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Nature is cheap therapy!

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Two painted Blackfeet lodges were erected this afternoon outside the St Mary Visitor Center. They will be used for interpretive programs and astronomy story telling. Special thanks to Kevin and Albert. This project is funded through the Glacier National Park Conservancy.

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The Big Medicine taxidermy mount was dedicated at the Montana Historical Society #otd in 1961. The extremely rare white bison was born May 3,1933 on the National Bison Range on the Flathead Indian Reservation. His birth was an achievement of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' efforts to recover a population of bison for their reservation. Named in recognition of the sacred power attributed to white bison, "Big Medicine" held great significance for the people of Montana, both Native American and non-Indian. For this reason, in the early 1950s the Montana Historical Society made arrangements to ensure that, upon his death, Big Medicine would be moved to the state's museum and permanently preserved for future generations. Many people still stop up to view and share stories of visiting Big Medicine at the National Bison Range. Let us know if you remember seeing him! Big Medicine. Museum photo collection X1961 24 01.

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