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Clip #: TFA-208A
Library: TFA Network
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: National Parks
1930s, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada, Glacier National Park, Montana, United States, Glacier Park Station, park map, Blackfeet Native Americans in traditional clothing and headdresses performing dances outside tipis, Native Americans playing drum, Native American child performing dance, Native American men and women communicating in sign language, bridge on road to Two Medicine Lake, Trick Falls, sunshine on Two Medicine Lake and Mt. Rockwell, timid ground squirrel, women seated on railing looking at Two Medicine Lake and Mt. Rockwell view and waving to boat, people taking boat ride on lake, boat arriving at pier, people disembarking boat onto pier, Twin Falls above upper Two Medicine Lake, woman looking at waterfall, bird near falls, Mt. Wilbur, Mt. Grinnell, and Mt. Gould towering above Swift Current Lake and Many Glacier Hotel, man standing on rock fishing into rushing water, man standing in still water fishing, men loading food and supplies onto pack horses, men on horseback leading pack horses on trail up to mountain camp and chalets, guides leading visitors riding horses to Grinnell Glacier, trail ride, Rocky Mountain Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, people looking at Grinnell Lake, Rocky Mountain Goat on cliff, Grinnell Glacier, guide pointing out crack in glacier to man, water rushing near ice, park ranger escorting people on hike through park, man examining tree branch, people walking across bridge, ants coming out of crack in tree trunk, people on horseback traveling across bridge over waterfall, people on horseback and on foot traveling on park path
The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is the name of the union of the Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada and the Glacier National Park in the United States. Both parks are declared Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO and their union as a World Heritage Site.
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