The Tinsley House at the Living History Farm
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|Facility:||The Tinsley House at the Living History Farm|
|Description:||Experience the daily life on a turn-of- the-century homestead at the Living History Farm. Costumed interpreters will take you back in time as you watch them cooking on a wood burning stove, baking bread, forging iron in the blacksmith shop, doing farm chores, and working in the heirloom garden.
More than a century ago, settlers poured into the Montana territory to claim their free homestead lands from the government. They built sod-roofed cabins and "proved up" on the land, planting gardens, raising livestock and harvesting wheat and other crops. Generation by generation, home- steaders and their families turned the frontier into Montana's agricultural industry.
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|Address 1:||600 West Kagy Boulevard|
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|Hours:||Open May 26 through September 9, 2007.
Hours: 9:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M.
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