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An illustrated history of the Big Bend country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams, and Franklin counties, state of Washington . scharged our subject went tothe Coeur d Alene country and wrought in themines for a few months. Then he returned tothe warehouse business, locating at Lind,Washington, in July, 1901. With three asso-ciates, he purchased a township of land andhe now owns seventeen hundred acres inAdams and Franklin counties. On July 15, 1891, at Colton, Washington,Mr. Gage married Kittie Maynard, who wasborn in McMinnville, Oregon, the daughter ofJohn and Mary (Merchant) Maynard, nativ

An illustrated history of the Big Bend country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams, and Franklin counties, state of Washington . scharged our subject went tothe Coeur d Alene country and wrought in themines for a few months. Then he returned tothe warehouse business, locating at Lind,Washington, in July, 1901. With three asso-ciates, he purchased a township of land andhe now owns seventeen hundred acres inAdams and Franklin counties. On July 15, 1891, at Colton, Washington,Mr. Gage married Kittie Maynard, who wasborn in McMinnville, Oregon, the daughter ofJohn and Mary (Merchant) Maynard, nativ Stock Photo
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An illustrated history of the Big Bend country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams, and Franklin counties, state of Washington . scharged our subject went tothe Coeur d Alene country and wrought in themines for a few months. Then he returned tothe warehouse business, locating at Lind,Washington, in July, 1901. With three asso-ciates, he purchased a township of land andhe now owns seventeen hundred acres inAdams and Franklin counties. On July 15, 1891, at Colton, Washington,Mr. Gage married Kittie Maynard, who wasborn in McMinnville, Oregon, the daughter ofJohn and Mary (Merchant) Maynard, nativesof Indiana and Oregon, respectively, and nowliving in Colton, Washington. The fathercame to the Pacific coast in 1861 with his pa-rents. To this union, four children have beenborn: Zetta, aged twelve; Gertrude, ten;Eleanor, four; and Eugene W., who died wheneighteen months old. Mr. Gage has fourbrothers, James E., Charles A., Warren, andHerbert, and two sisters, Mrs. J. B. Schafferand Mrs. Frank S. Towner. Mrs. Gage hastwo brothers^ Thaddeus and Jay. Mr. Gage is a Republican and a substantialand highly esteemed citizen.. PALOUSE FALLS, FRANKLIN COUNTY PART V HISTORY OF FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAPTER I. CURRENT EVENTS—1805 TO 1902. It was in 1805, at the time of the Lewisand Clarke expedition, that Franklin countywas first visited by white men. At that periodit was a veritable wilderness, giving little evi-dence of the magnificent resources which havesince been developed. In the autumn of 1805the famous exploring party, headed by Cap;tains Lewis and Clarke, came to the confluenceof the Snake and Columbia rivers, the mostsouthern point of Franklin county. They hadcome down from above the present present siteof Lewiston, Idaho, where they had left thechief settlement of the Nez Perce tribeof Indians. Not far below here theyhad built canoes and on the morningof October 7th, the whole party hadstarted down the Kooskooskee, now the Clear-water river, and after entering the Lewis, orSnak

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