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The story of Butte

The story of Butte

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Published by Press of the Standard Manufacturing & Printing Co. in Butte, Mont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butte (Mont.) -- History,
  • Butte (Mont.) -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Special number of The Butte bystander.

    Other titlesButte bystander.
    Statement[Guy X. Piatt, editor].
    ContributionsPiatt, Guy X.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17793949M
    OCLC/WorldCa21739595

    A brief history of Butte, Montana: the world's greatest mining camp; including a story of the extraction and treatment of ores from its gigantic copper properties. [Caldwell, Idaho]: [Caxton Printers]. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Freeman, Harry C. We're a family owned publishing company based in Helena, Montana. We publish history, memoirs, photography, natural history, outdoor guidebooks, cookbooks, and children’s books. We also publish many books about national parks, including several popular titles for Yellowstone. Phone ()

    This book published by Woodland Press is the story of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the most difficult part of the entire route to the Pacific, through the mountains of Idaho and Montana. This day-by-day interpretation was written by James R. Fazio, complete with numerous sidebars providing interesting insights on topics ranging from. Main Street Sierra City, California, USA.

      The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, The Revenant -- basis for the award-winning motion picture starring Leonardo DiCaprio -- tells the remarkable story of the worst hard-rock mining disaster in American history. A half-hour before midnight on June 8, , a fire broke out in the North Butte Mining Company's Granite Mountain shaft.5/5(1).   The group will also explain how it researched its book, “Out of the Ashes: The Forgotten Story of the Butte Explosion”.


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“The importance of this book,” McGlashan said, “is that the story of Butte is incomplete without it.” And if prices accurately reflect demand, McGlashan isn’t the book’s only : Ted Mcdermott.

Copper Camp contains hundreds of brawling, bawdy, over-the-top, laugh-out-loud stories about Butte during the height of the copper mining in the late s and early s. Each story is told with keen wit, love, and appreciation for the world’s greatest copper camp and the people who lived, loved, played, and worked there/5(5).

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. A brief history of Butte, Montana: The world's greatest mining camp: including a story of the extraction. Cover title: The story of Butte: old timers' hand book, illustrated. Description: 92, 4 unnumbered pages: illustrations, portraits ; 24 x 33 cm: Series Title: Butte bystander.

Other Titles: Old timers' hand book illustrated Oldtimers' hand book the story of Butte illustrated: Responsibility: [Guy X. Piatt, editor]. Butte is a city in southwestern Montana established as a mining camp in the s in the northern Rocky Mountains straddling the Continental became a hotbed for silver and gold mining in its early stages, and grew exponentially upon the advent of electricity in the late-nineteenth century due to the land's large natural stores of The story of Butte book, mining operations in Butte.

Parrett, an English and writing professor at the University of Great Falls, started out wanting to collect the story of Butte’s vibrant literary history in both film and book.

Butte, Parrett. Keith Scholey There are many, many versions of this book (some very very appalling). In the original, the boy is supposed to be Tamil (south Indian - hence the tige more There are many, many versions of this book (some very very appalling).

In the original, the boy is supposed to be Tamil (south Indian - hence the tigers and the ghee) but has a western name (Zambo was originally a term for a /5(). Without understanding the basic history of Butte, it makes it much more difficult to understand what the city is today. Butte began as nothing more than a bunch of mining camps back in the early ’s.

Then, silver and copper was discovered. This discovery brought in a flood of new companies and people to Butte. I do not own any of this content - Original story by Ana M Gomez (copyright owner) Here is a link to the free PDF: http://crea.

“It’s a portal to let Butte people tell the story of Butte.” A highlight in the clip is Duggan’s grandson reading from a book in which the nipper wrote his last words during the Granite.

Lost Butte, Montana, a book by Richard I. Gibson, is in stores and museum gift shops around order from the 's also in E-book formats at all the usual places. And read an interview with Gibson, here, and on KXLF Facebook page has many historic photos of Butte, and the Butte-Anaconda NHLD project showcases many historic buildings.

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The culmination of six years of hard work and undying faith placed "Our Lady of the Rockies" standing 90 feet atop the continental divide, at an elevation of 8, feet, overlooking the city of Butte.

The project to build the statue began in December of This book was given to me by a long-time classmate and good friend Jim McCarthy. We grew up in Anaconda, a smelter town founded by Marcus Daly, one of the Copper Kings (see below) where the copper ore from the mines in Butte 25 miles away was shipped by /5.

Copper Camp: The Lusty Story of Butte, Montana (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. Copper Camp: The Lusty Story of Butte, Montana. Author. Writers Project of Montana. Publisher. Riverbend Publishing. Publication Date.

Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit. “”Crowheart Butte, the isolated butte north of the highway, is composed of claystone and sandstone of the Eocene Wind River formation.

Behind its name is a colorful story. InIndian tribes in the area fought a battle to establish supremacy over hunting grounds in the basin. Her story began in with Butte resident Bob O’Bill, whose wife was nearing death from cancer. O’Bill, who for many years worked as electrician in one of Butte’s surface mines, prayed that his wife be healed, and promised to build a 5-foot statue of Mary in his yard if God answered.

The bookstore offers the book at a 25% discount. Books are also available at the Butte College Library. Book in Common Facebook Page. Create a Book in Common Book Group. Enjoy the pleasure of reading a compelling story.

Find a few other people who would like to read the book and set up a few dates to discuss it. A section of the book is devoted to the Pearl Club, a community-changing African American women's organization established in that helped the melting pot of Butte battle race and cultural.

Crested Butte Stories Through My Lens () and her companion book, Crested Butte Love at First Sight () intertwine the author’s personal experiences as an award-winning photojournalist for the past 40 years in Crested Butte with the stories of the people and events that helped to shape the mining-turned-ski-town.

My husband & I traveled to Butte specifically to see Our Lady of the Rockies statue. After reading on Trip Advisor that the only way up was by organized tour I made a call to book it.

The staff was courteous and helped me pick the appropriate time to come TripAdvisor reviews.Relief shown by shading. Cadastral map showing drainage, roads, railroads, ditches, canals, flumes, section lines, land ownership, landowners' names, etc. "Approved & declared to be the official map of Butte County by resolutions of the Board of Supervisors " Includes statistical table, insets of Nelson, Nord, Biggs, Gridley, Dayton, Cana, Chico, and Oroville, and ill.Lost Butte, Montana, a book by Richard I.

Gibson, is in stores and museum gift shops around order from the 's also in E-book formats at all the usual places. And read an interview with Gibson, here, and on KXLF Facebook page has many historic photos of Butte, and the Butte-Anaconda NHLD project showcases many historic buildings.