Projects

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Historical Display Series

   A Cemetery on the Frontier 
      (ostmarkioneer Park)
A Century of Serving Lewiston’s Children
(Webster Elementary School)

   A Community of Pioneers Talks to Itself 
      (Pioneer Park)

   A Confluence of Rivers & Steam 
      (Kiwanis Park)  

Man and His Island Dream
      (Kiwanis Park)

   Battling The Haughty Demon of Flame 
      (Pioneer Park) 

Doing What Is Best for Kids
      (Pioneer Park) 

   Lewiston & Abraham Lincoln 
       (Nez Perce County Historical Museum) 


 

Normal Hill Cemetery Set

Division 1
Division 2
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.)
Knights of Pythias
Nez Perce Lodge No. 10 — Masonic
The Better Angels of Our Nature

    The Proudest of Pedigrees 

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   Oasis of Learning, Mentor to Generations
       (Lewis-Clark State College) 
On the Leading Edge of Idaho Aviation
(Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport) 
Relic of a Rustic Past 
 (City Hall) 
   Service & Sacrifice ─ The Early Years  
       (Lewiston Police Memorial Park) 

 The Center of Historic Lewiston
        
(4th & D Streets) 
The Early Years of Nez Perce County
       (Nez Perce County Courthouse) 
The Simple Dues of Fellowship & Social Comfort
       (Pioneer Park)
These Bones from Insult to Protect
       (Lewiston’s old Chinese cemetery on Prospect Avenue) 

   Women to Match the Frontier 
       (Pioneer Park)

5th Street Cemetery Necrogeographical Study (completed)

Idaho Geographic Education & Outreach/National Geography Society

Idaho Humanities Council Speakers Bureau

Idaho Territorial Capitol Reconstruction

Idaho Territory Sesquicentennial license plate


Idaho Territory Structures Survey
Lewiston    Nez Perce County

Independent No. 1 Archives Development Project

Lewiston Post Office Sesquicentennial Postmark

Lewiston Sesquicentennial Lectures (2011)

My World GIS II and III


 

Sacajawea Hall , LCSC, nursing education historical exhibit
    
    

These Bones from Insult to Protect: Lewiston Pioneer Chinese Cemetery
panel 1   panel 2   panel 3   exhibit in place

Thompson/Miranda Cabin Restoration

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