /pub/station_active_list.html   (2819 words)

 MBR: Children's Bookwatch, April 2002
The Rover: The rover arrived at a river./The river arrived with a roar./A ravine that the river had riven/Made its roaring reverberate more.//The river raved so that the rover/Reviled it.
Although each volume is available separately ($18.98), the highest recommendation for school and community library collections is to acquire the complete set ($151.84) for their students and young patrons.
Fans of Face On The Milk Carton and Cooney's related novels about a teen who discovers she was stolen as a baby will appreciate What Janie Found (0-440-22772-0, $5.99), which continues the story.
www.midwestbookreview.com /cbw/apr_02.htm   (6324 words)

 White River and White River Valley part of Rio Blanco County
Subjects: Gross, Cecil V./ White River Valley (Colo.)/ Rio Blanco County (Colo.)/ Moffat County (Colo.).
Miller, Mark E. Hollow Victory: the White River Expedition of 1879 and the Battle of Milk Creek.
Cavalry, 5th/ Milk Creek (Rio Blanco County and Moffat County, Colo.), Battle of, 1879/ Ute Indians -- Wars, 1879/ Ute Indians -- Government relations.
www.lib.byu.edu /~catalog/catalogwebsite/KarenGriggsPages/whiteriver.htm   (385 words)

 Category:Saskatchewan rivers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - TESTVERSION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This category has been listed for deletion or renaming.
Please do not remove this notice or empty the category while the question is being considered.
For a manually maintained list, complete with yet-to-be-written articles, see List of Saskatchewan rivers.
www.wissen-im-web.net /wiki/Category:Saskatchewan_rivers   (91 words)

 Montana Rivers Information System (MRIS)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Montana Rivers Information System (MRIS), continues to be refined and expanded with new datasets as well as updates to existing information since its initial web release in November, 1999.
Maps are available (in *.pdf format) by major river basin and sub-basin.
The number corresponds to the River Reach Number (RRN) used in the tabular MRIS data.
nris.state.mt.us /wis/mris1.html   (627 words)

 List of Saskatchewan rivers -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This is a list of rivers in (One of the three prairie provinces in west central Canada) Saskatchewan.
Poplar Creek ((Click link for more info and facts about Weyburn) Weyburn)
Wascana Creek ((The provincial capital and largest city of Saskatchewan) Regina)
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/L/Li/List_of_Saskatchewan_rivers.htm   (257 words)

 Montana Current USGS Streamgages in the National Streamgaging Network Plan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Milk River Near Harlem Mt Milk River At Juneberg Bridge Near Saco Mt Milk River Near Dodson Mt Prospect Creek At Thompson Falls Mt.
Teton River at Loma MT South Crow Creek Near Ronan Mt Clark Fork At St. Regis Mt.
Clarks Fork Yellowstone River Near Belfry Mt Lodge Grass Creek Ab Willow C Div Near Wyola Mt Tongue River At Tongue R Dam Near Decker Mt.
water.usgs.gov /nsip/nsipmaps/mt_entotal.html   (892 words)

 The Ultimate Battle Creek (disambiguation) - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ultimate Battle Creek (disambiguation) - American History Information Guide and Reference
Battle Creek is the name of several communities and geographical features:
The Battle Creek map in Halo (video game series)
www.historymania.com /american_history/Battle_Creek_%28disambiguation%29   (41 words)

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