Montana Mainstreets, Volume 3
A Guide to Historic Lewistown

by Ellen Sievert
and Ken Sievert

foreword by Paul Putz, State of Montana Historic Preservation Officer with Afterword by Jeff Sheldon, Lewistown Historic Preservation Officer

published by Montana Historical Society Press

  • In the geographic center of Montana sits Lewistown, whose rich history is still reflected in today's streets. A testament to the homesteading boom at the turn of the century, Lewistown grew with the surrounding communities. A service center, rail stop, and county seat, its population tripled between 1900 and 1910, then doubled again by 1920. The architectural heritage of this homesteading community awaits your discovery, on the streets of Lewistown.

83 pages, 6 x 9 , 39 b/w photos, 12 illustrations, 7 map(s), index, appendix, 80 softcovers per case, Paperback

ISBN 10: 0917298594
ISBN 13: 9780917298592


    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 3
A Guide to Historic Lewistown

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