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Historical Markers in Glenwood, Idaho

 
Clickable Map of Idaho 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 Idaho County, ID (87) Adams County, ID (5) Clearwater County, ID (37) Lemhi County, ID (74) Lewis County, ID (12) Nez Perce County, ID (54) Valley County, ID (7) Missoula County, MT (134) Ravalli County, MT (35) Wallowa County, OR (20)  IdahoCounty(87) Idaho County (87)  AdamsCounty(5) Adams County (5)  ClearwaterCounty(37) Clearwater County (37)  LemhiCounty(74) Lemhi County (74)  (12) Lewis County (12)  NezPerceCounty(54) Nez Perce County (54)  ValleyCounty(7) Valley County (7)  MissoulaCountyMontana(134) Missoula County (134)  RavalliCounty(35) Ravalli County (35)  WallowaCountyOregon(20) Wallowa County (20)
Grangeville is the county seat for Idaho County
Glenwood is in Idaho County
      Idaho County (87)  
ADJACENT TO IDAHO COUNTY
      Adams County (5)  
      Clearwater County (37)  
      Lemhi County (74)  
      Lewis County (12)  
      Nez Perce County (54)  
      Valley County (7)  
      Missoula County, Montana (134)  
      Ravalli County, Montana (35)  
      Wallowa County, Oregon (20)  
 
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1Idaho (Idaho County), Glenwood — Gass CreekThe Land Lewis and Clark Traveled
The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through the valley of Hungery Creek in late September 1805, and on their return journey in late June, 1806. Five of the party's campsites are located in this valley to the south. Here you can see the extent of . . . Map (db m140826) HM
2Idaho (Idaho County), Glenwood — Pheasant Camp"Here we killed...three pheasants"
Arriving here in late September 1805, Captain Lewis and a contingent of the Corps of Discovery were cold and hungry. Wearing only worn moccasins, they had struggled over rough, hilly terrain. Climbing over fallen trees and through log strewn creek . . . Map (db m140834) HM
3Idaho (Idaho County), Glenwood — Salmon Trout Camp"... Several Salmon trout were Seem..."
On June 17, 1806, the Lewis and Clark Expedition left their camp in Hungery Creek to ascend into the mountains. The party encountered deep snow at the top of the ridge and was forced to turn back. Captain Lewis wrote, "...this is the first time . . . Map (db m140829) HM
4Idaho (Idaho County), Glenwood — Small Prairie Camp"...we found two deer..."
In June 1806, the Lewis and Clark Expedition members were in good spirits as they began their journey home over the Lolo Trail. Although the men were well fed, rested an had 66 horses to ride and carry their gear, the trails were still very slippery . . . Map (db m140832) HM
5Idaho (Idaho County), Glenwood — The Land Lewis and Clark WalkedChanging Face of the American Forest — History of the Clearwater —
"The country is thickly covered with a very heavy growth of pine of which I have ennumerated 8 distinct species." Capt. Meriwether Lewis, September 19, 1805 The landscape today may look very similar to the one Lewis and Clark described, . . . Map (db m140828) HM
 
 
 
 
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Oct. 5, 2022