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Kullyspell House Marker (<i>Wide View</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, June 30, 2013
Kullyspell House Marker (Wide View)
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1Idaho, Bonner County, Hope — 148 — Kullyspell House
Idaho’s fur trade began in the fall of 1809 when David Thompson built a trading post 2½ miles southwest of here. Kullyspell House (Thompson spelled “Kalispell” that way) was the earliest fur trade post in the American Pacific . . . Map (db m112927) HM
2Idaho, Bonner County, Hope — David Thompson & Finnan MacDonald
At Mamaloose Point, two miles South, Kullyspell house, first trading post in Idaho, was built September, 1809 by David Thompson and Finnan MacdonaldMap (db m112928) HM
3Montana, Sanders County, Thompson Falls — Saleesh House
In November 1809, famed British North West Company agent and explorer David Thompson built a trading post about five miles east of here near the mouth of the Thompson River. Strategically located on a well-worn aboriginal trail, Saleesh House was . . . Map (db m112921) HM
4Montana, Sanders County, Thompson Falls — David Thompson1770 - 1857 — Pioneer Geographer —
“Koo-Koo-Sint” – The man who looked at the stars Built Salish house near the mouth of Thompson River 1809 Map (db m112923) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Feb. 6, 2023