Booking: To reserve videos, please submit the online Reservation Form. In order to get the materials that you seek at the times you prefer, please book early. Many teachers order the footlockers or videos during the spring semester proceeding the school year in which they wish to use it. Call the Society's Education Office at (406) 444-4794 if you have any issues, comments or concerns with the new online booking.
Bella Vista - Reveals the story of 1,000 Italian detainees at Fort Missoula's Alien Detention Center between 1941 and 1943.
For This and Future Generations - Tells the compelling story of 100 grassroots delegates and a staff of some of the best and brightest young people under the Big Sky, who gathered in Helena in 1972 for what many would recall as the proudest time of their lives. Their task: to re-write the lumbering, old state constitution. Two months later, all 100 delegates unanimously signed a document that would affect the lives of generations of Montanans to come.
Hands-on History! - Teaches how history can be fun through the experiences of ten Montana kids as they pan for gold, go on an architectural scavenger hunt, and commune with former residents in Virginia City. Accompanied by lesson plans.
"I'll ride that horse!" Montana Women Bronc Riders - Captures the exciting skills and daring exploits of Montana's rich tradition of women bronc riders who learned to rope, break, and ride wild horses, told in their own words.
Montana: 1492 - Describes the lifeways of Montana's first people through the words of their descendants.
Montana Defined by Images: An Artist's Impression - Surveys Montana's artistic landscape over the last 30 years and looks at the work of contemporary Montana artists and the ways in which they explore issues of transition and conflicting needs in a changing physical and cultural landscape.
Montana State Capitol Restoration - Captures the history, art, and architecture of Montana's State Capitol prior to the 1999 restoration. Created by students at Capital High School in Helena.
People of the Hearth - Features the role of the hearth in the lives of southwestern Montana's Paleoindians.
Russell and His Work - Depicts the life and art of Montana's cowboy artist, Charles M. Russell.
The Sheepeaters: Keepers of the Past - Documents the lifeways of a group of reclusive Shoshone-speaking Indians known as the Sheepeaters. Modern archaeology and anthropology along with firsthand accounts of trappers and explorers help to tell their story.