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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: Montana Volunteers Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary: The Montana Volunteers was a volunteer military organization, primarily cavalry, formed by Executive directive to combat perceived Indian threats in the Territory. These records (1867-1868) consist of correspondence, financial records, reports, and miscellany, largely for the District of Helena.
 
Collection Title:Montana Secretary of State Office Records
Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:Records (1867-1889) of the territorial executive offices consist of correspondence; financial records; oaths of office; treaties with the Bannack, Shoshone, and Sheepeater Indian tribes; reports of the insane asylum, the superintendent of schools, and various territorial agencies; and miscellany. Records (1889-1975) of the state executive offices consist of correspondence; departmental regulations; financial records; legal documents, including construction contracts for the state capitol and various state institutions, township descriptions; reports and inventories of state agencies; and miscellany, including automobile registration registers, a petition of John W. Darnell for release from a mental hospital, railroad licenses, and other matters. There are also subgroups for the Building and Loan Commission, the Capitol Site Commission, the Board of Charities and Reform, the Efficiency and Trade Commission, the State Board of Examiners, the Fish and Game Commission, the Law Library, the Railroad Commission, the Department of Weights and Measures, and the Board of World's Fair Managers.

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