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2002-09, September 2002 (Idaho Falls)

2002-09, September 2002 (Idaho Falls)


Volume 1, Number 12

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    The Intrepid Nell Shipman of Lionhead Lodge

    by J. Patrick Kelley

    Idaho proved an ideal backdrop for many of the films produced by silent filmmaker Nell Shipman, one of the nation’s first independent film producers.

    Idaho Falls–Spotlight

    by Mary Jane Fritzen & Todd R. Nordstrom

    Lush greenery and a bustling atmosphere are hallmarks of Idaho Falls. Many credit the arrival of modern irrigation with the success of this thriving eastern Idaho community.

    Dworshak Reservoir

    by Nancy C. Butler

    Dworshak Dam is the tallest straight-axis gravity dam in North America, and the second tallest in the world. Behind the dam, the sparkling waters of the Clearwater River are managed for recreation, navigation, hydropower production, natural resource management and flood control.


    Northern Exposure: Indestructible Hotel Hope: A Diamond in the Rough Frontier
    by J. Patrick Kelley

    Out to Pasture: Second Chances: The Idaho Youth Ranch

    by Kirk Keogh

    Storyteller: Tuning Up in Sandpoint
    by Karen Seashore

    Small Town Flavor: Miller Hardware
    by Lorie Palmer

    Heritage Trust: The Old Southwick Store & Big Falls Inn
    by IM Staff

    Idaho Essay: My Summer Vacation
    by Ann T. Peden

    Free Range Verse: Canon Ghosts
    by “Barbed Wire” Ben Aitken


    Boise, Dworshak Dam, Grangeville, Hope, Idaho Falls, Island Park, Orofino, Priest Lake, Riggins, Rupert, Sandpoint

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