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Greater Polson Community Foundation Audio Tour System Project Completed

Greater Polson Community Foundation Audio Tour System Project Completed: June of 2023 by Ninepipes Museum Ninepipes Museum is a recipient for a grant completed in June of 2023, providing funds to purchase new audio units for museum tours, ensuring that the museum continues to share the stories of our valley and preserve oral history.  Thank …

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In Their Footsteps – Fire Bear’s Moccasins

In Their Footsteps – Fire Bear’s Moccasins William Standing “Fire Bear” was born July 27, 1904 in Oswego, Montana on the Fort Peck Reservation.  He was named after his Grandfather and was the great-grandson of Wi-Jun-Jon, Chief of the Assiniboine Tribe.   Standing began his education at the Wolf Point Mission School and was one …

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Press Release by Amy Webster, Curator of Collections at Ninepipes Museum.

Press Release by Amy Webster, Curator of Collections at Ninepipes Museum April 20, 2023 by Amy Webster Ninepipes Museum has recently been awarded a Foundation for Montana History (FMH) grant in the amount of $6500 to support their ongoing preservation upgrades.  The funding of their most recent project helps the museum take steps towards accomplishing …

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Collections Policy Manual Complete

Collections Policy Manual Complete October 31, 2022 by Volunteer Curator This manual was graciously funded by a grant from the Montana History Foundation, and we are so grateful for the many professionals and members of the community who contributed with reviews and suggestions.  We are delighted with its outcome!

NEW EXHIBIT! “Preserving the Past for the Future”

NEW EXHIBIT! “Preserving the Past for the Future” October 1, 2022 by Ninepipes Museum A history of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes—and the hands that preserve it. Why is it so important to preserve the past?  Visit Ninepipes Museum to learn about the history. When the past is so quickly disappearing, see how culture …

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