An important pioneer federal reclamation dam and power plant provides water and electricity for farms and cities nearby.
Constructed 5 miles east of here between 1904 and 1906 at a cost of $675,000, Minidoka Dam diverts water into . . . — — Map (db m124027) HM
Camp Rupert was the largest prisoner of war camp in Idaho. Housing some 4000 POWs most were German and Italian.
The Camp was built at an initial cost of $500,000 and maintained by nearly 1000 army personnel and civilians. Over 170 buildings . . . — — Map (db m138488) HM
Near this spot, a ferry was established in 1886 by George Montgomery and Andrew Smith. Charges were fifty cents for man and horse; seventy five cents for team and wagon. Only means of crossing Snake River between Starrh's Ferry and American Falls, a . . . — — Map (db m138487) HM