Stan Nicholson recalls looking for property, building a cabin, and moving with his wife, Colleen, to their home on the Double Arrow Ranch at Seeley Lake, Montana, in 1990. He describes the sense of “rootedness” that he feels to the area, due in part to the process of building his house with the help of family and friends, as well as participating in various community improvement projects, such as the Clearwater Resource Council [CRC], the Swan Ecosystem Center [SEC], and the Seeley Lake Community Foundation. Nicholson discusses the changes that he has seen to the valley and its growing community in the past 16 years, and how Seeley Lake’s active and diverse community makes it unique.
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (19 p.: 28 cm.)
Nicholson, Stan and Nicholson, Colleen, "Stan Nicholson and Colleen Nicholson Interview, October 19, 2006" (2006). Upper Swan Valley Oral History Project. 66.