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The Lewistown Public Library, in Lewistown, Montana provides free and equal access to quality materials and services, which fulfill the educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the entire community. The Lewistown Public Library was built as a Carnegie library in 1905. Local sandstone was used to construct the Library. A lower level addition to the library was completed in 1990.

The library is proud to offer a large local and Montana history collection as well as an extensive genealogy area that is preserved and assembled by the Central Montana Genealogy Society. The Genealogy Society is housed in the library and focuses on information regarding Central Montana and its past.

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