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Bannack, MT - Skinners Saloon

This building, originally built on Yankee Flats was moved to Bannack in 1863. Owned by Cyrus Skinner, a known outlaw and suspected gang member of the Innocents Gang, the saloon quickly became one of the wildest places in town. During its heydays, there were a number of shootouts in the saloon, including one where a bullet went astray, punched through the wall, and killed a woman across the street. On another occasion, two gamblers in a dispute, drew their guns and blasted rounds at each other. Though neither gambler was killed, a bullet killed a drunk man who was passed out on the floor. Photo byKathy Weiser-Alexander.
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Bannack, MT - Skinners Saloon