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James Reubens, a Nez Perce Indian who fought with the United States troops in the War of 1877, is honored by this town’s name. James later served as a government interpreter to the Nez Perce. When the Camas Prairie railroad came through this settlement in 1907, the town absorbed the nearby towns of Kippen and Chesley. A post office was established in 1906.

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