Blue Mountain Lumber Co. organizes in Asotin on December 3, 1903.

  • By Priscilla Long
  • Posted 3/16/2003
  • Essay 5430
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On December 3, 1903, the Blue Mountain Lumber Co. organizes. It is owned by local business people, and holds 7,000 acres of timber, nearly all the commercial timber in Asotin County.

William Farrish was the president of the firm, which was capitalised at $100,000.


Tacoma Daily Ledger December 4, 1903, p. 10.

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