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2008-10, October 2008 (Nezperce)

2008-10, October 2008 (Nezperce)


Volume 8 Number 1

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    Queen of Horses: Celebrity in the Old West
    by Philip A. Homan

    Arguably the most famous western woman of her time, Idaho horse rancher Kittie Wilkins is little-known now. Using old and new research methods, an Idaho library scientist has unearthed huge amounts of fresh information on this important figure.

    Nezperce—Spotlight City
    by Margo Aragon

    What can a quiet, out-of-the-way farming town offer to the visitor, aside from friendly greetings, customs that go way back, serious conversation, and the stimulus to regard the beauty of the day? What else, indeed.

    Fisherman’s Daughter: More Than Drowning Worms
    by Diane Roberts

    From age four she was her father’s fishing partner, and over the years they covered plenty of Idaho’s back trails. In this wistful and subtle memoir, the author reminds us of what every angler knows: it’s never only about catching fish.


    Editor’s Note: Working the Mine, by Steve Bunk; Remembering Ed W. Freeman

    Ghost Towns: Silent Places; A Practiced Eye Can See into the Secret Life of Ghost Towns, by Leland Howard

    Up, Up, and Away: Seaplanes Shock Terrestrials!; How to Take Off with No Wheels, by Mike Kincaid

    Profile: From Budapest to Bonners Ferry; At Eighty-seven, Imre Schmidt Still Swims Across Lake Pend Oreille, by Desiré Aguirre

    Dark Chapter: The River Ran Red; At Bear River in 1863, a Band of Shoshone Suffered the West’s Worst Massacre, by Jonathan Shipley

    Come and Get It: Everything But the Squeal; Making Sausage “the Old Italian Way” Isn’t for the Lazy or Faint at Heart, by Marylyn Cork

    Idaho Writer: Staring Back at Myself; Memoirist Brandon Schrand Revives His Colorful Youth in Soda Springs, by Donna Emert

    Life Lessons: Real Writers Don’t Die; Neither Mountain nor Fire nor Miles to Go Kept Annie Vanderbilt from Her Twenty-six Year Quest for a Published Novel, by Colleen Daly

    Winged Things: White Crow, by Dale Toweill

    Music Maker: Perfectly Good Guitarist; When It Comes to Influence on the Idaho Music Scene, John Hansen Is the Bridge and the Chorus, by Rich O’Hara

    Recipe Contest: Idaho Morel Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, by Matthew Erlandson; Pumpkin Fudge; Roasted Balsamic Tomato Bites, by Kristin Alberson

    October Contributors

    Boise, Bonners Ferry, Coeur d’Alene, Kaniksu National Forest, Ketchum, Meridian, Moscow, Nezperce, North Fork, Owyhee, Preston, Priest Lake, Rupert