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1. Bearcreek

 Washoe, Red Lodge Area
Platted in 1905 by George Lamport and Robert Leavens, Bearcreek was the center of an extensive underground coal mining district. More Info

2. Columbus

 Columbus, Red Lodge Area
The town of Columbus is located about 9 miles west of here. More Info

3. Bozeman Pass

 Livingston, Livingston Area
Sacajawea, the Shoshone woman who guided portions of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, led Captain Wm. Clark and his party of ten men over an old buffalo road through this pass on July 15, 1806. More Info

4. Jim Bridger, Mountain Man

 Bridger, Red Lodge Area
Jim Bridger arrived in Montana in 1822 as a member of a Rocky Mountain Fur Co. brigade. More Info

5. Shields River Valley

 Wilsall, Livingston Area
This river was named by Capt. Wm. Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in honor of John Shields, a member of the party. More Info

6. Smith Mine Disaster

 Washoe, Red Lodge Area
The tragedy at Smith Mine became Montanas worst coal mine disaster. More Info

7. Meaderville

 Butte, Butte Area
William Allison and G.O. Humphreys had the Butte hill, the richest hill on earth, entirely to themselves when they located their first quartz claims there in 1864. More Info

8. The Pryor Mountains

 Bridger, Red Lodge Area
Location: At Bridger Rest Area on U.S. 310 The Pryor Mountains to the east cover roughly 300,000 acres. Once entirely Crow Indian territory, now only the north end of the range is on the Crow Reservation. More Info

9. Park City

 Park City, Red Lodge Area
The town of Park City is located about seven miles east of here. In 1882, a colony from Ripon, Wisconsin, making the trip in the prairie schooners, settled in this region. More Info

10. The Place Where the White Horse Went Down - Historical Marker

 Billings Heights, Billings Area
In 1837-38 a smallpox epidemic spread from the American Fur Trading Company steamboat St. Peter which had docked at Fort Union. The terrible disease for which the Indians had no immunity eventually affected all Montana tribes. More Info

11. Southeastern Montana - Historical Marker

 Broadus, Southeast Montana
The first white man to enter Montana was Pierre de La Verendrye, a French explorer, who arrived in this corner of the state on New Year’s Day, 1743. More Info

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