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Phenomenology Research Addendum:

What was life like in the early
days in valley County?
A Photo Essay
Phenomenology Research
Early Days in valley County
Idaho Pioneer Women
Graduated in 1927, Cascade High School
47 years in education

Eleanor Morgan Manning
Cascade High School - 1937
Photo themes
I. Settlements & Transportation:

Van Wyck
Crawford
Cascade
Thunder City
Cabarton
Photo Themes
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Settlements & Transportation
Homesteads and Agriculture
Indigenous People
Timber
Mining
Recreati...
Long Valley Settlements
By early 1890‟s several towns developed in the
southern Long Valley
Among the first was
 Crawford...
Southern Long Valley
Settlements
Each was a center of local commerce, a
source of community pride, and each
provided a net...
Settlements
Outside these small communities,
schools would double as community
centers and the rise of the Grange
afforded...
Settlements - Van Wyck
Established in 1884 by Levi Kimball Family--Underwater by 1948
Settlements - Crawford

Crawford - on the Warm Lake Road

Existed until 1914 when it was all moved to Cascade
because of t...
Thunder City: 1895
Cabarton - Logging
Settlement: 1915
Cabarton - Logging
Settlement

Al‟s Pool Hall - Where kids could get ice cream!
Cabarton - Logging
Settlement

Looking North on the pool hall, shop, homes, school…
Cabarton: 1920
Settlements
Cascade - 1916
Settlements - Cascade

Cascade -1917
Settlements

Cascade - 1918
Settlements
Cascade - 1936
Settlements
Cascade - Early 1940‟s
Settlements: 1920
Cascade - Banking
Settlements - Cascade

Cascade Butcher Shop
Sollie & Frank Callender

Glenn Morris - Cascade Auto
Settlements
Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1925
Settlements
Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1930
Settlements
Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1928
Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1928
Cascade - 4th of July Parade
Settlements
Cascade Wins County Seat!

First Long Valley County Council Members - 1917
Settlements
Cascade - Before the Move to Cabarton

Boise Payette - 1914
Settlements and
Transportation 1900

No Bridge! Stage Coach Fording the River
Transportation - Early Route to
Southern Long Valley
Prior to 1905 (No Google Maps) travel by wagon:

•East along the Paye...
Transportation - 1914
Railroad Route
to Southern Long Valley
As the Pacific and Idaho Northern tracks worked
their way up ...
Transportation - Mail
Mail delivered to central distribution points like Cascade
had be delivered by dogsled in the winter...
Transportation
Smith‟s Ferry
Southern Long Valley
Homesteading & Agriculture
Homesteading
and Agriculture
K Scott - cutting
firewood in Long
Valley
Homesteading 1920‟s

Getting Logs for Firewood - F.M. Kerby Ranch
Lafe Cantrall Family
Round Valley Homestead 1890
Homesteading
Lafe Cantrall Family
Homesteading
Callender Family 1915
Homesteading
Dunn Brothers - A Sad Story
Homesteading 1899

Pioneer Women - Gertrude Coski Scott
Homesteading 1899
Pioneer Women
Homesteading - Pioneer Women
1922
Marion Morgan Kerby
Pioneer Teacher &
School Board Member
Homesteading - Pioneer Women

Fiona Nasi – Donnelly 1931
Homesteading - Siblings
Kerby
Homestead
1930
Kerby Homestead - Haying

When There Was a Need - Neighbors Helped Each Other
Haying with Horses

K. Scott Homestead
Homesteading
Putting up Hay in
Round Valley!
John Hasbrouck - Haying
Combines
“Only one person
would own a
combine, and
they would go to
the different
farms to cut the...
Sheep Ranching
Aikman Ranch in Round Valley - 1897
Alpha
Grange
Charter Members
1935
Alpha Grange Float
Homesteading - Schools

Round Valley School - Built in the late 1800‟s
Homesteading - Schools
Round Valley
School – 1910

Mary D. Kerby

Teacher
Homesteading - Schools
Alpha Grade
School 1936-37
Homesteading
Sunday Schools

Alpha Sunday
School Class
Merry-Go-Round
Homesteading
Alpha Cemetery
Homesteading - Cemeteries
Transportation
Smith‟s Ferry Hotel 1910
Transportation
Callender Stage Coach
Transportation 1915
Laying Track - Outside Cascade
Settlements
Payette River Before Cascade Dam
Blasting for the Dam Cascade
1945-46
Settlements
Cascade Dam Construction
Looking
upstream
1947

Dam Construction Completed in 1948
Indigenous People
Mid 1800‟s
Indigenous
People
Centuries before Lewis and
Clark crossed northern Idaho,
what we now know as Long
Valley was once the su...
Indigenous People
Indigenous People
Indigenous People

Wedding Gifts
Indigenous People

Women Riding
Timber - Hauling Logs South
timber

Cruising Timber High Valley 1927
Hallack & Howard at Beaver Creek - 1930

timber
timber
H & H Log Chute - 1930
timber
H & H Log Chute
Beaver Creek 1930
timber
Timber - Early Logging Trucks

Round Valley 1922
timber
Timber - Hauling Logs

Estill Trucks Hauling through Cascade
Taking a Break!

timber
timber

Skidding to a Landing
Timber
Horse Skidding Teams
Timber - Cats Skidding
Timber - Loading Logs
Timber - Loading Logs
Long Valley
Mining
West Mountain Mine
Owned by Vic Ax

1910
Mining
Mining
Thunder
Mountain
Sluice Box
1918
Horse Team hauling mining
Equipment 1915
Mining – Stibnite 1940‟s
Recreation - 1923
Recreation
Dog Sled Racing 1920‟s

McCall to
Cascade

Donnelly
Pit Stop!
Wow! Look at „em Go!
Recreation: First Ski Meets
At Cascade - Probably at Crown Point
1930‟s
recreation
Recreation –Baseball
Early 1900‟s
Van Wyck
Recreation -Baseball
Recreation - Baseball
Roseberry Team
Recreation
Fishing on Gold Fork 1930‟s
Recreation
Van Wyck Rodeo 1918
Recreation - Cascade

Goodfellows Club - 1938
Thunder Mt. Recreation

Miners Playing A Friendly Game of Tug-of-War 1895
Photo Slide Credits

Photographs used by permission from the
following Valley County pioneer women:
 Marilyn Kerby Callen...
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Hoff Phenomenology Research - ED 574 - Pioneer Life Photo Essay

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This is an addendum to an ED 574 qualitative research paper providing visual background information about what life was like in Valley County during the early pioneer days through the 1940's. The primary paper is a phenomenology research report exploring what it was like to attend and/or teach in early pioneer one-room schools in Valley County.

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Hoff Phenomenology Research - ED 574 - Pioneer Life Photo Essay

  1. 1. Phenomenology Research Addendum: What was life like in the early days in valley County? A Photo Essay
  2. 2. Phenomenology Research Early Days in valley County
  3. 3. Idaho Pioneer Women Graduated in 1927, Cascade High School 47 years in education Eleanor Morgan Manning
  4. 4. Cascade High School - 1937
  5. 5. Photo themes I. Settlements & Transportation: Van Wyck Crawford Cascade Thunder City Cabarton
  6. 6. Photo Themes       Settlements & Transportation Homesteads and Agriculture Indigenous People Timber Mining Recreation
  7. 7. Long Valley Settlements By early 1890‟s several towns developed in the southern Long Valley Among the first was  Crawford  Thunder City  Van Wyck  Arling  Roseberry
  8. 8. Southern Long Valley Settlements Each was a center of local commerce, a source of community pride, and each provided a network of social and familial relationships. A number of local mills supplied lumber for the growing communities.
  9. 9. Settlements Outside these small communities, schools would double as community centers and the rise of the Grange afforded rural families with social connections. Land, water and timber from the wilderness provided the raw material for these rural communities.
  10. 10. Settlements - Van Wyck Established in 1884 by Levi Kimball Family--Underwater by 1948
  11. 11. Settlements - Crawford Crawford - on the Warm Lake Road Existed until 1914 when it was all moved to Cascade because of the railroad.
  12. 12. Thunder City: 1895
  13. 13. Cabarton - Logging Settlement: 1915
  14. 14. Cabarton - Logging Settlement Al‟s Pool Hall - Where kids could get ice cream!
  15. 15. Cabarton - Logging Settlement Looking North on the pool hall, shop, homes, school…
  16. 16. Cabarton: 1920
  17. 17. Settlements Cascade - 1916
  18. 18. Settlements - Cascade Cascade -1917
  19. 19. Settlements Cascade - 1918
  20. 20. Settlements Cascade - 1936
  21. 21. Settlements Cascade - Early 1940‟s
  22. 22. Settlements: 1920 Cascade - Banking
  23. 23. Settlements - Cascade Cascade Butcher Shop Sollie & Frank Callender Glenn Morris - Cascade Auto
  24. 24. Settlements Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1925
  25. 25. Settlements Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1930
  26. 26. Settlements Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1928
  27. 27. Cascade - 4th of July Parade 1928
  28. 28. Cascade - 4th of July Parade
  29. 29. Settlements Cascade Wins County Seat! First Long Valley County Council Members - 1917
  30. 30. Settlements Cascade - Before the Move to Cabarton Boise Payette - 1914
  31. 31. Settlements and Transportation 1900 No Bridge! Stage Coach Fording the River
  32. 32. Transportation - Early Route to Southern Long Valley Prior to 1905 (No Google Maps) travel by wagon: •East along the Payette River •North through Sweet and Ola •Up through High Valley •Cross the Payette River at Smith‟s Ferry •Over the hill to Round Valley or further north to Long Valley on the east side of the river
  33. 33. Transportation - 1914 Railroad Route to Southern Long Valley As the Pacific and Idaho Northern tracks worked their way up the Payette River Canyon in 1913 and 1914, businesses in Thunder City, Crawford, VanWyck and Roseberry moved to the new towns of Cascade and Donnelly which were located on the rail line.
  34. 34. Transportation - Mail Mail delivered to central distribution points like Cascade had be delivered by dogsled in the winter to outlying mining and timber camps. Ultimately bush-flying services would carry the mail and provide delivery services to the backcountry.
  35. 35. Transportation Smith‟s Ferry
  36. 36. Southern Long Valley Homesteading & Agriculture
  37. 37. Homesteading and Agriculture K Scott - cutting firewood in Long Valley
  38. 38. Homesteading 1920‟s Getting Logs for Firewood - F.M. Kerby Ranch
  39. 39. Lafe Cantrall Family Round Valley Homestead 1890
  40. 40. Homesteading Lafe Cantrall Family
  41. 41. Homesteading Callender Family 1915
  42. 42. Homesteading Dunn Brothers - A Sad Story
  43. 43. Homesteading 1899 Pioneer Women - Gertrude Coski Scott
  44. 44. Homesteading 1899 Pioneer Women
  45. 45. Homesteading - Pioneer Women 1922 Marion Morgan Kerby Pioneer Teacher & School Board Member
  46. 46. Homesteading - Pioneer Women Fiona Nasi – Donnelly 1931
  47. 47. Homesteading - Siblings Kerby Homestead 1930
  48. 48. Kerby Homestead - Haying When There Was a Need - Neighbors Helped Each Other
  49. 49. Haying with Horses K. Scott Homestead
  50. 50. Homesteading Putting up Hay in Round Valley!
  51. 51. John Hasbrouck - Haying Combines “Only one person would own a combine, and they would go to the different farms to cut the grain. When they came to your place, you were to feed the crew.” ~Marilyn Whitson
  52. 52. Sheep Ranching Aikman Ranch in Round Valley - 1897
  53. 53. Alpha Grange Charter Members 1935
  54. 54. Alpha Grange Float
  55. 55. Homesteading - Schools Round Valley School - Built in the late 1800‟s
  56. 56. Homesteading - Schools Round Valley School – 1910 Mary D. Kerby Teacher
  57. 57. Homesteading - Schools Alpha Grade School 1936-37
  58. 58. Homesteading Sunday Schools Alpha Sunday School Class Merry-Go-Round
  59. 59. Homesteading Alpha Cemetery
  60. 60. Homesteading - Cemeteries
  61. 61. Transportation Smith‟s Ferry Hotel 1910
  62. 62. Transportation Callender Stage Coach
  63. 63. Transportation 1915 Laying Track - Outside Cascade
  64. 64. Settlements Payette River Before Cascade Dam
  65. 65. Blasting for the Dam Cascade 1945-46
  66. 66. Settlements Cascade Dam Construction Looking upstream 1947 Dam Construction Completed in 1948
  67. 67. Indigenous People Mid 1800‟s
  68. 68. Indigenous People Centuries before Lewis and Clark crossed northern Idaho, what we now know as Long Valley was once the summer home of several tribal groups. Long Valley was a point of overlap for the traditional territories of the Nez Perce to the north, the Shoshone to the southeast and the Paiute to the southwest.
  69. 69. Indigenous People
  70. 70. Indigenous People
  71. 71. Indigenous People Wedding Gifts
  72. 72. Indigenous People Women Riding
  73. 73. Timber - Hauling Logs South
  74. 74. timber Cruising Timber High Valley 1927
  75. 75. Hallack & Howard at Beaver Creek - 1930 timber
  76. 76. timber H & H Log Chute - 1930
  77. 77. timber H & H Log Chute Beaver Creek 1930
  78. 78. timber
  79. 79. Timber - Early Logging Trucks Round Valley 1922
  80. 80. timber
  81. 81. Timber - Hauling Logs Estill Trucks Hauling through Cascade
  82. 82. Taking a Break! timber
  83. 83. timber Skidding to a Landing
  84. 84. Timber Horse Skidding Teams
  85. 85. Timber - Cats Skidding
  86. 86. Timber - Loading Logs
  87. 87. Timber - Loading Logs
  88. 88. Long Valley Mining West Mountain Mine Owned by Vic Ax 1910
  89. 89. Mining
  90. 90. Mining Thunder Mountain Sluice Box 1918
  91. 91. Horse Team hauling mining Equipment 1915
  92. 92. Mining – Stibnite 1940‟s
  93. 93. Recreation - 1923
  94. 94. Recreation Dog Sled Racing 1920‟s McCall to Cascade Donnelly Pit Stop!
  95. 95. Wow! Look at „em Go!
  96. 96. Recreation: First Ski Meets At Cascade - Probably at Crown Point 1930‟s
  97. 97. recreation
  98. 98. Recreation –Baseball Early 1900‟s Van Wyck
  99. 99. Recreation -Baseball
  100. 100. Recreation - Baseball Roseberry Team
  101. 101. Recreation Fishing on Gold Fork 1930‟s
  102. 102. Recreation Van Wyck Rodeo 1918
  103. 103. Recreation - Cascade Goodfellows Club - 1938
  104. 104. Thunder Mt. Recreation Miners Playing A Friendly Game of Tug-of-War 1895
  105. 105. Photo Slide Credits Photographs used by permission from the following Valley County pioneer women:  Marilyn Kerby Callendar Whitson  Frances Kerby Coski  Eileen Scott Evans  Eleanor Morgan Manning  Donna Morgan Peterson

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