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Pompeys Pillar Paperweight
  • Pompeys Pillar Paperweight
  • Pompeys Pillar Paperweight

This item is currently back ordered and is expected in stock by June 30.

  • 3 1/4 inch diameter
  • Cast in fine pewter
  • Felt backing
  • With soft fleece pouch
  • In clear-vinyl covered box
Place Name: Pompeys Pillar
Historic Elevation: 2997.63 ft.
Coordinates: N45° 59’ 43” W108° 00’ 17”
Location: Pompeys Pillar National Monument, Montana, USA
MarkerSleuth Photo Contributor: Jeff Conderman
Twenty-five miles northeast of Billings, Montana rests the large sandstone formation known as Pompeys Pillar. The Pillar was visited by Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition on July 25, 1806. Captain Clark etched his name and the date on the rock which is the last visible, physical evidence of the Expedition.  It also contains many Native American petroglyphs, suggesting that area has been inhabited by humans for around 11,000 years.