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Historical Markers in Burley, Idaho

 
Clickable Map of Cassia 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 Cassia County, ID (37) Blaine County, ID (19) Jerome County, ID (14) Minidoka County, ID (3) Oneida County, ID (5) Power County, ID (14) Twin Falls County, ID (41) Elko County, NV (60) Box Elder County, UT (66)  CassiaCounty(37) Cassia County (37)  BlaineCounty(19) Blaine County (19)  JeromeCounty(14) Jerome County (14)  MinidokaCounty(3) Minidoka County (3)  OneidaCounty(5) Oneida County (5)  PowerCounty(14) Power County (14)  TwinFallsCounty(41) Twin Falls County (41)  ElkoCountyNevada(60) Elko County (60)  BoxElderCountyUtah(66) Box Elder County (66)
Burley is the county seat for Cassia County
Burley is in Cassia County
      Cassia County (37)  
ADJACENT TO CASSIA COUNTY
      Blaine County (19)  
      Jerome County (14)  
      Minidoka County (3)  
      Oneida County (5)  
      Power County (14)  
      Twin Falls County (41)  
      Elko County, Nevada (60)  
      Box Elder County, Utah (66)  
 
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1Idaho (Cassia County), Burley — 208 — Milner Dam
When completed in 1904, Milner Dam raised Snake River 38 feet to divert water into major north and south side canals. A gravity system unmatched in size in national reclamation development, this project irrigates 360,000 acres of land. Twin . . . Map (db m31636) HM
2Idaho (Cassia County), Burley — 28 — Starrh's Ferry
In 1880, George Starrh, a Snake River placer miner, started a ferry across Snake River one mile north of here. From 1880-2, freighters hauling supplies for a mining rush to Wood River used Starrh's ferry (powered by river current when stiff winds . . . Map (db m31635) HM
3Idaho (Cassia County), Burley — 75 — Starrh's Ferry
In the summer of 1880 George Starrh, a placer miner, established a ferry 4 miles west of the present city of Burley. Rich mineral mines had been discovered in the Wood River country and freight was hauled between the mines and Kelton, Utah, (the . . . Map (db m125404) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022