- Comprehensive Index
- Ten Year Index
- Montana Native Plants and Early Peoples
- Montana's Historical Highway Markers
- Montana Place Names
Indexed and compiled by Douglas J. Easton
This forty-year index to Montana The Magazine of Western History is the finding tool you have been waiting for. This index includes articles, book reviews, essays, photographs, artwork, people, places, and things. The well-researched and documented articles in Montana are now more accessible.
This ten-year cumulative index to Montana The Magazine of Western History, created to celebrate the magazine's fiftieth anniversary, complements the forty-year index published in 1993. Montana has published well-researched, engaging articles for fifty years. Now you can easily access them all with this invaluable reference tool. (Back issues of the magazine are also available for sale. To complete your collection, call 1-800-243-9900.)
by Jeff Hart
Illustrated by Jacqueline Moore
From Alder to Yellowbells, sixty native Montana plants are featured in this fascinating and informative guide, now in a new, easy-to-use format. Learn how Native Americans and other early inhabitants of the area used these plants for food, medicine, and religious rituals. Each illustrated entry also gives a detailed description of the plant and its habitat and range.
168 pages, illus.
Revised and Expanded
Compiled by Glenda Clay Bradshaw, from original text by Robert H. Fletcher
Updated by Jon Axline
Illustrated by Irvin H. "Shorty" Shope
In this revised and expanded edition of Montana's Historical Highway Markers, you'll find the text to 186 historical highway markers and new, easy-to-follow maps to guide you to the signs' locations. Buffalo jumps, gold strikes, mining disasters, and famous battles all get their due in these roadside signs, as do dinosaurs, epidemics, irrigation projects, railroads, wagon roads, and wilderness areas. Delightfully illustrated by Shorty Shope, this is a must-read for everyone from the history buff to the casual tourist. In fact, road trippers will want two copies of this book-one for their bookshelves and the other for their glove compartments.
208 pages, illus., maps
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By Montana Historical Society Research Center Staff
Montana Place Names from Alzada to Zortman explores the origins of more
than 1,200 place names. Written by Montana Historical Society staff and
drawing on the expertise of historians from around the state, this book
includes entries describing towns and cities, geographic features, parks
and battlefields, properties on the National Register of Historic Places,
and more. The full-color maps and extensive index help readers pinpoint
every place described, and historic images reveal the Montana of