Hungry Horse Dam

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Hungry Horse Dam,

564 ft (172 m) high and 2,115 ft (645 m) long, NW Mont. on the southern fork of the Flathead River. A major unit in the development program for the Columbia River basin, it was built (1948–53) to provide hydroelectric power, flood control, and irrigation. Hungry Horse Reservoir, formed by the dam, extends c.35 mi (55 km) upstream.
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CFAC opened in 1955 as the primary customer of hydroelectricity produced at Hungry Horse Dam, just up the Flathead River.
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