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Browsing Transcriptions by Author "Fuller, George W."

Browsing Transcriptions by Author "Fuller, George W."

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  • Fuller, George W. (UNKNOWN, 1926)
    "The most important placers were located following the discoveries in the Nez Perce and Salmon river districts were the John Day and the Power river districts in Eastern Oregon, the Boise basin and Owhyee in Southern Idaho ...
  • Fuller, George W. (UNKNOWN, 1960)
    "The Indians of this region, unlike the natives of Arizona and New Mexico, did not practice irrigation until they were taught to do so by the missionaries. Marcus Whitman seems to have been the pioneer in the introduction ...
  • Fuller, George W.; Whitwell, G. E.; Patty, E. N. (UNKNOWN, 1925)
    "It has been estimated that two thirds of the downtown business blocks in Spokane were built with the proceeds of mining sales and dividends. Most of the branch railway lines which radiate from Spokane were constructed to ...
  • Fuller, George W. (UNKNOWN, 1960)
    "Near the close of the Bannock war a few renegades who had been concerned in the trouble moved north of the Columbia, murdered a white family by the name of Perkins and stayed in the Sinkiuse country. Howard went to Moses' ...



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