Fifty-Six Counties: A Montana Journey by Russell RowlandI started out really wanting to like this book. I truly enjoyed In Open Spaces, The Watershed Years, and High & Inside. I talked our Friends of the Library into bringing this author to do a reading & book signing after his second book became popular in Montana. About the middle of this book on the 56 counties in Montana, it became quite evident that Mr. Rowland was talking about himself & his judgement of the places he was visiting & the people he was meeting. For instance ~ how can you write about Havre & not mention the college there that educates & sends so many of our young Montanans into successful careers? As I progressed further into the book I started seeing errors. For example on page 395, Rowland calls our former Governor a geologist. I attended Montana State University with Brian Schweitzer in the College of Agriculture in Soil Science classes. My roommate was a teachers assistant with him teaching Soil Science labs. Further down on the same page, Rowland says that the town of Musselshell no longer existing. Tell that to our neighbors who live there. I felt like sending him photographs postmarked in Musselshell at the Musselshell USPS along with a newsletter from Friends of the Musselshell School. If you are going to write a book about Montana have a little more self respect & pay attention!!!!!
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