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In 1906, Treasure Valley residents enjoyed the electric interurban line, "Boise & Interurban (B & I)" which connected the Boise Valley to the north of…

Roundhouses were used by the railroad companies primarily to service and store steam locomotives. Nearly every locomotive terminal in the country was…

In 1874, at the age of two, J. O.'s mother, Lucy Titsworth, traveled by wagon train with her family to the Bruneau Valley. John Oscar Young is…

Ernest arrived in Nampa by train in 1915 and purchased land in the Deer Flat area for farming. His wife Luzean and baby daughter, Alta arrived shortly…

Reverend Yoesel served as one of the head pastors of College Church of the Nazarene in the mid-1980s.

Joseph Morrison Woodland met Johanna Adelaar while serving his mission in the Netherlands for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He…

1927, J. A. Winther came to Nampa with his wife and family upon accepting the position of Nampa school music teacher. Mr. Winther taught all grades…

Dr. Olive M. Winchester came to Nampa in 1917 to join the faculty at Northwest Nazarene College.

Nationally renowned theologian, Dr. H. Orton Wiley was the President of the Northwest Nazarene College, 1919-1926.

William Asa Wilcox married Elmira E. Hart in Logan, UT, 1903 and moved to Nampa briefly. The moved around a bit, before returning to Nampa in 1908,…

Fishermen could haul sturgeon into Nampa and sell for 12¢/pound or trade for chickens and produce.

According to Ruth L. Allen "September 1952, 383 persons crowded into the Nampa Masonic Lodge Temple for the Institution of Rainbow Chapter #80, Order…

Dr. Henry Wesche, the eldest of four brothers, originally of Wisconsin, had served as a medical missionary in China (1926-1941,) but had to return the…

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