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Bob Leavitt

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After delivering their cattle to the Train Rail head, or end of the trail, most of the Cowboys from Texas would return to Texas. But some liked the place where they ended up, and decided to stay and settle down. One of those Cowboys was Bob Leavitt. Bob Leavitt had worked for the XIT Ranch in Montana for many years, and when he hung up his spurs and rope, he settled near Mile City, Montana, on a windswept plain. He set up his own business. He opened up a Saloon, called "Bob’s Saloon-Golden Grain Belt Beers". There seems to be very little information available on Bob Leavitt. if you have more information on Bob Leavitt, Please let us know.


photo of Bob Leveitt's Sloon

This is a picture of Bob Leavitt's Saloon out on the plains near Miles City, Montana. In the late1800's.



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