Big Timber

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National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Montana - Current Listings By County - Sweet Grass County
... Image Date listed Location City or town Summary Big Timber Town Hall 01998-02-13February 13, 225 ... McLeod St Big Timber Brannin Ranch 01989-01-13January 13, 1989 West ... River Greycliff John Otto Spannring Family Farm 01995-02-23February 23, 7 ... miles east of Big Timber Big Timber St. 4th Ave Big Timber Yellowstone Crossing, Bozeman Trail 01978-12-01December 1, 1978 Northeast of Springdale on U.S ...
Plentywood, Montana - Schools
1978, the boys basketball team won the Class B title against Big Timber after declining enrollment resulted in a downward classification ... team, coached by Ron Smith, beat the Big Timber Herders 20-14 for the State B title in Big Timber ...
Chinatowns In The United States - Montana - Big Timber
... end of the 19th century, many Chinese people called Big Timber, Montana home ... by Anderson, First, Mcleod, and Front streets became the unofficial Chinatown of Big Timber." The article further clarifies that the Chinese history within this Montana town was nearly wiped out with vandals ... It wasn't until 2008 that the discovery was made where the town of Big Timber and the state of Montana nearly lost all traces of any presence of Chinese society ...
Yellowstone River - Angling The Yellowstone
... through Gardiner, the Paradise Valley, Livingston, and to Big Timber, a stretch of nearly 200 miles (320 km) ... rainbow and cutthroat trout, with a few big browns as well ... From here down to Mallard's Rest there is a pleasant mix of big pools and large browns and rainbows ...

Famous quotes containing the words timber and/or big:

    The primitive wood is always and everywhere damp and mossy, so that I traveled constantly with the impression that I was in a swamp; and only when it was remarked that this or that tract, judging from the quality of the timber on it, would make a profitable clearing, was I reminded, that if the sun were let in it would make a dry field, like the few I had seen, at once.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Towns oftener swamp one than carry one out onto the big ocean of life.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)