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St. Ignatius is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Lake County, Montana. Situated at the base of the Mission Mountains in western Montana, the town was formed around the St. Ignatius Mission, founded in 1854 by Father Pierre-Jean De Smet and Father Adrian Hoecken. The current mission church, now a National Historic Site, was built by American Indians and Jesuit missionaries in 1891, using bricks from local clay. Attractions near St. Ignatius include an Amish community just north of town, the National Bison Range Wildlife Refuge west of town, and the Mission Mountains. Accessed by US Highway 93, St. Ignatius is northeast of Ravalli and south of Post Creek and Allentown.


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