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A Legacy of Nursing Education
Montana State University College of Nursing, 1965-2012

This book traces the history of the College of Nursing at Montana State University from the mid 1960s to the present within the context of national professional trends and developments. During those years the school became the College of Nursing, upper division campuses were opened in Missoula, Kalispell, and Bozeman, and the graduate program grew dramatically. The research mission became stronger with faculty and clinical partners expanded resulting in stronger community and state relationships. Throughout these years of rapid change and growth, the College remained true to its mission "to enhance the health of the people of Montana, or nation, and the global community by providing leadership for professional nursing through excellence in education, research, practice, and service."

000010263
Price: $5.00

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Garage Band Theory by Duke Sharp, Paperback
This is non Academic, practical, useful theory for living-room pickers and working musicians who want to be able to think coherently about music in order to ask questions and understand answers about the music they want to play.

The stuff in GBT is about understanding The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Cole Porter and Duke Ellington, The Grateful Dead and Vampire Weekend.

It's NOT about analyzing Bach Fugues.

It was written for the 99% of musicians who are NOT music majors by a incorrigible honky-tonk guitar player who plays by ear ... but understands the relevant vocabulary and what's sensible and useful for MOST players.

097664200
Price: $49.95

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Roadside Geology of Montana
The Roadside Geology of Montana is a completely new book, not a revision of the old Roadside Geology of the Northern Rockies. It provides new interpretations of the Rocky Mountains based on modern theories of Plate Tectonics, and includes detailed geologic maps drawn from the latest compilations. Although obviously authoritative, the text is written in plain English that any reader will find easy to understand. Profusely illustrated with maps, cross-sections, diagrams, and photographs.
087842202
Price: $9.99

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We Don't Make This Stuff Up, Updated Second Edition
The VERY BEST of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle Police Reports
000010018
Price: $10.00

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