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Volume XXVI Number 2, Summer 2017 #125

A Montana Born Tom Sawyer

A Montana Born Tom Sawyer

George Fleming, age 10

Along the Kootenai River, 1928

Table of Contents

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A Round of Watermelon a photograph
3
Summer Outing at Glen Lake a photograph
5
Letters to the Editor, etc
6
The Journal an editorial
7
T Tales
8
A Conversation with Bob Fleming
12
Arthur Julian Fleming, U.S. Customs Inspector
12
Pearls of Wisdom, O. V. “Mac” McCurry
14
The Founding of Stryker by Col. James Openshaw as told by Ollie Taylor
16 & 17
Centerfold: Them that Served
18
Deputy Game Warden Frank Baney
19
Across the Divide David Peterson
20
Pioneer Days: Duncan McDonald, reprinted from the Kootenai Times
21
Duncan McDonald a sidebar
22
Best of The Trail: Pioneer Days:The Lost Silver Mine of the Wolf Creek Section
23
Reflections - Summer 1917
24
A Brief History of U. S. Forest Service Communication
25
The Townsend Club of Eureka
26
The Birth of a Station by Oliver Coburn
28
A Book Review: The Big Burn
29
Early Days in the Forest Service by David S. Olsen
30
A Soldier’s Diary
31
Roy Eischelberger’s Diary - Summer 1937
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