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Genealogical/Historical Commissions, Societies and Museums:
Please click here - (Counties we have listed), (To list a local society, please contact us.)
Germans from Russia - From the LDS St Albans border crossing microfilm # 1561365 listing
aliens crossing from Canada to the US in February and March of 1915. A partial
extraction of information.
Ghost Town Preservation Society - Sensing the value of Montana's ghost towns and aware
of the rapid rate at which they were disappearing, four concerned Bozemanites
founded the non-profit Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society in 1969. The goal
of the Society was defined "to preserve and maintain ghost towns and historic sties
in the state of Monatana, and to develop an appreciation of the cultural benefits in
the sites, buildings, and artifacts that are part of the living museum formed from the
beginnings of Montana."
Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers - Events, meetings, and news stories concerning
the Sons and Daughters can be found here, along with other information of historical
significance, a link to the quarterly newsletter -- The Pick and Shovel.
State Capital City: Helena (Capital since 1880 - located in Lewis and Clark County)
The State name: Created out of the Idaho Territory in 1864, the name Montana is a derivation of the Latin word "montaanus" which means mountainous.
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