The museum gave an interesting overview of Missoula's history in the time of the fort - mid 1800s to mid-1900s. It was used to house soldiers to 'protect' settlers and to house immigrant European men and to intern the Japanese during WW2. It also told a little of the history of the bicycle military black men who served from there for a short period. The video used to introduce you to the museum was well done, as are the displays. We really enjoyed walking through the grounds looking at the forestry display, the one-room school house and the church.
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