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A street scene in Grand Forks shows a bustling town in the Silver Valley circa 1908. Courtesy of US Forest Service
April 4, 2010 in Idaho Voices on Page I1
The town of Grand Forks was populated by railroad workers and scalawags of every type who enjoyed and profited from all the vices. It was said that Taft, Mont., was …
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