Northwest Montana to Host Preservation Conference

By | May 12, 2018

The Flathead Beacon reports that Northwest Montana is home to a rich and diverse history: from Native American tribes that first lived here centuries ago to massive projects like the Hungry Horse Dam that helped power the post-war prosperity of the United States.

Many of those stories will be on full display next month during the Montana Preservation Alliance Road Show from June 13 to 16. The annual conference lets locals and visitors explore the state’s history through various lectures and tours by leading historians. A highlight of this year’s program will be a presentation by Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow on the past, present and future of the Sperry Chalet, which burned down last summer in a wildfire.

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