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Collection Title:James H. Bradley papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:James H. Bradley was a first lieutenant in the 7th Infantry Regiment, stationed at Fort Shaw and Fort Benton, Montana Territory. Bradley was an amateur historian who wrote about the history of Montana and the Northwest, and his own military career. He was killed at the Battle of the Big Hole, August 9, 1877. This collection consists of Bradley's writings, some correspondence, and miscellany. [Most of the writings were published in Volumes. II, III, VIII, and IX of Contributions to the Montana Historical Society.
 
Collection Title:James Sanks Brisbin papers
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:James Brisbin, a Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, native, served as an Army officer in the Civil War and the Indian Wars, 1868-1891. He was stationed at Fort Ellis, Fort Assiniboine, Fort Custer, Montana Territory, and many other western forts. Brisbin was also a writer and publicist. The collection contains a small amount of correspondence (1860-1890), and writings (1850-1891) concerning the Army, the Indian Wars, the West, and Montana Territory.
 
Collection Title:Verne Dusenberry Papers
Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:The Verne Dusenberry Papers provide a rich source of material about the Montana and Northern Plains Indians, in particular the Chippewa Cree (a.k.a./Metis, Landless Indians, Rocky Boy). They also offer some insights into the formative years of the Montana Institute of the Arts and Montana and Western authors of the 1950's and early 1960's. The materials consist of letters, personal papers, research work, and manuscripts collected or created by Verne Dusenberry. The papers also include teaching outlines, classroom aids, exams, and public addresses. The topics cover life ways, material culture, history, language, legends, religion including the Sun Dance and Peyote Cult, reservation concerns, land claims, and literature.
 
Collection Title:Fort Assinniboine Telegrams Received
Repository:Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Summary:Fort Assinniboine Telegrams Received consists of "true copy" telegrams, duplicates of original transmissions that were mailed from the office of origin to Lt. Col. Henry M. Black, 18th United States Infantry and commanding officer of Fort Assinniboine during 1881. The telegrams address the movements of troops, disposition of supplies, court marital proceedings, and other routine military matters. Of particular interest are several messages dated in January 1881 concerning the movements of Sitting Bull and the army's failed attempt to capture his camp in the Milk River area. Other military movements against Canadian Crees, Piegans, and half-bloods are also discussed in the telegrams.
 
Collection Title:Montana Office of the State Coordinator of Indian Affairs Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Montana Coordinator of Indian Affairs records (1948-1971) records consist of correspondence, subject files, financial records, organizational materials, reports, and clippings, concerning education, tribal industries, housing, legislation, statistics, meetings, etc.
 
Collection Title:Stanley J. Morrow Stereographs
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Stanley J. Morrow was a prominent photographer in the Dakota and Montana territories who operated from 1868 through 1882. This collection of seventy stereographs contains scenes photographed by Morrow between 1868 and 1881. It includes views of Morrow’s home and studio in Yankton, D.T., military expeditions including views of General Crook’s 1876 expedition against the Lakota Sioux and images of George K. Sanderson’s cleanup of Little Bighorn Battlefield (1879), views of Fort Keogh (ca. 1878), and Indian portraits and village scenes.

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