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Volume 48, Number 2, Summer 1998

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Table of Contents

Called Out People: The Cheyennes and the Central Plains
Adaption and paradox for a horse culture
by Elliott West
page 2

Montana's Refining Industry, Part II: 1942-1996
Consolidating a once-local industry
by Joseph M. Ashley
page 16

Elk Head and White Bear: Warrior Artists in the Early Reservation Period
Ledger art from the Montana Territorial Prison
by Allen Chronister
page 34

Harry Walker: Fort Benton Bandmaster, 1881-1882
Bringing music to the Upper Missouri
by H. Bruce Lobaugh
page 48

The Uniqueness of Crow Art: A Glimpse into the History of an Embattled People
Marker traits and tribal identity
by Michael H. Logan and Douglas A. Schmittou
page 58

Essays on the West
The Journals of Lewis and Clark: Almost Home
by Gary E. Moulton
page 72

Montana Reviews
page 80
Etulain, Re-imagining the Modern American West
reviewed by Allan G. Bogue

Rowley, Reclaiming the Arid West
reviewed by Gene M. Gressley

Paul, ed., Autobiography of Red Cloud
reviewed by Douglas C. McChristian

Kaufman, National Parks and the Woman's Voice
reviewed by Sherry L. Smith

Raban, Bad Land
reviewed by O. Alan Weltzien

Argersinger, The Limits of Agrarian Radicalism
reviewed by David Blanke

Rankin, ed., Legacy
reviewed by Bruce J. Dinges

Moses, Wild West Shows and the Images of American Indians, 1883-1933
reviewed by Richard W. Slatta

Letters to the Editor
page 93

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