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They came to a ridge.

Author: Ann Nilsson Driscoll
Publisher: Moscow, Idaho, Printed by News Review Pub. Co. [1970]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Palouse country is known as the farming country extending from Lewiston, Idaho, north to Rosalia, Washington, west to LaCross, Washington and east to the timberline. Pioneers came from many different areas of the United States for trapping, mining, and to homestead. Included within the area are American Ridge and Driscoll Ridge.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Driscoll.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Nilsson Driscoll
OCLC Number: 124646
Description: 96 pages illustrations, map, portraits 23 cm
Responsibility: Edited by Maryann McKie.

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The Palouse country is known as the farming country extending from Lewiston, Idaho, north to Rosalia, Washington, west to LaCross, Washington and east to the timberline. Pioneers came from many different areas of the United States for trapping, mining, and to homestead. Included within the area are American Ridge and Driscoll Ridge.

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