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     Welcome to the Huntley Project Museum.  We want to thank you for visiting our website and hope that it will encourage you to come and visit us in person.

  • 770 Railroad Hwy Huntley, Montana 59037
  • Hours of Operation Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm
  • 406-348-2533

Sidesaddles and Geysers: Women’s Adventures in Early Yellowstone

Exciting stories of women in early Yellowstone Park

Emma Cowan’s story about being captured by Indians

Carrie Strahorn’s story about when she was caught in a snow storm in Yellowstone Park’s Grand Canyon

Plus many more exciting stories and pictures!

Stories told by Mark Miller

$5 per person

Friday September, 26

7:00 PM

Call to reserve a seat!

 

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family-tree-imageDo you know your great grandparents?  What about your ancestors and where they came from?  The Huntley Project Museum will be hosting a genealogy class/workshop on October 4th from 9-4. The class will be taught by members of the Yellowstone Genealogy Forum. Classes will include “how-to’s” on researching your family history. Cost is $20.00 per person for this all day event. Please bring a sack lunch for the noon “question and answer” session. To register, please contact the museum at 406-348-2533 Huntley Project Museum 770 Rail Road Hwy Huntley, Montana For more information, call: Neal Gunnels @ 406-647-3808 or Sydney Gabel @ 406-348-3162.

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* The Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture tells the unique story of homesteaders who transformed this valley from prairie to farmland. Under the Reclamation Act of 1904, the Huntley Irrigation Project was one of the earliest and most successful. The museum offers a 7000 square foot building with displays relating to farming, ranching, and homesteading during the early 20th century. Also, take the time to enjoy our developing town and homestead sites. With the help of a grant in 2012 the museum now offers a walk back in time. Visit a schoolhouse, tar paper shack, early 1900s log cabin, 1910 homestead house, carpenters shed, milking barn, doctor’s office, and bank. The museum strives to maintain and preserve the unique history of the Huntley Project; we hope to see you soon!

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