July 22, 2014
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A group of Japanese railroad workers along the Milwaukee Road route in Montana. A number of Japanese workers were also based in Avery, Idaho. Photos courtesy of Montana Historical Society
Aug. 12, 2007 in Features on Page D1
From 1907 through 1909, the Milwaukee Road blasted a route through the Bitterroots, into the Inland Northwest and onward to Puget Sound. Today, you can explore the most spectacular section …
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