Musselshell

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Mus·sel·shell

 (mŭs′əl-shĕl′)
A river of central Montana flowing about 560 km (350 mi) east then north to the Missouri River.
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International Resource News-May 30, 2019--Goldwind International sells 20 megawatt Musselshell Wind Projects to Potentia Renewables
Around chuck-wagon fires or line camps from the Brazos to the Musselshell, men talked of Bijah Catlow.
The Powder, Musselshell, Tongue and Bighorn are good examples.
District 5: Big Horn County, Carbon County, Carter County, Custer County, Fallon County, Golden Valley County, Musselshell County, Powder River County, Rosebud County, Stillwater County, Treasure County, Wheatland County and Yellowstone County
Signal Peak Energy in Musselshell County, Mont., was found to have acted with "reckless disregard" when it failed to immediately report an accident where a miner sustained serious injuries.
The properties, wells and equipment are located in the Counties of Yellowstone, Golden Valley, Treasure, Musselshell and surrounding Counties of the Crooked Creek Field within South Central Montana.
Figure 5 Per Capita Federal Spending, FY 2010 Procurements, Montana and County Dollars Ranking Montana $828 42 Cascade $1,313 11 Flathead $498 26 Gallatin $419 31 Lewis & Clark $956 12 Missoula $533 24 Silver Bow S389 32 Yellowstone $755 15 Top Five Roosevelt County $6,785 Glacier County $3,675 Liberty County $2,979 Lake County $2,089 Dawson County $2,070 Bottom Five Musselshell County $103 Chouteau County $94 Prairie County $79 Fallon County $71 Sweet Grass County $67 Source: U.S.
1); Swenson (1970) who reported Myotis ciliolabrum (Western Small-footed Myotis) and Corynorhinus townsendii (Townsend's Big-eared Bat) in March using an abandoned coal mine in Musselshell County; Swenson and Shanks (1979) who reported Myotis lucifugus (Little Brown Myotis), Myotis septentrionalis (Northern Myotis), Myoits evotis (Western Long-eared Myotis), Myotis volans (Long-legged Myotis), and C.
Today, it serves 24,000 members living in Yellowstone, Musselshell, Golden Valley, Sweetgrass, Stillwater and Treasure counties, plus Carbon and Big Horn County along the Wyoming state line, and Park County in Wyoming.
The first documented examples of horse bonnets illustrated in rock art (Figures 3,4) were three illustrations (two published and one unpublished) by Thomas Lewis, an avocational rock art scholar who recorded horses at Razor Creek (24YL578), Goffena Rockshelter (24ML408), and Horse House (24YL434) in the Yellowstone and Musselshell river drainages of central Montana (Lewis 1983, 1984, 1985, 1994).