Selections From The North American Indian by E.S. Curtis

Edward Curtis was born in 1868 and grew up in poor in rural Minnesota. His youthful interest in photography led him to construct his first camera at age twelve and learn how to process prints, thus embarking on his lifelong photographic career. At seventeen he apprenticed to a photographer in

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The Bison Exhibition Reimagined!

The C.M. Russell Museum has reimagined the institution’s permanent exhibition, The Bison: American Icon, Heart of Plains Indian Culture, which was temporarily closed due to the August 2016 flood. Originally installed in 2008, this exhibition initially took three years to plan and was awarded grants from both the National Endowment

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Audubon’s Quadrupeds: His Last Project

Audubon’s Quadrupeds: His Last Project—on view at the C.M. Russell Museum  from May 1 through September 11, 2016—showcases the elaborate and detailed lithographs of famed naturalist John James Audubon. This exhibition features prints from Audubon’s last work, the Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America. Best known for his groundbreaking work inThe Birds

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Going to the Sun: Artists in Glacier National Park

  Share your story of Glacier National Park on social media! Use the hashtag #myglacierstory to tag your photos. (Make sure they are set public so we can see them!) We may share your story in the museum and on our website. The C.M. Russell Museum is proud to present a

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