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    • Told in the plain words of a real cowboy

    • 1995
    • Cowboys;
    • Sonny Gist a noted cowboy and resident of North Central Montana has gathered together in this book a collection of stories of which he has been a part.
    • Anna Zellick

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    • Anna Zellick;
    • Anna grew up in the Divide area near Lewistown, Montana. This book is her memoir.
    • Art Survey 1943

    • 1943
    • Fergus County, Montana;
    • A booklet describing the history, businesses, churches, industries, and the arts of the local area
    • Buffalo hunt in the 1880's

    • 1880
    • Buffalo hunting;
    • W. E. (Limestone) Wilson and 3 of his friends traveled on the government trail that ran from Fort Meade in the Black Hills to Fort Keogh on the Yellowstone. They were headed for Montana to hunt the last of the buffalo. They started out in December...
    • Burke, Marion. Interview.

    • 1978-06-20
    • Depressions--1929; Sheep Ranches; School Boards;
    • In this interview, Lewistown residents Marion and Esther Burke discuss their early memories and experiences in Lewistown, Montana, including their work, local residents and customs, homesteading and ranching, organizations and businesses, and with...
    • 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.
    • Chandler, Helen. Interview

    • 1978-08-07
    • Fergus County, Montana; Teachers;
    • In this interview, Lewistown resident, Helen Chandler discusses her memories and experiences as a student, and later as a teacher, in the Lewistown Public Schools. She also mentions local residents and customs, and general history of Lewistown....
    • 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...
    • 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, 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.
    • 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...
    • Gilmore, Norma Interview.

    • 2012
    • Forest Grove, Montana; Book Burning; World War I;
    • In this interview Lewistown resident, Norma Gilmore discusses her memories and experiences as a student in the Lewistown public schools including book burning and the burning of the high school during World War I. She also describes growing up in...
    • History of Fergus County Coal Production, 1889-1950

    • 1996
    • J.O. Gilkerson; Samuel W. Gebo; Croatian homesteaders; Spring Creek Coal Mine;
    • A paper written by Anna Zellick as part of the Central Montana History class for Lewistown School District No. 1 Adult Education Program.
    • 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 those who made it

    • 1879
    • Metis; Red River carts; Ben Kline;
    • Early history of the Metis who settled the Lewistown area in 1879-1882.
    • History of Winifred

    • 1988
    • Winifred, Montana;
    • History of the Winifred community along with some of the early families who settled the area.
    • 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...
    • Horner, Fred. Interview

    • 1983-10-10
    • Radios; Armory; Theaters; Brick and Tile; Drug Stores; Phonographs; Airport; John Ritch;
    • Interview for the Historic Resourse Survey. A history of the Seiden Drug Store, Lewistown, Montana and Fred Horners' role in it. He discusses many of the business that existed from the time he came to Lewistown in 1922 to 1983
    • In Maiden's palmy days.

    • 1909-12-17
    • Lewistown, Montana; Reed's Fort; Reedsfort; Fires;
    • A newspaper article about Lewistown in its early days. Describes the fire of the Day Hotel in Reedsfort [Reed's Fort] (Lewistown and Reedsfort [Reed's Fort] became the same town).
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Mueller, George. Interview

    • 1978-06-29
    • Vigilantes;
    • In this interview, Lewistown resident, George Mueller discusses his memories and experiences as a student in the Lewistown Public Schools. He also mentions local residents and the general history of Lewistown and Central Montana, including his...
    • 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.
    • Oracle of the Fergus County Free High School, November, 1907

    • 1907
    • Literary Society; Business Advertisements; Sports;
    • Includes articles on the Fergus High School Alumni, local school events, literary articles, sports and lists of other schools they exchanged booklets with. Published monthly in the school year 1907-1908 for $.05 per copy or $.50 per year.
    • Montana Story. Montana State Centennial.

    • 1964
    • Pageants; Mickelsen, Gunnar; Booster Clubs; Fairs; Centennial Presentations;
    • Central Montana Fair and Centennial, Inc. presents “The Montana Story” written by George S. Elias, Wanda Rockhold, Joseph Simmons. Produced and Directed by Robert L. Hulse, Technical Director, Phillip Frable. A John B. Rogers Company...
    • Birds of Fergus County, Montana

    • 1903
    • Birds;
    • A listing and of each bird observed in the area and where it was found. Also includes distinguishing features of each bird, its habits and habitats and nests.
    • Oracle of the Fergus County Free High School, January, 1908

    • 1908
    • Literary Society; Business Advertisements; Sports;
    • Includes articles on the Fergus High School Alumni, local school events, literary articles, sports and lists of other schools they exchanged booklets with. Published monthly in the school year 1907-1908 for $.05 per copy or $.50 per year.
    • Birth of Fergus County

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    • Fergus County, Montana; Granville Stuart; James Fergus;
    • A short history of Fergus County, Montana. 3 page typed document.
    • Your CCC; a handbook for Enrollees

    • 1938
    • Civilian Conservation Corps.
    • A booklet for enrollees in the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) "Builder of Men". Conceived and put into operation by the U. S. Government during a time of economic depression, the Civilian Conservation Corps has given hundreds of thousands of...
    • Sketch Book Vol. 1. Number 2

    • 1907
    • Sheep Industry; Hypnotism; Inland Empire; Business Advertisements;
    • A 56-page booklet has writings by various authors: The Great Inland Empire by George Beasley; A Little Daughter of the West by Gertrude Maxwell; Early Days with Flockmasters by W.A. Hedges; Needed Legislation by Judge E. K. Cheadle; the Overland...
    • 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.
    • History of Fergus County High School 1899-1970

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    • Stonemasons; Bank failures; Drought; Textbook burning;
    • Highlights of the Fergus County High School which served the children of homesteaders who settled in Fergus County, Montana by the thousands after 1900. The High School was a symbol of their faith and belief in a free public high school which was...
    • History of Lewistown School District #1, 1882-1982.

    • 1948
    • Drought; Depressions;
    • The development of the Lewistown School system coinsided with the homestead movement and the growth of the town, 1880-1920. For the next 25 years the district suffered immeasurably from the drought, economic depression and World War II.
    • Junior Hi Life 1929.

    • 1929-06
    • Lewistown, Montana; Junior High School;
    • A 10-page newspaper published by the Junior High School, Lewistown, Montana. Includes sports, activities, poems, class prophecy, clubs, music, student council officers, and autographs of students. Vol V. Number 6 June 1929.
    • Junior Hi Life 1928.

    • 1928
    • Junior High School;
    • Promotion number May 1928. Events of the school year.
    • Pullen, Roberta Interview

    • 1990-06-19
    • Nurses;
    • An interview with Roberta Pullen for the “Medicine, Health Care and Nursing in Montana” oral history project for the Montana Historical Society. During the interview Roberta Pullen will discuss her father, Dr. Fred Taylor, one of the first...
    • Ruth (Thomas) Tucek Interview by Jeana Ganskop

    • 2012-07-20
    • Danvers, Montana; Barta Family; St. Wenceslaus Church;
    • Mrs. Tucek’s recollections describe life in a small rural Montana town and how social organizations like the church and the women’s club were important venues for seeing neighbors and learning new things. Particularly interesting are her...
    • Smith, Frank, Interview

    • 1978-06-07
    • Hawthorne School; Garfield School; Beaver Creek School; Freighting; Wool; Tar Paper Palace; Jawbone Railroad; Calvert Hotel; Circus;
    • Fergus County High School graduate, 1919.
    • Susan Morris Interview by Jeana Ganskop

    • 2012-07-20
    • Danvers, Montana; Barta Family; St. Wenceslaus Church;
    • Mrs. Morris’ recollections vividly describe the activities of the Women’s Club and life in rural Montana. Although she lived in Kolin, ten miles away from Danvers, the Danvers Women’s Club was an extremely important part of her life and many...
    • Sylvia Barta Rapley Interview by Peggy Barta

    • 2011-07-05
    • Danvers, Montana; Barta Family; St. Wenceslaus Church;
    • Danvers is a small agricultural community settled largely by Bohemian Catholics and located on the Milwaukee Road. St. Wenceslaus Church, a symbol of the Bohemian religious and cultural heritage, was built in 1916. Much of the town’s social...
    • The Naming of Gilt Edge Mine and town of Gilt Edge, Montana

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    • Mining;
    • George Wieglenda was a friend of Bill (Limestone) Wilson and both were long-time Maiden area residents and miners. This is the story of Bill (Limestone) Wilson as written by George Wieglenda. His grandson, Jerry Hanley deciphered Wieglenda's...
    • They Carved Their Hopes in Stone and Helped Build a Montana City.

    • 1978
    • Croatian Stonemasons; Stonemasons;
    • In this article, Anna Zellick of Lewistown, herself a member of a Croatian family which had to adjust, sometimes painfully, to a strange new language and customs when they settled in the Lewistown area, not only relates how the ancient skills of...
    • United Methodist Church, Lewistown, Montana

    • 1986
    • Methodist Church; Churches;
    • Booklet: "In remembrance and rededication on this 100th Anniversary 1886-1896 United Methodist Church to remember the past and Challenge the future."
    • Wiedeman, Art. Interview

    • 1981-10-16
    • Lewistown Brick and Tile Co.; Montana Hardware Co.; Gretencourt, John;
    • The Wiedeman family was one of the early families in Lewistown, Montana and were very involved in the building of the town. They owned the Lewistown Brick and Tile Co.

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