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Bannock-Shoshone Indian Riders in parade on East Center Street, 1904

Pocatello, Idaho land rush, 1903: mule-drawn covered wagons on move

Pocatello, Idaho land rush, 1903: mule-drawn covered wagons on move

Bannock indians with two white women. The Bannock are prominent in American history due to the Bannock War of 1878. After the war, the Bannock moved onto the Fort Hall Indian Reservation with the Northern Shoshone & gradually their tribes merged. Today they are called the Shoshone-Bannock.

Bannock indians with two white women. The Bannock are prominent in American history due to the Bannock War of 1878. After the war, the Bannock moved onto the Fort Hall Indian Reservation with the Northern Shoshone & gradually their tribes merged. Today they are called the Shoshone-Bannock.

Blackfoot Idaho Fair (1960) --- putting under photography because i don't have another board for this.

Blackfoot Idaho Fair (1960) --- putting under photography because i don't have another board for this.

Pocatello House -Southeast corner of 2nd Ave and Center

Pocatello House -Southeast corner of 2nd Ave and Center

This image provided by the University of Idaho shows the Kooskia Internment Camp during World War II. This little-known internment camp where more than 250 people of Japanese ancestry were held during World War II is being explored for the first time by archaeologists. The Kooskia Internment Camp was located in the Rocky Mountains of north central Idaho, far from population centers. Between 1943 and 1945, some 265 male internees lived at the camp, and helped build scenic U.S. Highway 12…

Researchers uncover little-known internment camp

This image provided by the University of Idaho shows the Kooskia Internment Camp during World War II. This little-known internment camp where more than 250 people of Japanese ancestry were held during World War II is being explored for the first time by archaeologists. The Kooskia Internment Camp was located in the Rocky Mountains of north central Idaho, far from population centers. Between 1943 and 1945, some 265 male internees lived at the camp, and helped build scenic U.S. Highway 12…

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