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Erle and Lula Embley's Cabin and Marker image, Touch for more information
By Barry Swackhamer, May 12, 2018
Erle and Lula Embley's Cabin and Marker
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — Erle and Lula Embley's Cabin
This cabin was built by Erle Embley. Erle was born in 1885 and raised in Michigan. He came to the Tower Creek (originally "Boyle Creek") in 1906 and worked as a ranch hand. Erle met and married his wife Lula Thornburg and eventually purchased a . . . — Map (db m123686) HM
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — 241 — Fort Bonneville
In a grove of cottonwoods across the river, Capt. B.L.E. Bonneville established a winter fur trade post. Sept. 26, 1832. His fort, described by a rival trapper as "a miserable establishment" - - -"consisted of several log cabins, low, badly . . . — Map (db m59848) HM
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — 125 — Historic Lemhi Co.
1866 - Gold discovered at Leesburg by Elijah Mulkey, Wm. Smith, F.B. Sharkey, Jos. Rapp, & Ward Girton. Mining has continued in Lemhi Co. with production of $30 Mil. in gold & nearly $35 Mil. in copper, lead, tungsten, silver, etc. 63 . . . — Map (db m109670) HM
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — Lewis and Clark: Departure Camp
Leading packhorses, the Lewis and Clark Expedition followed their Shoshone guide Toby up Tower Creek on August 31, 1805. The Indian road went northwest from here across the foothills to the North Fork of the Salmon. Behind the Corps of Discovery . . . — Map (db m123682) HM
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — The BluffLewis and Clark Trail
"On August 21, 1805, Captain Clark and party camped near this spot. Clark wrote "crossed the river and went over a point of high land and struck it again near a bluff on the right side...those two men joined me at my camp on the right side below the . . . — Map (db m123673) HM
Idaho (Lemhi County), Carmen — William Clark's "Pirimids"
Clark's "Pirimids" are lessons in erosion and deposition. Looks closely at the columns to see layers of sediment: sandstone, gravel, and larger rocks that were eroded from ancient hills and deposited in valleys millions of years ago. Time and . . . — Map (db m123683) HM

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