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Pioneer life at North Bend

John Scott Harrison

Pioneer life at North Bend

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Published by Robert Clarke in Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North Bend (Ind.) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementan address by Hon. J. Scott Harrison delivered before the Whitewater and Miami Valley Pioneer Association
    ContributionsWhitewater and Miami Valley Pioneer Association
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14701301M

    The central feature of the building's facade is its entryway. The pacing is perfect with short chapters. The means of access to the people south of the Platte has rendered North Bend an extensive shipping point. It has continued operating as an independent movie theater since that day. As ofthe population of North Bend was 5, There in the middle of her river, she spots a boy sitting on a big rock.

    So, the fire is lit once and never let to go out. It is a seven-column folio, of twenty-four-inch columns, and is ably edited, fully representing the interests of this prosperous business town. Taylor remembered that when he first arrived, a good part of the Snoqualmie Pass trail was in the riverbed of the South Fork of the Snoqualmie and a traveler had to cross the river "some 17 times between where North Bend is now located and the summit" Gifford and Watson, p. Kendall, Director, and James Sloss, Treasurer. They knew, it happened, that he was Mr. Water and Fire On the way to the pump you grab two buckets.

    Merriam shipped the first carload of grain to Chicago, and in October, the first carload of hogs. People soon began calling it "Uncle Si's mountain," which eventually evolved into today's name, Mount Si Hill, p. The first cattle to Chicago were shipped by William Cori, in June, Colwell, of Omaha. Before the North Bend Town Company was formed, or a solitary shanty erected on its present site, the locality was a favorite camping place for the endless tide of emigration which poured along the old military road toward Utah and California.


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Pioneer life at North Bend book

What with the prattle of children, the cackling of hens, the crowing of roosters, things commenced to wear a little of the aspect of civilization. The theater has regular shows featuring classics and comedy.

He was an astute farmer and entrepreneur and gradually acquired huge swaths of the Snoqualmie Prairie. Ellwood established a paper known as the North Bend Independent, which was edited but not printed at home.

She writes that she "retired with grace when the sophisticated and elegant comedy world drifted away.

Lowell, who is furious and prints a retraction. On his last birthday, at age 87, he was asked to what he attributed his longevity. InWilliams and Perkins built the first hotel. Effective March 8,the city now contracts for law enforcement services with the City of Snoqualmie Police Department.

The roof is covered with built-up asphalt. It was burned in the fall of in a prairie fire. Another addition was made to the settlement about the 1st of October,by the arrival of James Sloss, his wife and two children; they came from Cleveland, Ohio.

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It is and she lives with her parents and two older brothers on a ranch that her grandfather built after the civil war. Among them was "Oreopolis," which he found to be on his course toward North Bend, the destination of himself and companions.

A Court in Germany ordered that access to certain items in the Project Gutenberg collection are blocked from Germany. Fort Davis has a volunteer fire department, rescue EMS and ambulance service, a resident doctor, visiting nurses and a weekly newspaper, the Jeff Davis County Mountain Dispatch.

He raised some fine hills of water-melons, however, and his wife sold the "fruit" at a round price to thirsty travelers from California. The next month, George J. The bed you awaken in is wooden, the mattress is stuffed with straw and held in place by ropes that are tied across the underside of the bed.

The town and region's historic legacy have been preserved in the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, which was founded in and includes the collections of early teacher and historian Ada Snyder Hill.

Inhe also contracted to do repair and construction work for the Snoqualmie Pass Wagon Road, a project funded by Seattle's prominent citizens. To this day, Edna and Jean are fondly remembered for their enthusiasm in both communities, and many people treasure memories of their annual open house in North Bend to share their prized antiques and latest acquisitions, and to talk about the home.

The Sunday school at North Bend has 60 scholars and 6 teachers. The Snoqualmies became involved in the Indian wars of the s, at first fighting against, and later fighting for, U.- Frontier & pioneer life--North Dakota The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections.

Therefore, it does not license or charge permission fees for use of such material and cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material. (ca. ) Typical log cabin of the pioneer. Exhibits at Deschutes Historical Museum. roadside attractions greeted visitors as they wound their way from Smith Rock State Park through downtown Redmond and Bend and past Lava Butte.

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