Destroyed Cabins Welcomed Generations to Glacier Park

By | August 18, 2018

Flathead Beacon has an article that begins…

When the main cabin at Kelly’s Camp was built around 1910 on the shore of Lake McDonald, William Howard Taft was president, the RMS Titanic was still under construction in Belfast, England and Glacier National Park was the newest federal preserve in the nation.

More than a century of history was destroyed on Aug. 12, when the Howe Ridge Fire exploded into a 2,500-acre inferno, destroying a number of private homes and historic cabins along Lake McDonald, including several at the Kelly’s Camp Historic District.

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