“a monument to the men & women of Montana”
The Great Montana Centennial Cattle Drive Monument 1889-1989 Sculptors: Lyle E Johns, Dale E Wood This monument is dedicated to the men and women of MOntana past and present. The Centenial Cattle Drive originated in Roundup, Montana September 4, 1989 with cattle herds numbering several thousand and riders from every corner of the state and beyond. It concluded September 9, 1990 near the Yellowstone River. The creation of the monument was made possible by the financing and marketing efforts of O'Jay Vanegas, President of Montana Fine Arts, Inc. and all those who supported this projecxt through the purchase of bronze replicas. On September 9, 1989 the Great Montana Centennial Cattle Drive Monument was donated by Montana Fine Arts, Inc to Latigo Corporation, who then placed it in the city of Billings.
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