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NoneBackground on Lauri's Invitation

Forum: Iman Family Dialog
From: steve iman
Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2009, at 4:25 p.m.
Re: None George Iman - Sullivans Island - Smithsonian (Laurie Burgess)
Since Laurie Burgess has posted here to Imans, let me shed a bit more information with readers since we might be able to surface relevant information to her.
  George Iman was a son of Felix and Margaret in the Pacific Northwest. He authored a short paper on "Early Days at the Cascades" which is among the documents on our website. According to Lauri, his memoirs also described "Sullivan's Island" in the Columbia which before the Bonneville dam was built, was apparently near Iman Lake and a small village at Ice House lake. Indian beads as interesting as any found in America were found there, and have been the object of study at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
  Does anyone have additional information about George, his writings, or that small settlement a tad down river from Stevenson? If so, please share.

Steve Iman

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