This bibliography includes VHS and DVD resources pertaining to Montana women.
Most of the materials are available from the Montana Historical Society. For your convenience, an MHS call number has been provided in parentheses following each bibliographic entry. Where the videos are available online, we have also provided a link.
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Aunt Lena: Cabinet National Forest’s Unsung Heroine. Mona Leeson Vanek, 1997. VHS. (VID 333.75 V288A 1997).
Class C: The Only Game in Town. Justin Lubke and Shasta Grenier.Class C Productions, 2008. Link to streaming video.
Crossing Boundaries: The Story of Sophie Morigeau. Directed by Frank Tyro. 2001. Spokane, WA: Avista Corp and Salish Kootenai College, 2001. DVD & VHS. (DVD 978.681 M825C 2001) (VID 978.681 M825C 2001).
Evelyn Cameron: Pictures from a Worthy Life. Produced by John Twiggs. KUFM-TV/MontanaPBS, 2006. DVD (DVD 978.6 C145 2005). Link to streaming video.
First Ladies of Montana. Norma B. Ashby and KRTV 3, 1996. VHS. (VID 920 AS34F 1996).
Go, Go, Go Jeannette: The Life of Jeannette Rankin, The First Woman in Congress. Nadine Arlyn. Go, Go, Go Jeannette Productions, 2012. DVD. (DVD 978.6 AR53G 2012).
Gravel in Her Gut and Spit in Her Eye. MontanaPBS, 2005. Link to streaming video.
Peace is a Woman’s Job. Produced by Allyson Adams. KUSM/MontanaPBS and Montana State University, Bozeman, 2004.VHS (VID 327.1 AD171P 2004).
Playing for the World. Produced by John Twiggs, KUFM-TV/Montana PBS and the University of Montana, Missoula. Missoula: KUFM, Montana PBS, and University of Montana, 2009. DVD. (DVD 796.323 M762P 2009). Link to streaming video.
A Stack of Black Cats: Glimpses of a Life on the Land. Produced by Lynne Merrick. Montanans for Quality Television, Missoula MT.
Sun River Homestead. Produced by Margaret Carey and MontanaPBS, 2002. Produced in association with ITVS, 2002.
A View of the Past: Jeannette Rankin. Mary Jane Duran. MJBD Prod., 2004. DVD. (DVD 978.6 D931A 2004).
Women, War, and Work: Shaping Space for Productivity in the Shipyards. MontanaPBS, 1994.
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