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Archaeologist, indigenous skills teacher explain Shields Valley artifact site

Archaeologist, indigenous skills teacher explain Shields Valley artifact site

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?

February 09, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Archaeology talks presented this week

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.

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Ups and Downs

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Museum project traces Roundup's archaeological past

Museum project traces Roundup's archaeological past

ROUNDUP — The Musselshell Valley Historical Museum is developing a new project, “Clovis to Coal: A 11,000-year Community Identity Project."

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Roundup museum gets boost with new displays

Roundup museum gets boost with new displays

In 1893, Florence Lindstrand was one of the first Euro-American people born in what would become Musselshell County 18 years later.

January 04, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Park County government is broken

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.

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