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21. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1937-07-02 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1937-07-02 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Carl Edlend; Jeannette Adlon; George Greeman; Spokane, Washington; drunk driving Boozy Indian driver and friend are jailed. - A weaving automobile filled with Indian men, women and children was stopped at Sprague and Grant last night by Motorcycle Officer George Freeman, and when the...

22. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-28 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-28 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Damos Arippi; Robert Hirst; Arthur Buell; Spokane, Washington Indian's car runs wild. - Damos Arippi, 31, Indian farmer, was booked at the police station yesterday on a state charge of reckless driving when his car collided with a telephone post at Pittsburg and...

23. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Damos Arrippi; reckless driving Will saw county's wood. - Indian farmer prefers to work for himself justice told. - Damos Arrippi, 31, Indian farmer, knows how to saw wood, but prefers to saw it for himself on his own farm, he told Justice...

24. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-06-22 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-06-22 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Jess Chapman; Toppenish Indian; George Wesley; Max Frank; Harry Brown; Omar Peterson; George Laue; reckless driving; African Americans; Spokane, Washington Indian gets jail for woozy ride. - Jess Chapman, Toppenish Indian, was sentenced by Judge Stocker today to serve 45 days in the county jail on a drunken driving charge. Police officers arrested him late...

25. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-01-28 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1933-01-28 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Damon Arippi; Judge Stocker; Spokane, Washington; reckless driving Jail Indian driver. - On reckless driving charges, Damos Arippi, Indian, was sentenced by Police Judge Stocker today to serve 30 days in jail. Two passengers in the Indian's car were injured when it struck...

26. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-11-26 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1936-11-26 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; Frank Bradley; Gertrude Bradley; Frank Elliott; Isabel Peone; Frank Yuse, judge; Spokane, Washington; reckless driving; manslaughter; vagrancy; drunk driving Pay for death crash, or jail. - Isabel Peone, 66, Tekoa Indian, whose car, illegally driven by Frank Elliott, 56, crashed into one operated by Frank Bradley, 35, November 14, causing his death, may have...

27. State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1928-03-22 State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1928-03-22 State history; Native Americans; fishing; Klamath Indians; Williamson river; Sprague river; suckers Sucker run enjoyed. - The annual run of suckers is on an joy reigns among Klamath Indians. Tens of thousands of the sluggish fish are making their way up the Williamson and Sprague rivers and Indians,...

28. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. p. 2. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. p. 2. State history; Native Americans; historical Old Indian camp brings $100,000. - East side of Monroe, Sprague to First, held tepees when Mrs. Linfield came here in '89. - Mud surrounded it. - Pioneer Matron longed for time when Spokane would have...

29. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1937-07-04. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1937-07-04. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; historical; Grand Coulee Dam; Sprague, Washington; Reverend J. W. Walters; Reverend J. Howell; Chief Moses, Sin-kah-you Indian ; Because the construction area around the Grand Coulee dam project grew up out of the prairie and assumed the attitude of a frontier town, it has been often termed a "pioneer town."

30. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; historical; Mrs. Frances E. R. Linfield; Lee Hammond Tire Company; Frank Smith; United Cigar ; Linfield College; McMinville, Oregon; pioneer life; pioneer women; real estate; Spokane, Washington; history; social life and customs Old Indian camp brings $100,000. - East side of Monroe, Sprague to First, held tepees when Mrs. Linfield came here in '89. - Mud surrounded it. - Pioneer Matron longed for time when Spokane would have...

31. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1928-03-03. State history; Native Americans; historical; Mrs. Frances E. R. Linfield; Lee Hammond Tire Company; Frank Smith; United Cigar ; Linfield College; McMinville, Oregon; pioneer life; pioneer women; real estate; Spokane, Washington; history; social life and customs Old Indian camp brings $100,000. - East side of Monroe, Sprague to First, held tepees when Mrs. Linfield came here in '89. - Mud surrounded it. - Pioneer Matron longed for time when Spokane would have...

32. State history. Native Americans. Litigation. 1919-11-23 State history. Native Americans. Litigation. 1919-11-23 State history; Native Americans; litigation Demands $10,000 for dead squaw. - Indian sues Carstens packing co. for damages-Truck hit wagon. - The Carstens Packing company was sued for $12,000 damages yesterday as the result of the auto accident...

33. State history. Native Americans. Litigation. 1919-12-15 State history. Native Americans. Litigation. 1919-12-15 State history; Native Americans; litigation Asks $10,000 for the death of Indian woman. - Suit is started against Carstens company as result of auto accident. - Dan Danielson, recently appointed administrator of the estate of Mary Rosalia Wistaka,...

34. State history. State officials. Governors. Hartley, Roland H. 1928-06-15 State history. State officials. Governors. Hartley, Roland H. 1928-06-15 State history; Washington; governors; government; politics; Roland H. Hartley Hercules Fete draws public--Governor Hartley's address one of big features at Sprague Field day. - Much of interest for the public, whether interested or not in live stock, will be on the pgoram of the...

35. State history. State of Washington Government. Liquor Control Board. 1934-03-27 State history. State of Washington Government. Liquor Control Board. 1934-03-27 State history; Washington; Washington State; government; politics; liquor; Washington State Liquor Control Board; William J. Lindberg ; State studies personnel for liquor store. - The state liquor commission was busy this afternoon at Olympia selecting the personnel of the state liquor store scheduled to be opened at W521 Sprague, "not...

36. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. E. 1937-08-29 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. E. 1937-08-29 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; G. F. Egbers; photographs; portraits Master mechanic long with N. P.
G. F. Egbers, W818 Fourteenth, is celebrating his 50th year of continuous service with the Northern Pacific railroad, the past 30 years as master mechanic. Mr. Egbers...

37. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. G. 1929-10-06 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. G. 1929-10-06 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; George H. Goude; Leoti L. West; Sarah Campbell Goude George H. Goude, Spokane resident, came west in '81 -- Machinist later started Harvester works in city -- organized Moscow Iron works.
(In The Spokesman-Review today, Miss Leoti L. West, pioneer schoolteacher,...

38. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. A. 1937-05-07 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. A. 1937-05-07 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Hannah E. Anderson; J. W. Anderson; A. W. Lindsay; E. W. Anderson; Charles May Anderson; Ernest R. Anderson; photographs; portraits Spokane mother came west 85 years ago
Just 85 years ago this spring, when Mrs. Hannah E. Anderson was 6 weeks old, her parents lifted her into a big covered wagon and started the long slow journey from...

39. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. C. 1915-07-31 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. C. 1915-07-31 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Jimmie Durkin; photographs; portraits Jimmie Durkin, philosopher and saloon man, quits with million
For 18 years, from behind a little counter of polished oak in his saloon at Wall and Sprague, Jimmie Durkin has discussed philosophy and...

40. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1934-04-24 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1934-04-24 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; M. F. Heath; Charles M. Heath; Neil McFadgen; Spokane, Wash. Pioneer picture of early day wagonshop - Even the smallest of villages was incomplete without a wagonshop, way back when this picture was taken, 1898. One of the few wagonshops remaining stands on the...
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