Very close to trouble: the Johnny Grant memoir
Washington State University Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 223 pages
Trader, stockman, and raconteur, Johnny Grant (1831-1907) lived "very close to trouble" on the wide open Montana-Idaho frontier of the mid-nineteenth century. Grant is memorialized today by the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site at Deer Lodge, Montana.
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Very Close to Trouble
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