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Line of Trees
Line of Trees
  • Author: wyojones Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-18 18:31:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'4"N - 109°10'6"W
  • A line of trees mark the western edge of the Bennett Butte Cemetery. To the left of the trees on of the hills called Bennett Buttes can be seen. It was along the Clarks Fork River near these buttes early in the morning on September 4, 1878, that General Nelson Miles surprised a group of about 80 Bannock Shoshone who had escaped the reservation at Fort Hall in Idaho. The ensuing battle was swift and short; reportedly over by 6 am. By the end of the encounter, 11 Bannocks died while the US Cavalry lost Captain Andrew Bennett and two Crow allies who were acting as scouts and translators, Little Rock and Two Crows. The Cavalry captured 32 of the escapees who were returned to Fort Hall. Those Bannocks who were not killed or captured, scattered and escaped. The buttes are named for Captain Bennett while a nearby creek was named Little Rock in honor of the Crow scout. The local cemetery in Clark, Wyoming is located in the shadow of Bennett Buttes and shares the name. The cemetery was built some 30 years after the skirmish with the Bannocks. The Bennett Buttes Cemetery had it’s beginnings with the arrival of Clark’s first homesteader residents. It’s first burial is believed to be Miranda Weathermon in 1909, although two earlier burials in the area were later moved here. In 1910 the Cody Enterprise suggested the Clark residents “fence the graveyard so cows don’t trample over the graves". This was accomplished with donated posts and local labor. In 1913 fourteen residents formed the Bennett Buttes Cemetery Association, and on May 3, 1915, the former government land was deeded over to them to be used as a cemetery.
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Bennett Buttes And Cemetary On A Rainy day
Bennett Buttes And Cemetary On A Rainy day
  • Author: wyojones Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-18 18:38:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'5"N - 109°10'3"W
  • Not usual to see this much water on the ground in August in the northern Bighorn Basin of Wyoming expect after a cloudburst. No cloudburst on this day, just rained off and on most of the afternoon. In the photo, water stands along a dirt road that runs along Bennett Buttes on the left to the Bennett Butte Cemetery on the right. It was along the Clarks Fork River near these buttes early in the morning on September 4, 1878, that General Nelson Miles surprised a group of about 80 Bannock Shoshone who had escaped the reservation at Fort Hall in Idaho. The ensuing battle was swift and short; reportedly over by 6 am. By the end of the encounter, 11 Bannocks died while the US Cavalry lost Captain Andrew Bennett and two Crow allies who were acting as scouts and translators, Little Rock and Two Crows. The Cavalry captured 32 of the escapees who were returned to Fort Hall. Those Bannocks who were not killed or captured, scattered and escaped. The buttes are named for Captain Bennett while a nearby creek was named Little Rock in honor of the Crow scout. The local cemetery in Clark, Wyoming is located in the shadow of Bennett Buttes and shares the name. The cemetery was built some 30 years after the skirmish with the Bannocks. The Bennett Buttes Cemetery had it’s beginnings with the arrival of Clark’s first homesteader residents. It’s first burial is believed to be Miranda Weathermon in 1909, although two earlier burials in the area were later moved here. In 1910 the Cody Enterprise suggested the Clark residents “fence the graveyard so cows don’t trample over the graves". This was accomplished with donated posts and local labor. In 1913 fourteen residents formed the Bennett Buttes Cemetery Association, and on May 3, 1915, the former government land was deeded over to them to be used as a cemetery.
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Bennett Buttes
Bennett Buttes
  • Author: wyojones Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-01-09 16:55:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'4"N - 109°10'8"W
  • This local cemetery in Clark, Wyoming is located in the shadow of Bennett Buttes shown in this photo. The buttes are named for Captain Andrew Bennett who was killed in a fight with Bannock Tribe members who had left the reservation in Fort Hall, Idaho. The battle led by General Nelson A. Miles was fought in September 1878 near the buttes along Little Rock Creek near the Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone River. The creek was named after a Crow scout and interpreter ialso killed in the battle. The Bennett Buttes Cemetery had it’s beginnings with the arrival of Clark’s first homesteader residents. It’s first burial is believed to be Miranda Weathermon in 1909, although two earlier burials in the area were later moved here. In 1910 the Cody Enterprise suggested the Clark residents “fence the graveyard so cows don’t trample over the graves". This was accomplished with donated posts and local labor. In 1913 fourteen residents formed the Bennett Buttes Cemetery Association, and on May 3, 1915 the former government land was deeded over to them to be used as a cemetery.
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Leaning Tree
Leaning Tree
  • Author: wyojones Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-01-09 16:58:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'1"N - 109°10'7"W
  • Tree near the southern-most of the buttes at Bennett Buttes near Clark, Wyoming.
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Bennett Butte Cemetery
Bennett Butte Cemetery
  • Author: wyojones Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-01-09 16:53:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'4"N - 109°10'8"W
  • This local cemetery in Clark, Wyoming is located in the shadow of Bennett Buttes. The buttes are named for Captain Andrew Bennett who was killed in a fight with Bannock Tribe members who had left the reservation in Fort Hall, Idaho. The battle led by General Nelson A. Miles was fought near the buttes along Little Rock Creek. The creek was named after a Crow scout and interpreter, also killed in the battle. The Bennett Buttes Cemetery had it’s beginnings with the arrival of Clark’s first homesteader residents. It’s first burial is believed to be Miranda Weathermon in 1909, although two earlier burials in the area were later moved here. The Cody Enterprise, in 1910, suggested the Clark residents “fence the graveyard so cows don’t trample over the graves". This was accomplished with donated posts and local labor. In 1913 fourteen residents formed the Bennett Buttes Cemetery Association, and on May 3, 1915 the former government land was deeded over to them to be used as a cemetery.
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Driving the Beartooth Highway
Driving the Beartooth Highway
  • Author: m01229 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-07-06 09:04:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°52'53"N - 109°7'27"W
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Spring Starling
Spring Starling
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-05-19 11:22:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'4"N - 109°8'2"W
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Clouds Rolling In
Clouds Rolling In
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-11 13:10:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'3"N - 109°8'1"W
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Spring Icicles
Spring Icicles
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-10 11:07:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'59"N - 109°7'57"W
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Speechless...
Speechless...
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-09 18:55:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'59"N - 109°7'57"W
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There must be a God...
There must be a God...
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-09 18:54:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°53'59"N - 109°7'56"W
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I will hold up my end...
I will hold up my end...
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-09 13:13:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'0"N - 109°8'2"W
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Newborn philly
Newborn philly
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-02 09:30:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'0"N - 109°8'3"W
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Moon - March 26, 2013
Moon - March 26, 2013
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-03-26 18:49:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'0"N - 109°8'3"W
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Beartooth Mountains
Beartooth Mountains
  • Author: bdierking Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-12-13 21:04:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 44°54'13"N - 109°10'15"W
  • Beautiful day in Clark, WY
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