Imnaha, Marble Flat Road
"IV. [No source is named for this chapter reference.] - Marble Flat Road, Grouse Creek or Marr Flat Road, summer of 1912, was the most direct route between Upper Imnaha and country on the plateau above. It takes travelers from the top of Marr Flat to the canyon on the long grade, easy as topography allows. Forest Service took the initiative in construction of the road, appropriating $1,000. The County furnished the remainder and expected to build other roads in the same manner."
Helten, Paula (curator)
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