Montana Historical Society Press
With more than fifty titles in print, the Montana Historical Society Press has earned a reputation as one of the most respected publishers of western history in the high plains and northern Rockies. Visit or call 800-243-9900 to order. More
Posted November 14, 2016
Mister Moffat's Road
In 1902, David Moffat faced financial and political barriers. He overcame them to build his railroad through the Rockies. This historical novel taps fresh diaries and documents. The book takes the rails up to but not over the continental divide. More
Posted November 01, 2016
Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics
Giant redwoods are symbols of conflict and negotiation, remnants of environmental battles over the limits of industrialization, profiteering, and globalization. In "Defending Giants," Darren Speece explores the long history of the Redwood Wars and their transformation of American environmental... More
Posted October 31, 2016
Inferno by Committee
A gripping account of the escaped prescribed burn that incinerated 250 homes in Los Alamos, New Mexico and changed the course of fire fighting in the West. Written by a wildland fire manager and natural historian. More
Posted October 23, 2016
Through Early Yellowstone: Adventuring by Bicycle, Covered Wagon, Foot, Horseback, and Skis
Yellowstone Treasures author Janet Chapple regales you with adventure stories by travelers to Yellowstone from the explorers of 1871 through the tourists of 1916, when cars were allowed. The authors include explorer Nathaniel P. Langford, round-the-world cyclist Frank D. Lenz, Pulitzer-prize... More
Posted October 19, 2016