Lincoln, Montana is a small town between Missoula and Great Falls on State Highway 200. The community’s origins date back to 1865 when gold was discovered in Abe Lincoln Gulch. A K-8 school for the community was formed soon after the discovery.
In 1982 grades 9 through 12 were added to the existing Lincoln Public School District (which was grades K-8). Today the school has about 170 students in Kindergarten through senior high school.
Lincoln’s neighboring towns are Helena (about 60 miles south), Missoula (about 80 miles west) and Great Falls (about 86 miles east). The current year-around population is about 1,100 to 1,300 people. The community is located on the edge of the Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wilderness. Hunting, fishing, ranching, tourism, and forest products serve as the economic base for the community.
For more information about Lincoln, visit the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Website at http://www.lincolnmontana.com/
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