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21. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1931-06-13 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1931-06-13 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; John W. Hummel; civil war veterans Civil War veteran, Yakima resident for 60 years, now messenger "Boy." - John W. Hummel, 81, United States army veteran and man of varied experiences, is messenger "boy" for the Wapato telegraph office....

22. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1930-03-19 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1930-03-19 State history; Native Americans; crimes; murder; Helen Moses; Susie Moses; Clarence Hartley; Northport, Washington; Colville Indians; Colville, Washington; Native American women; Charles Leavy, judge Colville girl gets 10 years. - Indian murderess and boy given sentences by Judge Leavy. - Helen Moses, pretty 20-year-old Colville Indian maiden, and her purported white lover, Clarence Hartley, 22, must...

23. State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-05-01 State history. State officials. U.S. Representatives. Zioncheck, Marion A. 1936-05-01 State history; Washington; Representative Marion A. Zioncheck of Washington; politics; government; United States Congress House; reckless driving; Judge James R. Duncan Congressional "bad boy" is fined on two more charges. - Representative Marion Zioncheck, honeymooning "bad boy" of congress, was fined $50 and costs today for reckless driving along the Mt. Vernon highway...

24. State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Pouring concrete. 1935-11-28 State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Pouring concrete. 1935-11-28 State history; Grand Coulee dam; construction; concrete; injuries; concrete plants Coulee dam - Dials, needles busy at plant. - Final calibrations are being made--Injured boy in bad shape. - Amid a maze of scales, balances, lights and a myriad of measuring apparatus, skilled workment...

25. State history. Native Americans. Allotments. 1936-04-09 State history. Native Americans. Allotments. 1936-04-09 State history; Native Americans; United States Indian Affairs; Native American allotments; Cree Chippewa Indians; Native American self-government; Native American treaty, 1868; Montana Cree-Chippewa halfbloods are seeking land allotments and self-government. - Describing themselves as the "first settlers" of Montana, several hundred half-blood members of the Cree-Chippewa tribe in Phillips...

26. Northwest history. Mining. Discovery. 1931-04-24 Northwest history. Mining. Discovery. 1931-04-24 Northwest history; mining industry; discovery; mineral resources; mine examination; prospecting ; Cut yankee boy vein in sunshine. - More definite information shows that the ore body reached on the 1700-foot level in the Sunshine in in the Coeur d'Alenes seems to be as good or better as the ore on...

27. Northwest history. Mining. Biography. 1937-07-02 Northwest history. Mining. Biography. 1937-07-02 Northwest history; mining industry; biography; Lyndon King Armstrong Dean of mining - he visioned Spokane as the mining capitol of the west - years of careful study has convinced teh nationally known engineer that the fabulous mineral resources of this inter-mountain region...

28. State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1936-06-08 State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1936-06-08 State history; Native Americans; obituaries; David Lookingglass, Jr. Death takes last of famous family. - David Lookingglass, Jr., only male descendant of famous Chief who fell in last Nez Perce war. - The death today of David Lookingglass, Jr., meant the passing of one...

29. 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...

30. Northwest history. Mining. Developments. 1915-10-01 Northwest history. Mining. Developments. 1915-10-01 Northwest history; mining industry; developments; mineral resources; mines; Idaho; Yankee Boy Mine; J. Melise; Big Creek Leasing Company ; Developing the yankee boy. - Upraise form lower tunnel reported to have been begun. - Reports received from Kellogg, Idaho, state that a 480-foot upraise from the lower tunnel of the Yankee Boy mine, on...

31. State history. State of Washington Government. State Planning Commission. 1937-12-03 State history. State of Washington Government. State Planning Commission. 1937-12-03 State history; Washington; Washington State; government; politics; Washington State Planning Council; Washington State Planning Commission; education; vocational education; Benjamin H. Kizer; James A. Burke Educators urge youth training. - Meeting agrees more should be done for boy ending high school. - Increasing vocational instruction in high schools, emphasizing vocational education in junior colleges...

32. State history. Grand Coulee dam. Social activities. 1936-06-18 State history. Grand Coulee dam. Social activities. 1936-06-18 State history; Grand Coulee dam; social activities; boy scouts Eight boy scouts go to Bremerton. - Eight boy scouts are in Bremerton this week attending a three-day scouting session.

33. State history. Native Americans. Photographs. 1936-10-15 State history. Native Americans. Photographs. 1936-10-15 State history; Native Americans; photographs; Andrew Valenzuela; Mrs. Pauline Valenzuela; White Horse Eagle; Native American women; Osage Indians; Aged Native americans Elderly osage on errand of mercy. - Holding 3-months-old Andrew Valenzuela, White Horse Eagle, who says he is 115 years of age, is shown as appeared at the District Attorney's office seeking to aid the...

34. Northwest history. Mining. Corporations & mergers. 1921-07-18 Northwest history. Mining. Corporations & mergers. 1921-07-18 Northwest history; mining industry; corporations; mergers; finances; Idaho; Elgin & Ogden Mining Company; Wesley J. Herring; Josiah Hill; Lester S. Harrison; Harry Simmonds; E. Gay ; Elgin and Ogden company formed. - Organization of the Elgin & Ogden Mining company was completed Saturday night at Kellogg when the directors and officers for the year were named. The company owns a group...

35. Northwest history. Mining. Feature articles. 1935-09-29 Northwest history. Mining. Feature articles. 1935-09-29 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; feature articles; photographs; Bunker Hill Mines Eugene Tousley bought Yankee Girl, consolidated it with Yankee Boy and sees 6-cent stock soar to $25 and end not yet in sight
Back in 1913, Eugene C. Tousley, W1822 Ninth, Spokane, bought the Yankee...

36. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. T. 1928-03-24 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. T. 1928-03-24 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; James N. Glover; Mike Toner; agriculture; farmers Farmer, philosopher and pioneer
Three score and five years of active life in the Inland Empire have not dulled the faith in agriculture of Mike Toner of Walla Walla. Mr. Toner was a visitor in Spokane...

37. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. B. 1918-07-15 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. B. 1918-07-15 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Colonel W. A. Balcher; Postal Telegraph company Father of colfax is messenger boy
Man who founded Washington town delivers messages in Portland.
It's an uncommon thing to have a telegram brought to your office by a "messenger boy" who has built...

38. State history. Native Americans. Honored. 1937-07-25 State history. Native Americans. Honored. 1937-07-25 State history; Native Americans; honored; Olympia, Washington; Stanley F. Atwood, Superintendent; educational scholarships; Native American youths ; Five Indians will get scholarships. - Five Indian boy and girl high school graduates will be selected here Monday for scholarships in state institutions of higher learning, State Superintendent Stanley...

39. State history. Grand Coulee dam. Progress of construction. 1935-02-02 State history. Grand Coulee dam. Progress of construction. 1935-02-02 State history; Grand Coulee dam; progress of construction; MWAK company; photographs; Columbia river; footbridges Foot bridge across Columbia river aids workmen at Coulee dam. - "Let's go for a swing on the cat walk!" promises to be the favorite invitation of any nice boy to his nice girl when in the vicinity of the...

40. State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Photographs. 1935-02-02 State history. Grand Coulee Dam. Construction. Photographs. 1935-02-02 State history; Grand Coulee dam; construction; photographs; illustrations; MWAK; foot bridge; Columbia River ; Foot bridge across Columbia river aids workmen at Coulee dam. - "Let's go for a swing on the cat walk!" promises to be the favorite invitation of any nice boy to his nice girl when in the vicinity of the...
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