Dusting Off the Old Ones was published in 1961 by W. B. Clarke, Miles City, Montana.
Those Graves Near the Terry Bridge
We wonder how many folks, driving east on Number 10, have noticed the enclosure on the crest of the hill, just this side of the Powder River Bridge. Upon examination of this enclosure, it is found to contain three graves. It is not known for certain who are buried there or how they died. Some reports have it that the victims were railroad workers who died during the construction period of the Northern Pacific and others say that they might have been killed at the road house or stage depot at Powder River in the early days. Ed Townsend, who was one of the real old timers in the Terry community, having had a ranch this side of Powder River, is the authority for the information that two of those buried on the hill were either killed or died during the construction of the Northern Pacific and that the third one was killed at the road house or at the stage depot at the crossing of Powder River. Some years ago, the "Terry Tribune" published a photograph of four of Terry's leading citizens restoring the graves. This photograph shows an open-type car that rather establishes the date on which the photograph was taken. Many of the summer tourists inquire of the caretaker at the Range Riders Museum as to these graves. The caretaker has been furnished with this information so that he can give them the "real" story.