That’s right! You can get Tribes and Trappers: A History of Montana, Volume I for just $3.99 this week, and maybe until the end of the month – I haven’t decided yet. It’s a great way to learn about the history of the forty-first state of the Union in fun and exciting way.
Montana became a state in 1889, and I’ll cover all that in Braves and Businessmen: A History of Montana, Volume III. Montana became a territory in 1864, and that’s all covered in Priests and Prospectors: A History of Montana, Volume II.
Long before that, though, Montana wasn’t even a spot on the map. This first volume covers events up to 1840 and you’ll get information on the following:
- Montana’s Geological History;
- Profiles on 10 Montana Indian Tribes;
- Early European Explorers in Montana;
- The Lewis & Clark Expedition;
- The Rise of the Fur Companies;
- Montana Mountain Men.
There’s a lot more than that in this 34,000 word 200-page eBook, and I’m sure you’ll be thrilled. The usual price is $7.99 but for the next week you can get it for just $3.99 – a helluva deal!
There’s simply no better way to learn Montana’s history in such a detailed way. I mean, what other Montana history book is going to give you more than 100 pictures of the people and places you’re reading about?
None – I’ve gone through all the good ones getting information for these books, so I know.
In twenty years those dusty tomes on the library shelves will be even dustier, and it’ll be electronic versions of Montana history like mine that people are reading.
Get started early by taking advantage of this deal for Tribes and Trappers today!