“In 1918, the A. C. White Lumber Co. established Camp 3, a large and very modern logging camp at a junction in their Camp 9 railroad. The location was the Cliff O’Malley place, across Highway 95 from the present H.
Minerva Lovena Smith Fry Minerva Lovena Smith was born in Iowa on January 5, 1849 to Fredrick and Nancy Smith. The family left their home in April 1852, with dreams of a new life, and began the trek on the
Original Press Release – – July 20, 2017 In the fall of 1916, Charles W. Megquier began construction on a two story brick building on Main Street. This was to be used as the new Crescent Garage & Plumbing Company.
Chief Narcisse Isadore, born in 1882, was a great grandson of Chief Three Moon. Narcisse’s tribe, the Lower Kutenai, called home: “the horseshoe bend of the Kootenai River…the land I inherited from my ancestors situated on both banks of the
Agnes May Carleton was born on April 12, 1888 in South Berwick, Maine to Harvey and Annie Carleton. She and her three siblings attended school in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. In 1911, Agnes graduated from Faulkner Hospital in Jamaica Plains,
Here is a picture of the Bonners Ferry Cubs Pack 114 Hill Billy Band. After we shared this in the Bonners Ferry Herald, Sept 14th 2017, Vivian Irwin was able to identify almost everyone in the picture for us. Second
By HOWARD KENT 2016 will soon become memories for the history books. I cannot help but harken back 100 years ago and recall some of the events that took place in Boundary County. We became Boundary County in 1915 and
Today’s Tale – KHQ Radio Appearance of Bonners Ferry Mayor Fry Doing research, I found an article from the March 16, 1933 BF Herald. “In the splendid half hour radio address delivered over Station KHQ in Spokane on Sunday, March
1864 -2014 by Howard Kent Historian, Boundary County Museum Did you know that on December 22, 2014, the Ferry at Bonners Ferry will be 150 years old? Following is a brief history how the event came about. In 1863, gold