2 edition of Bannack and Gallatin city in 1862-1863 found in the catalog.
Bannack and Gallatin city in 1862-1863
Emily R. Meredith
in [Missoula, Mont
Written in English
|Statement||by Mrs. Emily R. Meredith, edited by Clyde McLemore.|
|Series||Historical reprints ... Sources of Northwest history,, no. 24. Montana state university, Missoula|
|Contributions||McLemore, Clyde, ed.|
|LC Classifications||F597 .M76 no. 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9,  p.|
|LC Control Number||38028115|
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Get this from a library. Bannack and Gallatin city in ; a letter. [Emily R Meredith; Clyde McLemore]. The journal of Francois Antoine Laroque: from the Assiniboine River to the Yellowstone --Family letters of two Oregon fur traders --The first wagon train on the road to Oregon --Anderson's narrative of a ride to the Rocky Mountains in --The diary of Mary Richardson Walker: June 10 --Decem --The Oregon missions: as.
Bannack and Gallatin city in 1862-1863 book period as a territorial capital was also brief. By the time the first legislature convened in December ofthe population center had shifted to the Alder Gulch area and the lawmakers voted to move the capital to Virginia City.
However, Bannack continued to produce gold through a variety of mining technologies. MEREDITH, MRS EMILY R., Bannack and Gallatin City in ; a Letter by Mrs. Emily R Meredith Edited by Clyde McLemore (State University of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, No.
24). O'KEEFE, RUFE, Cowboy Life. San Antonio, The Naylor Company, OLIPHANT, LAURENCE., Minnesota and the Far West. Edinburgh, William Blackwood and Sons. The collection consists of letters (,) to Sturgis in Bannack from his wife, Rosanna, and his daughter, Ann, describing conditions in Minnesota and their trip by steamboat to Montana in ; and affidavits () verifying that Sturgis did work on the Red Rock and Beaverhead Canyon Road.
Mrs. Lewis diary, undated, SC Looking at the residents roster for Bannack, Montana, N. Burris and Felix Burton are observed, both of whom were founders of Gallatin. Bouton isn’t listed but it becomes more and more sensible that James Benedict Bouton was the same J.
Bouton who was in Gallatin, and that he was also perhaps at Bannack when Snag was murdered. The Election of The Bannack Mining District Records, SCMontana Historical Society Archives, Helena, contain the proceedings of a meeting held at Bannack City on"for the purpose of electing a Judiciary and Executive for Bannack District." The meeting was chaired by the district president, Walter Dance.
There was a miners jury at Bannack in the winter of in which Moore and Reeves were banished, but they came back in the spring. They fled when the. Vigilantes started and were thought to be in Mexico when the book was published in Charley Forbes was a member of the gang, who was wounded.
in a scuffle and died. The Martha Edgerton Rolfe Plassmann Papers consist almost exclusively of the writings of Mrs. Plassmann. There are, however, also typescript copies of letters from Mary Edgerton to Martha (); incoming and outgoing letters of reminiscence and historical research; and correspondence reflecting Mrs.
Plassmann's interest in the welfare of Montana's Indian population. Creator: Burlingame, Merrill G. (Merrill Gildea), Provenance Note: Research files, personal papers, photographs, microfilm and audiotapes created or collected by Merrill G.
Burlingame were donated to Special Collections in and by Dr. Burlingame. Letters originally assigned collection number were added on October “Historical Reprints: Bannack and Gallatin City in ; A letter by Mrs. Emily R. Meredith” “Historical Reprints; Montana as it is: Written in by Granville Stuart”.
Photocopy of a calendar titled “A Date with Montana History”has photos with descriptions. Bannack, Virginia City, Deer Lodge and Hell Gate. As the area itself became settled, 25 Ranch Book A, Lewis and Clark County Clerk and Recorder.
26 lead by Fisk and Holmes arrived in the Silver Creek valley from Minnesota in,and To a significant extent. Full text of "A plan for the managment of historic mines in Montana: placer & hardrock" See other formats.
Box 4 Folder 5 Bannack City bad accounts, – Box 4 Folder 5 Notes, undated, Including: Unbound notes of Dance and Stuart accounts with John Grant, Husted and Stuart various accounts, S.T. Hauser and Company, James Stuart account of provisions for Yellowstone expedition.
Box 4 Folder 5 Statement, From the description of Jackson, William Henry, (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: "InWilliam Henry Jackson was born in Keeseville, New York. As a child, Jackson became interested in photography. After service in the Civil War, he opened a studio in Omaha, Nebraska.
Full text of "The Bozeman Trail: Historical Accounts of the Blazing of the Overland Routes Into the Northwest See other formats. Historians and novelists alike have described the vigilantism that took root in the gold-mining communities of Montana in the mids, but Mark C.
Dillon is the first to examine the subject through the prism of American legal history, considering the state of criminal justice and law enforcement in the western territories and also trial procedures, gubernatorial politics, legislative. German Gulch 79 Blackfoot City 88 Cave Gulch and Chinaman’s Cove 89 Last Chance, Pike’s Peak, Prickly Pear, Garnet, Old Lincoln 96 Yogo Town 97 Legal Attacks 98 Violence and Death in the Chinese Community Chinese Women Population Growth, but Legal Storms on the Horizon Chapter 4: Restriction and Legal Attacks ().
Montana é um dos 50 estados dos Estados Unidos, localizado na Região dos Estados das Montanhas Rochosas. relações. - 7 Jan to 9 May John Milton Piles Charley Schreel's Book: Diary (71st OVI) S5, - Possibly John is a part of this group: page7 May "Cousin Harrison and I and two other men of our mess got a pass to go through the picket line.
Bannack Mining District records, The Bannack Mining District was located in Beaverhead County, Idaho Territory (now Montana). This collection consists of minutes ( ) of the miners' meeting at which a secretary, judge, sheriff, and coroner were elected.Her papers consist of a reminiscence entitled "By wagon from Bannack City to the Bitter Root Valley "; a letter (Ap ) to her father describing living conditions in Bannack; miscelleous writings; and biographical materials from her college alma mater, Hamline University of Michigan.
Lillian M. Miller reminiscence, Project Blue Book is also silent on the well-documented UFO incident that occurred on MaThey got most of their plunder between the seventy miles from Virginia City to Bannack. Owens, Kenneth N.
(ed.). Montana Historical Society Press: Helena, p 0 Comments Montana’s Indian Tribes in the s and.