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Montana Pay Dirt
Guide to Mining Camps of Treasure State

By Muriel Sibell Wolle

“In her pictures of mountain scenery and miners’ cabins, deserted mills and smelters, empty boarding houses, once-lavish hotels, and forgotten stores and post offices, Muriel Sibell Wolle has preserved the authentic look of the Montana mining frontier in a poignant and effective record.”

Allan Radbourne, The English Westerners Tally Sheet

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978-0-8040-0722-1
Retail price: $29.95, T.
Release date: February 1983
436 pages · 8½ × 11 in.
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978-0-8040-0210-3
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Release date: February 1983

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