Road to the Buffalo gets new signs

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  • New Road to the Buffalo signs are fabricated and installed by Casey Steinke, left, owner of Top Sign & Graphics of Helena. Steinke was helped by his brother. Each sign panel tells a different part of the early history of Sanders County, starting with David Thompson and the fur trade in 1809, and ending with the arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the early 1880s. (Photo provided)

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    Each Road to the Buffalo interpretive sign has different information related to its location. The historical route mostly followed present day Montana 200. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • New Road to the Buffalo signs are fabricated and installed by Casey Steinke, left, owner of Top Sign & Graphics of Helena. Steinke was helped by his brother. Each sign panel tells a different part of the early history of Sanders County, starting with David Thompson and the fur trade in 1809, and ending with the arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the early 1880s. (Photo provided)

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    Each Road to the Buffalo interpretive sign has different information related to its location. The historical route mostly followed present day Montana 200. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

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