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A little history of Saltese

"SALTESE (Mineral County) is a mining town almost on the Idaho border and named in honor of Chief Saltese, a Nez Perce leader from the area. Saltese, whose main street and railroad tracks strung out along a narrow canyon, was a supply point for the many small silver and gold mines in the nearby mountains. As a gesture of Western hospitality, Saltese use to keep the doors of its small jail  open as a welcome to weary hoboes (Montana, A Guide Book). The town was first known as Silver City but renamed in 1891. Even before the silver boom, the site was known to packers, trappers, and prospectors, who called it Packer's Meadow. It was a good campground and stopping place on the difficult trail to the Mullan Road. The post office opened in 1892 with Presley T. Lomas as postmaster."

Extracted from the book, "Names on the Face of Montana: The Story of Montana's Place Names," by Roberta Carkeek Cheney, first published in 1983, Seventh Printing June, 2000 by Mountain Press Publishing Company of Missoula, MT. ISBN 0-87842-150-5. Page 238: