Sunday, January 23, 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS - PICTURES

Chapter 1. Wilderness For Adventurers
  • Cabinet Gorge, Idaho
  • Noxon Rapids, Noxon, Montana
  • Mary Moody Steamboat
  • Painting by W. R. 'Chuck' Petersen
Chapter 2. Pathway of Rails
  • William Milnor Robert's camp and NPRR survey crew at Pend Oreille City (circa 1869)
  • Montana Cedar
  • Horse and buggy in Montana cedar country
  • Chinese Laborers
  • NPRR Cabinet Landing
  • The little steam engine
  • NPRR trestle
  • Noxon, Montana NPRR sectionhouse
  • Chinese worker
  • Plains, Montana saloon
Chapter 3. Towns and Trailheads
  • Heron, Montana NPRR depot
  • Heron, Montana (circa 1890s)
  • NPRR train wreck
  • NPRR Division Point, Trout Creek, Montana
  • 4th of July, Heron, Montana
  • Heron, Montana
Chapter 4. Evergreen Wealth
  • Kate and Ed Hampton
  • Sledding at Heron, Montana
  • Jim and Caspar Berray
  • Smeads, Montana
  • Bull River country
  • Higgin's homestead at Smeads, Montana
Chapter 5. Pioneer Opportunists
  • Henry Knott home, Heron, Montana
  • Jim and Caspar Berray's homesteads in the Bull River valley
  • Great Aunt Higgins
  • William J. Higgins
  • Baby Fern Saint 
  • Baby Maxine Higgins
  • NPRR train wreck
  • Smeads, Montana
  • Smeads ferry
  • Heron, Montana street scene
  • Bessie Knott and Mrs. Newell
  • Old house in Smeads, Montana
  • Frank and Algie Berray
Chapter 6. Industrious Men
  • Boating the Clark's Fork River
  • Lottie Colberg
  • Haying at Heron, Montana
Chapter 7. Starting From Scratch
  • William Finnigan
  • 1904 ladies event
  • James Bauer family moving west
  • Gordon family wagon train moving west
  • Bauer and Greer family
  • Noxon, Montana first schoolhouse
  • Noxon school students
Chapter 8. Working Men
  • Log drive on the Clark's Fork River
  • Humbird Planing Mill
  • B. B. Bunn's sawmill
  • Mrs. Ellis and Carrie Virginia Engle
  • Guy Engle
  • Katie and Earl Engle
  • Earl Engle's cabin on Rock Creek
  • NPRR carload of poles and cedar post piles
Chapter 9. The Transportation System
  • Quinn's Cut (between Heron and Noxon, Montana)
  • Noxon's ferry
  • Sheldon S. Brown homestead
  • Ethel Baxter
  • Bauer and Greer families
  • Noxon, Montana horserace
  • Heron, Montana baseball team
  • O'Brians and Laramies
  • NPRR signal maintenance crew
Chapter 10. The People
  • Jim Berray
  • Tallmadge family
  • Edwina Augusta Marshall Tallmadge Stanley
  • Jack, Margaret, Maynard and Laura McDuffy family
  • Irene Bauer and alzier Greer with children
  • Fred P. Allan
  • Annie Allan
  • Noxon, Montana group
Chapter 11. The Government
  • County Commissioners
Chapter 12. Challenges and Hardships
  • Capar Berray and family
  • Heron, Montana teachers
  • Miss LaFey and students
  • Heron, Montana brewery
  • Irvin Hurst and Granville 'Granny' Gordon
  • Jesse and Mary Beason and daughter Nora
  • A group at Marion Cotton's homestead
  • Fern Fulks and Ben SaintNoxon ice skaters
  • Girl and her dog
  • Emmett E. Thomson homestead
  • Emmett E. Thomson family
  • John Bauer family and friends
  • Frances 'Fanny' Hampton
  • Heron, Montana School
Chapter 13. Expansion of Work
  • Winter logging
  • Summer logging
  • Donlan and Moderie Mill
Chapter 14. Laying Out The Forest System
  • Granville 'Granny' Gordon, first US Forest Service Ranger on Bull River
  • Pauline Rathmiller Gordon
  • Gordon family, circa 1903-04
  • Ferdinand Augustus Silcox, US Forest Service officer
  • Bill Cody's Wild West Troupe
  • US Forest Service camp
  • US Forest Service crew
  • 1907-1908 Bull River US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Horse catcher
  • Bull River US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Noxon US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Grandma Gordon's cabin
  • 'Horse Thief Ranger Station
  • Noxon, Montana
  • Trout Creek US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Christmas 1908 in Bull River US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Squaw Peak Rock House
  • Squaw Peak US Forest Service Lookout
Chapter 15. Growing Into A Town
  • William Finnigan's Saloon, Noxon, Montana
  • Charlie Maynard's Noxon Bar
  • William Finnigan's home
  • Rail Bike, Clifford and Ethel Weare, and son Neil
  • Coyer and Bull River char (fish)
  • Noxon, Montana NPRR Depot
  • Baxter Hotel, Noxon, Montana
  • Group on Baxter Hotel veranda
  • Buck's General Merchantile Store
  • L. G. Wagner and oxen
  • Noxon School students
  • Clark's Hotel
  • Noxon Schoolhouse addition
  • Noxon School students
Chapter 16. Around and About
  • William Ellis, US Forest Ranger
  • William and Nettie Ellis
  • Urie Ellis homestead
  • Noxon, Montana community celebration
  • Pauline Gordon
  • Bill Boomer and family
Chapter 17. Local Roads and Railroads
  • Mountain people
  • Road grader and crew
  • NPRR railroad maintenance crew
Chapter 18. 1910 Fire
  • 1910 fire fighting crew
  • Earl Engle's fire fighting camp
  • Harry Tallmadge
  • 1910 fire fighters
Chapter 19. The Hub of Activity
  • George Buck's Store
  • Boomer's Hall
  • Bear trappers
  • Dr. Peek's Store, Noxon, Montana
Chapter 20. Plenty of Jobs
  • Garden at Bull River US Forest Service Ranger Station
  • Stell Gordon on horseback
  • Donlan and Moderie's crw, Elk Creek, Heron, Montana
  • Holtzlander's sawmill, Elk Creek, Heron Montana
  • Laramie's Bull River homestead
  • Blanche, Stella and Grace Gordon
  • John McKay's log chute on Smead's Bench
  • Joe Wagner, Christmas 1912
  • Noxon, Montana winter 1910-1911
Chapter 21. Aggressive Advancement
  • Noxon, Montana, circa 1907
  • Northern Pacific Railroad water tank
  • Charlie Maynard's Noxon Bar
  • Party group
  • Ruth and Charles Thomson
  • Field of clover in Bull River valley
  • Noxon ferry, circa 1912
  • Essie Thomson
  • Ellinwood's waterwheel
  • Bull River, Sanders County, Montana
  • Howard Ellinwood
  • George Gardner and Loren King
  • Marian, Frieda and Clifford A. Weare
Chapter 22. Tried By Fire
  • Earl Engle's fire camp
  • Rock Creek bridge
  • US Forest Service feed stall
  • Frank Berray
  • Stella Gordon
  • Mountain goat pelts
  • Looking east from Squaw Peak
  • US Forest Service pack outfit
  • Jim and Cap Berray homesteads
Chapter 23. Fire Aftermath
  • Group of US Foresters
Chapter 24. Growing Pains
  • Helen Berray and Aleatha Bauer
  • Bauer group outing
  • Harry Tallmadge and George Kaufman
  • Ethel Tallmadge
  • Plains, Montana Saloon
  • Noxon pie eating contest
  • Shoveling out cedar post piles
  • Charlie Munson
  • Putting up winter ice
Chapter 25. Toward Bridges and Roads
  • John Fulks
  • Noxon road building crew
  • Aleatha Bauer Moonen
  • Girl on Noxon road grader
  • Pilick Schoolhouse dance
  • Noxon group
  • Bull River Ranger Station group
  • Art Legault and wife, Julia
Chapter 26. Meeting Community Needs
  • Howard Ellinwood
  • Ellinwood homestead
  • Hazel Ellinwood
  • Irene, Gladys, and Alice Ellinwood
  • Margery and Stewart Hampton
  • Stewart, Bert, Margery, Rose and Art Hampton
  • Irene and Harry Wilson homestead
  • Harry Wilson, George Gardner and Loren King
  • Mrs. Bessie Knott and Mrs. Skinner
  • George Hauffman and Frank Berray
  • Slim Smith, Mary Hampton, Stella Gordon, and Elmer Angst
Chapter 27. The Tempered Stay
  • NPRR at Noxon and railroad spur
  • Noxon, Montana, circa 1916
  • Jess Beason
  • George Gardner, Harry Wilson and Clayton Bauer
  • Noxon women, circa 1916-17
  • Granville 'Skinny' Bauer
  • Loren King and George Gardner
  • George Gardner and Loren King
  • Noxon School students
  • John Bauer homestead
Chapter 28. Determined to Progress
  • Montana Mining and Milling Company -- Gold Hill
  • Outcropping over Tunnel No. 2 -- Montana Milling and Mining company
  • Montana Mining and Milling Company cabin
  • Heron-Smeads ferry
  • Neal and Mildred Weare
  • Ben F. Saint and baby, Montana Saint
  • Trout Creek US Forest Ranger Station
  • Montana Saint and snowman, June 21, 1916
  • Montana, Ben F. and Bob Saint
  • Trained bear show
Chapter 29. An End Portends The Beginning

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