Play Montana Madness!
The Montanans in Motion Conference
Help to decide which objects in the Montana Historical Society's collections are worthy of competing for the title of MOST AWESOME OBJECT, in our take on March Madness. Find more information on all of these objects at
. Then choose the object from "Montanans in Motion" that you believe should represent this conference in March.
Reverend Edwin M. Ellis's Columbia Chainless Bicycle, ca. 1899, MHS 2002.45.01
Wooden skis used by Yellowstone photographer F. Jay Haynes, 1894, MHS 1979.17.138
Beaded Cradleboard, ca. 1900, MHS X1982.44.01
Collotype by L. A. Huffman Titled Jerk-Line 12 on the Old Freight Road, 1883, MHS 981-248
"Good Roads Congress" Delegate's Pin, 1914, MHS 1978.08.12
Lewis and Clark Bridge Near Wolf Point, 1930
All emails will be entered to win the #MontanaMadness competition. By entering the contest, you agree to receive periodic updates at the contact information you provide. The Montana Historical Society respects your privacy, and will not share your email address with other organizations. You will be able to opt out of communications at any time. Unsubscribing will not affect your chances of winning.
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service