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Location: W. Oak Street
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Bozeman - Montana
Gallatin County. Photo © Mark Visser

Area Information
Bozeman is a town Gallatin County, Montana, located in southwest Montana,
History: The city is named after John M. Bozeman who established the Bozeman Trail and was a founder of the town in August 1864.
In 1863 John Bozeman, along with a partner named John Jacobs, opened the Bozeman Trail, a new northern trail off the Oregon Trail leading to the mining town of Virginia City through the Gallatin Valley and the future location of the city of Bozeman.
Bozeman receives a steady influx of new residents and visitors in part due to its plentiful recreational activities such as fly fishing, hiking, whitewater kayaking, and mountain climbing. Additionally, Bozeman is a gateway community through which visitors pass on the way to Yellowstone National Park and its abundant wildlife and thermal features. The showcasing of spectacular scenery and the western way of life the area received from films set nearby, such as A River Runs Through It and The Horse Whisperer, have also served to draw people to the area.
Bozeman is home to Montana State University.
Resources: Wikipedia

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