“Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site includes a visitor’s center with exhibits, videos, a bookstore, and self-guided tours of the fort grounds and outlying sites. The tour marks the archaeological remains of the fort’s buildings. A cabin built by the Civilian Conservation Corps has been furnished to depict the period quarters of an officer’s wife and a non-commissioned officer’s quarters. Visitors can also tour the nearby battlefields which are located within a five mile radius of the visitor center and include interpretive trails.”
A headline in Montana’s Big Timber Pioneer newspaper suggests that the project was completed in 1938.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Phil_Kearny "Fort Phil Kearney [sic] Replica Completed as CCC Job; Will Be Maintained as Tourist Attraction"; Big Timber Pioneer, Jul. 21, 1938, page 7.
Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on March 1, 2014.
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