Fort Parker: The First Crow Indian Agency Program

The third program in the Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s Culture of the 19th Century speaker series continues on Thursday, April 11, “Fort Parker: The First Crow Indian Agency,” presented by Crystal Alegria and Shane Doyle of Extreme History, Bozeman. Remaining programs are about Calamity Jane and Copper King William A. Clark. The free programs are held

Crow Fair: Celebrating 100 Years of Apsaålooke Culture

The final History that Matters: Anniversaries of 2018 program is “Crow Fair: Celebrating 100 Years of Apsaålooke Culture” on Wednesday, November 7, co-presented by Shane Doyle, educator and member of the Crow (Apsaålooke) Tribe, and John Zumpano, local photographer. The free program is held at Park Photo, 115 S. Main St., Livingston. Doors open at

Park Photo Presents Crow Tribe Photos

Park Photo will exhibit a collection of historic photographs depicting members of the Crow Tribe (Apsáalooke) visiting Livingston during the 1930s. The photographs are by John Haberstroh, and are from the archives of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. The opening will take place at Park Photo, located at 115 S. Main, during the art walk on