Missouri River

April 23rd, 2020

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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March 31st, 2020

Montana Rivers

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Montana Rivers

SW Montana Rivers Near Bozeman: Gallatin, Jefferson, Madison, Missouri, Yellowstone Extending north and south through Montana’s western terrain is the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains, separating Montana into two drainages, one west-sloping and the other east-sloping, enabling gravity to send the State’s water to either the Mississippi or the Columbia. Consequently, Montana rivers flowing […]

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October 21st, 2019

Gallatin Gateway, Montana

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Gallatin Gateway, Montana

Gallatin Gateway Montana History – Salesville MT, Slabtown – Gallatin Gateway Real Estate The Gallatin Gateway, Montana (Lat 45.5915958, Long -111.1977304) community, 22 miles SW of Bozeman, Montana, is 5.92 miles within a 2502 mile region in the SW corner of Montana’s Gallatin River Valley. The town of Gallatin Gateway, Montana is located along U.S. Route 191 in […]

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October 17th, 2019

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, calling […]

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January 1st, 2018

Helena Montana

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Helena Montana

Helena, Montana’s capital city had originally been named “Crabtown,” for John Crab. Helena, MT was established October 30, 1864 and is near the Great Missouri River, one of the many Montana rivers anglers, boaters, and recreational enthusiasts enjoy. Helena, Montana Yesterday and Today Four miners from Georgia, John Crab, John Cowan, Daniel Jackson Miller, and Reginald/Robert Stanley (the “Four […]

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