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Historical Markers in Greycliff, Montana

 
Clickable Map of Sweet Grass 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 Sweet Grass County, MT (15) Golden Valley County, MT (4) Meagher County, MT (4) Park County, MT (66) Stillwater County, MT (16) Wheatland County, MT (3)  SweetGrassCounty(15) Sweet Grass County (15)  GoldenValleyCounty(4) Golden Valley County (4)  MeagherCounty(4) Meagher County (4)  ParkCounty(66) Park County (66)  StillwaterCounty(16) Stillwater County (16)  WheatlandCounty(3) Wheatland County (3)
Big Timber is the county seat for Sweet Grass County
Greycliff is in Sweet Grass County
      Sweet Grass County (15)  
ADJACENT TO SWEET GRASS COUNTY
      Golden Valley County (4)  
      Meagher County (4)  
      Park County (66)  
      Stillwater County (16)  
      Wheatland County (3)  
 
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1Montana (Sweet Grass County), Greycliff — Captain Wm. Clark
You are now following the historic trail of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. On his return from the Pacific in July 1806, Captain Clark camped for six days about forty miles downstream, near Park City. The Expedition had been looking for timber . . . Map (db m28948) HM
2Montana (Sweet Grass County), Greycliff — The Crazy Mountains
Called Awaxaawippiia by the Apsaalooka (Crow) Indians, the Crazy Mountains, which you can see to the northwest, are an igneous formation forged about 50 million years ago. For the Apsaalooka, they are the most sacred and revered mountains on the . . . Map (db m28947) HM
3Montana (Sweet Grass County), Greycliff — The Thomas Party
In 1866 William Thomas, his son Charles, and a driver named Schultz left southern Illinois bound for the Gallatin Valley, Montana. Travelling by covered wagon they joined a prairie schooner outfit at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, and started over the . . . Map (db m28975) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022