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    • Mine interior, Idaho

    • Mining; Miners; Headframes (Mining); Shovels; Mining equipment; Tunnels; Mineral deposits; Measuring;
    • "Compton I. White, Gen. Mgr., John Sharpe, (?)easer, Ivor Anderson; measuring new strike in the stope. 7' 10" as compared with engineer Rush J. White's estimate of 6 inches." Two miners stretching a measuring tape across the rock face as another...
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    • The Thunder Mountain Story

    • Mining; Historic sites; History;
    • Booklet describing the history of the Thunder Mountain gold rush in Valley County in central Idaho around 1900. The booklet contains numerous historic photographs.
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    • Cuddy, John, papers

    • Cuddy family. --University of Idaho-Students-History-Sources. --General stores-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Flour mills-Idaho-Salubria-History-Sources. --Salubria (Idaho)-History-Sources. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • Financial records (1868-1902), of the Cuddy Flour Mill and Mercantile store established in 1868 by Cuddy and Edwin Tyne at Rush Creek, Idaho, and at Salubria, Idaho, in 1874. Also included is correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and...
    • MS170
    • Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake

    • Streams; Mining; Gold mining; Gold rushes
    • Founded late in the fall before the big rush to Thunder Mountain in the beginning of 1902, Roosevelt soon became the leading camp in the new mining district. Thousands of men, having heard that Thunder Mountain was destined to be the biggest gold...
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    • Check Mate Mine, Pearl, Idaho

    • miners; mine buildings
    • Miners outside the mill buildings at the Check Mate Mine near Pearl, Idaho circa 1903. Left to right: 1-5 unknown; 6 Rush Van Horton; 7 Fred Turner; 8-11 unknown; 12 Charlie Charlton; 13 Jim Roarabou
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    • Marshall Bond, Sr. letter to Dearest Amy

    • Mining; Miners; Gold; Gold mining;
    • Personal letter concerning experiences during the Thunder Mountain, Idaho, gold rush. Describes a prospecting trip that began in Meadows, Idaho and the ways that the trail was outfitted with gear and essentials. Describes the types of food and the...
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    • 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
    • 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...
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