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A mining camp on the site of the old Number Three slope of the Roslyn field, which furnished coal for trains crossing the Cascades when it was owned by the Northern Pacific. It was named for Alexander Ronald, a Scot, who was superintendent of mines and was taken over later by the Northwestern Improvement Company. At the corner of Third and Atlantic Streets is the old Ronald School, an impressive, well-preserved frame building.