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Butte-Anaconda Historic District Marker (<i>wide view; marker visible on left side of building</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 18, 2016
Butte-Anaconda Historic District Marker (wide view; marker visible on left side of building)
Montana (Silver Bow County), Butte — Butte-Anaconda Historic District
It took millions of miles of copper to build the telegraph, telephone, and electrical lines that transformed the United States from a collection of small, isolated communities to a cohesive, industrialized nation. Looming gallows frames and the . . . — Map (db m128045) HM
Montana (Silver Bow County), Butte — Butte-Anaconda-WalkervilleNational Historic Landmark
Butte-Anaconda Walkerville Has been designated a National Historic Landmark Atop the “Richest Hill on Earth,” Walkerville was the birthplace of Butte-Anaconda Mining. It was the site of the district’s first mines, and the . . . — Map (db m128051) HM
Montana (Silver Bow County), Butte — The Con Headframe
Men Lowered and Ore Raised The Anaconda Copper Mining Company (ACM) erected the Mountain Consolidated (or simply the "Con") mine headframe in 1928. Towering 129-1/2 feet, the steel headframe and five idlers towers replaced smaller wooden . . . — Map (db m128056) HM
Montana (Silver Bow County), Butte — Thompson ParkBeaver Ponds Trailhead
Welcome to Thompson Park, a 3,500-acre municipal recreation area with a story to tell. The Park offers unique opportunities to view past mining activity, rock formations, scenic vistas, and wildlife. The Park is jointly managed by the City-County of . . . — Map (db m128441) HM
Montana (Silver Bow County), Butte — Welcome! To the Top of the World
Montana’s Copperway You are about to enter a unique trail system that is part of Montana's Copperway, a network of trails and cultural sites developed to celebrate and interpret one of the richest, most colorful histories in our nation. The . . . — Map (db m128057) HM

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