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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Broadwater County, Montana
Adjacent to Broadwater County, Montana
► Gallatin County (47) ► Jefferson County (7) ► Lewis and Clark County (25) ► Meagher County (2)
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|On U.S. 287 near Springville Lane, on the right when traveling north. |
|Shortly after the discovery of gold in Confederate Gulch, freighters established a road between Helena and Diamond City. The Missouri River was a barrier to travelers until John Oakes established a ferry in Black Rock Canyon in 1865. A small . . . — — Map (db m141733) HM|
|On Broadway (U.S. 12) near South Cedar Street, on the right when traveling north. |
|J. P. Kearns came to Townsend from Benton, Wisconsin, in 1899. Business-educated and experienced, Kearns astutely recognized the town’s need for a new financial institution and founded the State Bank of Townsend only three months later. The bank was . . . — — Map (db m141732) HM|
|On State Highway 287 near Springville Lane, on the right when traveling north. |
|In 1864, prospectors discovered promising placer gold deposits in Confederate Gulch, named for their political sympathies during the Civil War. This led to a huge gold rush that brought thousands of people to the gulch and the discovery of some of . . . — — Map (db m141735) HM|
|Near State Highway 287 at milepost 81 near Shelly Road, on the left when traveling north. |
|York (ca. 1770-1831) is the only name given for Captain William Clark's slave in the journals of Lewis and Clark (Moulton, 1988).
Lewis and Clark's journals frequently refer to York, a black slave to Captain William Clark. York played an . . . — — Map (db m141726) HM|