• Montana: Homesteads in Three Years

    Pamphlet about homesteading opportunities in Montana.

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  • Government Homesteads and How to Secure Them

    Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company

    Pamphlet about homesteading in Montana.

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  • Homestead in a valley

    Dunn, John E., 1871-1935

    Homestead in a valley, probably near Missoula, Montana. Large barn structure is visible in right of photograph. Log fences are visible around property. Two other wooden structures are visible in left…

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  • Swan Valley homesteader Ed Beck

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Swan Valley homesteader Ed Beck pictured at his home near Cold Creek. Discussion about Ed's friendship with Otto Lindgren, who homesteaded the property which is Bud Moore's Coyote Forest today. Storie…

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  • Moore family homestead

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Moore family homestead. During the 1920s and 1930s, the Moore family was buying 80 acres, shown at the left side of this photo, the furthest meadow. A spring was located mid-meadow. The family los…

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  • Photo of old homestead

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Photo of old homestead remains south of Judith Landing near Fort Benton along the Missouri River. Discussion about early settlement of this area.

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  • The Moore homestead cabin

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Homestead cabin that Bud Moore's dad built on Lolo Creek on Bud's grandmother's place. Good recording and discussion about the history of this place while Bud and his father, mother and grandmothe…

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  • Letter from publisher of Ford Times

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Letter from publisher of Ford Times. "Homesteading the Second Time Around" was published in the Ford Times in November 1980. We need to find a copy of the published article to see which photographs ap…

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  • Central Classified Files 1907-1939 Blackfeet Agency 308 Record Group 75 - Box 111

    Natives of Montana Archival Project (NOMAP)

    Archival box containing Central Classified Files, 1907-39 Blackfeet 39435-1917-308.1 to 66660-1925-308.2

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  • Honorable Leslie C. Gulbrandson

    Unknown

    Signed photograph of Hon. Leslie C. Gulbrandson. Served as Montana Supreme Court Associate Justice 1983-1989. Born on a homestead in McCone County in 1922. Gulbrandson graduated with a law degree from…

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  • Bud Moore bucking wood

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Bud bucking wood with a crosscut saw at "Grandma's" Lolo Creek homestead in about 1936.

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  • Fort Fizzle

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Fort Fizzle as it looked in earlier times, maybe the 1950s. Related discussion about the history of this spot, Pete Thompson homestead, the Nez Perce, and the Army from Fort Missoula, etc. Bud may hav…

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  • Fort Fizzle sign

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Fort Fizzle sign and Bud's story about the area, including Pete Thompson homestead.

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  • Hosea Smith's horse, Spider

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Hosea Smith's horse, Spider, one of a team of horses, at his place on Lolo Creek. See related slides. When the Moore family lost their homestead on Lolo Creek, Hosea befriended the family and let them…

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  • Moore family at Chicaman mine

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 1 Page 2. In about 1924, Bill Moore and part of his family leave the Chicaman mine cabin enroute to their homestead about one mile away. Author Bud Moore closes the gate. His siste…

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  • View of Lolo Peak

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The Lochsa Story Ch 1 Page 3. Snow-dusted Lolo Peak gives background to the small meadow (upper left center) where the Moore family's log-cabin home stood during the 1920s. Photo by Bud Moore. Lolo Pe…

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  • The cabin that Bud built

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    The cabin that Bud built for his sister, Silvia "Siv" and her husband, Al DeMott, when they were newlyweds at the Moore family homestead. Recording has interesting brief story about differences in log…

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  • Mule deer buck

    Moore, Bud, 1917-2010

    Mule deer buck, Letterman Creek. Bud thinks the place name, Letterman, was an early homesteader. Bill Moore took this picture. Related story about Bill and Bud hunting in this area. Letterman Gulch is…

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  • Lon-Reukauf

    Kahn, Brian

    Your grandfather homesteaded near Terry, Montana in 1910. Your parents took over the ranch in the 50's, you and your wife in the 80's -- one of only 5 of the original 250 families still here, you've j…

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  • Goat Creek above mouth of the Thompson River

    Alden, W. C

    Goat Creek 2 miles above mouth of the Thompson River, Montana. Plate 6a (July 9, 1928) Fire Group 6: Moist Douglas-fir. Elevation 2,500 ft (762 m) Looking west-northwest up Goat Creek from the H. J. C…

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