Hill County, Montana

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My name is Amber Carter and I am the Hill County Coordinator.
Please email me if you have information to add to this website.

Last update: January 3, 2019

The first European-American settlement in what was to become Hill County
was Fort Assinniboine, first garrisoned by the United States Army in 1879.
Fifteen of the original 104 structures from the fort are still standing.

Hill County was established on February 28, 1912 from Chouteau County.
It was named after James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern Railway
Company, which built the rail line across Montana as part of the Transcontinental
Railroad to the Pacific coast. The county seat is Havre.

Be sure to check Chouteau County if you are looking for someone you
believe may have been in this area before 1912.
All the records, in most cases stayed with the parent county.

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Hill County Links


City Map of Havre

Fort Assinniboine

Havre Area Schools

Havre Churchs

Havre Web Site

Hill County City Links

Hill County History


Montana State University Northern

Post Offices

Hill Co. Cemetery District Records

Hill County Family Pages

Inman Family


Rocky Boy Reservation

History of Rocky Boy Reservation

Rocky Boy Reservation Information

More Rocky Boy Reservation Information

Chippewa Cree Tribal Council

Rocky Boy 1930 Federal Census

Stone Child College

Surrounding Counties

Chouteau County

Blaine County

Liberty County

Information Resources

Billings Gazette Online Vitals

Havre Daily News

Hill County Courthouse:
Clerk and Recorder
315 4th Street
Havre, Montana 59501-3999 
Telephone: 406-265-5481, extension 21 or 22

Clerk of District Court
315 4th Street
Havre, MT 59501-3999 
Telephone: 406-265-5481, Extension 23-25

Havre-Hill County Library
 402 3rd St
Havre, Montana 59501-3644 
Telephone: 406-265-2123

Vande Bogart Library University of Montana -- Northern

Other Useful Links

Cyndi's List Montana Newspapers
Montana State Song Shodair Children's Hospital
Montana Place Names Montana Libraries
Montana Books & Media Montana Surname Registry
Montana State Historical Society Montana Military History
Montana State Vital Records Montana Native American History

Books and Microfilm

First Episcopalian Church Records, Havre 
Hill County Miscellaneous Death Records
Tall in the Saddle: the Long George Francis story 1874 - 1920 (Havre)
Tumbleweeds and Tar Paper Shacks

January 2016
This site is maintained by: Amber Carter
Hill County Coordinator
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