Title: Bibliography of Montana Local Histories
Date: 1977
Source: Published by Montana Library Association in cooperation with the University of Montana Library
Notes: This list contains many rare local history books which we know Ted K read some of at his local library in Lincoln because he would mention them in his letters.

    Front Matter




    Bibliographic entries





      Joint Authors


Montana Local Histories



Published by Montana Library Association in cooperation with the University of Montana Library, 1977

Front Matter


The Local History Committee of the Montana Library Association first began a compilation of local histories in Montana in the 1960's. The result was not publishable. In 1973, another attempt was begun under the direction of then Chairman, John Mason, former cataloger of the Montana Historical Society. The bibliography was to be a list of published histories of towns, counties, and regions of Montana, including newspaper special editions. Not included were general Montana histories, newspapers, biographies, theses, unpublished manuscript materials including WPA livestock files, and Indian and archeological material. This bibliography is the result of those efforts at compilation and those guidelines have been followed as closely as possible, allowing for individual interpretation.

The collections of twelve libraries were selected for inclusion in the bibliography. They are Montana Historical Society Library, University of Montana Library, Montana State University Library, Eastern Montana College Library, Western Montana College Library, Northern Montana College Library, Carroll College Library, College of Great Falls Library, Parmley Billings Public Library, Great Falls Public Library, Lewis and Clark County Library, and Missoula CityCounty Public Library. Each item in the list includes a code notation for the libraries which hold that item. All the libraries were polled concerning their local history collections for imprints prior to mid-1975. The University of Montana, Montana State University and Montana Historical Society collections were the only ones polled for the late 1975 and 1976 imprints. Because only three libraries were polled for the 1976 materials, the compilers feel that the bibliography is by no means complete. The other libraries certainly hold many of the 1976 materials. Also, because of the numbers of local histories produced in conjunction with the Bicentennial, some materials were not included either for lack of complete bibliographic information or simply because we have not been made aware of them.

The compilers also feel that the original list of libraries should have been enlarged. At the time the selection was made, the thinking was that most of the materials available would be located in these libraries. As a result of the poll and four years of talking to people about the project, other libraries could have been included.

In an attempt to make the bibliography as useful as possible, it has five indexes; community, county, locale, joint authors or in the case of title entry, any connected group or individual, and subject.

Another edition is in the planning stages. We wou-d appreciate any comments concerning the structure oF the bibliography or the indexes and any additions to the list that were overlooked in this edition. They may be sent to Minnie Paugh at the ’’ontana State University Library or Kathv Schaefer at the University of Montana Library.

One final note. The compilers would like to thank all the librarians who contributed to the effort. It would have been a more difficult job without their assistance. A special thanks to Dale Johnson for volunteering to type the manuscript.


Bibliographic entries

Index, cities

Index, counties

Index, locales

Index, joint authors

Index, subjects

In the index, towns and cities are included in the county listing except for Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls, Helena and Missoula histories which deal primarily with the town.


MtU University of Montana, Missoula

MtHi Montana Historical Society, Helena MtBC Montana State University, Bozeman

EMC Eastern Montana College, Billings

WMC Western Montana College, Dillon

NMC Northern Montana College, Havre

MtHC Carroll College, Helena

CGF College of Great Falls , Great Falls

PBL Parmley Billings Library, Billings

L&C Lewis and Clark County Library, Helena

GFP Great Falls Public Library, Great Falls

MPL Missoula City-County Public Library, Missoula

Bibliographic entries

1. Aasheim, Magnus. Sheridan's daybreak; a story of Sheridan County and its pioneers. Compiled and collated by Magnus Aasheim. (Plentywood, Mt.) Sheridan County Historical Association, 1970.
1007 p. ill. index MtBC MtU MtHi MPL PBL L&C GFP

  1. Allison, Janet S. Trial and triumph; 101 years in north central Montana. Chinook, Mt., North Central Montana Cow Belles (1968) 211 p. ill. index biblio

  2. An American community: Hysham and Treasure County, Montana. Hvsham, Mt., Hysham High School, (1963?) 48 leaves MtBC

  3. American Revolution Bicentennial Committee of Golden Valley County, Mt. Bicentennial, Golden Valley County: heritage '76. Roundup, Mt., printed by the Roundup Record-Tribune (1975)
    30 p. ill. map MtBC MtU MtHi

  4. Anaconda copper etchings; diamond jubilee: 1883-1958. (Butte, Mt., n.p., 1958)
    p. ill. map MtHi MtBC

  5. Anderson, Clarence Richard. Helena earthquakes; a story of the earthquakes that rocked Helena, Montana and vicinity, in the fall of 1935, together with the attempts of science to explain it all, and a short history of the city. By C. R. Anderson and M. P. Martinson. Helena, Mt., printed by Independent Pub. Co., C1936.
    129 p. ill. MtU MtHC MPL

  6. Anderson, Edna V. History of Lewistown, Montana, (n.p.) 1943.
    v. unpaged MtHi MtBC

  7. Andrew, Berenice M. Hellgate, 1860, the beginning of Missoula, Montana. Missoula, Mt., County Supt. of Schools, 1957.
    9 leaves MPL

  8. Annin, James T, They gazed on the Beartooths. Billings, Reporter Printing and Supply, 1964.
    3 v. ill. index MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL L&C GFP

  9. Anniversary album of the Scobev community, Daniels County, Montana, 1913-1948. A picture story of its pioneers, its progress, its present. Scobev, Mt., 1948.
    94 leaves ill. MtBC MtHi

  10. Arlee High School. American History Class. A history of Arlee. Arlee, Mt., The Class, 1973. (Missoula, Mountain Press) 1973.
    71 p. ill. MtHi MtU

  11. Bain, Lewis L. Northwestern Montana territorial centennial program book. Edited by Lewis L. Bain, Robert P. Robertson, and Robert R. Reynolds.
    Kalispell, Mt., (n.p., 1964)
    102 p. ill. MtHi

  12. Baker, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. Golden jubilee, 1908-1958. Baker, Mt., (n.p.) 1958.
    40 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  13. (Baker) Fallon County Times. Golden jubilee edition. June 19, 1958.
    1 v. ill. MtHi MtBC

  14. Banfill, W. H. Junction City, haven of bullwhackers, trappers and soldiers, witnessed many dramatic episodes. Yellowstone ghost city was long rendez-vous of adventurers. Billings, Mt., Billings Gazette, Feb. 1, 1931.
    1 v. PBL

  15. Barrows, John R. Ubet. Caldwell, Id., Caxton Printers, 1934.
    278 p. ill. PBL EMC MtU MPL MtBC

  16. Barsness, Larry. Gold camp; Alder Gulch and Virginia City, Montana. New York, Hastings House, 1962.
    312 p. index MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL L&C

  17. Bateman, Bob. Big Blackfoot Railway. Deer Lodge, Platen Press, 1976.
    60 p. ill. maps MtU MtHi

  18. Baucus, Jean. Helena; her historic homes. Text by Jean Baucus; illustrations by Gayle Shanahan.

  19. Bozeman, Mt., Color World of Montana, 1976.
    1 v. unpaged ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  20. Beals, Ralph L. Glorious Glacier, the early history of Glacier National Park, by Ralph L. Beals, Donald H. Robinson and James Willard Schultz. (n.p., n.d.) 30 p. ill. MPL

  21. Bearss, Edwin C. Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Montana-Wyoming: history basic data. Office of History and Historic Architecture, Eastern Service Center, National Park Service; Government Printing Office, 1970.
    2 v. ill. maps PBL MtU MtBC

  22. Beaverhead, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. Industrial survey of Dillon, Montana, county seat of Beaverhead. Diamond jubilee edition. Dillon, Mt., (1955?)
    17 leaves MtBC MtHi

  23. Belgrade Journal. Special edition. November 25, 1909.
    v. various pagings ill.
    MtHi MtBC

  24. Belgrade Journal. Special edition. December 3, 1914.
    v. various pagings ill.

  25. Belgrade Journal. Special edition. May 29, 1924.
    v. various pagings ill.

  26. Bell, Edward Janes. Homesteading in Montana, 1911¬1923; life in the Blue Mountain country. Bozeman, Mt., Big Sky Books, 1975.
    68 p. ill. maps biblio.
    MtU MtHi

  27. Bell, William S. Old Fort Benton, what it was and how it came to be. Helena, Mt., (n.p.) 1909.
    31 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MtHC MPL PBL L&C

  28. Bennett, Edward Earl. The Congregational Church in Missoula, 1891-1966, a chronological sketch.
    (Seventy-fifth anniversary). (Missoula, Mt., Mountain Press, 1966?)
    46 p. ill. MtU

  29. Bennett, Edward Earl. One hundred years of Masonic history, 1868-1968, Missoula Lodge, No. 13, A. F.
    & A. M. (Missoula, Mt., Delaney's, 1969)
    69 p. ill. MPL MtBC MtU

  30. Berry, Gerald L. The Whoop-up trail; Alberta-Montana relationships. Edmonton, Applied Arts Products, 1°53. 143 p. ill. index biblio.

  31. Berthold, Mary Paddock, Big Hold journal: notes and excerpts. Detroit, Hario Press, cl973.
    215 p. biblio. MPL MtU MtBC MtHi PBL L&C

  32. Berthold, Mary Paddock. Turn here for the Big Hole. Detroit, Hario Press, (cl970)
    206 p. biblio. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL WMC

  33. Bertino, Belvina Williamson. The scissorbills, a true storv of Montana's homesteaders. New York, Vantage, 1976.
    194 p. ill. biblio. MtU MtHi MtBC

  34. Bicentennial Committee, Bonner School. A grassroots tribute: the story of Bonner, Montana. Missoula, Mt. Gateway Printing, c.1976.
    108 p. ill. index biblio.
    MPL MtU MtHi

  35. Big Sandy, Montana community history. (n.p., n.d.)
    v. map MtBC

  36. Billings Gazette. Big Horn County iubilee edition. Billings , Mt., 1937.
    16 p. illus. MtU MtBC MtHi

  37. _____ . _____ . Billings and Yellowstone Cov.nty. Mid-
    smnniGr number of the Billings Gazette, 10th year, 189^ 1 v. PBL

  38. _____ . _____ . Excerpts concerning the early history oi

  39. Billings, written for the Gazette and Journal anniversary edition by James R. Goss and others. Billings, 1914.
    v. various pagings PBL MtU

  40. _____ . _____ . Forts and trails of old Montana and
    Wyoming! (Billings, Mt., n.d.) 56 o. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi PBL GFP

  41. _____ . _____ . Greater Midland Empire edition.

  42. Billings, Mt., 1933.
    5 parts in portfolio ill.

  43. _____ . _____ . History makers of Montana and Wyoming.

  44. (Billings, Mt.) May 26, 1962.
    72 p. ill. MtBC MtHi MtU PBL

  45. _____ . _____ . Illustrated historical edition. Oct.
    1 v. PBL

  46. _____ . _____ . Modern Billings edition: Tuesday,
    Sept. 3, 1940. Billings, Mt., 1940 1 v. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  47. _____ . _____ . Progress parade: 75 years. Billings,
    1885-1860. Billings - Why and how it grew. Billings, Mt., 1960. 1 v. ill. MtHi MtU MtBC

  48. _____ . _____ . Twentieth anniversary edition, 1905.
    1 v. MtU PBL

  49. _____ . _____ . Yellowstone Park centennial issue, 1972.
    1 v. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  50. Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company. The Bitter Root Valley, Montana. Chicago, Hamilton, Mt., (ca. 1907) 1 v. unpaged ill. MPL MtU

  51. Blaine County history, 1964; jubilee centennial edition. (Chinook, Mt.?, 1964)
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  52. Bond, Fred G. Flatboating on the Yellowstone, 1877. New York (Printed at the New York Public Library) 1925.
    22 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL

  53. Bozeman, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. Bozeman, Montana, gateway to Yellowstone National Park. (n.p., 1922) 16 p. MtU MtBC

  54. _____ . _____ . Gallatin Valley, Montana. (Bozeman,
    Mt., 1911?)
    p. ill. map MtBC

  55. Bozeman, Montana. First Presbyterian Church. First Presbyterian Church, Bozeman, Montana. Centennial edition, June 1872 - June 1972. Bozeman, Mt., 1972.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  56. _____ . _____ . Quarter centennial, 1872-1897.
    Hamilton-Springhill (n.d.)
    92 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  57. Bozeman Chronicle. One hundred years of progress, 1864-1964. August 9, 1964.
    48 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  58. _____ . _____ . Pioneer days: 90th anniversary
    edition^ TCugu s t 10, 1954.
    v. MtBC MtHi MtU

  59. _____ . _____ . 75th Montana State University anniver¬
    sary edition. February 14, 1968.
    16 p. MtU MtHi MtBC

  60. _____ . _____ . University special edition. September
    1 v. MtHi MtBC

  61. (Bozeman) Gallatin County Tribune. Progress edition, May, 1971.
    v. ill. MtBC MtHi MtU

  62. Bozeman Outlook League. Bozeman in the Rockies... (n.p . , n. d. )
    20 p. ill. MtBC

  63. Brimlow, George Francis, ed. Good old days in Montana Territory; reminiscences of the Harrington and Butcher families. Butte, Mt., McKee Printing Co., 1957.
    16 p. MtBC MPL MtU

  64. Brothers, Beverley J. Sketches of Walkerville: the high and the mighty. Butte, Mt., Ashton Printing and Engraving, C1973.
    83 p. ill. index MtBC MtHi MtU MPL CGF L&C GFP

  65. Browman, Audra. Nemissoolatakoo Valley, crossroads of western Montana: the early history of Missoula, compiled by Audra A. Browman. (Missoula, Mt., Browman, 1971.)
    10 leaves maps MtU

  66. Brown, Agnes L. Public high school education in Missoula, 1884-1955. (n.p.) Delta Kappa Gamma
    Sorority, 1970.
    127 p. ill. index MtU

  67. Brown, Kimberly Rice. Historical overview of the Dillon district. Boulder, Co., Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1975.
    177 p. ill. index MtU MtHi

  68. Brown, Mark Herbert. The plainsmen of the Yellowstone; a history of the Yellowstone Basin. New York, Putnam (1961) 480 p. ill. index biblio.

  69. Buchanan, Albyn. Seeing Miles City. (2d rev. ed.) Miles City, Mt., distributed by Foster Drug Co., (cl915)
    24 p. ill. MtU MtBC GFP

  70. Buchholtz, Curtis Walter. Man in Glacier. West Glacier, Mt., Glacier Natural History Association, Inc., 1976.
    88 p. ill. biblio. MtU MtHi MtBC

  71. Buell (H. S.) Land Co., Bozeman, Mt. Gallatin County, Montana, the granary of Montana, the Egypt of America. (Bozeman, Mt., 1908?) 32 p. ill. MtBC GFP

  72. Burlingame, Merrill Gildea. Gallatin century of progress. Bozeman, Mt., (Gallatin County Centennial Committee, Artcraft Printers) 1964.
    p. ill. index MtBC MtHi PBL
    Gallatin County heritage; a report on
    progress, 1805-1976. Bozeman, Mt., Gallatin County Bicentennial Committee, 1976.
    106 p. ill. biblio. MtU MtBC MtHi

  73. Butte Businessman's Association. Butte, Montana. Seattle, Wa., Facsimile reproduction, Shorey Book Store, 1967.
    31 p. ill. PBL MtU MtBC MPL L&C GFP

  74. Butte Bystander. The story of Butte. (Special number) Butte, Mt., (1897)
    v. ill. MtBC L&C

  75. Butte Daily Miner. Special edition, January 1, 1886.
    72 p. ill. MtU

  76. Butte Intermountain. Special editions. 1882/83--? MtHi MtBC

  77. Butte Miner. Semi-centennial edition, July 5, 1926.
    1 v. MtU MtHi MtBC

  78. Butte Miner, Special edition, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1896.
    1 v. MtU

  79. (Butte) Montana Standard. (Centennial edition) the Montana Standard and the Butte Daily Post, June 14 1964.
    v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  80. _____ . _____ . Diamond jubilee edition, June 13, 1Q54.

  81. _____ . _____ —1 v. ill” MtBC MtHi MPL MtU

  82. _____ . _____ . Governors; Conference edition, June 26, 1960“
    v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  83. _____ . _____ . Independence Day: home edition, June 47’193’9.
    v. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  84. Butte's heritage cookbook, edited by Jean McGrath, Butte, Mt., Butte-Silverbow Bicentennial Commission, 1976.
    p. ill. MtBC MtHi MtU

  85. Bye, John 0. Back trailing along the Little Missouri: early settlement of Capitol, Montana. (n.p., n.d.) 30 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  86. _____ . _____ . Back trailing in the heart of the short grass country. Everett, Wa., (n.p.) 1956.
    392 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi L&C WMC GFP

  87. Byerly, Ken. Central Montana's communities... yester¬day, today and tomorrow, by Ken Byerly. Phrtos by Scottie Byerly. Lewistown, Mt., Central Montana Publishing Co., (n.d.) 116 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  88. Campbell, William C. From the quarries of Last Chance Gulch; a "news-history" of Helena and its Masonic lodges. Compiled from the files of Helena news¬papers... plus some personal research. Helena, Mt., Record Publishing Co., (1951-1964) 2 v. ill. MtU PBL MPL MtBC

  89. Carbon County Montana; its resources and its future. (Red Lodge, Mt.) Republican Picket, 1909.
    72 p. ill. maps MtU

  90. Carling, Mary Ann. Butte commemorative: 1864-1974. Compiled by Marv Ann Carling. (Butte, Mt., n.p.) 1974.
    96 p. ill. MtU MtHi

  91. Carter, a new town making good. San Rafael, Ca., J. K. Castor, 1975.
    62 leaves ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  92. Cascade County, Montana. Extension service. Prairie pioneers; a narrative of Montana homestead days.
    (Great Falls, n.p., 1966)
    183 p. ill. MtHi MtBC GFP
    The Cathedral of St. Helena, bv Rt. Rev. Victor Day. Helena, Mt., Standard Publishing Co., cl938.
    2 v. in one ill. port. MtU MtHC

  93. Centennial Committee of Deer Lodge. Historical sketch of Deer Lodge City, Montana, commemorating "One hundred years of progress" in conjunction with the Montana Centennial. (Deer Lodge, Mt., n.p., 1964) 27 p. MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  94. Changing West, compiled by James and Mildred Speiser (and) Johnnie and Gertrude Gilman. Miles City, Mt., (n.p.) C1975.
    186 p. ill. MtBC PBL MtHi

  95. Charlton, Wavie. Cry of the homestead. (n.p.) 1976.
    107 p. ill. MtU

  96. (Chester) Liberty County Times. Times golden anniver¬sary issue, Feb. 23, 1956.
    56 p. ill. MtHi MtBC MtU

  97. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Co. Deer Lodge Valley. (Chicago, Ill., Poole Bros., 1913) 30 p. ill. MtBC MtU
    The Judith Basin, Fergus County,
    Montana^ (Chicago, Ill., Poole Bros., 1913) 18 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  98. _____ . _____ . The Musselshell Cotinty, Montana.

  99. (Chicago, Ill., Poole Bros., 1913) 22 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  100. _____ . _____ . The Smith River Valley, Meagher

  101. County, Montana. (Chicago, Ill., n.p., 1911?) 19 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  102. Chinook Opinion. Blaine County's fiftieth anniversary. August 23, 1962.
    10 p. MtHi MtBC

  103. _____ . _____ _ . Special edition. Dec. 26, 1401.
    v. (various pagings) MtHi MtBC

  104. Circle Banner. 50th anniversary edition. Nov. 27, 1964.
    p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  105. _____ . _____ . Golden jubilee celebration. Sept. 2, 9, and 16, 1955.
    8, 8, 8 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  106. Clarke, W. B. Dusting off the old ones. Miles City,
    Mt., (n.p . , 1963)
    158 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL
    The Coast. The Gallatin Valley, Montana....
    Seattle, Wa., The Coast Publishing Co., 1908.
    (14) p., p. (395-485), (7) p. ill.

  107. (Columbia Falls) Columbian. Special edition. Jan. 7, 1892.
    8 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  108. Columbus News. 75th anniversary edition. July 12, 1969.
    1 v. MtHi MtBC (Conrad) Independent-Observer. Anniversary record, 1919-1969. May 25, 1969.
    1 v. (various pagings) MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  109. _____ . _____ . Pondera pageant press. July 18-19,
    8 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  110. _____ . _____ . Whoop-up special. 1971.
    4 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  111. _____ . _____ . Whoop-up Trail days celebration edition. May 14" 1964.
    v. MtHi MtBC

  112. Cook, Charles W. The valley of the Upper Yellowstone;... as recorded by Charles W. Cook, David E. Folsom (and) William Peterson. Edited and with an intro¬duction by Aubrey L. Haines. Norman, Ok., University of Oklahoma Press, cl965.
    p. ill. maps ports. index

  113. Corlev, Patricia. The story of St. Mary's mission. (Oakland, Ca., Tribune Press, cl941) 29 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  114. Cotter, James A. These five valleys. Supplement to the Missoulian Bicentennial edition, Friday, July 2, 1976. (Missoula, Mt.), The Missoulian, 1976. 96 p. ill. indexed separately by MPL MPL MtU MtHi

  115. Cottonwood Home Demonstration Club. In the years gone by. (n.p., the author, 1964) 254 p. ill. no index, but good table of contents MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  116. Courage enough; Mon-Dak family histories, Richland County, Montana.... (Bismarck, N. D., Mondak Historical and Arts Society), cl975.
    1078 p. ill. maps index MtU MPL MtHi MtBC

  117. Criswell, George 0. Treasure County booster. Hysham, Mt., (n.p.) 1948.
    56 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  118. Culbertson diamond jubilee, 1887-1962: seventy-five years of progress. Culbertson, Mt., (n.p.), 1962. 1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP

  119. (Culbertson) Searchlight. Diamond jubilee edition, May 31, 1963.
    16 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  120. Cut Bank Pioneer Press. Anniversary edition: 46 years of publication, July 21, 1955.
    1 v. MtHi MtBC

  121. _____ . _____ . Glacier County to celebrate 50 years of progress in golden anniversary event, Oct. 9, 1969. 1 v. (various pagings) ill.
    MtHi MtBC

  122. _____ . _____ . Golden 50th anniversary (1909-1959) edition, July 16, 1959.
    v. MtBC MtHi

  123. _____ . _____ . Pioneer Press celebrates 46 years of progress today (headline, July 21, 1955) 1 v. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  124. Dalev, Dennis M. Historical resources identification and location study for national resource lands: Garnet Mining District bv Dennis Dalev and Jim Mohler. Missoula, Mt., Bureau of Land Management (1973) 216 p. ill. MtHi MtBC MtU

  125. Davies, John F. The great dynamite explosion at Butte, Montana, Januarv 15, 1895. Butte, Mt., Butte Bystander Printing, 1895.
    43 p. ill. MtU MtBC L&C

  126. Davis, George Weslev. Sketches of Butte from Vigilante days to prohibition. Boston, The Cornhill Co., (C1921) 179 p. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL L&C

  127. Davis, William Lvle. A history of St. Ignatius Mission, an outpost of Catholic culture on the Montana frontier. (Spokane, Wa.?, n.p., cl954) 147 p. ill. index PBL MtU MtHi MPL MtBC L&C GFP

  128. Dawn in Golden Valley, a county in Montana, (compiled bv) Albie Gordon, Margaret Lehfeldt (and) Marv Morsanny. (n.p.) 1971.
    375 p. ill. no index, but list of names by locality MtU MtBC MtHi MPL WMC GFP PBL

  129. Dearborn Homemaker's Club. Dearborn country, a history of the Dearborn, Wolf Creek and Crai areas. Fairfield, Mt., Fairfield Times, 1976. 320 p. ill. index MtU MtHi

  130. Decker, J. P. Passing of a once noted place. Billings, Mt., (n.p.), 1909.
    v. PBL

  131. Deer Lodge Presbyterian Church. A festival of faith:
    100 years. (Deer Lodge, 1972.)
    v. unpaged MtHi

  132. DeHaas, John N., ed. Historic buildings in Bannack and Dillon. (Bozeman, Mt.), Montana Ghost Town Preservation Society, 1976.
    21 leaves ill. MtBC MtHi MtU

  133. Denning, Frances. Growing pains, Three Forks, Montana, 1908-1976. Bozeman, Mt., Color World of Montana, 1975.
    114 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC

  134. Denton Bicentennial Heritage Committee. Homestead fever, history of Denton - Danvers - Coffee Creek. Denton, Mt., The Committee, 1977 (Great Falls, Mt., Blue Print and Letter) 429 p. ill. index MtHi MtBC MtU

  135. Diacon, Lois. Grip of the Bear Paws. Big Sandy, Mt., Mountaineer Press (1962) 353 p. CGF MtBC

  136. Dillon Examiner. Bannack centennial issue, July 25, 1962.
    28 p. ill. MtHi MtBC WMC

  137. _____ . _____ . Special edition -- 60th anniversary, July 12, 1550.
    20 p. ill. MtHi MtBC WMC

  138. Dillon Tribune. Annual historical edition, Dec. 17, 1926.
    16 p. ill. MtBC WMC MtHi

  139. (Dillon) Tribune Examiner. Bannack centennial issue, July 25, 1962.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi WMC

  140. _____ . _____ . Boosters' edition: magazine section, Nov., 1910.
    71 p. ill. MtBC WMC

  141. Dillon's diamond jubilee celebration; combining Beaver¬head County Fair and the 13th annual Dillon rodeo, Sept. 2-5, 1955. Dillon, Mt., (n.p.) 1955.
    15 p. ill. MtBC MtHi WMC

  142. Dinsmore, Samuel. Montana, the treasure state (and) Missoula, the garden city (and the metropolis of the famous Missoula and Bitter Root Valleys). Missoula, Mt., (n.p.), 1920.
    20 p. MtU MPL MtBC L&C

  143. Dowse, Thomas. The new Northwest. Montana. Fort Benton, its past, present and future. St. Paul, Minn., (n.p.), 1879.
    22 p. MtBC MtU

  144. _____ . _____ . The new Northwest. Montana. Helena; its past, present and future. Chicago, Ill., Commercial Advertiser Co., 1880.
    24 p. MtBC MtHi

  145. Dufresne, Lorraine. A heritage remembered; early and later davs in the history of western Sanders County. Thompson Falls, Mt., Sanders County Ledger, 1476.
    203 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  146. Dunbar, Elizabeth. Three Forks, the gateway. (n.p.), 1926.
    15 p. MtBC MtHi

  147. Dutton Community Club. Golden Jubilee Committee. Dutton's golden jubilee. (Dutton, Mt., n.p.), 1959.
    23 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  148. East Helena's diamond jubilee, 1888-1963. (East Helena, Mt., 1963).
    24 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  149. Eckelberry, Henry. Down memory lane in the Flathead by Henry Eckelberry, illus. by Helen Eckelberry. Kalispell, Thomas Print. Inc., (1972).
    55 p. MPL MtU CGF MtBC

  150. _____ . _____ . Yesterday was Demersville. Kalispell,
    Mt., Thomas Print. Inc., 1974.
    42 p. MtU CGF MtBC

  151. Eden Historical Society. A century in the foothills. Eden, Mt., Eden Historical Society, 1976.
    518 p. ill. MtHi

  152. Eggleston, Charles Hayden. The city of Anaconda; its first twenty-five years, 1883-1908, a souvenir of Anaconda's silver jubilee. Compiled by Charles H. Eggleston. Anaconda, Mt., Standard Publishing Co., 1908.
    40 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  153. Egly Country Club, Egly, Montana. Trails, trials and tributes. (Egly, Mt., n.p.), 1958.
    104 p. ill. MtHi MtU MtBC MPL

  154. Ekalaka Eagle. "The tarpoleon," a supplement to the Ekalaka Eagle for Friday, Aug. 5, 1960. (Ekalaka, Mt., 1960) 1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  155. Ekalaka, facts, not fiction, being an authentic and general description of the county seat and resources of Carter County, Montana. Ekalaka, Mt., Eagle Publishing Co., 1921.
    v. (unpaged) ill. MtHi MtBC

  156. Eliel, Frank. Beaverhead revisited, by Frank, Eirene and Lambert Eliel. (Dillon, Mt.?, Finerock Pub., 1970) 90 p. ill. no index, but list of people and their descendents

  157. _____ . _____ . Our little old home town: Dillon,
    Montana. Reflection and reminiscences.... (n.p., n.d.) 28 p. MtU MtBC MtHi WMC

  158. Ellsworth, W. E. A history of the Gallatin Valley and the city of Bozeman, with sketches of men, firms, and corporations. (Bozeman, Mt.), Avant Courier Publishing Co., 1898.
    26 p. ill. MtBC

  159. Evans, Lucylle H. St. Mary's in the R.ocky Mountains; a history of the cradle of Montana's culture. Stevensville, Mt., Montana Creative Consultants, 1976. 298 p. ill. map index biblio.

  160. _____ . _____ . MtBC MtU MtHi

  161. Fanning the embers. (Billings, Mt., Gazette Printing and Lithography, 1971) 580 p. ill. index PBL MtU MtBC MtHi L&C GFP

  162. Flandrau, Grace C. Frontier days along the upper Missouri. (St. Paul? 192-?) 40 p. ill. col. map MtBC MtU

  163. _____ . _____ . The story of Marias Pass. (n.p.)
    Great Northern Railwav (1925?) 22 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL MtHC

  164. Flathead County, Montana. Office of the County Supt. of Schools. Sagas of our pioneers. (n.p.), 1956. 114 leaves MtU MtBC

  165. Flathead facts. Missoula, Mt., Missoulian, 1890.
    28 p. ill. MtHi MtU MtBC

  166. Flint, Kedric W. Early history of Bigfork and surrounding communities, by kedric W. Flint and Nona D. Paul. (Bigfork, Mt.), cl957.
    32 p. MtBC MtHi

  167. Florian, Martin. The story of St. Marv's Mission, Stevensville, Montana. (n.p., 1959).
    6 p. ill. MtU MtBC GFP

  168. Forsyth Independent. Diamond jubilee, 1882-1957, Sept. 12, 1^57.
    v. MtHi MtBC

  169. _____ . _____ . Forsvth Independent's fiftieth
    anniversary, July 15, 1965.
    v. MtHi MtBC

  170. _____ . _____ . Industrial history of Rosebud Countv.
    71^55 or~5F)
    1 v. MtU

  171. (Fort Benton) River Press. Centennial edition, 1846¬1946, August 21, 1946.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  172. _____ . _____ . Navigation edition, June 16, 1937.
    6 p. 111. MtBC MtHi

  173. _____ . _____ . Pioneer edition, July 14, 1926.
    1 v. MtU MtBC GFP

  174. _____ . _____ . Steamboat centennial edition, June
    1 v. MtHi MtBC

  175. Francis, Bertha Agnes (Wraton). The land of Big Snows; illustrated with photos. Butte, Mt., (n.p.) 1955.
    299 p. ill. biblio. MtBC MtHi MPL PBL WMC

  176. Francis, Cornelia. History of the Jocko Valiev road names. St. Ignatius, Mt., Mission Valley News, 1977.
    52 p. ill. MtU

  177. Freeman, Harrv Campbell. A brief history of Butte, Montana, the world's greatest mining camp.... Chicago, Ill., Henry 0. Shepard Co. Printers, 1900.
    123 p. ill. separate index by Dr. Caroline McGill MtU MtBC MtHi MPL MtHC L&C WMC GFP

  178. Freeman, Lewis Ransome. Down the Yellowstone.... London, W. Heinemann, Ltd., 1923 (cl922).
    12 p. 1., 282 p. front., plates, ports.

  179. Frenchtown Historical Societv. Frenchtown Valley footprints. Missoula, Mt., Mountain Press, cl976. 173 n. ill. maps index biblio.
    MPL MtU MtHi MtBC

  180. Froid Commercial Club. Golden jubilee, Froid, Mont., 1910-1960. (Froid?, I960?).
    leaves unpaged ill. MtBC MtHi

  181. Fromberg Service Club. Fromberg: the fruit basket of Carbon County. Fromberg, Mt., author, 1976.
    118 p. ill. index MtU MtHi MtBC

  182. Fulmer, Genie P. Cabins and campfires in southeastern Montana. Forsyth, Mt., 1973.
    109 p. ill. PBL MtBC MtHi

  183. Gallatin Valley Club, Bozeman, Mont. The Gallatin Valley, the Egypt of America. (Bozeman, Mt., Bozeman Chronicle, 1906?).
    35 p. ill. MtBC GFP

  184. Garfield County, Montana. High School. Garfield County, 1919-1969. (Jordan, Mt., 1969).
    226 p. ill. index MPL MtU MtBC MtHi PBL L&C

  185. Geltz, Jacob. Uncle Sam's life in Montana. (Butte, Mt., n.p., 1905)
    118 p. MtU MtBC

  186. Geraldine Review. 50th anniversary edition, 1913-1963, Sept. 12, 1963.
    8 p. MtHi MtBC

  187. Get Together Club, Avon, Montana. Our neighborhood, newsy and nosey. (Spokane, Wa., Evergreen Press, 1950?).
    106 p. ill. MPL MtBC MtHi MtU L&C GFP

  188. Gibson, Paris. The founding of Great Falls. (n.D., n.d.).
    27 p. MtHi MPL MtBC L&C PBL GFP

  189. Glasgow Courier. Diamond jubilee souvenir edition, Oct. 9, 1962.
    1 v. (various pagings) ill.
    MtHi MtBC

  190. _____ . _____ . The early days: Glasgow diamond
    jubilee. Souvenir edition. Glasgow, Mt., 1962.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP
    18®. . Golden anniversary: Fort Peck progress
    edition, 1887-1937, Nov. 30, 1937.
    v. ill. MtU

  191. _____ . _____ . Pictorial eastern Montana and Fort Peck
    Dam, a picture edition of the Glasgow courier.

  192. Glasgow, Mt., 1941.
    p. ill. MtU MtBC

  193. _____ . _____ . Special fortieth anniversary section,
    Aug-67T953. 1 v. MtHi MtU MtBC

  194. Glasscock, C. B. The war of the copper kines: builders of Butte and wolves of Wall Street. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1935.
    314 p. ill. MtU MtHi PBL MtBC >'tHC L&C

  195. GFP

  196. Glendive, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. Glendive and the Northern Pacific Railway. (Glendive, Mt., n.p.), 1922.
    16 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  197. Golden jubilee, 1911-1961, Lower Yellowstone Valiev, Sidney, Montana. Sidnev, Mt., (n.p.), 1961.
    88 p. ill. MtHi MtBC MPL

  198. Golden jubilee, 1915-1965: a brief history of the development and progress of Wolf Point, Montana. (Wolf Point, Mt., Golden Jubilee Historv Cor..littee, 1965) .
    76 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  199. Gordon, Samuel. Recollections of old Wlestown. Miles Citv, Mt., (n.p.), 1918.
    42 p. MtHi MPL MtBC

  200. Gordon, Taylor. The man who built the stone castle. White Sulphur Springs, Mt., Printed by the Meagher Countv News, 1967.
    46 p. ill. ports. MtBC

  201. Graff, James R. Historic Helena; an early dav photo¬graphic history of Montana's scenic capital city, 1864-1964. Helena, Mt., Printed bv Thurber Print Co., 1964.
    v. (unpaged) ill. facsims. ports.

  202. Granite Countv, the treasure county of the treasure state. Philipsburg, Mt., Mail Printing, (1910?).
    15 p. ill. MtU MtBC GFP

  203. Grass tipis and black gold, compiled by the Big Horn County Heritage Committee (Eloise Pease, Adrienne Johnson, Torrev Johnson and Richard Fox). (n.p.), 1976.
    53 p. photo, biblio. MtU MtHi

  204. Great Falls, Montana. Public Library. A history of Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls, Mt., 1961.
    8 leaves MtBC MtU GFP

  205. Great Falls Commercial Club, Great Falls, Montana. Comprehensive and concise facts descriptive of the development, advancement and growth of the city of Great Falls -- Cascade County. Readjustment ed. Great Falls, Mt., (n.p.), 1919.
    52 p. ill. MtBC MtU

  206. _____ . _____ . Great Falls, Cascade County, northern
    Montana, 1915-1916. Souvenir ed. (Great Falls, The Tribune Printers, 1916).
    48 p. ill. MtU L&C MtBC GFP

  207. Great Falls Leader. Great Falls, Montana. Develop¬ment edition, Julv 15, 1913.
    1 v. ill. GFP

  208. _____ . _____ . Special edition, January 1, 1891.
    16 p. ill. MtHi MtBC GFP

  209. Great Falls Tribune. Annual number, January, 1889. Great Falls, Mt., Tribune Pub. Co., 1889.
    50 p. MtU GFP

  210. _____ . _____ . Cascade Countv golden jubilee edition,
    1887-1937, Aug. 1, 1937. "
    64 p. ill. MPL MtBC MtU MtHi GFP

  211. _____ . _____ . Diamond iubilee (issue), Nov. 11,
    1 v. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  212. _____ . _____ . Great Falls, Montana, historic and
    78 p. ill. MtHi MtBC CGF L&C

  213. _____ . _____ . Montana future...new horizons in '75,
    Feb. 15T1975.
    1 v. GFP MtU
    Progress edition: 19- MtU MtBC MtHi

  214. Great Northern Railway Co. Chester, Montana, (n.p. , 1955?) 18 leaves MtHi MtBC GFP

  215. _____ . _____ . Conrad, Montana, prepared in cooperation
    with Conrad local community organizations. (St. Paul, n. d. ) .
    25 leaves maps MtU MtBC GFP

  216. _____ . _____ . The fertile Flathead Valley, Montana.
    (St. Paul), Great Northern Railway, (1909).
    22 (1) p. ill. MtU MtBC

  217. _____ . _____ . Malta, Montana, prepared by Great
    Northern Railway Company, St. Paul, Minn, in co¬operation with the Malta Chamber of Commerce. (St. Paul, Minn., n.d.).
    27 leaves map MtU

  218. _____ . _____ . Scobey, Montana. St. Paul, Minn.,
    (n’.p7)^P155?) . 23 leaves MtBC MtU MtHi GFP

  219. _____ . _____ . Sidney, Montana, prepared by Great
    Northern Railway Company in cooperation with the Sidney Chamber of Commerce. (St. Paul, Minn.?, n.p., n.d.) 24 leaves maps MtU

  220. _____ . _____ . Wolf Point, Montana, prepared bv the

  221. Great Northern Railway Company, St. Paul, Minn, in cooperation with the Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce. (St. Paul, Minn., n.p., n.d.).
    25 leaves maps MtU

  222. Green, Charles. Montana memories. Coram, Mt., The Author, 1971. 3 v. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL L&C

  223. Grit, guts and gusto; a history of Hill County. (Havre), Hill County Bicentennial Commission, 1976.
    505 p. ill. MtU MtHi

  224. Hamaker, Dorothy M. Napi's lookout; the story of Willow Rounds. Valier, Mt., (n.p.), 1967.
    73 p. ill. MtBC MtHi MtU PBL L&C WMC

  225. Hamilton, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. The storv of the Bitter Root Valley in Montana. Missoula, Mt., Missoulian Press, (n.d.).
    48 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  226. (Hamilton) Western News. The Bitter Root Valley, illustrated, a magazine supplement. 1910 48 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  227. Handley, James. The resources of Madison County, Montana. (San Francisco, Ca., Francis & Valentine, 1872).
    61 p. MtU

  228. Hansen, Bert B. Gold Creek bonanza. Drawings by Paul Ferryman. Deer Lodge, Mt., published by the Deer Lodge Centennial Committee in connection with the first discovery of gold in Montana, 1952.
    34 p. ill. ports'. MtU MtBC

  229. Hansen, Virginia. The fabulous past of Cooke City, by Virginia Hansen and Al Funderburk. Billings, Mt., printed by Billings Printing Co., cl962.
    22 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL WMC GFP

  230. Harber, Nora E. Our Fort Benton, "The birthplace of Montana" a collection of stories and pictures of early day and modern Fort Benton. Fort Benton, Mt., (n.p., 193-).
    48 p. ill. GFP MtHi MtU MtBC L&C

  231. Hardin Tribune Herald. 50th anniversary edition, May 16, 1957. Hardin, Mt., 1957.
    16 p. ill. MtBC MtHi PBL

  232. Harlowton News. (Souvenir edition), July 2, 1909.
    v. (various pagings) ill.
    MtHi MtBC

  233. Harlowton Woman's Club. Yesteryears and pioneers. Harlowton, Mt., 1972.
    417 p. ill. index MPL MtU MtBC MtHi PBL GFP

  234. Harper, Frank B. Fort Union and its neighbors. (n.p.), Great Northern Railway, (1925).
    36 p. ill. biblio. MPL MtHi MtU MtBC PBL L&C WMC GFP

  235. Harrington, Leona. History of Angar, compiled by pupils of Apgar school and teacher.... (n.p., 1959?).
    62 leaves minimal index
    EMC MtU MtBC MtHi

  236. Havre, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. Business directory. Havre, Mt., 1957.
    1 v. (unpaged) MtBC MtHi
    Looking back; semi-annual report of

  237. Havre Chamber of Commerce. (Havre, Mt.?), 1450.
    29 leaves MtBC

  238. (Havre) Hi-Line Herald. North of the Missouri, the history of Hill County and northern Montana. (1971). 1 v. (various pagings) ill.
    MtBC MtHi
    The Havre News. Havre progress edition, Fridav, March 26, 1937.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtU

  239. Helena, Montana. The Helena Commercial Club. Helena, Mt., a rich spot on earth. (Helena, n.n., 1920).
    12 p. ill. MtU

  240. Helena, Montana. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Golden canyon days. (n.p.), 1949.
    60 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  241. _____ . _____ . Montana, "the Treasure State"...

  242. Helena” "the Capital Citv." Helena, Mt., published by Helena Junior Chamber of Commerce, distributed in cooperation with Montanans Inc., the State Chamber of Commerce. (Helena, Mt., Record Pub. Co., 1946) .
    4 p. ill. MtU

  243. (Helena) Independent-Record. Centennial edition, July 12, 1964.
    106 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi L&C

  244. (Helena) Montana Catholic Register. Western edition, souvenir edition, Aug. 31, 1962.
    40 D. ill. MtHi MtBC

  245. (Helena) Montana Record. The new Helena, a series of articles descriptive of the capital citv of Montana. Compiled by Harry Hume. Helena, Mt., 1908.
    1 v. ill. ' MtHi MtBC

  246. (Helena) Montana Record-Herald. Helena bom in Last Chance 60 years ago: citv edition, July 14, 1924. 16 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  247. _____ . _____ . Helena's diamond jubilee begins,
    July 12, 1939.
    MtU MtBC MtHi
    1 v. ill.

  248. (Helena) Montana Stockman and Farmer. Gallatin Valley (special edition).
    32 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  249. (Helena) Register. Western Montana edition. Double anniversary: 75 years, April 19, 1959.
    1 v. MtHi MtBC

  250. Helena as the capitol city. Helena, Mt., State Pub. Co., (1898).
    1 v. L&C

  251. Helena illustrated; capital of the State of Montana. History of the early settlement and the Helena of today, showing the resources of the city, its commercial advantages, manufactures and wonderful growth. With illustrations of public buildings, prominent business blocks, beautiful homes, portraits of leading citizens, Helena, Montana, March 1, 1890. Minneapolis, Frank L. Thresher, 1890.
    70 p. ill. ports. MPL MtHC

  252. Helena's social supremacy, by Charles Hayden Eggleston. Helena, Mt., (n.p.), 1894.
    48 p. ill. MtU MtHC

  253. Henry, E. C. Historical, biographical and scenic description of Park County. Enterprise souvenir, 1900. (Livingston, Mt.?, Enterprise Pub. Co.), 1900.
    72 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  254. Hiatt, Robert W. Makoshika State Park. (rev. ed. Glendive, Mt., R. W. Hiatt and the Glendive Women's Club, 1973).
    12 p. ill. maps biblio.

  255. Higgins, James T., comp. The city of Red Lodge, (n.p.), Montana National Bank, (1975?).
    v. unpaged ill. PBL MtBC

  256. Highland, Geneva. Big Dry country. (n.p., 1960).
    171 p. ill. biblio. MtBC MtHi MtU MPL PBL L&C GFP

  257. Highwood Woman's Club. Highwood, Montana. Trails and tales of the highwoods. (n.p., 1961?).
    123 p. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP

  258. Hingham, Montana. High School. .American History Class. The Class of 1972 presents a study of Hingham, past to present. (Hingham, n.p., 1971).
    21 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  259. Hinsdale Women's Club, Hinsdale, Mt. Thev thought the land was free; the storv of Hinsdale homesteaders, 1893-1976, compiled by the Hinsdale Women’s Club. Hinsdale, Mt., The Club, 1976.
    1 v. MtHi

  260. Historic Landmark Society of Montana. (Letter to members, and official ballot), January 25, 1947. (Virginia Citv, Mt.), 1947.
    3 leaves ill. MtU

  261. Historical guide book and key to frescos, St. Ignatius Mission. St. Ignatius, Mt., Gonzaga Univ. Press, n.d. 24 p. ill. MPL

  262. Historical narrative. The pre-Montana Power era, 1880¬1912. (Butte, Mt., Montana Standard, 1941?).
    80 p. CGF

  263. Historical sketch of Deer Lodge Citv, Montana, commem¬orating "one hundred years of progress" in conjunction with the Montana Centennial, 100 years a territory -¬75 years of statehood. Deer Lodge, Mt., Silver State Post, 1964.
    26 p. ill. MtU GFP MPL

  264. History of Big Sandv, Montana. (Big Sandv, Mt.), printed by the Mountaineer, (195?).
    37 p. ill. EMC MtBC MtHi L&C
    A history of Pondera County health services, 1906¬
    1976. (n.p.), 1976.
    15 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  265. Hobson, the gateway to the golden grain fields. (Hobson, Mt., Hobson Women's Club, 1965).
    178 p. ill. MtBC MtHi MPL GFP

  266. Holman, Albert M. Niobrara - Virginia Citv wagon road ...Sioux Citv, S. D., Deith and Lamar, 1024.
    150 p. ill. EMC

  267. Homesteaders Golden Jubilee Assoc. A brief historical review of life and times on the northeastern Montana prairies. (Scobey, Mt., n.n., 1963).
    96 n. ill. MtBC MtU

  268. Hot Springs Historical Society. Settlers and sod busters. St. Ignatius, Mt., Mission Valley News, 1976.
    206 p. ill. MtU MtHi

  269. Houston, Elizabeth Lina. Early history of Gallatin County.... Bozeman, Mt., (n.p.), cl933.
    58 p. ill. index MtU MtBC MtHi MtHC GFP

  270. Hughes, Estelle. A family history for the Helmer family; history of the relatives, family and friends of Anna Manning Helmer. Poplar, Mt., (n.p.), 1968.
    75 p. ill. MtBC

  271. Hunton, Dorothy H., comp. Compilation of histories of western Montana including places, people and in¬stitutions. Manuscripts by Evelyn M. Davis, Ruth Hario, Russell R. Ross and others. Thompson Falls, Mt., (n.p.), 1966.
    1 v. MtU MtHi MtBC

  272. Huppert, Arnold. Looking back. (Livingston, Mt., Park County News, n.d.).
    101 p. ill. port. MtU MtBC

  273. Ide, Arthur W. Helena, Montana; its past, present and future. Helena, Mt., The South Pub. Co., (n.d.).
    106 p. ill. MPL
    An illustrated history of the Yellowstone Valley, embracing the counties of Park, Sweet Grass, Carbon, Yellowstone, Rosebud, Custer, and Dawson, state of Montana. Spokane, Wa., Western Historical, cl907. 669 p. ill. bio. index
    In the shadow of Mount Haggin; the story of Anaconda in Deer Lodge County, 1863-1976. Collected and compiled by Deer Lodge County History Group, (n.p.), Deer Lodge County History Group, 1975.
    228 p. ill. maps MtU MtHi MtBC
    In the shadow of the Twin Sisters: Ubet, Gameill, Straw, Buffalo, Montana. Judy Penkake, ed. Lewistown, Mt., Montana Business Services, 1973. 294 p. ill. index biblio.

  274. Ingalls, F. M. View of Missoula.... Brooklyn, N. Y., The Albertype Co., cl905.
    unpaged ill. MPL MtU

  275. Iverson, Ronald J. The princess of the nrairie; a history of Belgrade, Montana. Bozeman, Mt., Montana State Univ., 1965. 148 p. ill. MPL MtBC MtHi MtU PEL L&C

  276. Jackson, Dorman. The historv of Moore, Montana, 1904¬1964. Lewistown, Mt., Moore Women's Club, cl964. 54 p. GFP

  277. James, Don. Butte's memory book. Pictures bv C. Owen Smithers. Caldwell, Id., Caxton Printers, 1975. 295 p. ill. MtU MPL MtHi MtBC

  278. Janni, Betty. A historv of Cayuse Prairie School, (1900-1976). Flathead County School District #10, ed. by Betty Janni. (n.p.), The Cayuse Prairie Parents and Friends Club, Scrapbook Committee, 1976. 17 p. MtHi

  279. Jennings, Jim. Qua, Quei, or, how the buffalo were saved. St. Ignatius, Mt., Mission Valley News, 1974. 40 p. ill. MtHi

  280. Johnson, Florence Riddle. Ghost trails country. Anaconda, Mt., (n.p.), 1964.
    106 p. ill. ’ MtU MtBC MtHi PBL L&C WMC GFP

  281. Johnson, Olga Weydemeyer. Early Libby and Troy, Montana. (n.p., 1958). 110 p. ill. bio. index MPL MtHi MtU MtBC MtHC GFP

  282. Jones, Irene James. Trails alone Beaver Creek; a chronicle of Wibaux County, Montana. Wibaux, Mt., Wibaux Pioneer Gazette, 1976. 229 p. ill. MtBC MtU MtHi

  283. Joscelvn, Archie. The first hundred years, Methodism in Missoula, 1871-1971. (Missoula, Mt., Missoulian, 1971). 40 p. ill. MtU

  284. Kalispell, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. The Flathead; a paradise of grandeur and opportunity and Kalispell, the distributing center. Kalispell, Mt., (n.p., n.d.), 32 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  285. Kalispell and the famous Flathead Valley, northwest Montana. Interesting reading for capitalists, manufacturers, investors and home-seekers.
    (St. Paul, Minn., McGill Print. Co., 1805?).
    32 p. ill. MtU EMC

  286. (Kalispell) Interlake. Awakening giant: 1971. Pictorial presentation of the Daily Interlake. Kalispell, Mt., 1971.
    v. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi

  287. _____ . _____ . The many faces of northwest Montana.

  288. Kelispell, Mt., 1974.
    v. (various pagings) ill. PEL

  289. _____ . _____ . 1964 progress-centennial edition,
    April 10, 1964.
    126 p. MtHi MtBC

  290. _____ . _____ . Progress editions, 1950- (annual).

  291. Kalispell,Mt.
    MtHi MtBC

  292. Kalispell News. Historical section, Feb. 10, 1949.
    8 p. ill. MtU

  293. Kerr (0. W.) Company. Charlos Heights orchards; a safe investment, a perfect permanent home, an ideal summer residence. Minneapolis, Minn., 0. W. Kerr Co., (1909).
    39 p. ill. MtU

  294. Koelbel, Lenora. Missoula the wav it was; a portrait of an early western town. Missoula, Mt., Gateway Printing, (cl972).
    128 p. ill. index biblio.

  295. Kourv, Michael J. Guarding the Carroll Trail...Camp Lewis -- 1874-1875. Edited by Glen Morton.
    (Bellevue, Neb., Old Armv Press, cl969).
    50 p. maps MtHi MtBC MtU

  296. _____ . _____ , . Military posts of Montana. Illus. by
    Derek FitzJames, photos by Clark Babcock. Bellevue, Neb., Old Army Press, 1970.
    96 p. MtBC MPL PBL EMC

  297. Kronebusch, Mrs. Kenneth. Fifty golden years, 1909¬1959; St. Michael's Church, Conrad, Montana.
    (n.p., n.d.).
    56 p. ill. MtHC

  298. Kuhlman, Fay. Bearcreek, Montana, bv Fav Kuhlman.
    3d printing, revised. Bearcreek, Mt., (n.d.).
    33 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  299. _____ . _____ . The ghost of Castle Mountain. Bear¬creek, Mt., (1957?).
    40 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  300. Kurkowski, George. Custer's country. Miles City, Mt., Miles City Star Printing Co., 1976. unpaged maps biblio. MtU MtHi MtBC

  301. Kvale, Velma R. Where the buffalo roamed. St. Ignatius, Mt., Mission Valley News, 1976.
    185 p. ill. ports. MtU MtHi

  302. Landmarks. Landmarks. Billings, Mt., 1975.
    4 v. PBL

  303. Lawrence, Lou. Pioneer days at Big Sandy, Montana. (Big Sandy, Mt., Mountaineer Publication, 1963). 90 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC PBL WMC GFP

  304. League of Women Voters of Billings, Montana. Facts about Billings.... (Billings, Mt., n.d.).
    40 p. ill. charts MtU MtBC PBL GFP

  305. League of Women Voters of Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls, Montana, 1886-1956, a government survey. (Great Falls, Mt., 1956?).
    16 p. ill. MtU

  306. Leiby, June. Beneath the mask: life with the Hutterites. Havre, Mt., Griggs Printing and Pub¬lishing, 1976.
    55 p. ill. MtU MtHi
    "Lest we forget...." Shepherd, Montana, compiled by Shepherd Historical Book Committee, Luella DeVries (et. al.); ed. by R. H. Scherger; cover design bv Phil Bell; artwork by Ben Gillet. (n.p.), Frontier Press , cl976.
    286 p. ill. index MtU MtHi

  307. Lewistown Daily News. Christmas edition: 1947, 1950, 1952, 1955, 1962. MtBC MtHi MtU

  308. _____ . _____ . Diamond jubilee edition: seventv-seven years of service, 1883-1960, July 8, 1960.
    v. MtHi MtBC
    309. . Historical review, Central Montana
    Fair and Progress edition. Lewistown, Mt., 1952.
    12 p. ill. MtBC MtHi
    310. 75th anniversary edition, Sept. 24,
    1 V. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi
    311. Special diamond jubilee edition, July 4
    56 p. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP

  309. Lewistown News-Argus. Centennial edition, July 18, 1964.
    1 v. ill. MtHi MtBC

  310. (Lewistown) Sunday Democrat-News. 50th anniversary of Fergus County, Dec. 20, 1936.
    v. ' MtU

  311. Libby Pioneer Society, Libby, Montana. Nuggets to timber, pioneer days at Libby, Montana, by Libby Pioneer Society and Libby Woman's Club. Libby, Mt., 1970.
    v. (unpaged) ill. MtHi MPL PBL MtBC GFP

  312. (Libby) Western News. Special centennial edition, July 16, 1964.
    36 p. MtBC MtHi

  313. Link, Louis W. Lewis and Clark Cavern, Montana. Cardwell, Mt., (n.p.), cl964, 1971.
    112 p. ill. map ’ MtU MtBC

  314. (Livingston) Park County News. Aldridge as it was then; now, March 22, 19--.
    v. ill. MtU MtBC

  315. _____ . _____ . Annual pioneers special edition: 1952,
    1955-60, 1962. MtBC MtHi

  316. _____ . _____ . Doris and Bill Whithorn's photohistory
    of Gardiner, Jardine.
    12 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  317. _____ . _____ . Pioneer edition. 1947--?
    MtHi MtBC

  318. _____ . _____ . Special edition: photo history of

  319. Livings ton.
    12 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  320. _____ . _____ . (31st Park County pioneers celebration),
    March 9~, T967 .
    16 p. MtHi MtBC

  321. _____ . _____ . (Yellowstone Park edition) , 1957-195”?
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  322. Lloyd, Dave. History of early Rosebud. (n.p., n.d.).
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  323. Lolo History Committee. Lolo Creek reflections.
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  324. Lookin' back, Big Horn County. Hardin, Mt., Big Horn Historical Society, 1976.
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  325. Lopach, James J. Changing government in Great Falls; transition amid dissent, by James J. Lopach and Robert E. Eagle. Missoula, Mt., Univ, of Montana, 1975.
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  328. McBride, Sister Genevieve. The bird-tail. New York, N. Y., Vantage Press, cl974.
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  329. McCallum, Ruth. An anthology of St. Regis, Montana, (n.p.), 1959.
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  330. McCurdy, Edward B. Frontier days in the Flathead country. Polson, Mt., Treasure State Pub. Co., 1976.
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  331. _____ . _____ . Wild Horse Island yesterday, today, and
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  332. MacDonald, Marie Peterson. After barbed wire; a pictorial history of the homestead rush into the northern Great Plains, 1900-1919. Special photo¬graphy by Wing's of Glendive. Glendive, Mt., Frontier Gateway Museum, (cl963).
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  333. _____ . _____ . Glendive; the history of a Montana town. Glendive, Mt., Gateway Press, (1968).
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  334. McElrath, T. P. Yellowstone Valley. (n.p.), Pioneer Press, 1880.
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  335. Mclntosh-Morello Orchards, Inc. Your opportunity in Montana. "Go West young man." Darby, Mt., (n.p.), (192?) .
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  336. McKinsey, Lauren S. Lake County, Montana: growth of a small government, by Lauren S. McKinsey and Peter H. Koehn. Missoula, Mt., Univ, of Montana Press, 1975.
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  337. McManos, J. C. Fabulous Last Chance Gulch. Helena, Mt., Allied Printing, 1956.

  338. McPherren, Ida Geneva (Miller). Imprints on pioneer trails. Boston, Ma., Christopher, ^1950).
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  339. Madison County History Association. Pioneer trails and trials; Madison County, 1863-1920, compiled by Madison County History Assoc. (n.p.), The Assoc., 1976.
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  340. (Malta) Phillips County News. 50th anniversary edition, June 11, 1959.
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  341. Meagher County Historical Society. Meagher County, an early day pictorial history, 1867-1967. White Sulphur Springs, Mt., Meagher County News, 1967.
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  342. Miles Citv Star. Diamond lubilee edition, ’'ay 20, 1Q59.
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  343. _____ . _____ . Enlov vourself in Miles City. Tourist edition, May 19, 1963.
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  344. _____ . _____ . Golden iubilee edition, May 24, 1934.
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  345. _____ . _____ . Miles City tourist edition and guide, 1971.

  346. Miles Citv, Mt., 1971.
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  347. (Miles City) Yellowstone Journal. Illustrated and historical edition, Sept. 27, 1900.
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  348. Miller, James Knox Polk. The road to Virginia City: the diary of James Knox Polk Miller. Edited by Andrew F. Rolle. Norman, Ok., Univ, of Oklahoma Press , (l%0) .
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  349. Mineral County Javcees. Pictorial history of Mineral County. Superior, Mt., The Author (by the Missoulian), 1970.
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  350. Minneota Friendly Club, Minneota, Mt. Tumbleweeds and tar paper shacks. (Iowa Falls, la., General Publishing and Binding, 1971).
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  351. Missoula, Montana. Chamber of Commerce. City of Missoula and western Montana. Missoula, Mt., Press of the Daily Missoulian, (n.d.) 31 p. ill. MtU MtBC

  352. _____ . _____ . Facts and figures concerning industries and land throughout western Montana and its metropolis Missoula, "Montana's garden city" in Missoula County, Montana. Edition of 1917-1918 showing development, advancement, growth and opportunities. Missoula, Mt., Missoulian, (1918?).
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  353. _____ . _____ . The Missoula storv. Missoula, Mt., (n.p. , 1973?).
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  354. _____ . _____ . Missoula, the Carden Citv, issued by the Chamber of Commerce, Missoula, Montana, 1910. (Missoula, Mt., Missoulian Pub. Co.) 1910. 48 p. ill. map MPL MtU

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  357. Missoula, Montana. Church of the Holy Spirit. Centennial celebration, September 18-20, 1970. (liissoula, Mt., Gateway Printing, 1970).
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  358. Missoula, Montana. First National Bank. When the checkbook replaced the poke. Some highlights in the 75-year historv of Montana's oldest banking institution. (Missoula, Mt., n.p., 1948?).
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  359. _____ . _____ . When the checkbook replaced the poke. Some highlights in the 90-year history of Montana's oldest banking institution. (Missoula, Mt., n.p., 1963?).
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  360. Missoula, Montana. First Presbyterian Church. Heri¬tage of 100 years; First Presbyterian Church. Revised, rewritten and edited by Donald Campbell (and) E. Arnold Hansen, in cooperation with Erwin Holmes (and others). (Missoula, Mt., First Pres- bvterian Church, 1976).
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  361. Missoula, Montana. Missoula-Heil Gate Centennial Committee. Missoula - Hell Gate centennial (1860¬1960). Souvenir program. Missoula, Mt., (n.p.), 1960.
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  362. Missoula, Montana. St. Francis Xavier Church.
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  363. Missoula Gazette. Holiday edition, Jan. 1, 1890.
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  364. Missoula and Coeur d'Alene special
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  366. (Missoula) Missoulian. Centennial edition; 1873-
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  367. _____ . _____ _____ • Western Montana progress edition,
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  368. _____ . _____ . The University of Montana, 1893-1968,
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  372. Montana Federation of Women's Clubs. Local communitv history of Libby, Montana....(Libby, Mt., n.d., 1941?).
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  374. Montana Institute of the Arts. Great Falls. Early history of Great Falls. (Great Falls, Mt., n.p., 1963?) .
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  376. Montana Institute of the Arts. Libby's Writers Group. In the shadow of the Cabinets; early Kootenai country. Libby, Mt., Author, 1976.
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  377. _____ . _____ . Times we remember in and around Libby, Montana. Libby, Mt., (n.p.), 1974.
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  378. Montana Institute of the Arts. Shelby Branch. Shelbv backgrounds. (Shelby, Mt., n.p., 1965). 304 p. ill. index MPL MtU MtBC MtHi WMC GFP

  379. _____ . _____ . Toole County backgrounds. (Shelby, Mt., n.p.) , 1958.
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  380. Montana Study. Life in Montana (as seen in Lonepine, a small community).... Prepared by the Montana Study of the Greater University of Montana, Montana State University. Missoula, Mt., (n.p., 1945).
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  381. _____ . _____ . Woodman community, Montana Study
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  382. More Bitterroot memories, 1930-19/4; a bicentennial publication of the Florence community, written by a group of persons interested in preserving local history. (Compiled by Gladys Ostrom and others). Hamilton, Mt., Ravalli Republic, 1976.
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  383. Mountains and meadows, a pioneer history of Cascade, Chestnut Valley, Hardy, St. Peter's Mission, and Castner Falls, 1805-1925. Compiled and collated by Mrs. Clarence J. (Conrad) Rowe. (Great Falls, Mt., Blue Print and Letter Co., 1970).
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  384. Murphy, Walter. The government of Billings, Montana. (Billings, Mt.), Eastern Montana College, 1961.
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  386. Murray, Henry Thomas. Judith Basin pioneers; a story of early days in central Montana together with the genealogy of the Murray family. (n.p., 1965?).
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  387. Musselshell Valley Pioneer Club. Musselshell Valley History Committee. Horizons o'er the Musselshell, compiled by The Committee, Beulah C. Hougardy, Hazel Spidel, Alice B. Graves and Frances Spek. (n.p.), 1974.
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  389. (Neihart) Herald. The Herald Souvenir: Thanksgiving number, 1885.
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  390. North Fergus Civic Club. Golden Jubilee Committee. Winifred golden jubilee, 1913-1963, July 12, 13 and 14, 1963. (Lewistown, Mt., Lewistown Daily News, 1963).
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  391. Northern Pacific Railway Company. Hunter's Hot Springs. (St. Paul, Minn., n.p., 1910).
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  392. _____ . _____ . The Maginnis country and Warm Springs
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  394. _____ . _____ . The story of Ajax: life in the Big
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  395. N. 0. Homebakers Club, Brockton, Mt. Anderson-
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  399. O'Neil, Clinton DeWitt. Timber n'injuns. Pen sketches by Jean Allen Robocker. Kalispell, Mt., Kalispell News-Farm Journal Print. (1955).
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  400. Ostberg, Jake. Sketches of old Butte. Butte, Mt., Senior Citizens, 1972.
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  406. _____ . _____ . (2d edition. Virginia City, Mt.,
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  409. _____ . _____ . Saint Michael's, Montana's pioneer
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  414. Pioneer Society of Sweet Grass County, Montana. Pioneer memories. Bozeman, Mt., Bozeman Business Service, 1960.
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  415. Pioneers of the Tobacco Plains Country. The story of the Tobacco Plains country; the autobiography of a community, edited by Olga Weydemeyer Johnson. (Rexford, Mt.), 1950.
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  416. Pleasant Valley Home Demonstration Club, Chouteau County, Montana. Footprints through the valley. (Fort Benton, Mt., n.p., 1956).
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  417. Plentywood: golden years, 1912-1962. (Plentywood, Mt., n.p., 1962).
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  418. Plentywood Herald. Fiftieth birthday edition, Oct. 30, 1958.
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  419. (Polson) Flathead Courier. Colden iubilee edition, June 2, 1960.
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  420. Pondera History Association. Pondera. Conrad, Mt., (n.p.), 1963.
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  421. Ponde-Toole Extension Homemakers Club. Grime, grit, and gumption: early history of South Marias.
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  422. Portage Historical Society. Prairie pioneers; a narrative of Montana homestead days. (n.p., 1966). 183 p. ill. MtBC MtU MtHi CGF GFP

  423. Portrait of progress: Great Falls, Montana diamond jubilee, 1884-1959. Great Falls, Mt., Diamond Jubilee, Inc., (1959).
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  424. Powder River County. Extension Homemakers Council. Echoing footsteps. Broadus, Mt., The Author (at Ashton Printing & Engraving Co., Butte), 1967.
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  429. Railroads to rockets, 1887-1962; diamond jubilee, Phillips Countv, Montana. Malta, Mt., (n.p., 1962). (68) p. ill. MtBC MtHi

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  433. Red Lodge Picket. Souvenir edition, Feb. 21, 1907.
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  439. Robinson, Donald H. Through the years in Glacier National Park; an administrative history, bv Donald H. Robinson with editing and new material bv Mavnard C. Bowers. (West Glacier, Mt.), Glacier Natural History Assoc, in cooperation with the National Park Service, 1967, cl960.
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  447. St. Ignatius Mission, St. Ignatius, Montana. Diamond jubilee, founding of St. Ignatius mission, 1855-1930... May 29-30-31, June 1, 1930. St. Ignatius, Mt., (n.p.), 1930.
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  448. St. Ignatius Post. Mission centennial edition of the St. Ignatius Post and the Ronan Pioneer, Sept. 23, 1954.
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  452. Schafer, Betty. Stump town to ski town: the story of Whitefish, Montana by Betty Schafer and Mabel Engelter. Whitefish, Mt., Whitefish Library Assoc., 1973.
    286 p. ill. biblio. index

  453. Schillreff, Fem. Garfield County, the golden years, by Fern Schillreff and Jessie M. Shawver. Jordan, Mt., (n.p., 1969?).
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  454. Schloss, Ella Waldon. History of the rural school districts of Dawson County, Montana, 1883-1972. Glendive, Mt., (n.p., cl973).
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  455. Schoenberg, Wilfred P. Jesuits in Montana, 1840¬
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  456. Scobey, Montana. Eighth grade social studies class. History of Scobey, by the Eighth grade social studies class and the Scobey Bov Scouts. Scobev, Mt., (n.p.), 1937.
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  459. Shawver, Jessie M. Dusty trails. Brusett, Mt., (n.p., 1963).
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  460. _____ . _____ . Jackaroo saga, 1900-1961. Brusett,
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  461. Shelbv Promoter and Tribune. 52nd anniversary edition, 1912-1Q64, July 9, 1964.
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  462. Shelbv Times. 50 years, 1914-1964.
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  469. Somers, Montana: the company town, including an album of photographs of Flathead Lake steamboats, edited by Henry Elwood. Kalispell, Mt., Thomas Printing, C1976.
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  470. Souvenir booklet commemorating Bannack, first terri¬torial capital of Montana. (n.p., 1954).
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  471. Spokes, spurs, and cockleburs, bv Geraldine Bicentennial Committee. Fort Benton, Mt., River Press Pub. Co., 309 p. ill. maps index
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  472. (Stanford and Hobson) Judith Basin Press. Centennial edition, 1864-1964.
    20 p. MtHi MtBC

  473. Staunton, Ruth. Jerkline to jeep, a brief history of the Upper Boulder, by Ruth Staunton and Dorothy Keur. Harlowton, Mt., The Times Clarion, 1975.
    85 p. ill. map biblio.
    MtU MtHi MtBC

  474. Stearns, Harold Joseph. A history of the Upper Musselshell Valley of Montana (to 1920). 2nd ed. Harlowton, Mt., Clarion Publishers, cl966.
    205 p. ill. maps MtU MtHC NMC MPL GFP MtBC

  475. Stephenson, Garnet. The silver empire. (n.p.), cl966.
    58 p. ill. MtU MtBC GFP
    The snows of Echo Lake. (n.p., C1966).
    38 p. ill. MtU MtBC GFP

  476. Stevensville Historical Society. The Bitterroot Valley, a traveler's guide. Stevensville, Mt., Stevensville Historical Society, 1976.
    29 p. ill. map MtU MPL MtBC

  477. _____ . _____ . Montana genesis; a history of the Stevensville area of the Bitterroot Valley. Missoula, Mt., Mountain Press Pub., (1971).
    289 p. ill. biblio. index
    L&C GFP

  478. Stith, Beryl. Terry does exist, a history of south¬eastern Montana copied from old records by B. Stith, (n.p.), The Author, cl964.
    11, 28, 17 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  479. Story of Fort Union and its traders. (Williston, N. D., n.d.).
    48 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  480. Stuwe, Jane Willits. East Base, 1940-1946. (n.p.,
    137 p. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP

  481. _____ . _____ . Valley ventures: Simms (and) Fort

  482. Shaw. (Great Falls, Mt., n.p., 1967).
    300 p. ill. index MtHi MtBC GFP

  483. Sugar Beet Committee, Bozeman, Montana. The Gallatin Valley, the Egypt of America. Bozeman, Mt., (Bozeman Chronicle, 1906?).
    31 p. ill. MtBC GFP
    A summer in the Gallatin: hunting, camping, and fishing. Bozeman, the beautiful. (Denver, Careon-Harner, 19-?). 16 p. ill. MtBC

  484. Tatsey, John. The black moccasin. Introduction by Senator Mike Mansfield. Paul T. DeVore, ed. Spokane, Wa., Curtis Art Gallerv, cl971.
    79 p. ill. MtU MtHi'MtBC L&C GFP

  485. Three Forks Herald, Three Forks' 50th anniversary section, Sept. 18, 1958.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi

  486. _____ . _____ . 1908-1950, Aug. 3, 1950.
    8 p. ill. MtU

  487. The Three Forks of the Missouri River: logical site of a national memorial. (n.p., n.d.).
    16 p. MtHi MtBC

  488. Thresher, Frank L. History of the early settlement and the Helena of today....(published under the auspices of the Helena Board of Trade), Helena, Mt., 1890.
    1 v. ill. MtBC MtHi L&C

  489. Toole, K. Ross. The rape of the Great Plains: northwest America, cattle and coal. Boston, Little Brown Co., cl976.
    271 p. map index MtU MtHi MtBC

  490. Toole County, Montana. Office of the County Superin¬tendent of Schools. Montana backgrounds, 315. (Shelby, Mt., 1956).
    91 leaves MtBC MtHi

  491. Topping, Eugene Sayre. The chronicles of the Yellow¬stone; an accurate comprehensive history of the country drained by the Yellowstone River; its Indian inhabitants, its first explorers, the early fur traders and trappers, the coming and trials of the emigrants.... St. Paul, Minn., Pioneer Press, 1883. 245 p. ill. PBL MtU MPL MtHi MtBC L&C

  492. Towne, Charles Wayland. Western Montana, a land that enchants the traveller, enriches the settler, and inspires everyone....illus. by Frank Ward. Dillon, Mt., Frank A. Hazelbaker, 1929.
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  493. Townsend Star. History of Broadwater County, by Mrs. Grace Hollaway and others. As published weekly in the Townsend Star. 1964-
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  494. _____ . _____ . Special edition on Broadwater County, May 10, 1907.
    1 v. MtHi MtBC

  495. Traces of Sage, compiled by Ruby Langel. (n.p.), 1974.
    1 v. (unpaged) ill. map
    MtU MtHi

  496. Tri-county atlas: Meagher, Sweet Grass and Carbon.
    Big Timber, Mt., Henry and Geiger, (1902?).
    112 p. ill. ports. MtBC MtHi GFP

  497. Trippet, Edgar W. Historical information concerning the upper Flathead Valley. Kalispell, Mt., (n.p.), 1971.
    88 p. ill. MPL MtU MtBC MtHi GFP PBL

  498. Trippet, Frank H. History of Bigfork....Kalispell, Mt., Trippet Pub., 1956.
    64 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC GFP
    History of Kalispell....Kalispell, 'Mt., (nTp.), 1956.
    84 p. ill. MtU MtHi MtBC GFP
    History of Whitefish....Kalispell, Mt., (n.p.), 1956.
    80 p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  499. Truchot, Theresa. Chips. (n.p.), Truchot, cl975.
    149 p. ill. maps MtU MtHi MtBC

  500. Twentieth century souvenir of Montana: Lewis and Clark County. (n.p., 1901).
    82 p. ill. MtHi MtBC L&C
    25 years of Garfield County High School, 1914-1939, compiled by Fern E. Schillreff, Jessie M. Shawver. (n.p., 1975?).
    200 p. ill. MtU

  501. United States. Work Projects Administration; Montana. Great Falls yesterday, comprising a collection of biographies and reminiscences of early settlers, (n.p., 1939.
    384 p. MtU MtBC MtHi GFP

  502. Upton, Richard. Fort Custer on the Big Horn, 1877¬1898; its history and personalities as told and pictured by its contemporaries. Glendale, Ca., A. H. Clark Co., 1973.
    316 p. ill. biblio. index

  503. Utica Historical Society. Utica, Montana. (Utica, Mt. , n.p., 1968).
    247 p. ill. index MPL MtU MtBC MtHi PBL

  504. Utterback, Gretchen. Pioneers of old Dawson County, by Gretchen Utterback and Isabella Murphy.
    (Glendive, Mt.), Review Pub. Co., (1965).
    40 p. ill. ports. MtBC MtHi MPL

  505. Valier Farm Sales Company. Valier, Montana; a country of farm homes. Valier, Mt., The Company, (1918?).
    32 p. ill. maps MtU

  506. Vallance, Mary Pierson. Memories: Fair Play School and community, compiled and typed by Mary Pierson Vallance. (n.p.), 1974.
    32 leaves MtHi

  507. Veraldi, Marion. Cavill school golden anniversary (fifty years...more or less, 1912-1964), by Marion Veraldi, Betty Sweeney and Clara Doles. Billings, Mt. , (n.p.), 1964.
    68 leaves ill. EMC PBL

  508. (Virginia City) Madisonian. Anniversary edition:
    90 years in Alder Gulch, May 29, 1953.
    v. ill. MtHi MtBC

  509. _____ . _____ . Centennial edition, May 24, 1963.
    8 p. ill. MtHi MtBC

  510. Waite, Susan. An historical inventory of the Marysville ghost town. Missoula, Mt., (n.p.), 1975?
    53 leaves ill. biblio.
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  511. Wall, 0. Lustre-Larslan-Volt story, 1916-1966, by
    J. Wall and Arthur Fast. Fraser, Mt., Community Club, 1966.
    64 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  512. Watson, Arthur H. Montana trails and tribulations. Billings, Mt., Western Printing and Lithographv, 1976.
    95 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

  513. We called them back; Montana homesteaders and pioneers of the old Wilson Post Office country, by Lloyd and Mabel Johnston (et al.). Fairfield, Mt., Fairfield Times, 1974.
    176 p. ill. MtBC MtHi GFP

  514. Wehr, Olive C., ed. and comp. To live on a reserva¬tion, Bicentennial edition, 1854-1976. St. Ignatius, Mt., Mission Valley News, 1976. 100 p. ill. MtU

  515. Weisel, George Ferdinand. Men and trade on the north¬west frontier as shown by the Fort Owen ledger. Missoula, Mt., Montana State Univ. Press, 1955. 291 p. ill. biblio. index MtU MtBC MtHi L&C WMC GFP

  516. Weitfle, Charles. Views of Granite, Philipsburg, and vicinity. Granite, Mt., nublished by Charles Weitfle, (1891?). MtU MtBC

  517. Whitehall, Montana. High School. History Class of 1928. History of the Jefferson Valley. Whitehall, Mt., Jefferson Valley News, 1928. 56 p. MtHi MtBC

  518. Whitepine Extension Homemakers. Crosscuts and rails. (Whitepine, Mt., The Authors), 1975. 159 p. ill. MtHi

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    1 v. ill. MtHC MtU MtBC MtHi PBL L&C

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  521. _____ . _____ . A photohistory of Gardiner, Jardine,
    Crevasse; entrance to Yellowstone National Park wonder¬land. Livingston, Mt., Park County News, (1968?).
    1 v. ill. MtHC MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL

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    48 p. "ill. MtU

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    1 v. ill. MtHC'MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PEL

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  525. _____ . _____ . 60 miles of photohistory, Upper Yellow¬stone Valley. Livingston, Mt., Park County News, (1965?). '
    (48) p. ill. MtU MtBC MtHi MPL PBL GFP

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    136 p. ill. MtBC MtHi

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    80 p. ill. MtBC MtU MtHi

  528. Winnett Times. Fiftieth anniversary edition, July 16, 1964.
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    103 p. ill. index MtU MtHi

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    47 p. ill. MtBC MtHi PBL

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    305 p. ill. index MPL MtU MtBC MtHi PBL L&C GFP



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