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Later promoters tried to extend the line northward to tap the rich markets of Montana, but the Panic of 1873 halted these attempts. Only when Jay Gould of the Union Pacific stepped in and negotiated control of the line did the narrow-gauge finally push through Idaho and into Montana. Prior to this, Corinne and Franklin engaged in competition for the Montana trade, with Corinne coming out the unexpected victor until 1878, when the railroad pushed past Franklin and Corinne expired as a freight transfer point and a Gentile town.
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, Salt Lake City, Ut. Huntington Library, Pasadena, Ca. Idaho State University Archives, Pocatello, Idaho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Historical Department, Salt Lake City, Ut. Marriott Library, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Ut. Montana State Historical Society, Helena, Mont. Montana State University Library, Bozeman, Mont. C. Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City, Ut. S. C. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles, Ca. Page 1 1 The Trail to Beaverhead The first miners to pan gold on Grasshopper Creek in the mountains of western Montana in 1862 soon realized how far their new home was removed from any base of supply.
Scarcity of this precious commodity led to riots in the camps one year and encouraged freighters to deliver immense stocks through 1869 in an effort to corner profits in the fluctuating Montana marketsthough many frequently lost as well as gained from rapidly changing prices. Other companies mined profits on the trail by transporting passengers to the new towns of western Montana. Jack Oliver's Bannack City Express provided a primitive means of travel for the first two years of settlement until Ben Holladay drove him out of business in 1864.