Helena's Exploited Resources

In the summer of 1864, Helena's pristine wilderness teemed with wildlife—pronghorn antelope, grizzly bears, coyotes, wolves, and rattlesnakes. The area was rich in other natural resources as well: water, timber, and especially gold. As the men worked, Indians of ...

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