Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Betty Vanderwielen

Double Arrow Property

Part II - Homestead Cabin


Provided by Jack Rich

This photo was taken in 1970 of the Homestead Cabin. This was before the cabin was relocated to its current location at the east end of the meadow which used to be called Easy Acres. Note the copse of poplar trees behind the cabin.

SEELEY LAKE - Part I of this two-part article posited a time between 1935 – 1940 when Burt and Dagmar Sperry may have lived in the Homestead Cabin now belonging to the Double Arrow Ranch Landowners Association (DARLOA). But it is almost certain the cabin was built earlier than that time period. Exactly when is hard to establish, though DARLOA resident George Frasca estimates the age at 110 years based on word-of-mouth information he was given by Seeley Lake residents who have since passed away.

According to the literature placing the Double Arrow Lodge on the National Register of Histor...

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