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Historical Markers in Ahsahka, Idaho

 
Clickable Map of Clearwater County, Idaho and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Clearwater County, ID (37) Idaho County, ID (87) Latah County, ID (6) Lewis County, ID (12) Nez Perce County, ID (54) Shoshone County, ID (60) Mineral County, MT (23) Missoula County, MT (134)  ClearwaterCounty(37) Clearwater County (37)  IdahoCounty(87) Idaho County (87)  LatahCounty(6) Latah County (6)  LewisCounty(12) Lewis County (12)  NezPerceCounty(54) Nez Perce County (54)  ShoshoneCounty(60) Shoshone County (60)  MineralCountyMontana(23) Mineral County (23)  MissoulaCounty(134) Missoula County (134)
Orofino is the county seat for Clearwater County
Ahsahka is in Clearwater County
      Clearwater County (37)  
ADJACENT TO CLEARWATER COUNTY
      Idaho County (87)  
      Latah County (6)  
      Lewis County (12)  
      Nez Perce County (54)  
      Shoshone County (60)  
      Mineral County, Montana (23)  
      Missoula County, Montana (134)  
 
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1Idaho (Clearwater County), Ahsahka — Dworshak DamDedicated June, 1973
This 717 foot high concrete structure is the highest straight axis gravity dam in North America. The dam backs up water from the North Fork of the Clearwater River forming a 54-mile lake at full pool. Flood control, power production, and recreation . . . Map (db m159495) HM
2Idaho (Clearwater County), Ahsahka — Indian Fishing Rock
This rock, moved here from the river's edge, was used long ago by Indian fishermen as a water flow gauge. When the water level reached the upper mark carved on the side of the rock, they began building small dams of sticks and stones, called "fish . . . Map (db m159496) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022