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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, October 12, 1919, Image 48

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Courtesy of Mr. L. W. Hill, President Great Northern Railway
Number Eleven of the
Tribune Series of the Greatest Scenic Wonders of America
Glacier National Park, Mount Jackson
C^ RtAXTIC glaciers of the long ago, descending from the Divide, torrents rollick away through majestic forested valleys all abloom with wild
~J sculptured these wonderful Montana Rockies of Glacier National flowers. Over all the region the Blackfeet, who were once its owners, have
Park. From these glaciers mighty cataracts tumble to feed scores upon scores woven a mantle of Indian romance. This region was not visited by white
of lovely green hikes in the mountains. From these lakes sparkling mountain men until 1<^5.'{. It was made a national park by Act of Congress in 1910.

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