In her interview conducted on July 23, 1981 by Kris Major, Dorothy McKenzie describes how she came to the Yankee Fork area in 1940. She first stayed in a campground, Flat Rock Campground, and later lived in a log cabin with the rest of the mining...
The John L. Thompson cabin near the Peacock Mine in the Seven Devils Mining District in Adams County, Idaho. Standing in front of the cabin are: Benj Thaw, Thompson (in the doorway), Pearl James, Elizabeth David. Seated: Anna James, Ray Boggs
Workmen removing the siding from the pioneer home at 7th and Grove. A great view up 7th from the corner of Grove. The Capitol is in the back ground. Various businesses line the street including the Ada theater. Many vehicles line the curbs.
"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."