On August 3, 2019 the Upper Swan Valley Historical Society Museum held a day-long event honoring the history of Outfitting and Guiding in the Swan Valley. Five outfitters spoke at the event, talking about the early days of outfitting in the area and the importance of that activity to the local economy.
Leonard Moore made his first trip into what would become the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area in September 1926. At 93, he still has an excellent memory of trips taken during the 1930s and 1940s. In addition, he is a noted "cowboy poet."
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Photos by Anne Dahl, Colleen Kesterson/Pathfinder and Sharon Lamar
Celebrating 100 Years of Swan Valley Schools
August 4, 2018
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters (First of Series)
By BETTY VANDERWIELEN, Seeley Swan Pathfinder August 8, 2019
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters - Leonard Moore
August 15, 2019
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters - Pat Tabor
August 22, 2019
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters - Rich Nelson & Sharon Lopau
August 29, 2019
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters - Lloyd Hahn
September 5, 2019
September 12, 2019
Tales of Swan Valley Outfitters - Tom Parker
September 19, 2019
Photos by Anne Dahl and Helene Michael
Photos by Anne Dahl, Steve Lamar, and Helene Michael
Outfitting and Guiding Celebration
August 3, 2019
Celebrate and Support the History and Heritage of the Swan!
August 6, 2016
Pine Ridge School, 1929-30 photo. First row: Warner Lundberg, Russ Maloney, Marjorie Hall, Eunice Wilhelm, Jackie Maloney. Second row: Gyda Monrad, Jean Maloney, Mabel Lundberg, B. Wilhelm, Alleen Armstrong, Ting Wilhelm, Pete H. Jens Monra