Dry Creek Cemetery was established in 1865 and became a taxing district in 1936. The oldest and most historical section of the cemetery (Pioneer) contains many distinctive monuments dating back to the turn of the century. In 1990, Syringa Gardens Cemetery was purchased. The following 15,895 burials are recorded in the cemetery from 1865 until today.
It is with pleasure that we are enabled to incorporate in the history of Nez Perces County an epitome of
It is with pleasure that we are enabled to grant in this history a review of the leading business man
The southeast fourth of section twenty-four, township thirty-four, range one east of the Boise meridian belongs to Wyley Johnson. It
Among the pleasant and truly successful men in Nez Perce, we should mention Mr. Bowlby, whose genial manner and good
This enterprising farmer resides twenty-one miles southeast from Lewiston and is one of the substantial stockmen and farmers of his
A man of energy and excellent practical ability, who demonstrated his patriotism by serving in the Civil war from March,
Website for Idaho genealogy and history, featuring ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.
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The Goodale North: Trail Route from Boise to Brownlee Ferry
It is intended to present all facts possible, and sometimes to follow the routes of the trail that are covered with repetitious but interconnecting information.
Nez Perce County Biographies
This contains about 300 biographies of well known men and 2 women of Nez Perce County. Includes parents of subject and wife for most with some additional information on other family members. Taken from An Illustrated History of Northern Idaho, Nez Perce, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai and Shoshone Counties
Washington County, Idaho Pioneer Honor Roll
Survey of everyone who lived in Washington County continuously for 50 years or more, was made by the Weiser American. These Pioneer Residents were especially honored at the Fall Festival held in the fall of both years.
The History of Bannock County, Idaho
A history written when the county was less than twenty-five years old before adventures and legends of early days have been lost.
The History of Washington, Idaho and Montana
Bancroft Works, Volume 31, Hubert H. Bancroft, 1890
- Idaho 1863 Map
- Early Settlement
- Boise Basin Map
- Jordan Creek Map
- Idaho Council Members 1864-1867
- Federal and Territorial Officers 1864-1884
- Eastern Oregon Map
- Camas Prairie and Volcano District
- The Lolo Trail Map
- Mining Gold and Silver in Idaho 1865-1885
- Owyhee Mines previous to 1865 (names)
- Southwestern Idaho Map
- Wood River Mineral District Map
- County Development
- Ada County
- Alturas County
- Bear Lake County
- Early Settlers of Boise and Boise Valley
- Cassia County
- Custer County
- Idaho County
- Kootenai County
- Lemhi County
- Nez Percé County
- Oneida County
- Owyhee County
- Shoshone County
- Washington Counties
- Idaho Newspapers, 1889
- Idaho Legislature 1884-1888 1884-1888
- The Illustrated History of the State of Idaho
- Idaho Biographies
- History of Bannock County
- Cemeteries of Idaho
- Obituaries by County
- Bonner County, Idaho History and Genealogy