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    • Agricultural Machinery

    • agriculture; farming; farmers; horses; threshing machines;
    • John Shmadeka at right with a crew operating a horse drawn threshing machine.
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    • Arrastras, Mining Machinery

    • mining; mining equipment ;waterwheels; mills; logs;
    • Sam Dellinger's arrastra, near Dixie, Idaho, 82 miles east of Grangeville.
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    • Bridges, Clearwater River

    • bridges; horses; horseback riding;
    • Ten miles east of Grangeville lies the principal Clearwater river crossing for roads leading to the mining districts of Newsome, Elk City, Oro Grange, Moose Creek, Deadwood, Red River and Buffalo Hump.Two women riding side saddle are in the...
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    • Bridges, Salmon River

    • ironwork; bridges; wood structures; wood; horses; men; trees
    • State Wagon Road Bridge, Salmon River near Raynoo's Ferry, Idaho County on the Grangeville-Warren Road, 60 miles from Grangeville.
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    • Buffalo Hump

    • mining; forests; mountains; scenes; trails;
    • View looking east, taken from Hump-Florence Trail, a distance of 4 miles.
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    • Buffalo Hump

    • mines; miners; horses; mountains;
    • Buffalo Hump looking north toward Idaho County. Horse riders with pack animals are in the foreground.
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    • Buffalo Hump, Mines

    • mining; miners; clothing; hats
    • Some of the original locators of Buffalo Hump. Front row left to right: C. Cone, J. D. Stantial, M. Gilbert, C. I. Flock, T. Plummer, L. Holywood, A. F. Schultz, L. Smith. 2nd row: J. P. Lefler, R. W. Hawley, F. Dorris, C. Robbins, R. F. Carney,...
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    • Buffalo Hump, Mines

    • mining; miners; clothing; hats;
    • Some of the original locators of Buffalo Hump. 1st row left to right: C. Cone, J. D. Stantial, M. Gilbert, C. I. Flock, T. Plummer, L. Holywood, A. F. Schultz, L. Smith. 2nd row: J. P. Lefler, R. W. Hawley, F. Dorris, C. Robbins, R. F. Carney,...
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    • Buffalo Hump, Mines

    • mining; miners; clothing; hats;
    • Some of the original locators of Buffalo Hump. Front row left to right: C. Cone, J. D. Stantial, M. Gilbert, C. I. Flock, T. Plummer, L. Holywood, A. F. Schultz, L. Smith. 2nd row: J. P. Lefler, R. W. Hawley, F. Dorris, C. Robbins, R. F. Carney,...
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    • Chinese

    • Chinese; rivers; mining; miners; mining equipment; gold;
    • A Chinese miner is using a rocker to recover gold on Horseshoe Bend near Freedom (Slate Creek), Idaho County.
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    • Dixie, Mines

    • miners; mines; mining equipment; logs; adits;
    • View of the Idaho Comstock mine shaft, located 82 miles from Grangeville. Two miners operate a hand powered windless. A third miner is cutting logs in the background
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    • Erwin, Dwellings

    • cabins; mountains; people
    • The Erwin Cabin at the confluence of the Little Salmon River and Salmon River.
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    • Ferries, White Bird

    • ferries; rivers; log construction
    • The Curtis Ferry on the Salmon River, 18 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho.
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    • Fish Lake

    • camping; tents; lakes; mountains;
    • Fish Lake is located 5 miles east of Buffalo Hump, Idaho County.
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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • J.A. Martindale; John Gough; Bert R. Smith; Wayne H. Woodward; Joe Kallas, SR.; Frank Zack; All Guards
    • Guards#1
    • Harrington, J. A., papers

    • Day, John, d. 1820?. --Frontier and pioneer life-West (U.S.) --Massacres-Idaho-Birch Creek. --Rodeos-Idaho-History. --West (U.S.)-History. --Alaska-Gold discoveries-History.
    • Scrapbooks, correspondence, and photographs relating to Harrington's travels and interest in frontier history. Subjects include the Alaska gold rush of the 1898; the Birch Creek massacre in Idaho in 1877; John Day (1741-1820), trapper for the...
    • MS149
    • Hotels, Grangeville

    • stagecoaches; hotels; streets
    • Mr. Jackson's stages in front of the Jersey Hotel in Grangeville, Idaho.
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    • J.A. Lippincott papers

    • Idaho. State Board of Education.
    • Correspondence and subject files relating to Lippincott's service on the Idaho State Board of Education (1917-1926), personal papers and financial records of J.A. Lippincott, and some personal correspondence and other material of John and Kate...
    • MS498
    • McCarey's, Dwellings

    • dwellings; trees; fences; people; mountains; trails;
    • McCarey's place at the Wire Bridge on the Salmon River crossing to Warren Trail. The location is 7 miles below Florence and 50 miles from Grangeville.
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    • Mining

    • freight trains; vehicles; mining; transports; boilers; horses;
    • General Robert's boiler in transit from Weiser to Warren, Idaho to be used for dredging in Warren's placer mines. View taken at (Old) Meadows "Racing Park, " 95 miles south of Grangeville
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