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In 1864, vast herds of buffalo roamed the northern short-grass prairie and numerous Native American nations lived on both sides of the Continental Divide. That world changed in a single year because of gold, the Civil War, and the relentless push of emigrants into Indian lands.

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  • All royalties support the programs
    and grants of Humanities Montana
    ISBN: 9781606390764
    Pages: 248

  • About the Author

    Ken Egan Jr. serves as executive director of Humanities Montana, which provides programs and grants on history, literature, Native American Studies, and more all over the state. He is available for book signings, readings, and programs.

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