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    Lot of Four Stereoviews of 800 Men in Line, Burke, Wardner, Idaho Divide, Idaho, ca. 1880s. Three stereoviews of Idaho are all photographed by T. N. Barnard, of Wallace, Idaho. Thomas Nathan Barnard (1861-1916) assistant to Huffman, Miles City Montana Territory 1881-1883, active in Coeur d'Alene region, Idaho Territory, 1886-1887, photo studio in Murray 1887, Wardner 1887-1889, Wallace 1889-1913.

    1). "The Summit- Montana and Idaho Divide". Sign next to tracks, "Coeur d' Alene divide Idaho, Montana elevation 4680 above sea level". 2). "Wardner, Idaho" A great street scene in this silver mining town around 1887, you can read some of the signage. 3). "The Only Street in Burke, Idaho", is a very nice street scene with a lot of readable signage. The town was once a thriving silver and lead town with a population of almost 2,500. It was situated in a canyon only about 300 feet wide located on Burke-Canyon Creek Road in the northernmost part of the Shoshone County. Known for the train tracks running through the middle of town. 4). "11th of July, 1895 - 800 men in line", during the mining strike of the region. All measure approximately 7" x 4".

    Very good-fine, light contrast.

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    June, 2008
    13th Friday
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