The Battle for Butte
Mining and Politics on the Northern Frontier, 1864-1906
Michael P. Malone and William L. Lang
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Since it was first published in 1981, The Battle for Butte has remained the most sophisticated account of the events in Butte and the best treatment of the influence of copper in the political history of Montana.from the new Foreword
- Published: 2012
- Subject Listing: Western History
- Bibliographic information: Orig pp., illus., maps, bibliog., index, 6 x 9 in.
- Published with: Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest
- Series: Emil and Kathleen Sick Book Series in Western History and Biography
William L. Lang is professor of history at Portland State University.
Foreword to the 2006 Edition by William L. Lang
Preface to the Original Edition
1. Gold Camp: The Rise and Fall of Butte City
2. Clark, Daly, and the Anaconda: 1872-84
3: The "Richest Hill on Earth"
4. Boom Town
5. Politics: The Clark-Daly Feud
6. Mr. Clark Goes to Washington
7. "Consolidation": The Amalgamated and the Independents
8. The Battle for Butte: 1901-6
9. Denouement: The Time of Transition
Epilogue: The Legacy