8 entries match your criteria.
Historical Markers and War Memorials in Jefferson County, Idaho
Adjacent to Jefferson County, Idaho
► Bingham County (21) ► Bonneville County (17) ► Butte County (30) ► Clark County (3) ► Fremont County (20) ► Madison County (22)
Touch name on list to highlight map location.
Touch blue arrow, or on map, to go there.
|In 1882, Richard F. Jardine, Edmund, Brigham, and John Ellsworth with their families founded Lewisville. It was named in honor of Lewis and Clark Expedition and was one of the first settlements in the Snake River Valley. They cleared sagebrush, dug . . . — — Map (db m124483) HM|
|Pooles Island, first settled 1879 by members of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, John R. Poole, presiding elder. Cedar Butte Ward organized 1884, Robert L. Bybee, Bishop. Long Island Canal water right decreed 1880; school began 1881; . . . — — Map (db m108994) HM|
|March, 1879, the first of many hardy, courageous pioneers to settle here were Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Fisher and son Will, Mr. and Mrs Albert Richardson and Joseph Fisher and family. First white child born, H.J. Fisher 16 December 1879. First public . . . — — Map (db m140581) HM|
|Bybee-Centerville, also known as Sayer, was located between Lewisville and Rigby, the Drybed Channel of the Snake River (Great Feeder Canal) and the Burgess Canal. It was settled 1883-84 by John A. Cuthbert, Alexander Kinghorn, Dan Adams, William . . . — — Map (db m140582) HM|
|In 1884 a group of Utah Mormons settled and pioneered this locality. The cleared sagebrush land, dug canals and erected humble log homes. The built a log room which was used for church, school and recreation. Daniel S. Robbins, a veteran, was made . . . — — Map (db m124386) HM|
|Prior to the Holt Ferry, mail and supplies could be sent across the South Fork of the Snake River in a heavy wire basket on a cable. In 1894, Richard C. Heise, who had read of the healing properties of the mineral springs, came from Pocatello and . . . — — Map (db m140543) HM|
The Snake River shifted to the north bypassing the South Channel or Dry Bed and left canals along this route without water during most of the summer of 1894. The Great Feeder Headgate and Canal were built in the years 1894 and 1895 to supply . . . — — Map (db m140541) HM|
In historic time Market Lake was formed during the great Snake River Flood of 1853.
When a new railroad grade blocked the overflow channel leading from the river, the lake disappeared for a time after 1887.
Later irrigation seepage restored . . . — — Map (db m109685) HM|