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  • Arden

12 miles south of Colville

 


  • Addy

7 miles northwest of Chelewah

Addy was a mining town for the Daisy, Silver Summit, and other mines. Typical businesses included the railroad, restaurants, express office, general store, post office.

   

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Gold Creeks and Ghost Towns in Northeast Washington


  • Bossburg

10 miles northeast of Kettle Falls

Bossburg was a mining town for the Young America, Silver Dollar and other mines. The town had two telephone companies, a newspaper, a town hall, two ferries, three saloons, two hotels, three general stores, and numerous houses. The town went ghost with the closing of the mines.

   

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  • Boundary

70 miles north-northeast of Colville

 


  • Camden

48 miles east of Springdale

 


  • Little Dalles

45 miles north of Colville

 


  • Pinkney City

3 miles west of Colville

   

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  • Scotia

50 miles east of Springdale

 


  • Sherwood

18 miles south of Colville

 


 

 

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