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    • Kuna Cave

    • caves;
    • Kuna Cave near Kuna, Idaho. Ca. 1920
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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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    • 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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    • Dwellings, Custer, Idaho

    • Cabins; Women; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Cats;
    • Each photograph is of two women posed in front of a cabin. However, the photographs are not of the same cabin or the same women.
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    • Tate Building

    • buildings; commercial buildings
    • Located on the corner of 10th and Main Streets.
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    • Boise Fairs

    • fairs; fairgrounds; automobiles
    • Cars at fairgrounds - race meet.
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    • Nez Perce Clothing

    • Native American; horses; Nez Percé; clothing; tipis
    • Indian man and woman in regalia, with horses
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    • Nez Perce Ceremonial Dance

    • Native American; Nez Percé; ceremonial costume; ceremonies; dance; dancers;
    • Nez Perce Ceremonial Dance
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    • Steamboats-Lewiston

    • steamboats; rivers;
    • Steamer Lewiston. Well equipped for freight and passenger service. Note white clad waiters from dining saloon.
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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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    • Ezra Meeker & Others

    • Nature; natural landscapes;
    • With relics collected at site of Sinker Creek Massacre. Jake Ruebens, Ezra Meeker, Bob Limbert, & Major J. W. Burns. Objects are in the Idaho State Historical Musuem in Boise.
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    • Indians (Paiute), De Lamar, Idaho

    • Women; Children; Infants; Indigenous peoples; Clothing & dress;
    • Paiute woman with two children on a street. One child is a girl in braids and western dress and the other an infant bundled in a packboard.
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    • Gold panning

    • Gold mining; Gold mining equipment;
    • Gold panning step by step
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