Dave Wanderaas, Judith Pressmar, and Sarah Jaffe
Roy Brewington, a resident of Swimming Woman, Montana, recalls his family history in various towns near Swimming Woman and Judith Gap, Montana, dealings with Indians, shared telephone lines, going to dances, and logging in isolated areas during the 1930s. He gives descriptions of various trails before they were roads such as the Buffalo Trail that mostly became Highway 191.
Swimming Woman, Montana; Judith Gap, Montana; Lewis and Clark National Forest; Buffalo Trail; Highway 191, Montana
Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time Interviews, OH 365, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 sound cassette (02:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (23 p.: 28 cm.)
Brewington, Roy, "Roy Brewington Interview, September 11, 1997" (1997). Lewis and Clark National Forest Passport in Time Oral History Project. 1.