MONTANA CITIES

July 9th, 2024

Livingston, Montana History

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Livingston, Montana History

Livingston, Montana History – Yellowstone River – Livingston MT Real Estate Between the Gallatin and Crazy Mountain Ranges and abutting the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Livingston, Montana (Latitude, 45.66 N, Longitude, 110.56 W, Elevation. 4503 feet) is nestled along the free-flowing, Yellowstone River, one of the world’s longest, undammed rivers. For centuries, this region, which includes the […]

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June 24th, 2024

Montana Brewing History | All Bozeman Breweries

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Montana Brewing History | All Bozeman Breweries

Montana Beer History and Companies – Best Bozeman, Montana Breweries – List of all Montana Breweries In 2024, there are over 120 breweries in Montana, listed below. Beginnings, Montana Brewing History: First named “Thorn-Smith Brewery” and then renamed “Virginia Brewery,” Montana’s first craft brewing industry began in Virginia City, Montana Territory in 1863–around the middle […]

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June 17th, 2024

Helena Montana History

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Helena Montana History

Helena is Montana’s capitol city. Originally know as “Crabtown,” for John Crab. Helena, MT was established October 30, 1864 and is near the Great Missouri River. Helena, Montana Yesterday and Today Four miners from Georgia, John Crab, John Cowan, Daniel Jackson Miller, and Reginald/Robert Stanley (the “Four Georgians“) found placer gold (quartz gold, silver, and lead, too) […]

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June 17th, 2024

Bozeman Schools

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Bozeman Schools

Bozeman School District – Public, Private, Post-Secondary Educational Institutions in Gallatin County, Montana. Gallatin high school, Bozeman newest school In May 2017, Bozeman School District voters approved a $125m bond both for Gallatin high school, to be completed in time for the 2020 school year, and for renovation of the existing Main Street Bozeman high […]

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June 12th, 2024

Big Sky Montana

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Big Sky Montana

Big Sky is a vibrant, unincorporated community in southwest Montana, between Bozeman and West Yellowstone, Montana – 2024 Big Sky Homes For Sale  –  Big Sky Market Report –  Big Sky Resort History of Big Sky Montana: In 1902, Augustus Franklin Crail was the first to homestead in Big Sky, choosing today’s “Meadow” for his homestead. […]

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June 6th, 2024

Ennis Montana Real Estate For Sale

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Ennis Montana Real Estate For Sale

Ennis Montana Real Estate Below The Tobacco Root Mountains to the northwest, the Madison Range to the east, and the Snowcrest and Gravelly Mountain Ranges to the south, all these ranges surround Ennis, Montana. The Flathead, Bannock, and Shoshone Native American tribes called the Ennis Valley, “The Land of the Shining Mountains,” an apt description […]

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May 23rd, 2024

Montana Cities: South West & South Central

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Montana Cities: South West & South Central

South West and South Central Montana Cities: History, Maps Bozeman, Montana, Cultural and Educational Center of South Central and Southwest Montana In 1864, W.W. Alderson described Montana’s Gallatin Valley, home to Bozeman, as “one of the most beautiful and picturesque valleys the eye ever beheld, abounding in springs of clear water.” In the late 1800’s many agreed, […]

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May 8th, 2024

Three Forks Montana History

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Three Forks Montana History

Three Forks, Montana History  In their journals Lewis and Clark wrote abundantly about Three Forks, Montana and its lively, mid-19-century history. Three Forks, at the confluence of the Madison, Jefferson, and Gallatin Rivers forms the great Missouri River. According to Lewis and Clark, the area was known for Blackfeet Indians and grizzlies (according to Lewis, […]

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