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    • Billings Police Force, 1912

    • 1912
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Law enforcement officers--Montana. Police--Montana.
    • OW Terrell, Bert Talgo, William Schneider and Enos Nelson: Second Row > Charles Heagney (far left - a jailor), PN Schultz, and Matt Thomas. See Police Trio Looks Back, Billings Gazette, July 25, 1937. Enos Nelson was killed in the line...
    • Gilsdorf, Mrs. Andrew J

    • 1932
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Businessmen--Montana. Butchers.
    • Born in Ostrander, Minnesota on Nov 5, 1861, Olavea Olson married Andrew J. Gilsdorf before 1886. Andrew J. Gilsdorf, a Billings merchant and butcher, died in September, 1911, after an auto accident - See Death of Old-Timer, Billings Times,...
    • Hogan, Thomas Stephens

    • 1915
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Lawyers--Montana. Montana. Secretary of State. Legislators--Montana. Petroleum industry. Hogan, Kathryn Donovan. Hogan, Katherine A. Donovan
    • See Montana, Its History and Biography by Stout. Born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin on December 23, 1869. A leading attorney in Billings. Married Kathryn (or Katherine A.) Donovan Hogan in 1894. Four children; Ralph, Emmett V. Mary T. and T....
    • Johnson, John (Liver Eating)

    • 1900
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans. Scouting (Reconnaissance) American bison hunting. Indians of North America--Wars--Veterans.
    • Civil war veteran, government scout in the 1870s, buffalo hunter, and deputy sheriff of Red Lodge. According to some newspaper accounts, Johnson was reportedly killed in 1878. The Bismarck Weekly Tribune, March 5, 1878. reported he was at the...
    • Miller, Adam (Horn)

    • 1910
    • Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Gold miners.
    • Adam ""Horn"" Miller was born in Bavaria in October of 1839 and moved to St. Louis when he was a child. Followed gold strikes in the west, coming to Cooke City in the early 1870s - See Magazine Article Describes Beauties, Billings Gazette, June 3,...
    • Power, T.C.

    • 1900
    • Pioneers--Montana. Power, Thomas Charles. River boats--Mississippi River. Legislators--Montana. United States. Senate
    • Thomas Charles Power (May 22, 1839 � February 16, 1923) was the first Republican senator from Montana, serving 1890-1895. He was a 'Helena Merchant Capitalist.' He was born near Dubuque, Iowa, on May 22, 1839. He attended public school and...

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