When James B. Stuart came to Montana's Bitterroot Valley in the 1860's at the time of the gold rush at Grasshopper Gulch and Virginia City in what was then the Territory of Montana, he didn't know that he'd follow a path in pursuit of riches quite different from most of those who migrated to the gold diggings. In "Another Man's Gold," Rod Johnson has written a wonderful story, in historical novel form, about a man who was a cattle drover, prospector, one of Montana's first cattle ranchers, a vigilante, a personal friend of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce, and among them he first to choose Montana's beautiful Bitterroot Valley as their home. Stuart lived a stalwart, pioneer life and played a major part in Montana's early history. 6X9-inch format 172 pages, richly illustrated by Lance Johnson.
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