Why would a 2-year-old child’s body be dusted with red ocher, left with a variety of sharpened stone points — including one the size of a man’s forearm — and then buried in a hillside?
The Western Heritage Museum and Custer National Forest have put together a series of noon-hour lectures this week at the Billings museum in celebration of Montana Archaeology Month.
ROUNDUP — The Musselshell Valley Historical Museum is developing a new project, “Clovis to Coal: A 11,000-year Community Identity Project."
In 1893, Florence Lindstrand was one of the first Euro-American people born in what would become Musselshell County 18 years later.
Park County, Montana, is unique because it is the original entrance to Yellowstone Park and has the oldest and most continuous radiocarbon-dated evidence of people in Montana.