October 1, 2014
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Patrons gather at a saloon in Grand Forks, circa the summer of 1908. The patrons’ attire and flies on the wall indicate it’s summer, and the electric light on the ceiling indicates a time before a power plant at Taft was shut down in early 1909.
Aug. 20, 2010 in Idaho, Region on Page A1
Back in 1910, respectable folk believed that the wild, debauched towns of Taft and Grand Forks deserved to burn in hell.
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