“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Park County, Montana

Clickable Map of Park County, Montana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Park County, MT (17) Carbon County, MT (35) Gallatin County, MT (47) Meagher County, MT (2) Stillwater County, MT (2) Sweet Grass County, MT (3) Park County, WY (187)  ParkCounty(17) Park County (17)  CarbonCounty(35) Carbon County (35)  GallatinCounty(47) Gallatin County (47)  MeagherCounty(2) Meagher County (2)  StillwaterCounty(2) Stillwater County (2)  SweetGrassCounty(3) Sweet Grass County (3)  ParkCountyWyoming(187) Park County (187)
Adjacent to Park County, Montana
    Carbon County (35)
    Gallatin County (47)
    Meagher County (2)
    Stillwater County (2)
    Sweet Grass County (3)
    Park County, Wyoming (187)
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1Montana (Park County), Cooke City — Cooke City General Store
On Main Street (Beartooth Highway) (U.S. 212) west of River Street, on the right when traveling east.
As the mining town of Cooke City flourished into the 1880s, temporary structures gave way to more permanent establishments. In 1886, John A. Savage and partner John Elder opened a general mercantile whose long history reflects both the lean and . . . Map (db m130228) HM
2Montana (Park County), Cooke City — The New World Mining District
On U.S. 212 0.2 miles west of Montana Street, on the right when traveling east.
Prospectors discovered rich mineral deposits in the Beartooth Mountains near here in 1874. Christened the New World Mining District, the area included claims with colorful names like Miner’s Delight, Hidden Treasure, Southern Spy and Silver King. . . . Map (db m45240) HM
3Montana (Park County), Cooke City — The Summer of 1877
On Beartooth Highway (U.S. 212) 0.2 miles east of Kersey Lake Road, on the left when traveling east.
For three months the members of the Nez Perce non-treaty bands had been constantly on the move evading the military. Scouts ranged in front and guarded behind the traveling village of mostly children, women and old people, as they sought safety and . . . Map (db m130230) HM
4Montana (Park County), Corwin Springs — Along the Yellowstone RiverGallatin National Forest
On Old Yellowstone Trail South 0.3 miles south of E. Gate Road, on the left when traveling south.
A Blue Ribbon Flowing Through Paradise The Yellowstone is the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states. For the 103 miles downstream from Gardiner, the river is designated as a "Blue Ribbon" trout stream, the longest single . . . Map (db m40554) HM
5Montana (Park County), Emigrant — Absaroka - Beartooth Wilderness
On U.S. 89 30 miles south of Interstate 90, on the left when traveling south.
The Absaroka - Beartooth Wilderness, which lies to the east, contains one of the largest single expanses of land above 10,000 feet in elevation in the United States. The U.S. Forest Service set aside portions of the region as primitive areas in . . . Map (db m123116) HM
6Montana (Park County), Emigrant — Emigrant Gulch
On U.S. 89 2.9 miles west of Murphy Lane/Story Rd., on the left when traveling west.
In August 1864,three emigrants, who came to Montana on the Bozeman Trail, arrived here and found men already hard at work mining the creek. The new arrivals decided to try their luck farther up the rugged gulch, finding pay dirt high up the side of . . . Map (db m46256) HM
7Montana (Park County), Gardiner — A Wildlife Paradise
On North Entrance Road 0.9 miles south of West Park Street, on the left when traveling south.
Northern Yellowstone sustains one of the largest and most diverse populations of free-roaming wildlife seen anywhere on earth. It is often called "America's Serengeti." About half of the approximately 30,000 elk that summer in the park . . . Map (db m40566) HM
8Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Roosevelt Arch
On U.S. 89 west of 3rd Street, on the right when traveling west.
In 1903, most Yellowstone visitors arrived in Gardiner by train where they boarded stagecoaches for the journey into Wonderland. Gardiner had just built a beautiful train depot in the rustic architectural style, and both park administrators and . . . Map (db m123115) HM
9Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Roosevelt ArchHistoric Gateway - Symbol of an Idea
On North Entrance Road 0.1 miles south of West Park Street, on the right when traveling south. Reported permanently removed.
When Yellowstone was established in 1872 as the world's first national park, it was remote and nearly inaccessible. Few "tourists" had the time or the means to travel here from the major cities of the east and west coasts. However, by 1903 the North . . . Map (db m123135) HM
10Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Take a walk through history on the Yankee Jim Trail
On U.S. 89 0.8 miles south of Yankee Jim Campground, on the right when traveling south.
Visit the interpretive trail across the river and take a pleasant walk on an improve trail or enjoy a picnic. A series of interpretive signs will take you on a journey through time to some fascinating eras of history.Past, present and future The . . . Map (db m46260) HM
11Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Wildlife Migrations
On North Entrance Road 1.1 miles from West Park Street, on the left when traveling south.
In summer, pronghorn might be the only large mammals you see in this valley. In winter the wildlife picture changes dramatically. Herds of elk and bison, mule deer, and bighorn sheep descend from the snowy high country to look for food. Gardner . . . Map (db m40579) HM
12Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Wildlife of the Northern Range
On North Entrance Road 0.9 miles south of West Park Street, on the left when traveling south.
Elk - Sometimes called "wapiti" (the Shawnee word for "one with a white rump"), elk are often seen in large herds in open areas where they graze on grasses and forbs. Bull elk have antlers that they shed every year. Each spring as the elk age, . . . Map (db m40576) HM
13Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Yellowstone Cutthroat TroutThe Cutthroat's Worth Saving
On U.S. 89 0.8 miles south of Yankee Jim Campground, on the right when traveling south.
Montana's state fish has a sinister name and a fragile future. Set apart from other trout by red slash marks on either side of the lower jaw, the Yellowstone cutthroat trout is far from murderous. Native only to the Yellowstone River drainage, this . . . Map (db m46257) HM
14Montana (Park County), Gardiner — Yellowstone's Northern Range
On North Entrance Road 0.9 miles south of West Park Street, on the left when traveling south.
What is different about the northern range soils? While most of Yellowstone is a high volcanic plateau composed of rhyolite, the northern portion of the park is more complex geologically. Here you find landslides, erodible shales and . . . Map (db m40572) HM
15Montana (Park County), Livingston — First Lewis and Clark Trail Marker
On West Park Street.
"Trail of Lewis & Clark. This point was passed July 17, 1806. Marked Yellowstone Park Chapter D.A.R. October 23, 1908"Map (db m148210)
16Montana (Park County), Wilsall — Shields River Valley
On U.S. 89 0.5 miles south of Flathead Creek Road (State Highway 86), on the left when traveling south.
This river was named by Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in honor of John Shields, a member of the party. Captain Clark and his men, guided by Sacajawea, the Shoshone woman, camped at the mouth of the river July 15, 1806, . . . Map (db m128299) HM
17Montana (Park County), Yellowstone National Park — Boiling River TrailEndangered Stream
Near North Entrance Road (U.S. 89).
This stretch of river runs warmer than most mountain streams. A half mile up the trail, underground discharge from Mammoth Hot Springs enters the current and creates a year-round climate for water birds, trout, and aquatic plants. Over the years, . . . Map (db m123426) HM
Apr. 16, 2021