Youngblood Family Diary
Scope and Contents
Diary, 1914, of the Youngblood family as they traveled from Red Deer Lake, Alberta, Canada, to Sandpoint, Idaho. The journey was taken in a horse drawn wagon and took from June to September of 1914. Topics include campsites, people that they met, goods purchased, and traveling through lands populated by Native Americans.
- Creation: 1914
- Youngblood family (Family)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase, February 2011. Accession 2011.055
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