Montana, Too
A Book of Montana History in Story Poems

by Bonnie Buckley Maldonado

published by An Seanchai Imprint

produced by Sweetgrass Books

  • The rural people of Montana whom you will meet in these colorful poems refused to leave when they lost homesteads and ranches, suffered through the Great Depression, and endured ruthless cycles of drought and cruel winters with resulting loss of land, crops, and livestock. The poems are spoken in the words of grandfathers, courageous men and women, and resourceful children who persevered in the relentless climate of the east side of the Rocky Mountain Front.

80 pages, 6'' x 9'', 20 b/w photos, 108 softcovers per case

ISBN 10: 1591520401
ISBN 13: 9781591520405


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Montana, Too
A Book of Montana History in Story Poems

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Bonnie Buckley Maldonado align= Bonnie Buckley Maldonado is a second-generation member of a northern Montana ranching family. She is a western woman. While her own education and career as a college professor have drawn her away from Montana, she remains closely linked to the land and people of her native state. Her writing includes various professional publications in counseling and education. This is her second book of poetry. Her work appears in Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart, and has also appeared in small university press publications. She has three grown children and lives in the mountains of New Mexico with her husband, two canine companions, and the ghost of a third.

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