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Stevensville, population 1,550, sits on the site of the state’s first non–Native American settlement, St. Mary’s Mission, a restored treasure that dates back to 1841. Nearby Fort Owen is a partially restored 1850s trading post. The town itself is named for General Isaac Stevens, who was in charge of the Northwest Territory’s military posts and Native American affairs. Today it’s
a mix of beautiful old homes and haphazard modern construction in a lush valley.
The Bob Marshall, Scapegoat, and Great Bear wilderness areas take up 1.5 million rugged, roadless, remote acres within the Flathead National...