Spalding, Idaho

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Nez Perce Encampment (1899)
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Spalding is an unincorporated community in Nez Percé County, Idaho, United States, ten miles east of Lewiston, on the Clearwater River close to the intersection of U.S. Routes 95 and 12. The village was named after Reverend Henry Harmon Spalding, a missionary who taught the neighboring Nez Percé irrigation.

The Headquarters and Visitor's Center for the Nez Percé National Historical Park are located at Spalding.

It is part of the Lewiston, ID-WA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

This place is notable to be the birthplace of Lillian Disney, the wife of Walt Disney.

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Coordinates: 46°26′49″N 116°49′03″W / 46.44694°N 116.81750°W / 46.44694; -116.81750