Explore our unique collections illustrating the rich history of Jefferson County.
The Jefferson County Museum, located in Clancy, Montana, houses many unique and rare historical items representing Jefferson County's fascinating past. The collections include artifacts, documents, maps and photos. Enjoy our temporary rotating exhibits and regularly refreshed displays. Various special events including speakers are sponsored by the museum. Mining, railroads and ranching are key themes related to our county history.
A database of the artifacts, documents and photos in the Jefferson County Museum collection are now available online. View the catalog by clicking the link above.
Jefferson County newspapers from 1885 to 1925.
5 North Main Street
Clancy Montana 59634
Tuesday: 12pm - 4pm
Friday: 12pm - 4pm
The museum will be closed from December 19th 2022 to January 2nd 2023 for the winter holidays. We will reopen on January 3rd 2023.
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Looking Back at Glacier: Vintage Views 1910-1940
Native Peoples of Montana
Railways of Jefferson County
Hope in Hard Times: New Deal Photographs of Montana 1936-1942
Research your family history!
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collection inventory progress
In 2019, we inventoried most of our artifacts & documents!
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Jeffco history articles with photos
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Current, Upcoming & Past Exhibits
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Photos (by towns)
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Old Red Schoolhouse - (Header)
photo details • history of old red schoolhouse • original photo • clancy ◊
Site Design - (Website & Logo Inspiration)
northwest magazine • donation credits (Marks) • document details & history • lump gulch/clancy ◊