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Nine Mile Cemetery, Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho

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  • Terry Michael Philp (1960 - 1962)
    "Beloved child tragically drowned in Nine Mile Creek by his family home, which was right across the road from this cemetery."

Nine Mile Cemetery is located in Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho.
"Originally this was at three separate cemeteries: the United Cemetery, Miners Union Cemetery and Catholic Cemetery. Each one of the original cemeteries is now a section of the larger cemetery.
It is under the umbrella of the Nine Mile Cemetery Association, Inc, which was organized in 1965, and operates under a board of directors.
Contact the Wallace District Mining Museum for information."

"The historic cemetery has graves dating from the 1880s and is located in a forested setting on a fairly steep hillside. Graves include those from the early mining days of the Silver Valley and include the grave of Edward Pulaski, a hero of Idaho’s “Big Blowup” fires of 1910. He invented a tool still used today, “The Pulaski,” which has become standard equipment in the Northern Rockies Division of the U.S. Forest Service."