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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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    • Richfield, Idaho - Promotional Pamphlet

    • Publicity photographs; Promotional materials; Cities & towns; Book illustrations; Pamphlets; Art;
    • This booklet is 32 pages of photos and articles promoting the opportunities available to persons interested in moving to the Richfield and Dietrich area of Idaho. Views include farms crops, new buildings, civic groups, irrigation, and settlers.
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    • Telegram Sent August 17, 1878 at 11:40am

    • telegrams; Native American; military personnel;
    • Telegram from Fred J. Kiesel & Co. to Col. George L. Shoup regarding a standoff between settlers and Native Americans.
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    • Telegram Sent August 17, 1878

    • telegrams; Native American; military personnel;
    • Telegram from Col. George Shoup to James Glendenning regarding the standoff between the settlers and Native Americans.
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