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A Pictorial Early History of the Wood River Valley By Sandra Hofferber
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A brief overview of the history of the Wood River Valley in Idaho for those who are visiting or school groups studying it for the first time. Profiles of early settlers, First Nations, Chinese,... More > missionaries, living conditions, occupations, early resorts, mining, sheep ranching, Blaine County, Alturas County, Oregon Trail, homesteading, Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue, Oral Histories, Maps, brochures, scrapbooks, photographs, newspapers, Martyn Mallory, Eugene Antz, Union Pacific, Edith Ellis Hyde, Dot Allen, Lucile Friedman, Jack Lane, Charlotte Rice, Julian Newman, Mary Brown, Ester Price Fairman, Annie I Miller, Harris, timeline, indexed,< Less
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A word of explanation, that you may clearly understand just why this little book—if such it may be called, came to be written. We do not want it to be thought an emigration scheme, but only... More > what a Pennsylvania girl heard, saw, and thought of Nebraska. And to make it more interesting we will give our experience with all the fun thrown in, for we really thought we had quite an enjoyable time and learned lessons that may be useful for others to know. And simply give everything just as they were, and the true color to all that we touch upon, simply stating facts as we gathered them here and there during a stay of almost three months of going up and down, around and across the state from Dakota to Kansas—306 miles on the S.C. & P.R.R., 291 on the U.P.R.R., and 289 on the B. & M.R.R., the three roads that traverse the state from east to west. It is truly an unbiased work, so do not chip and shave at what may seem incredible, but, as you read, remember you read ONLY TRUTH< Less

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