Montana Territory

April 9th, 2021

Bozeman Montana

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Bozeman Montana

Bozeman, Montana: History – Gallatin County, MT – John Bozeman – Fort Ellis – Bozeman Pioneers and Founders – Population ~52,800 In 1864, W.W. Alderson described Montana’s Gallatin Valley 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 it […]

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April 8th, 2021

Downtown Bozeman Homes For Sale

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Downtown Bozeman Homes For Sale

2021 Downtown Bozeman Homes For Sale – Historic Bozeman Homes YEAR/MONTH ⇑ MEDIAN SALES PRICE ⇓ HOMES FOR SALE March 2021 $548,000 22 December 2020 $540,000 20 September 2020 $499,000 46 June 2020 $478,000 90 March 2020 $465,000 95 Homes For Sale Downtown Bozeman: Listings Below or Search Bozeman Homes, Luxury Homes, Urban Condos & […]

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March 30th, 2021

Montana Ranching History

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Montana Ranching History

Short History of Montana Ranching It is said that Montana’s ranching history began in the mid-1850’s with a cattle operation in Deer Lodge Valley started by the Grant Brothers in what was then Montana Territory. The Brothers would drive vibrant oxen to Pocatello, Idaho, trading them for exhausted Oregon cattle. They would then turn around and […]

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March 20th, 2021

Livingston Montana

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Livingston Montana

Livingston, Montana – Yellowstone River – Livingston MT Real Estate Between the Gallatin and Crazy Mountain Ranges, surrounded by 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 land was sacred and neutral […]

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