March, 1879, the first of many hardy, courageous pioneers to settle here were Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Fisher and son Will, Mr. and Mrs Albert Richardson and Joseph Fisher and family. First white child born, H.J. Fisher 16 December 1879. First public building was a combined log post office and home of James and Anna Kearney. They forded "Dry Bed Channel" of Snake River to bring mail to their central place which became known as "Annie's Place." Kearneys applied for postal service in 1886 which was granted 1896 but with the name of Annis. Little Butte Cemetery's first recorded burial, 1879. Brush Canal combined with Island Irrigation Co. 1886. C.A. Casper built a store, 1886 which included the millinery shop of Nancy Casper. Other firsts were: Little Butte School, 1894; Utah Idaho Sugar Co. 1908; Beet Dump by railroad spur from Menan to Hawkins Grove, 1917.