Glacier National Park The First 100 Years by C. W. Guthrie in partnership with Glacier Natural History Association is an exquisite new book celebrating the Park's 100th anniversary.
The book features more than 200 exquisite landscape and historical photographs, as well as some of the finest artwork of the region and its people, including Charles M. Russell's sun-splashed paintings of Montana scenes, Winold Reiss's extraordinary portraits of the Blackfeet, Monte Dolack's vivid Glacier views, and Mel Ruder's Pulitzer Prize winning photographs.
C. W. Guthrie, author of four other books on Glacier National Park, details the astonishing changes the Park has undergone since its designation in 1910. From the Great Northern Railway's Swiss-style chalets and lodges to the glorious Going-to-the-Sun Road, from the Park's tragic first fatal grizzly attacks to its designation as an International Peace Park, Biosphere Reserve, and World Heritage Site, Glacier National Park has a story unlike any other.
First Place, 2009 Benjamin Franklin Awards, history category.
First Place, 2009 APPL Media and Partnership Award, non-association book category.
Finalist, 2009 ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards, regional category