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    • Payette, B.C. collection

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    • Material relating to the fur trade era of the Pacific Northwest, particularly to Francois Payette. Largely copies from the Spokane House journal, Peter Skene Ogden's Snake Country journals, and the journals of John McLoughlin, John Work, Nathaniel...
    • MS78
    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Hudson's Bay Company

    • buildings; fur; explorers;
    • London, England. Beaver House, Great Trinity Lane. Headquarters of Hudson's Bay Co.
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    • Harrington, J. A., papers

    • Day, John, d. 1820?. --Frontier and pioneer life-West (U.S.) --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Rodeos-Idaho-History. --West (U.S.)-History. --Alaska-Gold discoveries-History.
    • Scrapbooks, correspondence, and photographs relating to Harrington's travels and interest in frontier history. Subjects include the Alaska gold rush of the 1898; the Birch Creek massacre in Idaho in 1877; John Day (1741-1820), trapper for the...
    • MS149
    • J. Neilson Barry

    • Fur trade - Pacific Northwest. Idaho-History-To 1859. Trade routes - Pacific Northwest.
    • Material consists of correspondence with Idaho State Historical Society officials Gertrude McDevitt, H. J. Sweeney and Merle Wells from 1932-1959 regarding Idaho territorial history, Pacific Northwest fur trade routes. The correspondence includes...
    • MS3
    • State Game Department Hunter

    • hunting; Fur; Fur trade; Administrative agencies; Pumas;
    • State game department hunter Reed with five cougar skins.
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    • Historical Markers - Goddin's River

    • markers; signs; explorers; fur;
    • Known as Goddin's River in the days of the fur trade. This stream originally was named for the trapper who discovered it. Thery Goddin, a prominent Iroquois who explored this river in 1819 or 1820, had come here with Donald Mackenzie's fur hunters...
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    • Monument-David Thompson

    • monuments; fur; explorers;
    • Dedication of Memorial, Hope, Idaho. This commemorates this coming of the first white man to Lake Pend D'Oreille, David Thompson, Explorer, Geographer and Fur Trader, September 8, 1809.
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    • Marian Anderson, Singer (D)

    • Music; Singers; Fur coats; Hats; Clothing & dress; Railroads;
    • Marian Anderson, singer (women in hats and furs) arriving at the Boise Train Depot.
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    • Chifford Merrill Drury papers

    • Whitman, Marcus, 1802-1847. --Spalding, Henry Harmon, 1803-1874. --Parker, Samuel, 1779-1866. --Drury, Clifford Merrill, 1897- --Historians-Idaho-Records and correspondence. --Missionaries-Northwest, Pacific-History. --Nez Percé Indians-History....
    • Drafts of two works by Clifford M. Drury, "A Concise History of the Whitman-Spalding Mission," and "Chief Lawyer of the Nez Perce Indians, 1896-1876"; correspondence, transcriptions and research notes on Marcus Whitman, Henry Harmon Spalding, Rev....
    • MS437

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