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Havre Area Chamber of
Founded more than 100 years ago in the rolling plains of north central Montana, Havre became the transportation hub of the area, providing goods and supplies to trappers, miners and military personnel stationed at Fort Assinniboine, six miles southwest of town. Today, the town is a focal point of commercial activity and serves as a wholesale distribution and retail center for a number of communities within 150 miles of the town.
The Heritage Center. 306 Third Avenue, PO Box 1054, Havre, MT 59501.
Presents displays of the community's' heritage, promotes educational opportunities through workshops, and offers an art gallery and a cultural center.
Archaeological Site. E-mail.
Five on-site displays of archaeological materials up to 2,000 years old provide a dramatic view of Montana's rich Indian heritage. Located just west of Havre, Montana on U.S. Highway 2. It is behind the Holiday Village Shopping Mall and across the highway from the Hill County Fairgrounds.
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