Posts tagged: 1910 Fire
Mike Feiler stands at the top of the steps of the former site of Providence Hospital in Wallace, Idaho. A century-old story of faith and miracles has captivated Feiler, sending him on a quest to find a lost statue of Jesus. When a massive wildfire threatened the hospital in 1910, Sister Anthony, the mother superior, fell to her knees, pleading with God to spare it and promising to erect a statue of Jesus if her prayers were answered. Shortly afterward, the wind shifted and the hospital was saved, and its deliverance became known as “the Miracle of the Coeur d'Alenes.” Becky Kramer's SR story here. (SR photo: Kathy Plonka)
Carl Ritchie, retired U.S. Forest Service archaeologist, stands in front of the famous Pulaski Tunnel near Wallace. Ritchie explored the area of the West Fork of Placer Creek to find the mining tunnel, named for the Forest Service ranger who saved his men during the great Fire of 1910. Becky Kramer story here. And: Jim Kershner story here. (AP Photo/The Spokesman-Review, Christopher Anderson)
Question: Do you own a Pulaski digging tool?