In 1917 Horn Miller was buried under a pine tree in the local cemetery. Legend has it, he requested to be buried under that specific tree. Coming soon to the Cooke City Montana Museum is a slice of that tree. Can you guess how many years old this tree was (we counted the tree rings)? Send your guesses to firstname.lastname@example.org! You may just win a prize! Stay tuned next week for more on this amazing piece of history!You may just win a prize!
The Helena Independent, March 18, 1893
SIXTEEN DAYS’ RUN
Result of the First Clean-Up From a Cyanide Mill at Cooke
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The Livingston Enterprise, December 13, 1890
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The Livingston Enterprise, March 28, 1885
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