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Mining Childhood
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Let’s Boogie To Butte

I thoroughly enjoy living here in our Golden Triangle. Life here on the Hi-Line seems "just right". I do think that when asked to name Montana's most colorful city, I'd have to say that the old mining city, Butte, takes that honor

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I Done My Best Work For Her

That's what the late Charlie Russell said about the "little woman", Nancy Cooper Russell & we're currently enjoying a book about Charlie & the missus up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll b

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Behind Every Man
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Montana History Returns To The Heritage

Today is Tuesday, & that means it's "Montana History" reading this evening at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll be there at six to continue with the book we're currently enjoying, "Behind Every Man-The Story of Nancy Cooper Russell", Charlie's wife AND boss! Joan Stauffer, who's performed her one-woman stage presentation of the life & times of Nancy Cooper Russell more than a hundred times before enthusiastic audiences across the country, has penned quite an engaging tome. Nancy &

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The Woman Is From Butte

Celebrated national author Christy Leskovar will be joining me this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35 on the Puffman Show. I met this Butte native some year back when she was giving a presentation at the Conrad Library on her 1st book, "One Night in a Bad Inn"

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Heading Back To The Heritage

I'm heading back to the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday) for more "Montana History" reading at 6 o'clock. I'm looking forward to it this week more than ever...I missed last week when I was back east

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Richard Baker (Montana Humanities)
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Pierre Cruzatte’s “Ghost” to Appear in Choteau

Great Falls author and traditional fiddle player Richard Baker will present a visit with Pierre Cruzatte’s ghost at 3 p.m. on Sept. 30 at the Stage Stop Inn in Choteau.

A member of Montana Humanities living history speakers’ bureau, Baker developed his historical persona in the 1990s

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I Done My Best Work For Her

Nancy Cooper was her name & she was married to the infamous Charlie Russell. We're currently enjoying the story of Nancy Cooper Russell, "Behind Every Man" at our Tuesday evening Montana History reading at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. Jo

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This Weekend: Family Fun at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

 

What: First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park Annual Montana Atlatl Mammoth Hunt.

 When:  Saturday, Sunday & Monday, Sept. 1-3,  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily.

 Where: First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, 3.5 m

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Do You Know Where I Was Last Night?

Of course, it was Tuesday & I was reading "Montana History" up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We're currently reading the Nancy Russell book, "Behind Every Man". I always hope the members of my reading group are enjoying this Montana history as much as I am. I

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Anyone Up For Cards?

If you are, come on up to the community card party this Monday afternoon at the Marias Heritage Center. The cards will be cut at 1:30 & then the fun begins! They play a variety of games...Let It Ride would be my favorite! This is a fun Monday get together at the Heritage Center & everyone is welcome...there

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Behind Every Man
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There’s One Behind Every Man

One of them was Nancy Cooper...she married the infamous Charlie Russell and I've found a fascinating book by Joan Stauffer from the University of Oklahoma Press that I'm currently reading Tuesday evenings at 6 at the Marias Heritage Center

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Behind Every Man
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Behind Every Good Man..

I'm heading back up to the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday 8/21) at 6 to read more "Montana History" to the Tuesday evening Montana History group of residents. We're starting a new book this evening

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