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The unique search engine will locate names, and keywords to help you locate newspaper articles about any subject or person, including YOUR ancestors and obituaries. These obituary search tools will help you locate old and new obituaries online.
If you can't locate an obituary online, try contacting a library in the area you are searching.
Its 30 buildings and visitors center are 11 miles up a gravel road, north of I-90. The Philipsburg Chamber of Commerce Web site has an extensive list of nearby ghost towns, their history and present condition.
Garnet is just about an hour east of Missoula off Highway 200 (slightly longer via the Interstate 90 route) and is one of the best-maintained ghost towns in Montana.
Remember many times in the old newspaper, obituaries were printed once a month or once a week.
So be sure to search for many issues before and after your ancestors date of death.
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Montana Resources is part of a modern generation of mine operators.
Also in Deer Lodge: the Grant-Kohrs Ranch, built by two early-day cattlemen.
It’s still a working ranch, maintained by the National Park Service.