Proceedings, 2006.

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Montana History Conference (33rd: Billings, Mont.: 2006). Proceedings, 2006.

Proceedings, 2006.

Montana History Conference Proceedings, 2006. Recordings from the 33rd Annual Montana History Conference (Our Place in the West: Views from the Yellowstone River Valley), held in Billings, Mont. at the Sheraton Hotel.

Sound recordings 19 cassette tapes.

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Granville Stuart was born August 27, 1834, in Clarksburg, Harrison County, Virginia, to Robert Stuart and Nancy Currence Hall. He was the second of five children. Stuart left Iowa in 1852 with his brother James to seek a fortune in the gold fields of California. They traveled with their father, Robert Stuart, from the American Valley (Quincy) to Bidwell Bar, then on through Morris Ravine near Cherokee, finally arriving at Sam Neal's ranch near present-day Durham. He and his brother moved up the ...

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Evelyn Jephson Flower was born August 26, 1868, near Streatham, England. The Flower family was tied to England's elite--her half brother Cyril Flower became Lord Battersea in 1892. Ewen Somerled Cameron was born in 1854 in Scotland, to a genteel, but penniless family. Evelyn and Ewen Cameron were married in the fall of 1889 and spent their honeymoon in Montana. Both were avid hunters and were lured to Montana by English magazines that boasted of the abundant wildlife, th...

James, Will, 1892-1942

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Joseph Ernest Nephtali Dufault, later self-names Will James, was a cowboy originally from Canada, who went on to become an author and artist of the American West. He is well-known for his book Smoky the Cowhorse. From the description of Photographs of Will James artwork, circa 1910s-1920s. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367950757 American writer and illustrator, who wrote simple, realistic adventure stories of the American West. From the description of Letters, 1...

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Ralston, James Kenneth 1896-1987.

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Yellowstone Trail Association (U.S.)

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Billings, Parmly 1863-1888.

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Billings, Frederick, 1823-1890

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Billings was a San Francisco lawyer; partners with Archibald Peachy and H.W. Halleck, of the firm Halleck, Peachy and Billings, which specialized in cases involving land titles. From the description of Frederick Billings legal journal and miscellaneous papers, 1850-1869. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 86128672 Frederick Billings went to California in 1849 and began a law practice in San Francisco. He became a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad in...

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