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Presettlement Wildlife and Habitat of Montana:
An Overview

Annotation Of Expeditions And Individuals Recording Natural History Notes

James A. Henshall:

Henshall apparently conducted some early fish studies in Montana. Two of his publications are listed below.

Henshall, J.A.  1894.  List of the fishes of Montana.  Univ. of	Montana 
     Bull. #34. Missoula. [Gives detailed descriptions of species of fish, 
     habits, and habitats with general notes on locations]. 

Henshall, J.A. 1907.  Culture of the Montana grayling. Bureau of fisheries 
     document #628. 7 pp. [Brief history (1800s) of grayling, with species 
     description, habits, habitat and locations found in Montana.  Also 
     has information on propagation]. 

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