Franklin County KS

Wooley, Katherine T. – Obituary

Mrs. Katherine T. Woolley, wife of E.O. Woolley passed away Thursday at her home in North Powder after a week’s illness with pneumonia. Mr. Woolley accompanied the body to Ottawa, Kansas, where Mrs. Woolley resided as a girl and where many of her relatives live. Oregon Trail Weekly North Powder News Saturday, December 24, 1927

Biography of Chase W. Brown

Chase W. Brown. Growing naturally from man’s necessity, healing potions were compounded as far back as human records go. The application of roots and herbs for the alleviation of pain had never been entirely abolished although the twentieth century druggist would scarcely recommend as beneficial, some of the natural growths that once were deemed invaluable. …

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Biography of Herbert Franklin Sheldon

Herbert Franklin Sheldon. The original settlers of a new state, county or city, irrespective of any intrinsic qualities which they possess, are subjects of peculiar interest to succeeding generations. Men are interested in recalling their accomplishments and delight to treasure in memory the slightest incident connected with their persons and their settlement. As the years …

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Moravian Tribe

Moravian Indians. Mahican, Munsee, and Delaware who followed the teachings of the Moravian brethren and were by them gathered into villages apart from their tribes. The majority were Munsee. In 1740 the Moravian missionaries began their work at the Mahican village of Shekomeko in New York. Meeting with many obstacles there, they removed with their …

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