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    • Thunder Mountain Mine 1

    • Mining; Tunnels; Miners; Clothing & dress;
    • Miner standing in front of the poratal of a mine tunnel.
    • The Thunder Mountain Story

    • Mining; Historic sites; History;
    • Booklet describing the history of the Thunder Mountain gold rush in Valley County in central Idaho around 1900. The booklet contains numerous historic photographs.
    • Log Buildings, Thunder Mountain

    • Log buildings; Log cabins; Mining camps; Miners; Mining equipment; Donkeys;
    • Eight men outside a log cabin at Thunder Mountain, Idaho. Three men are mounted on donkeys.
    • Restaurants, Thunder Mountain

    • Miners; Mining; Mining camps; Woodwork; Restaurants; Restaurant workers; Tents;
    • Restaurant-interior. Picture shows two employees and two customers. The counters and stools are made of logs. The main structure is a tent.
    • Map of Thunder Mountain and vicinity

    • Mining
    • Map indicates claim ownership. Shows roads, proposed wagon road, ranches, mountains lakes, rivers and creeks. Includes legend showing principle properties. "Locations filed for record included in this territory number 6000 to date." Scale. 1...
    • Recreation, Thunder Mountain

    • Miners; Mining; Mining camps; Recreation;
    • Sack race at Thunder Mountain. Men, children, and dogs are at play in a main street. Log cabins and tents are being erected.
    • Liquor Traffic, Thunder Mountain

    • Barrooms; Bars; Miners; Mining camps; Tents;
    • Tent Saloon. Lee Lisenby's Saloon. He lived later at Thunder City. Photo shows a log bar, a selection of bottles, kegs, customers and bar tender.
    • Thunder Mountain, Idaho

    • Mining camps; Cabins; Dogs;
    • Two couples, and their dogs, in front of a wooden cabin in the Thunder Mountain region. Woman on right is Lenny Charters who later moved to Atlanta and lived for many years.
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News

    • Newspapers; Mining; Prospecting; Prospecting equipment & supplies; Gold; Gold miners; Gold mining;
    • Newspapers from the Roosevelt and Thunder Mountain area tells interesting stories, and describes area businesses that were later destroyed by the mudslide and flood. First page describes "The Golden Goal" of a miner which was to proceed at all...
    • 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...
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News 1

    • Newspapers; Gold mining; Gold miners; Gold; Business & finance; Business districts; Mining camps; Mining;
    • The Prospector and Thunder Mountain News describes the up and comings of all of the local mines mentioning the Sunnyside, the Dewey, etc.
    • Marshall Bond, Sr. letter to Dearest Amy

    • Mining; Miners; Gold; Gold mining;
    • Personal letter concerning experiences during the Thunder Mountain, Idaho, gold rush. Describes a prospecting trip that began in Meadows, Idaho and the ways that the trail was outfitted with gear and essentials. Describes the types of food and the...
    • Pioneers, Thunder Mountain

    • Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Women; Wooden buildings; Clothing & dress; Dogs; Men;
    • A group of Idaho pioneer men and women posed for posterity outside a cabin. A fine selection of men and womens fashions and accessories are represented.
    • Profile Sam's Camp, Thunder Mountain District

    • Mining; Miners; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Tunnels
    • Profile Sam's Camp, Head of Profile Creek, Glasgow Dundee Mines. People pictured are mining expert Boggs, "Profile" Sam Willson, George Brewer, William Mitchell, Ed Hayes, Crosbie Brewer, Earl Willson.
    • Buildings, Thunder Mountain

    • Cabins; Mining camps; Bars;
    • Two log cabin structures at Thunder Mountain, Idaho. One is being used as a saloon and the other as a post office. The post office has a canvas roof. Possibly Roosevelt.


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