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    • Highland Gulch

    • 1900
    • Montana -- History
    • Extract from book that discusses how Highland Gulch and the Highland Mountains were discovered in 1866.
    • The Mountaineer (June 1916).

    • 1916
    • Butte High School (Butte, Mont.) - Students - Periodicals; Schools - Montana - Butte
    • "Published monthly during the school year, October to June by the students of the Butte High School." Issues combine characteristics of a newspaper, literary magazine and yearbook. Vol. 8, No. 7 (June 1916)
    • Butte City Guide

    • 1937
    • Butte (Mont.) Guidebooks; Butte (Mont.) Description and travel
    • Field Editorial Copy created by workers from the Works Progress Administration in the state of Montana. Small sections used in Montana: a state guidebook, published in 1939. Forewords by Governors Roy E. Ayers and Elmer Holt. Pages numbered in...
    • History of the early reduction plants of Butte

    • 1953
    • Ore-dressing plants - Montana - Butte; Butte (Mont.) -- History.
    • Reprinted from De re metallica, vol. 18, nos. 2 and 3. Discusses the history of early stamp mills and smelters in Butte and Anaconda.
    • The Butte Mining District, Montana.

    • 1932
    • Geology - Montana; Mines and mineral resources - Montana.
    • Discusses the history and geology of the Butte mining district. Includes several maps that show veins and faults of the district.
    • Scrapbook 1915-1917

    • 1915-1917
    • Butte Free Public Library (Mont.); Butte (Mont.) - History
    • This scrapbook contains predominantly news clippings of weekly articles written by Butte Public Library's Head Librarian, John F. Davies. Other local and state news clippings concerned with the Butte Public Library or state library issues are...
    • The Mountaineer (June 1918).

    • 1918
    • Butte High School (Butte, Mont.) - Students - Periodicals; Schools - Montana - Butte
    • Published monthly during the school year, October to June by the students of the Butte High School. Issues combine characteristics of a newspaper, literary magazine and yearbook. Includes typed sheet with Faculty Conundrums quiz. Vol. 10, no. 7...
    • Butte Beckons

    • [1948?]
    • Butte (Mont.) - Description and travel
    • Butte offers you the chance to establish yourself in a growing city that offers much more than mining. Includes information on Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Dillon, Whitehall, Three Forks, Twin Bridges, Ennis, Harrison, Boulder, Virginia City.
    • The Anaconda Standard Almanac 1893

    • 1892
    • Montana Statistics
    • Compilation of facts and figures relating to business, political and industrial life of Montana, published annually in almanac form
    • The Industrial Readers: Book II: Diggers in the Earth

    • 1916
    • Mines and mineral resources.; Readers and speakers--1870-
    • Book II of Industrial Readers Series. From the Preface, ""The four books of this series have been written not merely to provide agreeable reading matter for children, but to give them information.... When he [child] has begun to apprehend the...
    • Butte, Montana [Butte, Metropolis of Montana]

    • 1915
    • Butte (Mont.) - Description and travel.
    • Pamphlet on Butte, Montana, to dispel the old fallacy that Butte is a mere mining camp, to show that Butte is a growing, flourishing and permanent city, to place this community in the proper light before the world and to invite the home-builder,...
    • The Anaconda Company as seen in Montana : a series of articles

    • 1922
    • Anaconda Company; Montana - History.
    • Reprinted from the Waterbury (Conn.) Republican of March 12-30, 1922. This series of 19 articles was published after the merger of the American Brass Company (based in Conn.) with the Anaconda Copper Company.
    • Seven talks about mines.

    • 1939
    • Mines and mineral resources -- Montana -- Butte -- History.
    • This book consists of a series of talks given before the Butte Rotary Club, March-April 1939, on a variety of mining topics, collected and issued by the Butte Chamber of Commerce.
    • In memoriam, Walter Washington de Lacy

    • 1897
    • De Lacy, Walter Washington, -- 1819-1892.
    • Reprinted from Journal of the association of engineering societies, XVIII, No. 6, June, 1897. A biography of civil engineer de Lacy, who laid out the town sites of Fort Benton, Deer Lodge and Argenta, and made the first map of Montana.

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