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Forest gives painful lessons
Jan. 29, 2015 in Features on Page C1 In the summer of 1910, the forest burned. The conflagration raged in Idaho, Western Montana and parts of northeastern Washington. It wiped entire towns off the map, torched a good … 32
Great Burn Wilderness remains subject of debate
Aug. 21, 2010 in Idaho, Outdoors on Page A1 The 1910 fires – and significant wildfires that followed into the 1930s – had a devastating hand in bestowing rugged portions of the Bitterroot Mountains with new life.