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Stars over Montana; a centennial celebration of the men who shaped Glacier National Park.

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Stars over Montana; a centennial celebration of the men who shaped Glacier National Park.

Hanna, Warren L.

TwoDot

2009

242 pages

$16.95

Paperback

F737

This 1988 guide to Montana's Glacier National Park and the individuals associated with its discovery and exploration has been reprinted to commemorate the park's 100th anniversary in 2010. Hanna, an author who studied the history and ecology of the park for many years, bequeathed this book to the Glacier Association just before his death. He provides profiles of missionaries, cowboys, traders, Native Americans and other noted historical figures for the benefit of general audiences who want to learn more about the history of Montana and the Northern Rockies.

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