Drummond: Ranch Life in the West

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Globe Pequot, 2004 - Photography - 176 pages
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This book is a documentary of people--individuals, couples, families--who work and live on the American western landscape. In striking black and white images and plain spoken quotes (including personal and community anecdotes) Drummond presents a true depiction of rural life at the end of the twentieth century. Author/photographer Jill Brody interviewed Drummond ranchers about their everyday lives. What emerges is a story about a changing way of life, a difference in priorities, and a real struggle to survive all with a grace of acceptance. As a cultural historian, Brody has captured the essence of this now unique way of life in the West by simply presenting what is.
 

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Born and raised in New York City and in the immediate surrounding areas, author/photographer Jill Brody now lives in Rhode Island. She attended Antioch College, the University of Illinois, Adelphi University and Harvard Divinity School, receiving degrees from all but Antioch. She spends time with her children and a wonderful, tolerant husband who encouraged her 12 years ago to travel to Montana to photograph the people of Drummond. She has photographed and shown work taken around the world, from China to her own neighborhood in Providence.

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