Montana Disasters by Butch Larcombe
- Size: 6" inches by 8.9" inches
- 272 pages
The nature of Montana is breathtakingly beautiful but with that comes the not so beautiful side of nature. Montana Disasters by Butch Larcombe chronicles explosions, fires, floods, earthquakes, avalanches, along with human made tragedies like train wrecks, airplane crashes and more. Through complex research, in-person interviews, and more than 100 historical photographs, Montana Disasters brings to life the true Montana stories full of heart-wrenching tragedies and heroic triumphs.
Butch Larcombe is a fourth-generation Montanan and long-time journalist. He worked for more than thirty years as a reporter and editor for Montana newspapers and at Montana Magazine. His passion for history translates onto the pages of Montana Disasters as he honors the stories of those who cam before us. If you are looking for a book full of page turning events, this Montana history book will do just that.