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    • CAA War Training Service
    • Page 6: This aerial view of the Airport was taken from three thousand feet. The graveled runway is 3800 feet long and 740 feet above sea level. In the foreground is the Snake River.
    • 2008-8-007
    • Yellowjacket Mines 1

    • Mine buildings; Mining equipment; Mining; Mills; Ore industry;
    • Phots shows the lower level of the Yellowjacket mill. Ore was dumped beside the mill, then washed into a trough that fed into the trommel screen. The trommel discharged onto the wilfly table which caught the free gold.
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    • Hardman

    • department stores
    • William Hardman & Sons Department Store; b/w illustration, corner view of storefront at street level
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    • High School Pocatello

    • schools; high schools; school buildings by level of education;
    • Pocatello High School, built in 1892.
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    • Morning Mine, 800 Station

    • Miners; Mining equipment; Mine railroads; Mine railroad cars;
    • Inside the Morning Mine, with lights, pipes, ore cars, and two miners beside the ore car. 800 Level Station.
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    • Hells Canyon Dam

    • Dams; Dam construction; Construction equipment; Concrete products industry; Cement industries; Hoisting machinery;
    • Hells Canyon Dam construction. View is from the river level looking up at the construction site.
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    • Mountain City, Nevada - Local Mine (D)

    • Mining; Mining camps; Streets; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Pickup trucks; Roads; Cityscapes;
    • A view looking down the main road in Mountain City. The street is a dirt road about three feet lower than the level of the sidewalks. Cars and trucks line the edge of the road. Several service stations, a casino, bars and cafes make up most of the...
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    • 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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