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    • Seven Devils Mountians

    • trails; mountains; gold;
    • The old Boise Trail passed between the two points marked ""X"". Hells Canyon is behind or west of this mountain. A little to the north and east is ""Dry Diggings"" where much gold was found and ""picked up"" as there was no water for the usual type...
    • The Owyhee War - 1868

    • mining; war; history; Ephemera; governors; Judicial proceedings;
    • "This is thought to be the only complete and accurate account ever written on this particular war. It was written at the request of Governor Ballard by John R. McBride, then Chief Justice of Idaho Territorial Supreme Court. (from court records...
    • Pierce Idaho Courthouse

    • courthouses; jails; buildings; towns
    • "Old jail in Pierce city. First jail built in Idaho. All the logs for this building were hauled on hand sleds one winter in the early [eighteen] sixties. In this picture it is seen as a Residence but the hold from one of the cells can bee seen in...
    • Boise buildings

    • Streets; Hotels; Buildings; Recruiting & enlistment; Automobiles; Rain;
    • A Navy recruiting poster is in the foreground of this photo looking across a rain drenched street at the Hotel Boise. The rain creates depth and mood to this scene.
    • Transcript of interview with Steve Ahrens, 09-13-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September 2006 and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his first interview, Ahrens focused on...
    • Index of interview with Steve Ahrens, 09-13-2006

    • Idaho State Capitol (Boise, Idaho). --Idaho. Legislature. --Newspapers--Idaho--Boise. --Idaho Statesman. --Boise Cascade Corporation. --Politics and government--Idaho.
    • In his two interviews with Troy Reeves and Andrew Farrar (September and October 2006), Steve Ahrens, a journalist and lobbyist, offered his memories of the Idaho State Capitol between 1975 and 2006. In his first interview, Ahrens focused on his...
    • Rains, Ranches

    • chimneys; stone; mountains;
    • "James P. Rains was killed and burned in this cabin by the Sheepeater Indians. The chimney still stands. This incident occurred in September, 1879 about 2 miles above Mackay Bar on the south fork of the Salmon River, 116 miles from Grangeville."


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 18: In addition to overhauling and maintenance on War Training Service airplanes our shop completely rebuilt this S-6000-B Travelair 7 passenger airplane. This airplane is used for forest fires and Civil Air Patrol.
    • Index of interview with Dorothy Marble, 01-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--United States--Personal narratives.
    • In her January 2001 interview with Erin Norton, Dorothy Marble offered her memories of the 1920s and 1930s during the Great Depression. This brief recording went into little detail about Marble's life or the time period. This interview was...
    • Index of interview with Elmer Nielsen, 01-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--Utah--Personal narratives.
    • In this January 2001 interview with Chris Stocking, Elmer Nielsen offers his memories of the Great Depression. Baird lived in Utah (Salt Lake City and near Pleasant Grove, Utah) and spoke about his life in the 1920s and 1930s. This interview was...
    • Index of interview with Emerson and Patricia Smock, 01-2001

    • Depressions, 1929--Idaho--Personal narratives. --Depressions, 1929--Nebraska--Personal narratives.
    • In her January 2001 interview with Cassie Southland, Emerson and Patricia Smock offer their memories of the 1920s and 1930s during the Great Depression. This brief recording went into little detail about either person's life or the time period. ...
    • Boise Railroad Company

    • coaches; street-railroads
    • Cars Number 80 and Number 90. Built by G.C. Kuhlman Company in 1911 at their Collinwood, Ohio Plant. Order Number 493 for two double truck closed city cars to seat forty to forty-four passengers each. Cars were built with Brill 27G trucks with 33"...

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