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Missoula Montana History and Missoula County Hist.
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61   Link   Missoula: The City of the Five Valleys (1917 - 1918) Missoula Chamber of Commerce - courtesy Montana Memory Project
Articles written by Journalism School students.
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62   Link   The Missoula Country - J. H. T. Ryman - (1924) - courtesy Montana Memory Project
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63   Link   Missoula - from Montana A State Guide Book / Federal Writers' Project (1939).
A concise description of Missoula prior to WW II.
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64   Link   Western Montana Geneological Society
We welcome queries from members (published free) and non-members ($2.00 each).The Missoula Public Library will do brief search requests for FREE. Send queries via e-mail to: parpart@missoula.lib.mt.us.
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65   Link   Missoula Cemetery
The Missoula Cemetery was established in 1884 by a group of local businessmen. The cemetery was sold to the City of Missoula in 1901 for the sum of $1.
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66   Link   9th census (1870) Montana Territory
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67   Link   10th Census (1880) Montana Territory
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68   Link   12th Census (1900) Missoula County
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69   Link   13th Census (1910) Missoula County
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70   Link   14th Census (1920) Missoula County
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71   Link   15th Census (1930) Missoula County
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72   Link   When Missoula Was Young - website
"Engaging Students in the Living History of their Community"
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73   Link   Mission of St. Francis Xavier, Missoula - Chapter 12 - Indian and White in the Northwest (1922). Palladino, L. B.
One view of how Missoula got its name and the origin of the first Catholic church and hospital in Missoula.
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74   Link   Providence in the West: A Timeline
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75   Link   St. Patrick Hospital Timeline
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76   Link   History of the First Interstate Bank of Missoula
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77   Link   Frank L. Worden, Pioneer Merchant 1830 - 1887 - Albert J. Partoll - Pacific Northwest Quarterly - July, 1949
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78   Link   Hell Gate Village: First Missoula Settlement a place of violence - Kim Briggeman - Missoulian - Jan. 27, 2013
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79   Link   Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as shown by the Fort Owen Ledger (1955). Weisel, George F.
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80   Link   My Sixty Years On The Plains (1905). Hamilton, William T.
"We camped one night where Missoula, Montana, now stands, and I noticed many Indian trails converging. It struck me as an ideal spot for a trading-post..." He later erected Missoula's first building near Rattlesnake Creek.
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