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1860, Washington Territory   ::   1864 map   ::   1876 map (includes Bear Lake est. in 1875)
Native American Tribes
Chronological Summary by James H. Hawley, 1920
A Capsule History, an Idaho Chronology, abstracted from "The Idaho Almanac, 1977 (through 1976)
Fur Traders, includes Kullyspell (Bonner County), Idaho's First Trading Post 1809; Fort Henry 1810 (Fremont County)
Captain Bonneville (1832 - 1835)
   
Mountain Men and the Fur Trade (off-site)
The Missionaries Followed the Explorers and the Fur Traders
   The Spaldings at Lapawai
   The Catholic Missions, includes the DeSmet Mission and the Cataldo Mission
   LDS - Fort Lemhi, includes founding of Franklin, first permanent settlement
Along the Oregon Trail
Nathaniel J. Wyeth and Fort Hall, (Bannock County) (1834 -) by Brosnan
   The Fort Hall Accounts (off-site)
Old Hudson Bay Fort Boise (Canyon County) (1834 - 1855), by Brosnan
Fremont through Idaho, 1843, (stops at Ft Hall and Ft. Boise) by Brosnan
Trading and Military Posts by Hawley
19th Century Forts & Military Installations, at Digital Atlas of Idaho
Oregon Trail Links and Information
Goodale North: Oregon Trail Alternate Route from Boise to Brownlee Ferry (1862)
Hawley: Discovery of Gold, Pierce City, New Discoveries, Florence (1860f)
"Pacific Coast Business Directory for 1876-78," Compiled By Henry G. Langley
Postoffices, Idaho Semi-weekly World, Sept. 1889
Territorial Executive Branch (1863-1889)
Women Suffrage for Idaho (1896)

"Idaho was the fourth American commonwealth to adopt woman suffrage. On January 21, 1895, the Third Legislature passed a joint resolution which permitted the electors of the the state to vote on a woman suffrage amendment to the constitution. At the next general election (November 3, 1896) the amendment was overwhelmingly indorsed by the voters of the state. The final count showed that 12,126 votes had been cast in favor of the measure, while only 6,282 ballots had been registered against it. The State Board of Canvassers, however, refused to declare the amendment carried on the ground that 12,126 votes did not represent a majority of the total votes cast at the election (29,697). A few weeks later (December 11, 1896) the supreme court unanimously held that a majority of the votes cast on the amendment measure was suffucient to secure its adoption." - C. J. Brosnon, "History of Idaho," Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935.

Women Juries
   Owyhee Nugget, Jan. 03, 1908: First Woman Jury at De Lamar
   Twin Falls' First Female Jury 1912
   Jury Of Women Hearing Case In Justice Court, December 1912, Boise

The History of Idaho, The Gem of the Mountain (1920) by James H. Hawley
   abstracts, includes county descriptions, newspapers, Idaho in the Spanish American War
When the Mountins Roared - the 1910 Fires, "Big Blow-up," "Big Burn:" 85 fatalities, two day firestorm destroying three million acres (off-site)
Daughters of the American Revolution Members Residing in Idaho, 1911
Two Carloads of Elk Shipped into State from Montana, 1915
WWII POW Camps in Idaho
Idaho Penny Postcards - a pictorial state history tour
Historic Value of Metal Production for Idaho, 1860-1980 Cumulative Totals by Mining Area ,
Extracted from "Gold Camps & Silver Cities (Nineteenth Century Mining in Central and Southern Idaho)," by Merle W. Wells
"Mining in Idaho" (map), p. 235, "The Idaho Almanac," 1977 Edition, State of Idaho
Mining Districts of the State of Idaho 1987, available for download at Idaho Geological Survey
Miscellanous News Items

1864, 13 Men Hung, George Ives, Henry Plummer, Ned Ray, Buck Stinson, John Wagner (aka Dutch John), Spanish Frank, Reed & Brown, Jack Gallagher, George Lane, Haze Lyons, Boon Helm and Frank Parrish
1864, Action of Vigilance Committee against, Harry Plummer, Jack Gallagher, Boon Helm, Spanish Frank
1887, Oct. - Boil Hay in new ironware kettles . .
1892, In 1891, 430,884 immigrants landed in New York City, 70,496 Germans, Ireland 35,951, (continued)
1891, Idaho Moose
1893, German Easter Legends
1898 - Hell as preached by Klondike preachers
Miss Sweet, Idaho Co. School Superintendent, rode 639 Miles in performance of duties
Idaho Statesman, July 4, 1965
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On other AHGP sites -

Origins of Certain Place Names in the United States, includes Idaho
Photographs of Western Idaho (The Panhandle)
Idaho, Pacific States Newspapers Directory
Sketches of Inter-Mountain States, including Idaho
Making the Washington - Idaho Boundary




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