Tourism has shaped Bozeman’s history in a number of ways, from the establishment of a cemetery in 1872 to the City’s acquisition of the beloved Bogert Park in the late 1920’s.
I should admit up front that I am a Texan...from East Texas, the Land of the Tall Girls and the Virgin Pines.
It’s easy to miss the Lindley Place Historic District.
Some call it “the old fraternity house,” but preservationists should recognize Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s stewardship of the Story Mansion for nearly 80 years.
Beer manufacturing began in Montana Territory in 1863.
In September 2013 this column spotlighted the North Tracy Historic District. The article noted the brick residence at 322 North Tracy Avenue, which is attributed to a black builder named George Harrison.