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    • Buffalo Hump

    • mining; forests; mountains; scenes; trails;
    • View looking east, taken from Hump-Florence Trail, a distance of 4 miles.
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    • Lookout Trail

    • Men; Forest; Logging
    • Tree and rock on lookout trail, head of Beaver Creek
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    • Trail Creek Summit

    • distant views; mountains; postcards;
    • Trail Creek Summit, near Sun Valley - Idaho
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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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    • Seven Devils Mountians

    • trails; mountains; gold;
    • The old Boise Trail passed between the two points marked ""X"". Hells Canyon is behind or west of this mountain. A little to the north and east is ""Dry Diggings"" where much gold was found and ""picked up"" as there was no water for the usual type...
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    • Lewis & Clark's Camps

    • camps; maps; explorers; trails; markers;
    • The camps of Lewis & Clark across the Lolo Trail.
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    • MS281_01539

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    • Register Rock-Point of historical interest on Old Oregon Trail. rock is of soft nature. Names have been inscribed on rock by emigrants camping near the site. (Idaho FAP 109-C Neeley-Bonanza Ranch)
    • 3/16/1939
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp - Camp View

    • Camps; Tents; Conservation and restoration; Prairies;
    • Poison Creek Spike Camp consists of 15 tents. Average number of men on duty each day, 34. Main project Poison Creek Truck Trail.
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    • Boise Basin Days

    • Celebrations; Programs; Pioneers; History;
    • Pioneers,O Pioneers! Old Oregon Trail Centennial Celebration, June 12-13-14 1930. The program lists events over three days including a parade, circus, air races, and a dance. A list of early Idaho Pioneers is part of the pamphlet.
    • MS544Box6Pam13
    • Oregon Trail

    • west; Western; trails; wagons; markers; rock carvings; rock art; rock;
    • Photograph of writing on a rock found on west side of Raft River, a mile south of the junction of the Old Oregon Trail and the California Cut-Off known as the Yale Diversion. Writing was done with axle grease and shows names with date.
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    • Marshall Bond, Sr. letter to Dearest Amy

    • Mining; Miners; Gold; Gold mining;
    • Personal letter concerning experiences during the Thunder Mountain, Idaho, gold rush. Describes a prospecting trip that began in Meadows, Idaho and the ways that the trail was outfitted with gear and essentials. Describes the types of food and the...
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    • Reconnaissance Party Lunch

    • Forest; Men
    • Part of reconnaissance party eating lunch, Anderson Creek Trail, Kooyuimjian, heineman, Shephard
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    • Oregon trail

    • Flood;
    • one mile west of Pocatello airport
    • P1992-44-417

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