Pulaski - 1910 Fire Exhibit
1910 Fire Overview
1910 Fire Overview
The Big Ed Pulaski Story
The Big Ed Pulaski Story
An Archeaological Primer
An Archeaological Primer
Pulaski Artifacts
Pulaski Artifacts
The Wallace Experience
The Wallace Experience
Reference Materials
Reference Materials
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Image The Pulaski - 1910 Fire Exhibit is a collaborative effort of the Wallace District Mining Museum, the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, the Pulaski Project, and the Idaho Association of Museums. Technical support is provided by ALS Computers. The exhibit has several stands or stories it tells; an overview of the 1910 Fire, the Ed Pulaski story, the 2008 Pulaski archeological dig, artifacts from the Pulaski site, the Wallace experience of the 1910 Fire, and reference materials.

The Wallace District Mining Museum is a 501c(3) non-profit education organization. Donations to the museum are fully tax deductible. The funding for this exhibit is provided by the Wallace District Mining Museum, the Inland Northwest Community Foundation, the Idaho Humanities Council, and the Idaho State Historical Society. In-kind support is provided by ALS Computers.

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Last modified on: August 16, 2010