National Register of Historic Places listings in Montana

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This is a list of properties and historic districts in Montana that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The state's 1,123 listings are distributed across 55 of its 56 counties.

The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 4, 2014.[2]

Current listings by county[edit]

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county.[3]

Yucca Theatre, in Treasure County
County # of Sites
1 Beaverhead 19
2 Big Horn 39
3 Blaine 6
4 Broadwater 7
5 Carbon 62
6 Carter 0
7 Cascade 43
8 Chouteau 22
9 Custer 18
10 Daniels 3
11 Dawson 13
12 Deer Lodge 33
13 Fallon 3
14 Fergus 39
15 Flathead 143
16 Gallatin 104
17 Garfield 1
18 Glacier 33
19 Golden Valley 5
20 Granite 11
21 Hill 9
22 Jefferson 7
23 Judith Basin 3
24 Lake 10
25 Lewis and Clark 67
26 Liberty 2
27 Lincoln 7
28 Madison 17
29 McCone 2
30 Meagher 6
31 Mineral 16
32 Missoula 81
33 Musselshell 2
34 Park 26
35 Petroleum 2
36 Phillips 5
37 Pondera 4
38 Powder River 2
39 Powell 16
40 Prairie 3
41 Ravalli 84
42 Richland 2
43 Roosevelt 4
44 Rosebud 21
45 Sanders 21
46 Sheridan 7
47 Silver Bow 17
48 Stillwater 11
49 Sweet Grass 8
50 Teton 1
51 Toole 7
52 Treasure 3
53 Valley 13
54 Wheatland 2
55 Wibaux 4
56 Yellowstone 34
(less duplicates) (7)[4]
TOTAL 1,123

Beaverhead County[edit]

Big Horn County[edit]

Blaine County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Chief Joseph Battleground of the Bear's Paw
Chief Joseph Battleground of the Bear's Paw
October 6, 1970
(#70000355)
About 15 miles south of Chinook, T30NR19E, Sections 1 and 12
48°22′39″N 109°12′26″W / 48.3775°N 109.207222°W / 48.3775; -109.207222 (Chief Joseph Battleground of the Bear's Paw)
Chinook
2 Dave's Texaco
Dave's Texaco
August 16, 1994
(#94000862)
237 Pennsylvania St.
48°35′35″N 109°13′54″W / 48.593056°N 109.231667°W / 48.593056; -109.231667 (Dave's Texaco)
Chinook
3 Lodgepole Community Hall
February 24, 2000
(#00000148)
Fort Belknap Indian Community
48°02′04″N 108°31′57″W / 48.034444°N 108.5325°W / 48.034444; -108.5325 (Lodgepole Community Hall)
Lodgepole
4 Lohman Block
Lohman Block
March 19, 1980
(#80002399)
239-225 Indiana St.
48°35′35″N 109°13′49″W / 48.593056°N 109.230278°W / 48.593056; -109.230278 (Lohman Block)
Chinook
5 Anna Scherlie Homestead Shack
November 5, 1998
(#98001338)
Montana Highway 241, south of the Canadian border
48°51′01″N 108°23′26″W / 48.850278°N 108.390556°W / 48.850278; -108.390556 (Anna Scherlie Homestead Shack)
Turner
6 Young Brothers Chevrolet Garage
August 16, 1994
(#94000867)
201 Pennsylvania St.
48°35′38″N 109°13′54″W / 48.593889°N 109.231667°W / 48.593889; -109.231667 (Young Brothers Chevrolet Garage)
Chinook

Broadwater County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Crow Creek Water Ditch
March 29, 2001
(#01000323)
Helena National Forest-Headwaters Resource Area
46°19′49″N 111°41′04″W / 46.330278°N 111.684444°W / 46.330278; -111.684444 (Crow Creek Water Ditch)
Townsend
2 Eagle Guard Station
September 20, 2001
(#01001014)
11 miles west of Townsend
46°19′15″N 111°42′26″W / 46.320833°N 111.707222°W / 46.320833; -111.707222 (Eagle Guard Station)
Townsend
3 McCormick's Livery and Feed Stable Sign
July 8, 1981
(#81000339)
West of Townsend
46°19′06″N 111°37′43″W / 46.318333°N 111.628611°W / 46.318333; -111.628611 (McCormick's Livery and Feed Stable Sign)
Townsend
4 Rankin Ranch
May 11, 1976
(#76001119)
2½ miles northeast of the Helena-Diamond City Rd.
46°37′46″N 111°34′07″W / 46.629444°N 111.568611°W / 46.629444; -111.568611 (Rankin Ranch)
Avalanche Gulch
5 St. Joseph's Catholic Mission Church
November 5, 1998
(#98001339)
3497 Montana Highway 284
46°24′32″N 111°26′55″W / 46.408889°N 111.448611°W / 46.408889; -111.448611 (St. Joseph's Catholic Mission Church)
Townsend
6 State Bank of Townsend
State Bank of Townsend
January 13, 1992
(#91001941)
400 Broadway
46°19′12″N 111°31′51″W / 46.32°N 111.530833°W / 46.32; -111.530833 (State Bank of Townsend)
Townsend
7 Toston Bridge
Toston Bridge
July 20, 2005
(#05000720)
Spanning the Missouri River, on an abandoned segment of old U.S. Route 287, at Toston
46°10′19″N 111°26′34″W / 46.171944°N 111.442778°W / 46.171944; -111.442778 (Toston Bridge)
Toston

Carbon County[edit]

Carter County[edit]

There are no sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Carter County.

Cascade County[edit]

Chouteau County[edit]

Custer County[edit]

Daniels County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Daniels County Courthouse
Daniels County Courthouse
May 4, 1995
(#95000535)
213 Main St.
48°47′27″N 105°25′12″W / 48.790833°N 105.42°W / 48.790833; -105.42 (Daniels County Courthouse)
Scobey
2 Mansfield A. Daniels House
June 4, 1997
(#97000503)
Approximately 2 miles west of Montana Highway 13 and 2 miles southwest of Scobey
48°46′23″N 105°27′51″W / 48.773056°N 105.464167°W / 48.773056; -105.464167 (Mansfield A. Daniels House)
Scobey
3 LaPierre Barn
April 11, 2005
(#05000279)
Approximately 3.5 miles northwest of Scobey on Tande Ranch Rd.
48°50′41″N 105°28′42″W / 48.844722°N 105.478333°W / 48.844722; -105.478333 (LaPierre Barn)
Scobey

Dawson County[edit]

Deer Lodge County[edit]

Fallon County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Baker Hotel
January 5, 2005
(#04001435)
4 S. Main St.
46°22′07″N 104°16′28″W / 46.368611°N 104.274444°W / 46.368611; -104.274444 (Baker Hotel)
Baker
2 Cottonwood Creek Bridge
March 14, 2014
(#14000079)
Mi. 2.2 Ismay Rd.
46°27′24″N 104°47′19″W / 46.456637°N 104.788596°W / 46.456637; -104.788596 (Cottonwood Creek Bridge)
Ismay
3 Fallon County Jail
July 31, 1998
(#98000946)
723 S. Main St.
46°21′37″N 104°16′31″W / 46.360278°N 104.275278°W / 46.360278; -104.275278 (Fallon County Jail)
Baker

Fergus County[edit]

Flathead County[edit]

Gallatin County[edit]

Garfield County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Hornaday Camp
March 26, 1991
(#91000298)
10 miles south of Montana Highway 200
46°58′11″N 107°23′58″W / 46.969722°N 107.399444°W / 46.969722; -107.399444 (Hornaday Camp)
Sand Springs

Glacier County[edit]

Golden Valley County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Adams Hotel
Adams Hotel
December 6, 2005
(#05001377)
1 Main St.
46°17′43″N 108°56′16″W / 46.295278°N 108.937778°W / 46.295278; -108.937778 (Adams Hotel)
Lavina
2 Grace Lutheran Church of Barber
February 1, 1982
(#82003171)
West of Ryegate
46°18′51″N 109°23′04″W / 46.314167°N 109.384444°W / 46.314167; -109.384444 (Grace Lutheran Church of Barber)
Ryegate
3 Lavina State Bank
Lavina State Bank
December 17, 2007
(#07001293)
101 Main St.
46°17′40″N 108°56′15″W / 46.294444°N 108.9375°W / 46.294444; -108.9375 (Lavina State Bank)
Lavina
4 Sims-Garfield Ranch
August 27, 1980
(#80002419)
East of Ryegate
Ryegate
5 Slayton Mercantile Co.
Slayton Mercantile Co.
December 28, 2000
(#00001567)
23 Main St.
46°17′47″N 108°56′17″W / 46.296389°N 108.938056°W / 46.296389; -108.938056 (Slayton Mercantile Co.)
Lavina

Granite County[edit]

Hill County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Carnegie Public Library
Carnegie Public Library
July 24, 1986
(#86001934)
447 4th Ave.
48°32′57″N 109°40′35″W / 48.549167°N 109.676389°W / 48.549167; -109.676389 (Carnegie Public Library)
Havre
2 H. Earl Clack House
H. Earl Clack House
October 24, 1985
(#85003385)
532 2nd Ave.
48°32′54″N 109°40′48″W / 48.548333°N 109.680000°W / 48.548333; -109.680000 (H. Earl Clack House)
Havre
3 Fort Assinniboine
May 31, 1989
(#89000040)
County Route 82nd Ave. West, 0.5 miles southeast of U.S. Route 87
48°29′59″N 109°47′39″W / 48.499722°N 109.794167°W / 48.499722; -109.794167 (Fort Assinniboine)
Havre
4 Havre Residential Historic District
October 5, 1989
(#89001630)
Roughly bounded by 3rd St., 7th Ave., 11th St., 5th Ave., 10th St., 3rd Ave., 7th St., and 1st Ave.
48°32′48″N 109°40′38″W / 48.546667°N 109.677222°W / 48.546667; -109.677222 (Havre Residential Historic District)
Havre
5 Heltne Oil Company
August 16, 1994
(#94000865)
140 1st St.
48°33′14″N 109°40′44″W / 48.553889°N 109.678889°W / 48.553889; -109.678889 (Heltne Oil Company)
Havre
6 Kiwanis Meeting Hall
March 31, 2010
(#10000133)
17863 Beaver Creek Rd.
48°25′12″N 109°42′49″W / 48.420083°N 109.713514°W / 48.420083; -109.713514 (Kiwanis Meeting Hall)
Havre
7 Too Close For Comfort Site (24HL101)
December 30, 1974
(#74001098)
Behind the Wahkpa Chu'gn Meat Market on U.S. Route 2[7]
48°33′40″N 109°42′55″W / 48.561111°N 109.715278°W / 48.561111; -109.715278 (Too Close For Comfort Site (24HL101))
Havre
8 US Post Office and Courthouse-Havre Main
US Post Office and Courthouse-Havre Main
March 14, 1986
(#86000682)
306 3rd Ave.
48°33′05″N 109°40′42″W / 48.551389°N 109.678333°W / 48.551389; -109.678333 (US Post Office and Courthouse-Havre Main)
Havre
9 Young-Almas House
October 14, 1980
(#80002421)
419 4th Ave.
48°32′59″N 109°40′35″W / 48.549722°N 109.676389°W / 48.549722; -109.676389 (Young-Almas House)
Havre

Jefferson County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Boulder Hot Springs Hotel
Boulder Hot Springs Hotel
January 12, 1979
(#79001403)
Southeast of Boulder on Montana Highway 281
46°12′02″N 112°05′33″W / 46.200556°N 112.0925°W / 46.200556; -112.0925 (Boulder Hot Springs Hotel)
Boulder
2 W.C. Child Ranch
W.C. Child Ranch
November 23, 1977
(#77000819)
South of East Helena on Montana Highway 518
46°34′05″N 111°54′42″W / 46.568056°N 111.911667°W / 46.568056; -111.911667 (W.C. Child Ranch)
East Helena
3 Fraternity Hall
Fraternity Hall
April 3, 1975
(#75001084)
Main St.
46°16′30″N 111°56′44″W / 46.275°N 111.945556°W / 46.275; -111.945556 (Fraternity Hall)
Elkhorn
4 Jefferson County Courthouse
Jefferson County Courthouse
August 6, 1980
(#80002422)
200 Centennial Ave.
46°14′09″N 112°07′16″W / 46.235833°N 112.121111°W / 46.235833; -112.121111 (Jefferson County Courthouse)
Boulder
5 MacHaffie Site (24JF4)
April 3, 1986
(#86000619)
Address Restricted
Montana City
6 Modern Hotel
December 22, 2011
(#11000951)
Legion Ave. & Main St.
45°52′11″N 112°05′58″W / 45.869758°N 112.099339°W / 45.869758; -112.099339 (Modern Hotel)
Whitehall
7 Montana Deaf and Dumb Asylum
Montana Deaf and Dumb Asylum
May 10, 1985
(#85000994)
Off Montana Highway 281
46°13′52″N 112°08′24″W / 46.231111°N 112.14°W / 46.231111; -112.14 (Montana Deaf and Dumb Asylum)
Boulder

Judith Basin County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Judith River Ranger Station
Judith River Ranger Station
April 10, 1992
(#92000333)
Along the Middle Fork of the Judith River, southwest of Utica in Lewis and Clark National Forest
46°50′51″N 110°17′25″W / 46.8475°N 110.290278°W / 46.8475; -110.290278 (Judith River Ranger Station)
Utica
2 Meadowbrook Stock Farm
January 13, 1992
(#91001938)
U.S. Route 87
47°01′35″N 109°50′57″W / 47.026389°N 109.849167°W / 47.026389; -109.849167 (Meadowbrook Stock Farm)
Hobson
3 Wood Lawn Farm
January 27, 1993
(#92001762)
5 miles west of Hobson on Utica Road 239
46°59′17″N 109°58′36″W / 46.988056°N 109.976667°W / 46.988056; -109.976667 (Wood Lawn Farm)
Hobson

Lake County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Big Arm School
August 16, 2007
(#07000816)
7th and D Sts.
47°47′48″N 114°17′41″W / 47.796667°N 114.294722°W / 47.796667; -114.294722 (Big Arm School)
Big Arm
2 Dayton State Bank
October 3, 2012
(#12000829)
133 C St.
47°51′52″N 114°16′40″W / 47.864363°N 114.277794°W / 47.864363; -114.277794 (Dayton State Bank)
Dayton
3 Fort Connah Site
April 28, 1982
(#82003173)
U.S. Route 93
47°24′20″N 114°05′14″W / 47.405556°N 114.087222°W / 47.405556; -114.087222 (Fort Connah Site)
Post Creek
4 Kootenai Lodge Historic District
January 17, 1984
(#84002476)
Sunburst Dr.
48°01′16″N 113°58′33″W / 48.021111°N 113.975833°W / 48.021111; -113.975833 (Kootenai Lodge Historic District)
Bigfork
5 Frank Bird Linderman House
February 22, 1984
(#84002479)
Address Restricted
Lake
6 Don E. Olsson House and Garage
January 15, 2009
(#08001325)
503 4th Ave. SW.
47°31′29″N 114°06′11″W / 47.524634°N 114.103149°W / 47.524634; -114.103149 (Don E. Olsson House and Garage)
Ronan
7 Polson Feed Mill
April 29, 1980
(#80002423)
501 Main St.
47°41′28″N 114°09′44″W / 47.691111°N 114.162222°W / 47.691111; -114.162222 (Polson Feed Mill)
Polson
8 St. Ignatius Mission
St. Ignatius Mission
June 19, 1973
(#73001053)
About 0.1 miles (0.16 km) southeast of Montana Highway 93 in St. Ignatius
47°18′54″N 114°06′07″W / 47.315°N 114.101944°W / 47.315; -114.101944 (St. Ignatius Mission)
St. Ignatius
9 St. Joseph's Catholic Church
March 18, 1999
(#99000345)
D'Aste Townsite
47°23′07″N 114°11′47″W / 47.385278°N 114.196389°W / 47.385278; -114.196389 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church)
Moiese
10 Swan Lake Rock House Historic District
August 1, 1984
(#84002485)
Off Montana Highway 83
47°57′18″N 113°53′33″W / 47.955°N 113.8925°W / 47.955; -113.8925 (Swan Lake Rock House Historic District)
Swan Lake

Lewis and Clark County[edit]

Liberty County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 First Episcopal Methodist Church of Chester
August 29, 1997
(#97000974)
Junction of 2nd St. and Madison
48°30′39″N 110°57′44″W / 48.510833°N 110.962222°W / 48.510833; -110.962222 (First Episcopal Methodist Church of Chester)
Chester
2 First State Bank of Chester
First State Bank of Chester
August 29, 1997
(#97000975)
Junction of Washington Ave. and 1st St., E.
48°30′47″N 110°57′52″W / 48.513056°N 110.964444°W / 48.513056; -110.964444 (First State Bank of Chester)
Chester

Lincoln County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Ant Flat Ranger Station
Ant Flat Ranger Station
December 30, 1996
(#94001021)
United States Forest Service Road 36, 2 miles south of Fortine in the Kootenai National Forest
48°43′26″N 114°52′35″W / 48.723889°N 114.876389°W / 48.723889; -114.876389 (Ant Flat Ranger Station)
Fortine
2 The Coram Hotel
September 4, 2012
(#12000593)
302 California Ave.
48°23′36″N 115°33′08″W / 48.393251°N 115.552336°W / 48.393251; -115.552336 (The Coram Hotel)
Libby
3 Eureka Community Hall
October 18, 1985
(#85003236)
Cliff St.
48°52′46″N 116°02′00″W / 48.879444°N 116.033333°W / 48.879444; -116.033333 (Eureka Community Hall)
Eureka
4 Farmers and Merchants State Bank
Farmers and Merchants State Bank
August 31, 1995
(#95001062)
223 Dewey Ave.
48°52′50″N 115°03′08″W / 48.880556°N 115.052222°W / 48.880556; -115.052222 (Farmers and Merchants State Bank)
Eureka
5 Libby High School
August 20, 2008
(#08000823)
Southwestern corner of the junction of Mineral Ave. and E. Lincoln Boulevard
Libby
6 Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge
December 27, 2006
(#06001178)
Crossing the Kootenai River at Riverside Dr.
48°28′12″N 115°53′11″W / 48.47°N 115.886389°W / 48.47; -115.886389 (Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge)
Troy
7 Troy Jail
Troy Jail
December 27, 2006
(#06001179)
316 E. Yaak Ave.
48°27′47″N 115°53′21″W / 48.463056°N 115.889167°W / 48.463056; -115.889167 (Troy Jail)
Troy

Madison County[edit]

McCone County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Gladstone Hotel
August 28, 1980
(#80004592)
101 Main St.
Circle
2 Lewis and Clark Bridge
Lewis and Clark Bridge
November 24, 1997
(#97001451)
Montana Highway 13 over the Missouri River
48°04′02″N 105°32′06″W / 48.067222°N 105.535°W / 48.067222; -105.535 (Lewis and Clark Bridge)
Wolf Point Extends into Roosevelt County

Meagher County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Fort Logan and Blockhouse
Fort Logan and Blockhouse
October 6, 1970
(#70000360)
17 miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs
46°40′48″N 111°10′03″W / 46.68°N 111.1675°W / 46.68; -111.1675 (Fort Logan and Blockhouse)
White Sulphur Springs
2 Parberry Block East
April 22, 2009
(#09000237)
18–20 East Main Street
46°32′53″N 110°54′11″W / 46.548056°N 110.902917°W / 46.548056; -110.902917 (Parberry Block East)
White Sulphur Springs
3 Byron R. Sherman House
Byron R. Sherman House
September 15, 1977
(#77000820)
310 2nd Ave., NE.
46°33′03″N 110°54′00″W / 46.550833°N 110.9°W / 46.550833; -110.9 (Byron R. Sherman House)
White Sulphur Springs
4 Stockmen's Bank of Martinsdale
May 1, 2013
(#13000224)
9 Main St.
46°27′31″N 110°18′54″W / 46.458629°N 110.315095°W / 46.458629; -110.315095 (Stockmen's Bank of Martinsdale)
Martinsdale
5 Union League of America Hall
August 20, 1998
(#98001084)
Crawford St. at Central Ave., S.
46°32′42″N 110°54′08″W / 46.545°N 110.902222°W / 46.545; -110.902222 (Union League of America Hall)
White Sulphur Springs
6 Wellman Block
March 7, 1994
(#94000140)
206 E. Main St.
46°32′52″N 110°54′04″W / 46.547778°N 110.901111°W / 46.547778; -110.901111 (Wellman Block)
White Sulphur Springs

Mineral County[edit]

Missoula County[edit]

Musselshell County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Roundup Central School
Roundup Central School
December 6, 2007
(#07001243)
600 1st St., W.
46°26′50″N 108°32′37″W / 46.447222°N 108.543611°W / 46.447222; -108.543611 (Roundup Central School)
Roundup
2 St. Benedict's Catholic School
St. Benedict's Catholic School
July 21, 1988
(#88001120)
524 1st St., W.
46°26′47″N 108°32′33″W / 46.446389°N 108.5425°W / 46.446389; -108.5425 (St. Benedict's Catholic School)
Roundup

Park County[edit]

Petroleum County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Winnett Block
Winnett Block
October 8, 2009
(#09000815)
301 E. Main St.
Winnett
2 Winnett School
Winnett School
April 6, 1995
(#95000383)
Junction of Moulton Ave. and Rowley St.
47°00′07″N 108°21′12″W / 47.00206°N 108.35343°W / 47.00206; -108.35343 (Winnett School)
Winnett Possibly replaced by new building

Phillips County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 H. Earl Clack Service Station
H. Earl Clack Service Station
August 16, 1994
(#94000863)
Southern side of U.S. Route 2
48°27′23″N 107°20′37″W / 48.456389°N 107.343611°W / 48.456389; -107.343611 (H. Earl Clack Service Station)
Saco
2 Phillips County Carnegie Library
Phillips County Carnegie Library
August 27, 1980
(#80002428)
S. 1st St.
48°21′35″N 107°52′34″W / 48.359722°N 107.876111°W / 48.359722; -107.876111 (Phillips County Carnegie Library)
Malta
3 Fred Robinson Bridge
March 26, 2012
(#12000171)
Milepost 88, US 191, 51 miles (82 km) north of Lewistown
47°37′51″N 108°41′06″W / 47.630723°N 108.684937°W / 47.630723; -108.684937 (Fred Robinson Bridge)
Lewistown vicinity Montana's Steel Stringer and Steel Girder Bridges Multiple Property Submission; extends into Fergus County
4 Saco Mercantile
Saco Mercantile
December 8, 1997
(#97001452)
201 Taylor St.
48°27′22″N 107°20′30″W / 48.456111°N 107.341667°W / 48.456111; -107.341667 (Saco Mercantile)
Saco
5 Sleeping Buffalo Rock
Sleeping Buffalo Rock
May 17, 1996
(#96000548)
Junction of U.S. Route 2 and Montana Highway 243
48°28′10″N 107°32′56″W / 48.469444°N 107.548889°W / 48.469444; -107.548889 (Sleeping Buffalo Rock)
Saco

Pondera County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Conrad City Hall
Conrad City Hall
February 1, 1980
(#80002429)
15 4th Ave., SW.
48°10′10″N 111°56′49″W / 48.169444°N 111.946944°W / 48.169444; -111.946944 (Conrad City Hall)
Conrad
2 Froggie's Stopping Place on the Whoop-Up Trail
April 15, 1993
(#93000277)
Address Restricted
Conrad
3 Two Medicine Fight Site
October 6, 1970
(#70000361)
About 25 miles southeast of Browning
48°28′N 112°28′W / 48.46°N 112.46°W / 48.46; -112.46 (Two Medicine Fight Site)
Browning
4 Valier Public School
March 28, 1985
(#85000646)
820 3rd St.
48°18′16″N 112°15′21″W / 48.304444°N 112.255833°W / 48.304444; -112.255833 (Valier Public School)
Valier

Powder River County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Cheever-Cain Ranch
April 13, 2010
(#10000184)
8 Trails End Rd.
Volborg
2 Cross Ranch Headquarters
February 23, 1996
(#96000118)
East of Montana Highway 59, roughly 26 miles south of Broadus
45°05′44″N 105°19′10″W / 45.095556°N 105.319444°W / 45.095556; -105.319444 (Cross Ranch Headquarters)
Broadus

Powell County[edit]

Prairie County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Grandey Elementary School
November 16, 1978
(#78001689)
Off U.S. Route 10
46°47′29″N 105°18′30″W / 46.791389°N 105.308333°W / 46.791389; -105.308333 (Grandey Elementary School)
Terry
2 Powder River Bridge
January 4, 2010
(#09001186)
Milepost 6 on Interstate 94 (Old U.S. Route 10)
46°44′14″N 105°25′43″W / 46.737228°N 105.428603°W / 46.737228; -105.428603 (Powder River Bridge)
Terry
3 Yellowstone River Bridge
January 4, 2010
(#09001187)
Milepost 1 on Interstate 94 (Old U.S. Route 10)
46°51′20″N 105°06′59″W / 46.855564°N 105.116367°W / 46.855564; -105.116367 (Yellowstone River Bridge)
Fallon

Ravalli County[edit]

Richland County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Burgess Garage
December 30, 2004
(#04001434)
Corner of 3rd and Main
47°41′06″N 104°37′15″W / 47.685°N 104.620833°W / 47.685; -104.620833 (Burgess Garage)
Fox Lake
2 Peoples' Congregational Church
April 30, 1982
(#82003179)
203 2nd Ave., SW.
47°42′53″N 104°09′33″W / 47.714722°N 104.159167°W / 47.714722; -104.159167 (Peoples' Congregational Church)
Sidney

Roosevelt County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Fort Peck Agency
Fort Peck Agency
May 19, 1970
(#70000365)
In Poplar
48°06′51″N 105°11′36″W / 48.114167°N 105.193333°W / 48.114167; -105.193333 (Fort Peck Agency)
Poplar
2 Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000103)
West of Buford
47°59′58″N 104°02′13″W / 47.999444°N 104.036944°W / 47.999444; -104.036944 (Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site)
Buford
3 Hale's Filling Station and Grocery
August 16, 1994
(#94000864)
Lanark Townsite
48°08′34″N 104°21′26″W / 48.142778°N 104.357222°W / 48.142778; -104.357222 (Hale's Filling Station and Grocery)
Bainville
4 Lewis and Clark Bridge
Lewis and Clark Bridge
November 24, 1997
(#97001451)
Montana Highway 13 over the Missouri River
48°04′02″N 105°32′06″W / 48.067222°N 105.535°W / 48.067222; -105.535 (Lewis and Clark Bridge)
Wolf Point Extends into McCone County

Rosebud County[edit]

Sanders County[edit]

Sheridan County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Comertown Historic District
October 27, 1993
(#93001149)
Roughly the entire community of Comertown, west of Westby
48°53′49″N 104°15′00″W / 48.896944°N 104.25°W / 48.896944; -104.25 (Comertown Historic District)
Comertown
2 Aage and Kristine Larsen Homestead
October 27, 1993
(#93001146)
County Highway 516 north of Dagmar
48°37′46″N 104°11′14″W / 48.629444°N 104.187222°W / 48.629444; -104.187222 (Aage and Kristine Larsen Homestead)
Dagmar
3 Outlook Depot
October 27, 1993
(#93001144)
South of the western edge of Marr St., south of Block 10
48°53′08″N 104°46′37″W / 48.885556°N 104.776944°W / 48.885556; -104.776944 (Outlook Depot)
Outlook
4 Raymond Grain Elevators Historic District
October 27, 1993
(#93001148)
Unnamed county road east of Montana Highway 16, northeast of Raymond
48°52′43″N 104°34′39″W / 48.878611°N 104.5775°W / 48.878611; -104.5775 (Raymond Grain Elevators Historic District)
Raymond
5 Rocky Valley Lutheran Church
October 27, 1993
(#93001145)
Junction of Ueland St. and an unnamed county road
48°52′54″N 104°23′18″W / 48.881667°N 104.388333°W / 48.881667; -104.388333 (Rocky Valley Lutheran Church)
Dooley
6 Thornwood School
October 28, 1993
(#93001147)
Unnamed county road approximately 17 miles west of Reserve
48°36′06″N 104°47′55″W / 48.601667°N 104.798611°W / 48.601667; -104.798611 (Thornwood School)
Reserve
7 Tipi Hills
August 1, 1975
(#75001085)
Address Restricted
Medicine Lake

Silver Bow County[edit]

Stillwater County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 4K Ranch
February 14, 2002
(#02000049)
Fiddler Creek Rd.
45°22′48″N 109°41′45″W / 45.38°N 109.695833°W / 45.38; -109.695833 (4K Ranch)
Dean
2 Atlas Block
August 24, 2011
(#11000588)
523 & 528 E. Pike Ave.
45°38′13″N 109°15′11″W / 45.636944°N 109.253056°W / 45.636944; -109.253056 (Atlas Block)
Columbus
3 Halfway House
February 21, 2002
(#02000047)
3951 Montana Highway 78
45°34′08″N 109°19′57″W / 45.568889°N 109.3325°W / 45.568889; -109.3325 (Halfway House)
Columbus
4 Oliver H. Hovda House
Oliver H. Hovda House
August 16, 1984
(#84002506)
N. Woodward St.
45°31′19″N 109°26′23″W / 45.521944°N 109.439722°W / 45.521944; -109.439722 (Oliver H. Hovda House)
Absarokee
5 Michael Jacobs House
January 28, 1987
(#86003676)
4 W. 1st Ave., N.
45°38′24″N 109°15′33″W / 45.64°N 109.259167°W / 45.64; -109.259167 (Michael Jacobs House)
Columbus
6 Mountain View Cemetery
July 16, 1987
(#87001200)
U.S. Route 10 and Rapelje Rd.
45°38′31″N 109°16′22″W / 45.641944°N 109.272778°W / 45.641944; -109.272778 (Mountain View Cemetery)
Columbus
7 W.H. Norton House
October 25, 1982
(#82000597)
3rd Ave.
45°38′27″N 109°15′11″W / 45.640833°N 109.253056°W / 45.640833; -109.253056 (W.H. Norton House)
Columbus
8 Sandstone and Cobblestone Schools
Sandstone and Cobblestone Schools
January 15, 1987
(#86002949)
142 S. Woodard Ave.
45°30′37″N 109°26′45″W / 45.510278°N 109.445833°W / 45.510278; -109.445833 (Sandstone and Cobblestone Schools)
Absarokee
9 Stoltz House
April 16, 1991
(#91000422)
405 SW. 1st St.
45°37′45″N 108°54′44″W / 45.629167°N 108.912222°W / 45.629167; -108.912222 (Stoltz House)
Park City
10 Torgrimson Place
August 31, 2001
(#01000921)
W. Rosebud Rd.
45°23′39″N 109°32′52″W / 45.394167°N 109.547778°W / 45.394167; -109.547778 (Torgrimson Place)
Fishtail
11 United Methodist Episcopal Church
July 26, 2010
(#10000497)
Southeast corner of Clark St. and Second Ave.
45°37′50″N 108°54′54″W / 45.630556°N 108.915°W / 45.630556; -108.915 (United Methodist Episcopal Church)
Park City

Sweet Grass County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Big Timber Town Hall
February 13, 1998
(#98000125)
225 McLeod St.
45°50′02″N 109°57′11″W / 45.833889°N 109.953056°W / 45.833889; -109.953056 (Big Timber Town Hall)
Big Timber
2 Brannin Ranch
January 13, 1989
(#88003142)
West of Melville on Sweet Grass Creek
46°07′27″N 110°11′53″W / 46.124167°N 110.198056°W / 46.124167; -110.198056 (Brannin Ranch)
Melville
3 Carnegie Public Library
July 11, 2002
(#02000725)
314 McLeod St.
45°49′57″N 109°57′07″W / 45.8325°N 109.951944°W / 45.8325; -109.951944 (Carnegie Public Library)
Big Timber
4 Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel
September 19, 1985
(#85002424)
139 McLeod St.
45°50′04″N 109°57′14″W / 45.834444°N 109.953889°W / 45.834444; -109.953889 (Grand Hotel)
Big Timber
5 Waborn (Wabe) and Sarah E. Harrison Ranch House
August 28, 1998
(#98001111)
Roughly located at the confluence of the Sweet Grass Creek and the Yellowstone River
45°47′16″N 109°46′57″W / 45.787778°N 109.7825°W / 45.787778; -109.7825 (Waborn (Wabe) and Sarah E. Harrison Ranch House)
Greycliff
6 John Otto Spannring Family Farm
February 23, 1995
(#95000145)
7 miles east of Big Timber
45°48′50″N 109°50′48″W / 45.813889°N 109.846667°W / 45.813889; -109.846667 (John Otto Spannring Family Farm)
Big Timber
7 St. Mark's Episcopal Church
July 21, 1995
(#95000900)
W. 4th Ave.
45°49′53″N 109°57′12″W / 45.831389°N 109.953333°W / 45.831389; -109.953333 (St. Mark's Episcopal Church)
Big Timber
8 Yellowstone Crossing, Bozeman Trail
December 1, 1978
(#78003407)
Northeast of Springdale on U.S. Route 10
45°45′13″N 110°09′56″W / 45.753611°N 110.165556°W / 45.753611; -110.165556 (Yellowstone Crossing, Bozeman Trail)
Springdale part of the Bozeman Trail

Teton County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Teton County Courthouse
Teton County Courthouse
November 29, 2006
(#06001093)
1 Main Ave., S.
47°48′39″N 112°10′53″W / 47.810833°N 112.181389°W / 47.810833; -112.181389 (Teton County Courthouse)
Choteau

Toole County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Bethany Lutheran Church
December 14, 1993
(#93001375)
0.25 miles (0.40 km) south of Gus Blaze Rd.
48°41′37″N 111°38′41″W / 48.693611°N 111.644722°W / 48.693611; -111.644722 (Bethany Lutheran Church)
Oilmont
2 Kevin Depot
August 11, 1980
(#80002433)
Central Ave. and 1st St.
48°44′45″N 111°58′04″W / 48.745719°N 111.96766°W / 48.745719; -111.96766 (Kevin Depot)
Kevin
3 Marias River Bridge
March 26, 2012
(#12000173)
Mile 6, Marias Valley Rd.
48°25′38″N 111°53′26″W / 48.427307°N 111.890624°W / 48.427307; -111.890624 (Marias River Bridge)
Shelby vicinity part of the Montana's Steel Stringer and Steel Girder Bridges Multiple Property Submission
4 Rainbow Conoco
Rainbow Conoco
August 16, 1994
(#94000866)
400 Main St.
48°30′23″N 111°51′31″W / 48.506389°N 111.858611°W / 48.506389; -111.858611 (Rainbow Conoco)
Shelby
5 Rocky Springs Segment of the Whoop-Up Trail
April 15, 1993
(#93000278)
Address Restricted
Kevin
6 Shelby Town Hall
February 14, 2006
(#06000040)
100 Montana Ave.
48°30′16″N 111°51′15″W / 48.504444°N 111.854167°W / 48.504444; -111.854167 (Shelby Town Hall)
Shelby
7 US Customs Building
February 28, 1991
(#91000152)
Interstate 15 just south of the Canadian border
48°59′54″N 111°57′31″W / 48.998333°N 111.958611°W / 48.998333; -111.958611 (US Customs Building)
SweetGrass

Treasure County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Big Horn River Bridge
January 4, 2010
(#09001188)
Milepost 2 on Montana Highway 104 (Old U.S. Route 10)
46°08′50″N 107°28′03″W / 46.147331°N 107.467608°W / 46.147331; -107.467608 (Big Horn River Bridge)
Custer
2 Sanders Gymnasium and Community Hall
August 29, 1997
(#97000976)
Old Montana Highway 10, 6 miles east of Hysham
46°17′25″N 107°06′06″W / 46.290278°N 107.101667°W / 46.290278; -107.101667 (Sanders Gymnasium and Community Hall)
Sanders
3 Yucca Theatre
Yucca Theatre
January 7, 1994
(#93001447)
520 Division St.
46°17′34″N 107°14′00″W / 46.292778°N 107.233333°W / 46.292778; -107.233333 (Yucca Theatre)
Hysham

Valley County[edit]

Wheatland County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 Graves Hotel
Graves Hotel
August 6, 1980
(#80002434)
106 S. Central Ave.
46°26′01″N 109°49′50″W / 46.4336°N 109.83059°W / 46.4336; -109.83059 (Graves Hotel)
Harlowton
2 Milwaukee Road Historic District
Milwaukee Road Historic District
July 8, 1988
(#88001024)
Southern end of Central Ave.
46°25′49″N 109°49′38″W / 46.430278°N 109.827222°W / 46.430278; -109.827222 (Milwaukee Road Historic District)
Harlowton

Former listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 McQuitty Building
February 15, 1980
(#80002435)
June 3, 1986
121 N. Central Ave.
Harlowton

Wibaux County[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Summary
1 St. Peter's Catholic Church
St. Peter's Catholic Church
March 14, 1990
(#90000356)
W. Orgain Ave.
46°59′14″N 104°11′28″W / 46.987222°N 104.191111°W / 46.987222; -104.191111 (St. Peter's Catholic Church)
Wibaux
2 Vogt-Nunberg Farm
April 10, 2008
(#08000269)
7262 Montana Highway 7
46°49′02″N 104°13′27″W / 46.81735°N 104.22417°W / 46.81735; -104.22417 (Vogt-Nunberg Farm)
Wibaux
3 Wibaux Commercial Historic District
December 28, 1989
(#89002170)
Roughly bounded by W. Orgain Ave., Wibaux, E. 1st Ave., S., and E
46°59′11″N 104°11′15″W / 46.986389°N 104.1875°W / 46.986389; -104.1875 (Wibaux Commercial Historic District)
Wibaux
4 Pierre Wibaux House
Pierre Wibaux House
September 10, 1971
(#71000483)
Orgain Ave.
46°59′12″N 104°11′06″W / 46.986667°N 104.185°W / 46.986667; -104.185 (Pierre Wibaux House)
Wibaux

Yellowstone County[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 4, 2014.
  3. ^ These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of March 13, 2009 and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which only modify the area covered by an existing property or district, although carrying a separate National Register reference number.
  4. ^ Going-to-the-Sun Road and Great Northern Railway Buildings are listed in both Flathead and Glacier counties, the Lewis and Clark Bridge spans the Missouri River between McCone and Roosevelt counties, the Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway Historic District and the Butte-Anaconda Historic District are split between Deer Lodge and Silver Bow counties, Froggie's Stopping Place on the Whoop-Up Trail is listed in both Chouteau and Pondera counties, and the Fred Robinson Bridge spans the Missouri River between Fergus and Phillips counties.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  7. ^ Bradshaw, Glenda Clay. Montana's Historical Highway Markers. 4th ed. Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 2008, 83.

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