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    • Dickerson, Charles C. papers

    • Teachers-Idaho. --Saint Anthony (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Caldwell (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Moscow (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Salmon (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Personal correspondence with family members who lived in Massachusetts, family photographs, and miscellaneous notes, pamphlets, and essays by Dickerson.
    • MS237
    • First Car in Salmon

    • automobiles; people; fashion; families; driving
    • Salmon, Idaho. The first car to appear in Salmon, Idaho, probably on July 4, ca. 1905, was driven from Montana for the day. From left to right in the front seat is Fred Vogler, the driver; then Laura and Lena Shoup of Salmon. Left to right second...
    • Slate Creek, Idaho - Views

    • Post offices; Horses; Saddlery; Stone walls; Wooden buildings;
    • Freedom Post Office - Salmon River Canyon (now U.S. 95).
    • 1280
    • Stage Coach near Salmon

    • Westward movement;Frontier & pioneer life; Stagecoaches; Transportation; Horses; Horse teams;
    • Copies (museum) pioneer pictures for Fifty Year Special Edition. Photograph of a stage coach coming up the road being drawn by a four horse hitch. Wooded mountains are in the background to the horizon.
    • Salmon River Expedition 1

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Pilot Unidentified. Men standing (left to right): Philip J. Shenon, Maynard O. Williams, D. Worth Clark, John Reed, Unidentified. Howard Flint, US 75.
    • Salmon River Expedition 2

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Left to right: Maynard Owen Williams (photographer, chief editor of National Geographic), Philip J. Shenon (U.S. Geological Survey), Howard Flint (U.S. Forest Service, died...
    • Hugh Currin Letter to his Wife

    • Mining; Correspondence;
    • Personal letter to his wife written in 1862 regarding mining plans to go to the Salmon River mining district.
    • Dwellings - Erwin

    • Cabins; Log cabins; Fuelwood; Rivers; Clothing & dress; Pioneers;
    • "Erwin Cabin" - Mouth of Little Salmon River.
    • 1275
    • Camp F-401 - Corral

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

    • Dredges; Dredging; Gold dredging; Gold mining; Gold mining equipment; Ore industry;
    • Aerial view taken in 1936 by the National Geographic Salmon River Expedition showing ground being dredged in Warren Meadow. Note the dredge is in the middle of the photo. The general pattern of dredge ponds and tailings piles created in this...
    • Historical Markers - Nez Perce War

    • Nez Percé; Native American; markers; signs;
    • Near the base of this hill, over 100 cavalry men and volunteers met disaster in the opening battle of the Nez Perce War. Rushing from Grangeville on the evening of June 16, 1877, Captain David Perry planned to stop the Indians from crossing Salmon...
    • Camp French Creek, F-108 - Bridge

    • Bridge construction; Bridges; Construction; Construction equipment; Construction workers; Rivers; Roads; Vehicles
    • Cable bridge built across the Salmon River by Camp F-108 enrollees.
    • Shoup, George Laird papers

    • Shoup, George Laird, 1836-1904. --General stores-Idaho-Salmon-History-Sources. --Indians of North America-Wars-1862-1865. --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho. --Idaho-Politics and government-History-Sources.
    • A miscellaneous assortment of material from Shoup's varied career as Idaho territorial legislator, territorial and later state governor, and U.S. senator. Included is a copy of a diary kept during Shoup's military campaigns in Colorado, New Mexico...
    • MS85
    • Camp F-401 - Camp Ground

    • Camps; Camping; Conservation and restoration; Rivers; Recreation
    • Camp F-401, Cove Creek, constructed this camp ground at Long Tom Creek and Salmon River.
    • John E. Rees (1868-1928) Papers

    • Sacagawea, 1787-1884. Western state names of Indian origin: Idaho Gem of the Mountains. Shoshoni contribution to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Notes on Old Fort Lemhi. Arapaho massacre told in petroglyphs. Shoshoni Indians-History. Indians of...
    • Correspondence and notes relating to Idaho's Native American history; manuscript copies of "Western State Names of Indian Origin: Idaho Gem of the Mountains," "The Shoshoni Contribution to the Lewis and Clark Expedition," "Notes on Old Fort Lemhi,"...
    • MS21
    • Mines - Leesburg

    • Hydraulic mining; Miners; Mining equipment
    • Washing out gold using hydraulic mining equipment in the Salmon River Country, Lemhi County, Idaho. Hydraulic mining was done alongside mountains and riverbank.


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