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Montana and Western Writing
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81   Link   In Miner's Mirage-Land (1904). Strobridge, Idah Meacham
"To the men of the desert; but more especially those miners who have grown grey while waiting for their dreams to come true..."
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82   Link   The Land of Purple Shadows (1909). Strobridge, Idah Meacham
"It is dirt without any disguises.."
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83   Link   The Loom of the Desert (1907). Strobridge, Idah Meacham
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84   Link   The Land of Little Rain (1903). Austin, Mary
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85   Link   California, The Land of the Sun (1914). Austin, Mary
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86   Link   A Touch of Sun and Other Stories (1903). Foote, Mary H.
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87   Link   The Led-Horse Claim: A Romance of a Mining Camp (1882). Foote, Mary H.
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88   Link   The Luck of Roaring Camp (1899). Harte, Bret
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89   Link   Roughing It (1913). Twain, Mark
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90   Link   Gold Rush Days With Mark Twain (1930). Gillis, William R.
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91   Link   When The West Was Young (1922). Bechdolt, Frederick R.
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92   Link   Love and Death - the Complete Stories of Vardis Fisher (1959). Fisher, Vardis
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93   Link   The Last of the Plainsmen (1908). Grey, Zane
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94   Link   Riders of the Purple Sage (1912). Grey, Zane
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95   Link   The Wedge of Gold (1893). Goodwin, C. C.
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96   Link   John O'May and Other Stories (1918). Burt, Maxwell Struthers
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97   Link   Rawhide Rawlins Stories (1921). Russell, C. M.
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98   Link   The Flying-U's Last Stand (1915). Bower, B. M. (Bertha Muzzy) or [B. M. Sinclair]
Born Bertha Muzzy in Otter Tail County, MN and living her early years in Big Sandy, Montana, she was married three times: to Clayton Bower, in 1890; to Bertrand William Sinclair,(also a Western author) in 1912; and to Robert Elsworth Cowan, in 1921.[1][2] [3] Bower's 1912 novel Lonesome Land was praised in The Bookman magazine for its characterisation. [3] She wrote 57 Western novels, several of which were turned into films.[4] See Wikipedia

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99   Link   Mulford and Bower: Myth and History in the Early Western - William A. Bloodworth Jr. - Great Plains Quarterly, Spring - 1981
"B. M. (Bertha Muzzey) Bower, the only woman to become an important writer of westerns."
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100   Link   Good Indian (1912). Bower, B. M. (Bertha Muzzy) or [B. M. Sinclair]
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