The Fordson could pull discs and plows that would require at least four mules to pull, and it could work all day. Provided the radiator was continually filled, the fuel replenished, and the water in the air filter take changed. On dry days, mud . . . — — Map (db m108454) HM
Who accompanied Lewis & Clark through the Northwest in 1803-6, was the first white man to enter Teton Valley (Pierre’s Hole) in 1807 and discovered Teton Pass, Jackson Hole and the wonders of Yellowstone Park. Later called “Colter’s . . . — — Map (db m84353) HM
Teton Valley was known originally as Pierre's Hole. Rich in beaver, it was a favorite stamping ground for British and American fur traders and trappers between 1819-1840.
"Old Pierre" Tevanitagon, an Iroquois Indian fur trapper of the Hudson . . . — — Map (db m108457) HM
Over 325 non-natives were in attendance. American Fur Company with 90 trappers; Rocky Mountain Fur Company with 100 men; several smaller fur companies and numerous free trappers joined 120 lodges of Nez Perce and 80 lodges of Flatheads. Trappers Jim . . . — — Map (db m108456) HM
Dedicated to all veterans who have served from
All gave some- Some gave all
WWI: 183 Served, 4 Killed
Guy S. Butler, Lindsay Edward Murdock, Moses A. Hulet, George Anthony Smith
WWII: 436 . . . — — Map (db m84354) WM
This Bell was used at Tetonia School in the North End of Teton Valley.
In the valley there were 19 communities with schools before they consolidated to the three towns; Tetonia, Driggs, and Victor.
Tetonia town site was laid out and officially . . . — — Map (db m108453) HM