Tinsley House — Montana Homestead

The Tinsley House, now located at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, was originally built in Willow Creek in the Gallatin valley over 100 years ago. The tinsley's, William and Lucy, moved west after the Civil War. They met and married in Virginia City and then moved to the Gallatin valley where they built the house in 1889 out of timber from the Tobacco Root mountains

The Tinsley House, now located at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, was originally built in Willow Creek in the Gallatin valley over 100 years ago. The tinsley’s, William and Lucy, moved west after the Civil War. They met and married in Virginia City and then moved to the Gallatin valley where they built the house in 1889 out of timber from the Tobacco Root mountains

2 thoughts on “Tinsley House — Montana Homestead

  1. hello jim streeter its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow that is kwite a log howse their!!! tucker and trixie and trouble always yoozed to tawk abowt the log home they livd in bak in the mithikal land of noo york but i do not think it wuz as old as this wun!!! ok bye

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