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1. State history. Native Americans. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1926-04-12 State history. Native Americans. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1926-04-12 State history; Native Americans; United States Bureau of Indian Affairs; Charles H. Burk, United States Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Deny Indians badly treated by agents. - Denial that the Indians of the nation were cruelly treated was made on the house floor by Indian Commissioner Burke. Representative Frear of Wisconsin had made grave...

2. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Assault. 1930-09-10 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Assault. 1930-09-10 State history; Native Americans; crime; assaults; Taholah, Washington; Sol Capomen ; Indian treated for cut scalp. - Struck in the head during a quarrel with another Indian late yesterday at Taholah, Sol Capomen, Taholah, was treated at the Hoquiam General hospital here last night for...

3. State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Ice dam. 1937-04-01 State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Ice dam. 1937-04-01 State history; Grand Coulee dam; ice dam; soil freezing; MWAK; concrete pouring ; Novel Ice dam at Grand Coulee may be treated to warm bath. - The Grand Coulee dam's unique "ice dam" has just about done its work with a record of 100 per cent efficiency for the six months of its life....

4. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Cedar poles & shingles. 1937-08-29 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Cedar poles & shingles. 1937-08-29 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; cedar poles; cedar shingles State's timber aids world fair - 99-foot fir poles treated hillyard for great exposition - The National Pole and Treating company has sold $100,000 worth of Douglas fir piling, cut on the Coast, to the...

5. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Chemistry. 1937-01-10 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Chemistry. 1937-01-10 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; chemistry; by-products Treated lumber declared to be best in market - Eight distinct advantages are claimed for Wolmanized lumber, produced by the Crossett Western Lumber company of Wauna and distributed in Portland by the Rowell...

6. 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...

7. State history. Native Americans. Weddings & divorces. 1919-08-29 State history. Native Americans. Weddings & divorces. 1919-08-29 State history; Native Americans; weddings & divorces; Lillie V. Penny; Nez Perce Indians; George Penny; Native American women Nez Perce Indian seeks divorce. - Lillie V. Penny, a member of the Nez Perce tribe of Indians, has filed suit for divorce against George Penny, who is also an Indian. The plantiff, who says the marriage...

8. State history. State officials. U. S. Senators. Jones, Wesley L. 1925-08-21 ? State history. State officials. U. S. Senators. Jones, Wesley L. 1925-08-21 ? State history; Washington; Senator Wesley L. Jones of Washington; politics; government; United States Congress Senate; United States Congress House ; Senator Jones is improving after illness. - Senator Jones of Washington who went to Emergency hospital several days ago to be treated for an abdominal ailment, has undergone a preliminary operation and...

9. State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Leavy, Charles H. 1937-10-13 State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Leavy, Charles H. 1937-10-13 State history; Washington; Representative Charles H. Leavy of Washington; politics; government; United States Congress House; Postmaster General James A. Farley Leavy provides Farley venison. - When Postmaster General James A. Farley breakfasts in Spokane Thursday morning he will be treated to Okanogan county venison bagged yesterday by Congressman Charles H....

10. State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-06-24 State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-06-24 State history; Washington; Representative Marion A. Zioncheck of Washington; politics; government; United States Congress House; mental health Zioncheck moved to new hospital--Now being treated in private institution at Towson, Md.; Jury hearing of case to be dismissed.

11. State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-06-24 State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-06-24 State history; Washington; Representative Marion A. Zioncheck of Washington; politics; government; United States Congress House; mental health Zioncheck moved to new hospital--Now being treated in private institution at Towson, Md.; Jury hearing of case to be dismissed. - Representative Marion A. Zioncheck of Washington was taken tonight to a...

12. State history. Grand Coulee dam. Accidents. Falls. 1934-12-11 State history. Grand Coulee dam. Accidents. Falls. 1934-12-11 Washington state history; state history; Grand Coulee dam; accidents; falls; Harold W. Doyles; E . I. Sorenson, Dr. ; Dam worker injured. - Falling 15 feet onto a bridge caisson and landing on his head and shoulders, Harold W. Doyles, Oroville, Wash., suffered a fractured skull Saturday, was treated by Dr. E. I. Sorenson,...

13. State history. State of Washington Government. State Penitentiary. Paroles, pardons and reprieves. 1937-02-12 State history. State of Washington Government. State Penitentiary. Paroles, pardons and reprieves. 1937-02-12 State history; Washington; Washington State; government; politics; state penitentiary; Washington State Penitentiary; imprisonment; prisons; parole; pardon; reprieve; Washington State Board of Prison Terms and Paroles Parole board's action dispels hope for many. - Consternation prevails as jailed men await results from convictions. - Despondency and despair prevail in the county jail where a number of accused men are...

14. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-10-01 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-10-01 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Strikes delay road building - lumber held from Deary region by labor troubles - Completion of highway work in this area is being held up because of west coast strikes. Specifications for bridges call for...

15. Northwest history. Mining. Bids & contracts. 1929-07-14 Northwest history. Mining. Bids & contracts. 1929-07-14 Northwest history; mining industry; bids; contracts Douglas company gives mill job - The Douglas Mining company has let a contract for the hauling of 500 tons of ore to the Sweeny mill near Kellogg, where it will be treated before going to the smelter and...

16. Northwest history. Mining. Developments. 1931-10-10 Northwest history. Mining. Developments. 1931-10-10 Northwest history; mining industry; developments; mineral resources; mines ; Golconda ores pay for work.
In spite of metal prices, ore in the Golconda is sufficiently rich to practically take care of all expenses of development, Judge A.H. Featherstone of Wallace said at the...

17. Northwest history. Mining. Discovery. 1925-05-22 Northwest history. Mining. Discovery. 1925-05-22 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; mine examination; prospecting; Boise; Golden Seal; Idaho; Dry creek ; Find rich ore close to Boise - Rejuvenation of the mining industry around Boise and in the mountains of Boise and Ada counties is foreshadowed, experts say, by recent developments at the Golden Seal property,...

18. Northwest history. Mining. Fertilizer. 1937-10-23 Northwest history. Mining. Fertilizer. 1937-10-23 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; fertilizers; E. J. Iddings ; Idaho phosphate aids idaho soil. - Coincident with the recent phosphate policy planning meeting of national experts at Pocatello, with relation to southeastern Idaho's large deposits of phosphate-bearing...

19. Northwest history. Industrial Workers of the World. 1918-03-22 Northwest history. Industrial Workers of the World. 1918-03-22 Northwest history; labor unions; labor relations; Industrial Workers of the World; labor unrest; Senator Jones of Washington I.W.W. coddled senators told . Treat them as all spies are treated in war times, says Jones. Menace to loyal. - People are growing desperate and may take law in own hands.

20. State history. Native Americans. Aged Native Americans. 1920-08-15 State history. Native Americans. Aged Native Americans. 1920-08-15 State history; Native Americans; aged Native Americans; Chippewa Indians; Ge-be-nah-gwen-wono; vaudeville ; Indian, 130, in Vaudeville. - Aged Chippewa does Indian and voyagers' dances. - Ga-be-nah-gwen-wono, the 130-year-old Chippewa Indian, more generally known as John Smith or Wrinkly Meat, featured a vaudeville...
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