Comments on: The Poacher and the Bootleg Lady http://parkadvocate.org/the-poacher-and-the-bootleg-lady-how-funding-national-parks-preserves-amazing-stories/ News and views of the National Parks Conservation Association Fri, 14 Nov 2014 14:56:23 +0000 hourly 1 By: sharon http://parkadvocate.org/the-poacher-and-the-bootleg-lady-how-funding-national-parks-preserves-amazing-stories/#comment-135 Fri, 03 Aug 2012 13:04:18 +0000 http://www.parkadvocate.org/?p=1059#comment-135 keeping our parks available to our generations is so important to me our parks are were we teach our children there heritage

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By: Roger http://parkadvocate.org/the-poacher-and-the-bootleg-lady-how-funding-national-parks-preserves-amazing-stories/#comment-134 Thu, 02 Aug 2012 13:58:44 +0000 http://www.parkadvocate.org/?p=1059#comment-134 I just read your article on Daniel and Josephine Doody. In it you said Daniel died in 1919, but he is still listed in the 1920 census as follows:
Doody, Daniel, head, age 62, born in Canada, father in Ireland, mother in New Foundland, occupation – Guide Glacier National Park
Doody, Josephine, wife, age 66, born in Georgia, father in Georgia, mother in Iowa
It shows that they were living at the Doody Siding.
The Montana Death Index shows that Daniel died 17 January 1921 in Flathead County at age 63, and Josephine died 16 January 1936 in Kalispell County at age 82.
Roger

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