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Shop the Museum

To shop the museum store please fill out and return our Order Form or call (406) 728-3476 #4. Order forms should be mailed to:

Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
3400 Captain Rawn Way
Missoula, MT 59804-7207
or Faxed to # 406-543-6277

All orders require shipping and handling charge of $10 for the first item and $5 for each additional item.

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90% cotton, 10% polyester, grey, with black & white photo of the 25th Infantry Black Bicycle Corps at Fort Missoula.

Youth S-XL - $12
Close out Price! $5 for one and $8 for 2!

Iron Riders

$12.95. Written by George Niels Sorensen, Iron Riders tells the story of the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps stationed at Fort Missoula in the 1890's. It examines the role black men played in the United States military, the attitudes leading up to the bicycle experiment, the Western setting in which the troops were stationed, and the rapid changes taking place in America at the time.

The Military History of Fort Missoula

$4.95. This is the story of Fort Missoula from 1877 to 1947; from the Nez Perce War to the Black Bicycle Corps to CCC regional camp, to the Alien Detention Center (1941-1944) to Army Disciplinary Barracks (1944-1946).

An Alien Place

$14.95. The history of how the quiet college town of Missoula, Montana, nestled in the shadow of a mountain range at the confluence of the Clark Fork, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot Rivers, came to house more than a thousand Italian aliens and another thousand Japanese men whose loyalties were suspect.

Missoula The Way it Was

$19.95. The history of Missoula has all the color one would imagine a western town to have. It began with a small trading post established for trade with the Indians, where in two years there were 10 violent deaths out of a population of 14. The exciting life of Missoula was enhanced by the soldiers stationed at Fort Missoula, Chinese, Indians, Vigilantes, Lewis and Clark, jail breaks, the founding of the university, train robberies, and more.

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