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    • WCTU Towles Fountain

    • associations; women
    • Dedication of Towles Fountain in front of Boise City Hall, 1915. Nettie and Dorothy Chipp (young girl) shown on platform. Fountain named in honor of Mary Towles, early temperence worker.
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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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    • Glider

    • Gliders (Aircraft); Aircraft; Airports; Recreation; Flying; Air pilots;
    • A glider sits on the field at Floating Feather Airport. The glider is named "Miss Columbia Basin".
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    • 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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    • Historical Markers - Goddin's River

    • markers; signs; explorers; fur;
    • Known as Goddin's River in the days of the fur trade. This stream originally was named for the trapper who discovered it. Thery Goddin, a prominent Iroquois who explored this river in 1819 or 1820, had come here with Donald Mackenzie's fur hunters...
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    • Owyhee Mines

    • Mining; Miners; Mining equipment; Mining camps; Ore industry;
    • Mine and Mill Buildings at the Oro Fino Mine on War Eagle Mountain near Silver City in Owyhee County. Photo was taken 1866. The Oro Fino Mine was discovered in August 1863. The mine was worked for a number of years by J. Marion More and David...
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    • Bradley Mine, Stibnite, Mines

    • Mining; Wooden buildings; Mining; Mining camps;
    • Conveyors and mill buildings in the "Glory Hole" at Bradley Mining Company's Stibnite mine in Valley County, Idaho. Photo was taken April 24, 1949. The mine and town of Stibnite are named after the antimony sulfide ore "Stibnite".
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