Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Courts at Clinton — Another Look

A segment of the courts in Clinton’s North Yard, photographed by the late Josh Freiwald, Sep., 1972 I noted in a blog post, here, three years ago that I was curious about how much change and how much stability Clinton … Continue reading

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1918’s Influenza Epidemic, Here – Part 1, The View from Nine Mile Cemetery, Wallace, Idaho

By Ron Roizen and Dennis O’Brien The authors thank Jennifer Backman, M.D., for her help deciphering a number of the death certificates used in this analysis. November, 1918 was the worst month, according to Nine Mile Cemetery’s mute but somber … Continue reading

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Shoshone County’s Fallen World War I Warriors: Three Plaque Omissions

By Francie Lane and Ron Roizen The War Mothers Plaque on the green by the Wallace Carnegie Library commemorates Shoshone County’s fallen World War I warriors.  The names of 44 men are honored on the tablet.  As it happens, we … Continue reading

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