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Fair. 0917298020. Fair condition only. Covers are soiled. Water staining to back cover along bottom edge and fore edge. Watermark on bottom 2-3" of spine. 1" mostly closed tear to bottom of back cover, along spine. Rubbing to edges of spine and cover edges. Page edges are somewhat soiled. Water stain to bottom inside corner of last two pages. Else pages clean.; B&W Photographs; 8.5 x 11"; 296 pages.
Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "NOT IN PRECIOUS METALS ALONE is, however, more than an anniversary celebration. It is a vehicle to share diverse historical materials the society has acquired in the past one hundred and eleven years and the equally diverse heritage of a territory and state with roots extending beyond Montana's formal creation. Readers of textbooks, articles, and essays offen miss the charm, the elucidation, the immediacy, found in original diaries, letters, and other manuscripts, which form the basis of history....This book, if only in a finite manner, allows anyone interested in the state's history of the American West, to enjoy the experiences, observations, successes and disappointments of the men and women who shaped Montana." This book has 296 pages and is illustrated.
Not in Precious Metals Alone, A Manuscript History of Montana. By Cockhill, Brian and Myers, Rex, preface by. 1st edition 1976 Montana Historical Society. 296pp, illustrated. ISBN 0-917298-02-0. Large paperback nFine, weighs 3 lbs.
Photos. Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 11"-13" Tall. x, 296 pp, light brown SC wraps w/black-brown lettering. The book consists of materials from the collections of the Montana Historical Society. The book has three sections: 1) First Arrivals-a land to subdue 1804-1866, 2) A society evolves-securing the land, 1866-1910, and 3) New perspective-the land mastered, 1910-1976. The volumes includes information from journals and letters from early settlers in Montana.
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