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Montana Historical Society to Participate in National Museum Assessment Program
The Montana Historical Society is undertaking a review to discover more meaningful ways to engage visitors at the new Montana Heritage Center, which currently is under construction in Helena. In particular, MHS wants to identify new ways to better engage American Indian visitors,...
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...

A $50,000 grant from a national organization will help the Montana Historical Society produce a short documentary on historic African American experiences in Montana.

Summer 2020 Edition – From Geysers to Highballs

Settlers’ love of Shakespeare, the clash of Artic grayling and bull trout management, and Black explorers in Yellowstone are a few of the fascinating topics included in the Summer 2020 issue of Montana The Magazine of Western History.

MONTANA – The Montana Historical Society and Department of Administration, with support from the Heritage Center Building Committee, will hold two virtual meetings July 7, 2020 at noon and 7:30 p.m., to allow Montana Tribal members the opportunity to provide feedback and input into the...
Kruckenberg Tapped to Lead Montana Historical Society

The Montana Historical Society is making history itself by appointing Molly Kruckenberg to be its first woman director in 155 years. Kruckenberg will take the reins from Director Bruce Whittenberg on Oct. 1, when he steps back from full-time duties.

Take a Virtual Beer Tour through MHS Website

Montanans may be quarantined at home, but we can still explore the history of the Montana beer industry through a new interactive web map by the Montana Historical Society.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020/Categories: Montana Historical Society/Tags: Montana Historical Society, Montana News
Helena, MT – The public is invited to attend Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch, a free presentation by Montana Historical Society (MHS) Interpretive Historian Christine Brown on Saturday, March 14 at 1:30 p.m. The presentation is in the MHS auditorium at 225 No. Roberts, Helena
The Montana Historical Society (MHS) is now accepting applications for the Centennial Farm and Ranch program.
Wednesday, February 5, 2020/Categories: Montana Historical Society/Tags: Montana Historical Society, Montana News, History
Superintendent Arntzen Announces Legislative School Safety Summit
HELENA—State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen announced Friday that the Office of Public Instruction will be hosting a school safety summit on the opening day of the 2019 Legislative Session. The event will be in the Capitol Building and will feature a panel of district administrators and law...
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