Located near Lincoln, Montana, the Alice Creek Historic District was included as part of the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.  Although no buildings remain in the district, there is evidence of foundations of forts and structures, along with a few rock cairns and a stone Celtic cross.  Two cairns are believed to be Native American in origin, as this area was used as a traverse point for 5,000 years by Native Americans.  The main trail in the area, “Road to the Buffalo Trail” or the Cokahlarishkit Trail, cuts through the district. 

Kayde E. Kaiser | Univeristy of Montana | Geography Department