“Where We Gather” ~ The Boundary County Fair

Museum Musings: Origins of the County Fair By: Gini Woodward One of the oldest county events is replaying this week, ...
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Bernt William Tilly

The story of the Tilly Mine is a favorite with the locals of Boundary County. Bernt William Tilly born May ...
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Remembrances by Lawrence R. Unruh

“My parents, Odes B. and Sadie Jantz Unruh, came to Bonners Ferry in 1936 when I, their eldest son, Lawrence ...
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Pharmacist J.F. Cook

John Francis Cook III, an African American, attended Howard University a private, historically black university in Washington, D.C. obtaining a ...
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A. C. White Lumber’s Flunkies

“In 1918, the A. C. White Lumber Co. established Camp 3, a large and very modern logging camp at a ...
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Minerva Lovena Smith Fry

Minerva Lovena Smith Fry Minerva Lovena Smith was born in Iowa on January 5, 1849 to Fredrick and Nancy Smith ...
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Chief Narcisse Isadore

Chief Narcisse Isadore, born in 1882, was a great grandson of Chief Three Moon. Narcisse’s tribe, the Lower Kutenai, called ...
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Bonners Ferry Cubs Pack 114

Here is a picture of the Bonners Ferry Cubs Pack 114 Hill Billy Band. After we shared this in the ...
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1933 Bonners Ferry Mayoral Radio Address

Today's Tale - KHQ Radio Appearance of Bonners Ferry Mayor Fry Doing research, I found an article from the March ...
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The Ferry at Bonners Ferry Sesquicentennial Birthday

1864 -2014 by Howard Kent Historian, Boundary County Museum Did you know that on December 22, 2014, the Ferry at ...
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