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Ellen Baumler, Ph.D. Montana Historical Society MHS Photo Archives
African-American Population in Montana & Contiguous States In 2000, Montana’s total population was 902,195; 2,834 were African American
Lewis and Clark on the Lower Columbia, C. M. Russell, Amon Carter Museum
“York,” C. M. Russell, MHS Museum
York’s Islands off Hwy 12 near Townsend, courtesy Troy Helmick
Jim Beckwourth, Nevada Historical Society
Seattle Times, April 16, 1970
Isaiah Dorman, Negro Digest, February 1965
Leeson, History of Montana
Samuel Lewis House, National Register files (SHPO)
Samuel Lewis House, Interior, National Register files (SHPO)
Forever Free by Edmonia Lewis, Howard University Gallery of Art
Sarah Gammon Bickford, African American Registry at
Hangman’s Building, Virginia City, courtesy Ellen Baumler
Coggswell-Taylor Cabins, Virginia City, courtesy Kate McCourt
Montana Post, 1879
Madisonian, March 22, 1906
Mary Fields, High Plains Women’s Museum
St. Peter’s Mission, MHS Photo Archives
Mary Fields, MHS Library vertical files
A Quiet Day in Cascade, C. M. Russell, MHS Library vertical files
Mary Fields, MHS Library vertical files
Mary Fields’ tombstone, MHS Library vertical files
Molly (Millie) Ringold, MHS Photo Archives
Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Shaw 1890, MHS Photo Archives
Saddle Patent, 1896, MHS African American website
From Under Fire with the Tenth U. S. Cavalry
Horace Bivins and Booth equipped for service, photo from Under Fire
Horace Bivins and Booth, photo from Under Fire
Illustration from Under Fire
Powder Magazine at Fort Missoula, Montana National Guard
25 th Infantry Bicycle Corps, Mansfield Library
Hamilton, Ravalli County census, 1900
Mary Gordon, MHS Library vertical file
Rose Gordon, MHS Library vertical file
Rose’s Café business cards, MHS Library vertical file
Rose Café business card, reverse side
Taylor Gordon, Born to Be
MHS Library vertical file
Taylor Gordon, Born To Be
Garfield School, Butte, MHS Photo Archives
Polk City Directory, Butte, 1906 Butte Miner, May 2, 1906
Former St. James AME Church, Helena, courtesy Ellen Baumler
J. P. Ball, MHS Photo Archives
J.P. Ball photographer, MHS Photo Archives
William Biggerstaff. J.P. Ball photographer, date unknown. MHS Photo Archives
J.P. Ball photographer, April MHS Photo Archives
Dorsey Family, MHS Photo Archives
Dorsey Grocery/Wise Penny, courtesy Ellen Baumler
Julian Anderson, MHS Library vertical file
Montana Club 1903, MHS Photo Archives
Anaconda Standard, May 27, 1903
MHS Library vertical file
Montana Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs, Butte, MHS Photo Archives
Octavia Bridgewater, MHS Library vertical file
James Wesley Crump, Norman Howard Collection
Clarissa Jane Crump, Norman Howard Collection
Social gathering in the Crumps’ yard, 9 th Avenue, Helena Illustrated, Norman Howard collection
Norman Howard, Helena Independent Record, December 9, 1979
Union Bethel AM E Church, Great Falls, National Register files (SHPO)
Alma Jacobs (right) and family in Lewistown, c. 1920, MHS Photo Archives
Alma Jacobs, State Librarian, Great Falls, MHS Photo Archives
Memorial Plaza, Great Falls, courtesy Ken Robison
Geraldine Travis, Montana Legislature Historical Highlights at
Two-Year-Old Nathan Jones, Great Falls Tribune, February 4, 2007
Unidentified African-American woman, Philipsburg, , MHS Photo Archives
Resources in African American History at the Tennessee State Library & Archives.
Photo Courtesy of Kentucky Historical Society Boy Scout camp on a farm in Mason County, ca. 1970s.
I Carried the Torch of Leadership: The Legacy of the National Council of Negro Women.
Where it all began A feature on Marian de Forest Buffalo, New York, USA Special thanks to Vivian Cody, member of the Zonta Club of Buffalo, NY, USA, past.
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Prohibition, Riverside, and the Mission Inn Background image courtesy of the Library of Congress.
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