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Speaker to detail history of 'Little Scotland' in county

Oct 4, 2015 From staff reports

John Finley, local rancher and historian, will give a presentation titled "Little Scotland" on Thursday in Dubois.

The discussion will provide information on the earliest homesteaders on the East Fork. Audience members will learn about the Duncans, Speirs, Campbells, Bains, McKissocks, Muirs and more who moved from Ayrshire, Scotland, to create a town called Duncan "on the road between Lander and Dubois."

This free program begins at 7 p.m. at the Dennison Lodge, 909 W. Ramshorn, in Dubois. It is the eighth and final presentation in the museum's speaker series for the year.

The Dubois Museum's next event will be "Jammin' at the Dennison" on Oct. 25.

For more information, call the museum at 455-2284.

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Rancher and historian John Finley will give a presentation on

Rancher and historian John Finley will give a presentation on "Little Scotland" at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Dennison Lodge in Dubois. The free program is the eighth and final presentation in the museum's speaker series for the year. Dubois Museum photo


Rancher and historian John Finley will give a presentation on

Rancher and historian John Finley will give a presentation on "Little Scotland" at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Dennison Lodge in Dubois. The free program is the eighth and final presentation in the museum's speaker series for the year. Dubois Museum photo

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