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    • CAA War Training Service; Fish Lake
    • Page 7: Fish Lake is one of the forest service fields in the Mountains of Idaho. Moose, Elk, and Fish are plentiful. Our airplanes frequently use this and many other airports in the wilds of Idaho. Some of the runways are only 1200 feet in length.
    • 2008-8-009


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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 18: In addition to overhauling and maintenance on War Training Service airplanes our shop completely rebuilt this S-6000-B Travelair 7 passenger airplane. This airplane is used for forest fires and Civil Air Patrol.
    • 2008-8-032
    • Band of Sheep Grazing

    • Mountain; Sheep
    • band of sheep grazing in rocks at head of Brush Creek Canyon; east side of West Mountain. 1912.
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    • Bedground (a)

    • View; Forest
    • Bed ground used some ten nights in 1912
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    • Bedground (b)

    • View; Forest
    • Bedground used one night by experimental band
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    • Big Creek

    • View; River; Forest
    • South Fork opposite Hopkins Ranch, Big Creek. Gallagher in distance.
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    • Big Eddy

    • River; Raft; Men
    • Forest Supervisor G.B. maina (Mains) and forest gaurd William George crossing the Big Eddy of the North Fork of the Payette River on a "raft"
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    • Billings, Charles L. papers

    • Potlatch Forests, Inc. --Clearwater Timber Company. --Edward Rutledge Timber Company. --Forests and forestry-Idaho-History-Sources. --Forests and forestry-Montana-History-Sources.
    • Newspaper clippings, articles, and personal papers relating to Billings' work with the U.S. Forest Service in Idaho and Montana and with Edward Rutledge Timber Co., Clearwater Timber Co., and Potlatch Forests, Inc.
    • MS148
    • Black Lake, Seven Devils, Mines

    • Mining; Mine Buildings
    • Mine and Mill Buildings at Black Lake in the Seven Devils mining district. Buildings were burned by the U.S. Forest Service during WW II.
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    • Boise National Forest Office

    • Forests; Administrative agencies; Stonework; Stone buildings;
    • Boise National Forest Office, originally the United States Assay Office, now Idaho Historic Preservation Office on Main Street.
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    • Camp at Cold Spring

    • Camping; Horses; Tents; Carts & wagons; Forests;
    • James Stewart and Alice Fletcher set up camp at Cold Spring. The camping gear is spread on the ground next to the tent. The wagon, horses, and James are on the left. Alice stands next to the tent. The forest fills the back ground.
    • 63-221-20
    • Cascade, Idaho- City

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Cityscape photographs;Roads; Forests
    • A view of Cascade, Idaho looking down the highway. The town is in the foreground and mountains and forest in the background.
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    • Chain of Buckets

    • Gravel; Excavation
    • Chain of buckets with an individual capacity of 13 1/4 cubic feet of gravel. The gravel contained in them is said to run from 10 cents to 20 cents per cubic yard
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    • Chute

    • Chute; Mining
    • Chute on Michigan-Idaho Lumber Co. sale area. Station Creek
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    • Civilian Conservation Corps (D)

    • Camps; Forestry; Tents;
    • Civilian Conservation Corps Camp F-146, Upper Beaver, Lewiston, Idaho. Aerial photo of the main buildings and tent housing located in the forest.
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