We have been working closely with the Archaeological Conservancy to purchase the site of Fort Parker, the first Crow Indian Agency, for preservation and education. See our work on Fort Parker under “Projects” above. If you would like to contribute to this important preservation project, you can donate online at https://donate.archaeologicalconservancy.org/ Choose Fort Parker on the drop down menu next to “Designation” and all of your contribution will go towards this project. Thank you for your support!
The Extreme History Project is excited to announce a new segment to our growing work! We are developing a series of History Happenings around Montana and will be promoting these great historic opportunities through out new website http://www.adventurethroughtime.org. Check it out and check it often for updates on all kinds of fun and educational events!
A fun day of events is scheduled for September 28 from noon to 4pm. Check it out!
Tags: Archaeology, Crystal Alegria, historic interpretation, historic preservation, Historical Archaeology, InteResources Planning, Marsha Fulton, Montana State University, Nancy Mahoney, Project Archaeology, public history, Scott Carpenter, The Extreme History Project