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Step Back in Time at the Dry Creek Historical Farm

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A person looking to farmstead usually isn’t interested in buying land with a creek that goes dry, but in the early 1860s, New Yorker Phillip L. Schick did just that. He paid a $10 filing fee for a 160-acre land title by Boise in Dry Creek Valley using President Lincoln’s Homestead Act.

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