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  • Lapwai is a city in the northwest United States, in Nez Perce County, Idaho Its population was 1, 137 at the 2010 census, and it is the seat of government
  • Idaho Fort Boise 1863 1879 Boise Camp Lapwai 1862 1863 Lapwai Nez Perce National Historic Park Fort Lapwai 1863 1866, 1866 1884 Lapwai Nez
  • wife of Walt Disney, from 1925 until his death in 1966. Born Lillian Marie Bounds in Spalding, Idaho she grew up in nearby Lapwai on the Nez Perce Indian
  • Vancouver for supplies, they backed down the trail to Lapwai near present - day Lewiston, Idaho The Spaldings finally settled into their new home on November
  • Shively worked as a stenographer at the Nez Perce Indian agency in Lapwai Idaho Thorpe, Ellsworth W. September 1, 1933 Early Cougar Coaches Hard
  • spent the first three years of her life on the Nez Perce Reservation in Lapwai Idaho before moving to Seattle with her mother. Kauffman attended the University
  • Following is a list of notable people who were either born in the American state of Idaho or lived there for a substantial amount of time. Contents: Top
  • commemorate the history, culture, and stories of the people Its headquarters are located in Lapwai Idaho Minidoka National Historic Site, established in
  • flood, Newell moved to Lapwai Idaho where he worked as an interpreter and commissioner for the army outpost at that location from 1862 to 1868. His second
  • American Indians, 1944. He was the superintendent of the Northern Idaho Agency in Lapwai from 1944 until his death in 1949. Hospitalized in Lewiston for several
                                     
  • Washington, northern Idaho and southern parts of British Columbia. Eventually, Prine settled in the small community of Lapwai in the Idaho panhandle. Once
  • Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho and govern their Indian reservation in Idaho through a central government headquartered in Lapwai Idaho known as the Nez Perce
  • Affairs in the Idaho Territory. O Neill worked out of Lapwai and in 1865 was working as an Indian agent for the Nez Perce Agency in Idaho He continued
  • unincorporated Clarkston, Washington Culdesac, Idaho Lapwai Idaho Lewiston, Idaho Principal city Peck, Idaho Spalding, Idaho unincorporated West Clarkston - Highland
  • established in 1969. Originally it was a mill pond, created in 1910 by damming Lapwai Creek. Water quality issues at the lake were addressed with the installation
  • first trading post in Idaho was constructed. In 1836, the Reverend Henry H. Spalding established a Protestant mission near Lapwai where he printed the
  • Idaho prior to European settlement was inhabited by Native American peoples some of whom still live in the area. In the early 19th century, Idaho was
  • age 65 or over. Culdesac Lapwai Lewiston Peck Sweetwater Gifford Jacques Lenore Myrtle Southwick Spalding Waha List of Idaho counties National Register
  • census, down from 556 in 2000. The city is named for Colonel William Craig 1809 69 a mountain man who had a Nez Perce wife. He settled at Lapwai near his
  • starting in 1860. A smaller reservation was negotiated with the Kamiah and Lapwai bands of Nez Perce, with a treaty signed in 1867. The Salmon - Wallowa and
  • of Nez Perce County, Idaho United States, in the state s north central region. It is the second - largest city in the northern Idaho region, behind Coeur
                                     
  • UAV Blair is a graduate of Lapwai High School and the University of Idaho Blair grew up on a farm near Kendrick, Idaho and currently manages it. In
  • horse breed of the Nez Perce tribe of Idaho The Nez Perce Horse Registry NPHR program began in 1995 in Lapwai Idaho and is based on cross - breeding the
  • mission was established in 1837 among the Nez Perces at Lapwai near the present Lewiston, Idaho by Reverend H.H. Spaulding. Two years later, he set up
  • in 1898 was not played because Idaho had an ineligible ringer from Lapwai F.J. McFarland, a recent All - American from Carlisle. The Vandals first - ever
  • in 1898 was not played because Idaho had an ineligible ringer from Lapwai F.J. McFarland, a recent All - American from Carlisle. The Vandals first - ever
  • 1803 1843 U.S. Presbyterian missionary, established the Lapwai Mission in 1836 in what is now Idaho J. Mark Spalding born 1965 American Roman Catholic
  • later he was accused of running off horses in Idaho and turned himself in to the commander of Fort Lapwai Lane was sentenced to do construction work.
  • filmed in Pierce and Reubens in northern Idaho The Native American extras were Nez Perce, mostly from Lapwai Railroad scenes were filmed on the Camas
  • Justin Guillory, a descendant of the Nez Perce Tribe from the Nez Perce Indian Reservation in Lapwai Idaho NWIC is a member of the American Indian Higher

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