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    • Book 1 Photograph 45 The Gunder I. Hoiness family

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the Gunder I. and Sofia M. (Eike) Hoiness family. From Skudesnesshaven, Norway, Hoiness filed a squatter's claim on the Crow Indian reservation until the agent raised the lease price. After working for the Smith Brothers Ranch...
    • Book 1 Photograph 48 George Neary

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Outside photograph of George Neary standing beside a draft horse in front of a pole barn. Born in Ohio and a veteran of the Spanish-American war, Neary moved to Montana after the death of his wife. He homesteaded on the East Rosebud in 1903.
    • Book 1 Photograph 54 Closeup of Alex Hundly taken from  Photo 55

    • c. 1920
    • Pioneers;
    • A Tennessee Union veteran, Alexander S. Hundley came to Fort Benton in the 1860's and served as a trapper and freighter. He married widow Mrs. Francoise Gasia and moved to the Countryman area west of Columbus in 1877, where they homesteaded an...
    • Book 1 Photograph 55 The Jacob Lande family with Alex Hundly

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Jacob and Abbie (Hundley) Lande with children. Jacob emigrated from Bugur, Norway, in 1881 and settled in Polk County, WI; Washington; the Gallatin Valley; and the East Rosebud in 1893. He married the daughter (or...
    • Book 1 Photograph 60 The Rev. J. E. Madsen family

    • c. 1920
    • Churches;
    • Studio portrait of the Reverend Jorgen Elisius and Helga Andrina (Noyes or Ness) Madsen family. Madson was born in Riisoer, Aust Agder, Norway, and emigrated to the United States with his family, the Hans and Christina (Jorgensdtr) Madsens, in...
    • Book 1 Photograph 76 Leete Pease, son of Major Fellows D. Pease

    • c. 1870
    • Indian reservations;
    • Studio portrait of Leet, the son of Fellows David and Margaret (Wallace) Pease. Leet (b. c. 1862) was taken from his mother at the age of eight to live with his grandparents in Osceola, Pennsylvania and later attended Carlisle. Pease never...
    • Book 1 Photograph 77 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rumiano

    • c. 1922
    • Farming;
    • Outdoor photograph of Charles Anton and Edna (Lambert) Rumiano, daughter of Charles and Minnie (Law) Lambert. Rumiano, the son of Felice Rumiano, emigrated in 1898 and came to Stillwater County in 1906. He served with the 91st Division in WWI and...
    • Book 1 Photograph 79 Ralph W. Selkirk

    • c 1920
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Ralph Selkirk, older son of Dr. James L. and Mary C. (Terwilliger) Selkirk. Selkirk was born in Voorheesville, New York, and moved with his parents, first to Illinois, then to Montana. He graduated from Beloit College,...
    • Book 1 Photograph 92  Mr. and Mrs. Hans Sylten

    • c. 1920
    • Ranchers;
    • Outdoor photograph of Hans and Constance (Grotbo) Sylten. Hans, the son of Hans K. and Nellie (Johnson) Sylten, emigrated to Minneapolis on the Campania, landing June 13, 1896; he then came to Meagher County, where he operated a lumber mill in...
    • Frank Bem

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph of Bem taken outside his cabin at Lodge Pole Creek, where he ranched and was later postmaster.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bahr

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Emil and Louise (Johnke) Bahr. Bahr homesteaded in Huntley Basin.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Helmert Arthun

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Helmert and Matilda (Eike) Arthun with children seated in an open car.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bjorndal

    • c. 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph in front of house. Nels and Ella (Eike) Bjorndal homesteaded on Beaver Creek. Bjorndal was a native of Hordaland (Bergen), Norway.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Tim George

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Timothy and Amanda (Adams) George, c. 1920. Filed a claim near his sister's (Mrs. R. O. Morris) on the old Bozeman trail up Bridger Creek. Postmaster at Morris (later Roscoe).
    • The Oscar Haugan family

    • c 1920
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Oscar and Edna (Peterson) Haugan. Haugan, the son of K. O. and Laura (Hoyem) Haugan, was born in Castle, Meagher County, and moved to the West Rosebud with his family when he was six. As well as being a carpenter’s helper...

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