August 9, 1939: "A 25-mile road construction is on the list, which is largely in dense forest. The road work will also include a number of bridge culverts. About four miles of new telephone line is to be installed to the new lookout tower on Armstrong mountain." (The Spokesman-Review)
July 17, 1943: “Many teachers are employed this summer as fire lookouts in the Colville national forest, according to Chief Ranger Mel Robertson of Nespelem. Miss Bertha Owhi, Nespelem, on Armstrong mountain.” (The Colville Examiner)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - ARMSTRONG LOT PID - TP1131 STATE/COUNTY- WA/OKANOGAN COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - MOSES MOUNTAIN (1994)
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1945 LOCATED ABOUT 7 MI N. AND 5 MI W. OF NESPELEM, ON WHAT IS KNOWN LOCALLY AS ARMSTRONG MOUNTAIN, NEAR SOUTHERN END OF OMAK RIDGE.
TO REACH FROM NESPELEM POST OFFICE, DRIVE NW. ON STATE HWY. 10A 9.3 MI TO COYOTE CREEK C.C.C. CAMP. TURN RIGHT ON DIRT RD. 4.65 MI TO ARMSTRONG LO AND STATION.
STATION MARK--CENTER OF U.S. INDIAN SERVICE STEEL LOT.