Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October
Civil War Veterans of Sherman County
1829 - 1911, architect & civil engineer for all government buildings at Fort Dalles 1856-1860, & designed buildings at Fort Simcoe & Fort Walla Walla up to 1860; lived later years at Walla Walla, WA; h/o Elizabeth Fulton; buried Wasco Sunrise Cemetery.
Silver, Nathan W.
Smith, Franklin H.
Smith, John W.
Spoonemore, George Washington
February 1839 MI - August 1913 Orchards, WA; bookkeeper, cashier, Sherman County treasurer; in 1901 Capt. Stanley & Capt Trotter of Boise were only living survivors of famous Walker Expedition to Honduras in 1860; [Sherman County Observer, 22 August 1913].
Taylor, Samuel L.
Wheat, Jacob Boone
Wilson, George Scott
[McKay] and family were visiting us...in summer when it was very warm so
we were all out in the shade when Dad went into the house and found Ray
standing on the little shelf on the cupboard eating sugar out of the sugar
bowl...Ray turned around and said, "Tids is in the sugar, Uncle George."
Faye Howell Beyer
200 Dewey Street, P.O. Box 173 - Moro, Oregon 97039
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