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MONTANA – Construction is set to begin on the Montana Heritage Center project. The block of 6th Avenue between North Roberts Street and North Sanders Street will permanently close on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 so that construction work can begin. This street closure will allow Sletten...
Montana State Historic Preservation Office Awarding Eight Preservation Grants

The Montana Historical Society’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is awarding eight grants totaling more than $430,000 through its Revitalizing Montana’s Rural Heritage (RMRH) grant program.

Liberty County Bridge Nominated for National Register

Liberty County’s Pugsley’s Bridge, which is Montana’s only cable-stayed suspension bridge, is nominated for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Monarch Depot Area Nominated for Historic District Designation

Monarch’s wine-red Great Northern Railway Depot and two additional nearby structures are being recommended for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district.

MHS Releases Free Digital Magazine on African Americans
Montana The Magazine of Western History’s first digital issue – African Americans in Montana and the West – is now available online for free. It can be viewed at https://mhs.mt.gov/pubs/MMWHDigitalIssueSum2020
Comedian Red Skelton on stars’ political activism, Psychologist Joyce Brothers on being called a “women’s libber” and TV announcer Ed McMahon on preparing for performing are just a couple tidbits included in the Montana Historical Society’s newest offerings on its...
MONTANA – The Department of Administration today announced the selection of a contractor for the new Montana Heritage Center. Proposals for construction were received in May and Sletten Construction of Great Falls was successfully awarded the construction contract. Six Montana...

The Montana Historical Society (MHS) is pleased to introduce Historic Montana (HistoricMT.org), our expanded and redesigned website, mobile app, and iPad exhibit.

Be Kind and Unwind during the Free MHS Leap of Kindness Celebration

Experience Montana history for free February 28-29 as the Montana Historical Society waives its admission fee during the two-day Leap of Kindness celebration.

The new Montana Heritage Center will be located at the Capitol Complex on existing state-owned property. “Montanans deserve a space that thoroughly exhibits our rich history and affords future generations the opportunity to learn what makes our state such a unique, captivating and...
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