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Recent Content

"Montana The Magazine of Western History" Online Index Updated

Great news!  The Montana History Society has updated the free online index for “Montana The Magazine of Western History.” The searchable index can be used to find articles, topics, and authors in 1951-2012 back issues.   Here’s the page link:

http://svcalt.mt.gov/his/magazine/ReferenceIndex.asp

 

If you have any questions, you can direct them to me.

Thank you.

Tammy Ryan

Montana The Magazine of Western History

New Blog on Rural Women's Studies

The Rural Women's Studies Association is pleased to announce that it has launched a new blog highlighting ongoing research and grassroots activism working with rural women around the world.  Each week, a scholar or activist will share their work.

Our inaugural post is from Cynthia Prescott, who recently appeared with actor/director/producer Tony Goldwyn on TLC’s Who Do You Think You Are?  In this post, Prescott explores what she learned from the probate records of Tony Goldwyn’s 3X great grandfather, a New York State politician who migrated to Oregon in the 1850s.

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