Montana Historical Society

Big Sky. Big Land. Big History.

Summer 2021

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Vol. 71, No. 2

  • June 01 2021

Vol. 71, No. 2

Power in Place Montana’s Modern Artists Isabelle Johnson and Bill Stockton
by Michele Corriel

The Right Man to Do a Wrong Thing Charlie Thex, the Bear Creek Sheep Raid, and the Primacy of Fear
by Shane Dunning

Sara Bard Field and the Western Push for the Nineteenth Amendmentby Sherry L. Smith

Jeannette Rankin on the Roadby Cody Dodge Ewert

Commentary The 89ers: Finding Progressive Values in the Northern Rockies and Plains States’ Constitutions
by Samuel Western

Reviews

Davies, Native Hoops, reviewed by Jeff Nichols | Stacey, An Eye for Injustice, reviewed by Wendy Rex-Atzet | Jones, Calamity, reviewed by Mary Jane Bradbury | Sowards, An Open Pit Visible from the Moon, reviewed by Laurel D. Angell, JD | Arata, Race and the Wild West, reviewed by Polly E. Bugros McLean

On the cover

(front) Glacier Lilies, by Mary Vaux Walcott, 1899; (back) 1913 Women’s Suffrage Procession program


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