The Powder River country continued to be a field of battle, with Powell's fight coming in the summer of 1867.
Hawks had gone back to learn what had become of Powder River.
"He's no quitter, if he was at Powder River," whereby it was Cullin's turn to get a dig, and little did he relish it.
In this fashion the fall advanced in the Powder River Valley.
It led the troops across to Powder River and down its valley.
From the dividing grounds we descended by a mountain road to Powder River, on an old bed of which we encamped.
The next link, from Bismarck to the mouth of Powder River, is very important.
The trail was abandoned, and the troops kept on down the Powder River to its confluence with the Yellowstone.
So swift was the undertow that Powder River was dragged from beneath its rider.
Tuberculate males were collected in the Powder River on June 30, 1957.