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University of Montana History
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61   Link   Walter Van Tilburg Clark
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62   Link   Walter [Van Tilburg] Clark's Frontier by Wallace Stegner
"His theme was civilization, and he recorded indelibly, its first steps in a new country."
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63   Link   Walter Van Tilburg Clark - The Oxbow Man (2004). Benson, Jackson J.
Chapter 13 - The Move to Montana
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64   Link   1st Black Graduate - U of M - James Dorsey - Missoula Native - Griz Lineman - Milwaukee Leader
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65   Link   Medicine in the Making of Montana (1962), Phillips, Paul C. - (free online book)
Phillips chaired the History dept @ U of M & had a 40 yr. career there. Intro by Leonard W. Brewer, MD - Brewer practiced in Missoula for decades & helped found new Community Hospital. A Harvard Med grad, he attended U of M in the 1920's & pitched for U of M baseball team. 'Wild Bill' Kelly was his catcher.
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66   Link   William M. Allen - Boeing Company president 1945 - 1968
Born in Lolo, Mt. "He attended the University of Montana where, by his own admission he "spent a lot of time sitting around sorority houses" (Rodgers, 75). He received a law degree from Harvard Law School in 1925 and found a job as a staff lawyer for the firm of Donworth, Todd, and Higgins in Seattle."
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67   Link   Once Upon a Time in the West: Citizens United, Caperton, and the War of the Copper Kings by Larry Howell - Montana Law Review, Vol. 73, 2012.
Howell, Larry, Once Upon a Time in the West: Citizens United, Caperton, and the War of the Copper Kings. Montana Law Review, Vol. 73, 2012. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1966249
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68   Link   The University of Montana - Annual Register 1906 - 1915
Sequential registers from 1906 - 1915
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69   Link   The University of Montana - Annual Register 1916 - 1929
Annual Register 1916 - 1929
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70   Link   The Selish, A Pageant-Masque (1919). Written by students at the University of Montana
This pageant-masque, "The Selish," is offered to the people of Montana, in no sense as a finished art form. Expression, it is, crude and unfinished, of some of the historic richness of this state and particularly of this vicintiy.
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71   Link   A Biological Reconnoissance in the Vicinity of Flathead Lake (1902), Elrod, Morton J.
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72   Link   Seventh Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (1902). State of Montana
President Oscar J. Craig Ph.D. - "The University of Montana had its origin in a grant of 72 sections of land, made by the federal government to the State of Montana for university purposes."
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73   Link   Forest Distribution in the Northern Rockies (1922). Kirkwood, J. E.
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74   Link   Why Go To College - Bulletin of the University of Montana (1912). Reynolds, G. F.
Short essays by numerous Montanans.
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75   Link   The Montana Professor - website
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76   Link   Role and Scope of the Montana University System (1979). Board of Regents - Montana University System
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77   Link   Beta Phi - University of Montana
"Beta Phi founded March 20, 1909 with 17 charter members."
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78   Link   Professor William M. Aber - The Intermountain Educator - Sept. 1919
(see page 72)
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79   Link   The University of Montana - Missoula: A Campus with an Ecosystem (2012). Tabor, Gary M., McKinney, Matthew and Brown, Perry
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80   Link   Bulletin University of Montana Biological Series Vol. 1 - 6
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