Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History
You're most welcome to sit a spell and thumb through our extensive collections of photographs and local history books of Central Montana’s communities or view educational media in electronic format. A variety of books, memorabilia, musical CDs, videos and locally made products are for sale in the store area located near the front door.
Children's, Culture, Library, Natural History, Science
CommunityWorks builds community, seeking new solutions to old problems and collaborating for strength. CommunityWorks fosters a healthy, peaceful, vibrant community grounded in educational excellence, authenticity and richness of relationships, respect and celebration of diversity.
History, Natural History, Science
West Glacier, Montana
Also known as the Glacier Association, the Glacier Natural History Association (GNHA) has been a park supporter for more than 60 years, providing vital funds for Glacier National Park’s educational, scientific and interpretive program needs. In order to fulfill this role, GNHA relies on annual membership fees and revenue generated from sales in their bookstore, online and in various Glacier National Park visitor centers and ranger stations.
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Natural History
The H. Earl Clack Museum covers Hill County history from the age of dinosaurs through the present. Native American displays along with those of the US Cavalry give way to early settlers, cowboys and rodeo stars who all were part of Havre's colorful history.
Children's, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized
Swan Ecosystem Center (SEC) is a nonprofit community group in the Swan Valley of northwestern Montana. People with diverse perspectives learn about the watershed and are involved in land management on public and private land. SEC helps people work together to sustain the valley's natural resources and rural and wild characteristics.
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The upper Swan Valley area is unique in that it still retains a plethora of evidence of its varied history. There still exist old Indian trails crisscrossing our mountains. Old trapper cabins and marten notched trees are still around on the landscape. This area was homesteaded and settled at a relatively late date, primarily from the mid-1910's and later, with many artifacts and buildings of that particular era still in existence.