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Volume 58, Number 1, Spring 2008

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Table of Contents

The Fight for Crow Water
Part II, Damming the Bighorn
by Megan Benson
p. 3

The World in the West, the West in the World
Friedrich Gerstacker, Richard Francis Burton, and Isabella Bird on the Nineteenth-Century Frontier
by David Wrobel
p. 24

35 The Seminal Years of the Montana Legislative Council, 1957-1965
by Eugene C. Tidball
p. 35

Living Artifacts
The Ancient Ponderosa Pines of the West
by Stephen F. Arno, Lars Ostlund, and Robert E. Keane
p. 55

How Things Worked
Gold Stamp Mills
by Duane Smith
p. 63

Charlie Russell and the Mysterious Photographs
by Ken Robison
p. 66

Restoring History at the Original Governor's Mansion
by Susan R. Near
p. 68

Montana Book Roundup
by Sue Hart
p. 71

Book Reviews
p. 73

Larson, Gall
reviewed by Thomas R. Buecker
Marsh, Drawing Lines in the Forest
reviewed by Robert W. Righter
Eggermont-Molenaar, ed., Montana 1911, and Eggermont-Molenaar and Paul Callens, eds., Missionaries among Miners, Migrants and Blackfoot
reviewed by Gerhard J. Ens
Schlick, Coming to Stay
reviewed by Katrine Barber
Evans, Bound in Twine
reviewed by Tim Holheisel
Wheeler, An Accidental Novelist
reviewed by O. Alan Weltzien
Stewart, Thomas F. Walsh
reviewed by Terrence Delaney
Cohen, Downhill in Montana
reviewed by Duke Richey
The Many Faces of Edward Curtis
reviewed by Larry Cebula
Parezo and Fowler, Anthropology Goes to the Fair
reviewed by Kevin Shupe
Big Dams of the New Deal Era
reviewed by Mark Fiege
Cairns, The Enigma Woman
reviewed by Jeremy Johnston

Spring 2008
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