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    • United States Census Office census: Idaho

    • Idaho-Census, 1870.
    • Census tabulations for the Idaho Territory (1870). Includes schedules 1 through 5: inhabitants; persons who died during the year ending June 1, 1870; productions of agriculture; products of industry;and social statistics.
    • MS270
    • 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
    • 6th Session - 1870 - Idaho Legislature

    • government employees; representatives; government; group portraits
    • Idaho Territorial Legislature. 6th Session. Counter-clockwise from top left: 1. Jefferson Williams, Lemhi Idaho(state)2. J. S. Silverwood, Nez Perce Idaho(state)3. J. H. Hawley, Boise Idaho(state)4. Julian Smith, Boise Idaho(state)5. J. J....
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    • 6th Session - 1870 - Idaho Legislature 1

    • government employees; representatives; government; group portraits
    • Idaho Territorial Legislature. 6th Session. Counter-clockwise from top left: 1. John B. Pierce, Owyhee Idaho(state)2. W. B. Yantis, Shoshone Idaho(state)3. W. A. Yates, Ada, Speaker Idaho(state)4. J. G. Hughes, Boise Idaho(state)5. Phelps Everett,...
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    • 6th Session - 1870 - Idaho Legislature 2

    • government employees; representatives; government; group portraits
    • Idaho Territorial Legislature. 6th Session. Counter-clockwise from top left: 1. Perry Clark, Idaho2. Philip Cleary, Idaho3. R. W. Marshall, Alturas Idaho 4. Joseph Williams Morgan, Idaho 5. Thomas D. Cahalan, Ada
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    • 6th Session - 1870 - Idaho Legislature 3

    • government employees; representatives; government; group portraits
    • Idaho Territorial Legislature. 6th Session. Counter-clockwise from top left: 1. E. B. Hall, Alturas Idaho2. Patrick Campbell, Owyhee 3. D. B. Mooney, Boise 4. John West, Boise 5. J. H. Wickersham, Boise 6. W. H. Van Slyke, Owyhee
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    • 6th Session - 1870 - Idaho Legislature 4

    • government employees; government; group portraits
    • Idaho Territorial Legislature. 6th Session. Counter-clockwise from top left: 1. Bert Clinton, Asst Clerk 2. H. F. Sayers, Clerk 3. Ed. Butterfield, Page 4. John Short, Porter 5. John Ivard, Doorkeeper
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    • Buildings, Leesburg, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Horses; Log buildings; Clapboard siding; Wooden buildings; Wooden sidewalks;
    • Some of the first buildings at Leesburg, Idaho. The photo taken in 1870 by A, F. Thrasher shows a group of men stand on a wooden sidewalk in front of the buildings. One man is mounted on a horse.
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    • Mary Drake Coston

    • women; biographies; portraits
    • Mary Drake Coston, born February 4, 1849. Came to Idaho in 1870.
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    • Pefley

    • saddleries; buildings; storefronts
    • Pefley's Harness & Saddle Shop, 833 Main Street. View of storefront, free-standing Pefley's sign in foreground; standing at left: P.J. Pefley, owner (in apron); Mason, employee.
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    • Petroglyphs and Pictographs

    • petroglyphs; Native American; rock art; rock; rock paintings;
    • Indian Rock at Hot Springs Enterprise on Snake River Rock about 12 ft. square - oval shape
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    • Gold Hill Mine, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mine buildings; Tailings embankments; Gold mining
    • Mine, mill, buildings, assay office, tailings, supplies, equipment, mountain site
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    • 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
    • Tate-Gekeler

    • dwellings
    • Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip & David. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in S. Boise), was torn down in 1918.
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    • Thunder Mountain Mine 1

    • Mining; Tunnels; Miners; Clothing & dress;
    • Miner standing in front of the poratal of a mine tunnel.
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    • Thunder Mountain Mine 2

    • Mining; Tunnels; Miners; Wooden buildings
    • Tracks leading from a underground mine covered by a snow shed at a mine in the Thunder Mountain Mining District of central Idaho. Photo shows miners, wooden buildings, cut trees.
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