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    • Pioneers, Silver City, Idaho 1

    • Pioneers; Women; Women's education; Mining camps; Mining; Miners; Chairs; Clothing & dress;
    • Upper row: 1. Helen Murphy Blackinger (left), 2. Fred Irwin, Mgr. Idaho-Pittsburg later Trade Dollar Mine, 3. Permeal French, later Dean of Women, University of Idaho. Lower row: 1. R. H. Britt, Mgr. Poorman Mine.
    • Pioneers, Hailey, Idaho

    • Pioneers; Frontier & pioneer life; Horses; Covered wagons; Clothing & dress; Children;
    • Unidentified family with covered wagon. Four women, two children, and two men are in this photo. Four horses are hitched to the wagon.
    • Pioneers, Silver City, Idaho

    • Mining; Women; Clothing & dress; Jewelry; Hairstyles; Plant containers; Wooden buildings; Eyeglasses;
    • Twelve women posed on a porch. They appear to be part of an organization or club as several are wearing similar jackets-perhaps to indicate rank within the organization-and ornamental pins. Three of the women are identified as Julie Allen, Maud...
    • Drawing Dedicated to the Pioneers of Idaho

    • pioneers; celebrations;
    • This drawing was created by Charles Ostner. He created the gold gilded George Washington statue that is now in the Idaho Statehouse. It was presented to Idaho Territory on January 8 1869 and dedicated to the Pioneers of Idaho. This is a copy of Mr....
    • Historical Markers - Massacre Rocks

    • markers; signs;
    • This defile is named for a series of skirmishes between Indians and Emigrants on the Oregon Trail, August 10, 1862. Nine whites were killed, and six more were wounded. As the traveler speeds through this opening in the rocks, he seldom thinks of...
    • Ella Frances Knox Parrish papers

    • The Collection contains a history of Emmett and a list of early Emmett pioneers and founders. Also included is Parrish's correspondence with the Idaho Historical Society and state and national government representatives, and personal momentos.
    • MS47
    • Marcus Whitman

    • missionaries; monuments; pioneers;
    • Statue, National Capitol, Washington, D. C.
    • Spalding, Idaho - Cemeteries

    • cemeteries; Christian clergy; missionaries;
    • Spalding Monument, Spalding, Idaho. Spalding Unit, Nez Perce National Historical Park. In memoriam Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding (1803-1874) and his wife Eliza Hart Spalding (1808-1851) pioneers, missionaries, founders of Industry, Education,...
    • Boise Parade

    • parades
    • Signs read 'The Old Pioneers Rossi Lumber Co.' 10th Street between Idaho and Main Street
    • Boise Basin Days

    • Celebrations; Programs; Pioneers; History;
    • Pioneers,O Pioneers! Old Oregon Trail Centennial Celebration, June 12-13-14 1930. The program lists events over three days including a parade, circus, air races, and a dance. A list of early Idaho Pioneers is part of the pamphlet.
    • MS544Box6Pam13
    • 61-31-8-LewistonPublicBldgs(courthouse)NezPerce

    • CourtHouse; Buildings; Architecture
    • Nez Perce County Courthouse in Lewiston County. First Court House and Jail, 1st street between Main and "d". Drawn by Myrtle Bailey from description by pioneers. Engstrom Studio, Lewiston.
    • Monuments, Leesburg, Idaho

    • Monuments & memorials; Mining camps; Historical markers;
    • Monument rected July 17, 1926, at Leesburg, commemorating the discovery of gold in July 1866. The monument was erected by O. E. Kirkpatrick, Leesburg. Two of the women in the group are Mrs. Esther Amonson Pyeatt, and Mrs. Anna Edwards Wright,...
    • Sons and Daughters of Idaho Pioneers record

    • later, O. B. 1848-1919. --Defoe, Jules. --Cuddy, John, 1834-1899. --Christ Chapel (Idaho) --Basque Americans-Idaho. --Henry's Fort (Idaho) --Fort Boise (Idaho) --Boise (Idaho)-History. --Idaho-Centennial celebrations, etc.
    • Minutes, financial and membership records, scrapbooks, and subject files. Subjects include: Basques, Idaho's 50th Anniversary, John Cuddy, Oliver B. Slater, Jules Defoe, Fort Boise, Henry's Fort, and Christ Chapel.
    • MS471
    • Lafayette Cartee papers

    • Letters from Cartee to his daughter (1865-1867); memorabilia of Cartee's family; wedding announcement of Carrie Cartee and Fremont Wood.
    • MS376
    • "Idaho Marches On" Celebration (B)

    • celebrations; parades & processions; city & town life; floats (parades); children
    • Kid parade. A dog pulls a float decorated as a covered wagon. The kids are dressed like pioneers.
    • Dwellings, Rocky Bar, Idaho 1

    • Houses; Mining camps; Wooden buildings; Children's clothing & dress; Children; Clothing & dress; Pioneers;
    • Hoffman House, a large group of men, women, and children are standing in front of the two story wooden structure.
    • Pioneers, Atlanta, Idaho

    • Mining; Miners; Women; Frontier & pioneer life; Clothing & dress; Shovels; Hats;
    • Group of three women and two men posed with shovels against pile of loose earth. Only one person is looking toward the camera.


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