During the past summer a hasty survey was made of that part of the Bitter Hoot Mountains west and south of Hamilton. The range on the whole is not a lofty one, the highest peaks being about eleven thousand feet high. The mountains are fairly well timbered. There are few lakes and comparatively few meadows in the area visited.
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Pammel, L. H.
"Notes on the Flora, Especially the Forest Flora, of the Bitter Root Mountains,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 12(1), 87-100.
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