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By Roger Dey

Heritage Tourism Council recognizes 'Montana Memory, Re-imagining Delaney Sawmill Teepee Burner" with historic preservation award


Last updated 6/11/2019 at 3:24pm

Roger Dey

Kevin O'Dwyer discusses the images mounted inside the Delaney Mill Teepee Burner that provide a look into the region's logging history at the unveiling of 'Montana Memory: Re-Imagining the Delaney Sawmill TeePee Burner' in October, 2015.

The Lewis and Clark County Heritage Tourism Council honored Kevin O'Dwyer and Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild this week with a 2019 Historic Preservation Award for O'Dwyer's "Montana Memory: Re-Imagining the Delaney Sawmill TeePee Burner."

The TeePee Burner is the last major remnant of the Delaney Sawmill and served as the inspiration for the development of Sculpture in the Wild just...

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