Sketches of Inter-Mountain States, including Idaho
1880 & 1900 census at ISU
1870 & 1880 non-population census - searchable indexes at history.idaho.gov
Census Records at Genealogy Trails
1940 census page images at National Archives
1940 enumeration district maps - Once there select the "State", and go to "County" and then click on "Get ED Map Images" for entire county
Homestead Records and Maps
Central and Western Idaho, a Resume of the Resources of Four Counties, Ada, Alturas, Boise and Washington Counties, 1886
FARRIT: Finding All Resources Relating to Idaho Topics, Idaho Commission for Libraries.
History Articles at the Idaho Statesman
Historical Currency Converter
History of Mines at idahogeology
Idaho Post Offices
Idaho State Historical Society
Idaho State Historical Society Reference Series Index for Idaho history articles
Idaho State Historical Society Digital Collection
ISU Trail Archives (includes Oregon Trail journals)
Library of Congress Index page
Mountain Man Alexander Ross' Journal, 1824
Mountain Man John Work's Journal, 1830-31
Oregon Trail at National Park Service
Oregon-California Trail Assoc.
Rootsweb Resources: Idaho
History of Idaho Logging
Northwest Historical Postcard Collection, University of Idaho
Boise State Digital Collection
Stonebraker Collection at University of Idaho, includes Chamberlain Basin, Roosevelt, Thunder Mountain
Mountain West Digital Library
Idaho State Historical Society Digital Collections
Idaho History Bloggers
Library of Congress, Chronicling America, includes Boise News, Caldwell Tribune, Coeur d'Alene Evening Press, Coeur d'Alene Press, Idaho semi-weekly World, The Idaho World, Wood River Times
Bear Lake County Library Digital Archives (1880- 2010) Collection of newspapers published in Bear Lake County, located in the southeastern corner of Idaho, bordering Utah and Wyoming.
Council Valley Museum including newspaper abstracts from 1877 to 1950
Franklin County Library District Digital Archives (1832- 1902, 1905- 1961) Collection of newspapers published in Franklin County, located in southeastern Idaho. Time coverage is scattered for 1832- 1902.
Minidoka Irrigator (1942- 1945) This links to the search interface for the Densho Digital Archive of the Japanese-American experience. The Minidoka Irrigator was published by the inmates at the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho, from 1942 to 1945. For a non-searchable list of PDF's, go to - http://archive.densho.org/Core/DAObjectsByCollection.aspx?id=108 The Densho Digital Archive holds more than 700 visual histories (more than 1,400 hours of recorded video interviews) and over 12,000 historic photos, documents, and newspapers. These primary sources document the Japanese American experience from immigration in the early 1900s through redress in the 1980s with a strong focus on the World War II mass incarceration.
Rigby Star (1906-1975), Newspaper of this traditionally Mormon town.
Salmon Public Library Digital Archives (1867, 1886- 1967), Collection of newspapers published in Salmon, Boise, Sweet, Burley, Gowen Field, and "Payette Lake Star" at McCall.
1The Idaho Blue Book, 2007-2008, published by the Secretary of State's office.