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Nampa, Idaho, 1885-1985 : a journey of discovery

Author: Lynda Campbell Clark; Nampa Centennial Committee.
Publisher: Nampa, Idaho : Pacific Press, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st ed
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A century of history of Nampa, Idaho. In 1885, Alexander Duffes took out a homestead on the land where Nampa is now located. The town was officially incorporated Semptember 8, 1886. Initially referred to as the "New Jerusalem" because Duffes refused to sell town lots to people who planned to build saloons, ironically, Nampa became home to a brewery in 1907. In 1919, the Pocatello, Idaho newspaper called Nampa "the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lynda Campbell Clark; Nampa Centennial Committee.
ISBN: 0816306400 9780816306404
OCLC Number: 12949914
Description: 250 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 30 cm
Responsibility: Lynda Campbell Clark ; picture research by Gerda Ruppert ; sponsored by Nampa Centennial Committee.

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A century of history of Nampa, Idaho. In 1885, Alexander Duffes took out a homestead on the land where Nampa is now located. The town was officially incorporated Semptember 8, 1886. Initially referred to as the "New Jerusalem" because Duffes refused to sell town lots to people who planned to build saloons, ironically, Nampa became home to a brewery in 1907. In 1919, the Pocatello, Idaho newspaper called Nampa "the Socialist center of Idaho". This book takes the reader from the beginnings of the town through the development of business, institutions, wars and the depression and beyond.

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