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    • CAA War Training Service; navy; Lewiston Normal School
    • Page 48: Hand over hand Logs: Develops Strength of Hand-Arm and Shoulder
    • 2008-8-082
    • Arrastras, Mining Machinery

    • mining; mining equipment ;waterwheels; mills; logs;
    • Sam Dellinger's arrastra, near Dixie, Idaho, 82 miles east of Grangeville.
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    • Bear Lake, Idaho

    • Women; Clothing & dress; Hats; Trees; Boats; Logs
    • Women standing on log along the shore of lake. Background is over-exposed so the lake cannot be seen.
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    • Camp F-401 - Corral

    • Corrals; Forests; Conservation and restoration; Fences; Logs;
    • Corral built by enrollees of Camp F-104, Cove Creek, Salmon, Idaho.
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    • Cascade, Idaho

    • Lumber industry; Logs; Woodcutting; Vehicles; Trucks; Forests;
    • Hallack and Howard Lumber Company logging truck at Smiths Ferry Bridge. Truck number six passes a car on the gravel road.
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    • Civilian Conservation Corps - Bridge

    • Bridges; Bridge construction; Logs; Rivers; Construction workers; Conservation and restoration
    • A log bridge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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    • Dixie, Mines

    • miners; mines; mining equipment; logs; adits;
    • View of the Idaho Comstock mine shaft, located 82 miles from Grangeville. Two miners operate a hand powered windless. A third miner is cutting logs in the background
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    • Employees' Cottages at Morning 1

    • Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Yards; Railroad tracks; Sheds; Dirt roads; Logs; Mine railroad cars;
    • Rows of miners cottages viewed from the mill site, detail of mill structures
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    • Finnish Sauna

    • logs; Finnish; saunas;
    • Finnish sauna in the valley.
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    • Grippo Loggers Camp & Cookhouse Crew

    • logs; logging; lumber; lumbermen; lumber camps; men; women;\
    • The cookhouse and camp crew for Gippo Loggers pose for a photograph sometime between 1918 and 1920. The Gippo Loggers worked in the Boise Basin.
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    • ITD_08441

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    • Lewis and Clark Survey, Idaho Forest Highway Route 16. District File No.15054. Looking down Lochsa River from mouth of Tomcat Creek. Note restricted, boulder strewn channel and drift logs. Station 944. Taken September 9, 1940.
    • 9/9/1940
    • Lithograph drawing, Bullion Mine, Wood River Valley

    • Lithographs; Mine Buildings; Wooden Buildings; Miners; Logs; Horse Teams; Carts & wagons; Gold mining; Silver mining
    • Bullion Mine, Wood River Gold and Silver Mining County, Alturas County, Idaho from Elliott's "History of Idaho", p. 178
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    • Logs in Shallow Water

    • Forest; River
    • Logs in shallow water of South Fork, "winging up" 3/4 mile above Wetzel's Bridge
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    • Lumbering

    • lumber; lumbermen; logs; loggers;
    • Loading log trucks
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    • Lumbering

    • lumber; lumbermen; logs; loggers; horses;
    • Near Dry Buck
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