First People in the Gallatin Valley

First People in the Gallatin Valley (HMJCZ)

Location: Bozeman, MT 59715 Gallatin County
Country: United States of America

N 45° 42.725', W 111° 3.846'

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To the Headwaters

For centuries distant and diverse tribes visited the Gallatin Valley to hunt. They stampeded buffalo over cliffs during the "dog days" before the acquisition of horses and guns. They hunted animals for food, clothing and shelter. They also mined chert to make projectile points.
The Minnitaree tribe of North Dakota captured Sacagawea in this valley in 1800. She and her trapper husband, Toussaint Charbonneau, joined the Lewis and Clark Expedition as interpreters. Sacagawea proved invaluable in establishing contacts with the Shoshone tribe who provided horses for the westward journey over the Continental Divide.
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HM NumberHMJCZ
Series This marker is part of the Lewis & Clark Expedition series
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Placed ByMontana Department of Transportation (MDT) & Qwest
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Date Added Monday, September 15th, 2014 at 7:55pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)12T E 495010 N 5062060
Decimal Degrees45.71208333, -111.06410000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 45° 42.725', W 111° 3.846'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds45° 42' 43.50" N, 111° 3' 50.76" W
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Area Code(s)406
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 20278 N 19th Ave, Bozeman MT 59715, US
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