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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Hauling Rock
    • 68-57-49


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    • Idaho State Penitentiary
    • Hauling Rock
    • 68-57-49-a
    • Al Robbins Rock House

    • Masonry; Stone walls; Stonework; Fireplaces; Furniture;
    • Rock house, house number 1004, view of fireplace.
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    • Company 2527, Camp DG3-  Road Construction

    • Pickup trucks; Vehicles; Stonework; Men; Road construction;
    • Give these boys rock, gravel, and some lumber and they can build roads that water may go over or under and still not damage the road bed.
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    • Company 4738, Camp DG14 - Enrollees

    • Camps; Uniforms; Wooden buildings; Men; Conservation and restoration;
    • Good-bye DG14. These boys are headed to Missouri and home after serving up to 2 years in the Civilian Conservation Corps's. Trained caterpillar, bulldozer, and grader men; truck drivers, jack hammer and powder men; rock masons, bridge builders,...
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    • Dredges, Mining Machinery, Boise Basin

    • Dredges; Dredging; Mining; Gold dredging; Gold mining; Wooden buildings; Mud ; Mining equipment;
    • Close connected bucketline dredge owned and operated by the Bed Rock Dredging Company near Placerville, Idaho in 1898-1899. The dredge was named the H W Lippencott after the company president Howard Lippencott. The Bed Rock Dredging Company was a...
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    • Edward C. Manson papers

    • Union Pacific Railroad Company-History-Sources. --Oregon Short Line Railroad-History-Sources. --Railroads-Idaho-Pocatello-History-Sources. --Natural monuments-Idaho-Power County.
    • regulations. Also includes an oil painting and information concerning "The Sphinx of Idaho," a natural rock formation in Power County, Idaho.
    • MS516
    • Great Thunder Mountain gold fields, Idaho Co., Idaho

    • Mining
    • Blueprint. Inset: Map showing routes to Thunder Mountain. Scale [1:1,647,360]. "Thunder Mountain gold fields are reached only via Boise, Ketchum, Mackay, Red Rock or Weiser, all good outfitting points on the Oregon Short Line R.R."
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    • Hard Rock Work

    • Men; Dog; Mountain; Roads
    • Hard Rock work on the South Fork wagon road, Road grade about complete.
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    • Heyburn State Park - Structures 2

    • Incinerators; Camps; State parks and reserves; Masonry; Clothing and dress; Stone cutting; Men
    • Basalt rock incinerator, Rocky Point.
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    • interview (from Oral History Collection) with Dorothy McKenzie

    • Mining; Mining camps; Women
    • In her interview conducted on July 23, 1981 by Kris Major, Dorothy McKenzie describes how she came to the Yankee Fork area in 1940. She first stayed in a campground, Flat Rock Campground, and later lived in a log cabin with the rest of the mining...
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    • ITD_04782

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    • Men drilling holes in rock beside Highway.
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    • ITD_06221

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    • Telford base (construction such as this tried in late 1910s and early 1920s. Large rock late covered with fine sand and gravel.
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    • ITD_08478

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    • Views on Section G. Project No. 9-Close up of damage to steam shovel buried by rock slide.
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    • ITD_08483

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    • Project No. 6-Steam shovel at Station 211 loads horse drawn ""Western Dump Wagon"" with rock.
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    • ITD_09722

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    • Camp Register at Rock Creek Camp Grounds, Spring, 1947
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    • Lookout Trail

    • Men; Forest; Logging
    • Tree and rock on lookout trail, head of Beaver Creek
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