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The shell of a house still stands in Granite ghost town near Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870's but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
The shell of a house still stands in Granite ghost town near Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870’s but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
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Saints and Martyrs

Statues of John the Baptist, Jesus Christ and Saint Andrew stand atop the colonnade overlooking St. Peter's Square at the Vatican in Rome, Italy. The statues were created by various sculptors between 1662 and 1703 and are part of a group of 140 statues that ring the square.
Statues of John the Baptist, Jesus Christ and Saint Andrew stand atop the colonnade overlooking St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican in Rome, Italy.
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Home on the Range

An old cabin still stands as Pintlar range rises in the distance from the Mount Haggin Wildlife Management Area south of Anaconda, Montana.
An old cabin still stands on the Mt. Haggin Wildlife Management Area south of Anaconda, Montana.
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King's House

The Copper King Mansion in Butte, Montana was originally the home of William Andrews Clark, one of Montana's three famous Copper Kings.
The Copper King Mansion in Butte, Montana was originally the home of William Andrews Clark, one of Montana’s three famous Copper Kings.
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Livingston Depot

A corridor in the historic Livingston Depot, a restored 1902 Northern Pacific Railroad (NP) train station in Livingston, Montana.
A corridor in the historic Livingston Depot, a restored 1902 Northern Pacific Railroad (NP) train station in Livingston, Montana.
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Unity in Butte

The steeple of the Butte Unity Truth Center stretches towards the sky in Butte, Montana.
The steeple of the Butte Unity Truth Center stretches towards the sky in Butte, Montana.
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Prairie Sentinels

An old-fashioned wooden grain elevator sits next to its modern aluminum cousin outside of Walthom, Montana. This area is known as the "golden triangle" for the vast acreage devoted to grain production.
An old-fashioned wooden grain elevator sits next to its modern aluminum cousin outside of Walthom, Montana.
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