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In 1964 Annick Smith came to Montana with her husband Dave and their boys. In a fertile valley where meadows tip downward toward the Big Blackfoot River, they found what they had dreamed of: 163 acres of ranch land with a view of creek, hills, and the Rattlesnake Mountains. The Montana of which Annick Smith writes in this spirited and generous book is the not-so-distant West of outlaws and pioneers, Indians and soldiers, range inspectors and cattle thieves. Smith writes of her friendship with Norman Maclean, who memorialized the Big Blackfoot in A River Runs Through It, and she eloquently makes the case for preserving the fragile wild environments that are our sacred places.
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Milkweed Editions ; [Emeryville, CA] : Distributed by Publishers Group West, 1995.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781571312068
Branch Call Number: 978.6 SMI
Characteristics: 211 p. ; 23 cm.


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