"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."
A rich beauty spot in the Boise Mountains consisting of 24 mining claims with a total area of 470 acres-located 8 miles east of Boise, Idaho. Includes names of officers. Shows location of claims, geographical features such as creeks, mountains,...
Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip and DavIdaho. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in South Boise (about 3 miles SE of Boise), was torn down in 1918.
General Roberts' boiler in transit from Weiser to Warren, Idaho, to be used for the dredge in Warren's placer mines. View taken at (old) Meadows "Racing Park" 95 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho. J. A. Hansen photo, Grangeville.
Hachured. Hand colored. Pages 192 & 193 from one of Cram's Atlas' published 1879. Scale: 23 miles to an inch. Map index lists names and locations of cities and geographic features. Principal roads and rail road routes are shown. 59 x 44 cm.