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Smith River bear-proofing on parks board agenda

Smith River bear-proofing on parks board agenda

Rules to require Smith River floaters to purchase or rent bear-proof coolers or portable electric fences are being recommended to the Montana State Parks and Recreation Board at its Wednesday meeting in Helena.

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A grasshopper feeds on plants growing near the Pictograph Caves

A grasshopper feeds on plants growing near the Pictograph Caves

A grasshopper feeds on plants growing near the Pictograph Caves on Tuesday afternoon.

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Gallery: The Cramer-Lewis Collection

Gallery: The Cramer-Lewis Collection

Items found at the Pictograph Caves, as well as a ledger documenting the finds, are in the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman.

April 01, 2012 12:15 am Photos

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A bison horn sheath

A bison horn sheath

Montana State University adjunct professor Nancy Mahoney holds a bison horn sheath found at the Pictograph Caves that is part of the Cramer-Lewis Collection at the Museum of the Rockies. The sheath might have been used to carry water.

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Bison horn sheaths

Bison horn sheaths

Bison horn sheaths were found at Pictograph Caves in the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies.

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A drawing in the ledger matches an artifact

A drawing in the ledger matches an artifact

Montana State University adjunct professor Nancy Mahoney shows how drawings in the ledger book match up a tiny arrowhead in the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies.

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A box holding the Cramer-Lewis collection

A box holding the Cramer-Lewis collection

One of the boxes holding the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies has artifacts, notes and photos from the Pictograph Caves and other eastern Montana sites.

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A ledger book in the Cramer-Lewis collection

A ledger book in the Cramer-Lewis collection

A ledger book in the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies features documentation and drawings done by Joseph Cramer based on Oscar Lewis’ notes.

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A bison vertebra

A bison vertebra

Montana State University adjunct professor Nancy Mahoney holds a bison vertebra found in the Pictograph Caves that is part of the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies. Just above Mahoney’s right thumb is broken tip of a tiny arrowhead embedded in bone showing that small proje…

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Pat Roath and Nancy Mahoney

Pat Roath and Nancy Mahoney

Pat Roath, the registrar and collections manager at the Museum of the Rockies, left, and Nancy Mahoney, an adjunct professor at Montana State University, look through a ledger book that documents some of the Cramer-Lewis collection.

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Photos and notes about the Pictograph Caves

Photos and notes about the Pictograph Caves

Photos and notes about the Pictograph Caves fill a page in a ledger book in the Cramer-Lewis collection at the Museum of the Rockies.

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Decorative beads from the Cramer-Lewis Collection

Decorative beads from the Cramer-Lewis Collection

Decorative beads from the Cramer-Lewis Collection may have been made from bone, antlers or wild fruit pits.

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Darla Bruner is the manager at Pictograph Cave

Darla Bruner is the manager at Pictograph Cave

Darla J. Bruner is the manager at Pictograph Cave State Park, a place that conujures thoughts of ancient spirits as Halloween approaches. Bruner and interpretive ranger Jarret Kostrba are hosting a free presentation “Are There Really Ghosts at Ghost Cave?’ on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m.

October 28, 2011 12:15 pmLoading…
A visitor looks at Ghost Cave

A visitor looks at Ghost Cave

A visitor walks on a trail next to the Ghost Cave at Pictograph Cave State Park. One of the reasons the cave earned its nickname is the large, round boulders near the entrance that, in faint light, can resemble human heads.

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Specialist assesses drawings at Pictograph Caves

Specialist assesses drawings at Pictograph Caves

Rock art specialist Jannie Loubser evaluates the drawings at Pictograph Caves outside of Billings and offers some alternatives to preserve the works.

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Pictograph

Pictograph

The new interpretive center at Pictograph Caves State Park was built to blend into the surrounding environment and to be energy-efficient, in part through the use of ground-source heating and cooling.

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Pictograph

Pictograph

Brian Harrison of Taylor Studios in Rantoul, Ill., helped build and install the new display boards in the new center. He also replicated some of the artifacts from photos of the originals.

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Pictograph

Pictograph

Ken Soderberg, interpretive-services bureau chief for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, stands in the new Pictograph Caves interpretive center at the state park recently. It will open to the public Friday.

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Pictograph Caves visitor center to open Friday

Pictograph Caves visitor center to open Friday

After a hiatus of more than 100 years, people will once again be able to seek shelter at Pictograph Caves.

July 11, 2009 9:00 pm Photos

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