The logging industry was one of the biggest employers in the Blackfoot Valley through the 20th century, and the Delaney and Sons sawmill, located at Landers Fork, was the largest and most modern sawmill in the area. The mill closed in 1971, and the Tee Pee Burner was relocated to the Sculpture in the Wild International Park in 2014. Blackfoot Pathways created an archival photo collection to tell the visual story of the local logging industry, and placed the black and white archival images inside the Tee Pee Burner.
Through this project, community members and park visitors can learn more about the area’s historic industries. MHF was happy to help Blackfoot Pathways promote a sense of community through historic preservation in Lincoln.