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Historical Markers in Ismay, Montana

 
Clickable Map of Custer 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 Custer County, MT (56) Carter County, MT (7) Fallon County, MT (1) Garfield County, MT (4) Powder River County, MT (7) Prairie County, MT (2) Rosebud County, MT (74)  CusterCounty(56) Custer County (56)  CarterCounty(7) Carter County (7)  FallonCounty(1) Fallon County (1)  GarfieldCounty(4) Garfield County (4)  PowderRiverCounty(7) Powder River County (7)  PrairieCounty(2) Prairie County (2)  RosebudCounty(74) Rosebud County (74)
Miles City is the county seat for Custer County
Ismay is in Custer County
      Custer County (56)  
ADJACENT TO CUSTER COUNTY
      Carter County (7)  
      Fallon County (1)  
      Garfield County (4)  
      Powder River County (7)  
      Prairie County (2)  
      Rosebud County (74)  
 
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1Montana (Custer County), Ismay — Ismay Jail
Ismay’s bustling business, wicked ways, and itinerant population of cowboys and railroad men earned it the nickname “Little Chicago.” This town, born with the construction of the Milwaukee Road across Montana, began in 1908 with the name . . . Map (db m164230) HM
2Montana (Custer County), Ismay — Site of Station Creek Station
On the Bismarck-Ft Keogh Trail, at various time periods trail was known as Sandstone Bismarck - Ft Keogh Ft Lincoln - Ft Keogh Army Trail during 1879 - 1881 (?) 1873 by civilian freighters and used until the building of Northern Pacific R.R. and . . . Map (db m164543) HM
3Montana (Custer County), Ismay — The Powder River and the Red Trail
This is the river that many claim is a mile wide, an inch deep, and runs uphill. That statement may be exaggerated, but Captain Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition commented on its color and called it "disagreeably muddy." Clark named it the . . . Map (db m164270) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022