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2001-11, November 2001 (Kooskia & Kamiah)

2001-11, November 2001 (Kooskia & Kamiah)


Volume 1, Number 2

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    My Idaho Papa II
    by Volney Fleischman

    Volney Fleischman recounts his father’s further exploits in early Idaho.

    Kamiah & Kooskia
    by Cheeta Brown & Linwood Laughy

    Today, a river separates, and unites, these ostensibly idyllic logging towns in north-central Idaho.

    Bethine Church–A Woman For All Seasons
    by Larry Gardner

    From the Salmon River Mountains to Russia and beyond, Bethine Church has lived her life on a very large stage.

    A New Home, The Incongruity of it all: Idaho’s Bosnian Refugees
    by John Hanian

    After ten months in a refugee camp in war-torn Bosnia, the Bosnjaks left their homeland, with nearly nothing to make a new life in Idaho.


    By the Wayside: Lolo Pass and the Trail to the Buffalo
    by Joe Relk

    Snapshots: Jump Creek Falls
    by Joe Evancho

    Featured Foliage: Bear Grass

    by Mary Ann Reuter

    Rock & a Hard Place: Hot Springs

    by Dave Fotsch

    Good Neighbors: Hands Across the Border

    by Kathy Nussberger

    Out to Pasture: The Yaks of Kooskia

    by Lorie Palmer

    Free Range Verse: Does a Cowboy Ever Pray

    by “Barbed Wire” Ben Aitken

    Road Tripping: Day Trippin’ on the North Fork of the Payette River

    by Toinette Dickey

    Idaho Waterways: The River Men Remember
    by Ralph Bartholdt

    One Spud Short: Stanley’s Taxi Service…and More
    compiled by IM Staff

    It’s Nothing Really: Idaho Trivia
    by Junior Achievement of Idaho


    Arco, Boise, Bonners Ferry, Gooding, Jump Creek Falls, Kamiah, Kooskia, Lava Hot Springs, Lolo Trail Crossing, Mackay, Payette River, St. Maries, Wendell

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    Weight0.17 oz