In order to expedite the construction of this website, I have decided to link some of these pages to my former Geocities website that was taken down several years ago. The whole site has been archived by the nice folks at www.archive.org in their "Wayback Machine" (thanks Sherman & Mr. Peabody). Click on the link below for the Cooke City page. Use the 'Back' button on your Internet Explorer page to return to this page. If you follow the many links in my old site, it is possible you may not find your way back here easily, as I have no control over my old site and there are no back-links to this site. Don't panic - just type www.geyserbob.org in the address bar to return to my current home page. I offer no guarantees that all of the images or links will still work, but all the text should offer you good reading.
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|The new Cooke City Montana Museum is finally open to the public and celebrated its Grand Opening on July 19th, 2014 after much research and hard work. It now presents permanent exhibits on the history of the three communities of Colter Pass, Cooke City, and Silver Gate as well as exhibits on the Beartooth Highway, Mining, Schooling, Gas Stations and Tourism, Women and Winter. When you are in the area, please stop by the museum on Main Street in Cooke City and enjoy the displays and delve into the extensive local history on their interactive computer station.
Click on photo at right to visit their website.
Visit the Cooke City Area Community Council
Silver Gate, Cooke City, Yellowstone Gateway, Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone, Beartooth Pass, Adam Horn Miller, Bart Henderson, George Huston, Jay Cooke, Gardiner Montana, Red Lodge, Beartooth Highway, Lamar Valley.