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Friday, September 29 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Historical writing/research panel

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Jane Little Botkin

Jane (Janie) Little Botkin is a retired teacher turned historical investigator and author.  After  | graduating from the University of Texas at El Paso with a BA in English, Botkin taught high school students for thirty years and supervised fifteen volumes of the student publication, A History... Read More →
avatar for Beth Judy

Beth Judy

Beth Judy grew up in Chicago, graduated from Harvard College in 1983, and moved from Atlanta to Missoula in 1992, where she earned an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Montana. Researching and writing her book Bold Women in Montana History (spring 2017, Mountain Press) was a dream come true, since she loves Montana history and... Read More →
avatar for Lorna Milne

Lorna Milne

Lorna Milne writes from Helena, Montana, where she lives on a small farm with her husband and a soccer-playing, fowl-herding sheep dog named Little Bear. Milne has published essays and short stories in periodicals such as Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Gettysburg Review, Walking, Orion, Highlights for Children, and The Sun. She is a University of Montana journalism graduate who teaches writing and literature at Carroll College. Her first biography, Evelyn Cameron: Photographer on the Western Prairie, was published this spring by Mountain Press Publishing Company of Missoula. Milne grew up in eastern Montana, near the... Read More →
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Ken Robison

Ken Robison is a historian and preservationist and a chronicler of neglected Western history at the Overholser Historical Research Center in Fort Benton. He was born and educated in Montana, and after graduating from the University of Montana, served thirty years in Naval Intelligence. The Montana Historical Society honored Robinson as "Montana Heritage Keeper" in 2010 for his pathbreaking work on African American history in Montana. He is the author of six books including Montana Territory and the Civil War: A Frontier Forged on the Battlefield; Confederates in Montana Territory: In the Shadow of... Read More →


Friday September 29, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Fact & Fiction 220 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802

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