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This eight-mile side trip takes you through the historic town of Marengo.

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A settlement started in 1853 by Louis Raboin, a French-Canadian who married a Flathead Indian. He was small and lively and local Native Americans nicknamed him Maringouin, a French slang term for mosquito. Later the name was twisted to Marengo and given to the settlement. A score of buildings were centered around a gas station, a schoolhouse, and a general store. In 1877, the Grange erected a flour mill here,...

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