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Montana Historical Society

Before Branding Moved into the Corporate Board Room

Before Branding Moved into the Corporate Board Room

Cowboys ply their trade in this 1890s photograph taken near Little Pumpkin Creek.
Author: Jami Howell
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How High’s the Water

How High’s the Water

The newspaper clippings file in the MHS Research Center is crowded with stories about past floods and the human and economic toll they take.
Author: Jami Howell
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When Wool, Not Cotton, Was King

When Wool, Not Cotton, Was King

Montana was a major supplier of wool in the early part of the last century.  Shearing was a hard and dirty job.  

Author: Jami Howell
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Fort Peck Is Serious Dam History

Fort Peck Is Serious Dam History

The project provided hundreds of needed jobs during the Great Depression and had a major impact on the development of eastern Montana.
Author: Jami Howell
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Montana Historical Society: History on the Rise

Montana Historical Society: History on the Rise

Do you remember when there was a museum in the bottom of the Montana Capitol?

Author: cbrown
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A Montana Mother’s Work Is Never Done

A Montana Mother’s Work Is Never Done

 

Author: cbrown
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May Day in Not Too Distant Times

May Day in Not Too Distant Times

Happy May Day from Montana's past. 

Author: cbrown
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Lonesome Whistle from Montana's Past

Lonesome Whistle from Montana's Past

Which Mountain Tunnel is Featured in this Week's Throw-Way-Back Thursday Photograph?
Author: cbrown
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Riding Hard to the World's Fair

Riding Hard to the World's Fair

100 Years after Montana became a territory, Montanans took a "moving" museum to New York to show the East what we are all about here. Guess which former Governor is featured in this photo?

Author: cbrown
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Power to the People

Power to the People

Meeting of Montana's constitutional convention 1884.
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When “Horse Power” Really Meant It...

When “Horse Power” Really Meant It...

Click Here to see and learn more about the classic L.A. Huffman photograph from the turn of the 19th century.
Author: cbrown
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