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    • Historical Markers - Goddin's River

    • markers; signs; explorers; fur;
    • Known as Goddin's River in the days of the fur trade. This stream originally was named for the trapper who discovered it. Thery Goddin, a prominent Iroquois who explored this river in 1819 or 1820, had come here with Donald Mackenzie's fur hunters...
    • Salmon River Expedition 2

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Left to right: Maynard Owen Williams (photographer, chief editor of National Geographic), Philip J. Shenon (U.S. Geological Survey), Howard Flint (U.S. Forest Service, died...
    • Salmon River Expedition 1

    • rivers; expeditions
    • Members of the National Geographic Society's 1935 Salmon River Expedition. Pilot Unidentified. Men standing (left to right): Philip J. Shenon, Maynard O. Williams, D. Worth Clark, John Reed, Unidentified. Howard Flint, US 75.
    • Payette River

    • Payette River; Idaho Northern; Bank's Ranch
    • Payette River, obstructed by blasting in construction of Idaho Northern grade, at left. Two Miles below Bank's Ranch
    • Mining area, Triumph Mine, Wood River Valley

    • Mining equipment; Wooden Buildings: Mine Buildings; Scaffolding; Mining; Electric Lines; Utility Poles; Tailings Embankments; Automobiles; Pickup Trucks; Dirt Roads
    • Triumph Mine, Wood River near Hailey; elevated view of mine buildings, tailings and roads
    • Lithograph drawing, Bullion Mine, Wood River Valley

    • Lithographs; Mine Buildings; Wooden Buildings; Miners; Logs; Horse Teams; Carts & wagons; Gold mining; Silver mining
    • Bullion Mine, Wood River Gold and Silver Mining County, Alturas County, Idaho from Elliott's "History of Idaho", p. 178
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River

    • general views; postcards; bridges (built works); river beds;
    • Perrine Bridge over Snake River, near Twin Falls color post card
    • Salmon River near Whitebird

    • bridges (built works); mountains; river bends; postcards;
    • Salmon River near Whitebird- 1940 color post card
    • Steamboats-Georgie Oakes

    • steamboats;
    • Head of the navigation Coeur d'Alene River.The Northern Pacific steamer ""Georgia Oakes"" in dock at head of navigation on the Coeur d'Alene River near the location of the ""old mission."" The dock being constructed from the hull of the older...
    • 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...
    • Red River Hot Springs, Idaho

    • Animals; Deer; Springs;
    • Red River Hot Springs near Grangeville, Idaho, 1936. A deer stands near an outdoor pool.
    • 77-144-9
    • Snake River

    • rivers; river banks; Nature; natural landscapes;
    • Snake River below Shoshone Falls. Peer Rocks
    • W. Paul Tate papers

    • ate, John P., 1870-1911. --Tate, Emma, G. 1873-1962. --Tate, W. Paul. --Tate family. --Triangle Dairy (Boise, Idaho) --Dairying-Idaho-Boise. --Frontier and pioneer life-Idaho-Clearwater River Region. --Boise (Idaho)-Biography-Sources. --Payne's...
    • Tate family history and genealogy, including several narratives about family members and their business, the Triangle Dairy of Boise, Idaho; a description of Payne's Ferry on the Snake River, by W.W. Dawson and an account of pioneering on the...
    • MS463
    • Triumph, Wood River, Mines

    • Mining equipment; Mining
    • Triumph Mine, the longest operated mine in the Wood River Valley, sitting at foot of sage-covered hills. There is a tailing pond in foreground, and a waste dump and shaft on the hillside in the background. The ore bins are at the very top of the...
    • Triumph, Wood River, Mines 1

    • Mining equipment; Wooden buildings; Electric lines; Utility poles; Mine buildings; Tailings embankments; Mills; Aerial tramways
    • Triumph Mine- Longest operated mine in the Wood River Valley - winter
    • Nay Aug Mine, Deer Creek, Wood River Valley

    • Mining; Mine Buildings; Wooden Buildings; Miners; Mining equipment; Mine railroad cars; Shovels
    • Eleven miners at tunnel entrance of Nay Aug Mine, Deer Creek, Wood River Valley


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