• Two Women Homesteaders on Horseback

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    Two women homesteaders enjoy a horseback ride on May 25, 1909 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Huntley Homesteads

    Photograph showing the distance between homestead houses in 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • O.E. and Bessie Wade Homestead

    Clean clothes hang on a long clothesline in 1915 at the O.E. & Bessie Wade homestead east of Pompeys Pillar, Montana.

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  • Sanborn Homestead House

    John & Emily Sanborn homestead house on the Highline in 1914 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Immigrant Train

    Frank Banderob and other family members bring horses and wagons to meet the immigrant train in Ballantine, Montana to help new homesteaders move onto their claims. Photograph taken in 1908 on the Hunt…

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  • Solomon Smith Homestead

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    The homestead house, tarpaper shack and tent of Solomon Smith on May 21, 1908 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Alex Kinmonth Homestead

    Alex Kinmonth homestead in 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana. Mr. Kinmonth came to the Huntley Project and imporved his claim, then brought his wife and little daughter to the home once…

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  • John C. Robyn Homestead

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    The homestead house (dark house with 4 small windows) of John C. Robyn taken during a rain storm on May 21, 1908 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • C.M. Farmer Homestead

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    The log homestead house of C.M. Farmer shown May 21, 1908 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Two-story Homestead House

    Two-story homestead house and crops on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana in 1908.

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  • Tarpaper Homestead Shack

    Tarpaper homestead shack on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana in 1908. A field of sunflowers and numerous behives shown in front of the house.

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  • O.N. Ohlin Homestead

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    The O.N. Ohlin homestead showing the two-story house, bridge over the main canal and the barn on May 21, 1908 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana. Photographer�s initials, D.F.B.

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  • Homestead Shack and Grain Crop

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    Homestead shack and grain crop with other homesteads and the bluffs in the distance. Taken November 15, 1908 in Ballantine, Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • T.H. White Homestead

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    Homestead house of T.H. White showing the Huntley Irrigation Project main canal and sluice gate on November 15, 1908.

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  • Proud Homesteader

    Proud homesteader stands beside his growing orchard in 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Weidinger Homestead

    Lue & Maggie Weidinger's homestead house in Ballantine, Montana completed in 1916. The home still stands and is occupied by the Weidinger's grandson, Ed Weidinger & his wife Phyllis Reiter Weidinger.

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  • John Harrison's Homestead

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    Large truck garden on John Harrison's homestead on July 13, 1910 on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Emil and Ernestine Kraske with their Children

    Emil & Ernestine Kraske with their children in 1908. The Kraske's were original homesteaders on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Threshing Grain

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    The wind blows as homesteaders thresh the first crop of grain on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana on November 16, 1908.

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  • Weidinger Family

    Portrait taken in 1933 of the Ludwig & Magdelene Weidinger family, homesteaders on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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