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Welcome To Ingomar




Welcome  To Ingomar





Ingomar, Montana off of Hwy 12.

Ingomar, might not classify as a true ghost town, but it is at least a first cousin of one ! If I had known that I was going to waste a day waiting for the rain to stop and the sun to burn off the low hanging clouds at Glacier National Park, would have rented a room at the " Bunk and Biscuit " and waited it out here. Also would have waited as long as it took for the owner of Jersey Lillys to show up. Their business hours are a lot like mine ...........flexible!

It might not be as good as getting inside but I do have photos of Jersey Lillys taken through the windows............ Tomorrow !

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Upon completion of the Milwaukee Railroad in 1910, Ingomar became the hub of commerce in an area bounded by the Missouri River to the north, the Musselshell River to the west, and the Yellowstone River to the south and east. Ingomar was an ideal location for a railhead and shipping center for the thousands of acres between the Yellowstone and the Missouri Rivers. The townsite was platted in 1910 by the railroad and named by railroad officials. The depot was completed in 1911.
Contributing to the growth of the area north to the Missouri and south to the Yellowstone was the Homestead Act of 1862, later amended to give settlers 320 acres of land, which, if proved up in five years, became their own. The railroad advertised the area as "Freeland" and was responsible for bringing settlers into the area.

Ingomar was also the sheep shearing center to the migratory sheepmen using the free spring, summer, and fall grass. Ingomar became the site of the world's largest sheep shearing and wool shipping point. Two million pounds of wool a year were shipped from Ingomar during the peak years. Shearing pens in Perth, Australia, were designed using the Ingomar pens as a model. Wool was stored in the wool warehouse located adjacent to the shearing pens and shipped out by rail through 1975 when the wool warehouse was sold to William Magelssen. Rail service was discontinued in 1980.
Between 1911 and 1917, there were an average of 2500 homestead filings per year in this area. The post office was established in 1910, with Si Sigman as postmaster. Ingomar soon became a bustling town of 46 businesses, including a bank, two elevators, two general stores, two hotels (of which, one remains), two lumber yards, rooming houses, saloons, cafes, drug store, blacksmith shop, claims office, doctor, dentist, maternity home, and various other essential services.
To the northeast of the townsite is what remains of Trout Lake, a body of water impounded by the embankment of the railroad, which provided boating and swimming in summer, skating in winter, and a source of ice that was cut, harvested, and stored in three icehouses to provide summer refrigeration.
Fires, drought, and depression have wreaked havoc on this community over the years. The dreams of homesteaders vanished as rain failed to come in quantities to assure a crop with sufficient frequency to enable them to make a living. A reluctance to abandon the town has kept it alive through the devastating fire of 1921, which destroyed a large portion of it. Some businesses rebuilt, but others moved on.











Jacob's Cattle Beans




Jacob's Cattle Beans





Baked beans are a true Maritime tradition. Before refrigeration foods that could be dried and stored were critically important. Baked beans would have been a staple part of the diet of the residents in a community like Annapolis Royal. These Jacob's Cattle Beans have been soaked overnight but they have not been boiled. These traditional speckled beans are a family favorite.









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