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Clements Mountain rises above a flowering meadow at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. The mountain was named for Walter M. Clements, who helped negotiate the treaty with the Blackfeet which enabled the Federal Government to purchase the land that includes all of what is now Glacier National Park east of the Continental Divide.
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Clements Mountain rises above a flowering meadow at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. The mountain was named for Walter M. Clements, who helped negotiate the treaty with the Blackfeet which enabled the Federal Government to purchase the land that includes all of what is now Glacier National Park east of the Continental Divide.