Visit McBeth House

The McBeth House is the place where Sue and Kate Mcbeth lived and worked during their tenure as missionaries to the Nez Perce.

This page provides the information you need to plan your visit.

 
A brown wooden sign with the words 'Historic McBeth House - School' on it
The house that Kate and Sue McBeth lived and worked out of is still standing in Kamiah, ID, but currently is not accessible to the public. 

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Getting to McBeth House

The McBeth House is an affiliated site of the Nez Perce National Historical Park that is located on private property on the in Kamiah, Idaho; however, it is not currently open to the public. Out of respect for the land owners property rights, we will not provided directions to this site. However, the nearby First Indian Presbyterian Church that the sisters were members of and worked for is still active and meets every Sunday.

Nearby Amenities

 
A dark brown two story wood house with a wood fence in front.

Learn more about Kate and Sue McBeth

Learn more about Kate and Sue McBeth, two teachers that wanted to strengthen the Presbyterian Church on the Nez Perce reservation.

Last updated: February 24, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Nez Perce National Historical Park
39063 US Hwy 95

Lapwai, ID 83540-9715

Phone:

(208) 843-7009

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