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    • Gold Miner's Daughters, The Education Of : 1930 - 1943

    • mining; education; families; gold; history; livestock; country life; dogs;
    • A first person account of two daughters being raised in Idaho City from 1930 - 1943. They moved to Spanish Creek area in 1934 and wintered in Caldwell. The father was a gold miner. Describes his activities sluicing and panning gold. Describes their...
    • Pierce Park Boise

    • parks; country clubs; recreation; canoes; boating
    • Pierce Park, Boise, Idaho. Boat house, country club, canoeing.
    • Marty Martin - country music

    • Music; Entertainers; Governors;
    • Governor Samuelson with Marty Martin and Bernice Beckwith, country music entertainers.
    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
    • 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
    • C. E. Bolton letter to Friend Marble

    • Mining; Prospecting; Ore industry; Family; Country life; Snow; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold;
    • Letter written to a friend from Bolton, Idaho describes family, and life in a mining town. Describes dancing, skating, parties, sleighing and snow in Deer Creek area. Describes the process of buying stock in the mining company and says to, "help a...
    • Elias Davidson Pierce and The Founding Of Pierce

    • Mining; Gold mining; Gold; Indian reservations; Indigenous peoples; Prospecting; Miners
    • Part of the reference series from the Idaho State Historical Society about E. D. Pierce (1824-1897) and his prospecting. Instead of searching for gold in country that was reasonably accessible, he became obsessed with the opening of a new mining...
    • New Meadows- Ranch Country (A)

    • Horses; Cattle; Valleys; Mountains; Corrals; Forests
    • New Meadows, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Horses and cattle in a meadow in foreground. Snow dusted heavily forested mountains in the background.
    • New Meadows- Ranch Country (B)

    • Panoramic views; Mountains; Valleys; Cattle; Forests
    • New Meadows, Statesman Anniversary Edition 1939-1940. Cattle in a meadow in foreground. Breathtaking heavily forested mountains in the background.
    • Roger Miller

    • Entertainers; Celebrities; Singers; Men; Fairs;
    • Roger Miller , Country Western entertainer at the Canyon County Fair.
    • Ketchum

    • Panoramic views; City & town life; Cityscapes; Country life; Valleys;
    • Ketchum, Idaho as viewed from the base of Dollar Mountain. The city is in the middle distance, trees in the foreground and mountains fill the background.
    • ITD_06096

    • Lt. Colonel Dwight D. Eisenhower led an Army Convoy across the country to demonstrate the need for the Federal Government to fund highways.
    • Payette, B.C. collection

    • Material relating to the fur trade era of the Pacific Northwest, particularly to Francois Payette. Largely copies from the Spokane House journal, Peter Skene Ogden's Snake Country journals, and the journals of John McLoughlin, John Work, Nathaniel...
    • MS78
    • Leon Cuddeback and a Swallow Biplane

    • airplanes; business aircraft; men;
    • Leon D. Cuddeback and a Swallow biplane of the type he flew on April 6, 1926 on a maiden flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho. The flight for Varney Air Lines launched permanent scheduled air service in this country.


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