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Montana Ties to the Titanic: A Collection of Stories
This is the event registration page for the MLN Virtual Program: Montana Ties to the Titanic - A Collection of Stories. Please see below for presenter information, and the program description.

Presenter Bio:
Zoe Ann Stoltz is the Reference Historian for Montana Historical Society Research Center. After growing up in eastern Montana and raising three daughters in the northwestern corner of the state, Zoe Ann pursued her dream of becoming a Public Historian. To this end, she graduated from Mount Holyoke College in MA, and earned her Master’s in History from the University of Montana. As Reference Historian for the Montana Historical Society, Zoe Ann’s career combines her two passions, the people and history of Montana! Her current projects include studies of Montana Foodways, and Montana Livestock Brand Records.

Program Description:
Have you heard the stories of Montana’s connections to the sinking of the Titanic? Not only were there over a dozen Titanic passengers who listed Montana as their destination, there were also numerous personal and professional Montana connections. The aspirations and make up of these individuals—miners, emigrants, carpenters, homesteaders, dishwashers, and millionaires—represent the social and economic make up of 1912 Montana. Their stories range from tragic to inspiring.

Aug 22, 2022 06:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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