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General Information

Dated Saturday, Oct 16, 1867—

Another Embryo City.  

Editor Post:  At a citizens’ meeting held in this place Oct. 16, 1867, the following resolutions were passed: 

Resolved, That this town shall here-after be known and designated as Radersburg.

Resolved, That the Secretary of the meeting be and is hereby requested to forward a copy of these resolutions to the Rocky Mountain Gazette and Montana Post, with a request that they be published.                               S. W. Childs, Sec’y.

P.S.  Radersburg is situated in the center of what is generally known as the Crow Creek mines, one mile above the crossing of Crow Creek and the Helena and Gallatin Road.  The town is increasing in size rapidly, and the mines are believed to be extensive.  A ditch will be completed on Saturday the 19th inst.  S.W.C.

Radersburg, Jefferson Co., M.T., Oct. 17, ‘67.

History of Radersburg

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