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Soda Butte Soldier Station (48YE88)

Kenneth W. Karsmizki

Soda Butte Soldier Station (48YE88)

report of research and testing

by Kenneth W. Karsmizki

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Published by National Park Service in [Wyoming] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soda Butte Soldier Station Site (Wyo.),
  • Yellowstone National Park,
  • Yellowstone National Park.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Yellowstone National Park.,
    • Ranger stations -- Yellowstone National Park.,
    • Soda Butte Soldier Station Site (Wyo.),
    • Yellowstone National Park -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared for the National Park Service Intermountain Region, submitted to the National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming ; authored by Kenneth W. Karsmizki ; edited by Leslie B. Davis.
      ContributionsDavis, Leslie B., United States. National Park Service. Intermountain Region.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF769.S63 K37 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 93 p. :
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6832475M
      LC Control Number00326280

      49 Soda Butte 50 Caldera Rim 51 Iron Spring 52 Gibbon Meadows JUST FOR KIDS Formerly the Norris Soldier Station, exhibits in the building depict the development currently houses the Junior Ranger Station and a Yellowstone Association book store. • Old Faithful - The Old Faithful Visitor Education Center, which opened in , contains. Delivery & Pickup Options - 25 reviews of Soda Butte Lodge "decide to visit yellow stone park but didn't make hotel reservation in advance. hotel in the park and close by other exit were all booked up. and we didn't want to stay at cody. price is decent for walk in booking.-mo room looks old and out-dated. but they did recently redo the bathtube so it looks clean. we also had a really nice.

      Ice box canyon was soda butte canyon, trout lake was soda butte lake, Druids peak was Soda Butte mt. then there was the Soda Butte soldiers station right across the road. the house there was later moved to the Lamar Buffalo ranch and housed one Garry Brown a famous Yellowstone Ranger. Soda Butte Lodge, Cooke City – Mag-book sa ilalim ng aming Best Price Guarantee! review at 18 larawan ang naghihintay sayo sa ().

      The Tower Ranger Station & Roosevelt National Historic District The Tower Ranger Station, though not on the National Register of Historic Places, is a remodeled reconstruction of the second Tower Soldier Station, which was built in particularly on the Blacktail Plateau and at the Lamar-Soda Butte . By , the "trail wagon road" was in better shape between the belt line (Grand Loop) junction and Soda Butte than the mile stretch on the east boundary, this being due to the frequent travel to the Buffalo Farm and the Soda Butte Soldier Station.


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Soda Butte Soldier Station (48YE88) by Kenneth W. Karsmizki Download PDF EPUB FB2

Soda Butte Soldier Station book term Norris Soldier Station appears to have been coined after the National Park Service began managing the park, probably to distinguish it from ranger stations. National Archives, hereafter cited as NA, Microfilm M, Post Returns, Camp Sheridan and Fort Yellowstone, ; Senate Executive Documents, 49th Cong., 2d Sess.

examined the mines at Cooke City and the various proposed routes to them, and that under no circumstances would his company build a road to Soda Butte Soldier Station, Yellowstone, Officially the new station got little note.

Burns a civilian "overseer" in the engineer's office wrote simply that "a soldier outpost station was erected at Norris and the outpost stations at Riverside and Mud Geyser were repaired." Fortunately, a photograph of the quarters built this year has survived.

Cite this Record. Soda Butte Soldier Station. Kenneth Karsmizki. (tDAR id: ). Inwhen the U.S. Cavalry patrolled the park, a soldier station was built just across the road from Soda Butte.

Later used as a ranger station, the wooden structure was moved to the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the s. In army days, the park had 19 soldier stations, sometimes called snowshoe cabins. The latter was occupied by a detachment of soldiers in and continued in use as a ranger station until the building was moved to the Buffalo Ranch prior to (although the station was still shown at Soda Butte on the revision of the Park-wide map).

The last of the Soda Butte names that failed to survive was "Soda Butte Canyon.". Limited excavations at the Tower Falls, Fountain Flats, and Soda Butte Soldier Stations have provided important data.

Fieldwork conducted between and at Tower Falls Soldier Station, including magnetometer survey and excavations, has identified potential locations of several structures, such as an officers quarters and cabin, as well. Soldier station. A group of soldiers at Soda Butte Soldier Station in hold a wolf pelt.

One man points a broom at the pelt in this U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo. Bythe "trail wagon road" was in better shape between the belt line (Grand Loop) junction and Soda Butte than the mile stretch on the east boundary, this being due to the frequent travel to the Buffalo Farm and the Soda Butte Soldier Station.

I found it by looking at an old photo of the cabin The Soda Butte Soldier station, It has soldiers out in front with guns and a couple of wolf pelts. the hillside behind it gives away the location.

now its a pile of rubble covered in dirt so a small mound and Two Junction Boxes where the old entrance used to be. think about THAT for a minute. Soda Butte Creek is an approximately 20 miles (32 km) long major tributary of the Lamar River in Yellowstone National is named for a now-extinct geyser (Soda Butte) near its mouth.

Soda Butte and the creek were named by A. Bart Henderson, a Cooke City miner, in It rises just outside the northeast corner of the park on the southern slopes of the Absaroka Range near Cooke City.

View deals for Soda Butte Lodge, including fully refundable rates with free cancellation. Cooke City General Store is minutes away. WiFi and parking are free, and this hotel also features a restaurant. All rooms have pillow-top mattresses and LED on: Main Street, Cooke City, MT Of the many superb trout streams in Yellowstone National Park, Soda Butte Creek surely ranks among the finest.

Extensive meadows, broken by pockets of forest, line the lower banks of the river as it twists and turns towards its confluence with the Lamar River at the eastern edge of the Lamar Valley. Fort Yellowstone was a U.S. Army fort, established in at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National stone was designated in but the Interior Department was unable to effectively manage the park.

Administration was transferred to the War Department in August and General Philip Sheridan sent a company of cavalry to Mammoth Hot Springs to build a cavalry post.

The NEW owners of Soda Butte lodge have ran this gorgeous hotel into the ground. Absolutely horrible customer service and even worse management. No hot water, mean workers, no hot tub now and kicked us out of the bar at 10 when we tip well and well behaved.

I’ll be going to the Super TripAdvisor reviews. Soldiers displaying Wolf pelt at Soda Butte Creek patrol station, Inwhen Yellowstone National Park was created, there was yet no legal protection for wildlife in the park. In the early years of the park, administrators, hunters and tourists were essentially free.

The name Soda Butte was also attributed to several other features in the Lamar Valley, In addition to Soda Butte and Soda Butte Creek, there was also the Soda Butte Soldier station directly across the street and north within a few hundred yards of the Soda Butte Cone, the main Building there being the Cabin now know as Ranger Garry Browns cabin.

Soda Butte Lodge tager imod disse kort og forbeholder sig retten til midlertidigt at reservere et beløb på dit kreditkort forud for ankomsten. Se tilgængelighed Det med småt Gæsterne bedes fremvise gyldigt billed-id og kreditkort ved indtjekning/10().

I'm starting to think that WWWH and canyon down are a path to a huge clue that clue is the Soda Butte Soldier Station, I'll come back to that. I think WWWH ends up at Soda Butte. I think that that's the end of that trail and gets you to the connection between that location and HOB via the Soda Butte Soldier station.

From near Tower Falls there is a road extending up the Lamar and Soda Butte valleys to the northeast corner of the park. This road gives access to numerous objects of interest in the Lamar Valley, is useful in supplying the patrol station near Soda Butte, and gives a necessary highway for commercial purposes and for the United States mail to.

East Main Street - P.O Box - Cooke City, MT | [email protected] ends up at Soda Butte Cone, which across the street (another hint?) was the old soldier station which was then the assistant buffalo keeper's residence. below is my pic of same location 81 years from year it was moved to lamar buffalo ranch in   Soda Butte Campground.

Soda Butte Campground is open from July 1st to September 7th, is only 6 miles from the park in Gardiner, Montana. The system uses a first-come, first-served basis and costs $9 per night with a $3 fee for each extra vehicle.