Where no contemporaneous printed accounts could be found, the editors have been compelled to rely upon the testimony of pioneer settlers who took part in the events which they relate. From a literary standpoint, it is a most interesting narrative; in our judgment, also, it is accurate, impartial, and reliable, and as a standard history of the county we give it our unqualified endorsement. Bertram W 273 Tellier, Isaac 287 Testerman, William A 248 Thain, John 183 Thatcher, William 368 Thomas, Charles D 294 Thomas, John W 370 Thompson, Clara J 346 Thompson, Joseph A 229 Thompson, S. James 326 Tyler, James S 32S Underwood, George W 249 Unzicker, John S 190 Utt, John H 234 Utt, Rufus W 354 Vadney, Emanuel 197 Vaver, Alexander H 2 no Vollmer, John P 137 Waide, William C 27r Walker, Charles 1 2 S6 Waim. Beeman, Rufus II 256 Benson, Charles D 304 Benson, Mrs. William M 272 Fansler, Jesse H 272 Faunce, Chales E 336 Gage, William II 304 Gage, Mrs William H 304 Goldsmith, . G 35- Jacks, Benjamin F 264 Johnson, William F 160 Johnson, Mrs. Smith 152 Xorthcutt, Edward J 176 PAGE Powell, John LI 312 Puntenney, Charles S 320 Ratcliffe, William E 24S Schultz, Joseph A 232 Sears, Fred B 248 Squier, Hazen 368 Stellmon, George W 191 Stevens, De Witt 320 Stevens, George G 320 Stevenson, William 24S Tefft, Bertram W 272 Tefft, Mrs. Manuel C 459 Morrison, Joseph T 49 1 Morton, Lucius L 549 Moughmer, George W 484 Kevin, John '. John J 557 Putnam, George E 470 Ready, Peter H 564 Remington. Wintield S 576 Rhett, Walter S 573 Rhoades, Alonzo Z 49? William H 568 Simpson, Lewis M 538 Slayton, George W 541 Smith, Edward C 469 Smith, George D 499 Smith, Henry T 500 Smith, Peter 575 Sorrow, Joseph 535 Southard, Harry 542 Springer, Francis D 486 Stevenson. Joseph W 544 Eckert, Jacob L 552 Elfers, Henry J 45 I Galloway, Thomas B 544 Goldstone, Samuel 528 Gould, Norman 47§ PAGE Gould, Mrs. Almarine A 7'4 Anderson, George W 699 Anderson, John A 694 Anderson, John 1 7 11 Anderson, Martin 682 Anderson, Thorn 676 Atchison, Edward P 72S Barton, Robert H 636 Bartroft". We do not usually realize how soon after the time of Columbus there began to be attempts to reach the western ocean and solve the mystery of the various passages, northwest, southwest, and west, which were supposed to lead through the Americas to Asia. Had he been allowed to con- tinue his labors with the tribe, undisturbed by sec- tarian and anti-religious influences, he would have effected great good, and the tribe been now admitted as citizens of the United States. Such is a general plan of the place, but it is hardly possible to convey in words a picture of the impressive grandeur of the scene.

single parent dating fenn idaho-56

9.6 1X6 ll3 r GENEALOGY COLLECTION 3 1833 01149 7689 AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY NORTH IDAHO EMBRACING WL PERCES, IDAHO, LATAH, KOOTENAI » SHOSHONE COUNTIES STATE OF IDAHO v^ Western Historical Publishing Company 1G03 r* 1139138 DEDICATED TO THE PIONEERS OF NORTH IDAHO THE BRAVE MEN AND DEVOTED WOMEN THOSE WHO HAVE GONE AND THOSE WHO REMAIN PREFATORY. We have read the manuscript narrative of these events and it has our unqualified endorsement as a literary work of real merit. Andrew M 149 1, Henry 341 Johnson, Miles S 266 Johnson, Oliver : 143 Johnson. A 204 Kemper, Frank A 298 Kern, Willie E 141 Killinger, John W 255 King, Thomas D 143 King, William H 349 Kinsman, Harrv D 230 Kirby Philip R 183 Kn-li N . Charles W 363 I.ivengood, John 169 Lockridge, Samuel 149 Lough, Isaac N 343 Lough, John T 355 Lowary, Samuel E 361 Lowry, David FI 292 Lucas, Ezekiel 213 Lucas, Lee 236 Lydon, James R 269 Mabbott, Ernest C wo Mabbott, Thomas J. : 470 Deardorff, Everett G 470 Deasy, John 535 De Haven, James 502 De Partee, Roy 55S Dillinger, Samson 550 Dixon, Jesse M 488 Doss, John C 490 Doumecq, John 524 Duncan. Charles W 480 Dunn, Joseph W 545 Durant, Magnus J 497 Eckert, Tacob L 552 Eckland. As a writer or correspondent he was bold, and rather eloquent, giving overdrawn life sketches of passing events. mountain and drops the weary traveler finally at the approaches to the wire bridge.

For months the editorial force of the company has been searching with zeal and avidity for everything which could possibly throw light upon the past and present of Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai and Shoshone counties. E Mc Carty, Alva T 220 Mc Coy, Mason S 196 Mc Cutehen, Alexander 316 Mc Fadden, James W 276 Mc Gee, John M 383 Mclntyre, Thomas C 180 Mc Kenna, Tohn 17S Mc Willis, Lonzo 226 Meek, Courtney W 322 Meek, Joseph L 168 Meek, Joseph L., Jr 155 Menges, Charles A 242 Merritt. Charles C 283 Miller, Alexander 293 Miller, Alfred E 201 Miller, Christopher C 315 Miller. Smith 152 Mowry, Jacob H 290 Moxley, Thomas C 207 Mucken, George 172 Mustoe, Albert 3S3 Mustoe, Henry 385 Mustoe, Lewis W 281 Mustoe, William 189 Nellsen, John 150 Nellsen, Simon 155 Nelson, Commodore B 267 Nelson, Frank 222 Nelson, Horace W 265 Nelsi 'ii. Oscar 378 Newdiard, Charles C 159 Newhard, Charles C Jr 162 Nichols, Elmer D 209 Northeutt, Edward J 176 Norton; Cyrus 157 Nosbisch, Jacob 358 Nugent, Owen 376 Nye, Michael N 307 Oderkirk. Emerson T 199 Rosse, Theophilus F 204 Rowe, Lee J 334 Ruchert, Fred 274 Ruddell, George H 230 Ruddell, William L 228 Rupe, Smith 377 Sampson, Charles C 330 Sanders, Lewis 263 Sanford, John L 317 Saunders, Charles C 202 Schaefer, Jacob 244 Schattner, Louis D 270 Schildman, Henry H 141 Schluetcr, Theodore 17^ Schnebly, William E 268 Schultz, Joseph A 232 Schwartz, Charles 158 Scott, Tsaac 215 Scott, James R 190 Sears, Fred B 249 Setlow, Andrew 3S2 Shaffer, Joseph E 313 Sharp, Manley 1 186 Shaw, James 188 Shawley, William F 313 Shelburrt, Hardy W 252 Sheppard, Charles J 329 Shortlidge, Allen J 375 Simmons, John B 310 Simmons, Joseph S 300 Simmons, Lewis A 314 Simmons, William H 369 Skelton, Arthur 275 Skinner, William II 266 Skow, Nels P : 282 Small, Ira [89 Smith, George A 200 Smith, Hilbert B 2S0 Smith, Phillip S 139 Smith. Fred 5^ Dallas, Green W 462 Davis, Fred A 323 Davis. Isaac M 546 Irwin, Richard L 554 Jarrett, Mark V 544 Johnson, Ed 496 Johnson, Hannibal F 566 Johnson, John T 548 Jones, Robert H 494 Jones, Seth 546 Keefer, Christopher F 501 Keith. Francis M 1072 Schill, Charles 1152 Schue, Peter 1 1 12 Skonnord, Bernt O 1152 Steadman. For instance to induce the natives to work and cultivate their lands, he had Mrs. De- scending, we note that the shelving sides of the canyon meet at" the bottom until they inclose the turbulent waters of this dangerous stream.

This is for a discussion about Where Warm Waters Halt.

We’ve all got ideas that didn’t work out or we are willing to share…I think we can give folks just starting out some ideas for the kinds of places that might just be the place Where Warm Waters Halt…or not!

How can society reduce the number of teen pregnancies?

Most importantly, what can parents do to prevent their children from becoming teen parents?

The accuracy and com- Efela pleteness of such a work depend not alone on the conscientiousness and care of the compilers, but more especially upon the amount and quality of the materials which happen to have been pre- served. George A 262 Markwell, Charles A 291 Mathison, Chris 159 Marker, James 243 Markham, Samuel J 339 Marshall, Abraham J 331 Marshall. William B 193 Maynard, Frank, Jr 342 Maynard, Thaddeus T 177 Mays, Lee 253 PA' . Charles W 299 Mounce, Eben 265 Mounce, Jasper N 346 Mounce, J. George W 227 Pollock, Alaxander 319 Pomeroy, Francis F 325 Pomeroy, John F 327 Pool, Solomon J 370 Porter, Hugh 341 Porter, Samuel 364 Potter, David W 260 Potter, Lattin L 178 Powell, John H 312 Powers, John F 271 Preisinger, Ferdinand B 235 Pribhle, G. B 169 Puntenney, Charles S 322 Rainville, Joseph 229 Ramev. N 147 Ratcliffe, William E 250 Rawnsley, Joseph 310 Reese, William B 275 Reeves, Enoch S 365 Renshaw, Robert H 326 Reynold, Thomas F 386 Richardson, Aaron J 222 Richardson, Amos K 158 Richardson, Caleb W 219 Richardson, George L 223 Riggers, Henry 373 Riley, William J 166 Robbins, Andrew E 169 Roberts, George A 367 Robnett, Jennie INI 262 Rogers, Alvah T 359 Rogers, Frederic S 179 Rogers, Henry J 306 Rogers, Reuben 384 Root. Adkison, John R 507 Adsley, Elijah 557 Ailshe, James F 550 Alkire, George S 538 Aram, Tames H . Charles M 464 Canfield, Oscar F 486 Carlson, Andrew J 525 Carothers, Thomas II 556 Carver, Amos 552 Casady, William H 516 Cast L. George A 49S Craig, Stonewall J 470 Cramiilit, John T 466 Cramer, Silas M 487 Crea, John W 497 Crosby, Burt L 5^0 Curtis, A. W 509 Goldstone, Samuel 52S Gould, Norman 478 Gregory, Charles S 516 Greving, Henry A 484 Guseman, James S 464 Hadorn, John 560 Hale, John T 486 Hall, John C 579 Hall, William A 511 Hansen, Andrew 571 Hanson, John A 519 Harris William H 532 Hartman, Richard H 57G Hattabaugh, Isaac C 525 Hawk, Frank M 451 Hawley, George V 483 Haydiii, Patrick E 485 Henley, Richard B 475 Hickerson, Walter 504 Himmelspak, Joseph 453 Hoffman, Loran D 468 Hogan, Frank 526 Hogan, William 562 1 [olbrook, Jacob E 467 Hol Jenbeak, John T 559 Holt, Charles E 553 Howe, Mark 508 Irwin. Xordquist, John H 1072 Pascoe, Richard H 1 120 Peterson, Gus 1 1 12 Reed, Thomas B 1 146 Reeves, Charles H 1088 Richardson, Harry M 1 1 12 Saling, Francis M 1072 Saling, Mrs. In his labors for the Indians he was zealous and persevering, and in his instructions wholly practical. Far below yawns the black gorge through which the river runs, dwarfed from our point of view to a mere silver thread.

ije=3jj N offering this volume to the public, its publishers can hardly hope that it will in all respects meet H H the approval of those whose golden opinions are so ardently desired. In the treatment of the subject it is impartial, accurate and re- liable, and is a standard history of Latah County from the date of its settlement to the present time. Philip 241 Johnson, Silas 225 Johnson, Stephen 332 Johnson, William F 161 Johnson, Wyley T 259 Johnson, Zephaniah A 224 Johnston. Frank W 196 June, Peter 306 Kachelmeir, Alois .225 Kammers, Adam 286 Keenev. Thomas 344 Knowlton, Lafayette 197 Kouni, Michael 383 Kroutinger, Alfred W 271 Lacey, Pearl C 359 La Dow, Thomas H 298 Lambert, James 239 Larkee, John C 158 Larson, August 223 Larson, Charles 295 Leach, Eli A 318 Leachman, John F 21S Le Baron, William 337 Lee, Harold L 303 Leeper, Charles A 257 Leeper, Clarence E 354 Leggett. S 288 Mael, Amos .' 351 Malmoe, Martin B 234 Manning, Fred M 214 Manning. Samuel K 179 Mills, Arthur J 176 M inert, Frederick M 37S Misner, Arthur E 214 Mockler, Thomas M 233 Morgan Henry A 167 Morris, Charles E 173 Morris, John B 257 Morris, Mason l8r Morse, Samuel S 303 Moser, Robert E 35S Mote. PAGE Phinney, Samuel 332 Picart, Alexis 380 Pliter. Peter 505 Austin, Jesse G 468 Bales, Thomas XV 494 Hartley, A. Orren 518 Bernthal, Frederic 503 Bernthal, John M 503 Bibb, Robert M 544 Bishop, Alfred II 570 Bowman, William W 529 Brackett, Charles D 466 Brady, Hugh 501 Briggs, Phcenix R 571 Brockenour, Peter 538 Brown, Benjamin P 463 Brown, Charles F 563 Brown, Charles F 504 Brown, Frank 579 Brown, Loval P S74 Brown, Rollin C 560 Brown, Walter L 4/5 PAGE Brown, William G .• 543 Bruner, Lewis A 531 Buchannon, James si/ Burgdorf, Fred C 575 Butcher, Eben W 540 Calder, Henry R 472 Campbell. Wellington M 477 Clay, Hershel H 554 Cone, Charles P 549 Conklin, George N 457 Coon, Abram ;;_' Cooper, Richard P 546 Coram, William 493 Corbett, Paul F 481 Cowgill. Telon E 518 Lifers, Henry J 451 Filers, Henry J., Jr 535 Eller, Joseph M 482 Evans, Oscar M 461 Farmer. PAGE Ferree, James E 490 Fitzgerald, Edmond 547 Flynn, Charles 471 Fockler, Joshua S 527 Forsmann, John B 531 Foster, Albert D 579 Gage, Marcus E 555 Callaway, Albert 469 Callaway, George M 510 Gallaway, Sherman S 47 2 Gal la way, Thomas B 544 Garber, Jacob C 510 Gee, Everett 509 Getty, George R 541 Gill, Toseph G 515 Girton, T. His moral influence was injured by strong symptoms of passion when pro- voked or excited. From the summit of the huge spur down which the trail winds, one can look for miles and miles over a sea of mountain and ra- vine, of ragged precipices and stony heights, of barren wastes and pine-crested slopes.

Help us reach our goal of raising

Most importantly, what can parents do to prevent their children from becoming teen parents? The accuracy and com- Efela pleteness of such a work depend not alone on the conscientiousness and care of the compilers, but more especially upon the amount and quality of the materials which happen to have been pre- served. George A 262 Markwell, Charles A 291 Mathison, Chris 159 Marker, James 243 Markham, Samuel J 339 Marshall, Abraham J 331 Marshall. William B 193 Maynard, Frank, Jr 342 Maynard, Thaddeus T 177 Mays, Lee 253 PA' . Charles W 299 Mounce, Eben 265 Mounce, Jasper N 346 Mounce, J. George W 227 Pollock, Alaxander 319 Pomeroy, Francis F 325 Pomeroy, John F 327 Pool, Solomon J 370 Porter, Hugh 341 Porter, Samuel 364 Potter, David W 260 Potter, Lattin L 178 Powell, John H 312 Powers, John F 271 Preisinger, Ferdinand B 235 Pribhle, G. B 169 Puntenney, Charles S 322 Rainville, Joseph 229 Ramev. N 147 Ratcliffe, William E 250 Rawnsley, Joseph 310 Reese, William B 275 Reeves, Enoch S 365 Renshaw, Robert H 326 Reynold, Thomas F 386 Richardson, Aaron J 222 Richardson, Amos K 158 Richardson, Caleb W 219 Richardson, George L 223 Riggers, Henry 373 Riley, William J 166 Robbins, Andrew E 169 Roberts, George A 367 Robnett, Jennie INI 262 Rogers, Alvah T 359 Rogers, Frederic S 179 Rogers, Henry J 306 Rogers, Reuben 384 Root. Adkison, John R 507 Adsley, Elijah 557 Ailshe, James F 550 Alkire, George S 538 Aram, Tames H . Charles M 464 Canfield, Oscar F 486 Carlson, Andrew J 525 Carothers, Thomas II 556 Carver, Amos 552 Casady, William H 516 Cast L. George A 49S Craig, Stonewall J 470 Cramiilit, John T 466 Cramer, Silas M 487 Crea, John W 497 Crosby, Burt L 5^0 Curtis, A. W 509 Goldstone, Samuel 52S Gould, Norman 478 Gregory, Charles S 516 Greving, Henry A 484 Guseman, James S 464 Hadorn, John 560 Hale, John T 486 Hall, John C 579 Hall, William A 511 Hansen, Andrew 571 Hanson, John A 519 Harris William H 532 Hartman, Richard H 57G Hattabaugh, Isaac C 525 Hawk, Frank M 451 Hawley, George V 483 Haydiii, Patrick E 485 Henley, Richard B 475 Hickerson, Walter 504 Himmelspak, Joseph 453 Hoffman, Loran D 468 Hogan, Frank 526 Hogan, William 562 1 [olbrook, Jacob E 467 Hol Jenbeak, John T 559 Holt, Charles E 553 Howe, Mark 508 Irwin. Xordquist, John H 1072 Pascoe, Richard H 1 120 Peterson, Gus 1 1 12 Reed, Thomas B 1 146 Reeves, Charles H 1088 Richardson, Harry M 1 1 12 Saling, Francis M 1072 Saling, Mrs. In his labors for the Indians he was zealous and persevering, and in his instructions wholly practical. Far below yawns the black gorge through which the river runs, dwarfed from our point of view to a mere silver thread. ije=3jj N offering this volume to the public, its publishers can hardly hope that it will in all respects meet H H the approval of those whose golden opinions are so ardently desired. In the treatment of the subject it is impartial, accurate and re- liable, and is a standard history of Latah County from the date of its settlement to the present time. Philip 241 Johnson, Silas 225 Johnson, Stephen 332 Johnson, William F 161 Johnson, Wyley T 259 Johnson, Zephaniah A 224 Johnston. Frank W 196 June, Peter 306 Kachelmeir, Alois .225 Kammers, Adam 286 Keenev. Thomas 344 Knowlton, Lafayette 197 Kouni, Michael 383 Kroutinger, Alfred W 271 Lacey, Pearl C 359 La Dow, Thomas H 298 Lambert, James 239 Larkee, John C 158 Larson, August 223 Larson, Charles 295 Leach, Eli A 318 Leachman, John F 21S Le Baron, William 337 Lee, Harold L 303 Leeper, Charles A 257 Leeper, Clarence E 354 Leggett. S 288 Mael, Amos .' 351 Malmoe, Martin B 234 Manning, Fred M 214 Manning. Samuel K 179 Mills, Arthur J 176 M inert, Frederick M 37S Misner, Arthur E 214 Mockler, Thomas M 233 Morgan Henry A 167 Morris, Charles E 173 Morris, John B 257 Morris, Mason l8r Morse, Samuel S 303 Moser, Robert E 35S Mote. PAGE Phinney, Samuel 332 Picart, Alexis 380 Pliter. Peter 505 Austin, Jesse G 468 Bales, Thomas XV 494 Hartley, A. Orren 518 Bernthal, Frederic 503 Bernthal, John M 503 Bibb, Robert M 544 Bishop, Alfred II 570 Bowman, William W 529 Brackett, Charles D 466 Brady, Hugh 501 Briggs, Phcenix R 571 Brockenour, Peter 538 Brown, Benjamin P 463 Brown, Charles F 563 Brown, Charles F 504 Brown, Frank 579 Brown, Loval P S74 Brown, Rollin C 560 Brown, Walter L 4/5 PAGE Brown, William G .• 543 Bruner, Lewis A 531 Buchannon, James si/ Burgdorf, Fred C 575 Butcher, Eben W 540 Calder, Henry R 472 Campbell. Wellington M 477 Clay, Hershel H 554 Cone, Charles P 549 Conklin, George N 457 Coon, Abram ;;_' Cooper, Richard P 546 Coram, William 493 Corbett, Paul F 481 Cowgill. Telon E 518 Lifers, Henry J 451 Filers, Henry J., Jr 535 Eller, Joseph M 482 Evans, Oscar M 461 Farmer. PAGE Ferree, James E 490 Fitzgerald, Edmond 547 Flynn, Charles 471 Fockler, Joshua S 527 Forsmann, John B 531 Foster, Albert D 579 Gage, Marcus E 555 Callaway, Albert 469 Callaway, George M 510 Gallaway, Sherman S 47 2 Gal la way, Thomas B 544 Garber, Jacob C 510 Gee, Everett 509 Getty, George R 541 Gill, Toseph G 515 Girton, T. His moral influence was injured by strong symptoms of passion when pro- voked or excited. From the summit of the huge spur down which the trail winds, one can look for miles and miles over a sea of mountain and ra- vine, of ragged precipices and stony heights, of barren wastes and pine-crested slopes.Help us reach our goal of raising $1 million for Operation Homefront!We’re donating $500,000 to help support the critical needs of America’s military families. Gust 376 Hadford, John 242 Hadford, Louis 220 Haeberle, Jacob 187 Hall, George S.. 198 Hamilton, Charles L 144 Hanlon, Thomas 352 Hardman, Albert C 370 Hardwick, William D 336 Harr, Joseph 355 Harrington. A civilizing force of a vastly higher character en- tered the Indian country, when the American mission- ary came, actuated by no other motive than the good ol the red men, hoping for no other reward than a noble work well performed, an approving conscience and a final abundant entrance into a heavenly home. This devoted missionary was a native of Bath, New York, born in 1804. Spalding," says Gray, "is that he has before him an unusual countenance. Among the mining districts which are today com- manding attention are several the names of which were household words in the golden days of 1861-2-3.

||

Most importantly, what can parents do to prevent their children from becoming teen parents?

The accuracy and com- Efela pleteness of such a work depend not alone on the conscientiousness and care of the compilers, but more especially upon the amount and quality of the materials which happen to have been pre- served. George A 262 Markwell, Charles A 291 Mathison, Chris 159 Marker, James 243 Markham, Samuel J 339 Marshall, Abraham J 331 Marshall. William B 193 Maynard, Frank, Jr 342 Maynard, Thaddeus T 177 Mays, Lee 253 PA' . Charles W 299 Mounce, Eben 265 Mounce, Jasper N 346 Mounce, J. George W 227 Pollock, Alaxander 319 Pomeroy, Francis F 325 Pomeroy, John F 327 Pool, Solomon J 370 Porter, Hugh 341 Porter, Samuel 364 Potter, David W 260 Potter, Lattin L 178 Powell, John H 312 Powers, John F 271 Preisinger, Ferdinand B 235 Pribhle, G. B 169 Puntenney, Charles S 322 Rainville, Joseph 229 Ramev. N 147 Ratcliffe, William E 250 Rawnsley, Joseph 310 Reese, William B 275 Reeves, Enoch S 365 Renshaw, Robert H 326 Reynold, Thomas F 386 Richardson, Aaron J 222 Richardson, Amos K 158 Richardson, Caleb W 219 Richardson, George L 223 Riggers, Henry 373 Riley, William J 166 Robbins, Andrew E 169 Roberts, George A 367 Robnett, Jennie INI 262 Rogers, Alvah T 359 Rogers, Frederic S 179 Rogers, Henry J 306 Rogers, Reuben 384 Root. Adkison, John R 507 Adsley, Elijah 557 Ailshe, James F 550 Alkire, George S 538 Aram, Tames H . Charles M 464 Canfield, Oscar F 486 Carlson, Andrew J 525 Carothers, Thomas II 556 Carver, Amos 552 Casady, William H 516 Cast L. George A 49S Craig, Stonewall J 470 Cramiilit, John T 466 Cramer, Silas M 487 Crea, John W 497 Crosby, Burt L 5^0 Curtis, A. W 509 Goldstone, Samuel 52S Gould, Norman 478 Gregory, Charles S 516 Greving, Henry A 484 Guseman, James S 464 Hadorn, John 560 Hale, John T 486 Hall, John C 579 Hall, William A 511 Hansen, Andrew 571 Hanson, John A 519 Harris William H 532 Hartman, Richard H 57G Hattabaugh, Isaac C 525 Hawk, Frank M 451 Hawley, George V 483 Haydiii, Patrick E 485 Henley, Richard B 475 Hickerson, Walter 504 Himmelspak, Joseph 453 Hoffman, Loran D 468 Hogan, Frank 526 Hogan, William 562 1 [olbrook, Jacob E 467 Hol Jenbeak, John T 559 Holt, Charles E 553 Howe, Mark 508 Irwin. Xordquist, John H 1072 Pascoe, Richard H 1 120 Peterson, Gus 1 1 12 Reed, Thomas B 1 146 Reeves, Charles H 1088 Richardson, Harry M 1 1 12 Saling, Francis M 1072 Saling, Mrs. In his labors for the Indians he was zealous and persevering, and in his instructions wholly practical. Far below yawns the black gorge through which the river runs, dwarfed from our point of view to a mere silver thread.

ije=3jj N offering this volume to the public, its publishers can hardly hope that it will in all respects meet H H the approval of those whose golden opinions are so ardently desired. In the treatment of the subject it is impartial, accurate and re- liable, and is a standard history of Latah County from the date of its settlement to the present time. Philip 241 Johnson, Silas 225 Johnson, Stephen 332 Johnson, William F 161 Johnson, Wyley T 259 Johnson, Zephaniah A 224 Johnston. Frank W 196 June, Peter 306 Kachelmeir, Alois .225 Kammers, Adam 286 Keenev. Thomas 344 Knowlton, Lafayette 197 Kouni, Michael 383 Kroutinger, Alfred W 271 Lacey, Pearl C 359 La Dow, Thomas H 298 Lambert, James 239 Larkee, John C 158 Larson, August 223 Larson, Charles 295 Leach, Eli A 318 Leachman, John F 21S Le Baron, William 337 Lee, Harold L 303 Leeper, Charles A 257 Leeper, Clarence E 354 Leggett. S 288 Mael, Amos .' 351 Malmoe, Martin B 234 Manning, Fred M 214 Manning. Samuel K 179 Mills, Arthur J 176 M inert, Frederick M 37S Misner, Arthur E 214 Mockler, Thomas M 233 Morgan Henry A 167 Morris, Charles E 173 Morris, John B 257 Morris, Mason l8r Morse, Samuel S 303 Moser, Robert E 35S Mote. PAGE Phinney, Samuel 332 Picart, Alexis 380 Pliter. Peter 505 Austin, Jesse G 468 Bales, Thomas XV 494 Hartley, A. Orren 518 Bernthal, Frederic 503 Bernthal, John M 503 Bibb, Robert M 544 Bishop, Alfred II 570 Bowman, William W 529 Brackett, Charles D 466 Brady, Hugh 501 Briggs, Phcenix R 571 Brockenour, Peter 538 Brown, Benjamin P 463 Brown, Charles F 563 Brown, Charles F 504 Brown, Frank 579 Brown, Loval P S74 Brown, Rollin C 560 Brown, Walter L 4/5 PAGE Brown, William G .• 543 Bruner, Lewis A 531 Buchannon, James si/ Burgdorf, Fred C 575 Butcher, Eben W 540 Calder, Henry R 472 Campbell. Wellington M 477 Clay, Hershel H 554 Cone, Charles P 549 Conklin, George N 457 Coon, Abram ;;_' Cooper, Richard P 546 Coram, William 493 Corbett, Paul F 481 Cowgill. Telon E 518 Lifers, Henry J 451 Filers, Henry J., Jr 535 Eller, Joseph M 482 Evans, Oscar M 461 Farmer. PAGE Ferree, James E 490 Fitzgerald, Edmond 547 Flynn, Charles 471 Fockler, Joshua S 527 Forsmann, John B 531 Foster, Albert D 579 Gage, Marcus E 555 Callaway, Albert 469 Callaway, George M 510 Gallaway, Sherman S 47 2 Gal la way, Thomas B 544 Garber, Jacob C 510 Gee, Everett 509 Getty, George R 541 Gill, Toseph G 515 Girton, T. His moral influence was injured by strong symptoms of passion when pro- voked or excited. From the summit of the huge spur down which the trail winds, one can look for miles and miles over a sea of mountain and ra- vine, of ragged precipices and stony heights, of barren wastes and pine-crested slopes.

Help us reach our goal of raising $1 million for Operation Homefront!

We’re donating $500,000 to help support the critical needs of America’s military families.

Gust 376 Hadford, John 242 Hadford, Louis 220 Haeberle, Jacob 187 Hall, George S.. 198 Hamilton, Charles L 144 Hanlon, Thomas 352 Hardman, Albert C 370 Hardwick, William D 336 Harr, Joseph 355 Harrington. A civilizing force of a vastly higher character en- tered the Indian country, when the American mission- ary came, actuated by no other motive than the good ol the red men, hoping for no other reward than a noble work well performed, an approving conscience and a final abundant entrance into a heavenly home. This devoted missionary was a native of Bath, New York, born in 1804. Spalding," says Gray, "is that he has before him an unusual countenance. Among the mining districts which are today com- manding attention are several the names of which were household words in the golden days of 1861-2-3.

||

Most importantly, what can parents do to prevent their children from becoming teen parents?

The accuracy and com- Efela pleteness of such a work depend not alone on the conscientiousness and care of the compilers, but more especially upon the amount and quality of the materials which happen to have been pre- served. George A 262 Markwell, Charles A 291 Mathison, Chris 159 Marker, James 243 Markham, Samuel J 339 Marshall, Abraham J 331 Marshall. William B 193 Maynard, Frank, Jr 342 Maynard, Thaddeus T 177 Mays, Lee 253 PA' . Charles W 299 Mounce, Eben 265 Mounce, Jasper N 346 Mounce, J. George W 227 Pollock, Alaxander 319 Pomeroy, Francis F 325 Pomeroy, John F 327 Pool, Solomon J 370 Porter, Hugh 341 Porter, Samuel 364 Potter, David W 260 Potter, Lattin L 178 Powell, John H 312 Powers, John F 271 Preisinger, Ferdinand B 235 Pribhle, G. B 169 Puntenney, Charles S 322 Rainville, Joseph 229 Ramev. N 147 Ratcliffe, William E 250 Rawnsley, Joseph 310 Reese, William B 275 Reeves, Enoch S 365 Renshaw, Robert H 326 Reynold, Thomas F 386 Richardson, Aaron J 222 Richardson, Amos K 158 Richardson, Caleb W 219 Richardson, George L 223 Riggers, Henry 373 Riley, William J 166 Robbins, Andrew E 169 Roberts, George A 367 Robnett, Jennie INI 262 Rogers, Alvah T 359 Rogers, Frederic S 179 Rogers, Henry J 306 Rogers, Reuben 384 Root. Adkison, John R 507 Adsley, Elijah 557 Ailshe, James F 550 Alkire, George S 538 Aram, Tames H . Charles M 464 Canfield, Oscar F 486 Carlson, Andrew J 525 Carothers, Thomas II 556 Carver, Amos 552 Casady, William H 516 Cast L. George A 49S Craig, Stonewall J 470 Cramiilit, John T 466 Cramer, Silas M 487 Crea, John W 497 Crosby, Burt L 5^0 Curtis, A. W 509 Goldstone, Samuel 52S Gould, Norman 478 Gregory, Charles S 516 Greving, Henry A 484 Guseman, James S 464 Hadorn, John 560 Hale, John T 486 Hall, John C 579 Hall, William A 511 Hansen, Andrew 571 Hanson, John A 519 Harris William H 532 Hartman, Richard H 57G Hattabaugh, Isaac C 525 Hawk, Frank M 451 Hawley, George V 483 Haydiii, Patrick E 485 Henley, Richard B 475 Hickerson, Walter 504 Himmelspak, Joseph 453 Hoffman, Loran D 468 Hogan, Frank 526 Hogan, William 562 1 [olbrook, Jacob E 467 Hol Jenbeak, John T 559 Holt, Charles E 553 Howe, Mark 508 Irwin. Xordquist, John H 1072 Pascoe, Richard H 1 120 Peterson, Gus 1 1 12 Reed, Thomas B 1 146 Reeves, Charles H 1088 Richardson, Harry M 1 1 12 Saling, Francis M 1072 Saling, Mrs. In his labors for the Indians he was zealous and persevering, and in his instructions wholly practical. Far below yawns the black gorge through which the river runs, dwarfed from our point of view to a mere silver thread.

ije=3jj N offering this volume to the public, its publishers can hardly hope that it will in all respects meet H H the approval of those whose golden opinions are so ardently desired. In the treatment of the subject it is impartial, accurate and re- liable, and is a standard history of Latah County from the date of its settlement to the present time. Philip 241 Johnson, Silas 225 Johnson, Stephen 332 Johnson, William F 161 Johnson, Wyley T 259 Johnson, Zephaniah A 224 Johnston. Frank W 196 June, Peter 306 Kachelmeir, Alois .225 Kammers, Adam 286 Keenev. Thomas 344 Knowlton, Lafayette 197 Kouni, Michael 383 Kroutinger, Alfred W 271 Lacey, Pearl C 359 La Dow, Thomas H 298 Lambert, James 239 Larkee, John C 158 Larson, August 223 Larson, Charles 295 Leach, Eli A 318 Leachman, John F 21S Le Baron, William 337 Lee, Harold L 303 Leeper, Charles A 257 Leeper, Clarence E 354 Leggett. S 288 Mael, Amos .' 351 Malmoe, Martin B 234 Manning, Fred M 214 Manning. Samuel K 179 Mills, Arthur J 176 M inert, Frederick M 37S Misner, Arthur E 214 Mockler, Thomas M 233 Morgan Henry A 167 Morris, Charles E 173 Morris, John B 257 Morris, Mason l8r Morse, Samuel S 303 Moser, Robert E 35S Mote. PAGE Phinney, Samuel 332 Picart, Alexis 380 Pliter. Peter 505 Austin, Jesse G 468 Bales, Thomas XV 494 Hartley, A. Orren 518 Bernthal, Frederic 503 Bernthal, John M 503 Bibb, Robert M 544 Bishop, Alfred II 570 Bowman, William W 529 Brackett, Charles D 466 Brady, Hugh 501 Briggs, Phcenix R 571 Brockenour, Peter 538 Brown, Benjamin P 463 Brown, Charles F 563 Brown, Charles F 504 Brown, Frank 579 Brown, Loval P S74 Brown, Rollin C 560 Brown, Walter L 4/5 PAGE Brown, William G .• 543 Bruner, Lewis A 531 Buchannon, James si/ Burgdorf, Fred C 575 Butcher, Eben W 540 Calder, Henry R 472 Campbell. Wellington M 477 Clay, Hershel H 554 Cone, Charles P 549 Conklin, George N 457 Coon, Abram ;;_' Cooper, Richard P 546 Coram, William 493 Corbett, Paul F 481 Cowgill. Telon E 518 Lifers, Henry J 451 Filers, Henry J., Jr 535 Eller, Joseph M 482 Evans, Oscar M 461 Farmer. PAGE Ferree, James E 490 Fitzgerald, Edmond 547 Flynn, Charles 471 Fockler, Joshua S 527 Forsmann, John B 531 Foster, Albert D 579 Gage, Marcus E 555 Callaway, Albert 469 Callaway, George M 510 Gallaway, Sherman S 47 2 Gal la way, Thomas B 544 Garber, Jacob C 510 Gee, Everett 509 Getty, George R 541 Gill, Toseph G 515 Girton, T. His moral influence was injured by strong symptoms of passion when pro- voked or excited. From the summit of the huge spur down which the trail winds, one can look for miles and miles over a sea of mountain and ra- vine, of ragged precipices and stony heights, of barren wastes and pine-crested slopes.

Help us reach our goal of raising $1 million for Operation Homefront!

million for Operation Homefront!