Big Horn County MT Historical Schools


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Aberdeen School Pass Creek East
Albright School Good Luck Creek
Antler School Dry Soap Creek
Brown School Wyola NE
Camp Five School Lemonade Springs
Corinth School Corinth
Corral Creek School Wolf Mountain Lookout
Cossit School Quietus
Deer Creek School Decker
Elk Creek School Kirby
Fairview School Foster
Four Mile School Tongue River Dam
Garryowen Mission School Crow Agency
Good Luck School Good Luck Creek
Green School Shick Ranch
Grey Blanket School Lodge Grass
Halfway School Hardin SW
Harris School Kid Creek
Hart School Walker Hill
Iron Springs School Iron Spring
Little Horn School Black Gulch
Log School Kirby
Maschetah School Iron Spring SW
Middle Creek School Deep Creek
Montana Industrial School Waco
Monument Creek School Tongue River Dam
Muddy Creek School Lame Deer
Nine Mile School Ninemile Point
North Waddle Creek School Pine Butte School
Pass Creek School Pass Creek West
Pearl School Pearl School
Pine Butte School Pine Butte School
Post Creek School Tongue River Dam
Powers School Black Gulch
Pryor Creek Boarding School Pryor
Rim Rock School Willow Creek Dam SW
Rotten Grass School Dry Soap Creek
Saint Xavier Public School Saint Xavier
Sarpy School Sarpy School
Sorrel Horse School Foster
Spring Creek School Iron Spring SW
Toluca School Rowley
Upper Pryor School Pryor
Upper Rotten Grass School Willow Creek Dam
Warman School Mountain Pocket Creek
Weltner School Pearl School
West Soap Creek School Limestone Canyon
Wight School Iron Spring
Wolf School Wolf School
Youngs Creek School Pearl School
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