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Frederick Krueger Collection, Boxes 24, 25, 29

Genealogy. Fred W. Steiner and Nellie Steiner arrived in Cle Elum in 1885 from Pittsburgh. Steiner's had 10 children, all born in Cle Elum, except Ted who came from Pittsburgh.
Cle Elum's Founding. In 1881 Walter and Barbara Reed filed a claim on Cle Elum. Built a cabin on 4th Street north of Pennsylvania Avenue. Walter Reed build the Reed House. Gave Cle Elum a cabin and ground for the first school. The paper mentions…
Genealogy. Walter and Barbara Reed came from Pittsburg, PA to Yakima via California and Oregon in 1874. They were in freight hauling from the Dalles to Yakima and Ellensburg. Fred Steiner and Walter Reed were brothers-in-law.
Cle Elum Fire. Bath house of the Independent Coal Company and various halls housed the homeless. Fire started in the rear of George Moss's racket store at 1:25 in the afternoon and spread to the Rose Theater.
A.H. Sylvester, Chief Ranger in Wenatchee in 1908, visited Salmon la Sac area in about 1911 and discovered an old blaze that was made by fur trappers between 1830 and 1840.
Snoqualmie Pass Wagon Road Forest Service.