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    • Gold Mining in Central Montana.

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    • Cumberland Mill looking down Spotted Horse Gulch (the switch back road leading into Maiden Canyon is here.)
    • Glen Morton constructing his homestead

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    • Glen Morton worked at the Warm Springs Power Plant which supplied electricity to the Kendall Mines in the Moccasin Mountains in Montana.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Dockery House, 1105 W. Main. It was built in 1912 for Jefferson Albert (J.H.) Akins and his wife, Louise Cresap Akins. J.H. Akins owned the Golden Rule store. The Akins moved to Montana from Missouri in 1896 or ’97, first to Deer Lodge, then to...
    • Bank of Fergus County, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Bank of Fergus County (built in 1904) located at 223 W. Main. It was used by the bank until they moved across Main Street to 224 W. Main in 1917.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Dr. Arter W. Deal residence 415 W. Boulevard. This house was originally from Fort Maginnis which existed from 1880-1890.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • 707 W. Boulevard. Originally owned by John Bright as his carriage house and stables. Built in 1902.
    • Lewistown, Montana

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    • The Mint Bar located on the southeast corner of Main Street and 4th Avenue South. Next to the Mint is a small "Land" office and the "Bootery". A "Fern Studio" sign is painted on the upper side of the next building. Behind the Mint on 4th Avenue...
    • Traveling photographer out on the prairie

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    • Photographer under his tent with his photography equipment and chuckwagon nearby. He also has a cooking stove and table with cooking utensils. A wooden box on the ground is labeled: G. Cramer Dry Plate Co., St. Louis, Missouri.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Left is the May Apartments at 803 W. Main built in 1902 by John Laux, Austin W. Warr home (center) at 812 W. Main and Charles Lehman home (right) built in 1900 at 802 W. Main.
    • Moore, Montana baseball team

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    • Front row: Walt Fitzwater (second from left) and Clark Combs (far right); second row second from left H. C. Redman, Sam Tilzey, Al Fleming and David Vogel; Standing in back are Andy Mathews (left) and Frank Wolf; Miller Mathews child sitting in...
    • Lewistown, Montana

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    • View from the top of Main Street hill. The Dockery house is on the right side.
    • Glen Morton

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    • Glen Morton at the dooway of the Warm Springs Power Plant where he worked. The Power Plant supplied electricity to the Kendall Mines.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Blackford residence 713 W. Main. It was built in 1909. Mr. William M. Blackford was an attorney.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • David Hilger's home at 706 W. Boulevard. This house was originally built at Fort Maginnis which existed 1880-1890. The house was dismantled and moved to this site in Lewistown.
    • Burke Railroad Construction

    • 1913
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    • Daniel “Pickhandle” Burke construction crew building the new Milwaukee Railroad extension from Lewistown to Hilger in summer of 1913.
    • Morton, Glen

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    • Glen Morton was born at Hopeville, Iowa, in 1888. In 1909 Morton arrived in Lewistown on the old Jawbone Railroad. The next day he climbed aboard a Nelson Stage Coach bound for Kendall where he got a job at T. R. Matlock's general store. The...
    • Burke Railroad Construction

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    • Daniel “Pickhandle” Burke construction crew building the new Milwaukee Railroad extension from Lewistown to Hilger.
    • Lewistown Drug Store, Lewistown, Montana

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    • The Lewistown Drug Store (built 1885) was located on the corner of Main Street and 4th Ave North. It also served as the stage stop for the Lewistown-Kendall stagecoach. It was later called the Phillips Drug Store.
    • Court House, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Image shows the Fergus County Court House area and the Carnegie Library across the street on the corner of Main Street and 7th Ave. South.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • J. T. Wunderlin home at 222 W. Washington. It was built in 1905. The original owner was Edmund Wright.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • This was the residence of T.T. Taylor who was a banker. It was built in 1919 at 215 W. Boulevard. It is part of the Silk Stocking District.
    • Lehman Co, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Charles Lehman Co, located on the corner of Main Street and 5th Avenue North. It was built in 1892-1893
    • Presbyterian Church, Lewistown, Montana

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    • The second Prebyterian Church (built 1912) was located on the corner of Watson and and 5th Avenue South. The Hoffman House apartments are on the right side of the church. A "Rex Flour" sign is on a building to the left.
    • Gilt Edge, Montana

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    • Located northeast of Lewistown, Montana on Ford’s Creek. It was an early gold mining camp and had a post office in 1894. The mine closed down in 1912.
    • Lewistown, Montana view from the southeast.

    • 1989
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    • View of area where Big Casino Creek joins with Spring Creek near Ash Street, Lewistown, Montana. This is the area where the first trading post was constructed by Peter Koch in 1873 when it was thought that the area would be set aside for the Crow...
    • Reed and Bowles Trading Post, Lewistown, Montana

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    • View of Reed and Bowles Trading Post (built 1874) located on lower Spring Creek at the end of Joyland Road by Alonzo Reed and John Bowles. The logs for the building were taken from the dismantled Fort Sherman Trading Post that was located between...
    • Power Mercantile Building, Lewistown, Montana

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    • The second Power Mercantile building (built 1884) was located at 301 W. Main, Lewistown, MT. Signs on the building read "Power Mercantile Co. Dealer in General Merchandise." "Groceries, Clothing and Dry Goods" "Furniture, Boots and Shoes and Men's...
    • Gilt Edge, Montana

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    • Bird's eye view of the town. Located northeast of Lewistown, Montana on Ford’s Creek. It was an early gold mining camp and had a post office in 1894. The mine closed down in 1912.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Rowley Home on the corner of Main Street and 8th Avenue South. The Blackford home is next to it. The Carnegie Library vaguely shows next the to Blackford home.
    • U. S. Gypsum plant at Heath, Montana

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    • U. S. Gypsum plant at Heath, Montana was located 10 miles southeast of Lewistown, Montana. The land was purchased in 1916. Construction began in 1921.
    • Presbyterian Church, Lewistown, Montana

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    • The first Prebyterian Church (built 1893 torn down 1952) was located on the corner of Janeaux and 5th Avenue South. A new Presbyterian Church was built on the corner of 5th Avenue South and Watson Street in 1912.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Wiedeman home at 204 W. Boulevard. It was built in 1905 and later changed to brick in 1915. Mr. Wiedeman started a local brick yard in 1911.
    • Utica, Montana

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    • The town of Utica started in 1880 due to the discovery of gold in nearby Yogo Gulch and the establishment of a stage route from Fort Benton to Helena, which stopped there. Later Utica served as a stop on a Great Falls-Billings stagecoach line....
    • Ubet, Montana

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    • Ubet was settled by John Barrows in 1880 as a stop along the stage route.
    • Ubet, Montana

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    • Ubet was settled by John Barrows in 1880 as a stop along the stage route.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Homes on the 200 block of Boulevard Street (north side). In the center is the Fred Warren residence (built 1915) right is the George J. Wiedeman residence (built in 1905). They are part of the Silk Stocking District.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • Home next to the Pine Crest Apartments (right). The Pine Crest Apartments (614 W. Pine) used to be the Brice Hospital owned by Dr. J. Theo Brice in 1919.
    • Reedsfort, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Photo of Reedsfort Post Office (built 1881 by Major Alonzo Reed) which became part of the city of Lewistown, Montana. It is located on the intersection of Brassey Street and Shields Street. A sign above the door reads "Lewistown 1880".
    • Power Mercantile Co., Lewistown, Montana

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    • Located at 302 W. Main and was built in 1901 by the Power Mercantile Co. The Power Mercantile Co. was started by T.C. Power when he bought out Francis Janeaux's Trading Post in 1883. This was the 3rd building called Power Mercantile.
    • Ubet, Montana

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    • Ubet was settled by John Barrows in 1880 as a stop along the stage route.
    • Homes of Lewistown, Montana

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    • 720 W. Broadway. Original owner was Martha Wunderlin. It was later owned by Tom Stout (newspaper editor). It was built in 1909.
    • Lewistown, Montana

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    • U.S. Mail car (Essex) parked in front of the Stapleton Block (built 1916) at 414 W. Broadway. Judith Motor Company is occuping the building.
    • Reedsfort Post Office, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1931
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    • Dedication of the monument (September 17, 1931) for Reeds Fort Post Office with a group of men and women in front of the building. A large boulder has the dedication plaque attached to it.
    • Gold Mining in Central Montana

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    • Group touring the large natural caves in the New Year mine.The New Year mine is on the north side of the range west of Maiden. Several claims were located in New Year gulch in the early 1880's.
    • Lincoln, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Lincoln School was built in 1889 and located 216 6th Avenue South. It was replaced by a new school in 1912.
    • Lewistown Dairy Wagon, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Lewistown Dairy wagon. Beat John Kuhne was born on January 10, 1882, in Benken, St. Gallen, Switzerland. He immigrated to Montana in 1906 at the age of 24. He came to the Lewistown area at the urging of the former Joe King and worked as a hand for...
    • Paving Main Street, Lewistown, Montana.

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    • Construction of the Bank Electric building, 505 W. Main Street (right). The Lewistown State Bank aross the street is also being constructed.
    • Lewistown Grocery Truck, Lewistown, Montana

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    • Lewistown Grocery Company truck is parked in a field with a man sitting at the wheel. The first high school and gymnasium can be seen through the back of the truck.
    • Fort Maginnis, Montana

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    • Fort Maginnis in the distance with the Judith Mountains in the background. The fort existed 1880-1890.
    • Children in school yard, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1888
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    • Lewistown Main Street. The first school house is on the right side with school children in yard next to the school. A fence surrounds the school and yard. Main Street is in front of the school. Judith Mountains are in the background.

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