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Summer Fellowships

Just a quick reminder:  If you have finished your 2004 Montana Heritage Project Summer Fellowship work and have not yet sent me your invoice and summary, I’d encourage you to do so. I’ll order payment right away. We continue to be impressed with the range of research and homework that you accomplish. 


Posted by Marcella Sherfy on 09/15 at 09:56 AM
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Updated contributors list for 1910 book and online magazine

Here’s an updated list of contributors for the 1910 coffee table book about small Montana towns and the list of contributors for the online magazine.

Montana in 1910 Picture Book (a multi-year project)

  • Dan Kohnstam: Politics (national, state, and local)

  • Renee Rasmussen: Women & Leisure, posing for photos

  • Renee Rasmussen: Exterior shots of meals on porch

  • Nancy Widdicombe: Clothing

  • Beth Beaulieu: Entertainment

  • Mary Sullivan: Houses

  • Darlene Beck: Schools

  • Jeff Gruber: Transportation

  • Nancy Brastrup: Judicial

  • Christa Umphrey: Homesteading on reservation
  • Heritage Education Online – Topic List

  • September 2004: Tom Thackery and Dale Alger (Grandparents)

  • October 2004: Tim Schaff

  • October 2004: Renee Rasmussen (Family Heirlooms)

  • November 2004: Nancy Brastrup

  • December 2004: Beth Beaulieu

  • January 2005: Jeff Gruber (Trees and USFS land)

  • February 2005: Tim Schaff (Weddings/Marriage)

  • March 2005: Darlene Beck (1910)

  • April 2005: Mary Sullivan (Montana in the Sixties)

  • May 2005: Dale Alger (Family Celebrations and Reunions)

  • May 2005: Nancy Widdicombe (Family ranches/branding)

  • Posted by Katherine Mitchell on 09/14 at 12:46 PM
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    Fools Crow: One Book Montana 2004

    One Book Montana continues to grow, with more than thirty Montana groups scheduled or already reading James Welch’s novel Fools Crow. Read more about One Book Montana and about Fools Crow, including discussion guides and resources, at the One Book Montana site. If your class or local book group is reading Fools Crow, please
    at the Montana Committee for the Humanities.


    Posted by Michael L Umphrey on 09/02 at 11:51 PM
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