A Narrative History of the Montana Heritage Project

Students and Community Members Revisit a Previous Community Self Study

Jeff Gruber

Libby High School


Students met with community residents over a ten-week period for a community self study based on the Montana Study conducted in the 1950s. Working as a team, students and community members researched and discussed Libby topics such as histories of the town, its churches, schools and businesses; the impact of the natural world on the way people work and recreate; the town’s economic connections to the state and the nation; modern influences and how they are changing the community; and ways to make life in Libby better. Students have archived Libby photographs and have worked to restore badly damaged images.

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