The Flathead River enters the valley through Bad Rock Canyon. Old-timers aver that a Blackfeet war party from the plains surged over the divide years ago seething with ambition to corral a choice assortment of cayuses and maybe a scalp or two . . . — — Map (db m102214) HM
This ingenious 4.5 ton, 8-foot diameter ball was used in 1950 for clearing operations on 6,207 acres in the Hungry Horse Reservoir. Two contractors, S.L. (Red) Wixson, and John H. Trisdale, developed it.
The ball was dragged at the end of . . . — — Map (db m102199) HM
You are at the gateway in the Upper Flathead River which drains Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex (the Bob) and the southeastern corner of British Columbia.
219 miles of the three forks of the Flathead are designated as . . . — — Map (db m102213) HM
Two husky freight horses, Tex and Terry, working in the rugged wilderness of the Flathead River’s South Fork area, wandered away from their sleigh during the severe winter of 1900-1901.
After struggling for a month in belly-deep snow, they were . . . — — Map (db m102201) HM