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Long Valley Ambush Marker in Cascade image, Touch for more information
By Rebecca Maxwell, October 11, 2009
Long Valley Ambush Marker in Cascade
Idaho (Valley County), Cascade — 155 — Long Valley Ambush
While hunting stolen horses on Aug. 20, 1878, WM. Monday, Jake Groseclose, Tom Healy, & "Three Finger" Smith were ambushed in a rocky basin 9/10 mile by road from here. Monday and Groseclose were killed immediately, and Healy wounded; Smith, . . . — Map (db m23231) HM
Idaho (Valley County), Cascade — Payette River Scenic Byway
Historic Meadows Valley The town of New Meadows is located in a small valley that is filled with memories when logging and ranching was a way of life in the mountains of Central Idaho. Payette Lake This glacial lake was . . . — Map (db m109707) HM
Idaho (Valley County), McCall — McCall City Jail1930
The McCall City Jail was built for $650 in June, 1930, directly behind the City Hall located on the corner of Lenora and Third Streets. The City Hall building was later moved 12 miles to Roseberry, ID, leaving the jail as a sole reminder of earlier . . . — Map (db m109934) HM
Idaho (Valley County), McCall — Sloan's Point Lookout
Sloan's Point Lookout was a prefabricated lookout tower built by the Aeromotor (sic) Company. One of 200 such structures in the Northwest, the Aeromotor Map (db m119491) HM
Idaho (Valley County), McCall — The CCC Worker
Dedicated to the young men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933 – 1942. Their work in the forests and parks in Idaho remain for all to enjoy Dedicated August 5, 2006 NACCCA Chapter 28 city of McCall . . . — Map (db m110416) HM
Idaho (Valley County), McCall — The Idaho ForestA Miracle at Work — Idahoans at Work
A Rich Tradition Of Land Use Gathering, Hunting, Trapping, Mining, Logging, Ranching, Farming, Recreation Around 15 thousand years ago, groups of Native Americans started the long history of land use in this area. Today, the Nez . . . — Map (db m119494) HM
Idaho (Valley County), Smiths Ferry — 496 — Splash Dams
Prior to the arrival of the railroad in 1912, the North Fork of the Payette River provided an avenue for logs destined to downstream mills in Horseshoe Bend and Emmett. In 1903, $100,000 was spent to dynamite open a clear channel in the river. . . . — Map (db m23233) HM

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