The present-day general store is the latest incarnation of a historic lodge, built in 1913 before there were roads into the park's interior.
To promote Glacier to adventurous tourists in the early 1900s, the Great Northern Railway built a . . . — — Map (db m128468) HM
Women, and especially club women, played outsized roles in creating and maintaining the community institutions - churches, schools, and libraries - that they and their families valued. Providing an outlet for women to exercise their leadership . . . — — Map (db m161119) HM
One of the most impressive geologic features in Montana is the mountainside north of you. Notice the prominent layer of white limestone half way up the mountainside. The rocks above this layer were deposited more than 50 miles southwest of here and . . . — — Map (db m161417) HM
A Glacier Tradition
National parks often seem timeless and are valued for the continuity of experience they offer to generations of visitors. At Glacier National Park, the past and future come together through a fleet of historic buses, . . . — — Map (db m45054) HM
Arriving at East Glacier depot, tourist in the 1920s could gaze at the glaciated peaks looming beyond their first night's lodging. The hotel appeared to be their last taste of civilization before riding horseback into the primitive backcountry of . . . — — Map (db m45055) HM