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The Montana Historical Society is located in Helena, Montana, across from the State Capitol, at 225 North Roberts Street. The Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 9-5; Thursday evenings until 8. The Research Center is open Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. except Holiday weekends.

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This is a project of the Montana Historical Society. You can learn more about the Society’s programs and free educator resources, submit research requests, subscribe to our journal, or become a member by visiting our website.

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  1. Greetings, When I realized 2014 was the 100th anniversary of our right as women to vote I felt I must also contribute, remind, educate on this years ride. I am a long rider, (and equestrian travel.) Information regarding my rides will be found on my website. I am including in my talks this year stories of women who have influenced my life AND also reminding people of this very important anniversary. I leave the first of April, heading for Maine and will take 5 or 6 weeks to cross Montana. If there is anything I can do to help besides speaking out as I do, Please, I would so love to be included in on the celebration. As a “lady Long Rider” I have a close affinity to those women whose shoulders I stand on, who have helped paved the roads I travel on, making it possible for me to do what I do.
    Sincerely, Bernice Ende

  2. Hello, I am a British music historian, specialising in books and articles about the mandolin and guitar (published in the UK and US by Oxford University Press).

    In recent years, much of my published work has focused on the largely forgotten era of women’s mandolin and guitar bands in the UK (and US), between the mid-1880s and WW1. In this regard, I was interested to see an image on your web page dated APRIL 3, 2014 BY WHM “Champions: The Girls of Fort Shaw” of an all-woman mandolin club. Do you have any more information about this photograph, particularly a precise date? Any further details would be of great interest to me. Thanks.

  3. Hello, I read with interest ‘There’s No Place like Home: The Role of the Montana State Orphanage’. For years I have been trying to track down my adopted grandfather’s birth family. He was born in 1904; I believe his birth name was Leon Bromley. Do you happen to know if there are birth records of the souls who may have been residents during that time? Sorry, I know it is a long shot, but doesn’t hurt to ask. Have a great holiday, and thank you in advance.

  4. Hi I am interested in information about the Metis Laframboise Dumont women who spent time in Montana in the mid 1800’s , if anyone can point me in the right direction or has information to share I would appreciate hearing it. Also about Basile Laurence’s wife Agathe Bousquet

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