Patrick Petroff
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I have a map of Miles City that says "Welcome to the Reunion Downtown Tour Bus". It is really a quite unique map and is a copy of whoever was in charge of the tour because it also says, "Our driver is + 1002 more characters
The Milligan House was located on the 600 block of Main Street. If it still stood today it would stand at where the current Vets Park is now. For a certain period I believe that the Milligan House and + 447 more characters
The grocery store located on Pearl and Montana was called Southside Grocery. I see there were a few stores that have burned down over time. Does anyone remember these. Perhaps Doull's (I think it was + 59 more characters
I obtained my "grocery list" from Pete Leo whose father (I believe) ran Leo's Grocery over by Riverside. He has let me borrow his copy of this list which I have photocopied and now I'm just trying to + 827 more characters
I put up a post in this forum earlier with the same information I'll provide below only I put this "pathway to Miles City's past" under an unrelated heading that shouldn't be missed. The Library of Co + 1014 more characters
I currently have a copy of a 5-page list of grocery stores, hand-written that is very roughly done and has some blank spots. It is quite amazing the number of grocery stores that have risen and fallen + 935 more characters
I have reviewed Gary Moulton's "The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition", Volume 8 and found the entry of William Clark in his reference to Pirogue Island. He also speaks of the confluence of t + 1891 more characters
Thank you Amorette for the information. I will also more than likely refer to Gary Moulton's revised journals of the Lewis and Clark expedition to find out more information. The date you have given is + 869 more characters
"The Sword and the Shield" was a book written by Christopher Andrew and former Soviet intelligence archivist Vasili Mitrokhin. It is an extremely long book (736 pages) and I am in the process of order + 1563 more characters
I remember a few years ago when I was in high school or junior high (1993-97) I saw an article on the front page of the Miles City Star in regards to the possibility that William Clark and the men of + 747 more characters
I must say I take a great interest in the history of Miles City. There is just so much behind the history of this town and a lot of times I find myself frustrated by the fact that many people don't ca + 1039 more characters
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