Proceedings, 2009.


Proceedings, 2009.

Montana History Conference Proceedings, 2009. Recordings from the 36th Annual Montana History Conference (Great History Falls Here) held in Great Falls, Mont. 2009. (OH 2289).

Sound recordings 17 cassette tapes.

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