Hanging out at the Eatonville Rock Festival (1970)
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Tents weren’t as glamorous back in 1970. The man on the left appears to be creating a stake for his tent at the Eatonville Rock Festival. 
The event brought in between 10 to 30,000 thousand to …

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The King Clan – 1889

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The King Family

The King Family - 1889

The King family homesteaded in the Silver Lake area and this photo was taken in 1889 in front of the family home.

Front Row (sitting), Left to Right: Orena King (Mrs. Bob Potter), Tennessee Lahuna King (Mrs. Clifford Manning)

Second Row: Hiram P. King, John Dillard King (Father), John’s wife, Margaret C. King, Margaret King (Mr. M. Taylor)

Third Row: Zella King (Mrs. Salva Jensen), Stonewall Jackson King, Ellen rebecca King (Mrs. Louis Grundell), Roscoe B. King, Laura Olympia King (Mrs. C.C. Josselyn), Vivian Lee King (Mrs. Gurnie Van Eaton).

The Kings would have an ongoing impact on the growing community. For example Roscoe went on to open “King’s Place“, next door to the Ohop Grange.

Expect to see their names sprinkled throughout these blog postings.

Photo Courtesy of Monte King.

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