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    • Book 1 Photograph 42  Jess Jordan--Mr. and Mrs. Grover Weast

    • before 1917
    • Ranchers
    • Outdoor photograph of Jesse Wychoff Jordan (d. 1917), early Carbon County rancher, standing, and Florence Lucille Jordan and Grover Weast on horseback. Youngest of the Weast Brothers of Red Lodge Creek, Grover married Lucille, daughter of Jesse...
    • Book 1 Photograph 46 The Andrew Espland family

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    • Ranchers;
    • Composite of the Andrew and Anunda Espland family. The son of Sjur Ingmundsen and Guri Andersdatter (Flogstad) Espeland, Espland emigrated from Sauda parish, Rogaland (Stavanger), in 1910, and married Anunda, the daughter of Chris and Elle...
    • Book 1 Photograph 47 The Gus Ferster family

    • c. 1902
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of the Gus and Effie Alfretta (Weikel) Ferster family. After learning his ranch skills by horse wrangling and being the foreman at the Richard Ashworth ranch, Pennsylvanian-born Ferster acquired a ranch on the East Rosebud. Effie,...
    • Book 1 Photograph 52 Vegge brothers

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    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Gunder, John, and Thomas Vegge, with Gunder's wife, Christina, the daughter of John R. and Inga C. (Sondeno) Johnson. Emigrating from Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, the Vegge brothers homesteaded on the Stillwater (Thomas), the...
    • Book 1 Photograph 53  The Andrew Herem family

    • circa 1932
    • Homesteading;
    • Family photograph of the Andrew and Hilda (Martinson) Herem family. Herem, the son of Knut and Ragnild (Ostrem) Herem, emigrated from Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, in 1897, and homesteaded on Beaver Creek in 1911. He married Hilda, the daughter...
    • 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 62 Mr. and Mrs. Gunder T. Vegge, Bertha and G

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    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of Thomas and Christine (Johnson) Vegge and children, Bertha and George. Originally from Sauda, Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, Gunder emigrated with his brother Torger in 1900. He married Christine, daughter of John R. and Inga...
    • Book 1 Photograph 63 Osmund Herem family

    • c. 1950
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Osmund and Katherine (Allen) Herem and family. Born in Saude, Rogaland (Stavanger), Norway, the son of Knute Alfsen and Ragnild Osmundsdtr (Ostrem) Herem, he joined his older brother Andrew in Stillwater County in 1907. He...
    • Book 1 Photograph 66 Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith;  Lucille Snyder

    • c. 1906
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Clarence Neal and Emma (Mason) Smith and their daughter, Lucille. Clarence was born in Union Township, Van Buren County, IA, in April of 1892 and came to Stillwater County sometime before 1900. He married Emma, the daughter of...
    • Book 1 Photograph 67 Mr. And Mrs. Curtis Woods Bob and Jack

    • c. 1925
    • Homesteading;
    • Photograph of the G. Curtis and Nellie (Smith) Woods family outside log cabin. Woods was born in Dodge City, KS, and moved with his wife and boys (Robert S., John Curtis) to Beaver Creek Flats where they homesteaded in 1913. Raised wheat, cattle,...
    • Book 1 Photograph 73 LaVantia Pease (Mrs. J. Pearson)

    • c. 1872
    • Indian agents;
    • Studio portrait of LaVantia Pease, daughter of David Fellows and Margaret [Wallace] Pease. Pease entered Montana in 1856 as an Indian scout for General Sully. He met Margaret, the daughter of mixed parentage: Crow and French, at Fort Union and...
    • Book 1 Photograph 74 Jack Pearson

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    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Jack Pearson, son of William and Mahalia (Martin) Pearson (born in Alabama and Virginia respectively). According to Annin’s sketch, Pearson’s family came West after the Civil War because they could not “get adjusted to the...
    • 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 81 Lindsey B. Whitten

    • c. 1918
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photo of Lindsey B. Whitten, the son of homesteader Ira L. Whitten, who had settled on the West Rosebud c. 1896. The elder Whitten, a Maine native, had come into the Musselshell thirty years earlier with his parents. Whitten sold his...
    • Book 1 Photograph 83 Composite of the Oakley Parker family

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    • Ranchers;
    • Composite of the Oakley Parker family. Parker, born in Alturas, CA, in 1889, was one of the three sons of John R. and Alice (Trumbo) Parker, who had settled on Antelope Creek, c. 1896; he took over that holding from his mother after his...
    • 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...
    • Book 1 Photograph 95 Mr. and Mrs. August C. Kirchman

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    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of the Augustus C. Kirchmans. Born in 1871 in Millis Landing, MO, Kirchman moved to White Sulphur Springs in 1882 with his parents, John and Mary (Mayn) Kirchman; his father became the foreman out at the Dogie Ranch northeast of...
    • Book 1 Photograph 95 Mr. and Mrs. August C. Kirchman (the forme

    • c. 1898
    • Farmers;
    • Studio portrait of the Augustus C. Kirchmans. Born in 1871 in Millis Landing, MO, Kirchman moved to White Sulphur Springs in 1882 with his parents, John and Mary (Mayn) Kirchman; his father became the foreman out at the Dogie Ranch northeast of...
    • Book 1 Photograph 96 Composite of the G. M. (Mike) Kranz family

    • Unknown
    • Homesteading;
    • Composite of the George Michael Krantzes and their daughter, Jessie. Krantz was born in 1865 in Valley City, Illinois. He moved to Marshall, MO, where he married Stella Yonce, the daughter of John Andrew and Rebecca (Burkes) Yonce, on March 30,...
    • Book 1 Photograph 97 The Henry Torgrimson family

    • c. 1912
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of the Henry Torgrimson family. Torgrimson, the son of Erick and Olava Torgrimson, and his wife, Anna Margarethe, the daughter of Herman and Betsy Hovda, were both born in Grand Meadow, MN, in 1877. Erick and Olava had emigrated...
    • Box 3 Photo 260 Composite of Mr. and Mrs. Knute Lien

    • several dates
    • Homesteading;
    • Composite photograph of Knute and Gena (Haaland Beckman) Lien and their homestead. Knute, the son of Gabriel Olsen(1841-1912) and Valborg Østensdtr (Botten)(1952-1921) Hellelien, was born June 19, 1885, in RØldal, Norway, a parish on the extreme...
    • Box 3 Photo 277 Belle Griffith 1906

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    • Teachers;
    • Studio portrait of Belle V. Griffith, early school teacher in the Columbus and Big Timber areas. Born May 17, 1882, in Steel City, NE, according to her marriage license and death certificate, she was the daughter of Josiah and Matilda (Boyd)...
    • Miss Vine Tucker, early teacher

    • c. 1905
    • Teachers;
    • In the original Annin text, Lavinia, or "Vine," was referred to as a teacher as well as a homesteader on the West Rosebud (in Carbon County). She was born c. 1867 in Fall City, Worth County, Missouri, the daughter of Levi and Malinda (Costator)...
    • Mr. and Mrs. John Coppedge

    • c. 1930
    • Homesteading;
    • Outdoor photograph of John and Helen (Riley Patterson) Coppedge. Coppedge, the son of George T. and Polly Ann (Davis) Coppedge, was born in St. James, Phelps County, MO, and came to the West Rosebud below Fishtail in 1887 to take up a squatter’s...
    • Mr. and Mrs. William C. Arnold Photo  2 Book 1

    • c. 1911
    • Ranches;
    • Studio portrait of William C. and Margaret (Haugan) Arnold. Arnold came to Montana from Appleton, MN, in 1910, and settled in the Rosebud area. Margaret was the daughter of Knut and Laura Haugan; the two married c. 1911. As well as being a...
    • Mrs. James Hyatt nee Emily Stinson

    • c. 1905
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of Mrs. Sarah Emily (Stinson) Hyatt, born in 1856 in Council Bluffs, IA, the daughter of John and Mary Stinson. Emily moved to Colorado with her first husband, Charles Grant: she had one daughter, Belle (Fisher), and one son,...
    • Photograph 280 Mr. and Mrs. John Hufford

    • c. 1893
    • Homesteading;
    • Studio portrait of John W. and Julia Belle (Underwood) Hufford. Hufford was born near Muncie, IN, in Delaware Township, Delaware County, and moved with his parents, George W. and Sarah Jane (Williams) Hufford, to Fairfax, Osage County, Kansas, as...
    • The Albert P. Johnson family

    • After 1940
    • Ranchers;
    • Studio portrait of Albert Peter and Evelyn A. Hawks and their son, Melvin. Born in a cabin constructed before the Crow Reservation was ceded for homesteading, A. P. or “Pete” farmed with his father, John Johnson, and his older brother, John...
    • The K. [Knute] O. Haugan family

    • c. 1915
    • Homesteading;
    • Group portrait of the Knute O. and Laura (Hoyem) Haugan family. Originally from the Oslo, Norway area (according to Jim Annin) or Trondheim (according to Haugan declaration on his marriage license) , Haugan, the son of Ole and Helle (Albertsdtr)...
    • 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...
    • Thelma Whipple Bates

    • c. 1950
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    • Studio portrait of Thelma Whipple Bates, daughter of Ralph Wattrus and Nellie Flanagan Bates.

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