The Cottonwood Church
North Havre, Montana
Built circle 1912
Originally built as a one-room schoolhouse, in 1922 a group of Norwegian settlers bought the building and began what would become known as the Cottonwood Lutheran Church. It continued to serve the people of the prairie until the 1950s, when it sadly closed its doors. A century later, the structure still stands as a testament to the faithful dedication of the early settlers of this region.
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