ABOUT BEAR BONES HISTORIANS

We're changing perceptions of Jews and native peoples in the West.

In this exhibit, we are presenting a history that connects the viewer to stories of the Jews that settled in Montana and the original inhabitants of the region, the Bitterroot Salish. As you experience this exhibit, we hope you learn about important lives and peoples and what it took to build our communities. 

 

With a donation to BearBones historians, you're helping discover and preserve the history of remarkable Jews that settled the northwestern United States. Thank you.

 

Questions: contact@bearboneshistorians.org

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Our objective is to bring Leiser's Footsteps exhibit to museums around the NW United States. 

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Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library is hosting

Leiser's Footsteps museum exhibit until June, 2022

 

We are looking forward to launching our new exhibit called: From Gold to Granite in the Winter of 2022. 

This is an exploration of Jews during the Gold Rush period.