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    • Henry Harmon Spalding papers

    • Spalding, Henry Harmon, 1803-1874. --Nez Percé Indians-History. --Lapwai (Idaho)-Missions-History-Sources.
    • Copies of diary and letters of Eliza Hart Spalding. Copies and originals of 1866 petitions from Spalding to the Idaho Territorial governor and the superintendent of Indian Affairs, D.W. Ballard, regarding Spalding's re-appointment to the Nez Perce...
    • Star School

    • towns; schools; students; teachers; group portraits
    • Left to right. 1st row, seated: Walter Breshears, Amos (Cuckleheer) Newell, Leslie Bass, Florence Keith, Ed McDowell, Jim Niccolls, Joe Couzens, Bert Niccolls, Lawerence Couzens, - , Stella Gilman, Chester Smith. 2nd row, seated: Lutie Snyder...
    • Star School 1

    • schools; schoolhouses; group portraits; students; teachers
    • Star School, 1900. Ella Breshears Reed, teacher, later Supit. of Schools, Gem County. Left to right, 1st row: Wallace McDowell, Bert Niccolls, Fred Fouch, Hugh Fouch, Walter Graham, Unidentified . 2nd row: Ed McDowell, Jim Niccolls, Walter...
    • Lapwai Mission Monument

    • Native American; mission churches; missionaries; monuments;
    • Wording on Monument. 1836, Site of Lapwai Mission, the first home, the first school, and the first church in Idaho. Established by Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding and Eliza Hart Spalding. Tablet placed by the Idaho Daughters of the American...

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