The Glacier Natural History Association (GNHA), established in 1946, has provided 60 years of educational and interpretive support to the National Park Service.
GNHA is a nonprofit cooperating association of the National Park Service. GNHA helps to support Big Hole National Battlefield’s educational, interpretive, cultural and scientific programming needs with aid generated by bookstore sales. For more information regarding this important partner, please visit the Glacier Natural History Association website at www.glacierassociation.org.
Did You Know?
During the Bear Paw Battle, Colonel Nelson A. Miles placed a 1.65" Hotchkiss gun on the cutbank hill (left of the tree)to shell the Nez Perce and lay siege to their camp area. Hotchkiss shell and fuse fragments were found on this site and are housed at the Blaine County Museum in Chinook, Montana.