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    • Anna Zellick

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    • Anna Zellick;
    • Anna grew up in the Divide area near Lewistown, Montana. This book is her memoir.
    • My High School Memories-Margaret Arganbright

    • 1933
    • High School; Fergus County High School, Lewistown, Montana
    • A scrapbook of memorabilia done by Margaret Arganbright who attended Fergus County High School, Lewistown, Montana from 1929 until she graduated in 1933. The book has photos and lists of names of the graduating students. It also has photos and...
    • Art Survey 1943

    • 1943
    • Fergus County, Montana;
    • A booklet describing the history, businesses, churches, industries, and the arts of the local area
    • Back Country Byway

    • 2003-11-19
    • D-Y Trail; Missouri Breaks National Back Country Byway; Kipp Park;
    • A tourist route through the Missouri Breaks.
    • Birth records for Central Montana 1901-1975

    • 1975
    • Genealogy records;
    • A listing of people born in Central Montana for the years 1901-1975 taken from various local newspapers: Fergus County Argus, Fergus County Democrat, Lewistown Daily News, Lewistown Democrat News and Judith Basin Farmer.
    • Blessed are the Peace Makers

    • 2010
    • Sheriffs;
    • "Blessed are the Peacemakers" is a synopsis by chapters of the lives of early day sheriffs and law officers in central Montana. These brave and daring citizens were the first to establish law and order on the frontier of Montana as a Territory and...
    • Boom days in Maiden Mining Camp

    • 1930-08-21
    • Maiden, Montana; Fort Maginnis; Gold Mines; Rustle, Montana; Alpine, Montana; Skookum Joe Anderson; Chinese-Americans;
    • A newspaper article about the ghost town of Maiden. Describes the discovery of gold, and some of the businesses and the towns disagreement with the government over the boundary line of Fort Maginnis.
    • Celebrating the 4th of July, 1913 in Maiden, Montana

    • 2014-12-03
    • Edwin B. (Hardrock) Coolidge; Pete Rosso; Bob Good; Dick Mitchell; Adam Sagar; Dave Harris; Tom Kerr; Jack Dove; Johnny Wirtz (Wert, Wirts, Wirtenberg); Bill Mahar; Al Sellers; Jack Turnblade; Frank Bryant; Charlie Payne; Bill Smith; John...
    • A history of the town of Maiden, Montana with emphasis on some of the photographs taken by Edwin B. (Hardrock) Coolidge. Hanley has identified the men in the photos and has written information about many of the men.
    • Central Montana Farm Directory

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    • Directories;
    • Farm and Ranch Directory of land owners in Fergus County, Montana. It covers Fergus, Garfield, Wheatland, Meagher, Judith Basin, Golden Valley and Petroleum Counties. It also includes a map of each county. Includes many advertizements for...
    • Central Montana Raids of 1884

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    • Vigilantes; Granville Stuart;
    • A paper written by historian Oscar O. Mueller about the vigilantes in Central Montana.
    • Central Montana's Communities

    • 1973
    • Central Montana;
    • The story of 59 Central Montana communities. Ken and Scottie Byerly inteviewed more than 100 people in their travels through Montana. These stories ran weekly in the Lewistown News-Argus from July 8, 1973 to August 28, 1974.
    • Cooley, Charles. Interview.

    • 1969-03; 1973-01
    • Automobile Sales; Rodeos; Central Montana Fair;
    • Charles Cooley was born on 10 May 1894 in Laurin, Mont., the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cooley. His father was from Ohio, and his mother's parents came to Virginia City, Montana Territory, looking for gold. Charles Cooley's great-grandfather was...
    • Cultural Resource Survey of Kendall, Montana.

    • 1990
    • Kendall, Montana;
    • On August 21, 1989, John R. Foster contracted with the Lewistown Historic Preservation Office to do a Cultural Resource Inventory on the historic ghost town of Kendall, MT. Included in the contractual obligation was the specific task of completing...
    • Dowen, Tom. Interview.

    • 1983-10-08
    • Automobile Dealers;
    • Tom Dowen was a long-time automobile dealer in Lewistown, Montana. This inteview was done as part of the Historic Resource Survey.
    • Early beginnings of Lewistown Recounted.

    • 1972-12-17
    • Fort Sherman; Camp Lewis; Peter Koch;
    • A 4 page article written by Robert L. Dissly about the early men who explored the Lewistown area. The last page includes two sketches made by Dissly showing the trading post built by Peter Koch and Camp Lewis as he envisioned them.
    • Early Days in Lewistown

    • 1930
    • Perley M. Silloway;
    • Silloway's reminiscences of the time he lived in Lewistown, Montana.He did a series of these articles for the newspaper in the 1930's.
    • Early Days in Lewistown.

    • 1930
    • Perley M. Silloway;
    • Silloway's reminiscences of the time he lived in Lewistown, Montana. He did a series of these articles for the newspaper in the 1930's.
    • Elks Imperial Minstrels

    • 1908
    • Elk's Club;
    • Lewistown Lodge #456 B.P.O.E. presents their Elks Imperial Minstrels at Culver's Opera House, Thursday and Friday, January 2-3, 1908, Lewistown, Montana. Direction of Miller and Draper
    • Fallen Branches on Montana Soil

    • 2005
    • Rattlesnake Jake; Jew Jake Harris; Pike Landusky; Kid Curry; Johnny Curry; James Winters; James Wilber; Mary Wilber;
    • Fallen Branches on Montana Soil is a compilation of stories of the lives of peculiar yet well-known characters who lived in Montana in the 1880-1890s period. These men were fiercely independent living on the edge of what were the norms of society....
    • Fergus County High School class of 1904, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1904
    • High Schools;
    • Catalogue of the Fergus County High School, Lewistown, Montana. A handbook of general information and a topical outline of the courses of study for the use of teachers, pupils and patrons. Includes lists of students that graduated in 1901, 1902,...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1929, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1929-06-06
    • High Schools;
    • Alice Marie Glancy; 2. Charles Veneman; 3. Ernest Withee; 4. Thelma Brurs; 5. Ralph Skarda; 6. Marjorie Worsdell; 7. Dorothy Hazen; 8. Ted Manuel; 9. Julia Elvin; 10. Billie Coburn; 11. Ruth Kelly; 12. Vera Gore; 13. Williams Skaggs; 14....
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1933, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1933-05-26
    • High Schools;
    • 1. Furlong, Marion; 2. Boles, John; 3. O'Donnell, Mary; 4. Aldrich, Donald; 5. Thomas, Loraine; 6. Freseman, Lowell; 7. Dow, Evryll; 8. Tubb, George; 9. King, Virginia; 10. Sherman, Gene; 11. Iverson, Guri Ann; 12. Nemec, Joe; 13. Fitzhugh,...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1934, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1934-05-18
    • High Schools; Graduates;
    • 1. Lucille Smith; 2. Carl Hostetter; 3. Dorcas Cox; 4. Jack Hughes; 5. Marion Allen; 6. George Skarda; 7. Margaret Brurs; 8. Donald Lindstrand; 9. Louise Krall; 10. Charles Miller; 11. Marie Barta; 12. Howard Dissly; 13. Ada Burnham; 14....
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1939, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1939
    • High Schools;
    • 1. Gwendolyn Dick; 2. Joe Boucher; 3. Betty Boller; 4. William Hartman; 5. Leah Beryl Greene; 6. Emmet Haugen; 7. Jean Gretencort; 8. Roger Cox; 9. Joan Clement; 10. Jim Biddison; 11. Agnes Rustuen; 12. Theo Conard; 13. Bettiejean...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1940, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1940-05-24
    • High Schools;
    • 1. Marion Martha Vinge; 2. Dona Marie Waite; 3. Jack A. Brinkman; 4. Jane Marie Wendt; 5. Robert L. Buchanan; 6. Louise Ida Wendt; 7. Jack Graham Crouch; 8. Alice Mae Tuma; 9. Martha Lea Wickens; 10. Harrison T. Vehawn; 11. Mary Jane...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1943, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1943-05-21
    • High Schools;
    • 1.Bert Kyle Replogle; 2. Joy Reeder; 3. Dean Peterson; 4. Ellen Rue Brown; 5. Ed Gurnett; 6. Judith McKerlie; 7. William Foshag; 8. Viola M. Horn; 9. Teddy Swift; 10. Ethel Hogeland; 11. Maurice Shammel; 12. Ruth Weingart; 13. Eva...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1944, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1944-05-19
    • High Schools;
    • .Peter Wiltgen; 2. Reha Bowen; 3. John Bucher; 4. Jeann Huxley; 5. Oscar Donisthorpe; 6. Bonnie Tresch; 7. Frank Rustuen; 8. Helen Christensen; 9. Taylor Waage; 10. Elsie Emswiler; 11. Clayton Nelson; 12. Margie Morgan; 13. Iver...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1947, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1947-05-26
    • High Schools;
    • 1.John Arnott; 2. Helen Ferris; 3. Lorence LaFontaine; 4. Hazel Emswiler; 5. Robert King; 6. Janet Mary Ashworth; 7. Edward Jones; 8. Donelda Vade Sterner; 9. Lois A. Wallace; 10. Betty B. Young; 11. James Robert Nevin; 12. Faye Housel; ...
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1948, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1948-05-28
    • High Schools;
    • 1.Dorris Ackelbein; 2. Arthur Allison; 3. Maxine Anderson; 4. Robert Apple; 5. Thelma Apple; 6. Beryl Berry; 7. Roberta Bloom; 8. William Bogie; 9. Dave Bogut; 10. Pearl Boller; 11. Warren Brown; 12. Gerald Bussey; 13. Duane Butler; 14....
    • Fergus County High School Class of 1949, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1949
    • High Schools;
    • Annual for the Fergus County High School, 1949. Students: George Heil, Karen Amundson, Mary Jane Amundson, James Anderson, Vivian Apple, Peggy Archer, Lee Baker, Wilma Benjamin, Gladys Bezouska, Calista Boniface, Martha Brinkman, Elsie Bunt, James...
    • Fergus County's Greatest asset: her potential gold mines may prove "Lifesaver"

    • 1880
    • Limerock Wilson; Maiden, Montana; Gilt Edge, Montana; Harry Kendall;
    • William E. Wilson was born at Berrien Springs, Michigan, on November 5, 1860. When he was eight years old he traveled with his parents to Holt County, Missouri, and received a common school education. Imbued with romantic ideas from reading...
    • Forest Grove 1881-1981

    • 1981
    • Forest Grove, Montana; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Forest Grove, Montana is located in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, on the south fork of McDonald Creek, 19 miles southeast of Lewistown, Montana, and 18 miles west of Grass Range, Montana.
    • Forest Grove, Montana: a history book

    • 1985
    • Forest Grove, Montana;
    • This book of Forest Grove and the area bordering is dedicated to the early pioneers, who settled in the early 1880's and to those who stayed, and others who came to develop this area into a productive farming and ranching community.
    • Forgotten towns of Fergus

    • 1912-12-17
    • Fergus County, Montana; Carroll, Montana; Reed anad Bowles Trading Post; Nelsonville, Montana; Rustle, Montana; Gardenland (Utica), Montana; Alpine, Montana; Andersonville, Montana; Maiden, Montana; Ubet, Montana; Yogo, Montana;
    • Information about many of the small towns in Central Montana were formed and then abandoned.
    • Gans, Isabel Brown. Interview

    • 1979-02-02
    • Schools;
    • F.C.H.S. Faculty 1935-1939 In this interview Lewistown resident Isabel Brown Gans discusses her memories and experiences as a teacher in the Lewistown public schools. She also mentions her childhood in Lothrop and Milltown; her father's work for...
    • Geography & Geology of Fergus County (Montana)

    • 1919
    • Judith Mountains, Montana; Moccasin Mountains, Montana;
    • 71 page bulletin about the geography, mineral resources, climate, and soils of Fergus County, Montana. It also includes the origin of the geographic names in Fergus County.
    • Gilt Edge Mercantile ledger, Gilt Edge, Montana

    • 1892
    • Mercantile Stores; Gilt Edge, Montana;
    • A listing of customers and items they purchased at the Gilt Edge Mercantile store in Gilt Edge, Montana. The names listed are: Anderson, A.; Beatty, I.M.; Beeman, Chas.; Behnke, R. F.; Bessey, Mrs. C.; Biglen, John; Biglen, Mrs. P.; ...
    • Historical tidbits.

    • 1936
    • Lewistown, Montana; Freighting; Carroll, Montana; Metis; Camp Lewis;
    • Mueller lists important news items that were found in the Rocky Mountain Husbandman newspaper about the Central Montana area.
    • History of Fergus County from Early Days

    • 1880
    • Lewistown, Montana; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Mercy Jackson was an early school teacher in Lewistown. Her family arrived in this area on July, 1884
    • History of Lewistown-Dissly-MMP

    • 2000
    • Lewistown, Montana; Fergus County, Montana;
    • Textbook history of the Lewistown and Fergus County area. Includes a description of the government, mining, religions, manufacturing, entertainment, disasters of the area, ethnic goups, retailing and wholesaling, clubs, architecture of the local...
    • History of Moore, Montana

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    • Moore, Montana; Fergus County, Montana; Rockford, Montana;
    • A collection of articles written by various community people about the Moore area and the history of the buildings, the Jawbone Railroad, the clubs and the families.
    • History of Winifred

    • 1988
    • Winifred, Montana;
    • History of the Winifred community along with some of the early families who settled the area.
    • Hoboing in the 1880's

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    • Adventure stories;
    • W. E. "Limestone" Wilson describes his life on his travels though the west in the 1880's.
    • Hogeland, Frank. Interview

    • 1978-08-24
    • Parent-Teacher Associations; Abe Hogeland; County Commissioners; Soil Conservation Service;
    • In this interview, Lewistown residents Ola Mae and Frank Hogeland discuss their memories and experiences with the Lewistown public schools, including Ola Mae's involvement in the Highland Park School Parent Teachers Association. They also mention...
    • Hogeland, Ola Mae. Interview

    • 1978-08-15
    • Fergus County, Montana; Lewistown, Montana; P.T.A.;
    • Ola Mae was a member of the Highland Park P.T.A. 1928-1936; 1945-1951. In this interview Lewistown resident Ola Mae Hogeland discusses her memories and experiences with the Lewistown public schools, including her involvement in the Highland Park...
    • Hruska, Albert. Interview..

    • 1978-07-17
    • Fergus County, Montana; Hawthorne School; Catholic Schools; Jawbone Railroad. Horseshoe Bar Ranch;
    • Albert Hruska was a student at the Hawthorne School 1904-1908, in Lewistown, Montana.
    • Hurley, Julia. Interview

    • 1983-10-10
    • Real Estate; Automobile mechanics; Cook-Reynolds Co.; Cook, George; Reynolds, Ralph W.; Businesses;
    • An interview with Julia Hurley who moved to Lewistown, Montana as a young girl in 1904. She married H.C. Hurley who worked for the Cook-Reynolds real estate company in Lewistown. This interview was done as part of the Historic Resourse Survey.
    • In the Shadow Twin Sisters.

    • 1973
    • Ubet, Montana; Garneill, Montana; Buffalo, Montana; Straw, Montana.
    • Authentic illustrated history of the Pioneers of Ubet, Garneill, Straw and Buffalo in the State of Montana at the end of the nineteeenth century and the outset of the twentieth century as related by the Pioneers and by their descendents.
    • James Fergus the Grand Old Man of Montana

    • 1995
    • Fergus, James; Freethinkers; Cattle Industry; Military on the Frontier;
    • A profile of the "Freethinking Founding Father of Fergus County". Foreward by Anna Zellick. John Foster brings together all the major frontier enterprises-cattle, mining, military, and the Indians showing James Fergus' role in each.
    • John S. Jenni family

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    • Jenni Family; Segessman family; Kindschy family; Deffinbaugh family;
    • History of the branches of the Jenni family.
    • Judge DeKalb Reviews History of Lewistown from Founding

    • 1949-08-16
    • Fergus County, Montana; Lewistown, Montana;
    • Early history of Lewistown, Montana, that Judge Dekalb gave in a speech probably in 1949. He describes why the streets of Lewistown are on an angle; also includes how the town was platted.
    • King, Marjorie. Interview with Anna Zellick

    • 1978
    • Wieglenda, George 1877-1957; Maiden, Montana;
    • In this interview, Lewistown resident Marjorie King discusses her memories and experiences as a student of the Lewistown and Maiden Public Schools, and as a member of the Montana State Board of Education and Board of Regents. She also discusses...
    • Retracing Kipp Trails

    • 1997
    • Kipp family; Missouri River, Montana; Fur trading; Fort Clagett, Montana; Tavie Kipp; Landusky, Montana; Cow Island;
    • A collection of stories and pictures of the Kipp Family and the country they lived in with stories by Olivia Kipp.
    • Late Pioneer's Adventures Recounted

    • 1973
    • Fergus County, Montana; Lewistown, Montana;
    • A four page summary of Frank Moshners' life and places he built in the local area.
    • Lone Wolf in the Promised Land (2nd edition)

    • 2003
    • James Wilbur; Edward Biggs; Lucina Biggs; Joseph Kurtz; Sarah Joliff Kurtz; Murders;
    • Lone Wolf in the Promised Land is an in depth account of the tragic murders of five immigrants passing through the Judith Basin in June of 1889. Edward and Lucina Crowell Biggs, Joseph and Sarah Joliff Kurtz, and six year Ida Schauss were the...
    • Maiden the richest mining camp in Eastern Montana.

    • 1883-08-09
    • Maiden, Montana;
    • “Skookum Joe” Anderson, David Jones, Frank “Pony” McPartland, J. R. Kempet, C. Snow and others, were credited with the discovery of the mines of the Maiden District. In May, 1880, “Skookum Joe” and Jones located placer mines in Virgin Gulch, later...
    • Maiden was Gay Old Town

    • 1950-01-05
    • Maiden, Montana; Pony McPartland; Maginnis Mining Company;
    • A short history of early Maiden, Montana
    • Marshal, Charles. Interview, November 16, 1983

    • 1983
    • Ayers, Roy E.; Marshall, Charles J.; Attoneys; Milwaukee Railroad; Land Locators;
    • This interview was done as part of the Historic Resource Survey for Lewistown, Montana.
    • Marshall, Charles. Interview. Nov 12, 1983

    • 1983-11-12
    • Electric American Flag; Bank-Electric Building; Croatian Stonemasons; Creel Funeral Home; Marsh the Homemaker; Dr Attix; Pick-Handle Burke;
    • Charles Marshall discusses various buildings and their construction on Main Street.
    • Milburn, G.R. (Jack). Interview

    • 1978-06-24
    • School Boards; N-Bar Ranch; World War II Pilots; Montana Sheep Company; Judith Farms Company; Cattle Ranching; Droughts;
    • Jack Milburn was a Fergus County High School Board Member, 1931-1952.
    • Mineral Argus and Fergus County Argus 1883-1900 Death Index

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    • Genealogy records;
    • An index of the divorces listed in the Mineral Argus and Fergus County Argus newspapers for the years 1883-1900. The Mineral Argus newspaper existed from 1883-1886 at Maiden, Montana and then became the Fergus County Argus in 1886 in Lewistown,...
    • Mineral Argus and Fergus County Argus 1883-1900. Marriage Index.

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    • Genealogy records;
    • An index of the marriages listed in the Mineral Argus and Fergus County Argus newspapers for the years 1883-1900. The Mineral Argus newspaper existed from 1883-1886 at Maiden, Montana and then became the Fergus County Argus in 1886 in Lewistown,...
    • Nelson, Arnold. Interview

    • 1983-11-23
    • Homesteaders; Peter Martin Nelson; Carpenters; Lumber Companies; Building Plaster; Women Homesteaders;
    • Arnold Nelson was a son of a pioneer carpenter and builder, Peter Martin Nelson, who came to Lewistown in 1910.
    • Catalogue of the Fergus County Free High School, Lewistown, Montana. 1904.

    • 1904-08
    • Fergus County, Montana; Lewistown, Montana; Teachers; Board of Trustees; Graduates;
    • A handbook of general information and a topical outline of the courses of study for the use of teachers, pupils and patrons. Lists of the trustees, teachers, and pupils for the school year 1904-05. There is also a list of the graduates for the...
    • Lewistown's Diamond Jubilee Pageant program.

    • 1957-07-06
    • Lewistown, Montana;
    • The Pageant was called "Central Montana, a Miniature of the West." It is a play about the history of Lewistown and the area surrounding it.
    • A tribute to Oscar O. Mueller by Glen C. Morton, August 28, 1966

    • 1966
    • Vigilantes; Paleontology; Lawyers;
    • A speech by Glen C. Morton on the life of Oscar O. Mueller. Oscar O. Mueller came to Lewistown in 1908 and set up his law practice. He was well respected historian who wrote many articles on the history of Central Montana, and the vigilantes of...

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