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On this page, you can find Teton County, MT resources.
Teton County, A History, 1988. The story of Teton County, Montana, its land, its infancy, its people. History of the area through the World War II era. By members of the Teton County History Committee. Published through the Choteau Acantha, 1988. Out of print.A searchable digital copy is available at familysearch.org in its catalog. You must create a free account to view it..
Bynum, A Roundup of Memories, A Local History Centennial, 1885-1985. The story of Bynum, Montana, and its people. Published through the Choteau Acantha, 1986. Out-of-Print. No index. Copy in Choteau-Teton Public Library.
Boots & Shovels: A History of the Greenfield Irrigation District, Division of the Sun River Project, Fairfield, Montana (Published through the Fairfield Times, 1978) Reprinted. Click here for PDF of Index . Copy of book at the Choteau and Fairfield public libraries.Now available for sale at the Fairfield Historical Society, $70. firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Gone Days and Modern Ways, Dupuyer Centennial, By the Dupuyer Centennial Committee, 1977. Available in Dupuyer. (This town was in Teton County until 1919.)
Rails, Roots and Reminiscings, By the Dutton History Committee, 2009. $70. Contact Cathy Odden, 406-463-2410 or Verna Schlueter 406-476-3445.
For Land's Sake: The Life & Times of Bole, Montana, Dedicated to the Homesteaders (Published through the Fairfield Times, 1980). Out of print, No copy at the Choteau Library. Anyone wishing to donate their copy to the Choteau library would be very welcome.
Wide Spot in the Road, a story of Pendroy.
Montana, Its story and biography, a history of aboriginal and territorial Montana and three decades of statehood. Under the editorial supervision of Tom Stout. Three volumes. The American Historical Society, Chicago and New York, 1921. Indexed.
History of Montana, Robert Raymer, 1930. The following Teton County residents (with page numbers) are profiled in this book: ALZHEIMER, Edmund, 795; ANDREWS, William P., 811; BAILEY, Herbert F., 561; BORNHOLDT, Fred, 803; BRANDT, Olaf, 804; BROWN, Walter, 559; CARROLL, George A., 418; COLE, Wheeler W., 828; COOPER, Charles W., 507; EDWARDS, Nathaniel W., 734; EVENSEN, Christ, 801; FORD, Joseph, 169; FUHRINGER, Louis, 604; JENSEN, Chris, 797; JONES, William D., 770; MAYNARD, Ernest B., 415; MCKENZIE, Kenneth, 776; MCLEAN, Edward R., 805; MEADOWS, Oral G., 423; MONKMAN, Gordon E., 680; MORGAN, James C., 426; OIEN, Christian L., 785; POWER, Charles Benton, 77; RALSTON, William R., 820; SMITH, Jesse J., 798; SMITH, Robert B., 813; SOLLID, George, 807; TOECKES, Matt B, 401; TURVELD, Tokerud, 810.
Progressive Men of Montana, 1903. Index and scanned pages on line.
1899 "Society of Montana Pioneers" Volume 1. It is believed that only one volume was produced.
Teton County, Montana Cemeteries, Compiled by Thelma Marshall, Mac Messman, Ann Gillin, Mickey Brown, Donna Wahlber. Printed by the Great Falls Genealogical Society. n.d. (Due to copyright laws the only source for lookups in this volume is the society.)
MOST OF THESE NEWSPAPERS BELOW ARE NOW ONLINE AT montananewspapers.org
Choteau Calumet, a newspaper in 1885. SM. Corson bought the Choteau Calumet Publishing Co. around March 16, 1894, and moved The Montanian to the corner of Choteau and Conrad streets.Issues now on line at www.montananewspapers.org.
Choteau-Teton Public Library, Fairfield-Teton Public Library, and Dutton-Teton Public Library, all have hard copies of old newspapers. Link to Choteau's Web site
LDS Church Family History Center, Choteau
Friends of Old Agency on the Teton Inc.
To request a lookup from any of the references, click on the address of the owner and ask them politely. Please include reference name as the email subject.
Map of Teton County 1899
Map of Teton County, Montana 1904
Map of Teton County 1906 showing Township and Ranges (pdf)
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