• A.E. Van Pelt General Merchandise Store

    A.E. Van Pelt General Merchandise store with six men standing out front. This store was one of the first on the Huntley Irrigation Project and this photo was taken in 1908. There is an advertisement o…

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  • Steam-powered Threshing Machine

    U.J.Z.-4

    Man pumps water out of the main canal to power the steam-powered threshing machine Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana on November 16, 1908.

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  • Huntley Project School Classroom, 1912

    1912 photo of Mr. Ben F. Chesterman's class at the Huntley Project School, Montana.

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  • Kraske, William (Bill)

    Biggers, Trudie Porter

    Bill Kraske spoke about both his father's side of the family, the Kraske's who came from Germany through the Port of New York circa 1900, and also his mother's side of the family, the Wade's who had o…

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  • Huntley Project High School

    Photograph taken in 1923 of the newly completed Huntley Project High School in Worden, Montana.

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  • Family Dining

    1925 photo of the Paul & Eva Viola Sherman family dining outside of their daughters house on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Dick, Missouri A.

    U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

    Original land patent of Missouri A. Dick, entitled to a patent for Farm Unit ""D"", according to the Farm Unit Plat, or the Lot thirteen of Section twenty-four and the northwest quarter of the northwe…

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  • Creating a Diversion Dam

    Work crews place steel rebar over wooden forms before pouring concrete over the top to create a diversion dam on the Yellowstone River to divert water into the Huntley Irrigation Project main canal in…

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  • Tennyson, John Henry

    U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

    Original land patent of John H. Tennyson, entitled to a patent for the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter and the south half of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section twenty…

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  • Sanborn, John L.

    U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

    Original land patent of John L. Sanborn, entitled to a patent for the Farm Unit ""D"", according to the Farm Unit Plat, or the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section thirty-four in Town…

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  • Thomas Sanborn

    1921 picture of Thomas Sanborn the day he graduated from Worden High School. The families tarpaper shack, built in 1913 when the family homesteaded on the Huntley Irrigation Project, can be seen in th…

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  • Tunnel Excavation,1906

    Continuing work on tunnel construction showing men, horses and wagons during the excavation in 1906.

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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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  • Nora and Tom Tennyson

    Portrait taken in 1930 of Nora Tennyson and her 10 year old son Tom.

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  • Anderson, Kathrine Davidson

    U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

    audio/mp3; Kathrine Davidson Anderson's father, Jesse Davidson homesteaded on the Huntley Irrigation Project. His first wife died of tuberculosis. Following her death, Jessie took their daughter Alice…

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  • Irrigated test orchard, Missoula

    Elrod, Morton J. (Morton John), 1863-1953

    Irrigated test orchard near Missoula, Montana. The orchard is on hilly terrain. Farm buildings are near the orchard.

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  • Schreuder, Dorwin

    Biggers, Trudie Porter

    Dorwin Schreuder's grandfather John Schreuder, immigrated from Holland and passed through Ellis Island in 1910. There is some confusion about when John met and married his wife, Mary, who immigrated f…

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  • Lyra, Lela, and Phoebe Sanborn

    Portrait of Lyra, Lela & Phoebe Sanborn June 1, 1912 at their home on the Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana.

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  • Central Classified Files 1907-1939 Blackfeet Agency 341 Record Group 75 - Box 215

    Natives of Montana Archival Project (NOMAP)

    Archival box containing Central Classified Files, 1907-39 Blackfeet 5260-1933-341 to 9085-1936-341 Part C

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  • Solomon Smith Homestead

    D.F.B

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

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