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    • ITD_06017

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    • Ferries were popular in the old days. This one over the Snake River near Thousand Springs near Twin Falls, Idaho is transporting a horse and rider and an automobile.
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    • Ferries (Rosevear)

    • Ferries; Carts & wagons;Rivers;
    • Rosevear Ferry on the Snake River built for J. Rosevear, Spring 1890. Located where Glenns Ferry railroad pump is "now". The ferry is transporting 2 sheep wagons.
    • gr-62-50-42
    • Remington Ferry

    • ferries; rivers; covered wagons; transportation; rivers; landscapes
    • Remington ferry below Whitebird. Ferry with covered wagon, horses, people.
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    • Ferries, White Bird

    • ferries; rivers; log construction
    • The Curtis Ferry on the Salmon River, 18 miles south of Grangeville, Idaho.
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    • Ferries-Campbell's

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Located on Salmon River 12 miles from Dixie, Idaho. Operated by row boats on either side. It was first operated by a man name Robinson, later by Warren Cook. Ferry could only carry 3 or 4 horses per trip.
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    • Ferries-Ballard

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Seven Devils Area. Frank Ballard's Ferry, 2 miles below Homestead at foot of Kleinschmidt grade.
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    • Ferries

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • Across Snake River
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    • Ferries-Givens

    • ferries; rivers; river banks;
    • On Snake River, not far from Givens Hot Springs.
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    • Ferries-Gardena

    • ferries; rivers; river banks; men; women;
    • Sherard Ranch in background. Payette River.
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    • Ferries-Rosevear Ferry

    • ferries; wagons; rivers;
    • Snake River. Built by Ernest Eichholz for J. Rosevear, Spring of 1890. Where Glens Ferry Railroad pump is ""now"" located.
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    • Owsley Ferry

    • Rivers; Ferries;
    • Snake River SE of Hagerman Emma Davis and Jim Kriger, Oakland
    • P1992-44-12
    • Remington, Ferries

    • rivers; ferries; horses; wagons; men; women
    • The Remington Ferry docked on the Salmon River below White Bird, about 20 miles from Grangeville.
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