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    • Book 1 Photograph 62 Mr. and Mrs. Gunder T. Vegge, Bertha and G

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    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Thomas and Christine (Johnson) Vegge and children, Bertha and George. Originally from Sauda, Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, Gunder emigrated with his brother Torger in 1900. He married Christine, daughter of John R. and Inga...
    • Book 1 Photograph 65 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Piper

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    • Ranchers;
    • Composite photograph of Lydia (Bowdoin) and Elmer Merich Piper. Piper worked for his brother Lewis until he was able to purchase a ranch of his own from properties once held by the Crow Agency on the East Rosebud.
    • Book 1 Photograph 72 Composite of the Hugh S. Campbell family

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    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of Hugh S. Campbell (studio portrait) and Arthur and Mary Irene (Kimball) Campbell. Campbell was born in Richland County, OH, and moved to Montana in 1877, according to the biographical sketch of Jim Annin. He "had places on Flaherty...
    • Book 1 Photograph 59 J. Harry Wright and John Brown

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    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Harry Wright and John Brown. Wright was born in Maiden Creek, PA, and graduated from Westchester Businss School; he came to Montana in 1899 and worked for his brother Charles (another brother, Fred, was also in the area; ...
    •  Composite of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Hammond with

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    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of photographs of Simpson and Lucille (Stuck) Hammond. Simpson was born in Clay City, Webster County, Kentucky, on February 23, 1891, the son of William and Rachel Hammond. He filed on a homestead on Upper Grove Creek in 1914 and...
    • Book 2 Photo 104 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Erb

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Jesse M. and Sarah Alice (Wiereman) Erb. Jesse was born in Hastings, Barry County, MI, in 1858, the son of Jacob and Mary Ann Erb. He married Sarah Alice Wiereman on April 2, 1884, in Burr Oak, IN, and they farmed in Michigan...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Bassett 50th wedding anniversary

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    • Homesteading;
    • Group portrait of Lester M. and Emma (Hagaman) Bassett with children at the time of the elder Bassetts' 50th wedding anniversary celebration. Ranched out of Fishtail before moving to the Gallatin and Wilsall. Returned to Absarokee, where he did...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Tim George

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Timothy and Amanda (Adams) George, c. 1920. Filed a claim near his sister's (Mrs. R. O. Morris) on the old Bozeman trail up Bridger Creek. Postmaster at Morris (later Roscoe).
    • Book 1 Photograph 68 Clyde Leaverton with land owner John Rudd

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    • Outdoor photograph of Clyde Dale Leaverton and John Ruud with sheep wagon in background. Originally from Adel, Dallas County, IA, Clyde came to Montana in 1901 with the S. A. Leaverton family and homesteaded on Beaver Creek. Married Minnie Minch...
    • Book 1 Photograph 55 The Jacob Lande family with Alex Hundly

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Jacob and Abbie (Hundley) Lande with children. Jacob emigrated from Bugur, Norway, in 1881 and settled in Polk County, WI; Washington; the Gallatin Valley; and the East Rosebud in 1893. He married the daughter (or...
    • Raney McDonald--Dora Brown--wedding 1888

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    • Homesteading;
    • Wedding portrait of Raney and Dora (Brown) McDonald, 1888. McDonald came into Montana as a boy of 13 as a worker on a trail herd. Settled on the East Rosebud.
    • Book 1 Photograph 95 Mr. and Mrs. August C. Kirchman

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    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of the Augustus C. Kirchmans. Born in 1871 in Millis Landing, MO, Kirchman moved to White Sulphur Springs in 1882 with his parents, John and Mary (Mayn) Kirchman; his father became the foreman out at the Dogie Ranch northeast of...
    • Sam Stokke

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    • Outdoor photograph of Samuel "Sam" Stokke standing in yard with trees as background. During WWI served with 41st and 120th Engineers. Married Mildred Reineke (d. 1957) in Billings in 1927. Farmer and barkeeper in Roscoe, Carbon County.
    • Book 1 Photograph 78 Mr. and Mrs. George (Ruth) Colwell

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    • Ranchers;
    • Outside photograph of George W. and Ruth (Rupe) Colwell. The Colwells married in Oklahoma in 1907 and came north to the Twin Butte area of Fishtail Creek. After Ruth's death in 1929, George remarried and continued to farm until his death in 1950.
    • Mrs. and Mrs. Laurence Turco

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    • Mining;
    • Studio portrait of Lawrence Henry and Jessie (Imboden) Turco. Attire suggests that this was the Turcos’ wedding portrait, taken on or soon after their wedding on June 23, 1909 (according to Annin, the couple was wed at the bride’s mother’s ranch...
    • Mrs. James Benjamin Brown

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Ella (Holbrook) Brown, 1874-1957, wife of James Benjamin Brown. First teacher in the Roscoe area, c. 1897.
    • Book 1 Photograph 46 The Andrew Espland family

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    • Ranchers;
    • Composite of the Andrew and Anunda Espland family. The son of Sjur Ingmundsen and Guri Andersdatter (Flogstad) Espeland, Espland emigrated from Sauda parish, Rogaland (Stavanger), in 1910, and married Anunda, the daughter of Chris and Elle...
    • Book 1 Photograph 45 The Gunder I. Hoiness family

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the Gunder I. and Sofia M. (Eike) Hoiness family. From Skudesnesshaven, Norway, Hoiness filed a squatter's claim on the Crow Indian reservation until the agent raised the lease price. After working for the Smith Brothers Ranch...
    • Book 1 Photograph 49 Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Piper

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    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Lewis and Cora E. Reynolds (Harriman) Piper. Piper ran the Springs Creamery in White Sulphur Springs, Meagher County, MT, before purchasing a ranch on the East Rosebud. He was an early president of the Carbon County...
    • Book 1 Photograph 74 Jack Pearson

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    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Jack Pearson, son of William and Mahalia (Martin) Pearson (born in Alabama and Virginia respectively). According to Annin’s sketch, Pearson’s family came West after the Civil War because they could not “get adjusted to the...
    • Book 1 Photograph 83 Composite of the Oakley Parker family

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    • Ranchers;
    • Composite of the Oakley Parker family. Parker, born in Alturas, CA, in 1889, was one of the three sons of John R. and Alice (Trumbo) Parker, who had settled on Antelope Creek, c. 1896; he took over that holding from his mother after his father’s...
    • Myron Myrebo

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Myron Myrebo, originally of Undheim, Norway. Emigrated to Roscoe (Stillwater County, Montana) in 1896, where he worked as a ranchhand. Owned land on West Butcher Creek, and later owned the general store at Luther and served as...
    • Book 1 Photograph 50 Composite of Chris Ostrum family

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    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of the Chris and Elle (Bakke) Ostrum family. Ostrum emigrated from Sauda, Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, in 1894, returning to Norway in 1900 to marry Elle. He initially homesteaded on Butcher Creek, then expanded his holdings to Red...
    • Box 3 Photo 277 Belle Griffith 1906

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    • Teachers;
    • Studio portrait of Belle V. Griffith, early school teacher in the Columbus and Big Timber areas. Born May 17, 1882, in Steel City, NE, according to her marriage license and death certificate, she was the daughter of Josiah and Matilda (Boyd)...
    • Book 1 Photograph 51 Ole H. Eggen and Serene Gaustad

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    • Homesteading;
    • Wedding portrait of Ole H. and Serine Christiansdatter (Gaustad) Eggen. Born in Sor Trondelag (Trondheim), Norway, Eggen emigrated in 1888 to Castle in Meagher County, where he met Serine, the sister of M. T. Grande's adopted son, Andreas. Ole...
    • Book 1 Photograph 52 Vegge brothers

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Gunder, John, and Thomas Vegge, with Gunder's wife, Christina, the daughter of John R. and Inga C. (Sondeno) Johnson. Emigrating from Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, the Vegge brothers homesteaded on the Stillwater (Thomas), the...
    • Book 1 Photograph 99 The John M. Johnson family

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the John and Hannah (Hanson) Johnson family. Johnson immigrated from Trondheim, Norway, in 1886, to Castle in Meagher County, where he did general ranch work in the Lennep and Castle vicinity. Johnson arrived in Stillwater...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Stewart

    • 1909 or 1914
    • Farmers;
    • Wedding portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Erb Stewart. Loyal was born in Hastings, MI, and came to Montana in 1892 with his parents, Albert and Melinda (Erb) Stewart. His brothers were Earl (b. 1882), Loren (b. 1888), and Charles (b. 1894). After...
    • The Albert P. Johnson family

    • After 1940
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Albert Peter and Evelyn A. Hawks and their son, Melvin. Born in a cabin constructed before the Crow Reservation was ceded for homesteading, A. P. or “Pete” farmed with his father, John Johnson, and his older brother, John...
    • Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ballenger

    • Before 1871
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of William H. and Lydia Ballenger, probably taken in Indiana or Colorado. William moved to Montana in 1885 and to Nye in 1888 to be near his sons.
    • Book 1 Photograph 42  Jess Jordan--Mr. and Mrs. Grover Weast

    • before 1917
    • Ranchers
    • Outdoor photograph of Jesse Wychoff Jordan (d. 1917), early Carbon County rancher, standing, and Florence Lucille Jordan and Grover Weast on horseback. Youngest of the Weast Brothers of Red Lodge Creek, Grover married Lucille, daughter of Jesse...
    • Book 1 Photograph 64 The Magnus Johnson family

    • before 1940
    • Ranchers;
    • Group photograph of the Magnus and Christene (Hansen) Johnston family, outside their home on the East Rosebud. Johnson emigrated to White Sulphur Springs (Meagher County) and lived there for ten years before moving to Stillwater County in 1898.
    • Book 1 Photograph 79 Ralph W. Selkirk

    • c 1920
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Ralph Selkirk, older son of Dr. James L. and Mary C. (Terwilliger) Selkirk. Selkirk was born in Voorheesville, New York, and moved with his parents, first to Illinois, then to Montana. He graduated from Beloit College,...
    • The Oscar Haugan family

    • c 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Oscar and Edna (Peterson) Haugan. Haugan, the son of K. O. and Laura (Hoyem) Haugan, was born in Castle, Meagher County, and moved to the West Rosebud with his family when he was six. As well as being a carpenter’s helper...
    • Photo 264 Mrs. Chris Carstens

    • c.
    • Hotels;
    • Studio portrait of Mrs. Sophie (OetjeGerdes) Carstens, wife of Christopher F. Carstens. Born in Zwischenanhn, Oldenburg, Germany, on February 22, 1868, Sophie emigrated to Leigh, Nebraska, with her sister, Anna, in 1876, to work as housemaids...
    • Book 1 Photograph 76 Leete Pease, son of Major Fellows D. Pease

    • c. 1870
    • Indian reservations;
    • Studio portrait of Leet, the son of Fellows David and Margaret (Wallace) Pease. Leet (b. c. 1862) was taken from his mother at the age of eight to live with his grandparents in Osceola, Pennsylvania and later attended Carlisle. Pease never...
    • Book 1 Photograph 73 LaVantia Pease (Mrs. J. Pearson)

    • c. 1872
    • Indian agents;
    • Studio portrait of LaVantia Pease, daughter of David Fellows and Margaret [Wallace] Pease. Pease entered Montana in 1856 as an Indian scout for General Sully. He met Margaret, the daughter of mixed parentage: Crow and French, at Fort Union and...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Brown--1894

    • c. 1884
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Robert O. and Nancy E. (Brown) Morris. Morris secured a deal with the Indian agent, presumably James Pease, and established first squatter's rights on the East Rosebud.
    •  John Parsons

    • c. 1885
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of John Parsons in his youth. Parsons, a native of Stockholm, Sweden, immigrated to Minnesota in 1894, where he lived until 1899. He moved first to the Gallatin Valley, then to the East Rosebud, where he took over a homestead...
    •  Dominick E. Rosner  ('Don')

    • c. 1890
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Dominick “Don” Rosner. Rosner was born July 30, 1860, in Bridgeport Connecticut; as a young man he attended a trade school to complete his associate’s degree in architecture. After moving to Urbana, OH, he met the Hedges...
    • Photograph 280 Mr. and Mrs. John Hufford

    • c. 1893
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of John W. and Julia Belle (Underwood) Hufford. Hufford was born near Muncie, IN, in Delaware Township, Delaware County, and moved with his parents, George W. and Sarah Jane (Williams) Hufford, to Fairfax, Osage County, Kansas, as...
    • The William Mowre family

    • c. 1895
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the W. D. Mowre family. Mowre was born November 18. 1861, in Milton, IA, the son of Joel A. and Margaret Mowre. On November 4, 1886, he married Ann Irena Campbell, the daughter of William and Sarah Campbell, in Van Buren...
    • Book 2 Photo 114 Annie Lehner Parsons, state capital celebratio

    • c. 1896
    • Teachers;
    • Studio portrait of Annie Lehner in patriotic garb as a young girl. Annie was born on October 25, 1888, in Helena, MT, the daughter of Casper and Fannie M. Lehrner. Her parents were running a butcher shop at the time of Annie's birth. After...
    • Chris Carstens

    • c. 1897
    • Hotels;
    • Portion of studio portrait. Carstens emigrated in 1890 when conscription pressure under the regime of Otto von Bismarck was “not too promising.” Carstens moved to Montana from Nebraska in 1893 and lived on a ranch in the upper Grove Creek area...
    • Composite of Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Chambers

    • c. 1898
    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of Cuthbert and Lucy J. (Cunningham) Chambers. Cuthbert was born in September of 1866 in England; his parents, John Maunsell and Maria Emma (Banks) Chambers, had married in Islington in the second quarter of 1865. In 1869 the Chambers...
    • Book 1 Photograph 95 Mr. and Mrs. August C. Kirchman (the forme

    • c. 1898
    • Farmers;
    • Studio portrait of the Augustus C. Kirchmans. Born in 1871 in Millis Landing, MO, Kirchman moved to White Sulphur Springs in 1882 with his parents, John and Mary (Mayn) Kirchman; his father became the foreman out at the Dogie Ranch northeast of...
    • The William Campbell family

    • c. 1900
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of the William and Sarah (Brown) Campbell children, including Hugh S. and Arthur Campbell, both of whom lived in the Carbon-Stillwater County area. William and Sarah married 27 March 1845 at Richland, Ohio. The Campbells moved to...
    • Book 1 Photograph 82 Mr. and Mrs. John Parker

    • c. 1900
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of John W. and Alice [Trumbo] Parker, c. 1900. After marrying in 1885 the Parkers worked in their native California with John managing a general store as well as working with citrus farms. The Parkers came to Montana in 1898 and...
    • Wesley G. Beggs

    • c. 1900
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio photograph of Wesley G. Beggs, ranch hand who worked out of his ranch on Flanagan Creek, Sweet Grass County.
    • Book 2 Photo 102 Mr. James Hyatt

    • c. 1900
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of James R. Hyatt, son of Clayton S. and Nancie (Heateman) Hyatt. Hyatt was born in Berrien County, MI, in 1848; until after the 1880 census he farmed with his father in Lake Township, Berrien County. He then moved to the...
    • Book 1 Photograph 94 Archibald Harris; A. O. Baldy Anderson

    • c. 1900
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Archibald Harris and O. O. or A. O. Anderson (inscription on the back of photo and caption in They Gazed upon the Beartooths differ). From near Hannibal, Missouri, “Archie” Harris came to Montana during his honeymoon in 1889...
    • The Jake Jacobson (Gullick Ravong) family

    • c. 1900
    • Ranchers;
    • Family photograph of the Gullick and Inger (Christensdtr) Ravongs, or the Jake Jacobsen family. Jacobsen was a fisherman in Norway until he came to the United States as a young man. In becoming a naturalized citizen, he changed his name to his...
    • Book 1 Photograph 47 The Gus Ferster family

    • c. 1902
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of the Gus and Effie Alfretta (Weikel) Ferster family. After learning his ranch skills by horse wrangling and being the foreman at the Richard Ashworth ranch, Pennsylvanian-born Ferster acquired a ranch on the East Rosebud. Effie,...
    • Book 1 Photograph 84 Henry Reeves

    • c. 1903
    • Pioneers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Henry Reeves, son of William “Bill” Reeves and Rebecca (Countryman) Reeves. Rebecca had married Howard Lambert in 1881 in Custer County; after Lambert’s death she helped her father manage the Old Log Hotel before eventually...
    • Mrs. James Hyatt nee Emily Stinson

    • c. 1905
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Mrs. Sarah Emily (Stinson) Hyatt, born in 1856 in Council Bluffs, IA, the daughter of John and Mary Stinson. Emily moved to Colorado with her first husband, Charles Grant: she had one daughter, Belle (Fisher), and one son,...
    • Miss Vine Tucker, early teacher

    • c. 1905
    • Teachers;
    • In the original Annin text, Lavinia, or "Vine," was referred to as a teacher as well as a homesteader on the West Rosebud (in Carbon County). She was born c. 1867 in Fall City, Worth County, Missouri, the daughter of Levi and Malinda (Costator)...
    • Book 1 Photograph 89 The Conrad Fox family

    • c. 1905
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of the Conrad and Christine (Hauser) Fox family. According to Annin’s account, Fox was born in 1849 near Badenburg, Germany. After emigration, he lived in the San Francisco, California, area; by the time of the 1880 census of...
    • Book 1 Photograph 66 Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith;  Lucille Snyder

    • c. 1906
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Clarence Neal and Emma (Mason) Smith and their daughter, Lucille. Clarence was born in Union Township, Van Buren County, IA, in April of 1892 and came to Stillwater County sometime before 1900. He married Emma, the daughter of...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jay

    • c. 1907
    • Restaurants;
    • Studio portrait of Frank and Anna (Oetjegerdes) Jay. Jay was born at Prophet’s Town, Whiteside County, near Chicago, Illinois, on May 17, 1861, the son of Orson W. and Mary (Jillson) Jay. When a small boy, he moved with his family to Denver, CO,...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Gunder N. Arthun

    • c. 1909
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio photograph of Gunder N. and Jorun Arthun, originally from Saude, Rogaland, Norway. Ranched on Butcher Creek.
    • Composite of Dr. and Mrs. James L. Selkirk

    • c. 1910
    • Ranchers;
    • Composite of studio portraits of James L. and Mary C. (Terwilliger) Selkirk. Originally from Albany, New York, Selkirk trained at Albany Medical College and established a full-time practice and clinic at Voorheesville, New York. He married in...
    • Wm. Bill Bell

    • c. 1910
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of William Bell, son of Francis Marion and Belle (Coppegge) Bell. Belle settled near Fishtail after the death of her husband.
    • The A. C. Anderson home with Bryan Anderson and Peter Flick in front

    • c. 1910
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of [Orville] Bryan Anderson, only child of Arthur C. and Alva J. (Kem) Anderson, and Peter Flick. Born in Johnsville, OH, on October 23, 1874, Arthur C. Anderson, the son of James and Mary Anderson, married Alva 15 April 1894...
    • Book 1 Photograph 85 The Ross D Pratton family

    • c. 1910
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor group portrait of the Pratton and Bran families. Ross D., son of George Decateur Mary (Nixson) Pratton, and Cora Shaw were married in Red Lodge on 11 August 1898. Ross filed on a relinquishment on the Fishtail Butte at Dean in 1896 and...
    • Book 1 Photograph 90 The John Hagamon [Hagerman] family

    • c. 1910
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of the John and Maria (Bierger) Hagerman family in front of their cabin. Born in Salt County, Wisconsin, John came with his family to the Madison Basin and eventually to the Judith Basin, where he farmed. In 1898, he came to...
    • Mr. and Mrs. William C. Arnold Photo  2 Book 1

    • c. 1911
    • Ranches;
    • Studio portrait of William C. and Margaret (Haugan) Arnold. Arnold came to Montana from Appleton, MN, in 1910, and settled in the Rosebud area. Margaret was the daughter of Knut and Laura Haugan; the two married c. 1911. As well as being a...
    • The Nels Nordahl family

    • c. 1912
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of the Nils Martinus Larsen and Genelle (Iversen) Nordahl family. Nils was born at Selboskas farm, Norddal parish, Mor og Romsdal fylke, Norway, on June 4, 1844, the son of Lars Martinussen and Pernilla Kristine Syversdtr...
    • Book 1 Photograph 97 The Henry Torgrimson family

    • c. 1912
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the Henry Torgrimson family. Torgrimson, the son of Erick and Olava Torgrimson, and his wife, Anna Margarethe, the daughter of Herman and Betsy Hovda, were both born in Grand Meadow, MN, in 1877. Erick and Olava had emigrated...
    • Book 2 Photo 113 Mr. and Mrs. Nelson James St. Thomas

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Nelson James and Alice (Yonce) St. Thomas. St. Thomas was born on October 20, 1865, in Dupere, Brown County, WI, the son of Joseph and Julia (Stacy) Thomas. The Thomas family moved to Iowa c. 1869 and farmed until the late...
    •  Bessie Officer, stepdaughter of Cuthbert Chambe

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Bessie Officer (1893 – 1917), the daughter of John and Lucy J. (Cunningham) Officer. According to the Annin account, Lucy had come to Montana with her parents to marry Officer in 1893; when he died, she went to work as a...
    • James Benjamin Brown, d. 1918

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photo of James Benjamin Brown on horseback. Son of Nancy (George) Brown Morris. Stepfather Robert O. Morris filed first "squatter's" rights on the East Rosebud.
    •  Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jewett

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of H.C. and Phoebe Ellen (Masoner) Jewett. H. C., or “Clayt” as his friends called him, was born June 4, 1858, in Waterloo, Indiana, the son of I. G. and Mary Minerva (Nevins) Jewett. He married Phoebe Ella Masoner, the daughter...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Barron

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Dennis and Irma (Kemph) Barron. Ranched with brothers along the Stillwater and the Spring area.
    • Book 1 Photograph 80 Adeline A. (Greene) Selkirk

    • c. 1915
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Adaline Selkirk. Adaline was born in Beloit, WI, on October 8, 1890, and died in California on November 13, 1947. She and her husband had two daughters, Mary Anna and Louise.
    • The K. [Knute] O. Haugan family

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Group portrait of the Knute O. and Laura (Hoyem) Haugan family. Originally from the Oslo, Norway area (according to Jim Annin) or Trondheim (according to Haugan declaration on his marriage license) , Haugan, the son of Ole and Helle (Albertsdtr)...
    • Book 1 Photograph 87 The Dana F. Cushing family

    • c. 1916
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the Dana F. and Martha C. Cushman family. Dana, the son of Frank and Mary Cushing, was born in Whiteside, Portland County, IL, near Chicago, in 1852. In 1893 he came to Montana, settling first in Billings, then in 1895 filing...
    • Book 1 Photograph 81 Lindsey B. Whitten

    • c. 1918
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photo of Lindsey B. Whitten, the son of homesteader Ira L. Whitten, who had settled on the West Rosebud c. 1896. The elder Whitten, a Maine native, had come into the Musselshell thirty years earlier with his parents. Whitten sold his...
    • Book 1 Photograph 43  The Malcolm S. Mackay Sr. family

    • c. 1919
    • Ranchers
    • Studio portrait of the Malcolm Sutherland and Helen (Raynor) Mackay family. Beginning in 1901, MacKay accumulated 10,000 acres on the East Rosebud, as well as becoming a successful broker on the New York Board of Trade. MacKay was also a personal...
    • Book 1 Photograph 92  Mr. and Mrs. Hans Sylten

    • c. 1920
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Hans and Constance (Grotbo) Sylten. Hans, the son of Hans K. and Nellie (Johnson) Sylten, emigrated to Minneapolis on the Campania, landing June 13, 1896; he then came to Meagher County, where he operated a lumber mill in...
    • The Axel W. Peterson family

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of the Axel W. and Ellen Marie (Eddy) Peterson family. Peterson was born in Sweden on November 2, 1873, the son of Peter and Ingrid (Johnson) Peterson. The Petersons emigrated to the Osage (Mitchell County), IA, area where Axel...
    • Frank Bem

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph of Bem taken outside his cabin at Lodge Pole Creek, where he ranched and was later postmaster.
    • Jacob E. Line

    • c. 1920
    • Drugstores;
    • Outdoor photograph of Jacob Line in dowtown Columbus, Montana. Jacob was born at Winchester, Ohio, on January 5, 1865, the son of Reuben and Rebecca Line (also spelled "Lyon"). As a child, Jacob moved with his family to Maryland, where he...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Helmert Arthun

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Helmert and Matilda (Eike) Arthun with children seated in an open car.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bjorndal

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph in front of house. Nels and Ella (Eike) Bjorndal homesteaded on Beaver Creek. Bjorndal was a native of Hordaland (Bergen), Norway.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bahr

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Emil and Louise (Johnke) Bahr. Bahr homesteaded in Huntley Basin.
    • Book 1 Photograph 54 Closeup of Alex Hundly taken from  Photo 55

    • c. 1920
    • Pioneers;
    • A Tennessee Union veteran, Alexander S. Hundley came to Fort Benton in the 1860's and served as a trapper and freighter. He married widow Mrs. Francoise Gasia and moved to the Countryman area west of Columbus in 1877, where they homesteaded an...
    • Book 1 Photograph 60 The Rev. J. E. Madsen family

    • c. 1920
    • Churches;
    • Studio portrait of the Reverend Jorgen Elisius and Helga Andrina (Noyes or Ness) Madsen family. Madson was born in Riisoer, Aust Agder, Norway, and emigrated to the United States with his family, the Hans and Christina (Jorgensdtr) Madsens, in...
    • Book 1 Photograph 48 George Neary

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Outside photograph of George Neary standing beside a draft horse in front of a pole barn. Born in Ohio and a veteran of the Spanish-American war, Neary moved to Montana after the death of his wife. He homesteaded on the East Rosebud in 1903.
    • Book 1 Photograph 77 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rumiano

    • c. 1922
    • Farming;
    • Outdoor photograph of Charles Anton and Edna (Lambert) Rumiano, daughter of Charles and Minnie (Law) Lambert. Rumiano, the son of Felice Rumiano, emigrated in 1898 and came to Stillwater County in 1906. He served with the 91st Division in WWI and...
    • Book 1 Photograph 67 Mr. And Mrs. Curtis Woods Bob and Jack

    • c. 1925
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph of the G. Curtis and Nellie (Smith) Woods family outside log cabin. Woods was born in Dodge City, KS, and moved with his wife and boys (Robert S., John Curtis) to Beaver Creek Flats where they homesteaded in 1913. Raised wheat, cattle,...
    • Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Benbow

    • c. 1925
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Thomas (T. C.) and Ida E. (Mendenhall) Benbow. Lived in Absarokee and Columbus.
    • Mrs. Belle Fisher, daughter of Mrs. James Hyatt

    • c. 1925
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Belle Fisher, according to the Annin labeling. Belle was born July 9, 1881, in Brownsville, Atchison County, Missouri, the daughter of Charles and Sarah Emily (Stinson) Grant (Sarah later married James R. Hyatt). She moved...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Harley Beasley

    • c. 1930
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph of Harley and Gladys (Kelley) Beasley inside house. Beasley homesteaded three miles northeast of Absarokee.
    • Mr. and Mrs. John Coppedge

    • c. 1930
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of John and Helen (Riley Patterson) Coppedge. Coppedge, the son of George T. and Polly Ann (Davis) Coppedge, was born in St. James, Phelps County, MO, and came to the West Rosebud below Fishtail in 1887 to take up a squatter’s...

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