Hanford White Bluffs Family Histories

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Title

Hanford White Bluffs Family Histories

Subject

Orchards, Railroads, Homesteading, Fruit Irrigation, Ranches, Fruit trees, Clubs, Music, Natural gas, Sand, Seasons, Winter, Spring, Valleys, Pruning, Dams, War, Indigenous peoples, Hardware stores, Dance, Travel, Rivers, Covered wagons, Horses, Earthquakes, Railroad stations, Hotels, Dairy products, Lanterns, Radios, Settlements, Depressions, Regattas, Snow, Banks, Telephones, Dust storms, Newspapers, Clippings, Swimming, Swimming pools, Refrigerators, Recreation, Religious services, Telegraph, Theaters, History, Religious communities, Hospitals, Picnics, Safety, Summer, Canning & preserving, Engineers, Dogs, Trees, Agriculture, Farming, Schools, Churches, Nuclear power, Farm produce, Banks, Fires, Holidays

Description

These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Creator

The Anderson, Anglin, Clark, Currens, Horton, Kilian, Leander, Macomber, Montgomery, Needham, O’Larey and Wheeler Families.

Publisher

Hanford History Project, Washington State University Tri-Cities

Date

1981-1983

Rights

For permission to publish please contact Washington State University Tri-Cities' Hanford History Project (509) 372-7447.

Type

Reminiscing

Items in the Hanford White Bluffs Family Histories Collection

Wheeler Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

O’Larey Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Needham Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Montgomery Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Macomber Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Leander Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Kincaid Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Kilian Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Horton Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Currens Family History
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Comments

Judy Burns

Are more of these family histories available as well?

I am a grandaughter of William S. Webber, Early Hanford Orchardist

and would like to see as many family histories as possible.

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