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Historic Crow Indian Agencies Bus Tour

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Meet in the parking lot behind the Gallatin History Museum

317 W. Main Street

Bozeman, MT 59715

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The Extreme History Project invites you on an exceptional and informative tour of the original Crow Agencies of Montana. Hosted by Shane Doyle, a Crow tribal member and educational consultant who hails from the current Crow Agency, Montana. You will visit the land that the Crow, or the Apsaalooke people called home for thousands of years. More specifically, we will visit the sites of the first Crow Indian Agency, Fort Parker, and the second Crow Indian Agency, Absaroka Agency. Our tour will include a:

  • Visit to Fort Parker where the first Crow Agency was built in 1869, located just east of Livingston.

  • Visit the site of the second Crow Agency located near present-day Absarokee, Montana

  • Stop at the Thomas party memorial/grave where in 1865 a group of travelers on the Bozeman Trail were killed by Lakota warriors.

  • A rare visit to the site of John Bozeman's death, where he was killed in 1867 along the Yellowstone River.

Our trip from Bozeman into original Crow territory will be enjoyed aboard a deluxe, state of the art, luxury motorcoach complete with restrooms, footrests, air-conditioning, and Wi-Fi.

There will be minimal walking on level ground during the tour. Lunch will be provided for you at the Museum of the Beartooths in Columbus, Montana.

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Meet in the parking lot behind the Gallatin History Museum

317 W. Main Street

Bozeman, MT 59715

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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