Ghost Towns of Montana: A Classic Tour Through the Treasure State's Historical Sites

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Globe Pequot, 2008 - History - 166 pages
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This book is a return to Montana's past through images of its ghost towns and stories of the people and events that shaped them. Profiles of approximately 39 ghost towns that still exist on the landscape are included.
 

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Contents

Basin
3
Castle
9
Elkhorn
18
Garnet
25
Gilt Edge
31
Gold Butte
37
The town that was literally ripped apart
107
Rochester
123
Vipond
138
Yellowstone Country
158
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About the author (2008)

Donald C. Miller, a graduate of the University of South Dakota and Associate Professor at The University of Montana School of Journalism, was a lifelong ghost town enthusiast who dedicated his time and experience to preservation of these rickety buildings and their shadows on the American landscape. His daughter, Shari Miller, has continued her family's tradition of preserving and protecting architectural and historic gems throughout the West.

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