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The Montana Historical Society (http://www.his.state.mt.us/) preserves and promotes the state’s cultural heritage. Programs of interest include:
State Historic Preservation Office (http://www.his.state.mt.us/shpo/default.asp) – provides assistance in identifying and protecting historic properties, archaeological sites, burial places, and other cultural sites in the state. The Montana Antiquities Database contains cultural resource information on known cultural resources in the state. The online mapping program, Natural Resource Information System Digital Atlas of Montana (http://maps2.nris.mt.gov/mapper/), can help you identify natural, historic and cultural resources in a specified area.
Montana State Archives (http://montanadigitalarchives.com/) – identifies, preserves, and makes accessible records (such as census records, military records, family histories, and various county, state and federal records) and other documents that can help you research your special sites.