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Pompey's Pillar is an unincorporated community in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. It was founded in 1907 at the site of a famous natural landmark where William Clark had inscribed his name in July 1806. The village was planned as a railroad station within the Huntley Project, an irrigation project managed by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. A Catholic church and a Union Congregational church once existed in the village. The Northern Pacific Railroad connected the settlement to Billings, about 29 miles southwest. Pompeys Pillar National Monument was created in 2001. The site is controlled by the National Park Service.
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