Award-winning historian and author Ken Robison will be at The History Museum on October 10th with a presentation on his latest book “Montanans in the Great War: Open Warfare Over There.” Join us for this free event in the Ozark Club at the museum located at 422 2nd street south in Great Falls, MT.

Ken illuminates the story of young and vibrant Montanans of all ethnicities as they fought for elusive democracy, at home and abroad, in this world war to end all wars. His extensive research explores the experiences of soldiers, nurses and other individuals; a portion based on archival documents preserved at Cascade County Historical Society [The History Museum].

A free reception hosted by Great Fall’s American Legion Posts 3 and 341 will begin at 5:30 P.M. followed by a presentation featuring Robison, his research, questions and answers session and a book signing.

This event is free to the public. Donations encouraged.

For more information please contact The History Museum at 406-452-3462 or kscott@thehistorymuseum.org

October 10th, 2019

5:30 – 7:30 PM

History Museum | 422 2nd Street South, Great Falls, Montana