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  1. Town: Troy History

    Former President Teddy Roosevelt's initials can be found on the side of the current city hall building... Because of the deep ravines, dense forests and the steep mountains that characterize this area, the southern loop of the Kootenai was known as the Montana Wilds. Its ruggedness along with the fear of Indians kept it unsettled until gold was discovered in the mid 1860s. But not until the Great Northern railroad establish a freight division on the current town site, did it really begin to flourish. http://www.cityoftroymontana.com/history.html View full record
  2. Town: Troy History

    Former President Teddy Roosevelt's initials can be found on the side of the current city hall building... Because of the deep ravines, dense forests and the steep mountains that characterize this area, the southern loop of the Kootenai was known as the Montana Wilds. Its ruggedness along with the fear of Indians kept it unsettled until gold was discovered in the mid 1860s. But not until the Great Northern railroad establish a freight division on the current town site, did it really begin to flourish. http://www.cityoftroymontana.com/history.html
  3. Town: Missoula History

    Lewis and Clark came through the Missoula Valley in 1805, but it wasn't until 1860 that Europeans settled here (although a Jesuit priest, DeSmet, opened a mission south in the Bitterroot Valley in 1841). http://missoula.montana.com/history.html View full record
  4. Town: Missoula History

    Lewis and Clark came through the Missoula Valley in 1805, but it wasn't until 1860 that Europeans settled here (although a Jesuit priest, DeSmet, opened a mission south in the Bitterroot Valley in 1841). http://missoula.montana.com/history.html
  5. The Virginia City Preservation Alliance was founded as a non-profit association in the spring of 1994. Its mission is to preserve, restore, and display structures and artifacts related to the history of Virginia City, Montana, to tell the story of the western mining frontier, and to protect the integrity of the local community. Activities of the VCPA include the restoration of the "Hangman's Building," the custodianship of the "Robber's Roost" property, sponsoring educational programs; including the very popular summertime Victorian-era balls. The Alliance also publishes a quarterly newsletter which provides a wonderful resource of articles on the history of the area. Those interested in joining us in our efforts may become a member through a modest annual contribution. For more information, contact us at: P.O. Box 55; Virginia City, MT 59729. http://virginiacity.com/#history View full record
  6. The Virginia City Preservation Alliance was founded as a non-profit association in the spring of 1994. Its mission is to preserve, restore, and display structures and artifacts related to the history of Virginia City, Montana, to tell the story of the western mining frontier, and to protect the integrity of the local community. Activities of the VCPA include the restoration of the "Hangman's Building," the custodianship of the "Robber's Roost" property, sponsoring educational programs; including the very popular summertime Victorian-era balls. The Alliance also publishes a quarterly newsletter which provides a wonderful resource of articles on the history of the area. Those interested in joining us in our efforts may become a member through a modest annual contribution. For more information, contact us at: P.O. Box 55; Virginia City, MT 59729. http://virginiacity.com/#history
  7. Town: Livingston

    Discover Livingston resting on the banks of the Yellowstone River surrounded by majestic mountains. Livingston delivers an eclectic blend of shops, museums, galleries, live theater and music, as well as unique restaurants for every taste. Explore Park County to experience the rivers and ranges, ranches and romance. Whether you seek the rugged outdoors or culture, cuisine and comforts, you'll find exciting places and friendly faces here in Livingston, Park County, Montana. http://www.livingston-chamber.com/index.html View full record
  8. Town: Livingston

    Discover Livingston resting on the banks of the Yellowstone River surrounded by majestic mountains. Livingston delivers an eclectic blend of shops, museums, galleries, live theater and music, as well as unique restaurants for every taste. Explore Park County to experience the rivers and ranges, ranches and romance. Whether you seek the rugged outdoors or culture, cuisine and comforts, you'll find exciting places and friendly faces here in Livingston, Park County, Montana. http://www.livingston-chamber.com/index.html
  9. Library: Havre Hill Library

    Havre-Hill County Library is a Public library funded by the City of Havre and Hill County. The public library is handicap accessible with public restrooms, study space and a meeting room. http://www.havrehilllibrary.org/ View full record
  10. Library: Havre Hill Library

    Havre-Hill County Library is a Public library funded by the City of Havre and Hill County. The public library is handicap accessible with public restrooms, study space and a meeting room. http://www.havrehilllibrary.org/
  11. Yellowstone Genealogy Forum (YGF) promotes the preservation of historical records and assists in the instructional training for various forms of genealogical resources. General meetings are held monthly, except December, on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1711 6th Street West (6th Street West and Avenue D). Enter building through door from parking lot. http://yellowstonegenealogy.org/ View full record
  12. Yellowstone Genealogy Forum (YGF) promotes the preservation of historical records and assists in the instructional training for various forms of genealogical resources. General meetings are held monthly, except December, on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1711 6th Street West (6th Street West and Avenue D). Enter building through door from parking lot. http://yellowstonegenealogy.org/
  13. The Flathead Valley Genealogical Society has reformed after an absence of twelve years from northwest Montana. At the state convention of the Montana State Genealogical Society held at Kalispell in September of 2011, interest was expressed in reorganizing a local society. Organizing meetings were first conducted in the fall of 2011 and the Society's by-laws were approved in May of 2012. Since then, the Society's membership has grown to over 30 members who are interested in learning about genealogical standards, methods and advancements while working to promote interest in family history in Flathead County. http://www.flatheadgenealogy.org/ View full record
  14. The Flathead Valley Genealogical Society has reformed after an absence of twelve years from northwest Montana. At the state convention of the Montana State Genealogical Society held at Kalispell in September of 2011, interest was expressed in reorganizing a local society. Organizing meetings were first conducted in the fall of 2011 and the Society's by-laws were approved in May of 2012. Since then, the Society's membership has grown to over 30 members who are interested in learning about genealogical standards, methods and advancements while working to promote interest in family history in Flathead County. http://www.flatheadgenealogy.org/
  15. The Great Falls Genealogy Society was founded in 1975 as a non-profit educational and research organization. Our genealogy library was begun the following year. The mission of the Great Falls Genealogy Society is to promote and encourage active interest in genealogy, encourage active interest in genealogy, compile accurate and complete genealogies, and collect and preserve genealogical records. Additionally, the Society will foster education and training in genealogy through courses and instruction in genealogy, lectures, forums, seminars, and special work. http://gfgenealogy.org/ View full record
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