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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.
    • 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...
    • 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
    • James Arthur  Family

    • 1992
    • Arthur family; Winifred, Montana;
    • James Arthur family. Walter James Arthur family. Hedley John Arthur family. Ellen Alice Arthur Burnside family. Mabel Annie Arthur Barritt family. Joseph William Arthur family. Harry Edwin Arthur family. Winifred, Montana
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Daughters of Jesus in our midst

    • 1989
    • St. Joseph's Hospital; Catholic Sisters; Catholic Schools;
    • This booklet was written as a supplement to the book “Heritage Book of the Original Fergus County Area.” It is the story about the Catholic sisters who came to Lewistown to establish a school and St. Joseph's Hospital.
    • Dissly, Robert Interview.

    • 1978-06-27
    • Historic Preservation; Creameries;
    • In this interview Lewistown resident, Robert Dissly discusses his experiences as a student in the early Lewistown public schools. He also discusses his work; his experiences in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II; his historic preservation work...
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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...
    • 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 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Luther Kelly letter to Oscar Mueller

    • 1927-01-06
    • Reed and Bowles Trading Post; Camp Lewis; Long Horse, Crow Chief;
    • A letter written by Luther Kelly to Oscar Mueller of Lewistown, Montana. He describes the Reed and Bowles Trading Post and Camp Lewis as he remembered them when he visited the area in the 1870's.
    • 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.
    • Mattson, Ronald B. Interview

    • 1983-04-08
    • Superintendents; World War II;
    • Lewistown Superintendent, Ronald Mattson (Superintendent 1972-1985) discusses his work administering the Lewistown School District. He also describes his experiences as a fighter plane gunner in World War II. Ronald B. Mattson was born in North...
    • 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.
    • Monkelin, Daisy. Interview.

    • 1969-11-13
    • Stonemasons; Tuss, Peter; Plovanic, John;
    • The purpose of the interview with Mrs. Daisy Tuss Monkelin was to reveal and preserve the contributions of the early Jugoslav settlers, one of several ethnic groups that started to come to Central Montana just before the turn of the century. As the...
    • 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...
    • Birth of Fergus County

    •  
    • Fergus County, Montana; Granville Stuart; James Fergus;
    • A short history of Fergus County, Montana. 3 page typed document.
    • 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.
    • Oracle of the Fergus County Free High School, October 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.
    • Fergus County High School Annual 1917

    • 1917
    • Yearbooks; High School Annuals;
    • We the Senior Class of nineteen hundred seventeen, take pleasure in presenting to our friends, present and future, this first issue of The Fergus.
    • 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's Medicine and Health Care.

    • 2000
    • Nursing; Health Care; Hospitals; Pharmacies; Drug Stores; Dentists; Dr. Fred Attix;
    • A chapter from the book "History of Lewistown" about the early medical facilities, and the medical profession in Lewistown, Montana.
    • 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.
    • Patriots on the Rampage; Mob Action in Lewistown 1917-1918.

    • 1981
    • Fergus County, Montana; Lewistown, Montana; German textbooks; School arson;
    • A spontaneous demonstration erupted in March 1918, where hundreds of Lewistown residents burned German books and then almost lynched a suspected traitor. They shocked themselves into a return to subdued, legal means for handling sedition, but the...
    • 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...
    • Ruckman, George. Interview.

    • 1978-07-11
    • Ruckman, George L. 1901-2001; Apple, Esther M. 1899-1994; Schools; book burning. Elgin Air force base, Florida;
    • In this interview Lewistown resident George L. Ruckman Sr. discusses his memories and experiences as a student in the Lewistown public schools, including the book burnings during World War I. He also mentions local residents and customs, and...
    • Savage, Frank. Interview.

    • 1978-03-15
    • Fergus County, Montana;
    • Faculty and Superintendent of Schools, 1954-1972. In this interview, former school district Superintendent Frank Savage discusses the administration, construction, and maintenance of the Lewistown Public Schools. He stresses the unification...
    • 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...
    • Simonfy, John. Interview

    • 1978-07-25
    • Kendall, Montana; Lewistown, Montana;
    • In this interview, Lewistown resident John Simonfy discusses his memories and experiences as a student in the Kendall and Lewistown Public Schools. He also describes growing up in Kendall, Montana, and Lewistown, including local residents, sports...
    • Spotted Horse mine discovered by Skookum Joe [Anderson]

    • 1935
    • Spotted Horse Mine; Judith Mountains, Montana;
    • The Spotted Horse Mine was discovered in 1880 by "Skookum" Joe, a half-breed Indian. He shipped a considerable amount of high-grade ore at that time from the old discovery shaft. It is the belief that the mine was then sold to Patrick McAdow for...
    • Stucky, Ralph. Two Interviews

    • 1985-07-15
    • REA; County Extension Agents; Rural Electrification; Peck, Richard;
    • The first interview with Raphy Stucky was done on July 15, 1985 with Anna Zellick. At a later time Anna Zellick did a second interview with Ralph Stucky and Richard Peck who both worked for the REA. These interviews were done at the request of the...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Vogt, George. Interview

    • 1978-09-05
    • High School Coaches; School Sports; Zellick, George;
    • In this interview George Vogt discusses his coaching and teaching career in the Lewistown public schools. He also describes his early family's history, his grandfather Andrew William Vogt's immigration from Bavaria, working in the mines in...
    • Vogt, Josephine McGlumphy. Interview

    • 1978-09-05
    • Black Blizzard (Dust Storm 1937); School Dicipline;
    • She was a member of the Fergus County High School Faculty, 1935-1939.
    • Young, Bee Gale. Interview

    • 1978-08-30
    • Junior High Schools;
    • She was a member of the Junior High School Faculty, 1925-1928.
    • Young, Charles. Interview 8-30-78

    • 1978-08-30
    • Schools; Winnett, Montana;
    • In this interview, Charles Young discusses his memories and experiences as a student at Winnett schools. He also mentions general history of Fergus County.

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