The Real West: Farming and Ranching Families of the Yellowstone River Valley: Excerpts of oral histories and copies of family snapshots from farming and ranching families who settled in the Yellowstone River Valley prior to World War II.  The selection of fifty-two quotes and photographs for this traveling exhibit derive from an oral history project of the Western Heritage Center, of Billings, Montana.   The people interviewed include Gil Aller of Big Timber (a dude ranch operator), C.R.Bokma of Columbus (a cattle rancher), Joe Medicine Crow of Lodge Grass (a Crow historian), William and Ruth Kebschull of Boyd (dryland farmers), Claribel Bonine of Hysham (a ranch homemaker), Red Killen of Miles City (a sheep rancher), and Santos Carranza of Sidney (a sugar beet farmer).   A video, presenting live oral history interviews with three of the participants, is  included with the exhibit.  The research and production of this Western Heritage Center traveling exhibit was made possible by a grant from the Montana Cultural Trust.