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From Tents to Town: Bozeman's Historic Main Street

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The Extreme History Project

234 East Mendenhall St.

Bozeman, MT 59715

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Come on a walk with The Extreme History Project while we explore Bozeman’s historic Main Street.

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Come walk with us while we explore Bozeman’s historic Main Street. Once a gathering place for the local indigenous peoples’ tribes, Bozeman also served a vital role during the 1860s gold rush. Enjoy the stories of the colorful characters like John Bozeman, Daniel Rouse, Nelson Story and architect Fred Willson who helped mold the look and shape of this town. From wooden shacks to brick beauties, the historic buildings with their unique architecture that you pass represent the different phases of development throughout Bozeman’s growth. Compare the businesses initially established to serve miners and the fledgling agricultural industry to what you see today. Walking in its founders’ footsteps will help you appreciate the essence of Bozeman and its place in the history of the West.

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The Extreme History Project

234 East Mendenhall St.

Bozeman, MT 59715

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Refund policy

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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The Extreme History Project began as a means of making the humanities more fun, interesting and accessible to the general public and as a real means of generating social change. The Project hopes to encompass a variety of events and activities which will enhance the public’s understanding of how history has shaped our present and how understanding that legacy can affect the way we behave towards one another. Extreme History believes in setting a Truth Agenda which will work toward eradicating political and social agendas from the traditional historical narratives and pursue a more balanced and honest expression of the past.

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