“In Praise of Bozeman” Bozeman’s Historic Churches

The Extreme History Project presents a downtown walking tour of Bozeman's Historic churches

In Praise of Bozeman: Bozeman’s Historic Churches

If you are interested in taking this tour please contact us at info@extremehistoryproject.org. 

Meet at the Emerson Cultural Center located at 111 S. Grand Avenue

Funding for the first church structure was organized by William White Alderson, John Bozeman being the first to donate $25. William Beall built the frame structure and the first service was held on July 28, 1867. Being the first church in town, all denominations used it alternately. Soon the Methodists had their own building, then the Episcopalians, and then the Catholics. We’ll visit these early churches and give you the history behind their building and the politics each played in the building of Bozeman.

 

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2 thoughts on ““In Praise of Bozeman” Bozeman’s Historic Churches

  1. I would love to come on this tour ( and others) but I don’t see when…the date or time

    *deb & Johnny * *Sherer*

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