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Archival Photographs from the University of Montana

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Images in this collection include UM campus students, buildings and events, and scenes from around Missoula, Montana, and the region. They were selected from Archives & Special Collections and represent only a fraction of what is available onsite. The digitization and addition of images to this collection …

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Archival Photographs from the University of Montana

Armstead, Montana

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The photos of Armstead, Montana depict a town that disappeared beneath Hap Hawkins lake behind the Clark Canyon Dam in the early 1960's.  It was important because it is the site of Camp Fortunate where the Lewis and Clark Expedition met the Shoshone Indians and Sacajawea recognized her brother.  …

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Armstead, Montana

Beaverhead County, Montana Newspapers

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A collection of newspapers from Beaverhead County beginning in 1899.  This collection includes several different titles: Big Hole Basin News, Big Hole Breezes, Daily Tribune Examiner, and The Dillon Daily Tribune Examiner.

Beaverhead County, Montana Newspapers

Big Timber Pioneer Newspaper

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The town of Big Timber was settled in south central Montana when the Northern Pacific Railroad arrived in 1882. By 1892, Big Timber was one of the world’s largest exporters of wool, shipping out as much as 2 million pounds a year.The Big Timber Pioneer newspaper started in 1889 and is still in print …

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Big Timber Pioneer Newspaper

Billings - Historic Collection

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The Billings Public Library Historic Collection is comprised of items from Billings Public Library which depict or describe people, places events, or other information important to the history of Montana beyond Billings and Yellowstone County.

Billings - Historic Collection

About the collections



The Montana Memory Project provides access to digital collections and items relating to Montana’s cultural heritage and government. These collections and items document the Montana experience. Many of these items are digitized copies of historic material, some items are contemporary. All serve as a resource for education, business, pleasure, and lifelong learning. This is a statewide project of the Montana State Library and the Montana Historical Society Research Center

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