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2002-01, January 2002 (Glenns Ferry)

2002-01, January 2002 (Glenns Ferry)


Volume 1, Number 4

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    by Jane Freund

    Japanese-American resident aliens and some “enemy aliens,” were held in two Idaho camps during World War II

    Glenns Ferry Spotlight
    compiled by IM Staff

    From its beginning as a crossing point on the Oregon Trail, Glenns Ferry has moved from a railroad center to historical landmark.

    Bisbee: Life and Art Are One
    by Carol Stephens

    Clarence Bisbee recorded the early events, exciting and sublime, in the Magic Valley


    Snapshots: Never Out of Step; Thomas Tvrdy

    by Sarah Barsness

    Small Town Flavor: Orville Jackson–Eagle Drug Store; For fifty-two years, he was never “just out”
    by Mary Ann Reuter

    By The Wayside: Changing With the Times; The Many Faces of Beaver Dick Leigh

    by Joe Relk

    Animal Kingdom: All the World’s a Bird Feeder

    by Mary Ann Reuter

    Profile: From Logging to Lawmaking; Melvin Joseph Snook

    by Cheeta Brown

    One Spud Short: Escape from the Pound; Labs on the Lam

    compiled by IM Staff

    The Storyteller: McGuire and the Moose
    by Joe the Hacker

    Clean Plate Club: The Shanghai
    by Dara Labrum

    Northern Exposure: Finding Her Niche Carving Idaho Wildlife; Sonja Maloney
    by Marylyn Cork

    Idaho Trivia
    by Junior Achievement of Idaho


    Beaver Dick’s Ferry, Beaver Dick’s Park, Buhl, Coolin, Eagle, Glenns Ferry, Grangeville, Kooskia, Minidoka, Orofino, Pocatello, Priest River, Twin Falls

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    Weight0.17 oz