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1. (1) Canoe Camp Site
2. (1) Date of the Creation of Idaho
3. (1) The Boise City Assaying and Refining Works
4. (1) Four Stages in Idaho's Mining Development
5. (1) Idaho's Gold Production Compared to the United States Total in the Nineteenth Century
6. (1) Idaho Gold Production, 1860-1866
7. (1) Idaho's Mining History JPG format: Small image; larger image
8. (2) Elias Davidson Pierce and the Founding of Pierce
9. (26) Mining in Idaho
10. (3) Counties and County Seats
11. (1) Counties Which No Longer Exist
12. (1) Territorial Political Conventions 1864-1890
13. (2) State Political Conventions, Presidential Years, 1890- 1984
15. (2) Territorial Governors of Idaho
16. (4) State Governors of Idaho
17. (11) United States Senators From Idaho
18. (11) United States Representatives From the State of Idaho
19. (1) Rocky Bar Spanish Legend
20. (2) Thunder Mountain (Short Version or Long Version -35 pages)
21. (1) Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake
22. (3) The Indians of Idaho
23. (2) Idaho's Indian Wars
24. (2) The Sheepeater Indians
25. (2) Full Names of State Governors
26. (3) Vinegar Hill Historic District
29. (2) Location of Fort Boise, 1834-1855 (Fur Trade)
30. (2) Boise City Charter
31. (2) Trees in Early Boise
32. (1) The Name "Boise"
33. (1) The Name "Eagle Rock"
34. (1) The Name "Minidoka"
35. (1) The Name "Moscow"
36. (1) The Name "Owyhee"
37. (1) The Name "Pocatello"
38. (1) Snake River
39. (2) The Origin of the Name Nampa
40. (3) Bigfoot
42. (1) Total Votes of Counties in Territorial Elections
46. (2) Territorial Legislative Apportionment
47. (5) Corrected List of Mayors, 1867-1996
48. (3) Territorial Government in Idaho, 1863-1869
49. (3) The Lewis and Clark Trail Across Idaho
50. (2) The Oregon Trail in Idaho
51. (2) Goodale's Cutoff
52. (3) The California Trail in Idaho
53. (2) Gutzon Borglum
54. (19) Snake River Ferries
59. (2) List of Army Battles & Military Events in Idaho
60. (6) Idaho State Emblems
61. (2) Description of the Idaho State Seal By Emma Edwards Green, the Designer
62. (3) Fur Trade Posts in Idaho
63. (4) Idaho Military Posts and Camps
64. (1) Idaho Ghost Towns
65. (2) Mining in Idaho
66. (3) Silver Mountain Mines
67. (19) The Geologic History of Southern Idaho By Eugene H.Walker
68. (3) Swan Falls Dam
69. (3) Origins of Idaho's County Names
70. (8) Economic Analysis of Idaho's Census Figures 1870-1960
71. (2) Eagle Rock Ferry
74. (3) Kelton Road
75. (2) The Toano Route
78. (9) Boise-Idaho City Toll Road (2.6 MB file)
79. (1) Route of the Oregon Trail in the Upper Boise Valley
80. (2) A Brief History of the Idaho State Historical Society
81. (33) Statutes and Decisions Relating to the Idaho State Historical Society
82. (4) Idaho State Archives
83. (4) Idaho Territorial Administration, 1869-1876
84. (3) Mason Brayman and the Boise Ring, 1876-1888
85. (3) Idaho Code
86. (14) Route of Alexander Ross, 1824
88. (1) Composite Shoshoni Bands of the Fur Trade Era
89. (2) Indians and Whites in the Nez Perce Country
90. (2) Historic Sites in the Nez Perce Country
91. (2) Text of the Treaty of Fort Boise, October 10, 1864
92. (19) Caleb Lyon of Lyonsdale and The Boise Claim
93. (4) The Goodrich Trail
94. (3) South Boise Wagon Road
95. (5) Rice and Porter Toll Road
96. (3) Mount Idaho-Salmon Meadows Wagon Road
98. (2) The Great Bonneville Flood
99. (2) Placer Mining Methods
103. (2) List of Early Post Offices in Idaho
104. (3) Pacific Northwest Boundaries, 1848-1868
106. (3) The Boise Claim
107. (7) Theatre in Idaho 100 Years Ago
108. (3) Idaho Before Statehood
109. (2) Idaho Since Statehood, 1890-1965
110. (1) Idaho Metal Production 1860-1980
112. (1) Alturas County
115. (1) Kleinschmidt Grade and Seven Devils
116. (9) Site Report - Seven Devils
117. (2) Sites of Historic Interest in Northern Idaho
118. (2) Sites of Historic Interest in Southwestern Idaho
119. (2) Sites of Historic Interest in South Central Idaho
120. (2) Sites of Historic Interest in Southeastern Idaho
121. (5) Fort Hall
122. (1) Coeur d'Alene Mission
123. (1) Early Idaho Secretaries in Government Offices
124. (4) Non-Military Aspects of the Nez Perce War
125. (3) Idaho State Song
126. (5) City of Rocks and Granite Pass
127. (1) O'Farrell Cabin
128. (1) North Idaho Glaciation
129. (1) Census of 1863
130. (1) Census of 1864
131. (1) Idaho Legislature
132. (4) Idaho's Territorial Capitol
133. (1) Idaho State Capitol
134. (1) Idaho's State Motto
135. (1) The Idaho State Flag
136. (3) W. E. Borah's Oration at the Funeral of Frank Steunenberg, January 2, 1906
137. (1) Steunenberg Monument Inscription
138. (2) Regulations for Administration of the State Antiquities Act
139. (1) The Eagle On the Capitol
140. (17) List of References for Idaho History
141. (5) A Select Bibliography for Idaho History Teachers
143. (15) North Idaho Stage Lines
144. (3) Stage Lines - Boise Basin
145. (3) Stage Lines - Owyhee
146. (2) Stage Lines - Overland and Kelton
147. (1) Stage Lines - Salt Lake - Montana
148. (3) Stage Lines - Yankee Fork, Wood River, and Salmon (Lemhi)
149. (4) Stage Lines - Southwestern Idaho
150. (4) Stage Coach Travel Times
151. (5) Poor Law Legislation
152. (4) Rules of the Idaho State Historical Society (12/1/65)
153. (1) Treasure Rock at City of Rocks
154. (2) Laramie Fraud
155. (1) Penitentiary and University Locations
156. (1) The Idaho-Montana Boundary Legend
157. (2) Era and Martin
158. (4) Muldoon
159. (1) Little Lost River
160. (2) Silver Mining in Idaho
161. (2) Idaho Silver Production
162. (1) Boise River Placers
163. (1) Boise Ridge Mines
164. (2) Pine, Bennett Mountain, Lime Creek, and Wood Creek
165. (1) Neal
166. (3) Placer Mining in Southern Idaho, 1862-1864
167. (4) Lode Mining in Idaho, 1864-1869
168. (4) Site Report - Challis-Clayton Area
169. (5) Bay Horse and Clayton
170. (4) Idaho License Plates
171. (5) Early Irrigation Canals Pre-Project Ventures
172. (4) The Effect of Mining in the Economy of the Boise Region
173. (4) Lumber in the Boise Region
174. (19) Deer Flat and Arrowrock
176. (6) Agricultural History of Boise Valley, 1920-1945
177. (3) Markets for Boise Valley Crops
179. (2) Idaho Prehistory
180. (2) Idaho Territorial Government
182. (23) Soda Springs
184. (10) Salmon Falls and Thousand Springs
185. (4) Three Island Crossing
187. (3) Rattlesnake Station
189. (3) Exploration of City of Rocks and Granite Pass
190. (6) The Beginning of the New York Canal
191. (1) Gold Silver Value Formula
192. (2) Fishing Falls
193. (5) Boise Project History, 1920-1945
194. (3) Site Report - Pierce-Weippe
195. (3) Site Report - Elk City Region
196. (4) Florence
197. (5) Site Report - Warrens
198. (4) Site Report - Boise Basin
199. (12) Rocky Bar Mines
200. (2) The Owyhee Country
201. (2) Banner
202. (5) Atlanta
203. (2) Leesburg
204. (8) Site Report - Yankee Fork-Robinson Bar
205. (10) Site Report - Cariboo Mountain-Tincup Creek
206. (7) Site Report - Wood River
207. (2) The Sawtooth & Vienna Mining Districts
208. (6) Mackay and Copper Basin
209. (3) Gilmore and the Viola Mining Region
210. (3) Coeur d'Alene Mining Wars
211. (1) Pearl
212. (3) Sheep Mountain, Greyhound Ridge, and Seafoam
213. (1) Hard Winters in Idaho
214. (2) The Idaho Farm Workers' Services, Incorporated
215. (3) Gilmore and Pittsburgh Railroad
216. (2) Idaho Central Railroad
218. (1) Boise, Nampa, and Owyhee Railroad
220. (2) Boise Valley Electric Railroads
221. (2) Intermountain Railway
222. (3) Idaho Centennial Publications
223. (2) Deadwood [Mines]
224. (1) The Idaho Nonpartisan League
225. (1) Horse Combines in the Palouse Country
226. (2) Idaho's First Year, 1863-1864
227. (3) History of the Idaho State Police
228. (4) Idaho Classification
229. (2) The Idaho World Press
232. (18) Almo Massacre
233. (38) Site of Utter Party Massacre
234. (16) Massacre Rocks
235. (2) Battle of Bear River, January 29, 1863
236. (3) The Snake War, 1864-1868
238. (2) Ruby and Silver City War Meetings February 14-15, 1866
239. (2) Battle of Three Forks and the Owyhee Cannon
240. (14) Site Report - Henry's Fork Area
241. (2) Pierre's Hole
242. (5) Exploration and Settlement of Salmon River
244. (3) The Early Bear River Fur Trade: Bear Lake and Cache Valley
245. (2) Jim Bridger in Idaho
246. (3) Lemhi-Lost River Fur Trade
248. (2) Boise Shoshoni
249. (1) Idaho Prehistoric Culture Areas
250. (1) Petroglyphs and Pictographs
251. (1) John Kelly and Willie, the Snake Indian Boy
252. (1) Idaho Territorial Prison
253. (1) Picket's Corral
255. (1) Meaning of the Name "Pahsimeroi"
258. (1) How Idaho Got Its Name
260. (2) Irrigation in Idaho
261. (1) Mineral City
262. (4) Site Report - Palouse Farmlands
263. (1) Heath
264. (3) The Creation of the Territory of Idaho
265. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, October 31, 1863
266. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, October 10, 1864
267. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, 1865
268. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, August 13, 1866
269. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, August 10, 1868
270. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, June 6, 1870
271. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 5, 1872
272. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 3, 1874
273. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 7, 1876
274. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 5, 1878
275. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, December 4, 1880
276. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 7, 1882
277. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 4, 1884
278. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 2, 1886
279. (1) Idaho Territorial Election Returns, November 6, 1888
280. (1) Lemhi Pass
281. (3) Alexander Ross's 1824 Route Into Stanley Basin
282. (10) Site Report - Stanley Basin-Sawtooth Wilderness and Whiteclouds
283. (1) Black Warrior Mines
285. (1) Nez Perce Trail
286. (4) The Lolo Trail
287. (4) The Mullan Road in Idaho
288. (1) The Mullan Tree
289. (3) Caldron Linn
290. (3) Hudspeth's Cutoff
291. (1) Heyburn State Park
292. (3) Packer John's Cabin
293. (4) The Stone Jug
294. (2) Snake River Basin
295. (2) Snake River Prehistory and Historical Summary
296. (2) Snake River Fine Gold
297. (5) Snake River Placers
298. (2) Gold & Silver Production at Atlanta & Boise King, 1932-1956
299. (1) Idaho's Indian Population in 1800
300. (4) Ada County
304. (3) Site Report - Bear Lake County
312. (3) Camas Prairie (Camas County)
324. (2) Early Idaho County
329. (3) Early Lemhi County
334. (2) Early Nez Perce County
335. (2) Early Oneida County
336. (2) Owyhee County
339. (2) Early Shoshone County
342. (1) Valley County
344. (2) Location of Idaho's Territorial Capital
347. (3) Idaho State Supreme Court Justices, 1890-1993
348. (1) Delegates to the Idaho Constitutional Convention
349. (2) Overland Stage Company Operations at City of Rocks
350. (3) Alexander Ross, Fur Hunters of the Far West (1956), Corrections to Footnotes
352. (4) Site Report - Hagerman Valley
353. (3) Fort Hall (Military)
355. (3) Fort Sherman
356. (3) Fort Boise (United States Army)
357. (3) Camp Lyon
358. (2) Camp Three Forks
359. (2) The Old Assay Office in Boise
360. (1) The Idaho State Historical Museum
361. (4) Hunting for Arrowheads and Other Indian Artifacts
362. (1) Ketchum
363. (1) Boise City and Urban Area Population, 1863-1980
364. (1) Chinese Mining in Idaho
365. (1) Stanley Basin Mines
366. (3) The Loon Creek Mines
367. (2) A Select Guide to Scholarly Works Relating to the Idaho Region Before 1860
368. (4) A Select Guide to General Works on National Topics of Special Importance for Idaho History
369. (4) Caleb Lyon's Bruneau Treaty, 12 April 1866
370. (1) Original Slate of Territorial Officers 1863
371. (1) Arrival of Territorial Officials in Idaho, 1863
372. (1) The First Idaho Territorial Legislature
373. (2) Cochran, Daniels and the Golden Age
374. (1) Caleb Lyon of Lyonsdale
375. (1) S. D. Cochran's Candidacy for Office
376. (2) Absence of Idaho Territorial Officials-1864
377. (2) Caleb Lyon's Statehood Scheme
378. (2) The Slocum Case
379. (2) Organization of the Idaho Territorial Supreme Court
380. (3) Recovery Processes for Idaho Ores
381. (2) The Fight Over the Iron Clad Oath, 1865-1867
382. (1) Idaho Historical Series
383. (2) Lemhi Placers
384. (3) Research Series Titles
385. (6) Yellow Jacket Mining District
386. (5) Shoup and Ulysses
387. (2) Gibbonsville
388. (1) Blackbird
389. (1) Serials and Publications
390. (3) Artists of Idaho
391. (2) Idaho Rhodes Scholars
392. (2) Idaho National Historic Landmarks and National Park Service Sites
393. (1) State Contributions to National Historic Preservation Idaho State Historic Preservation Office
394. (1) Salish Languages in North Idaho & Adjacent Washington and Montana
395. (1) The Names Coeur d'Alene and Pend d'Oreille
396. (3) Reference List of Articles on the Nez Perce Indians in Idaho Yesterdays
398. (1) Buried Treasure at City of Rocks
399. (1) State Purchasing Agents
400. (3) Norman B. Willey
401. (1) William John McConnell
402. (1) Frank Steunenberg
404. (5) John T. Morrison
405. (1) Frank Robert Gooding
407. (1) James Henry Hawley
408. (2) John Michener Haines
411. (2) Charles Calvin Moore
413. (1) Charles Benjamin Ross
415. (1) Clarence A. Bottolfsen
424. (2) Idaho's Heritage
425. (1) Idaho Centennial Series, Published in Idaho Yesterdays
426. (6) Idaho Highway Signs (Numerical Order)
427. (3) The Skinner Road
428. (2) Jean Baptiste Charbonneau
429. (1) Idaho's Congressional Election, 1896
430. (1) The Nampa Image: A Select Bibliography
431. (1) Pioneer Day
432. (1) Lieutenant Governors of the State of Idaho
433. (1) Presidents Pro Tem of the Idaho State Senate
434. (7) Speakers of the Idaho State House of Representatives
435. (1) Idaho Governor's Mansion
436. (1) Brownlee Ferry
437. (1) Burgdorf
438. (4) The Horse
440. (4) Battle of White Bird
441. (2) The Chinese Massacre at Douglas Bar, Snake River
442. (6) Site Report - Snake River From the Seven Devils to the Salmon
444. (4) Idaho Fur Trade
445. (18) City & Regional Directories on File at the Idaho State Historical Society
446. (2) Idaho Newspapers on Microfilm
447. (2) The Coeur d'Alene Mine Labor Problem, 1892-1899
448. (2) Salmon Tract Irrigation
449. (7) Research Opportunities in Idaho History
450. (2) The Nez Perce War From Camas Meadows Through Targhee Pass
451. (2) "Teton" Jackson
452. (1) Carl Buck
453. (1) Bibliography for Spokane House, 1810-1826
454. (2) Coeur d'Alene Bibliography
455. (2) J. Marion More: Idaho Mining Pioneer (1830-1868)
456. (1) Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Co.
457. (1) Idaho Presidential Vote, 1892-1896
458. (2) Identification of Historic Sites
459. (1) Problems in Utilizing Journalistic Sources for Historical Research
460. (6) Idaho Political Periods
461. (1) Slaterville and the Founding of Lewiston
462. (4) Lawyer and the 1863 Nez Perce Treaty
463. (7) Site Report - Selway-Lochsa Area
464. (6) Site Report - North Fork Clearwater Coordinated Intensive Survey
465. (19) South Boise Stage Lines
466. (4) Site Report - Coeur d'Alene River and Lake
467. (13) Legislative Investigation of the Defalcations in the Secretary's Office, January 31, 1866
468. (5) Calendar of the Idaho State Auditor's Correspondence Relating to the Coeur d'Alene Mine Labor Problem, 1899-1900
469. (2) Sineacateen and the Wild Horse Trail
470. (6) Historic Societies and Museums in Idaho
471. (13) Historical Museums, Societies and Collections in Idaho
472. (1) Mining Districts in Idaho
473. (1) Idaho Poet Laureates
474. (2) Bannock War at Camas Prairie
475. (1) Charles Henry Tompkins and the New York Canal
476. (4) Constitutional Convention and Ratification
477. (3) Inaugural Balls of the Governors of Idaho
478. (2) National Issues in Idaho During the Civil War
479. (2) Meeting Places of the Territorial Legislature
480. (5) Fur Trade Era (Idaho)
481. (6) The Founding and Construction of the Penitentiary
482. (3) Idaho Indian Treaty Lands
483. (1) Idaho Indian Reservations
484. (5) Shoshoni and Northern Paiute Indians in Idaho
485. (2) Lemhi Shoshoni Cultural Antecedents
486. (5) The Lemhi in Early Nineteenth Century
487. (2) Northern Shoshoni Cultural Antecedents
488. (4) Eighteenth Century Northern Shoshoni
489. (5) Northern Shoshoni Family Organization and Culture
490. (5) Northern Shoshoni Intertribal Trade and Fur Trade
491. (2) Northern Shoshoni Cosmology
492. (2) Boise Electric Plant
494. (1) Atlanta Dam and Power Plant
497. (3) Milner Dam
499. (1) The Idaho National Register Program
500. (1) Boise Natural Hot Water Heating System
501. (1) Lost Trail Pass
502. (4) Exploration of the Bruneau Country
503. (2) Ranching and Mining in the Bruneau Country
504. (2) Thomas Davis and the Jacobs Canal Company, Ltd.
505. (1) Middleton Mill Ditch Company Canal
506. (1) Andrews Canal
507. (2) Eagle Island Ditches
508. (1) Thurman Mill Slough and Canal
509. (4) Pioneer-Dixie Ditch Company (and Related Ditches)
510. (1) Siebenberg Co-Operative Ditch Company
511. (1) Graham Gilbert Ditch
512. (1) Eureka Canal No. 1
513. (1) New Union Ditch Company Canal
514. (2) Boise Valley Irrigation Ditch Company Canal & Farmers Union Ditch Company Canal
515. (3) Ridenbaugh-Rossi Mill Ditch
516. (1) Center Point Ditch
517. (2) Joseph Perrault and R. Z. Johnson
518. (1) Dahlberg Canal
519. (1) Boise City Canal Company
520. (2) Caldwell Canal
521. (1) Canyon County Water Company Canal
522. (1) Haas Canal
523. (1) The Mason Creek Ditch
524. (1) Pioneer Canal (Ditch)
525. (1) Coston Ditch
526. (2) Farmers Co-Operative Ditch Company (Sebree Canal)
527. (1) Middleton Water Company Canal
528. (1) Parma Canal
529. (1) New Dry Creek Ditch Company
530. (1) Eureka Ditch Company
531. (1) Settlers Canal (Lemp Canal)
532. (1) Davis Canal
533. (1) Ballentyne Canal
534. (2) Phyllis Canal
535. (1) Canyon Ditch Company
537. (1) William Judson Boone
538. (2) William Edgar Borah
539. (1) William Budge
540. (1) William Horace Clagett
541. (1) Fred Thomas Dubois
542. (1) Vardis Alvero Fisher
543. (1) John Hailey
544. (1) Weldon Brinton Heyburn
545. (1) Milton Kelly
546. (1) Alonzo Leland
547. (1) Donald Mackenzie
548. (1) John Frost Nugent
549. (1) Charles Coulson Rich
550. (1) George Laird Shoup
551. (1) Edward Augustus Stevenson
552. (3) Shoshoni Activity Near Idaho's City of Rocks in Historic Times
553. (2) The Stoddard House in Silver City
554. (3) The Salmon River Mission
555. (2) Oakley
556. (1) State Employees in 1900
557. (2) Long Valley Placers
558. (1) Volcano
559. (1) Little Smoky Mines
560. (1) Hailey Gold Belt
561. (1) Germania Basin and East Fork of the Salmon
562. (2) Black Pine Mines
563. (3) Big Creek
564. (1) South Mountain
565. (1) James Davis Agnew
566. (1) George Ainslie
567. (1) Columbus Charles Anderson
568. (1) Adoniren J. ("Jud") Boyakin
569. (1) Lafayette Cartee
570. (1) Calvin Cobb
571. (1) Frank R. Coffin
572. (1) John William Daniels
573. (1) Thomas and Francis M. (Frank) Davis
574. (1) John Lynn Driscoll, Sr.
575. (1) Benjamin M. DuRell
576. (1) Hosea B. Eastman
577. (1) Nathan Falk
578. (1) William Armistead Goulder
579. (1) Henry P. Isaacs and Josh C. Isaacs
580. (1) Cyrus Jacobs
581. (1) Richard Z. Johnson
582. (1) John Lemp
583. (1) Thomas E. Logan
584. (1) Robert Raymond (Ray) McKaig
585. (2) Christopher Wilkinson Moore and Crawford Moore
586. (1) William B. Morris
587. (1) Harry Winford Morrison
588. (1) Edwin H. Peasley
589. (1) Joseph Perrault, Sr.
590. (1) James Alonzo Pinney
591. (1) James Pinckney Pope
592. (1) David Porter Baker Pride
593. (1) James S. Reynolds
594. (1) William Henry Ridenbaugh
595. (1) Henry Chiles Riggs, Sr.
596. (1) Albert H. Robie
597. (1) Alexander Rossi
598. (1) Peter Sonna
599. (1) Fremont Wood
600. (3) Site Report - Slate Creek-Florence-French Creek
601. (4) Site Report - North Fork Salmon and Lemhi Valley-Birch Creek
602. (6) Site Report - Middle Fork Salmon-Bear Valley
603. (5) Site Report - South Fork Salmon
604. (3) Site Report - Salmon Meadows and Little Salmon River
605. (2) Site Report - Lower Weiser Area
606. (4) Site Report - North Fork Payette-Long Valley
607. (2) Site Report - Montour-Squaw Creek-Dry Buck-High Valley
608. (3) Site Report - Boise Project and Adjacent Owyhee and Lower Weiser Irrigated Lands
609. (2) Site Report - South Fork Payette-Garden Valley
610. (5) Site Report - Cache Valley
611. (2) Site Report - Blackfoot River Above Lincoln Creek
612. (2) Site Report - Portneuf Valley-Gem Valley
613. (3) Site Report - Arbon Valley-Bannock Creek-Rockland Valley-Black Pine
614. (2) Site Report - Malad Valley
615. (2) Site Report - Goose Creek
616. (2) Site Report - Raft River and Marsh Creek
617. (5) Site Report - Upper Snake Plain
618. (4) Site Report - Twin Falls-Minidoka Irrigated Tracts
619. (2) Site Report - Upper Little Wood River
620. (5) Site Report - Salmon Falls Creek and South Hills
621. (3) Site Report - Bruneau River and Tract
622. (3) Site Report - Owyhee Mountains and River
623. (3) Site Report - Snake River (Bliss to Guffey) and Western Snake Plains
624. (3) Site Report - Camas Prairie, Soldier Mountain, and Bennett Mountain
625. (2) Site Report - Lost River
626. (3) Site Report - Little Lost River-Pahsimeroi
627. (3) Site Report - East Fork Salmon River
628. (3) Historic Areas of Idaho
629. (2) Idaho Settlement Patterns After 1860
630. (1) Bertha Hill Lookout
631. (1) Federal Road Construction (F. W. Lander and James H. Simpson) that Affected Emigrant Traffic Past City of Rocks
632. (2) Pioneer Emigrant Traffic to City of Rocks
633. (2) Discovery of a Wagon Road From Salt Lake City to City of Rocks
634. (3) Shoshoni Resistance to California Trail Traffic Around City of Rocks
635. (1) Oregon and Idaho Emigrant Road Alternates that Came By City of Rocks
637. (4) Eagle Eye
640. (3) Site Report - Kootenai River Area
641. (3) Site Report - Pend d'Oreille-Clark's Fork
642. (3) Site Report - Saint Maries-Plummer Area
643. (3) Site Report - Palouse-Potlatch Timberlands
644. (3) Site Report - Camas Prairie-Cottonwood Butte
645. (3) Site Report - Kamiah-Kooskia Area
646. (4) Site Report - Lower Snake and Clearwater
647. (3) Site Report - Lower Salmon-Joseph and Doumecq Plains
648. (6) Site Report - Chamberlain Basin-Bargamin Creek
649. (8) Site Report - Shoup-Ulysses Area
650. (3) Site Report - Leesburg-Panther Creek
651. (2) Site Report - Upper Medicine Lodge, Beaver, and Camas Creeks
652. (3) Site Report - Idaho Falls-Blackfoot-Aberdeen Irrigated Tracts
653. (2) Site Report - South Fork Snake
654. (2) Site Report - Soda Springs Area
655. (3) Site Report - Pocatello-Lower Portneuf
656. (2) Site Report - Brownlee-Mineral Area-Olds Ferry
657. (2) Site Report - Mann's and Monroe Creeks
658. (2) Site Report - Upper Weiser River: Council Valley, Indian Valley, Middle Valley, Upper Valley
659. (2) Site Report - Crane and Willow Creeks
660. (2) Site Report - Horseshoe Bend-Harris Creek-Jerusalem Valley
661. (3) Site Report - Grand View-Castle Creek-Sinker Creek
662. (4) Site Report - Boise Mountains
663. (1) Coordinated Resource Planning and Protection, Idaho State Historic Preservation Plan, 1982
664. (2) Late Nineteenth Century Mining Investment
666. (1) Idaho Gold Discoveries
667. (1) Prospecting in Idaho, 1870-1878
668. (1) Idaho Lead-Silver Mining Camps, 1879-1884
669. (1) Late Nineteenth-Century Idaho Mineral Discoveries, 1884-1899
670. (4) Significant Features of Nineteenth Century Idaho Mining
671. (2) Mining Summary
672. (9) Boise Building Chronology
673. (42) History of Idaho Commercial Television
675. (12) Index of Historic Sites Reports
676. (1) Cultural Resource Management Study and Planning Units
677. (2) Evaluation Criteria for Historic Sites in Idaho's Inventory
679. (1) Early Idaho Maps
680. (1) Idaho Indians and Trappers
681. (1) Mining in Idaho, 1860-1878
682. (2) Idaho Territory, 1863-1872
683. (2) Nineteenth-Century Idaho Agricultural Development
684. (1) Lode Mines and Railroads in Idaho, 1878-1890
685. (1) Idaho Preparation for State Admission, 1872-1890
686. (1) Idaho's Late Nineteenth-Century Economic and Political Development
687. (1) Idaho's Cultural Transition From Frontier to Statehood
688. (1) Summary of Idaho's Twentieth-Century Forest History
689. (2) Progressive Reform in Idaho, 1902-1914
690. (1) Idaho's Agricultural Development, 1908-1929
691. (1) Idaho's Political and Economic Transition, 1930-1946
692. (2) State Government in Idaho, 1946-1970
693. (1) Farming in Idaho, 1946-1980
694. (1) Idaho's Industrial Trends, 1946-1980
695. (1) Recent Idaho Historical Summary
696. (3) Idaho's State Geographic Names Board
697. (3) Site Report - Saint Joe Area
698. (2) Idaho Legislature Meeting Places
699. (6) Boise Bibliography
700. (1) Music Week
701. (2) Early Boise Pharmacists
702. (2) Boise Cemeteries
703. (2) Boise High School Commencements
704. (2) Boise Children's Home
705. (2) Pinckney Lugenbeel and Fort Boise
706. (2) Boise Independence Day Celebrations
707. (2) Territorial Penitentiary Construction
708. (2) Early Boise Merchants
709. (1) Daggett Creek Fire, July 21, 1960
710. (2) Boise Parks
711. (2) Boise Agricultural Fairs
712. (2) Early Boise Schools
713. (2) Idaho Soldiers Home
714. (2) Idaho State Elections
715. (3) William E. Borah, Boise Attorney
716. (3) Boise Sandstone
717. (2) Idaho State Historical Society Facilities
718. (2) Boise Water Companies
719. (1) Idaho Governors' Inaugurals
720. (1) Boise Chinese New year's Celebrations
721. (2) Barber Mill
722. (2) Isaac N. Coston
723. (2) Boise Hardware Stores
724. (2) Saint Michael's Cathedral
725. (2) Link's School of Business
726. (2) Moses Alexander's Boise Store
727. (2) Mary Hallock Foote
728. (2) Hosea Eastman, Timothy Regan, and Frank Blackinger
729. (2) Boise Rail Service
730. (2) Boise May Celebrations
731. (2) The Baptist Church in Boise
732. (2) The Collins Family and The Fort Boise Cemetery
733. (2) The Pioneer Tent and Awning Company of Boise
734. (2) Margaret Cobb Ailshie
735. (2) Boise Hotels
736. (2) Boise Methodist Church
737. (2) Boise Presbyterian Church
739. (3) Preservation Planning
740. (2) Late Nineteenth-Century Prospecting and Mining
741. (15) A Guide to Documenting the Hisotry of a Building
742. (1) Idaho Cultural Resource Subjects for Incorporation Into a Research Design
743. (2) Idaho Historical Foundation
744. (2) Pierre's Hole Rendezvous
745. (2) Pierre's Hole Battleground
747. (1) Kamiah Monster
748. (2) Blackfoot Ferry
749. (2) Ferry Butte Ferry
750. (2) Clark's Ferry
751. (2) Payne (Lewis) Ferry
752. (3) Salmon Falls (Emigrant) Ferry
753. (2) Dorsey's Ferry - Grandview Ferry
754. (3) Monahan's Ferry
755. (4) Walters Ferry
756. (5) Fort Boise (Riverside) Ferry
757. (2) Weiser Ferry
758. (2) Olds Ferry
759. (4) Lewiston (Silcott) Ferry
760. (4) Henderson Ferry
761. (2) Nez Perce Agency
762. (2) Site Report - Star Valley, Stump Creek, and Crow Creek
763. (2) Site Report - Willow Creek, Dry Creek, and Pearl
764. (3) Coordinated Resource Planning and Protection
765. (4) H. D. Wallen's Report, 10 December 1859, Concerning Oregon and Idaho Paiute and Shoshoni Bands
766. (1) A. J. Cain's Notice, July 1861, Concerning Settlement of Lewiston
767. (2) Cultural Resource Identification in Idaho
768. (2) Guide to Idaho Archaeological Overview
769. (3) Industrial Archaeology and Engineering Sites (Read more about the construction of White Bird Bridge.)
770. (1) Idaho Code Chapter 61, Senate Bill No. 12 Defining Injuring of Monuments
772. (2) Coeur d'Alene Miners Unions, 1899-1902
773. (1) Boise Street Renumbering
774. (10) Salmon River Navigation
776. (3) Idaho's Senate Legislative Apportionment, 1890-1912
777. (1) Regional Archaeological Centers
778. (1) Idaho Archaeological Survey Records
779. (4) The Name "Idanha"
781. (10) Sanborn Fire Maps on Microfilm
782. (3) Idaho Statutes Protecting Graves (3/22/84)
783. (1) Emigrant Roads North of Snake River
784. (1) A Bibliography of Historic Preservation Publications
785. (19) Bridge Inventory
786. (1) Idaho's Labor Union Anti-Discrimination Statute
787. (2) Idaho Statesman, 19 September 1868 (Gold Excitement)
788. (1) Clearwater River Stage Lines
789. (5) Grangeville-Elk City Stage Lines
790. (6) Camas Prairie Stage Lines
791. (1) Elk City-Dixie Stage Lines
792. (2) Grangeville-Florence Stage Lines
793. (3) Grangeville-Salmon River-New Meadows Stage Lines
794. (3) Buffalo Hump Stage Lines
*795. Text Unavailable (Weiser-Warrens Stage Lines by Larry Jones)
796. (1) Moscow Stage Lines
800. (2) Boise
808. (2) Nampa
812. (2) Wallace Northern Pacific Depot
813. (2) County Courthouses in Idaho
814. (13) North Idaho Stage Lines Lewiston-Grangeville-Mount Idaho
815. (1) Idaho Magazines
816. (1) Coordinated Comprehensive Historic Preservation Planning Process
818. (2) Pocatello's [Shoshoni] Band
819. (1) Underwater Archaeological Sites Protection
821. (8) Poor Coyote [Cabin], 1855-1915
824. (22) Thunder Mountain (Long Version)
828. (7) Moose Creek
831. (2) Palouse Mines (Hoodoo)
835. (1) Urban Fires
838. (1) Snake River Mining Areas in Nevada
840. (3) County Government in Idaho Territory
842. (8) California Travelers' Perceptions of City of Rocks
843. (2) Historic Sites Inventory Research Design
844. (2) Register of Addresses by William E. Borah
846. (2) Henry Harmon Spalding and Idaho's Early Gold Rush
847. (2) Saint Joseph's Mission
848. (2) Idaho State Historical Society History
849. (2) Boise-Kelton Stage Service Past City of Rocks, 1869- 1883
850. (1) The Name "Nampa"
851. (1) Alexander H. Boomer
852. (1) Charles E. Deuel
853. (1) James Hutchinson
854. (1) Joseph H. Hutchinson
855. (1) Auren Grinnell Redway
856. (1) Cabin Creek Historic District
865. (4) Hawaiian Fur Trade in Idaho
866. (4) Iroquois Fur Trade in Idaho
867. (3) Emigrant Roads in Idaho
868. (3) Nez Perce War Sites (Historic Context)
869. (1) Charles A. Hackney and The Owyhee Avalanche
870. (1) Route of Joseph's Nez Perce Wallowa Band From Snake River to Tolo Lake, 1877
872. (3) Flint
873. (3) Milling at Flint, December 1868
875. (1) John Stanley and Stanley Basin
876. (2) Idaho-Lemhi County Boundary (Maps)
877. (1) Malad Gorge and Lower Salmon Falls
878. (2) Boise River's 1862 Flood
879. (6) Boise River: High-Water Years of the Past
880. (1) Historical Records Guide Contents
881. (2) Idaho Counties
882. (5) Directors and Secretaries of the Idaho State Historical Society
883. (1) National Register Guidelines for Property Evaluation
884. Removed. The Idaho State Historical Society Library & Archives maintains an extensive vertical file of clippings and ephemera. For further information contact the library by e-mail at sbarrett@ishs.state.id.us, or by telephone at (208) 334-3356."
890. (1) Evaluation of Placer Operations in Mining Communities
891. (1) Historic Contexts for National Register Multiple Resource Nominations
892. (14) Placer Mining Sites Contents
894. (8) Slavic Ethnic Sites in Idaho
896. (4) Changing Perceptions of Idaho's Chinese Population
897. (2) Spain and Portugal
898. (8) French, Dutch, Belgian, and Swiss Settlers in Idaho
899. (4) Lander Road
900. (2) Historical Context for Idaho Development Since 1940
901. (1) Identification of Snake Bands by Alexander Ross
902. (1) Donald Mackenzie's 1819-1820 Campsite
903. (1) Pseudonyms Used by Idaho Newspaper Correspondents
904. (2) Idaho is Different
905. (1) Peter Weiser and the Weiser River
906. (3) Beaver Canyon
907. (1) Idaho Employment Reported in 1870 Census Statistics
908. (5) Highway Marker Program
909. (6) Florida Mountain Mines
910. (2) Origins of Sacajawea's Name
911. (2) Harry Orchard's Confession
912. (2) Early Idaho Historic Preservation
913. (2) Territorial Governors Who Did Not Serve
914. (2) Idaho's Historical Significance Among Northwestern States
915. (12) Historical Society's Museum Locations
916. (2) Idaho State Admission
917. (1) Coeur d'Alene Miners' Union Interest in Pollution Problems
918. (1) Historic Sites Related to Snake River Fine Gold Mines
919. (1) Pacific Fur Company Exploration of Southern Idaho
920. (1) Historic Sites Related To Hudson's Bay Company Exploration
921. (1) Oregon Trail Routes in and Around Boise
922. (30) History of Idaho's Public Television
923. (1) WPA Historical Records in Idaho
924. (10) City of Rocks Diary Extracts
925. (8) The Pittenger Family
926. (2) Indian Post Office
927. (1) Massacre Rocks
928. (8) Centennial of Idaho's Admission to Statehood
929. (5) Idaho's Historic Preservation Program, 1966-1986
931. (2) Birth and Death Dates for Idaho Senators and Representatives
932. (8) Lode Mining Sites in Idaho
933. (3) Archie Teater's Studio
934. (1) Indian Occupation of Indian Valley
935. (1) Favorable Idaho Reactions to Chinese Residents
936. (2) Bown House
937. (7) Idaho Explorers, 1805-1880
938. (7) Snake River Explorers
939. (2) Idaho City Historic Sites and Buildings
940. (1) Silver City Historic Buildings and Sites
941. (1) Lewis and Clark's Lolo Trail Route: Segments North of Lochsa Divide
942. (13) Historic Sites of Tourist Interest
943. (1) Packers' Meadows
944. (5) Weippe Prairie
945. (1) Spalding's Mission
946. (1) Pierce Courthouse
947. (1) Saint Gertrude's College, Cottonwood
948. (1) Tolo Lake
949. (1) Farragut State Park
950. (1) Treaty Rock, Post Falls
951. (1) Camel Pack Trains at Stampede Lake
952. (1) Lucky Friday Mine
953. (1) Lawyer's Canyon Railroad Trestles
954. (1) Headquarters
955. (1) Diversion Dam
956. (1) Harriman State Park: Railroad Ranch
957. (2) Johnny Sack's Cabin
958. (1) Teton Dam
959. (1) Market Lake
960. (1) Stanley Ranger Station
961. (1) Paris Tabernacle
962. (1) Lorenzo Hill Hatch House, Franklin Cooperative Store, Franklin City Hall, and Franklin Pioneer Relic Hall
963. (12) Chesterfield
964. (1) Fort Hall Tribal Headquarters
965. (2) D. W. Standrod's Mansion
966. (1) Thousand Springs
967. (1) Upper Salmon Falls
968. (1) Three Island Ford
969. (1) Shoshone Falls
970. (1) Twin Springs (Hudspeth's Cutoff)
971. (1) North Side Emigrant Road, Jerome and Minidoka Counties
972. (2) Rock Creek Station and Stricker Ranch
973. (4) John Skillern's Ranch
974. (1) Sun Valley Ski Lifts
975. (1) National Reactor Testing Station
976. (5) Shoshone Historic District
977. (4) Weiser's Intermountain Institute
978. (1) Kitty Wilkins Diamond Ranch
979. (1) Nampa Union Pacific Depot
980. (1) Bonneville Point
981. (1) Albion Normal
982. (1) Minidoka Dam
983. (1) Blaine County Courthouse
984. (1) New Plymouth
985. (1) Lenore
986. (1) Givens Springs
987. (1) Alturas County Seat, 1864
988. (2) Sacajawea's Hidatsa Name
989. (2) Indians of the Boise Region
990. (2) Idaho Legislative Sessions
991. (1) Caldron Linn Historic District Cultural Resources
992. (1) Astorian Sites Investigation Below Milner
994. (2) Shoshoni Homelands and Tribal Development
995. (2) Shoshoni Personal Names
996. (1) Ethnic Composition of Idaho's Population, 1860-1990 Estimated
998. (7) Early Boise Libraries
1000. (2) Interpretation of Recent Idaho History
1001. (1) Subjects Appropriate for Student Research Projects
1002. (1) Ben Holladay's Overland Stage Line in Idaho
1003. (1) Analysis of 1870 Utah Census of Idaho Communities
1004. (3) Snake River Prehistory
1005. (1) Urban-Rural Distribution of Idaho Population, 1900-1990
1006. (1) Agricultural Employment in Idaho, 1900-1960
1007. (1) Automobiles Per Idaho Household, 1920-1990
1008. (3) Research Subjects in Idaho History
1009. (1) Sectional Analysis of Idaho Population
1010. (1) Gender Analysis of Idaho's Non-Indian Population, 1870
1011. (1) Site of Ramsay Crooks 1811 Canoe Disaster
1012. (5) Florida Mountain Mining
1013. (17) Waldemar Lindgren's 1899 Report on Florida Mountain
1014. (1) Gold Rush Route, Brownlee to Placerville
1015. (1) Brownlee Creek and Jerusalem Valley
1016. (2) Idaho's Boundary Dispute With Utah
1019. (2) Identification of Nonarchitectural Historic Sites
1020. (1) Oregon Trail Routes to Fort Boise
1021. (1) Table Rock
1022. (1) Boise River Fisheries
1023. (1) Desert Birds Above Boise Valley
1024. (1) Boise Shoshoni Peoples
1025. (1) Fur Trade Activity in Boise Valley
1026. (1) B.L.E. Bonneville and Bonneville Point
1029. (1) Mining Near Boise
1030. (3) Beaver Dick's Ferry
1035. (1) Oregon Trail Route Patterns
1036. (1) Boise Valley Irrigation
1037. (1) Barber Dam and Park
1040. (1) Historical Context for Idaho's Major Emigrant Road Conflict Near Castle Butte, September 9, 1860
1041. (1) Automobiles in Early Idaho Mining Camps
1042. (2) Thomas L. (Peg-Leg) Smith's Hudson's Bay Company Fur Trade Operations
1045. (1) Gold Rush Routes to Pierce After 1860
1046. (1) Clearwater Ferry Near Greer
1047. (11) Numerical List of Monuments, Sites, and Highway Markers
1048. (4) Goodale's Cutoff From Boise Valley to Powder River
1049. (2) Almo's Indian Legend
1050. (4) Owyhee Horse and Cattle Ranches (Nineteenth Century)
1051. (2) Clara L. Campbell
1052. (2) Harriet F. Noble
1053. (2) Mary A. Wright
1054. (2) Boise's Spanish Village
1055. (6) Idaho Women Legislators
1061. (1) Esmeralda
1062. (4) Lode Mining Cultural Resources
1063. (1) Abram Roberson's Cave
1064. (2) Henry Harmon Spalding's Wagon Route From Green River to Fort Hall, July 18-August 3, 1836
1066. (2) John Work's Exploration of 1832 in Central Idaho
1068. (6) Prominent Idaho Leaders or Achievers that Make Good Subjects for Student Research and Investigation
1069. (1) Pacific Northwest Climate Changes After Continental Glaciation
1070. (1) Snake River View of Oregon Trail Country From I 84
1071. (2) Goodale's Cutoff North of Timmerman Hill
1074. (1) Coldwater Hill
1075. (2) Midvale Hill: Goodale's Route, Boise to Brownlee, in 1862
1076. (1) Massacre Rocks Historic Context
1081. (1) Parker Mountain [Mines]
1082. (1) Patterson [Mines]
1083. (1) Leadore [Mines]
1084. (1) Stibnite
1085. (1) Monroe Creek and Hornet Creek [Mines]
1086. (1) Weiser Mercury
1088. (5) A Guide to Nineteenth Century Idaho Resorts and Recreation Areas
1090. (2) Owyhee County Bannock War Sites
1092. (7) Hispanic Migrant Workers' Social and Educational Services in Idaho
1096. (3) Snake River Hydroelectric Plants
1097. (1) George Starrh's Ferry
1098. (1) Oregon Short Line Names for Southern Idaho Stations Between American Falls and Glenn's Ferry
1099. (1) Idaho State Historic Sites
1101. (1) Nez Perce National Historical Park
1104. (2) Governor's Punch Bowl
1108. (2) Bering Plain
1119. (1) Location of Fort Boise and Boise City
1124. (1) Population of Silver City, 1864-1910
1125. (1) George C. Reed
1126. (1) Origins of Idaho's Bannock Indians
1127. (3) Legal Executions in Idaho 1863-1994
1128. (1) Senator William E. Borah--Gift Books from Hungary
1129. (5) Idaho Territorial Government Imprints
1130. (2) C. K. Ah Fong - 1845-1927
1131. (1) Margaret Thorne Lighthall Barnwell
1132. (2) Middleton Stuart Barnwell - 1882-1957
1133, (2) Gregory "Pappy" Boyington - 1912-1988
1134. (2) Carol Ryrie Brink - 1895-1981
1135. (2) Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. - 1837-1928
1136. (2) Chief Joseph - 1840-1904
1137. (2) Philo Taylor Farnsworth - 1906-1971
1138. (2) Vardis Fisher - 1895-1968
1139. (2) Mary Hallock Foote - 1847-1938
1140. (2) Lawrence Henry Gipson - 1880-1971
1141. (2) Ada Yost Hatch - 1900-1984
1142. (2) Walter Perry Johnson - 1887-1946
1143. (2) Grace Edgington Jordan - 1892-1985
1144. (2) Nell Shipman - 1892-1970
1145. (1) Cecil Whittaker (Ted) Trueblood - 1913-1982
1146. (1) Milton Sublette's Expedition to Payette Lake In September-October 1832
1147. (2) Emigrant Roads at Raft River Junction
1148. (2) Idaho Mine Stopes
1149. (1) Idaho's Ratification of Eighteenth Amendment Repeal
1151. (1) State Library & Archives Building
1154. (1) Boulder Basin Mines