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Historical Markers in Teton County, Montana

 
Clickable Map of Teton County, Montana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Teton County, MT (7) Cascade County, MT (78) Chouteau County, MT (101) Flathead County, MT (131) Lewis and Clark County, MT (166) Pondera County, MT (7)  TetonCounty(7) Teton County (7)  CascadeCounty(78) Cascade County (78)  ChouteauCounty(101) Chouteau County (101)  FlatheadCounty(131) Flathead County (131)  LewisandClarkCounty(166) Lewis and Clark County (166)  PonderaCounty(7) Pondera County (7)
Choteau is the county seat for Teton County
Adjacent to Teton County, Montana
      Cascade County (78)  
      Chouteau County (101)  
      Flathead County (131)  
      Lewis and Clark County (166)  
      Pondera County (7)  
 
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1 Montana, Teton County, Choteau — Blackfeet and Buffalo
In the days of the fur traders and trappers, immediately following the time of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806), all of this country bordering the Rocky Mountains from here north into Canada and south to the three forks of the Missouri and . . . Map (db m127284) HM
2 Montana, Teton County, Choteau — Egg Mountain
In 1978, rock - shop owner Marion Brandvold found a group of small bones that paleontologists Jack Horner and Bob Makela later identified as baby bones belonging to a new species of duck - billed dinosaur. Horner and Makela named the new species . . . Map (db m220206) HM
3 Montana, Teton County, Choteau — Old Agency on the Teton
About 1/4 mile SE of this point, a huge native stone marks the site of “Old Agency” of the former Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The agency was established in 1868-69 and with unusual generosity, the whites in authority permitted . . . Map (db m127276) HM
4 Montana, Teton County, Choteau — Teton County Courthouse
In 1906, Choteau's newspaper, the Acantha, proudly celebrated the completion of the new county courthouse. “This splendid edifice,” its editor predicted, “… will stand for years as a monument to the honor and integrity of . . . Map (db m127285) HM
5 Montana, Teton County, Dutton — In the Event of an AttackThe Montana Missile Field
Tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union ran high during the cold war. Both sides relied heavily on their nuclear weapons arsenals as deterrents to actual combat between the two superpowers. When the Soviets launched the first . . . Map (db m220443) HM
6 Montana, Teton County, Dutton — The Whoop Up Trail
From 1869 to 1885, supplies and trade goods that came up the Missouri River from St. Louis were transferred at Fort Benton from steamboats to freight wagons for distribution in southern Alberta on the famed Whoop-up Trail, which ran near here. In . . . Map (db m220444) HM
7 Montana, Teton County, Pendroy — Pendroy1916-1991
In 1916, the Great Northern Railroad extended their branch line north from Choteau. Mr. James Hill, the president of the railroad had promised his friend L.B. Pendroy he would build a railroad to his home. Since the railroad was never extended . . . Map (db m130226) HM
 
 
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Apr. 15, 2024