Wolf Point Area Historical Museum
- Cultural Attractions, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Museums
- General info
Wolf Point Museum is a small and very interesting museum containing a life-sized statue of the cowboy and artist Charles M. Russell, as well as artifacts from early-day white settlers and Native Americans. Some of the items on display include Sherman T. Cogswell’s 1910 National cash register, antique printing presses, pendulum clocks, two 1890 Edison phonographs and cylinder records, a 1915 Bible, the 1913 oak dresser from the first rooming house in Wolf Point, an excellent arrowhead collection, and paintings by local artists Magnhild Holum, Tenny DeWitt and Marlene Toavs. Seven miles down the road the Lewis and Clark Memorial Park provides a glimpse of where locals sold wood for use on steamboats. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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