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C.M. Russell Museum
Great Falls in Montana understands the benefits of preserving history, and some collections at this museum are visited by people from all around the world! If you’re a fan of western art then you have come to the right place, here at the museum you can find one of the most popular exhibits for western art in… well the west! C.M. ‘Charlie’ Russell is widely known as the “cowboy” artists. As one of the leading painters in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s most of his work found its way to this museum. His breathtaking art features water colors, oil paintings and bronze sculptures. Make sure to spend extra time in his exhibit as this man inspired the rush of western art that it drastically needed. This fun and inexpensive museum is a fantastic way to spend your day while in the area! The C.M. Russell Museum is a must for any artist enthusiast coming to or passing through town!
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INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF GREAT FALLS, MONTANA?
Settled in the heart of Montana, the Big Sky Country, Great Falls is
surrounded by spectacular natural wonders and scenery. It is nestled between
rich, productive farm land only miles away from the majestic Rocky Mountains
to its west and Little Belt Mountains to the east.
The city was settled around the mighty Missouri River, one of nature's most
magnificent waterways. The Missouri River provides Great Falls with its
name. As the Missouri cuts through the city it drops over 500 feet in a
series of rapids and five breathtaking waterfalls -- the great falls of the
Missouri. Great Falls is an exciting community of over 55,000 people with
various recreational opportunities for citizens and visitors alike. Great
Falls, or the Electric City, lies near the geographical center of Montana,
between two National Parks. Great Falls proudly serves as the Gateway to the
Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park and a main thoroughfare to
The Electric City has a long tradition of history which began with the
famous expedition of Lewis and Clark in 1805. They explored the newly
purchased Louisiana Territory filled with herds of buffalo roaming the
prairies. The Great Falls area had long been inhabited by tribes of native
American Indians, mainly the Blackfeet.
Lewis and Clark were the first known white explorers to catch sight of the
"great falls" of the Missouri River...they heard the roaring of the falls
more than seven miles away.
Their expedition took one full month to portage around the falls. Before the
party left in mid July of 1805, they celebrated the Fourth of July in the
new territory at White Bear Island.
You can commemorate the Corps of Discovery's time in what is now the Great
Falls area during Explore! The Big Sky -- a National Signature Event -- June
1, - July 4, 2005. The stage was set for the creation of Great Falls. It was
ready for a man named Paris Gibson. Gibson came west in May of 1882. He made
plans for a city, then laid them out before James Hill, a man of great
importance in the railroad industry. Hill gave his financial backing to
Gibson, knowing that a city in such an area would make a valuable connection
for the railroads.
Unlike many other western cities, Great
Falls was planned by a practical and extremely thoughtful man. While
town, Gibson made sure the streets were laid out in a precise, arrow-
straight pattern, plus he set aside 886 acres for city parks. Gibson
believed beauty was important in a city and personally made sure that elm,
ash, and fir trees were planted on every street and boulevard.