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Two Rivers History Bonner Montana

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Norman Jacobson will lead another trip to the Road to the Buffalo site on Sunday, June 22, at 1:30; meet to car pool at Our Saviors' Lutheran Church parking lot, 8985 Montana 200, Bonner, MT.
Please call Norman at 549-3979 to let him know you are coming. It's a moderate 2 mile round trip hike lasting about 3 and a half hours. Bring your own drinking water and sunscreen.  

See the Facebook entry below for pictures of the first hike.

"Working at the Mill," Parts 1 and 2 are now on-line. Watch them on the Roundtables page on this site or subscribe to the TwoRiversHistory YouTube channel.

February Roundtable: On KPAX-TV: Old Hughes Gardens provides glimpse into Missoula history

January Roundtable: On YouTube: "Toys and Tools Used by Early Native Americans Prior to the Nineteenth Century" by Norman Jacobson.

Life at the Confluence. An on-line book by Sam Berry.


The Bonner Mill

The Bonner Mill
There had been a sawmill in Bonner since 1886, but in 2008 Stimson Lumber Company closed the mill and auctioned off much equipment. Now, under the Bonner Improvement Company LLC, a new chapter of industrial use is being written.

Meet the Communities

Meet the Communities
The confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers is surrounded by several unincorporated communites. Learn more about them.

Mullan Road Conference 2014

A close-up of the Mullan statue.
The Mullan Road Conference 2014, interpreting the US Military Wagon Road, constructed 1859-1862, May 2 - 4 in Missoula.

Follow the Mullan Road Conference 2014 on Facebook!

Preserving History Today

Preserving History Today
Bonner-Milltown residents have long treasured their past. This website and interpretive planning projects continue telling the stories of the confluence.