Butte's Heritage Cookbook

Butte's Heritage Cookbook

Filled with recipies from all the major ethnic groups that  came to Butte MT to work in the mines. 

How the Diggers Got Their Name

How the Diggers Got Their Name

Charlie grew up the son of a miner. He was the oldest of six children in a family where integrity and toughness were standard. This is the story of how his character lead him to become the successful oredigger we all know and love. 

More Haunted Montana

More Haunted Montana

Ghost hunter Karen Stevens continues her true haunted stories that take place all over Montana's most historic haunted sites that are all open to the public. 

Only In Butte:Stories Off the Hill

Only In Butte:Stories Off the Hill

This book is a selection of stories from over 300 that have appeared in the Butte Weekly. These stories chronicle the growth and decline of Butte during the best times and the worst times from the 1890s to the 1980s.

Lost: Butte Montana

Lost: Butte Montana

Through the stories of all the historical structuries around Butte, lost to the march of time and urban renewal, Richard Gibson recalls the boom and bust of Butte, Montana which was once a mining metropolis and is now part of the largest National Historic Landmark District.

Images of America: Irish Butte

Images of America: Irish Butte

The Images of America series celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the country. Summoned by the call of the copper mines in Butte, Irish immigrants left a struggling life in search for a better one in the booming city of Butte, Montana.

Then & Now: Butte

Then & Now: Butte

Comparing out present to our past is how we understand our history. This book does a wonderful job of showing Butte's historical structures during its booming hayday as well as what it looks like in present day. 

Our Lady Builds a Statue

Our Lady Builds a Statue

This is a book about the Lady of the Rockies as written by Leroy Lee.

The War of the Copper Kings

The War of the Copper Kings

The jaw-dropping "real" story of the legendary corruption and bribery in Butte, Montana during the rich copper mining ear.

Butte Voices

Butte Voices

Butte Voices: mining, neighborhood, and people. Written by Pat Kearney.

The Montana Campfire Companion

The Montana Campfire Companion

Packed with tips, activities and destinations for any camping and fly fishing enthusiasts planning a trip to Montana or Yellowstone.

Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials

Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials

Whether a skeptic or a believer, this book will inform, entertain, and challenge you to take a closer look at the possibility- even the probability- of UFOs.

Butte's Pride: The Columbia Gardens

Butte's Pride: The Columbia Gardens

This book takes you through the ups and downs of Butte's very own Columia Gardens. The Columbia Gardens was buily by copper king William Clark in 1899. The book tells about the history and contains elegant photographs about the beautiful gardens that uses to be.

Butte's Catholic Family

Butte's Catholic Family

This book takes a look at the Catholic faith and its role in the Butte's history.

Butte Central: The First 100 Years

Butte Central: The First 100 Years

This book celebrates Butte Central's first 100 years in photographs, including its religious foundations, its faculty and its school activities that have made attending Central a rich, rewarding experience. 

Images of America: Butte

Images of America: Butte

The Images of America series celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the country. The massive copper ore deposits underlying Butte earned it the nickname "The Richest Hill on Earth," and Butte was the nation's major supplier of copper the electrify the world.

Images of America: Mining in Butte

Images of America: Mining in Butte

The Images of America series celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the country. The story of Butte is the story of underground mining in the early 1900's. Butte had more thean 100,000 people and 400 mines in operation. 

Montana: Unforgettable

Montana: Unforgettable

Montana:Unforgettable is a collection of photographs of the beautiful state of Montana. 

The Story of Mary MacLane

The Story of Mary MacLane

The Story of Mary MacLane shocked the literacy world when it was published in April 1902. It sold 100,000 copies in the first month. The author was a 19 year old girl from the raw, masculine mining town of Butte, Montana.