Montana the Magazine of Western History - Summer 1997

By: Rankin, Charles E. (editor)

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Summer 1997. Volume 47, Number 2. Articles include "Baited by a 'Color' of Gold to a Mountain of Granite": Connecticut Capital at Work in the Montana Goldfields, 1865-1868, Part I: Easy dreams and hard realities; Red Cloud, Part II: The Reservation Years: Trial and transition for the great Lakota leader; Passengers, Profits, and Prestige: The Glacier Park Hotel Company, 1914-1920: How the Great Northern Railway also courted status and legacy; Fire on the Mountain: Tragic Death and Memorialization of the Storm King Fourteen: Wildfire and changing perspectives on the environment; An Indian Memorial for the Little Bighorn: The winning design; Historical Commentary-What Ever Happened to the Anaconda Company?; Essays on the West-Reflections on a Reputation: The Remington Raisonné. See our other listings for more issues of this magazine.

Title: Montana the Magazine of Western History - Summer 1997

Author Name: Rankin, Charles E. (editor)

Categories: Montana,

Publisher: Helena, MT, Montana Historical Society: 1997

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 008535