Title: All Along the River: Territorial and Pioneer Days on the Payette
Author: Nellie Ireton Mills
Description: Book is lightly bumped at extremities; very small, light indent on front spine edge; pages are free of marks; binding is sound.
This volume concludes with a three page essay by B. C. Payette entitled "The End of the Hudson Bay Monopoly." A very thorough history of the history and people who settled along the Payette River in western Idaho.
Contents: The River; Explorers and Fur Traders; Gold, Trails, Roads and Transportation; Settlers, Indians, Vigilantes, Organized Government; Homes Border the Trails, The Lower Payette Valley and Emmettsville; On Down the River, Falk's Store, Boomerang; Buoners on the Basin Trail (The Marsh and Ireton Ranch); Lower Squaw Creek (Sweet); Upper Squaw Creek (Ola); The Big Bend on the River – Warrinersville or Horseshoe Bend; Jerusalem and the Indian Camp; The Upper Payette Valley (Garden Valley); Tripod, The Ferry, Round Valley; Long Valley and Payette Lake. Includes a few b/w photos and some maps.
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Payette Radio Limited
Place: Montreal, QB, Canada
Size: 6.25 x 9.25 inches.
Pages: 320 pages.
Keywords: Idaho, Payette River, history
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