Irrepressible, young Lt. John Mullan conceived of an overland route across the northern Rocky Mountains as early as the spring of 1854 after being assigned the previous year as a topographical engineer to Washington Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens’ epic northern transcontinental railway survey project. During the winter of 1853 Mullan crossed the Continental Divide six […]
Our exhibits and artifacts tell the story of the development of Franklin County.
The color images of “Northwest Drylands” photographer John Clement like Divine Rays and Bringing in the Sheaves show the influence of two prominent American watercolor artists whose works he has closely studied since starting his career in the 1970s—Winslow Homer and Andrew Wyeth. Early in his career, Clement studied Wyeth’s watercolors and learned that the […]