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28 Montana National Historic Landmarks

Burton K. Wheeler House (Butte) - 9/21/2018
Built about 1923, this modest working-class house was the home of the radical Democrat politician and U.S. Senator.
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Butte-Anaconda Historic District (Butte) - 9/21/2018
The area relates to its long history of copper production as well as to its role in the development of the labor union movement.
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Camp Disappointment - 9/21/2018
The northernmost campsite of the Lewis and Clark expedition, on its return trip from the Pacific Northwest.
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Charles M. Russell House and Studio (Great Falls) - 9/21/2018
The 1900 Art & Crafts home and log cabin studio of the Old American West artist.
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First Peoples Buffalo Jump - 9/21/2018
The site of a historic buffalo jump utilized by the Native American tribes, the country's and possibly the world's largest.
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Fort Union Trading Post - 6/12/2008
The site of the most important fur trading post on the upper Missouri until 1867.
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Going-To-The-Sun Road (Glacier National Park) - 9/20/2018
Completed in 1932, it is a scenic mountain road in the Rocky Mountains of Glacier National Park, the only road that traverses the park crossing the Continental Divide.
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Grant-Kohrs Ranch - 5/30/1997
Commemorates the Western cattle industry from its 1850s inception at the site established by Canadian fur trader Johnny Grant, and expanded by cattle baron Conrad Kohrs.
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Great Falls Portage (Great Falls) - 9/21/2018
The route taken by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805 to portage around the Great Falls of the Missouri River during the outbound portion of the expedition.
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Great Northern Railway Buildings (West Glacier) - 9/20/2018
The Belton Chalet, one of five building complexes in or near Glacier National Park, built by the Railway around the time of the park's founding, using the Swiss chalet as a building model.
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Lake McDonald Lodge (Glacier National Park) - 9/20/2018
A 1913 historic lodge located within Glacier National Park, and one of the nation's finest examples of large-scale Swiss chalet architecture.
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Northeast Entrance Station (Yellowstone National Park) - 9/22/2018
A 1935 rustic log building designed by the National Park Service on the road into Yellowstone National Park.
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Pictograph Cave - 9/15/1989
The cave complex was home to generations of prehistoric hunters, drawing human beings for over 3,000 years.
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Three Forks of the Missouri - 9/21/2018
Marks the official start of the Missouri River at the confluence of the Gallatin, Madison and Jefferson Rivers.
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