Hi Raedine, for a picture of the Hellgate Rapids, I'd contact Museums in and around that area:
Wenatchee Area Museum & Cultural Center, Mark Behler, 509-888-6240.
Douglas County Museum, Lori Ludeman, 509-745-8435.
Lincoln County Historical Society, Davenport, 509-725-6711.
Okanogan County Historical Museum, 509-422-4272.
In 1880 William Creed and family were living in Lewis, Holt Co., MO. Joseph B., head household, b. TN, 32 yrs old, farmer; Rebecca S., wife, b. MO, 22; Prior L., son, b. NE, 7; William C., b. MO, 5; Charles, b. MO, 2 and Wiley Woods, brotherlaw?, b. TN, 17.
In 1885 Creed Thomas was living in 1st and 2nd Ward Nebraska City, Otoe Co., NE, Locality=Midway Borough, Age=10.
Most of the 1890 Census was destroyed in a fire.
In 1910 William C. Thomas was living in Sherman, Lincoln Co., WA. William, b. MO, 35, 2nd marr, 5 yrs, fruit farmer and Georgie A., wife, b. MN, 22, 1st marr.
On Sept. 12, 1918 William Creed Thomas filled out his World War I Draft Registration card. He was living in Wilbur, Lincoln Co., WA. He was born 23 July 1874. He was a farmer for himself. Nearest Relative=Alice Georgia Thomas, Wilbur. William was tall and slender with grey eyes & light brown hair.
In 1920 Creed Thomas was living in Keller, Ferry Co., WA. Creed, b. MO, 45, general farm laborer and Georgia, wife, b. IA, 33.
Creed Thomas died 10 Nov 1923, Medical Lake, Spokane Co., WA, Age=49, Estimated Birth Year=1874, Married, Spouse=Georgia Thomas, Father=Joe D. Thomas, Mother=Rebecca Thomas. Source: WA Death Index, http://pilot.familysearch.orghttp://pilot.familysearch.org .
If you contact Eastern Washington Hospital and are related to William Creed, they will release his records to you.
I looked for Georgia's death info on the WA Death Index and Washington Digital Archives but didn't find anything. I wonder if she re-married? Successful Searching!
In 1910 William C. Thomas was