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With scientists forecasting sea levels to rise by anywhere from several inches to several feet by 2100 because of climate change, historic str…

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GILLETTE, Wyo. — Sixth-graders at Hillcrest Elementary School got a first-hand account of what it was like growing up during the Great Depression.

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Montana's Indian education requirement doesn't just apply to Native American students; it's called Indian Education For All for a reason.

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Here's a pop quiz: Can you do the NaeNae or the Whip? Do you know who the Little Rock Nine were?

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'Blacktail Cave and Bear Stories'

The pavilion featured above replaced the original, which burned in 1907.

HERE's a look at Walkerville more than 100 years ago. This photograph, showing the Belle of Butte silver mine and the Alice Mill, was taken in…

GREELeY SCHOOL GRADS of 1953 included front row, from left, Cleo Sue Bishop, Bill Davis, Terry Joe Backstrom, Bernard Brightman, Danny Thomas,…

This photo was taken around 1911 in the Bluebird Bar in Rocker. The young boy standing on the bar is George Keogh. Behind the bar is his fathe…

Montana Standard archives: "A LITTLE BIT OF DIRT never hurt anybody" may have been the motto for this Butte business. Taken around 1955, none …

AT THE ACM Precipitation Plant, copper was extracted from copper water pumped from the Butte mines. According to information on the back of th…

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Taken 55 years ago, the area featured here was near the Alice Pit in Walkerville and looks the worse for wear. The Alice was Butte’s first ope…

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Things got a bit ‘crazy’ July 24-25, 1969, in Uptown Butte. Merchants were all decked out in costumes for the annual ‘Crazy Days.’ Even a pach…

Located on Park Street, the Diana Shops was just one of many businesses located in Uptown Butte in the late 1960s.

STRIKE UP THE BAND: Butte High School’s band and drum corps marches through Uptown Butte in this circa 1940 Library of Congress photograph.

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Do you consider yourself a Butte history buff? If you've lived in Butte long enough, you might recognize or know where some of these photos fr…