“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Winifred, Montana

Clickable Map of Fergus County, Montana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Fergus County, MT (55) Blaine County, MT (16) Chouteau County, MT (101) Golden Valley County, MT (0) Judith Basin County, MT (2) Musselshell County, MT (0) Petroleum County, MT (0) Phillips County, MT (9) Wheatland County, MT (0)  FergusCounty(55) Fergus County (55)  BlaineCounty(16) Blaine County (16)  ChouteauCounty(101) Chouteau County (101)  GoldenValleyCounty(0) Golden Valley County (0)  JudithBasinCounty(2) Judith Basin County (2)  MusselshellCounty(0) Musselshell County (0)  PetroleumCounty(0) Petroleum County (0)  PhillipsCounty(9) Phillips County (9)  WheatlandCounty(0) Wheatland County (0)
Location of Winifred, Montana
    Fergus County (55)
    Blaine County (16)
    Chouteau County (101)
    Golden Valley County (0)
    Judith Basin County (2)
    Musselshell County (0)
    Petroleum County (0)
    Phillips County (9)
    Wheatland County (0)
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1Montana (Fergus County), Winifred — Camp CookeFirst Military Post in Montana
Near this site, where the Missouri and Judith Rivers join together, the United States Army built the first military post in Montana Territory on July 10, 1866. The post, under the operation of the 13th Infantry, continued to provide service to the . . . Map (db m161910) HM
2Montana (Fergus County), Winifred — Claggett Hill Trail
In 1866, the U.S. army established Camp Cooke on the west bank of the Judith River near its confluence with the Missouri near here to protect local settlers from Indian raids. Shortly thereafter, steamboat entrepreneur and trader T.C. Power built a . . . Map (db m161914) HM
3Montana (Fergus County), Winifred — The Judith Landing
Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark arrived at the mouth of the Judith River on May 29, 1895 and named it for Clark's sweetheart, Julia Hancock. Lewis described it as a "handsome river" and noted the recent evidence of Indian encampments . . . Map (db m161907) HM
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Apr. 12, 2021