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WILLAMETTE FARMER (Salem, Or.), 26 December 1879.

Idaho Territory.

The Boise Statesman of the 11th inst. says: a man named Henry Wohikins, generally known as "Hash Harry," died suddenly at Wilmouth's boarding house in Boise City, Thursday evening.  A coroner's inquest was held and the verdict was that the man died from apoplexy.  Deceased was well known in Boise Basin, where he resided for several years.  He was a native of Hanover, Germany, and was aged about 50 years.

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