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Montana Legacy Essays on History, People, and Place

ISBN-10: 091729890X
ISBN-13: 9780917298905
Edition: 2002
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Description: A rich and varied tapestry, Montana Legacy looks at the people, cultures, places, and events that shaped present-day Montana from Plentywood to Butte, Great Falls to Virginia City, and Billings to Browning. Designed to make readers think about  More...

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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Montana Historical Society Press
Publication date: 9/1/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 392
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

A rich and varied tapestry, Montana Legacy looks at the people, cultures, places, and events that shaped present-day Montana from Plentywood to Butte, Great Falls to Virginia City, and Billings to Browning. Designed to make readers think about Montana history in a new way, this anthology features 16 essays chosen for their relevance, readability, and scholarship. The volume's editors--all well-known Montana historians--carefully selected topics, from the fur trade to power deregulation, that range across two centuries and expose Montana's cultural and geographical diversity.

HARRY WILLIAM FRITZ is Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Montana, Missoula.

Mary Murphy has published several children's books, including I LIKE IT WHEN, which won the Parenting Magazine Gold Medal. She lives in Dublin, Ireland.

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Preface
Marvelous Figures, Astonished Travelers: The Montana Expedition of Maximilian, Prince of Wied
Army Allies or Tribal Survival?: The "Other Indians" in the 1876 Campaign
From Kwangtung to the Big Sky: The Chinese Experience in Frontier Montana
Hogan's Army: "A Petition with Boots On"
The Orange and the Green in Montana: A Reconsideration of the Clark-Daly Feud
Crown of the Continent, Backbone of the World: The American Wilderness Ideal and Blackfeet Exclusion from Glacier National Park
"Women's Matters": Birth Control, Prenatal Care, and Childbirth in Rural Montana, 1910-1940
"A Paper of, by and for the People": The Producers News and the Farmers' Movement in Northeastern Montana, 1918-1937
Bootlegging Mothers and Drinking Daughters: Gender and Prohibition in Butte, Montana
The Great Falls Home Front during World War II
Creating a New Community in the North: Mexican Americans of the Yellowstone Valley
"A Tough Place to Live": The 1959 Montana State Prison Riot
Jim Crow, Indian Style
Troubled Bundles, Troubled Blackfeet: The Travail of Cultural and Religious Renewal
Pennies from Hell: In Montana, the Bill for America's Copper Comes Due
Montana in the Twenty-first Century
Bibliographic Essay
Credits
Index

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