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Master of Science (MS)
Joel E. Ricks
There have been many histories written on the great movements of American History and most states have had their histories, but almost endless localities have been neglected. Yet it is in the localities that we find the greatest stories and problems of the states, nations, and world in their embryonic stages. There is no better place to begin a realization of the heritage of America than in the story of ones own locality. It is for these reasons that I have chosen to write this paper upon the history of Montpelier, Idaho.
Rich, A. McKay, "The History of Montpelier From 1864 to 1925" (1957). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 525.
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