Montana Mainstreets, Volume 7: A Guide to Historic Bozeman

By Jim Jenks. Softcover, 171 pages, 14 maps, 82 illus.
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Founded in the 1860s on an important emigrant route to the territory's gold camps, Bozeman, Montana, grew rapidly from frontier farming settlement into a bustling center of commerce. The arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1883 and the establishment of the Montana State College twenty years later secured the town's bright future. As Bozeman prospered, substantial buildings of brick and stone grew up along its Main Street and in its newly platted neighborhoods. Today the town's historic center, substantial public buildings, and charming homes remain a vibrant part of the community.

Softcover, 171 pages, 14 maps, 82 illus.

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