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    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • Yogo, Montana

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    • Yogo, Montana was a gold mining camp at first but then became known for its corn-flower blue sapphires. Yogo mining district is about 16 miles from Utica, Montana.
    • World War I Military men, Lewistown, Montana

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    • World War I;
    • Inductees for World War I gathered on the field next to the Masonic Temple in Lewistown. This site was later used for the Post Office building in 1931.
    • Wool Warehouse, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Wool Industry;
    • The wool warehouse (built 1904) located next the the Montana Railroad Depot at the end of 1st Avenue South and Brassey Street.
    • Wool Hauling, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Wool Industry;
    • Teams of horses pulling carts loaded with bags of wool next to the railroad station at Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winnett, Montana. Class of 1933 part 2

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana. Class of 1933 part 1

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • The day the train came in. Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Petroleum County Courthouse. Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winnett, Montana

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    • Railroad driving the golden spike. Winnett, Montana (in Petroleum County) was settled by Walter Winnett. He established a store and post office in 1910 which became the beginning of the town.
    • Winifred, Montana. First Hotel

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Revlegks Cash Store and Haynes Hotel. Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • Winifred, Montana

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    • Winifred, Montana began as a railway station along Dog Creek. It is located about 37 miles north of Lewistown, Montana.
    • William Fergus family, Box Elder Creek, Montana

    • 1892
    • Fergus family
    • Mr. and Mrs. William (brother of James Fergus) Fergus seated in the center with their grandchildren, sons and daughters of Christina and David Hilger, surrounding them.
    • William Blackford's office, Lewistown, Montana.

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    • Office of William Blackford in the Judith Basin Bank (built 1899) located at 502 W. Main. William Blackford and his secretary, Gertrude McConnell are seated at a tapestry covered table with bookshelves on two sides of the room. The first Lincoln...
    • Willam Blackford

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    • William Blackford;
    • William Blackford, attorney in his office at 502 W. Main (Judith Bank Building)
    • Willa Snartland Raundal working on her homestead.

    • 1916
    • Homesteads;
    • Willa Snartland married A.K. Raundal after she had been on her homestead 6 months. Earlier her brother had filed for the homestead but he got sick and so she moved into the homestead to take over for her brother. The homestead was located southeast...
    • Willa Snartland Raundal at Homestead southeast of Roy, Montana.

    • 1916
    • Homesteads; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Willa Snartland married A.K. Raundal after she had been on her homestead 6 months. Earlier her brother had filed for the homestead but he got sick and so she moved into the homestead to take over for her brother. The homestead was located southeast...
    • Willa Snartland Raundal at Homestead house 1916.

    • 1916
    • Homesteads; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Willa Snartland married A.K. Raundal after she had been on her homestead 6 months. Earlier her brother had filed for the homestead but he got sick and so she moved into the homestead to take over for her brother. The homestead was located southeast...
    • Willa Snartland Raundal and company at Homestead 1916

    • 1916
    • Homesteads; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Willa Snartland married A.K. Raundal after she had been on her homestead 6 months. Earlier her brother had filed for the homestead but he got sick and so she moved into the homestead to take over for her brother. The homestead was located southeast...
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Elmer Turner. Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder Saloon at Rocky Point. Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Post Office. Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wilder, Montana

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    • Wilder, Montana was located on the south side of the Missouri River about 15 miles west of the Mussellshell River in Montana. It had a post office from 1886 to 1939.
    • Wieglanda, George with gold brick

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    • George Heinrick Wieglenda was born on August 15, 1876, in Heidersdorf, Province of Silesia, Germany. His parents, John and Selma immigrated to the United States around 1883. George left home around 1893 and after drifting around Eastern Montana, at...
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The house in the foreground are between 9th and 10th Avenue north on Washington Street.
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block.
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block. The domed building on the right is the Fergus County Courthouse built in 1908-1909.
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block.
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block. The railroad track is located along 9th Avenue North. The Fergus County Courthouse is on the right (built 1908-1909). The house to the left of the Courthouse was the Lehman...
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block.
    • West side of Lewistown.

    • 1910-1919
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The houses in the foreground are on Main Street between the 900-1000 block. The large home on the left is the Crowley residence and the building over the top of it is the First Christian Church.
    • Wedding of three brothers.

    • 1912-05-14
    • Danvers, Montana; Barta Family;
    • Triple wedding of three bothers and their spouses. Anton and Jennie (Simacek) Barta; Frank and Josephine (Tucek) Barta; Joe and Helen (Kojetin) Barta. Parents of the grooms on each side of the priest in the front row. They were married by Father...
    • Wedding of George Martin and Lena Lucier. Lewistown, Montana.

    • 1915-10-27
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    • George came to Montana in 1910 and worked at the Powell Dairy near Lewistown. He later worked as a logger at the town of Kendall, Montana. He met Lena later when he went to work for her brother, Charles Lucier. George and Lena homesteaded on...
    • Water well.

    • 1966-09-01
    • Water wells;
    • Small water well near Winnett, Montana
    • Washington's Birthday Celebration, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Lewistown, Montana
    • Members of the Library staff and board. Top row (left to right): Mrs. Austin Warr, Mrs. Albert Pfaus; Middle Row: Lillian Taylor Waite, Mrs. Willam Blackford, Cecily Blackford; Bottom row: Miss Clara Main (Librarian 1913-1941), Mrs. C.C. Wallin,...
    • Washington Street, Lewistown, Montana.

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    • View from 6th Avenue North looking down on Washington Street. The white building (center left) is the first built Methodist Church.
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Springs Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive bulkhead. It was...
    • Warm Spring Power Plant for mine at Kendall, Montana

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    • Power Plants;
    • Water turbine. Construction of the Warm Spring Power Plant building was started in early August 1901. It was located on the west bank of Warm Spring Creek at the foot of a steep hill at the top of which the water supply ditch ended in a massive...

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