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Powder River County is a county located in the U. As of the census , the population was 1, Present-day Powder River County was probably first entered by Europeans in the early s in the form of French fur trappers. In the summer of , the United States government sent over 2, U. In the early s, a large area of Southeastern Montana became Custer County, Montana , including the present area encompassed by Powder River County. In February , the Broadus post office was established, named after the Broaddus family.
In October , publication of a newspaper, the Broadus Independent now called the Powder River Examiner , began in Broadus, and is still published today.
In , Powder River County, Montana was formed from southern Custer County, and in an election in , Broadus was chosen as the county seat of the newly established Powder River County. According to the U. As of the census  of , there were 1, people, households, and families residing in the county. The population density was White, 1. There were households out of which The average household size was 2.
In the county, the population was spread out with The median age was 42 years. For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were There were 1, housing units at an average density of 0. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 1.
The median age was Powder River County is heavily Republican; it has voted Republican in every presidential election since As of the census, the population was 1, On November 1, , Powderville became the first establishment It drains an area historically known as the Powder River Country on the high plains east of the Bighorn Mountains.
It rises in three forks in north central Wyoming. The North and Middle forks rise along the eastern slope of the Bighorn Mountains. The three forks meet on the foothills east of the Bighorns near the town of Kaycee.
The combined stream flows northward, east of the Bighorns, and into Montana. The Powder River was so named in the English language as well as in local indigenous languages because the sand along a portion of its banks resembles powder or dust. There are at least named lakes and reservoirs in Powder River County, Montana.
Powder River may refer to: Army against Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho warriors. The Town The Broadus post office was established in , and named after the Broaddus family, early settlers in the area. In publication of the B It is a small cluster of buildings that lies along local roads northeast of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. That evening, the columns camped several miles to the south and buried three soldiers who had died during the day.
Army telegraph repair station that existed from until along the Powder River in southeastern Montana Territory. Today the site is within Powder River County, Montana. This is a list of properties and historic districts in Montana that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The state's more than 1, listings are distributed across all of its 56 counties. The locations of National Register properties and districts at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below , may be seen in an online map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates". Fort Howes was a civilian redoubt established in in what was then Custer County, Montana, United States in response to the murder of a sheepherder.
History Fort Howes was established in the spring of by Custer County civilians after a sheepherder named John Hoover, who worked for John Barringer, and his sheep dog were murdered by several Cheyenne warriors between April 28 and May 3, , near the town of Ashland, Montana. After Hoover's body was recovered on M There are at least 65 named mountains in Powder River County, Montana. George and Martha Cheever, along with their daughter Lucretia and her husband Ernest Shy, claimed the land under the Homestead Acts in George died in , but the rest of the family built a farmhouse and established a ranching operation on the land.
The ranch was one of many established in the Pumpkin Creek valley under the Homestead Acts; it also bordered the Custer National Forest, an early attempt to preserve land from overgrazing caused by the multitude of new ranches.
After Martha Cheever died, Lucretia and Ernest ran the ranch; Ernest later sold the property to the Cain family, with whom he was close friends. National Register of Historic Places. The school supports eight school buses bringing students from the census-designated places Ashland and Biddle and the unincorporated communities Boyes, Hammond, Coalwood, Powderville, and Volborg.
Athletics The school's mascot is the hawk, and its colors are green, white, and gold. Athletics include football, girls' volleyball, boys' basketball, girls' basketball, wrestling, track and field, girls' golf, boys' golf, girls cross-country, and cheerleadi It is located one nautical mile 2 km northeast of Belle Creek, Montana.
Facilities and aircraft Belle Creek Airport covers an area of 30 acres 12 ha at an elevation of 3, feet 1, m above mean sea level. For the month period ending July 12, , the airport had general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 45 per month. At that time there were four aircraft based at this airport: The Powder River Examiner, originally established in October as the Broadus Independent, is the only newspaper printed in Powder River County, Montana, and is located in the county seat of Broadus.
The Broadus Independent was published weekly from April 24, until The Powder River County Examiner replaced the Broadus Independent in , beginning publication and continuing weekly until In the newspaper's name was shortened to Powder River Examiner, and remains that today.
Broadus Independent, Broadus, Montana, April 24, — Although soldiers destroyed one Arapaho village and established Fort Connor to protect travelers on the Bozeman Trail, the expedition is considered a failure because it failed to defeat the Indians and secure peace in the region. See Battle of Julesburg After the raids, several thousand Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho congregated in the Powder River country, remote from white settlements and confirmed as Indian territory in the Treaty of Fort Laramie.
The Indians perceived the Bozeman Trail, blazed in throug For approximately 4 miles 6. The highway enters the town of Broadus as Park Avenue heading north, and turns onto Holt Street, leaving town headed west. Bennett, the chief engineering officer accompanying Colonel Nelson D.
Cole's column of the Powder River Expedition. Marched on west side of Powder River, crossing in the morning. The road was generally good, being on second bottom with high rocky mountains on either side the valley, the tops of many being covered with pine. The scenery was truly romantic. The mountains being high and worn into many fantastic shapes, such as ruins, castles, etc. The Powder River Battles were a series of battles and skirmishes fought between September 1—15, by United States soldiers and civilians against Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho warriors.
Dodge assumed command of the Department of the Missouri in Dodge ordered a punitive campaign to suppress the Cheyenne, Sioux, and Arapaho Indians who had been raiding overland mail routes, wagon trains, and military posts along the Oregon and Overland trails.
He gave tactical command of the eastern division of the Powder River Expedition, as it was called, to Colonel Nelson D. Cole, and command of the middle division to Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Walker. A third western column was commanded by Brigadier General Patrick E.
Colonel Cole left Omaha, Nebraska on July 1, with over 1, Missourians and wagon-loads of supplies. Reynolds initiated the Great Sioux War of Although destroying a large amount of Indian property, the attack was poorly carried out and probably solidified Lakota Sioux and northern Cheyenne resistance to the U.
Both areas were for the exclusive use of the Indians, and whites, except for government officials, were forbidden to trespass.
In , the discovery of gold in the Black Hills caused the United States to attempt to buy the Black Geography The stream flows northward, east of the Bighorns, and into Montana. It is joins the Powder River near the town of Broadus. The Little Powder River was so named because the sand along a portion of its banks resembled gunpowder.
History The Raynolds Expedition traveled along a portion of the river to its mouth in July , and the Battle of the Little Powder River was fought on September 10, near the river's mouth along the Powder River as part of the Powder River Expedition. In the late 19th century its valley was a corridor used for cattle drives from Texas to Montana. Otter National Forest was established by the U.
Forest Service in Montana on March 2, with , acres On July 1, the name was changed to Custer National Forest. The Forest History Society. Encyclopedia of American Forest and Conservation History. The region supplies about 40 percent of coal in the United States. While the Powder River Basin is unified geologically, residents of areas distant from the Powder River proper do not think of themselves as living in a single geographic region.
For example, residents of the Crow Reservation in the Big Horn River watershed, or of Sheridan in the Tongue River watershed, would locate the Powder River Basin as the region east of the Big Horn Mountains, using a definition based on watershed and topography.
Montana is the fourth largest state in the United States and is well known for its mountains. Representative James Mitchell Ashley R-Ohio , suggested the name when legislation organizing the territory was passed by the United States Congress in/p>
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