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Borrowing from Dakota Absaroka (literally "crow people, bird people").


  • In the Crow Nation's area of the Rockies "Absaroka", "home of the

    Footnotes on the Lisa - Luttig Expedition, 1812

  • Whites called them Cherokees, Apaches, and Crows, but to themselves they were, respectively, the Tsulage, the People; the Nde, the People; the Absaroka, the People.

    Between War and Peace

  • Wolf hunting will be allowed first west of the Continental Divide in the Bob Marshall and Scapegoat wildernesses and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness near Yellowstone National Park ....

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • Hunter Perry Zumwalt called Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials Wednesday morning from the remote Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area to report that he shot a wolf ....

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • So spoke old-time rancher Lawrence Allested in 2001, about the fact that he was the last person to drive his sheep up into Montana's Absaroka-Beartooth mountain range on a grazing permit that had been handed down in his Norwegian-American family for generations.

    George Heymont: Mother Nature Provided The Soundtrack

  • A documentary of unspeakable beauty, Sweetgrass follows the last group of modern-day cowboys as they lead their flocks of sheep up to their summer pastureland in the Absaroka-Beartooth mountains of Montana.

    George Heymont: Mother Nature Provided The Soundtrack

  • What it is: "Sweetgrass" is a documentary about thousands of sheep and their profanity-spewing wranglers during a final summer trek through the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains of Montana.

    Check Out ‘Bitch Slap,’ ‘Sweetgrass’ And ‘Mine’ In This Week’s unLimited » MTV Movies Blog

  • Paul and Bonnie Keeshin are selling the Silver Bear Ranch on 42 acres with Shoshone River frontage and views of the Absaroka Mountains.

    Cody, Wyoming, home market feels pressure

  • As they ground their way up into the Absaroka Mountains and toward Togwotee Pass, the barren landscape changed dramatically.

    Come Again No More

  • They made it to Dubois early the next afternoon and decided to take it easy and make the crossing over the Great Divide through Togwotee Pass in the Absaroka Mountains early the next morning.

    Come Again No More


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