written in 1928, by Mrs. C. C. French from Cloverdale ranch of Crestwood, “that picturesque little suburb of Creston, which snuggles partly, along and over the arm of the western mountains to the international boundary.” An excerpt — “Yes, I
William “Billy” Houston Although his tombstone reads “1863”, William Houston was born April 6, 1865 in Clinton, Missouri. Growing up in Gentry County, Billy did farm work. Having no formal education, he taught himself to read as an adult. His
Scenes on Albany Prairie Recalled by Pioneer Before Cayuse War Days Albany Daily Democrat 9 April 1922 M M Fry of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, aged 80 years, was speaking, and the day he described was 1849, and the scene
Until you have a chance to come in and see the Museum’s Teddy Roosevelt Caribou Display in person, a “virtual” version has been created to enjoy in the form of a “FlipBook”!
A letter written to the Editor and Publisher, S. D. Taylor, of the Bonners Ferry Herald, written by Bartlett Sinclair Recalls Early Days Stiles, Idaho, Oct. 22nd, 1908. My Dear Taylor; — My campaigning brought me to this bustling mountain
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
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