Henry H. Nelson House
Vandalia, Montana - Pen and Ink - 2004
“Vandalia is located on the Milk River between Glasgow and Saco near the site of an old trading post called Campbell’s Houses or Hammett’s Houses. It’s post office opened in 1904 with Henry H. Nelson as postmaster, who had already established his ranch in the area. His nearby house was unique in the region, it was built of huge cottonwood logs and patterned after manor houses in the Nelson’s native Denmark. It took from 1898 to 1902 to complete the structure because each log had to be peeled and seasoned”.
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