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“The Diamond Willow Walking Stick: A Traditional Metis Story About Generosity”
To indigenous peoples, the word “roots” speaks beyond place and family ties to a worldview that connects all living things as relatives. The Metis, who live in Canada and Montana, descend from a mixed First Nations and European heritage and believe that all plants and animals were created be…
“Fair Game,” a novel by Sarie Mackay, immediately brings us into Maude’s brutal journey at age 13, from Scotland to central Montana.
The distance between Montana's Paradise Valley and Harvard, Princeton and Oxford is actually quite short for Alston Chase, former professor of philosophy, and his wife, Dianna.
Mary Clearman Blew invites us back into her Montana family through the intimate pages of her aunt Imogene Welch's diary. Blew fills in the blanks with remembrances.