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Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is a merger of [[Canada|Canada's]] [[Waterton Lakes National Park]] and [[United States of America|America's]] [[Glacier National Park]].
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park [] has been separated into two articles:
[[Image:St_Mary_Lake.jpg|thumb|300px|St. Mary Lake, Glacier National Park.]]
*[[Glacier National Park]], Montana, USA
*[[Waterton Lakes National Park]], Alberta, Canada
Glacier National Park was created on May 11, 1910 by an act of Congress, but did not become a tourist destination until James J. Hill's Great Northern Railway began advertising Glacier National Park as a destination. Hill's advertising suggested that Americans see Glacier National Park before travelling abroad. The campaign worked and two rail stations were used to bring train loads of tourists to the park.
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In 1932 Canada's [[Waterton Lakes National Park| Waterton Lakes National Park]] and the America's Glacier National Park were united to create Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
[[Wikipedia:Waterton Glacier International Peace Park]]
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Latest revision as of 23:07, 17 January 2011

Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park [1] has been separated into two articles:

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