Our trip to Idaho this weekend afforded us the opportunity to do some family history research and we spent Saturday morning at the Grangeville Centennial Library. I'm sorry we did not have more time, as we barely scraped the surface in the reference room, with books and books of obits, scrapbooks, and databases on funeral records, marriage records, and more. We had been told there was a book released recently 150 Years: Our Story - Cottonwood, Ferdinand, Greencreek, Keuterville and Surrounding Areas, providing histories of the families who had settled the Camas Prairie and we were thrilled there was a copy available at the library for us to peruse. I have to admit though I was a little disappointed as there really wan't too much information on the Riener family and more of the histories seemed to be more current then past. However, we did discover the two volume set is available for purchase at the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude in Cottonwood for $55. We were also informed that there was to be a third volume available soon.
"Hey. . . it's me."
I live in the shadows of the Olympic Mountains, in the State of Washington and I love camping, boating, hiking, and hanging out with my husband, our three boys, and two Bernese Mountain dogs.