In fact, you could call Kari Swenson a proper belle of Bozeman, the perfect flower of the New West.
But the embattled author did try to defend himself to his hometown newspaper, the Bozeman, Montana, Daily Chronicle.
When not on the road, he teaches in the department of Political Science at Montana State University in Bozeman.
You probably heard of the case, the young woman from Bozeman, Montana, who got kidnapped by Mountain Men.
All of Bozeman and Big Sky, the brave New West, wanted these two scalps, wanted them quick—and quiet.
On our road we passed a half-dozen huts, dignified with the name of Bozeman City.
Here lives a Cincinnatus in retirement, one of the great pioneers of mountain civilization, named Bozeman.
We attended a pretty cotillon in Bozeman last evening and remained overnight at the hotel.
On the 8th a gentleman named Bozeman came to the command and proved up his son to be a minor, thus releasing him from service.
Soon they were on their way back to Yellowstone Station on the Bozeman road.