“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Grace, Idaho

Clickable Map of Caribou County, Idaho and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Caribou County, ID (60) Bannock County, ID (25) Bear Lake County, ID (48) Bingham County, ID (21) Bonneville County, ID (18) Franklin County, ID (34) Lincoln County, WY (30)  CaribouCounty(60) Caribou County (60)  BannockCounty(25) Bannock County (25)  BearLakeCounty(48) Bear Lake County (48)  BinghamCounty(21) Bingham County (21)  BonnevilleCounty(18) Bonneville County (18)  FranklinCounty(34) Franklin County (34)  LincolnCountyWyoming(30) Lincoln County (30)
Soda Springs is the county seat for Caribou County
Grace is in Caribou County
      Caribou County (60)  
      Bannock County (25)  
      Bear Lake County (48)  
      Bingham County (21)  
      Bonneville County (18)  
      Franklin County (34)  
      Lincoln County, Wyoming (30)  
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1Idaho, Caribou County, Grace — Black Canyon Gorge
On Turner Road at River Road, on the left when traveling west on Turner Road.
Bear River has its source in lakes on the north slope of Hayden Peak, 12,485 feet in elevation, near the western limit of Utah's high Uintas. The horseshoe shaped river follows a course 500 miles long, but its mouth is only 90 miles from its source. . . . Map (db m140343) HM
2Idaho, Caribou County, Grace — California dreaming in 1841
On State Highway 34 near U.S. 30, on the right when traveling south.
The Bidwell-Bartleson Party In 1841, John Bidwell and John Bartleson became the first Americans emigrants to undertake a wagon crossing from Missouri to California. Although Oregon was the primary destination of early westward-bound . . . Map (db m140278) HM
3Idaho, Caribou County, Grace — Last Chance Canal
On Last Chance Lane, 1.3 miles west of State Highway 34, on the right when traveling west.
Blocked by lava eruptions at least 140,000 years ago, the Bear River was diverted from draining into the Snake River system. It was forced to drain southward into what were then lakes Thatcher and Bonneville and is now the Great Salt Lake. . . . Map (db m109914) HM
4Idaho, Caribou County, Grace — 219 — Last Chance Canal Co. Ltd.
On Main Street (State Highway 34) near 2nd Street North, on the left when traveling south.
Two miles east is located the dam and headworks of the canal system. Incorporation was effected Feb. 4, 1899 for the purpose of irrigating this valley. First filing on Bear River to supply the canal was Mar. 4, 1897. To perfect the right it was . . . Map (db m140280) HM
5Idaho, Caribou County, Grace — Lava Flows and Wagon Trains
On State Highway 34 near U.S. 30, on the right when traveling south.
Geological processes created the complex landscape of southeastern Idaho and eventually determined the routes covered wagons would take along the Oregon Trail. In their journals, trail emigrants often wrote something about the two volcanic cinder . . . Map (db m140253) HM
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Mar. 24, 2023