Founded in 1910 as the United State's tenth national Park, Glacier National Park is located in northwest Montana. It is well-known for its great natural beauty, particularly glaciers, lakes, mountains, wildlife, and scenic vistas.
The collection contains a selection of materials produced by and about Glacier National Park. Most the materials relate to the early history of the Park and to attempts to record that history. There are also materials that relate to land holdings, permits, employees, mining claims, predatory animals (including coyotes and wolves) and other wildlife.
Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright not transferred to the University of Montana.
[Name of document or photograph number], Glacier National Park Collection , Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.
|1||History of Glacier National Park With Particular Emphasis on
the Northern Developments
Ralph L. Beals
|1||Parks, Reservations, and
Legislation creating park, history, materials regarding the death of George B. Grinnell
|1||A National Park in its Formative Stages
|1||How Glacier Park was Made
Morton J. Elrod
|1||C.J. Delano (wagon road)||1911|
|1||Permits: residence sites, timber, St. Mary-Many Glacier road||undated|
|1||Private holdings (U.S. Land Office)||1910|
|1||Employment of packers, guides, etc.||1911|
|1||Senator Walsh bills to eliminate private lands in park||undated|