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Roosevelt County Montana Historical Markers

 
An Imposing and Elaborate Establishment Marker image, Touch for more information
By Barry Swackhamer, August 16, 2019
An Imposing and Elaborate Establishment Marker
Montana (Roosevelt County), Bainville — An Imposing and Elaborate Establishment
Fort Union, one of the largest and best known trading posts in the American West, was located on the Missouri near the mouth of the Yellowstone, about 14 miles southeast of here. Built in 1828, it was the headquarters for the American Fur Company’s . . . — Map (db m142983) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Culbertson — Coal, Oil, and Natural Gas
The Fort Union Formation was deposited not long after the dinosaur extinction, about 65 million years ago. Rivers originating in mountains to the west and south carried abundant sediment to the nearby shallow inland sea to the east, crossing the . . . — Map (db m142979) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Culbertson — Join the Voyage of DiscoveryLewis and Clark in Montana
Wherever you are in Montana, you stand in the pathway of Lewis and Clark. Their 1804-1806 expedition was a grand adventure to investigate the people and resources of the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase and to seek a navigable passage across the . . . — Map (db m142981) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Poplar — Fort Peck Indian Reservation
is the home of two tribes, the Assiniboines, whose forefathers were living in this vicinity when Lewis and Clark came up the Missouri in 1805, and the Dakota (Sioux) descendants of the "hostiles" who fiercely resisted the white invasion of their . . . — Map (db m142978) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Wolf Point — Lewis and Clark Bridge and Interpretive Site
Over there... This location has long been an important river crossing. Buffalo herds used it for centuries. The Assiniboine named it "Crow Ford" because the Crow used it during their raiding campaign. Ferries operated at this location from . . . — Map (db m142949) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Wolf Point — The Wolf Point Bridge
The Wolf Point Bridge was the result of many years of lobbying by Roosevelt and McCone county citizens led by Wolf Point businessman William Young. In 1927, the Montana Highway Commission and Bureau of Public Roads approved the project. The Missouri . . . — Map (db m142977) HM
Montana (Roosevelt County), Wolf Point — Wolf Point
The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed by here, westward bound, in May, 1805. Fur trappers and traders followed them a few years later. Steamboats began making it from St. Louis up the Missouri as far as Fort Benton in the early 1860s. Wolf Point was . . . — Map (db m142947) HM

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