Black Eagle Falls

The last of the falls that Lewis and Clark had to get around on the Missouri river. This photo was taken from the side of the road that runs parallel to the Missouri in Great Falls. A writer from the Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine toured the falls of the Missouri in the autumn of 1887Continue reading “Black Eagle Falls”

Helena Women’s Mural

Painted on the side of the Livestock Building, the mural commemorates groups and individual women who contributed to the greater community. Suffragists, painted ladies, schoolteachers, and pioneers, as well as rodeo star Fanny Sperry Steele and guitarist M. J. Williams, represent Helena‚Äôs diverse women. Women planned, designed, and painted the mural. Intended to last noContinue reading “Helena Women’s Mural”