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Missoula Montana History and Missoula County Hist.
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101   Link   Forestry Museum and Forestry Interpretive Area
"The goal of the Forestry Interpretive Area is to preserve, display and research the history of forestry and timber harvesting in Western Montana."
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102   Link   Mrs. William B. Greeley - Interview by Elwood Maunder
"Missoula at that time was still a pretty wild and woolly place, wasn't it?" "Yes, it was - very wild and woolly."
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103   Link   Conservation and the National Forests in Relation to the Farmer - W. B. Greeley - District Forester Missoula - Montana Horticultural Society - 1908
"In a word, there is a tendency for the great natural resources of the land to pass into the ownership of comparatively few citizens..."
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104   Link   April 15, 1920: Greeley Named Forest Service Chief - by Jamie 'Mad B Logger' Lewis - 2009 - Peeling Back the Bark
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105   Link   Gifford Pinchot letter from Hotel Florence
courtesy of The Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness History Project
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106   Link   K. D. Swan photos - from Northern Region Archives
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107   Link   History of the 1910 Forest Fires - Idaho and Western Montana - Elers Koch
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108   Link   History of Logging and Lumber Mills in Missoula - Scott Kuehn
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109   Link   History of Smokejumping (1968). Division of Fire Control, Reg. 1, U.S. Forest Service
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110   Link   Smokejumper Tim Eldridge Interview by Bob Beckley - 2004
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111   Link   Ninemile Remount Depot and Ranger Station
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112   Link   Council Grove: Site of the Hellgate Treaty 1855 - Indian Education Unit
Includes an unusual photo of Mt. Sentinel
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113   Link   M.M. McCauley final report as Flathead Indian Agent (1869)
Origin of this report is Missoula Mills, M.T.
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114   Link   Annual Report Flathead Indian Agency - Sept. 8, 1873 - D. Shanahan - United States Indian Agent
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115   Link   James Finley - Pioneer
"The children of James and Susanna Finley, Father DeSmet's Jaco Finly Family Tree shows
James's branch with 12 offshoots, four children must have been born after De Smet’s visit..."
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116   Link   Jean Babtist Boucher - "An Honest Man" - Chalk Courchane
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117   Link   A Train Called the City of Missoula - Northern Pacific 1356 - Jeannine Nixon
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118   Link   N.P. Ry. - Tales of the Rocky Mountain Division - J. A. Phillips, III with James. M. Fredrickson
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119   Link   The Wobblies and Montana's Garden City - article by George A. Venn - Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Autumn, 1971), pp. 18-30
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120   Link   The Brandeis Gambit: The Making of America's "First Freedom," 1909 - 1931 - Bradley C. Bobertz - William and Mary Law Review - 1999
"The Missoula County Jail soon was packed with Wobblies."
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