Helena is the county seat for Lewis and Clark County
Marysville is in Lewis and Clark County
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Marysville owes its existence to the nearby Drumlummon Mine developed by a
determined miner named Tommy Cruse. The British-owned Montana Mining Company
acquired the mine in 1883. Expansion of Drumlummon operations, including a large
ore . . . — — Map (db m155021) HM
Ann and Blibal Betor has a general store here as early as 1898. Mr. Betor was a rug peddler when he first migrated to the USA originally from Lebanon. The general store included "Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Children's Ware, and Notions."
The . . . — — Map (db m188742) HM
Built in 1883 as a two-room structure the Marysville schoolhouse quickly became inadequate and in 1891 a second story was added to accommodate more than 200 hundred (sic) students in eleven grades. At this time instruction was provided by as many as . . . — — Map (db m188738) HM
Once the home of James and Donalda Shaffer, this house was last occupied by Frank Nyaski. The building which was donated to the Marysville Pioneer Association in 1969 by Yvette, Vinnie and Jim Shaffer, has presently been restored and used as a . . . — — Map (db m188739) HM
In 1870 the mining town of Marysville was established and named for the first pioneer woman here, Mary Ralston, by Thomas Cruse, owner of the famous Drum Lummon Mine.
By 1900, the Marysville Mining District was reported to be the richest gold . . . — — Map (db m154440) HM
Marysville’s Methodist Episcopal Church was built in 1886 by its congregation on land purchased from Thomas Cruse, who founded the town in 1876 around his Drum Lummon gold and silver claims. The church’s modest clapboard-sided frame and bell tower . . . — — Map (db m188675) HM