Photographing Montana 1894-1928: The Life and Work of Evelyn Cameron

Photographing Montana The Life and Work of Evelyn Cameron Photographing Montana showcases than photographs of Evelyn Cameron s work including vast landscapes range horses cattle roundups farmers fields and the wildlife of the high plains Her vivid i

  • Title: Photographing Montana 1894-1928: The Life and Work of Evelyn Cameron
  • Author: Donna M. Lucey
  • ISBN: 9780878424269
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Photographing Montana showcases than 150 photographs of Evelyn Cameron s work, including vast landscapes, range horses, cattle roundups, farmers fields, and the wildlife of the high plains Her vivid images convey the lonely strength of pioneers and the slow growth of Terry, Montana.

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    • The main feature of this book is its 150 photographs taken by photographer Evelyn Cameron in eastern Montana during the years of its earliest settlement, first by ranchers in the late 19th century and then by streams of homesteaders in the early decades of the 20th century. In the latter regard, it is an excellent companion to Jonathan Raban's "Bad Land." Most amazing is the vast range of photographs, including family portraits, group shots of cowboys, threshers, and sheep shearers, ranch buildi [...]


    • This is an awesome book by Donna Lucey about an amazing female photographer in easter Montana. The book utilized the photos of Evelyn Cameron as well as her daily journals. She was an amazing photographer who documented the life and times of eastern Montana in the early 1900's. An excellent book about an incredible story. Ms. Cameron died in the mid 1920's. But, most of her work was unknown until Donna Lucey was doing some research in the 1990's. Check out the Montana Historical Society to see m [...]


    • My family emigrated to Montana around this time. There are no photos of them as far as I know and no diaries. I love this book not only because Evelyn Cameron and her husband Ewan seem like the most amazing couple but because it gives me a glimpse of life in rural Montana In the early 1900's. We always think of pioneer settler stories as being very grim but you can see the life and humor of the locals in her photos. This is one of my favorite books of all time.


    • There are 170 photographs created by Evelyn Cameron shown in the book as well as the author's compilation from journals of Evelyn Cameron. Enlightened me about eastern Montana life during that time period and the positive attitudes and knowledge of one British woman who chose to live in Montana with her husband. Wonderful read!


    • Evelyn Cameron was an amazing woman. I don't know what surprises me more - that so many people are unfamiliar with her work or that she managed to do so many amazing things. Thank goodness her work - both photographs and journals - was saved, rediscovered and made public.


    • A fascinating and moving book of photographs by Evelyn Cameron. The accompanying text does a good job of using her diaries, correspondence, and other papers to describe her life in England and Montana.



    • This is a story of one very hard working, ambitious woman. It also includes her diary entries. I just couldn't put it down.



    • The details of this book are incredible. I felt like I was there. Having great photographs has that effect, but the narrative was fascinating. Enjoyed very much.



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