National Geographic : 1935 May
SNational Geographic Society ., Finlay Photograph by B.Anthony Stewart BIGELOW MOUNTAIN WAS NAMED FOR A MAJOR ON ARNOLD'S STAFF WHO CLIMBED ITTO SPY UPON QUEBEC! The St. Lawrence stronghold was 125 miles away, however, and the officer rejoined his commander none the wiser for his arduous assignment. From this brilliantly flowered bed of orange hawkweed, bane of the farmer, a colorful panorama spreads across the broad valley toCranberry Peak (right center), six miles away. At the other end of the range (left) is the highest peak-4,150 feet. Between, The Horns push their points into clouds.