A Moving History: Convicts, Boosters, and Citizens: Park Co.’s Contribution to the Yellowstone Trail

Livingston, Montana: Graduate history student Lerick Allen presents “Convicts, Boosters, and Citizens: Park County’s Contribution to the Yellowstone Trail” on Wednesday, March 28, 7:00 pm, at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. This is the third program in the museum’s A Moving History speaker series. The final program explores traveling the Lewis and Clark trail. The Yellowstone

A Moving History: Native Trails in Park County

Livingston, Montana: Historian Jerry Brekke presents “The Big Bend of the Yellowstone Trail Nexus” on Wednesday, March 14, 7:00 pm, at the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. This is the second program in the museum’s A Moving History speaker series. Two upcoming programs explore the Yellowstone Trail and traveling the Lewis & Clark trail. Was Capt. William

A Moving History: First Speaker Series Program is about Livingston and the Railroad

The Friends of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum announce their upcoming speaker series, A Moving History, featuring area experts. The four, bi-monthly programs begin on February 28 with “The Railroad: Livingston and the Beginnings of a County” presented by Museum Director Paul Shea, and continue through mid-April. Other topics include our area’s native trails, the Yellowstone

“Yellowstone National Park: Through the Lens of Time” Program with Bradly Boner

Remembering Yellowstone, the Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s fall speaker series, continues on Wednesday, September 27, 7:00 pm, with award-winning photojournalist Bradly J. Boner and his newly released rephotography book, Yellowstone National Park: Through the Lens of Time. Pioneer photographer William Henry Jackson’s photographs from the 1871 Hayden Survey were instrumental in persuading Congress to designate Yellowstone