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    • Corner of Ninth and Bannock

    • streets; Dwellings; buildings; livery; corrals
    • Corner of Ninth and Bannock. Building on corner built 1865 by C.W. Morse. He lived here until marriage, in 1872. Then used it as office for his corral and livery stable business.
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    • Boise Basin Quilters' Quilt Inventory

    • quilts
    • The Collection includes a history sheet (or sheets) for each quilt along with an image of the quilt. There are also three boxes of slides that feature several photographs of each quilt.
    • MS833
    • Mines-Owyhee-Poorman

    • mining; mines; mine buildings;
    • Taken the summer or fall of 1867 or 1868. Poorman Mine discovered in fall of 1865 on War Eagle Mountain. However the mine was in litigation during fall and winter of 1865-66. Not a great deal accomplished summer of 1866. From the size of the dump...
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    • Alturas County Courthouse - Plan

    • Courthouses; Architectural drawings; Architectural elements; Architecture;
    • Courthouse front view. One page of plan specifications for the Alturas County Courthouse, 1865.
    • AR200Box12Folder5
    • Pefley

    • saddleries; buildings; storefronts
    • Pefley's Harness & Saddle Shop, 833 Main Street. View of storefront, free-standing Pefley's sign in foreground; standing at left: P.J. Pefley, owner (in apron); Mason, employee.
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    • Petroglyphs and Pictographs

    • petroglyphs; Native American; rock art; rock; rock paintings;
    • Indian Rock at Hot Springs Enterprise on Snake River Rock about 12 ft. square - oval shape
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    • Gold Hill Mine, Quartzburg, Idaho

    • Mine buildings; Tailings embankments; Gold mining
    • Mine, mill, buildings, assay office, tailings, supplies, equipment, mountain site
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    • Tate-Gekeler

    • dwellings
    • Emma Tate (Mrs. John P. Tate) holding Paul. Left to right: John, Philip & David. Grace Hammack is on the horse. The house, located on Lincoln Ave., near Iowa Ave. in S. Boise), was torn down in 1918.
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    • Miner's Candlestick 1

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Lighting; Candlesticks
    • Miner's Candlestick made of iron, 1 inch high, 1 3/4 inch wide, 9 inches long. Example of the "basic design" with thimble, spike and handle prevalent 1860-1865.
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    • Nez Perce Clothing

    • Native American; horses; Nez Percé; clothing; tipis
    • Indian man and woman in regalia, with horses
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    • Miner's Candlestick 2

    • Mining; Mining equipment; Light fixtures; Candlesticks;
    • Miner's candlestick - forged iron, work in-progress, used by J. O'Ferrell. "Basic design" style of American miner's candlestick with thimble, spike, and handle elements included in pressed iron piece.
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    • Nez Perce Ceremonial Dance

    • Native American; Nez Percé; ceremonial costume; ceremonies; dance; dancers;
    • Nez Perce Ceremonial Dance
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    • Hydraulic Mining - Elk City

    • Hydraulic mining; Mining Equipment; Erosion
    • "Buffalo Pit" hydraulic placer mining operation near Elk City, Idaho
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    • Pioneers, Atlanta, Idaho

    • Mining; Miners; Women; Frontier & pioneer life; Clothing & dress; Shovels; Hats;
    • Group of three women and two men posed with shovels against pile of loose earth. Only one person is looking toward the camera.
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