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The Blaine County Museum is a historical museum with an emphasis on the homestead era. Originally opened in 1977, the museum is located in Griffin Hall, a historic building built in 1915. Among the many exhibits are example of Indian culture, paleontolo gy, and old west church, a homestead shack, a doctor's office, a dentist's office, an old X-ray machine, and a homestead schoolroom. Open all year. Group reservations are required.

Location: P.O. Box 927, 501 Indiana, Chinook Montana 59523 Telephone 406-357-2590

Other History nearby:
(Chinook) Bear Paw Battlefield
(Chinook) Blaine County Museum
(Havre) Fort Assinniboine
(Harlem) Fort Belknap Indian Reservation
(Havre) H Earl Clack Memorial Museum
(Box Elder) Rocky Boy Indian Reservation


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