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Woods Wilbur W. Wright Hank and Helen Zimet, in memory of W. J. Gamble Lee and Nora Eccher Zimmer Page xx North Central Idaho in the early twentieth century. Page 1 Chapter One The Setting Prairie and Forest The hills are too large, the Palouse landscape too immense to master its shape from eye level. Rolling hill runs into rolling hill, open and undulating, a mesmerizing sameness only occasionally broken by streambed or hollow. Walking the land gives some impression of ocean swells, but to understand its sea-like nature a better view is needed.

Roe, in memory of Virgil P. Roe Malcolm E. Rossman Philip and Leona Sawyer Marie and D. F. Scharnhorst Robert R. Schnurr, in memory of Fred and Gladys Schnurr O. V. Smiset, in memory of Nels Smiset Dr. Victor C. Smith, in memory of Dottie Murray Smith Kemet and Mariel Spence Bill and Marilyn Stephens, in memory of George H. Turner Douglas K. and Carol Strong Dwight and Cleora Strong Howard I. and Mary Newton Strong, in memory of Lewis Newton Charles G. , in memory of the C. G. Talbott Family Taylor Insurance Agency Donald W.

7/67/0979686 subject : Potlatch Corporation--History, Lumber trade--Idaho--History, Company towns--Idaho--History, Potlatch (Idaho)--Economic conditions. Page iv Copyright (c) 1987 by the Board of Regents of Washington State University All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including recording, photocopying, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

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