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    • 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 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 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...
    • Book 1 Photograph 58 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods

    • c. 1935
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Robert and Josephine (Flanagan) Woods. Woods was born in Beloit, KS, in 1905, and moved to Beaver Creek Bench with his parents, Curtis and Nellie (Smith) Woods in 1913. Operated a small stock farm on the Rosebud south of...
    • 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 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,...
    • 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 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...
    • 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,...
    • 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 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Book 1 Photograph 96 Composite of the G. M. (Mike) Kranz family

    • Unknown
    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of the George Michael Krantzes and their daughter, Jessie. Krantz was born in 1865 in Valley City, Illinois. He moved to Marshall, MO, where he married Stella Yonce, the daughter of John Andrew and Rebecca (Burkes) Yonce, on March 30,...
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...

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