Play Montana Madness!
The Montanans at Work 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 at Work" that you believe should represent this conference in March.
"Square & Compass" Branding Iron, 1899, MHS X1967.08.07
Evelyn Cameron's Tourist Graflex Camera, 1903, MHS 1991.07.01 a-b
Traditional Finnish-Style Loom, ca. 1916, MHS 1992.26.01
Miners in the Stope by Paul Sample, X1966.21.10
Father Ravalli's Burh Stones, 1845, MHS X1904.01.05
Chalk and Wood Message from the Smith Mine Disaster, 1943, MHS 1985.38.01
Stone Maul, ca. 1890, MHS 1987.76.01
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