Q&A: Justice Mark Dillon

, New York Law Journal


The Second Department justice had not been a western history buff before a family trip to Montana. But he was intrigued by monuments and exhibits he saw on the once lawless frontier territory, an interest that eventually led to the publication of his first book, "The Montana Vigilantes: 1863-1870: Gold, Guns, and Gallows."

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    I have a first-hand account of vigilante justice in Benton during the period written by my great, great grandfather. Will try to reach Mark Dillon through Jeff Storey. I Just finished typing the manuscript. Looking forward to reading your book.

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