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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bridger, Montana

 
Clickable Map of Carbon 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 Carbon County, MT (35) Big Horn County, MT (49) Park County, MT (17) Stillwater County, MT (2) Yellowstone County, MT (146) Big Horn County, WY (37) Park County, WY (187)  CarbonCounty(35) Carbon County (35)  BigHornCounty(49) Big Horn County (49)  ParkCounty(17) Park County (17)  StillwaterCounty(2) Stillwater County (2)  YellowstoneCounty(146) Yellowstone County (146)  BigHornCountyWyoming(37) Big Horn County (37)  ParkCounty(187) Park County (187)
Location of Bridger, Montana
    Carbon County (35)
    Big Horn County (49)
    Park County (17)
    Stillwater County (2)
    Yellowstone County (146)
    Big Horn County, Wyoming (37)
    Park County, Wyoming (187)
 
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1Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — A Trail Woefully Hard to Travel: The Bridger Cut-Off
In 1863, John Bozeman and John Jacobs blazed a new trail through the buffalo rich Powder River Country to the southwest Montana mining camps. The Bozeman Trail, however, could be deadly fo rat men and women who traveled it. The Lakota and Northern . . . Map (db m167011) HM
2Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — Jim Bridger, Mountain Man
Jim Bridger arrived in Montana in 1822 as a member of a Rocky Mountain Fur Co. brigade. For years he had no more permanent home than a poker chip. He roamed the entire Rocky Mountain region and often came through this part of the country. A keen . . . Map (db m96630) HM
3Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — Jim Bridger, Mountain Man
Jim Bridger arrived in Montana in 1822 as a member of a Rocky Mountain Fur Co. brigade. He roamed the entire Rocky Mountain region and often came through this part of the country. A keen observer, a natural geographer and with years of experience . . . Map (db m167010) HM
4Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage
Organization of the Bridger Methodist Episcopal Church and the Ladies Aid took place in 1899, pre-dating by one year the founding of the town itself. As in other small Montana communities, itinerant ministers like the Reverend John G. Clark served . . . Map (db m166987) HM
5Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — The Corey House
known as the Pillsbury House Built 1907 has been placed on the National Register Of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m167009) HM
6Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — The Pryor Mountains
The Pryor Mountains to the east cover roughly 300,000 acres. Once entirely Crow Indian territory, now only the north end of the range is on the Crow Reservation. The south end is in the Custer National Forest. The range is bound on the east by . . . Map (db m166982) HM
7Montana (Carbon County), Bridger — The Pryor Mountains and Raptor Country
The Pryor Mountains are located on the horizon to the southeast. The prominent cliffs and dip slopes are Madison Limestone, which was deposited in shallow seas over 300 million years ago. Along the margins of the mountains, younger tan-colored . . . Map (db m166979) HM
 
Apr. 16, 2021