Lots of books of mine are going on sale these days, aren’t they? I guess that must mean I’m releasing new titles.
Next Tuesday I’ll be publishing Priests and Prospectors: A History of Montana, Volume II.
I’ve been working on this book since May and I gave it the final proofread and edit last night. This evening I gave the first volume, Tribes and Trappers, a complete line edit as well.
But I’ve also done a lot more. I’ve added new sections to Tribes and Trappers where there were none before. I’ve also changed the ordering of some of the chapters around based on this. And there’s a new and updated introduction, conclusion, and preview of the second volume.
And I didn’t just stop there. I also lowered the price of the book from $7.99 to $2.99, but you’ll have to act fast if you want to get a copy, because this sale won’t last forever.
And remember that you’ll still find lots of information about Montana right here from this site.
I’m looking forward to the big release next Tuesday, but until then, enjoy the first volume of my Montana history, Tribes and Trappers for just $2.99.
Here’s the New and Updated Table of Contents
Part I – Prehistory
- Montana’s Geological History
- Montana’s Western Interior Seaway
- Dinosaurs in Montana
- Types of Dinosaurs in Montana
- Montana’s Earliest Peoples
- Montana Peoples and Pictographs
Part II – The 1700s
- The Crow
- The Cheyenne
- The Blackfeet
- The Assiniboine
- The Gros Ventre
- The Kootenai
- The Flathead
- The Pend d’Oreilles
- The Shoshone
- Early European Explorers in Montana
Part III – The Early 1800s
- William Clark and Pompey’s Pillar
- Montana’s Fur Companies: The Europeans
- Montana’s Fur Companies: The Americans
- The Mountain Men of Montana
- John Colter
- George Drouillard
- Andrew Henry
Part IV – The 1820s and 1830s
- William Henry Ashley
- The Mountain Man Rendezvous
- Mike Fink
- Jedediah Smith
- Hugh Glass
- James Beckwourth
- Jim Bridger
About the Author
Preview of Volume II
What are you waiting for? Download Tribes and Trappers today!
And remember, you can always update your old copy buy visiting Manage My Kindle and updating or deleting your old copy. It’s a great way to get rid of those old titles you no longer want.
Hey! You could even buy a new copy! What a great way to support struggling writers like myself. Thanks Amazon!