Announcing Two Fellowships in Montana History
Posted by Hal Neumann (+9965) 13 years ago
Courtesy of Jeff Malcomson at MHS
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The Montana Historical Society Research Center is accepting applications for two fellowships supporting Montana history. Applications for each must be postmarked by March 1, 2009.

The James F. Bradley Fellowship is offered to graduate students, faculty, and/or independent scholars pursuing research on Montana History. The Fellowship stipend is $2,500 and a residency is required.

New this year is the Dave Walter Research Fellowship which is intended to encourage the study of local history in Montana, and honor a beloved colleague. This fellowship will be awarded to a resident of Montana conducting local history research in its broadest sense. Research could be for any project related to exploring local history; including exhibit development, walking tours, oral history projects, building history/preservation, county or town histories, archaeological research, etc. Fellowship awards of $1,250 each will be given to two researchers.

For more detailed info on these fellowships please go to If you have any questions please contact Brian Shovers, Library Manager, at bshovers @, or 406-444-7415.

Remember, the deadline for mailing applications is quickly approaching: March 1, 2009.

Jeff Malcomson
Montana Historical Society Research Center
Mhslibrary @