Montana Historical Society Press


MHS Press publishes regional books on the history and cultural resources of Montana. Book titles with asterisks (*) are available as ebooks from most major online ebook retailers.

The award-winning quarterly, Montana The Magazine of Western History, contains articles on the history of Montana and the West. Search the magazine index for a more comprehensive catalog of articles. To obtain prices and/or purchase back issues, email or call (406) 444-4708. Copies may also be available at your local library or the MHS Research Center.

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Winter 2012

Winter 2012

Vol. 62, No. 4

Created: Friday, December 21, 2012

Vol. 62, No. 4

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Burton K. Wheeler, and the Great Debate A Montana Senator’s Crusade for Non-intervention before World War II
by Marc C. Johnson

Children of the HillSituating Children in Butte’s History
by Janet L. Finn watch the video

Vaccine Production in the Bitterroot Valley during World War IIHow Rocky Mountain Laboratory Protected American Forces from Yellow Fever
by Gary R. Hettrick

Camp CookeMontana Territory’s Forgotten First U.S. Army Post
by Rodger Lawrence Huckabee

And the Bride Wore . . . Montana Weddings, 1900–1960An Exhibit from the Montana Historical Society
by Martha Kohl

Montana Book Roundupby Aaron Parrett

Categories: Publication, Magazines



Fiege, The Republic of Nature, reviewed by Dan Flores | Hayes, Historical Atlas of Washington and Oregon, reviewed by Klaus D. Gurgel | Lingenfelter, Bonanzas and Borrascas, reviewed by John Koerth | Reid, Forging a Fur Empire, reviewed by Nicholas J. Aieta | Rzeczkowski, Uniting the Tribes, reviewed by Rebecca Nathan | MacDonald, Montana before History, reviewed by Mark F. Baumler | Hurt, The Big Empty, reviewed by Rebecca A. Buller | Mathes, Divinely Guided, reviewed by Karin L. Huebner

On the cover

(front) The News Boy or Boy with Snowball, by John George Brown, n.d.; (back) Wedding dress and hat of Emma Jama, 1901