Detailed examinations of the geology of parts of Garfield County, in east-central Montana, south of the Missouri and east of the Musselshell, have been made by C. F. Bowen, Frank Reeves, W. T. Thom, jr., and C. E. Dobbin, of the United States Geological Survey, and reconnaissance examinations of the remainder of the county have been made by A. J. Collier, W. T. Thom, jr., and C. E. Dobbin.

A broad, shallow structural trough, called by Reeves the Blood Creek syncline, crosses Garfield County from west to east, passing near Ross and a short distance south of Jordan and Van...

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