In writing this classic history of his home state, K. Ross Toole consciously avoided a systematic presentation of chronological facts. Instead, he wrote a series of roughly chronological essays pointing up the themes that course through the years. The result is a sharply drawn portrait of Montana by one who knew how to interpret the remote and recent past and how to write with great effect. "There is little or nothing moderate about Montana, the fourth-largest state, stretching 650 miles across the northern plains and the ...

Montana: An Uncommon Land 1985, University of Oklahoma Press, Oklahoma

ISBN-13: 9780806104270


Montana: An Uncommon Land 1959, University of Oklahoma Press, Oklahoma

ISBN-13: 9780806118901

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