Logging railroads -- Logging Equipment and supplies
A railroad logging device which sits above the tracks in such a way so as to allow a log car to pass under it. Variously called a 'Loading Donkey' or a 'Clyde Loader.' Location unknown, probaby Montana.
The Tribes' FY 84 budget: Act Two: Budget approved; cuts volunteered for last-minute revenue sharing item; Constitution on agenda; Reprieve for G.A.; Hot Springs road closure announced; Longer leases of Tribal land Ok'd; Been wondering about those...
Money-saving reorganization plan passes probation; Road closure policy is under fire; North end gets a district meeting too; U of M commencement convenes briefly at SKC; Flathead students take honors at I.T.Y.P.; Teens get pointers on getting...
Arlee pow-wow; Council appoints Swaney study coordinator; Auto daredevil thrill show June 22nd; Profile- Louis Adams; Carl Hernandez, obituary; Camas Hot Springs' Health Resort, part 1; Peace-Corps VISTA; Annual mini pow-wow (photographs).
Tribal election candidates; X-Mas per capita; Highway project meeting; Timber, Tribes and Trust...The B.I.A. reviews over 100 years of responsibility; Indian Giver's end sad; Report on women's advisory council.
United States--Politics and government--20th century
Mansfield (D., Montana) July 8, 1954
GENEVA: FAILURE OF A POLICY
Mr. President: The war in Indochina appears on the verge of ending in
a truce. The blood-letting of the past eight years will probably come to a close
very shortly. There will be no...
Image caption reads: Original Water Works in Missoula, Montana. Original description reads: "View of the breed, named One-eyed Riley (half-breed Flathead Indian), and his helper. Barrels of water being carried on small cart pulled by donkey."
In the Ninemile, near Stark, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company Steam Powered 'Donkey' for ground skidding logs. It was mounted on log runners. From left to right: Georgia (Irvine) Huff, Gladys (Irvine) Huff, Pat McElligott and Dan Llongpre.
Two men in costume, one on a horse and another on a donkey, on a Pine Street in Missoula, Montana. Several boys and men watch them. The animals and the buildings on the street have American flags on them. J. J. Higgins Upholstering at 220 West Pine...