Montana Mainstreets, Volume 2
A Guide to Historic Glendive

foreword by Paul Putz, State of Montana Historic Preservation Officer with Afterword by Louise Cross, Curator of the Frontier Gateway Museum, Glendive

published by Montana Historical Society Press

  • Rooted in the railroad and ranching industries, Glendive lies in the lower Yellowstone Valley about thirty miles from the North Dakota border in southeastern Montana. First and foremost a railroad town, Glendive's development and architecture reflect its Northern Pacific heritage and the spirit of its residents. Discover the history of the "Gate City" of the Yellowstone Valley in this lively guide to Glendive's historic buildings.

64 pages, 6 x 9 , 36 b/w photos, 5 illustrations, 2 map(s), index, appendix, 120 softcovers per case, Paperback

ISBN 10: 0917298586
ISBN 13: 9780917298585


    This exciting guidebook series focuses on the history and architecture of Montana towns. Based on State Historic Preservation office records, Montana Mainstreets guides provide windows to the past by pointing readers to the buildings, historic sites, and parks that act as monuments to Montana's history. Detailed Maps, historic photographs, and lively prose help these guides bring Montana's history and architecture alive.





Montana Mainstreets, Volume 2
A Guide to Historic Glendive

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